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Author Archives: Erin Cunningham

Hastler elected president of MLA

Mary Hastler recently purchased an Apple Watch, but already the high-tech device has her thinking of ways she could improve service for her customers at Harford County Public Library. “I’m just very curious about how I can take what I’m ...

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Casey Cares Foundation hosts gala

The Casey Cares Foundation recently held its 15th Anniversary Gala at the American Visionary Art Museum. The Dr. Seuss-themed event was attended by

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How not to outlive retirement savings

For about 44 percent of American workers, outliving their investments and savings is a top retirement concern, according to a survey released earlier this week.

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Maryland Legal Services Corp. holds annual awards reception

The Maryland Legal Services Corporation (MLSC) honored five individuals and one organization that have contributed significantly to legal services and access to justice for low-income Marylanders at its Annual Awards Reception at the Grand Historic Venue.

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Dorchester County small businesses honored

Eighty people gathered at the Dorchester Center for the Arts recently for the 2014 Annual Dorchester County Small Business Awards. Dorchester County Economic Development Director Keasha Haythe welcomed the guests and recognized the Dorchester County Council and awards committee for their commitment to small businesses.

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First year of CEOs Stopping Diabetes program celebrated

The American Diabetes Association – Maryland and the Greater Baltimore Committee recently held a breakfast to announce the results of the first year of CEOs Stopping Diabetes, an initiative meant to curb the incidence of diabetes and other chronic diseases in Maryland by inspiring senior leadership to actively support, implement, promote and participate in workplace health programs and benefits in order to directly impact employee involvement.

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Vehicles for Change hosts Economic Mobility Forum

Baltimore-area nonprofit Vehicles for Change, Inc. (VFC) hosted the first Economic Mobility Forum recently to develop transportation solutions for low-income families who lack access to reliable transportation in the Baltimore metropolitan area.

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