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Dunbar opens new security operations center in Hunt Valley

Dunbar, a full-service security organization, unveiled its Dunbar Security Solutions division Tuesday with the opening of Dunbar’s state-of-the-art Security Operations Center in Hunt Valley. The new division integrates Dunbar’s existing cybersecurity, security systems and protective services businesses and provides mid- ...

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Ella Health brings better 3-D mammography to Hagerstown

Ella Health, an innovative women’s wellness provider, has opened a center to provide the most advanced breast cancer screening and diagnostic technology to women in the Hagerstown area. The new center offers 3-D mammography in a beautiful spa-like setting with friendly, welcoming ...

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Md. inmates carving turkeys for Thanksgiving charity dinner

HAGERSTOWN — State prison officials are putting knives into the hands of inmates at the medium-security Maryland Correctional Institution near Hagerstown. Their targets are 400 donated turkeys that the inmates will begin cooking and carving Tuesday for the Bea Gaddy ...

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Md. wildlife workers free hungry bear’s head from milk can

THURMONT — In an episode reminiscent of “Winnie the Pooh,” Maryland state wildlife workers used an electric hand saw to remove a milk can that was stuck on the head of a bear. Department of Natural Resources spokeswoman Karis King ...

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Md. student loans forgiven in for-profit college settlement

Education Management Corp., the second-largest U.S. for-profit college operator, agreed to settle whistleblower lawsuits in which it’s accused of illegal recruiting practices for $95.5 million, the largest such accord in American history, U.S. Attorney General Loretta Lynch said. The company ...

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Md. firm’s $12.2B deal would make it world’s largest hotelier

NEW YORK — Bethesda-based hotel behemoth Marriott International is becoming even larger, taking over rival chain Starwood in a $12.2 billion deal that will catapult it to become the world’s largest hotelier by a wide margin. RELATED: A look at which ...

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Md. college closes campus as missing student gets gun from home

CHESTERTOWN — Washington College in Maryland says its shelter in place recommendation will continue throughout the night after a missing student went home to Pennsylvania to get a gun. College spokesman Michael O’Connor says the parents of a sophomore notified ...

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Ill. firm closes deal for Towson Square

Oak Brook, Illinois-based Retail Properties of America Inc. closed on the acquisition of Towson Square for $39.7 million, company officials announced Monday. Towson Square is a 138,000-square-foot entertainment based center anchored by a newly constructed Cinemark Theatre and includes a variety ...

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