Baltimore City Community College officials asked President Carolane Williams to step down from her post as they seek a “new vision” for the school, the board of trustees announced Tuesday.Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — A Maryland legislative audit shows that officials at Baltimore City Community College failed to properly handle funds and collect student account balances. The report released Thursday shows that college representatives could not explain a $200,000 payment from the ...Read More »
Redevelopment in Hampden A 139-year-old former cotton mill and two other buildings at Chestnut Avenue and Falls Road will soon morph into a complex of 92 apartments, office space and restaurants as part of a continuing push to convert Hampden’s historic ...
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Negotiations with developer David Cordish to redevelop the Inner Harbor campus of the Baltimore City Community College — one of the city’s prime real estate parcels — have come to a halt because Cordish said his company declined to consider ...Read More »
Exelon Corp.’s new building on the city’s waterfront in Harbor Point will be part of a $250 million development and will attract about 4,500 permanent jobs, company officials said Wednesday. Details of the project were unveiled Wednesday by Exelon executives ...Read More »
Brenda Fisher has joined Carroll Community Bank as vice president in charge of retail business development and branch administration. She previously held positions at New Windsor State Bank for eight years and Reisterstown Federal (subsequently Susquehanna Bank) for 22 years. ...
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COLLEGE PARK — The percentage of college students in Maryland who defaulted on their federal student loans increased last year, as a tough job market for new grads put pressure on student borrowers. The percentage of borrowers in the state ...Read More »
Elliott Oppenheim has retired as baseball head coach after 24 years at Community College of Baltimore County, Dundalk, and 49 total years with Maryland college teams. He plans to continue working as an adjunct assistant professor at CCBC Dundalk and will ...Read More »
Leah Jones has been appointed marketing manager of XML Financial Group, a Rockville-based independent wealth management firm. She will oversee the firm’s social media campaigns, seminars and other marketing initiatives. Jones previously was an analyst for JP Morgan Asset Management’s ...Read More »
Baltimore City Community College is set to close on its purchase of Bon Secours Baltimore Health System’s Liberty Village Campus, which will help it alleviate parking and one day house a new fine arts center. The community college will pay ...Read More »