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Melody Simmons’ real estate notebook, 6/3/11

Grim news on the residential home sales front released Tuesday by Standard & Poor’s show a first quarter decline by 4.2 percent in the U.S. National Home Price Index. That means housing values continue to turn downward. The report highlighted ...

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The Daily Record News Quiz: May 30 – June 3

Have you been keeping up with The Daily Record’s news this week? Take our 10-question weekly news quiz in this fun, interactive feature. Leave a comment below and tell us how many questions you got right!

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BGE CEO Kenneth DeFontes to chair Baltimore Symphony Orchestra

Kenneth W. DeFontes Jr., president and CEO of Baltimore Gas and Electric Co., and a senior vice president with Constellation Energy Group, has been elected chair-elect of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra. DeFontes is in line to succeed current BSO Chairman ...

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Ritz Carlton Residences to host Baltimore Symphony’s decorators’ show house

A group of 27 designers are working diligently these days to decorate two luxury units at Baltimore’s Ritz Carleton Residences in the hopes of attracting up to 12,000 visitors there in May. That’s because the site has been selected by ...

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On the move: 3/11/11

Accounting Diane Kovar has been promoted to senior manager in the Baltimore office of Clifton Gunderson. Kovar joined the firm in 1998 and has more than 12 years of public accounting experience. She specializes in health care auditing and accounting ...

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Johnson joins Retina Group of Washington as physician

Dr. T. Mark Johnson has been hired as a physician by The Retina Group of Washington, based in Chevy Chase. He will treat the full range of retinal diseases, including age-related macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, retinal detachments and ocular trauma, ...

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Baltimore Symphony Orchestra’s finances swing to black

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra announced it operated in the black for the 2009-2010 concert season, ending with a surplus of $4,116 before non-cash pension-related charges. Officials credited the BSO’s innovative artistic programming, increased community outreach, and the Music Matters fundraising ...

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