Some firms around the state have been busy hiring in the last few months, and one has even had to take on more space to accommodate everyone. Hodes, Pessin & Katz P.A. has added five attorneys in the last seven ...Read More »
This week, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake joined Department of Public Works Director Alfred H. Foxx for the re-opening of the Northwest Sanitation Yard – gussied up to become the new “Super Citizen Convenience Center.” The center, at 2824 Sisson St., ...
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Beginning Oct. 19, the city’s Department of Planning will hold a series of public meetings on a draft of the city’s new zoning code. The last time such changes were made, Johnny U was lofting TD passes for the Baltimore ...
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BB&T Insurance Services of Raleigh, N.C., the nation’s sixth largest insurance broker, announced its entrance into the metro Baltimore area with the acquisition of Atlantic Risk Management Corp. of Columbia. Founded in 1981, Atlantic Risk Management is a commercial property ...Read More »
Wheeler receives volunteer award Dave Wheeler, of The Columbia Bank, recently was recognized at the Maryland Association of Community Services Annual Meeting and Volunteer Awards Program with The Arc of the Central Chesapeake Region’s Volunteer of the Year Award. He has ...Read More »
Randall M. Griffin, CEO of Corporate Office Properties Trust, will retire at the end of March 2012, the Columbia-based office real estate investment trust announced on Friday. He will be succeeded by Roger A. Waesche Jr., COPT’s current president and ...Read More »
COLUMBIA — A Columbia man has been charged in the death of a bail bondswoman. Dominique Davon McDonald was arrested Wednesday and charged with murder. Howard County police say he’s being held on $2 million bond. Police believe 21-year-old McDonald ...Read More »
NEWARK, N.J. — A Columbia-based health care company accused of defrauding Medicaid and other federal programs will pay $150 million in a settlement announced Monday. Maxim Healthcare Systems is a health care staffing agency with offices in more than 40 ...Read More »
The Howard County Circuit Court has scrapped its Labor Day weekend move date because of security issues it could not resolve in the new building. The court is temporarily relocating to the county’s Ascend One building in Columbia while renovations ...Read More »
The U.S. Department of Energy has selected Columbia-based specialty chemical company W.R. Grace & Co. to conduct one of 16 research projects nationwide aimed at improving the efficiency and reducing the cost of advanced carbon-capture systems at coal-fired power plants. ...Read More »