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Daily Archives: April 16, 2012

New life at the old Hampden mill

The 139-year-old former cotton mill along the Jones Falls and two other buildings will soon morph into a complex of 92 apartments, office space and restaurants. Mill No. 1 will be ready for office tenants early next year. (The Daily Record/Maximilian Franz)

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New life for old Hampden mill

As the lazy waters of the Jones Falls drift nearby, the hum of activity at Chestnut Avenue and Falls Road has created a clash of cultures as part of the ongoing $43 million, mixed-use redevelopment of a historic former mill ...

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First Mariner files false-advertising suit

First Mariner Bank is crying foul in a federal lawsuit over letters sent to its customers by a Connecticut-based law firm that claims the bank is facing litigation for fraudulent lending practices. Baltimore-based First Mariner denies the allegations of improper ...

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Justices weigh overtime pay for drug sales reps

WASHINGTON — A seemingly divided Supreme Court on Monday weighed a potentially costly challenge to the pharmaceutical industry’s practice of not paying overtime to its sales representatives. The justices questioned whether the federal law governing overtime pay should apply to ...

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Judges named in Baltimore, Prince George’s

Gov. Martin O’Malley has appointed attorney Jeffrey M. Geller to the Baltimore City Circuit Court. Geller, a partner at Miles & Stockbridge PC in Towson, will succeed Judge Stuart R. Berger, whom O’Malley elevated to the intermediate Court of Special ...

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Grasmick named to SEED Foundation board

Nancy S. Grasmick has been elected to the board of directors for the Washington, D.C.-based SEED Foundation, which partners with urban communities to prepare underserved students for college and beyond. Grasmick was Maryland’s first female state superintendent of schools and ...

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