Recent Articles from Jenny Hottle
From conducting water quality studies to creating architectural tour guides, some students from the University of Maryland, College Park will spend the upcoming academic year working to improve the city of Frederick.
Tenants have until Nov. 30 to move out of the buildings, which will be demolished to make way for the development of mixed-use apartment complex Terrapin Row.
Darren Burns, Kevin Kelehan and Daniel Scherr — all of the Columbia-based law firm Carney, Kelehan, Bresler, Bennett and Scherr LLP — were elected to the Section Council of the Construction Law Section of the Maryland State Bar Association for the 2014-15 term. Burns focuses on litigation and contract matters, particularly those involving commercial and […]
WPM Real Estate Management once again topped the list of residential property managers in the Greater Baltimore area. The list — ranked by local units managed, as compiled by the Baltimore Business Journal — shows that WPM manages 15,692 units in 127 local communities. Overall, the Owings Mills firm manages 18,643 units in 136 communities […]
The MD|DC Credit Union Association, a regional trade association for credit unions in Maryland and the District of Columbia, has appointed Point Breeze Credit Union CEO Bernard McLaughlin to its board of directors. McLaughlin will also serve as vice chair of the advocacy committee. McLaughlin joined Point Breeze Credit Union as president and CEO in […]
27 Chinese students are in town this week as part of a global business immersion program created by Loyola’s Sellinger School of Business and Management the Beijing Institute of Technology. Instructors from both schools say the week-long series of seminars and presentations is the first step in building a dual degree program between the schools.
Nikki Bracy was promoted to senior account executive of Vitamin, a Baltimore branding, web and public relations firm. She will lead the day-to-day public relations and social media efforts on behalf of multiple Vitamin clients. Bracy previously was the firm’s public relations account executive. Prior to that, she was an assistant executive for Mullen, a […]
Ian Hummel and his father, Harry Hummel, plan to open a Mount Vernon brewpub in October. Brew House No. 16, located in a former fire station near Center Stage, received unanimous approval from the city’s liquor board earlier this month.
Baltimore attorney Wayne M. Willoughby was appointed to the American Association for Justice’s executive committee and board of governors at the association’s annual convention in Baltimore. Willoughby, a partner with Gershon, Willoughby, Getz & Smith, LLC, was also sworn in as chair of AAJ’s Council of State Delegates. As a member of the executive committee, […]