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MidAtlantic Top Features

From an innovative energy center to a state-of-the-art ice arena, our independent jury selected 29 projects in 17 categories.

UPenn Krishna P. Singh Center for Nanotechnology team embraces openness for high-precision laboratories that are typically hidden from view.

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MidAtlantic Top News

U.S. Appeals Court Upholds EPA Plan to Clean Up Chesapeake Bay

Court approves a federal plan to limit pollution in the Chesapeake Bay despite objections from farmers, builders and others who accused the Environmental Protection Agency of a power grab.

NAVFAC Takes Step to Fill 3,000 Vacancies

Among the commands in need, NAVFAC Mid-Atlantic is recruiting for 430 positions, mostly in Norfolk, Va.

Rebirth Proceeds for Shuttered Baltimore Steelmaking Complex

Parsons Brinckerhoff will create a master plan for 2,400 developable acres to incorporate existing infrastructure such as 100 miles of short-line railroad and a 42-ft-deep port with a turning basin and a 1,150-ft pier.

Hogan Says No to Red Line, Yes to Purple

Maryland governor says current proposal makes no sense whatsoever.

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