Attorney and Baltimore native Alicia Wilson, a senior vice president for economic development at Johns Hopkins, leads efforts to drive investment from the city’s largest employer to initiatives benefiting surrounding communities. Prior to joining Johns Hopkins, Wilson already played a ...Read More »
“We are all Greeks. Our laws, our literature, our religion, our arts have their root in Greece.” ~ Poet Percy Bysshe Shelley in 1821 when Hellas (Greece) declared its independence from 400 years of slavery by the Ottoman Turks. Gayle ...Read More »
The five women that have influenced, supported and loved me are Elnora, Linda, La’Kenya, Temeko and Alexandra. These women have poured into me traits that laid the foundation for me to become a kind person, a dedicated servant leader, an advocate, a Christian woman, a wife for 20 years and a seeker of knowledge. Thank you for giving me the significant titles of granddaughter, daughter, sister and aunt.Read More »
I am Brittany Young, a Baltimore native. I have programmed nuclear plants, developed medical devices, planned satellite explorations, developed food products, been an educator, and college faculty but I find the most satisfaction in problem-solving and service to the community.Read More »
Montgomery County has launched a $2 million dollar initiative to assist renters facing eviction due to the economic downturn precipitated by COVID-19. Earlier this month, the county began accepting applications for the Short Term COVID-19 Rental Assistance Program which will ...
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Maryland universities, struggling with the COVID-19 pandemic, find themselves up against a deadline for implementing new federal policies on sexual misconduct, with some administrators saying the rules are confusing and potentially burdensome and that they may discourage victims from coming ...Read More »
Shortly after the March 16 lockdown in Maryland, Brian Boston began takeout service at his fine dining restaurant in Sparks. Thanks to loyal customers who frequented the establishment, the restaurant broke even. But by week two, Boston was losing $1,000 ...
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University administrators across Maryland are grappling with what college life will look like for students this fall as they juggle how to limit class sizes and residence halls to prevent COVID-19 spread. The University System of Maryland, which oversees 12 ...Read More »