Daily Archives: April 26, 2012

Exporting isn’t just for the big boys

After exporting revenues doubled Cambridge-based J&R Seafood’s sales in 2010, the company used the money to open a second location in New Orleans. “There’s a lot of competition domestically. It just made sense to find another market,” said Lin Hwang, ...

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Top court gets tough on pit bulls

Citing reports that pit bulls are more vicious, aggressive and accounted for one-third of the human fatalities from dog bites in a 12-year period, the state’s high court on Thursday imposed strict liability on owners of the breed and landlords ...

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Report: Area needs more ‘quality jobs’

Economic development in the Baltimore metropolitan area needs to focus on creating “quality jobs” and cultivating a skilled workforce, areas that have been lacking, a report released Thursday said. The report by the Washington, D.C.-based Brookings Institution said that faster ...

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Moving day will start early at Hopkins

Morning will come very early on moving day at Johns Hopkins Hospital. “Things will start happening in the old [pediatric] emergency at 3 a.m.,” says Jane Virden, nurse manager of the Johns Hopkins Children’s Center pediatric emergency department. While the ...

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Wrongful death lawsuit filed against Huguely

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. — The mother of slain University of Virginia lacrosse player Yeardley Love has filed a $30.5 million lawsuit against the former men’s lacrosse player convicted of murdering her daughter. Sharon Love filed the lawsuit against George Huguely V ...

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Week in review: 4/27/12

Superblock firm gets extension City officials Wednesday have given developers of the $150 million Superblock project on downtown’s West Side until Dec. 31 to line up financing and retail tenants. This is the second extension for the firm, Lexington Square ...

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