October 25, 2017

An economic impact study conducted by the Bureau of Revenue Estimates found that Maryland brewers generated more than $637 million and supported 6,541 jobs in 2016.

When the sale and distribution activity of non-Maryland craft beer was included in the projection, the es...

October 20, 2017

Flying Dog Brewery, Maryland’s largest producer of craft beer, has placed its major expansion plans “on permanent hold” because of recent and much-debated legislation regarding state brewery regulations, chief executive Jim Caruso said in a statement on Friday.

Late las...

October 18, 2017

Four Lansdowne High School community members gave emotional testimony at a state hearing today, urging top Maryland officials, including Gov. Larry Hogan, to reject a Baltimore County plan to renovate the aging school instead of replacing it.

“I shouldn’t have to feel l...

October 11, 2017

Primarily Maryland's chief tax collector and accountant, Comptroller Peter Franchot has in recent months become a leading advocate for the state's breweries—so much so that three have named beers in his honor.

"Most politicians collect honorary degrees at commencements,...

October 10, 2017

NAS Patuxent River, MD- There are four renewable energy sources used around the world; solar, wind, hydropower and geothermal—but many believed sound energy couldn’t be achieved. A young woman from right here in Southern Maryland has found the way. After years of peopl...

October 5, 2017

Video available at http://www.mymcmedia.org/reform-on-tap-task-force-comes-to-silver-spring/

The beer was brewed in house. The conversation on Wednesday, however, was focused, in part, on Annapolis and what lawmakers would do for the state’s growing craft beer industry.


October 4, 2017

STEVENSVILLE — Maryland Comptroller Peter Franchot stopped by the Kent Island Elks, Lodge 2576, in Stevensville, on Tuesday, Sept. 26, to honor Senior Olympian Wally Dashiell, who will celebrate her 94th birthday later this month — on Oct. 31, Halloween! The honor came...

October 3, 2017

When Maryland’s Board of Public Works meets on Oct. 18 to review school construction projects, Comptroller Peter Franchot plans to grill Baltimore County officials on the state of the aging Lansdowne and Dulaney high school buildings, he said Thursday.

“Lansdowne and Du...

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