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Author Archives: Mark Miller

Brody, Manning and Daniels highest-paid private college leaders (access required)

William R. Brody of the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore was the second highest-paid president of a private college in the United States in 2009, according to a list published Monday by the Chronicle of Higher Education. Brody was the ...

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Mayor to honor 13 businesses for service (access required)

Thirteen area businesses will be honored by Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Monday afternoon for their commitment to community service. Gene Bracken, executive director of communications for the Greater Baltimore Committee, said his organization partnered with Rawlings-Blake’s office and the Baltimore Development ...

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Ravens moving training camp to their Owings Mills HQ

The Baltimore Ravens announced Friday that they will permanently move their training camp to their Owings Mills headquarters. The Ravens had trained at McDaniel College in Westminster since moving to Baltimore in 1996. But the team held its 2011 training ...

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Flag football tourney organizer hopes to attract 1,500 to Pimlico (access required)

With a flag football festival scheduled for Saturday in Baltimore, organizers of amateur and semi-professional sporting events touted their entertainment value and economic impact, including the benefit to businesses looking to target spectators and participants. The Baltimore Flag Football Festival, ...

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GBC honors 8 firms with minority achievement awards

Eight Baltimore-area businesses, a Baltimore businessman and the University of Maryland Medical System have been given awards honoring minority- and women-owned companies. The Bridging the Gap Awards, held annually by the Greater Baltimore Committee, honored 26 finalists at the event, ...

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Bodine’s daughter unhappy with 7,000 photos for sale (access required)

The daughter of a former Baltimore Sun photojournalist said she has a “broken heart” over the impending auction of more than 7,000 of his original prints by the newspaper. The collection of A. Aubrey Bodine’s prints that is to go ...

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Maryland home builders hand out remodeling awards (access required)

Thirty awards were handed out to mid-Atlantic remodelers at a ceremony in Linthicum Heights Thursday in categories including accessible living, historic restoration and specialty details. The Remodeling Council of the Home Builders Association of Maryland, a Baltimore-based charter organization of ...

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