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The nominations of 149 Opportunity Zones across Maryland were announced today by the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development and the Maryland Department of Commerce as

The 2018 National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) has been approved by both houses of Congress and was signed into law on December 12, 2017. It includes important changes to the HUBZone Program which represent the culmination of the HUBZone Council’s advocacy efforts in 2017. The NDAA makes the following changes to the HUBZone Program:

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Now that Riddle Farm has access to its long-awaited county water and sewer services along the Route 50 corridor, the area can be developed more easily and promoted to the millions of travelers and thousands of locals that pass through the area each year.

The Worcester County Commissioners agreed on a plan Tuesday to loosen restrictions on commercial business, making it easier for signature franchise restaurants like Cracker Barrel or McDonald’s to set up shop.

The Worcester Economic Summit brought news of booming business in Ocean City, and a potentially brighter future for the county as a whole.

The Worcester County Commissioners announce the appointment of Merry Mears as the new Worcester County Economic Development (WCED) director. She stepped into her new role October 21, 2015.

Jill Horner speaks with Meredith Mears, Deputy Director of the Worcester County Economic Development, about the upcoming projects such as, the Excursion Train Project, Sports Arena, the Economic Development in the Town of Snow Hill, and the Worcester County Small Business Technology Incubator.

Elena Russo speaks with Merry Mears, Deputy Director of Worcester County Economic Development, about the Worcester County Economic Development Summit being held on December 10.

Berlin, MD – The latest figures from the Coastal Association of REALTORS® (CAR) reflects great news for the local industry – sales are up in all three counties on the Lower Shore.

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