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It can be tough for Maryland and D.C. consumers – faced with a dizzying array of choices, ads and deals -- to pick the best providers for their Internet and other communications services.

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Maryland’s consumers, businesses and government agencies continued to benefit from Verizon’s 2014 investment of more than $382 million in its industry-leading fiber-optic and wireline networks.

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Verizon will host its 6th annual Black History Month open house for guests of all ages at the Reginald F. Lewis Museum in downtown Baltimore on Saturday (Feb. 28). The event is free and open to the public.

Maryland Senate President Thomas V. “Mike” Miller (L) and WOLB Radio talk show host Larry Young (R)

Verizon released its “Community Support Report” at a holiday gathering with community partners, nonprofits and state and local government officials on Dec. 18 to highlight the company’s impact in Maryland this year.


The Southern Maryland Black Chamber of Commerce just marked two years as a proponent for business growth, economic development and empowerment for Afr

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For Verizon customers in Maryland, Virginia and Washington, D.C., pay TV changed for the better when Verizon launched FiOS TV in the area in late 2005

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Maryland consumers, businesses and government agencies continued to benefit from Verizon’s 2013 investment of more than $446 million in its industry-l

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Verizon employees across Maryland will join the global Earth Hour movement on Saturday (March 29) and turn off lights at 11 buildings in the state for


In the spirit of the holidays, Verizon donated about 50 winter coats and gloves to needy boys and girls in Prince George’s County, Md.


Through a combined outreach initiative, Verizon and Montgomery County Executive Isiah “Ike” Leggett encouraged employees and area residents to partici