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Family claims excessive force, sues Montgomery Co. for $145M
Posted by: Beth Moszkowicz on 2012-10-16
The family of a 65-year-old Montgomery County man who died after allegedly being stun-gunned, beaten and pepper-sprayed by police officers is suing the county for $145 million….
Category(s): Law
School Guide Jan2010
Posted by: Richard Simon on 2010-01-28
The schools: straw bales, green roofs, solar panels Page 3 The students: butterfly gardens and biodiesel Page 4 JANUARY 2010 A SUPPLEMENT TO schools! More than375 3I N D E P E N D E N T S C H O O L S G U I D E 2 0 1 0 BY…
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Business Calendar
Posted by: admin on 2006-10-17
Editor’s Note Send calendar items to: Calendar; The Daily Record; 11 E. Saratoga St.; Baltimore, MD 21202; or to paul.samuel@mddailyrecord.com.Friday, Oct. 27 The Maryland Technology Development Corp. is holding a free briefing about technology transfer funding programs available for development or commercialization of new products and technologies in collaboration with Maryland universities and federal laboratories,…
Category(s): Business
Business Calendar
Posted by: admin on 2006-10-10
Editor’s NoteSend calendar items to: Calendar; The Daily Record; 11 E. Saratoga St.; Baltimore, MD 21202; or to paul.samuel@mddailyrecord.com.Oct. 20-Oct. 21Walden University presents the second annual Conference on Social Change, focusing on the theme, “Uncommon Vision and the Common Good.” The conference at the Tremont Plaza Hotel, 222 St. Paul Place, in Baltimore, is open…
Category(s): Business
Business Calendar
Posted by: admin on 2006-10-03
Editor’s NoteSend calendar items to: Calendar; The Daily Record; 11 E. Saratoga St.; Baltimore, MD 21202; or to paul.samuel@mddailyrecord.com.Friday, Oct. 13 The Maryland Technology Development Corp. is holding simultaneous free briefings about technology transfer funding programs available for development or commercialization of new products and technologies in collaboration with Maryland universities and federal laboratories, from…
Category(s): Business
New Incorporations
Posted by: admin on 2003-06-12
Anne Arundel County Stn, Inc.; 2127 Esprey Court; Crofton; 21114; 3; I Street Flavor Inc.; 4121 5th St; Baltimore; 21225; 3; I Stw Properties, Llc; 4406 Claybrooke Dr; Lothian; 20711; 20; A Suburban Arundel Properties, Llc; 30 Greenway, N.W., Suite 9 Po Box 8; Glen Burnie; 21060; 20; A Sullivan, Julia E.; 219 A Gloucester…
Category(s): Business
Business in Review
Posted by: admin on 2001-12-04
Want to run a railroad?James Stafford, who has headed the agency that runs the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad in Cumberland since October on a temporary basis, is leaving, so Destination Allegany, which oversees the railroad, the county visitors’ bureau and a carriage museum, is looking for a new director. Group 1 acquisitionLanham-based Group 1 Software…
Category(s): Business
News Summary
Posted by: admin on 2001-11-30
Updated items in italics.COPT expands into Northern VirginiaCorporate Office Properties Trust, the Columbia-based suburban office real estate investment trust, said this morning its expansion into the Northern Virginia marketplace. The company has acquired, for $58.2 million, Washington Technology Park, a multi-tenanted Class A office property located in Chantilly, Va. The property is located in Fairfax…
Category(s): Business
CALENDAR – May 4, 2001
Posted by: admin on 2001-05-03
The Daily Record publishes Calendar, a daily listing of special events and ongoing programs in Baltimore and the surrounding communities. Anyone wishing to submit an item to be considered for the calendar should address it to The Daily Record Calendar, 11 E. Saratoga St., Baltimore, Md. 21202. Friday, May 4ExpoMaryland Port Administration Business Expo 2001…
Category(s): Business
CALENDAR – May 3, 2001
Posted by: admin on 2001-05-02
The Daily Record publishes Calendar, a daily listing of special events and ongoing programs in Baltimore and the surrounding communities. Anyone wishing to submit an item to be considered for the calendar should address it to The Daily Record Calendar, 11 E. Saratoga St., Baltimore, Md. 21202. Thursday, May 3Seminar“Dress Down Days Dos and Don’ts,”…
Category(s): Business

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