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Some of Medicaid proposal already in place in Md.

Maryland health officials and advocates say they’re still working through 650 pages of Medicaid regulations proposed Tuesday, but the state is already meeting some of the new requirements suggested by the federal government. The proposal introduces new standards regarding managed-care ...

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Federal business assistance extends beyond riot damage

Federal business assistance extends beyond riot damage

Funds from the federal government flowing into Baltimore are aimed at helping more than  just the roughly 380 Baltimore businesses damaged in April’s riots recover. On Friday, during a news conference at City Hall, Maria Contreras-Sweet, administrator of the U.S. Small ...

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SBA announces more resources for recovering businesses

Small Business Administration Administrator Maria Contreras-Sweet joined Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Sen. Ben Cardin, Reps. Elijah Cummings, John Sarbanes and Dutch Ruppersberger as well as Baltimore Development Corporation President and CEO William H. Cole IV Friday to announce additional resources to help businesses damaged by the civil ...

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Holmes-Tucker changes name to HTii

Holmes-Tucker changes name to HTii

LEXINGTON PARK — Navy contractor Holmes-Tucker International, Inc., is now doing business as HTii, a name change that highlights an expanded suite of services the company can provide its customers. HTii business offerings now include contract administration, database application development, ...

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Piedmont Airlines names Hogg president

SALISBURY — Piedmont Airlines, a wholly owned regional carrier of American Airlines Group, announced Friday that Lyle Hogg, previously the vice president of flight operations for US Airways, will serve as president of the airline. In this position, Hogg will report to ...

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