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Correction

An incorrect logo was used with the Inhand Electronics story on Feb. 8. The correct logo is available at www.inhandelectronics.com. The Daily Record regrets the error.

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Move to Anne Arundel County is first step in First Service’s growth plan

<br /><br />Flush with a $35 million infusion of venture capital, a Connecticut-based maintenance manager for multi-site, national clients will begin moving its operations center to Maryland within 10 days, and will have its corporate headquarters transferred to the state by June. About 120 new jobs will be created here as part of the move.

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Verizon expects to cut jobs

<TAB>Verizon Communications expects to cut the equivalent of 10,000 jobs this year, mostly by not filling vacancies and cutting overtime and the use of contractors. But some layoffs are possible at the nation's largest local phone company. <@SM><@SM><TAB>The reduction in Verizon's core telephone operations is part of an ongoing effort to eliminate positions duplicated by last year's purchase of GTE and meet the cost-savings goals made possible by that merger, a spokesman said Wednesday.

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Flag House Courts walls finally come tumbling down

<br /><br />Baltimore’s last public housing high-rise, Flag House Courts, will come tumbling down tomorrow morning in a dynamite blast — eliminating the hulking blocks that brought decades of blight along East Lombard and Pratt streets and catalyzing a host of redevelopment efforts that could revive the historic Jonestown neighborhood.[IMGCAP(1)]<br /><br />Just north of Little Italy and east of the Inner Harbor, the neighborhood is bursting at the seams with untapped economic development potential, city officials and community and business leaders said.

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Movers

<button><b>ACCOUNTING</button><@SM><@SM><TAB><b>McLean, Koehler, Sparks & Hammond</b> recently announced the promotions of <i>Beth M. Harry</i>, CPA, to senior accountant, <i>K. Diane Powers</i> to in-charge accountant and <i>Jerry L. Zealand</i> to in-charge accountant. In addition, <i>R. Scott Grimes</i> has joined the firm as a staff accountant in the Towson office. Harry has six years of experience in public accounting, including performing and managing audits and reviews, as well as in preparation of tax returns and financial statements. Bowers and Zealand both have experience in audits, reviews and compilations and tax return preparation.

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MacKenzie keeping up with the Joneses, adding retail boutique

<br /><br />MacKenzie Commercial Real Estate Services’ roster of retail clients has expanded at such a pace during the past five years that the Lutherville-based company, strongly rooted in the office brokerage business, had to do something about it.<br /><br />So last month it created a subsidiary, Retail Properties LLC, to better handle its load of regional and national clients.

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Two retailers join White Marsh Sears

<TAB>It may seem incongruous that Sears, Roebuck & Co. would plan an expansion to one of its properties only a month after the company announced it would close four department stores, 53 National Tire and Battery stores and 30 of its smaller-format hardware stores.

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Hot Shot: Barbara Barrett Clapp

<TAB>Barbara Barrett Clapp has spent the last 18 years working in sales, a profession she says is just part of her soul.<@SM><@SM><TAB>She now is expanding that instinctual career in the newly created position of director of sales for P.W. Feats, a full-service event-marketing firm that specializes in the creation of custom communications solutions through the development and execution of events and live experiences.

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NEWS SUMMARY – Updated 12:45 P.M.

Updated items are in italicsTraffic AdvisoryREMEMBER!!!If you stay in downtown Baltimore after work tonight you won’t be able to take the Jones Falls Expressway (Interstate 83) back home.Due to the re-construction of the Charles Street Bridge over the highway, the ...

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