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Two Maryland lawmakers to work for Baltimore County executive
Posted by: Associated Press on 2019-08-19
 ANNAPOLIS — Two Maryland lawmakers are leaving the House of Delegates to join the staff of Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski. The county executive announced Monday that Del. Steve Lafferty and Del. Eric Bromwell are taking posts in his administration. Lafferty, a Democrat, will serve as chief sustainability officer. He has served in the House…
Baltimore Mayor Young: ‘I live and breathe regionalism’
Posted by: Bryan P. Sears on 2019-08-15
OCEAN CITY — Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young said he plans to ask Gov. Larry Hogan about ways to free up city police to focus on violent crime and to use nonviolent offenders to clean up neighborhoods. The ideas are part of a number of priorities Young said he plans to discuss with the…
Category(s): Eye on Annapolis,Featured
Devereaux touts Goucher’s potential as a national brand
Posted by: Tim Curtis on 2019-08-14
During his first six weeks on the job as Goucher College’s new president, Kent Devereaux has met with students, faculty, and staff to introduce himself and learn more about the college community. (Goucher College Photo) With its focus on study abroad and social justice along with a reputation as an innovative school, Goucher College…
Category(s): Featured,Education,Business
MVLS names 2019 Celebrate Pro Bono Awards winners
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2019-08-14
Maryland Volunteer Lawyers Service (MVLS), the largest provider of pro bono civil legal services to low-income Marylanders, announced Wednesday the recipients of its 2019 Celebrate Pro Bono Awards. The awards recognize Maryland-based attorneys who donate their time and resources to help low-income residents navigate civil legal challenges that involve family, housing and workforce re-entry situations, among…
Category(s): More News,Law
Md. county officials ponder cybersecurity, opioids, budget issues
Posted by: Bryan P. Sears on 2019-08-13
Michael Sanderson Leaders of Maryland’s counties and officials from state government will descend on Ocean City this week to talk public policy, politics and cybersecurity. The event theme, “Winds of Change,” is focused less on renewable energy and more on social, economic and demographic shifts affecting the state’s 24 major subdivisions. Top of mind…
Former site of Baltimore County treatment center sold
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2019-08-13
The former site of Good Shepherd Services Campus in Baltimore County was sold to H & H Rock Companies for an undisclosed amount, officials said Tuesday. The nearly 72-acre property at 4100 Maple Ave. in Halethorpe was sold through Newmark Knight Frank, operated by Newmark Group Inc., a commercial real estate advisory firm. Executive Managing…
UMB, UMBC team up to improve medical cybersecurity and data learning
Posted by: Tim Curtis on 2019-08-12
Stephen Davis Two University of Maryland campuses signed an agreement Monday that will allow them to collaborate on using data in medical research by improving both cybersecurity and methods to get the most out of medical data. Through the agreement, the University of Maryland, Baltimore County joined the University of Maryland, Baltimore in its…
Category(s): Featured,Health Care
Crowd enjoys Path to Excellence event at Downtown Partnership of Baltimore
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2019-08-07
From left, UHY LLP’s Neda Tafreshi, Shelly Romano and Maggie Blaine visit with Christina Snyder, a financial planner with AspireWealth Planners. (Photo by Patrick Brannan) From left, Rebecca Teaff, founder and chief creative officer of Redstart Creative, Elizabeth Weglein, of Elizabeth Cooney Home Care Inc., and Lindsay Monti, counsel with Venable LLP, enjoy the…
Development cap may take a big bite out of Howard County’s revenues
Posted by: Adam Bednar on 2019-08-06
Howard County Executive Calvin Ball had backed a measure enacted last year that could sharply curtail residential development in several school districts in the county. (File Photo) Howard County Executive Calvin Ball’s administration is warning that a measure he backed as a councilman to lower the threshold for halting real estate development due to…
Category(s): Featured,Real Estate
Ocean City hotels battle short-term rentals over room tax
Posted by: Samantha J. Subin on 2019-08-01
Beachgoers wheel their way down Ocean City’s boardwalk with some of the city’s hotels in the background. (File Photo) Some hotels and motels in Ocean City and Worcester County are pushing back against short-term rental services — platforms they argue are cutting into their sales and operating at an unfair advantage because they fail…
Category(s): Business,Featured

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