Garrett County Government - Department of Business Development

March 2019

BB&T to Host Lunch and Learn on April 30th
Do you want to expand your business, but don't know how to finance that growth? Could your cash flow be better? Is new equipment, additional staff, or a different location part of your future?
Eighteen-County Region Designated as National Heritage Area
Now known as the Appalachian Forest National Heritage Area, the recognition will make it easier to obtain assistance for development or preservation of historic, cultural and natural resource areas.
Small Businesses are ‘Low-Hanging Fruit’ for Hackers
One in five small businesses falls victim to cybercrime each year. This was just one of many alarming statistics presented during the Garrett County Chamber of Commerce’s Business Before Hours event.
Steyer Brothers' Maple Syrup Production Continues for More Than a Century
Maple trees were tapped last month at Steyer Brothers Maple LLC along Gorman Road, just as they have been for over a century.
GGBA Business Summit Set for March 27th
The Greater Grantsville Business Association annual Business Summit is planned for Wednesday, March 27th, with several sessions available.
GRMC Recognized as a Top-100 Rural & Community Hospital
Regarded as one of the industry’s most significant designations of performance excellence, the annual Top 100 Rural & Community Hospitals award is based upon results of the Hospital Strength Index.
2019 Garrett County Health Fair Date Announced
The 2019 event takes place at the Community Aquatic and Recreation Complex at Garrett College in McHenry from 8:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m.
Mountain Fresh Farmers' Market Recipe Booklets Available for Download
Recipes from the Mountain Fresh Farmers' Market's 2018 newsletters have been compiled into a downloadable booklet format. Previous year' recipes are also available.
Rose Gordy: Living the "Mysterious Adventure Into The Green Unknown"
Rose Gordy has played many roles in her lush “green” life: Daughter, teacher, coach, wife, mother, writer, poet, dream counselor, widow, grandmother, traveler, dancer and nun — just to name a few.
Deep Creek Lake Catering at The Jubilee Opens in Friendsville
Deep Creek Lake Catering at the Jubilee is now open for business in Friendsville. Owned by Jamie and Rayetta Riggleman, the restaurant is located at 254 Maple Street at the former Jubilee Junction.