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Jim Knost | HORD COPLAN MACHT

Jim Knost | HORD COPLAN MACHT

Jim Knost has been named a project manager with Hord Coplan Macht, an architecture and interior design firm in Baltimore. Prior to joining Hord Coplan Macht, Knost worked as an architect at Heath Design Group where he worked on retail and office development. Earlier ...

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Transamerica to help rebuild Baltimore

More than 500 Transamerica employees will renovate or build new homes in Baltimore and 11 other cities in May during the company’s fourth annual Habitat for Humanity blitz build, part of an expanded volunteer effort with the organization. “Transamerica is ...

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RegeneRx reports promise for drug

RegeneRx Biopharmaceuticals announced Monday that an independent team of South Korean researchers have reported that Thymosin B4 (TB4) plays an important role in accelerating the repair of second-degree dermal burn wounds, induced in an experimental mouse model, by promoting blood vessel formation and causing rapid vascular remodeling of damaged dermal tissue.

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C. Fraser Smith: When will change come?

Real change? A change in the culture of policing? Was Marilyn Mosby’s quick decision to charge six Baltimore policy officers with crimes, including “depraved heart murder,” the change Cooke promised? It never has been. But it was a major step in the right direction. The historical record would not make us confident that justice will be served. That’s why, after Mosby’s tension-easing charges, mass rallies have continued. Some thought her quick action would mean an end to the protesting and unrest. Not this time. “No Justice, No Peace.”

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State’s Attorney’s Office releases charging documents

The Baltimore State's Attorney's office has released the charging documents against the six police officers arrested in the death of Freddie Gray. All six documents give details of the alleged offenses committed during the arrest and subsequent treatment of the 25-year-old Baltimore man whose death in police custody sparked outrage and unrest.

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Scant details from Gray death as Baltimore starts another day

Scant details from Gray death as Baltimore starts another day

Authorities' refusal to provide more than a few sketchy details about the Freddie Gray investigation is fueling suspicion and mistrust as a weekend of protest rallies looms. The secrecy may be legally appropriate, but many in Baltimore were finding it hard to be patient Thursday when police revealed next to nothing about the criminal investigation they turned over to the state's attorney's office. Nearly two weeks after Gray's death, the public still doesn't know much more than it did on Day One. The central question — what caused his fatal spinal cord injury while he was in police custody earlier this month — remains a mystery.

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