The Buy Local Challenge has become an annual staple in the celebration of Maryland's rich agricultural history. During the last week of July, people across the state of Maryland pledge to purchase at least one locally produced food item each day during Buy Local Week.
The inaugural 2017 Technology Showcase, held June 7th at the Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research’s (FNLCR) Advanced Technology Research Facility (ATRF) in Frederick, attracted over 200 attendees.
The first Mid-Maryland Health, Fitness and Sports Expo was held on June 3, 2017 at the Frederick Indoor Soccer Center. Over 50 exhibitors helped demonstrate the latest trends and information in the health, fitness and sports world to more than 2,000 attendees.
County Executive Jan Gardner today announced an exciting branding name and slogan for the new Business & Technology Cultivation Center at 118 N. Market St. in Frederick that will help in fulfilling her vision to create jobs and encourage new business startups in Frederick County.
A Q&A with Thurmont's Vickie Grinder
The Frederick County Office of Economic Development (OED) released their 2016 Annual Report today. Reflecting on strong economic growth for 2016, the report highlights the Top 5 Economic Development Accomplishments, Major Locations and Expansions, Economic Data Indicators and the Year in Review.
The Frederick County Office of Economic Development (OED) announces that Director Helen Propheter is celebrating 25 years with Frederick County Government.
Taking advantage of Frederick County's Vacant Commercial Structures Tax Credit inventive allows companies to increase their bottom line.
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.