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Rising global temperatures mean worries for pregnant women, children
Posted by: Capital News Service on 2019-12-27
As temperatures rise due to climate change, medical researchers have found pregnant women face increasing challenges to delivering healthy babies….
Category(s): Featured,Business
The Baltimore Station raises $83K at Stars Stripes and Chow
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2019-12-27
The Nelson Family returned to Stars, Stripes & Chow to defend their “Best Chili” title with an Alice in Wonderland theme. (Photo courtesy of The Baltimore Station) Members from Towson University’s Phi Kappa Psi fraternity participated in their first chili cookoff where they took home the “People’s Choice” award. (Photo courtesy of The Baltimore…
Finding opportunities in Baltimore
Posted by: Special to The Daily Record on 2019-12-26
Ben Seigel has had a busy 2019. Just a little over one year into his position as Baltimore City’s opportunity zone coordinator, he has been tracking down potential investors to deploy funds into one or more of the city’s 42 designated opportunity zones. Seigel previously had been heading the 21st Century Cities Initiative at…
Category(s): Commentary,Columns
Nonstop violence as Baltimore nears record homicide rate
Posted by: Associated Press on 2019-12-26
FILE – In this Friday, Dec. 20, 2019 file photo, listens as Baltimore Police Commissioner Michael Harrison announces support for a pilot program that uses surveillance planes over the city to combat crime in Baltimore. City solicitor Andre Davis is at left. Baltimore could wrap up 2019 with its highest per-capita homicide rate on…
Category(s): More News
Michael Jackley, Joseph Greenwald business law and tax department founder, dies
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2019-12-24
Michael Dano Jackley, founder of the business law and tax department at Joseph, Greenwald & Laake, PA, died Dec. 22 in Winchester, Virginia. Jackley, a Baltimore native, was 77 years old. He joined the Prince George’s County firm in 1973 when it decided to expand its litigation based practice to business. He later added to his department and expanded its practice…
Category(s): More News,Law
Chesapeake Bay oysters get more attention at pivotal time
Posted by: Associated Press on 2019-12-24
Robert T. Brown pulled an oyster shell from a pile freshly harvested by a dredger from the Chesapeake Bay and talked enthusiastically about the larvae attached — a sign of a future generation critical to the health of the nation’s largest estuary….
Hogan appoints 8 to UMMS board, including panel leaders
Posted by: Tim Curtis on 2019-12-23
Retired U.S. District Judge Alexander Williams, shown in a 2017 photo, was re-named to the UMMS board Monday. (File Photo / Bryan P. Sears) Gov. Larry Hogan has named eight more members to the board of directors of the University of Maryland Medical System following the scandal that led to wholesale governance changes for…
Category(s): Business Buzz,Featured
Glenn charges latest political corruption case for U.S. attorney
Posted by: Adam Bednar on 2019-12-23
Robert K. Hur, U.S. States Attorney for the District of Maryland, announces federal honest services wire fraud and bribery charges against former State Del. Cheryl D. Glenn Monday, Dec. 23, 2019 in Baltimore. Behind him are Assistant U.S. Attorneys Leo Wise, left, and Derek Hines, right. (Amy Davis/The Baltimore Sun via AP) U.S. Attorney…
Kaitlyn Newsome, Leslie Giron, Daniel King and Idella Crenshaw | GWWO
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2019-12-23
From top, Kaitlyn Newsome, Leslie Giron, Daniel King and Idella Crenshaw GWWO hired Kaitlyn Newsome as an architect intern 3, Leslie Giron as a design team member and Daniel King as CADD/BIM technician. Newsome, a former GWWO intern, rejoins the firm’s architectural staff after a few years away from Baltimore. She received a Master…
Category(s): Movers and Shakers
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2019-12-23
Criminal procedure — Motion to suppress evidence — Statement to police On October 17, 2017, Joshua Duarte, on behalf of his employer, the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority (“WMATA”), inspected an abandoned home owned by his employer. The house was located at 807 University Blvd., Silver Spring, Maryland. While on the second floor of that…

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