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Colin Kendall | SC&H Group
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2020-07-08
SC&H Group, a leading management consulting, audit and tax firm, announced Colin Kendall will become the firm’s next chief marketing officer. Kendall has helped lead the firm’s initiative to expand its voice and reach in the industry, while leveraging marketing innovations to drive growth. In his time at SC&H Group, Kendall has successfully led the…
Category(s): Movers and Shakers
Hogan to launch virtual book tour, mull 2024 presidential bid
Posted by: The Washington Post on 2020-07-08
Gov. Larry Hogan is considering a bid for the presidency in 2024, embarking on a virtual book tour this month that will continue to elevate his national profile in Republican circles. Hogan, now in his second term, emerged during the novel coronavirus pandemic as a leading Republican voice for an aggressive response to the…
University of Maryland to hold some fall classes in-person
Posted by: Associated Press on 2020-07-08
COLLEGE PARK — The University of Maryland has announced it will hold some in-person classes during the fall semester amid the coronavirus pandemic. Nearly 20% of undergraduate classes will be held partially in-person when the school’s fall semester kicks off on August 31, school officials announced in an email to students Tuesday. Priority for in-person…
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Harford County executive makes staff changes
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2020-07-06
Harford County Executive Barry Glassman announced Monday the following staff changes to his office, naming Director of Administration Billy Boniface as his chief adviser and Senior Budget Analyst Ben Lloyd will be named acting director of administration and have his name forwarded to the County Council for confirmation in September. Boniface, who has served as…
Category(s): More News,Government
Experts see no proof of child-abuse surge amid pandemic
Posted by: Associated Press on 2020-07-01
A sign announces an elementary school in Helena, Montana, is closed. When the coronavirus pandemic took hold across the United States in mid-March, forcing schools to close and many children to be locked down in households, many child-welfare experts warned of a likely surge of child abuse. Fifteen weeks later, some experts on the…
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Foster mom faces losing 3-year-old boy she wants to adopt
Posted by: Associated Press on 2020-07-01
DADE CITY, Fla.  — The first time he arrived on her doorstep, the boy had a fever and a runny nose. Tears lined his blue eyes. Just 15 months old, he already had lived in more than half a dozen foster homes and was distressed. He repeatedly reached out to be held by new foster…
Category(s): Features,Articles,Featured
A summer youth internship program worth your engagement
Posted by: Sarah David on 2020-06-30
With so many challenges facing our community as summer begins, it can seem hard to find ways to continue to engage with one another. With many offices still restricting in-person attendance and our familiar summer outdoor events canceled, it can feel like an isolating time despite the enticing summer weather. As young professionals, we still…
Category(s): Generation J.D.,Law Blogs
Md. Department of Health launches campaign for COVID-19 contact tracing
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2020-06-30
The Maryland Department of Health (MDH) Tuesday announced the launch of a new state-wide outreach campaign urging Marylanders to “answer the call” when ‘MD COVID’ or ‘240-466-4488’ appears on their phones. The campaign includes 15- and 30-second TV ads, radio spots and digital and social media ads designed to remind Marylanders that they can help…
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FEATURED MOVER | Sunny Desai, Md. Legal Aid
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2020-06-30
Sunny Desai has been promoted to the new position of chief attorney with Maryland Legal Aid’s Baltimore City General Legal Services. In his new role, Desai will provide guidance to and oversee the management of three legal units within MLA’s Baltimore City office: housing and consumer law, administrative law and domestic law. Desai began his…
Category(s): Movers and Shakers
Dana Middleton named Top Leader in Law
Posted by: Daily Record Staff on 2020-06-29
Judge Dana M. Middleton was named the Top Winner in the Leadership in Law awards during The Daily Record’s Leadership in Law virtual celebration Monday evening. Middleton was selected by a vote of the other Leadership in Law winners. Middleton was named a circuit court judge for Baltimore city by Gov. Larry Hogan in 2017…
Category(s): people,Featured,Law

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