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The Fillmore is official in Silver Spring. The highly debated music hall which was funded by $8 million from Montgomery County and the State of Maryland Governments is almost complete with workers putting on the finishing touches.

The exclusive Fillmore Music Hall is the only one in the D.C. area and one of the few intimate indoor venues that is specifically designed to host national and local performances. The historic J.C. Penny property at 8656 Colesville Road was donated by Lee Development group and will be operated by Live Nation.

No one knows more about wasteful spending than the government, and healthcare is on top of most people’s list when it comes to wasteful spending. Since 2009 the focus has shifted towards bringing down the cost of healthcare spending.

After huge swings in the stock market over the last several days, management at companies in the area find it a good time to stock up

Stella went into the hospital with a pain so great it cripples her entire being.  “It feels like a stabbing needle pain that shoots through my joints” she said.  No longer able to carry on her day to day routine she finally gives in after a few pills of over-the-counter pain medication did not work, and heads to the emergency room.  Her body is used to taking high doses of pain medication to alleviate the pain, so no regular pill will work.  The doctors and nurses in the hospital are too familiar with the patient; the only

Human Genome Sciences  wants to make sure it's ready for a multi-billion dollar global market

The agreement could mean another merger and acquisition for the region

Choice Hotels International, Inc (NYSE:CHH)  has completed a lease agreement to move its global corporate headquarters to Rockville.

The popular hotel management company will take up an entire building to be constructed at 121 Rockville Pike. The 130,000 square foot Class A office building is expected to break ground shortly, for a projected spring 2013 move in.

At the 2011 BIO International Convention being held throughout this week in Washington, D.C., Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett made a special announcement for the funding of a tax credit exclusively for biotechs.  

"...Montgomery County will provide a local fund of one million dollars in biotech credit for those businesses in Montgomery County" declared Leggett in front of an audience at the Bio Maryland exhibit.

The Chinese Biopharmaceutical Association held its annual event Sunday at the University System of Maryland, Shady Grove Campus in Rockville.

The 16th annual event for the association was represented by a large number of executives from China as well as the United States. The organization's members include scientists, attorneys, entrepreneurs and other professionals. More than four delegations in groups of ten or more attended the event, flying all the way from China.