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The mayor of New York declares war on sugary soft drinks.
BGE offers a demonstration on just how difficult it is for utility workers to repair downed lines and get power restored following a major storm.
AT&T has 25 open jobs in Columbia.
The Ripken Gourmet Burger will be available this summer.
The six-panel solar car charger is said to be capable of charging a Chevy Volt in four hours.
A County Council bill would establish the Downtown Columbia Partnership to oversee details of downtown development.
Business, Graduation, Local Connections
High school seniors are graduating, athletes are prepping for championships and Patch was there.
Business, The Neighborhood Files
The music education center will open on Oakland Mills Road on July 14.
Baltimore Gas and Electric Company to host event focused on hiring veterans.
Developers of the first proposed building for the development of Town Center described plans for the building at a meeting at Howard Community College.
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