Category archives for: Business

Biotech Companies to receive $500,000


Investors in 10 local biotech companies will receive $500,000 in return for investing more than $7 million in local companies that qualified for the County’s local biotech tax credit supplement program.  Read More >>

Small Business Seminars to be Held


A series of three seminars related to small business will be presented in March, April and May by SCORE DC mentors at the Germantown Library, 19840 Century Blvd. The three seminars, which will run from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m., will be held according to the following schedule: March 19 “Essentials of Starting a Business”; April [...]

Proposed Glenmont Enterprise Zone


Interested parties are invited to attend a public hearing and provide comments to County representatives on the proposed Glenmont Enterprise Zone to be held on March 27 at 6:30 p.m. at the Glenmont Local Park Activity Building, 3201 Randolph Rd., Wheaton. The comments will be used to develop a recommendation to the County Executive and the County [...]

Leggett Welcomes Project Search Montgomery Interns


Twelve young adults were welcomed into a one-year transitional program for people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.  Project Search Montgomery targets individuals whose main goal is competitive employment and who will benefit from an extensive period of training, long-term job coaching and continuous feedback from teachers, job coaches and employers. The interns will work in the [...]

Pitch Across Maryland Competition


Montgomery County entrepreneurs will have the opportunity to pitch their business plans, interact with other promising entrepreneurs and learn from business experts as Montgomery County hosts three stops of the Startup Maryland Bus. Pitch Across Maryland is a nearly three-week tour that kicks off today on the Startup Maryland bus, traveling to all corners of [...]

Rockville Chain Going Organic


My Organic Market was formed in 1987 and has opened up a 9th store inFarifax, V.A.  The company was founded by Scott Nash and was started out of his mothers garage.  A recent study conclude that organic foods might reduce exposure to pesticides and antibiotic-resistant bacteria.  Read More >>

Section of Metro to Close


Segments of the red line will be closed this weekend so that major track work can be performed. Free shuttle buses will replace Red Line trains at two locations, between Grosvenor and Medical Center and between Takoma and Forest Glen. Customers using shuttle bus service should allow for 20 extra minutes in their commute time.

Introduction To Screenprinting On Fabric

New to screen printing? This course will teach you about sourcing printing equipment and materials, preparing your personal artwork for screen-printing, coating and exposing a screen, executing a screen print, heat setting a printed image, and fabric care. No previous experience of screen-printing necessary.

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