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Movers & Shakers, 2/8: Kotze named VP of finance of Maryland Live! Casino

Sonnette Kotze has been named vice president of finance of Maryland Live! Casino, under development at Arundel Mills mall. Kotze began her gaming career in 1997 as the casino controller for Tsogo Sun, a gaming company in South Africa. She ...

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Ebeling promoted to COO of TriColumbia

Kari Ebeling has been promoted to chief operating officer of TriColumbia, an endurance event production company, of Columbia. Ebeling, who is a USA Triathlon Level 1 Certified Race Director, previously was the company’s director of operations. Before joining TriColumbia team ...

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On the Move, 1/12: Ebeling promoted to COO of TriColumbia

Kari Ebeling has been promoted to chief operating officer of TriColumbia, an endurance event production company, of Columbia. Ebeling, who is a USA Triathlon Level 1 Certified Race Director, previously was the company’s director of operations. Before joining TriColumbia team ...

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Rommel named director of outreach and student evaluation by Jemicy School

Catharine B. Rommel has been named director of outreach and student evaluation by Jemicy School, of Owings Mills. Rommel will be responsible for outreach and also testing, evaluating, and providing curriculum recommendations for all new Jemicy Lower and Middle School ...

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On the Move, 12/7: Rommel named director of outreach and student evaluation by Jemicy School

Catharine B. Rommel has been named director of outreach and student evaluation by Jemicy School, of Owings Mills. Rommel will be responsible for outreach and also testing, evaluating, and providing curriculum recommendations for all new Jemicy Lower and Middle School ...

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Social Security to hand out first raises since ’09

WASHINGTON — Social Security recipients will get a raise in January — their first increase in benefits since 2009. It’s expected to be about 3.5 percent. Some 55 million beneficiaries will find out for sure Wednesday when a government inflation ...

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