ABERDEEN — A Boston-based investment firm says it has reached agreements aimed at commercializing innovations from four Defense Department laboratories. Privately held Allied Minds said Wednesday that the deals are with the Army’s Research, Development and Engineering Command at Aberdeen ...Read More »
Reporters and editors of The Daily Record sat down with Maj. Gen. Robert S. Ferrell, the new commanding officer of Aberdeen Proving Ground, for our latest "Newsmakers" interview. Ferrell talked about the Base Realignment and Closure program, new training initiatives and forming partnerships with the community.Read More »
Good things come in small packages. That’s the mantra of Major Gen. Robert S. Ferrell, the new commanding general of Aberdeen Proving Ground, whose leadership, six months into his latest assignment with the U.S. Army, comes at a time when the suburban base has just completed a historic expansion under the Base Realignment and Closure, or BRAC, process.Read More »
ABERDEEN — Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown says Maryland is spending nearly $9 million to help ease traffic congestion tied to the growth of Aberdeen Proving Ground. Brown said Monday that $7.6 million will pay for land acquisition at the intersection ...Read More »
The 416-acre private business park at Aberdeen Proving Ground is growing. A three-story, Class “A” office building has broken ground, and owner St. John Properties Inc. says it expects new tenants to move in this fall. The 75,000-square foot building ...Read More »
Yerman Witman Gaines and Conklin, a.k.a. the Strata Group, has recently downsized by shuttering several satellite offices in Bel Air, Fort Meade, Locust Point at McHenry Row and Severn Square. This week, the realty firm announced another change: a merger ...
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Ramping up at Crossroads@95 Completion of the first wave of arrivals up the road at the Aberdeen Proving Ground is getting credit for renewed construction at and near the $1 billion mixed-use Baltimore Crossroads@95 community near White Marsh in Eastern ...
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More than five years ago, Baltimore County officials held a festive celebration to mark the opening of a $75.6 million, four-mile extension of Route 43 that connected White Marsh to Middle River. But not long after a parade and the ...Read More »
Canadian firm plans hiring on Shore A Canadian natural foods company plans to hire up to 100 workers for its new manufacturing facility in Cambridge, the state Department of Business and Economic Development announced Monday. Protenergy Natural Foods Corp. bought ...Read More »
When the small diner at 838 E. Fort Ave. in Locust Point — the legendary Rallo’s — closed in September, many regulars were doubly bereft. They mourned the death of personable owner Vincent Rallo, from lung cancer on July 7, ...
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