Looking back, Edward St. John calls the June 2009 move to take over for a struggling developer outside the gates of Aberdeen Proving Ground a colossal risk. “It was just like going to Las Vegas and putting up $2 million ...Read More »
The jury in the bribery trial of a senator accused of selling his influence to help a grocery store chain has heard testimony from two employees of another company that paid the senator while the General Assembly considered legislation significant ...Read More »
WASHINGTON — The Army says it will stop injecting monkeys at Aberdeen Proving Ground with a nerve-blocking drug meant to simulate a nerve-gas attack. The Washington Post reports that the decision follows sustained pressure from animal-rights groups and Maryland Republican ...Read More »
New condominium prices in Baltimore increased by 1 percent during the third quarter of 2011, but they dropped by nearly 6 percent in the metropolitan area, a report released Monday shows. Between July and September of this year, the Baltimore ...Read More »
Andrea Schmid-Mazzoccoli, chief nurse executive and senior vice president for the Center for Clinical Excellence for Bon Secours Health System, in Marriottsville, has been named a Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Executive Nurse Fellow for 2011. Schmid-Mazzocoli is among 21 nurse ...Read More »
Fisher Hall, the new library and student commons building at St. Paul’s School, has been awarded LEED Gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council, one of fewer than 5,000 buildings in the world to receive the status. Fisher Hall ...
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ANNAPOLIS — State and military officials are marking the end of a military base realignment process that is bringing thousands of jobs to Maryland. Thursday was the official deadline for moving 19,000 military jobs to Maryland at the direction of ...Read More »
About 11,000 square feet of space at St. John Properties’ GATE project in Harford County has been leased by Telford Aviation Inc. as the BRAC area at Aberdeen Proving Ground continues to fill with new jobs and companies. Telford is ...
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Harford County may not be a major metropolis, but economic development expert Pike Powers is convinced that by taking advantage of the Base Realignment and Closure process and expanding the county’s connections with nearby research universities, the area can become ...Read More »
Rabbi Benjamin Sharff recently was installed as senior rabbi of Har Sinai Congregation, of Owings Mills. His father, Rabbi Robert Sharff, who also is a Reform rabbi, performed the installation. Benjamin Sharff previously served as associate rabbi at Temple Emanu-El ...Read More »