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The Daily Record celebrates 2019 Leading Women winners
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2019-12-06
The 2019 Leading Women winners were celebrated Dec. 2 at The Westin Annapolis. The 50 honorees are up-and-coming women leaders in Maryland who are 40 years old or younger. (Photo by Maximilian Franz) 2019 Leading Women Scholarship winner Christine Becton, center, a senior at Bowie State University, is presented a $2,000 ceremonial check from…
Md. chambers of commerce back maglev linking Baltimore and DC
Posted by: Adam Bednar on 2019-12-04
Wayne Rogers, chairman and CEO of Northeast Maglev. (The Daily Record/Adam Bednar) Potential for Northeast Maglev’s proposed high-speed train line to bolster the regional economy by reducing congestion between Washington and Baltimore has convinced a quartet of business advocacy groups to endorse the scheme. Representatives from the chambers of commerce from Baltimore, Prince George’s…
Category(s): Featured,Real Estate
Elizabeth r. Paal Goss
Posted by: Special to The Daily Record on 2019-12-03
Elizabeth r. Paal Goss Financial Planner Heritage Financial Consultants LLC In her work as a financial planner with Valley-based Heritage Financial Consultants, Elizabeth Paal Goss helps families and individuals — millennials, especially — navigate thorny financial issues. In what she calls a bonus, she does it alongside her mother, Kathy Armstrong, a premier partner with…
Category(s): people
Ashley Smith Rosenblatt
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2019-12-03
Ashley Smith Rosenblatt Adjunct professor Community College of Baltimore County Ashley Smith Rosenblatt is an adjunct professor at the Community College of Baltimore County, teaching courses in career development, technology and ethics. Previously, she served as senior marketing specialist at Gordon Feinblatt LLC, a mid-sized corporate law firm based in Baltimore, Rosenblatt handled the firm’s…
Category(s): people
Zirkin to retire from Maryland Senate
Posted by: Bryan P. Sears on 2019-12-03
More change is coming to the Maryland General Assembly with the departure of Sen. Robert A. “Bobby” Zirkin. The Baltimore County Democrat said Monday he is calling it a political career after more than 20 years in Annapolis, including the past five as chairman of the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee. Zirkin said his departure is…
Category(s): Eye on Annapolis,Featured
Law enforcement seeks to differentiate legal cannabis from contraband
Posted by: Heather Cobun on 2019-12-02
(The Daily Record file photo) Rapidly changing law on marijuana use and possession in Maryland, from the decriminalization of small amounts to the legalization of medical use, has left some law enforcement officers wondering what the presence or odor of marijuana means for them when they are conducting stops and searches. In the two…
Category(s): Law,Featured,Trial Courts
A unique business, Md. cannabis industry still trying to find its footing
Posted by: Adam Bednar on 2019-11-29
So far, the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission has licensed a combined 102 growers, processors and dispensaries in the state. (AP Photo) A man with a dark beard and wearing a winter cap, long hair extending out the bottom, and with tattoos peeking out from the sleeves of his T-shirt answered the front door of…
Category(s): Featured,Business
Howard County General Hospital hosts 2nd annual State of Health Care
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2019-11-27
From left, Steve Snelgrove, president of Howard County General Hospital; Carlessia Hussein, R.N., Dr.PH., Promise of Health in Howard County award recipient; Atul Grover, M.D., executive vice president of the Association of American Medical Colleges and keynote speaker; and Kevin W. Sowers, M.S.N., R.N., F.A.A.N., president of the Johns Hopkins Health System and executive…
Venable names Stacie Tobin partner-in-charge in Baltimore
Posted by: Louis Krauss on 2019-11-25
Stacie Tobin. (Submitted photo) Venable LLP has selected Stacie Tobin to serve as the new partner-in-charge of its Baltimore office, the firm announced Monday. Tobin, who has spent seven years at Venable as a commercial litigation attorney, has practiced locally since 1992, when she graduated from the University of Maryland Francis King Carey School…
Category(s): Law,Practice,Featured
New ‘gender diversity in the boardroom’ law places Maryland companies on notice
Posted by: Special to The Daily Record on 2019-11-22
On May 13, 2019, Governor Larry Hogan signed the “Gender Diversity on Boards” bill into law. Pictured here is the team that worked on the bill including sponsoring Legislators, Executive Alliance and their lobbyist The Bellamy Genn Group. Bottom row from left, Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller Jr., Gov. Larry Hogan and Speaker…

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