Monthly Archives: December 2008

News Briefs – 12/31

Northrop’s $468M contract Northrop Grumman Corp. won a $468 million Air Force contract to modify radar used on B-2 stealth bombers. The modifications will improve communications with ground commanders and minimize potential interference with civilian radio frequencies. Raytheon Co.’s Space ...

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RESI: Finance and insurance sub-sector activity

Finance and insurance sub-sector activity:  Industry activity was depressed between the first quarters of 2007 and 2008.  Job contractions dominated the industry; it dropped more than 4,700 jobs from State payrolls. In particular, high absolute employment losses were recorded in ...

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Court Proceedings- Baltimore County Orphans' Court

Chief Judge: Colleen A. Cavanaugh Judges: Theresa A. Lawler, William R. Evans Grace G. Connolly, Register of Wills Baltimore County, County Courts Building, Fifth Floor, Towson, Phone: 410-887-6516 ASSIGNMENTS HEARING SCHEDULE FOR WEEK OF MONDAY, DECEMBER 29, 2008 Wednesday, December ...

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Court Proceedings- Circuit Court for Baltimore City

Frank M. Conaway, Clerk of Court Robert Ignatowski, Manager Criminal and Civil Assignments Phone: 410-333-3815 Jeri L. Waddell, Manager Civil Division Room 462, Courthouse East; Phone: 410-333-3708 Paulette Young, Manager Family Division Phone: 410-333-3709 Judge Allison — Rm 231M Tuesday, ...

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Toll express lanes ease traffic on urban highways

<p>High Occupancy Toll lanes &mdash; or HOT lanes &mdash; are praised by urban planners, environmentalists and many drivers. They've been criticized by some as &quot;Lexus Lanes&quot; because of the cost, but it's not just the drivers with fat wallets who can use them: Carpoolers, motorcyclists, buses and hybrid owners drive for free.</p>

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Do six-figure salaries skew survey?

The January issue of Baltimore Magazine includes its annual salary survey. (Quick aside: try saying “salary survey” five times fast.) The story quotes salaries for various law types: Baltimore City State’s Attorney Patricia C. Jessamy makes $230,000 per year; Scott ...

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It has ceased to be

The News Journal of Wilmington has a story today about a guy who’s suing the Delaware prison system for (indirectly) killing his pet parrot. Thomas Goodrich claims that when he was arrested on a misdemeanor warrant, he was not allowed ...

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