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Author Archives: Jon Sham

Top 5: ‘If we don’t work, nobody works’

Johns Hopkins made big news this week with the announcement of its new medical school dean, but they are also seeking the dismissal of a lawsuit over a life sciences complex in Montgomery County. Those stories and more in this ...

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The Daily Record’s 2011 Photos of the Year

From William Donald Schaefer's death in April to the Grand Prix in September, to the inauguration of Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake in early December, a lot has happened in 2011. The Daily Record's photographers were there to capture some of these historic events, and our editors have chosen the best of the best to be Photos of the Year.

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Residents demand community hires from EBDI

"If we don't work, nobody works!" chanted about 200 East Baltimore residents as they marched through the streets Tuesday morning toward the offices of EBDI, a nonprofit working to redevelop the area. Led by Baltimore Community Churches United, the group demanded to be hired in upcoming construction projects at the 88-acre site.

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Residents march on EBDI demanding jobs

About 200 residents of East Baltimore met at the Triumph Christian Church Tuesday morning to march 10 blocks to EBDI's headquarters demanding jobs. Marchers chanted "We want jobs!" and "No more lies!"as they made their through the streets and gathered at EBDI's front door.

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Hopkins introduces new dean, CEO of medicine

President of the Johns Hopkins University Ronald J. Daniels welcomed on Monday the new dean and CEO of Johns Hopkins Medicine, Paul B. Rothman. Rothman, who comes to Baltimore from the Carver College of Medicine in Iowa, said he wants to help Hopkins continue to be a national leader in health care.

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The Daily Record News Quiz: Dec. 12-16

Have you been keeping up with The Daily Record’s news this week? Take our 10-question weekly news quiz in this fun, interactive feature. Leave a comment below and tell us how many questions you got right.

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Top 5: ‘It is attacking sham litigation’

The Bozzuto Group is moving forward with its plan for luxury apartments at Fells Point, and downtown property owners are both alleging that each other’s lawsuit over the State Center is a “sham.” Those stories and more in this week’s ...

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Top 5: ‘The law is crystal clear…’

A group of blind people are suing a paintball park after they were denied entrance and a disbarred lawyer was sentenced to serve a year and a day in prison for tax evasion and other charges. Those stories and more ...

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Interactive chart: Pricing Maryland’s tax breaks

Maryland’s tax code includes 341 tax breaks, but the state knows how much only a little more than half of those cost, and most of those are just estimates. A handful of tax breaks are deemed “negligible” but the rest ...

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