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Frederick gives $100K to help Wells Fargo expand

FREDERICK — Frederick County is giving $100,000 to help Wells Fargo expand in the area, saying the company has many jobs. The Frederick News-Post reports the county is giving a 10 percent match to a $1 million fund for the ...

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Senate fails to approve cybersecurity legislation

WASHINGTON — The Senate failed Thursday to pass legislation to protect the U.S. electrical grid, water supplies and other critical industries from cyberattack and electronic espionage despite dire warnings from top national security officials about the potential for devastating assaults ...

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Ellis, Guttman named vice presidents at Gannett Fleming

Rachel A. Ellis and Kenneth T. Guttman, P.E., have been named vice presidents of Gannett Fleming, a global infrastructure firm focused on planning, design, technology and construction management services for the transportation, environmental, water, power and facilities industries. Both Ellis ...

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General Assembly faces a busy final day

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland lawmakers will enter the final day of the 2012 session faced with a long list of unresolved important issues. Faced with mandatory adjournment at midnight, the long-time presiding officers of both chambers warned their members to be ready ...

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House passes $1.1B capital budget

ANNAPOLIS — With tempers flaring, the Maryland House of Delegates on Wednesday approved authorizing $1.1 billion in borrowing for the state’s capital budget. The House passed the bill on a 97-41 vote, mostly along party lines. The capital budget, which ...

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Maryland top earners would pay more under O’Malley budget

ANNAPOLIS — Gov. Martin O’Malley called for higher taxes Wednesday on Maryland’s top earners, new Internet-based revenues, and for counties to shoulder a share of teacher pension costs to support a “difficult” $35.9 billion budget. The fiscal 2013 proposal is ...

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