On the same day it reported a $7.9 million loss for the third quarter of 2011, troubled First Mariner Bancorp also lost its president. First Mariner, parent company of 1st Mariner Bank, said Friday that Daniel E. McKew, who joined ...Read More »
Daily Archives: October 28, 2011
COLLEGE PARK — Speakers at a public hearing on the proposed merger of two University System of Maryland institutions disagreed over the plan’s implications Friday, with some touting its advantages while others worried aloud about a larger bureaucracy. Many speakers ...Read More »
ORANJESTAD, Aruba — A U.S. businessman who has been jailed in Aruba for nearly three months as a suspect in the death of his traveling companion must remain in custody for at least 30 more days to give investigators more ...Read More »
Baltimore has begun installing charging stations for electric cars in city garages, and The Daily Record investigates two mansions in Potomac that are owned by African dictators with documented human rights violations. Those stories and more in this week’s business ...Read More »
The family of an inmate who was killed aboard a prison bus was awarded $18.5 million and a Baltimore police detective is being sued by the family of a man he shot in 2009. Those stories and more in this ...
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NEW YORK — As the run-up to holiday shopping intensifies, Target Corp. is saying its stores will open at midnight on Thanksgiving Day for the first time this year. That’s four hours earlier than last year. The stores will stay ...Read More »
Erin Carr-Jordan has gotten quite a bit of press lately. The mother of four has been banned from eight McDonald’s restaurants in Arizona for checking play areas for bacteria. It started as what sounds like an innocent request from a ...Read More »
When we go to a closing, the settlement officer often explains to the buyer the terms of their mortgage and the buyer’s responsibilities regarding their loan. In a nutshell, you usually hear those terms described with this phrase, “If you ...Read More »
Maryland State Police have charged a patient at a state mental hospital with killing another patient, the second such homicide in a week. Police say Andre Mayo killed Rogelio Mondragon on Thursday night at Clifton T. Perkins Hospital in Jessup. ...Read More »
While much of the talk about restarting the tight job market centers on small businesses, there is a crisis in the works in Federal Hill where such entrepreneurships are concerned. Many small businesses have closed shop over the past six ...
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