Hagerstown, MD (January 6, 2012) – The Hagerstown-Washington County Industrial Foundation, Inc. (CHIEF) is seeking proposals from qualified firms with relevant and demonstrable experience for the development of a Strategic Economic Development Plan for Washington County and the City of Hagerstown in Maryland (the Plan).
Firms interested in responding to this RFP should submit a “Letter of Interest” to the project’s CONTACT OFFICER by February 1, 2012 to ensure they are a registered bidder.
Lehigh Phoenix, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Visant Corporation, has recently announced the expansion of its state of the art complex in Hagerstown, Washington County, Maryland. The company, which originally relocated to Washington County in 1992, is a leading provider of book components and short run books for the trade and educational publishing segments.
The business incubator at Hagerstown Community College (HCC) has adopted a new name to better reflect its evolving purpose and mission. Since opening in 1994, the incubator has operated under the name Technical Innovation Center (TIC). Starting in Jan. 2012, the incubator will now be named "The Center for Entrepreneurial and Business Development."
The new name reflects the broad spectrum of services and programs to the entrepreneurs and the small businesses of the County.
HAGERSTOWN, Md., Dec. 5, 2011 -- /PRNewswire/ -- DocuTrac, Inc., a leading developer of software for the behavioral health industry, announced today the launch of a new Implementation Portal for their growing base of QuicDoc Enterprise clients. Jim Miller, Director of Quality Control and Compliance, describes this new Portal as "the most efficient way to collect workflow data from the client and to train the client's Implementation Team on how to setup QuicDoc Enterprise v6.2 to enhance the facility's workflow."
(Clear Spring, MD) -- Knob Hall Winery, located near Clear Spring, Maryland, which recently won several awards at the Maryland Wine Festival, just received a "Best of Show" award. The winery’s Chambourcin was selected as the best wine, by 42 certified wine judges. The competition was at the annual American Wine Society National Conference in Rochester, New York.