The Frederick County Office of Economic Development (OED) announces that Director Helen Propheter is celebrating 25 years with Frederick County Government.
A new name for the building, executed leases and a new face to greet you when you come see us, all of this is currently in the works at 118 N. Market Street.
Taking advantage of Frederick County's Vacant Commercial Structures Tax Credit inventive allowed Miscellaneous Metals to increase their bottom line.
The Frederick County Future Minority Business Leaders Program recently welcomed the inaugural class in March 2017.
John & Amie St’Angelo are not your average farmers. The couple purchased their first farm in 2004 with no plans of actually owning an agri-business. Thirteen years later they own two very successful country inns and event venues, a winery, a distillery, a lavender market, and an operating farm with big plans for the future.
Nominations are now open to all Frederick County businesses to enter for the Frederick County Best Places to Work Awards. Companies can be considered by completing an online nomination form: http://bit.ly/bestplaces2017.
Frederick County’s commercial real estate industry was honored at the inaugural Frederick Real Estate Dealmakers (FRED) Awards.
According to the latest County Profile, Frederick County’s unemployment has dropped and jobs have grown by 1.9% over last year.