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Md. medical device firm gets orders for Canadian distribution

The Canadian distributor for Frederick-based BioElectronics Corp., a maker of consumer pain management medical devices, received its first orders for BioElectronics’ ActiPatch pain relief products from the online store of Costco, the company announced Thursday. Costco serves more than 10 ...

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This Baltimore space has exposed brick and wood columns

Location: 111 Water St., Baltimore  Space: 5,800 square feet (second floor) Built: 1904 (state property tax records) Contact: Douglas Kaufman, senior director AGM Commercial Real Estate Advisors 443-459-9411; dkaufman@agmcommercial.com Located just north from the Inner Harbor, 111 Water St. is ...

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Settlement reached in class-action suit over conditions at BCDC

The Baltimore City Detention Center’s health care system will be overhauled and its facilities will be improved as part of a settlement in a class-action lawsuit, lawyers for the plaintiffs announced Wednesday. The Public Justice Center, the Law Offices of ...

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Thomas A. Firey: Maryland’s alms for the rich

Maryland politicians claim to be a progressive lot, concerned about income equality and the working class. But once they’re inside the halls of government, they work to deliver money and other goodies to the wealthiest parts of the state, at ...

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Report: Race most significant in Baltimore’s lending disparities

A recent report by a Washington, D.C., advocacy group has confirmed what many organizations that work with low-income families in the city say they’ve already suspected: getting a mortgage in Baltimore isn’t necessarily about one’s credit score, it’s about race. ...

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Rawlings-Blake proposes $6M Baltimore affordable housing fund

Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake Wednesday proposed a new fund to spur the development of affordable housing in the city. During a summit celebrating the fifth anniversary of her Vacants to Value program at the Baltimore Convention Center, Rawlings-Blake announced plans for ...

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MBNA founder Charles Cawley dies at 75

Charles Cawley, who founded MBNA Corp. and built it into an affinity credit-card empire that was sold to Bank of America Corp. for $35 billion, has died. He was 75. He died Nov. 18 at his residence in Camden, Maine, ...

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United Way of Central Md. to give out 4,000 Thanksgiving dinners

The United Way of Central Maryland is planning to distribute 4,000 Thanksgiving dinners to low-income central Maryland families as part of the organization’s 23rd annual Harvest of Plenty. Harvest of Plenty is a component of United Way’s Access to Healthy ...

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