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Ashley, Neely, Christ join America’s Remote Help Desk

Dave Ashley has joined America’s Remote Help Desk as a network engineer. Ashley has 21 years of experience in the field. His most recent position was with GSE Systems as the IT/IS administrator. Chris Neely has joined America’s Remote Help ...

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Ellis, Guttman named vice presidents at Gannett Fleming

Rachel A. Ellis and Kenneth T. Guttman, P.E., have been named vice presidents of Gannett Fleming, a global infrastructure firm focused on planning, design, technology and construction management services for the transportation, environmental, water, power and facilities industries. Both Ellis ...

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With exceptions, engineers find quake didn’t do much damage

The earthquake shook M&T Bank Stadium just before 2 p.m. Tuesday, and by that night Rafael Sabelli was in the air, on a red eye flight from San Francisco to Baltimore. With a thick stack of schematics under his arm, ...

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Justices take CSX case on causation standard

The Supreme Court has agreed to decide whether plaintiffs alleging negligence under the Federal Employers’ Liability Act must prove proximate causation. The case stems from hand injuries suffered by a railroad engineer when he used the railroad brake during switching ...

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Santa’s going green at Harborplace and The Gallery

The Big Guy in red is back – and he’s going green. Santa is scheduled to return to a redecorated, environmentally friendly house at Harborplace and The Gallery at 6 p.m. Friday. Illuminating the new digs made from 325 pounds ...

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