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CALENDAR – October 24, 2000

The Daily Record publishes Calendar, a daily listing of special events and ongoing programs in Baltimore and the surrounding communities. For inclusion, send items to The Daily Record Calendar, 11 E. Saratoga St., Baltimore, Md. 21202.Tuesday, October 24Convention“TechNite 2K: Celebrating ...

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Ad Agency Executives Hopeful That Prolonged Actors Strike Near End

<TAB>Striking actors will return to business as usual if a tentative agreement, announced yesterday between the advertising industry and joint unions representing film, radio and television actors, is approved later this month.<@SM><@SM><TAB>Negotiators representing the joint policy committee for the American Association of Advertising Agencies and the Association of National Advertisers came to a tentative agreement with the actors

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Urban Renewal Plan – Online Extra

<TAB>URBAN RENEWAL PLAN<@SM><@SM><TAB>CENTRAL BUSINESS DISTRICT<@SM><@SM><TAB>DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT<@SM><@SM><TAB>CITY OF BALTIMORE DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION<@SM><@SM><TAB>BALTIMORE, MARYLAND<@SM><@SM><@SM><TAB>ORIGINALLY APPROVED BY

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NEWS SUMMARY – Updated 2:20 p.m.

Updated items in italics.VLDC Buys Half of Its Business PartnerVLDC Technologies Inc. of Millersville announced today that it has signed a letter of intent to acquire a 50 percent stake in Integrity Title Services LLC, a Maryland-based title insurance and ...

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Hunters Don’t Let Disabilities Interfere With Thrill of the Hunt

Hunting had been Richard Shrout’s passion for more than a half-century before knee surgery threatened to take him out of the field.<p><@SM><@SM>[IMGCAP(1)]<TAB>While Shrout can still move easily about his Cumberland home, it didn’t take the 65-year-old sportsman long to realize that he couldn’t climb mountains to track game as he once did. A friend suggested he apply for special permits offered by the state for disabled hunters.<p>

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County Tech Corridor Beckons

<TAB>Plans by another technology-based company to relocate to Baltimore County lends credence to the description of the Hunt Valley/Cockeysville area as a technology corridor and the expansion of the Digital Harbor beyond the waters of the Inner Harbor.

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