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Giving Back In Full Bloom At Little House Of Flowers

Following a 15-year career in the human resources field, Julie Upchurch felt the tug to open a small local business that could be a community hub, decided to take a risk, and purchased a Gambrills … more

Maisel Brothers A One-Stop Shop For All Masonry Needs

Whether they want to improve the appearance and value of their home, or simply enjoy the beautiful weather, homeowners can make the most of their property with the addition of a patio, fire pit or … more

Is Your Student Too “Wealthy” For Financial Aid?

Believe it or not, some students are ineligible for financial aid or receive less financial aid because of their “wealth” – the amount of invested assets held in their name. The … more

The Stone Store Introduces New Hardscape Display

Exciting things are happening at The Stone Store in Hanover, Maryland. In preparation for the spring season, The Stone Store recently teamed with Belgard Hardscapes and Continental Landscaping to … more

Fit Like Me Divas Celebrates Grand Opening

On April 27, members of the West County Chamber of Commerce and the County Executive’s Office gathered at Fit Like Me Divas, located at 2146 Priest Bridge Court in Crofton, to celebrate the … more

Qdoba Mexican Grill Opens In Waugh Chapel Towne Center

Tim Warfield, the regional marketing specialist for Qdoba Mexican Grill, was joined by his staff and a large gathering of civic leaders as he cut the ribbon to officially open the restaurant’s … more

Hiring Trends For 2013

This Year’s Outlook For Employers And Job Seekers When asked about hiring expectations for the second quarter of 2013, 70 percent of employers said they plan to hire between April and … more

Join Our Editorial Team!

The Voice Is Currently Seeking A Full-Time Staff Writer The Voice newspaper, based in Central Anne Arundel County, is seeking a dynamic, self-motivated individual with well-rounded … more

West County Chamber Update

What a busy winter at the West County Chamber! We’re looking forward to spring not only for the warmer weather, but as a chance to catch our breath. At the top of our list has been … more

West County Chamber Maps 2013 Goals, Honors Business Awardees

Throughout their golden anniversary, the West County Chamber's (WCC) 50th year was nothing shy of monumental, but their plans for 2013 are even bigger. Both their milestones and upcoming goals were … more

Deadline Approaching For Funding Your 2012 IRA

  Here’s an important reminder: April 15 is the deadline for funding your IRA for 2012. If you have an SEP IRA, you have until October 15 if you filed an extension on your … more

Baldwin Homes Inc. Receives NAHB Project Of The Year Award

Baldwin Homes Inc. is proud to be the recipient of the National Association of Home Builders (NAHB) 2013 Project of the Year for its custom single-family home. The award was presented to Michael … more

Crofton Chamber Update

As we roll into March, the GCCC is making plans for two signature events. The Festival on the Green (formerly the Crofton Arts and Craft Fair) is scheduled for April 27 from 10:00am–4:00pm at the … more

Alpha Plumbing Recipient Of “Super Service Award” For Sixth Straight Year

Whether it’s planned or unexpected, your plumbing need does not have to be stressful. Alpha Plumbing, led by brothers Chuck and John Taylor, has maintained a reputation of excellent service to zip … more

Rutzen Eye Specialists Are Focused On Personalized Ocular Care

Imagine the privilege of restoring sight through a corneal transplant to a patient blind in both eyes, enabling them to see their young daughter for the first time. Each day, the doctors at Rutzen … more

Women, Money And The Long-Term

  Are You Too Focused On The Short-Term? How many short-term financial decisions do you make each week? You probably make more than a few, and they may feel routine. Yet in managing … more

Not Enough Hot Water? Try Tankless Water Heaters

“You used up all the hot water — again!” Is this a common conversation at your home? Or, are you afraid to run the dishwasher if you are planning on showering because you are worried … more

Harry Browne’s Restaurant Follows Governor’s Solar Footsteps

Slowly but surely the skyline on Annapolis’ State Circle is starting to change. First, the Governor’s Mansion in 2009 and just this month, the ever-popular Harry Browne’s Restaurant has joined … more

How To Avoid Computer Viruses

  If you’re the type of person who practically lives on a computer, then the notion of getting a virus is likely to throw you for a loop. After all, a virus can very easily wipe out a … more

Crofton Piano In Tune With Every Pianist’s Needs

At an age when most children start to read, Ridgely Fisher began to play and study classical piano. After nurturing his talent throughout grade school, he pursued jazz piano and computer science in … more
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