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New state prosecutor: Role a challenge, ‘natural capstone’ for career
Posted by: Heather Cobun on 2019-11-27
New Maryland State Prosecutor Charlton Howard III. (Submitted photo) Just days into his tenure as Maryland’s newest state prosecutor, Charlton Howard III said the job could be the highlight of his career in public service. “I enjoy government service very much,” Howard said. “I truly get a satisfaction out of serving the community and have…
Category(s): Featured,Trial Courts,Law
Patricia Jablon, Monica Worrell and Marshall Klein | Upper Chesapeake Health Foundation
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2019-11-27
The Upper Chesapeake Health Foundation appointed Patricia Jablon,  Monica Worrell and Marshall Klein to its board of directors for a two-year term. Jablon is an active volunteer for Forest Hill Elementary School and serves as a classroom coordinator. She also assists with various charity projects supported by Spartan Surfaces. Jablon holds a master’s degree in…
Category(s): Movers and Shakers
Carol Wright | Harford County Public Library
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2019-11-27
Carol Wright, a community volunteer with extensive experience in nonprofits and large corporations, was appointed to the Harford County Public Library Board of Trustees for a five-year term representing the Abingdon area. An active community member, Wright is a volunteer delivery driver and Council of State representative with Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland, hospice…
Chief Administrative Law Judge Thomas Dewberry to retire
Posted by: Louis Krauss on 2019-11-26
A new portrait of Chief Administrative Law Judge Thomas Dewberry is displayed in the Maryland Office of Administrative Hearings. (Submitted photo) After nearly 18 years on the job, Maryland Chief Administrative Law Judge Thomas Dewberry has decided to retire effective Dec. 1. A Maryland native, Dewberry, 68, said he felt it was time to…
Category(s): Featured,Law
John Giffin | Roy Rogers
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2019-11-26
John Giffin was named to the new position of consumer care manager with Roy Rogers Restaurants. Giffin will report to Executive Vice President Jeremy Biser and will oversee the administration of all consumer care activities, which includes guest relations and recovery programs, brand reputation management, mystery shopper activity and guest intercepts to gather feedback on…
Category(s): Movers and Shakers
Charles Co. court rescinds order barring CD recordings of proceedings
Posted by: Heather Cobun on 2019-11-26
Charles County Circuit Court officials have rescinded a 2005 policy that prevented individuals from requesting and receiving copies of audio recordings, which is generally permitted under state rules. The administrative order, which prohibited the court from providing audio recordings to anyone other than a commercial reporting service, was the subject of litigation by two citizens…
Category(s): Law,Featured,Trial Courts
Hogan announces his own plan to overhaul State Center
Posted by: Bryan P. Sears on 2019-11-26
301 W. Preston St., part of the State Center complex. (Maximilian Franz) Gov. Larry Hogan Tuesday morning announced a plan to redevelop an aging state government complex in west Baltimore currently the subject of litigation stemming from a previous redevelopment proposal. Hogan said the state will move forward almost immediately with a new procurement process that will lead…
FEATURED MOVER | Robert Matthews, BGE
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2019-11-26
Robert Matthews has been named chief of staff to Calvin Butler Jr., CEO of BGE and interim CEO of Exelon Utilities. Matthews will manage the CEO staff function and advise on a range of issues that affect BGE and Exelon Utilities. He joined BGE in 2005, having previously held human resources roles with Vertis Communications…
Category(s): Movers and Shakers
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
Baltimore prosecutors vacate 3 convictions for 1983 murder
Posted by: The Washington Post on 2019-11-25
Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby. (The Daily Record/File Photo) Three men serving life sentences for a 1983 murder they did not commit were exonerated Monday, just six months after one of them wrote to Baltimore City State’s Attorney Marilyn J. Mosby asking her to investigate their convictions. The men spent 36 years…
Category(s): Trial Courts,Law,Featured

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