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Bernstein names former state budget chief to post

On his first day in office, Baltimore City State’s Attorney Gregg Bernstein named the final member of his leadership team: former Secretary of the Maryland Department of Budget and Management Cecilia Januszkiewicz will be his executive assistant state’s attorney for ...

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C. Fraser Smith: Time for another Baltimore Renaissance?

Several months back, a colleague asked me to offer some thoughts about Baltimore and its future during his regular lunch gathering with friends. “Baltimore: Can It Be Saved?” was to be the subject. My first thought? Why me? He suggested ...

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A year of Maryland Newsmakers

Sixteen important figures in Maryland came to The Daily Record's offices to talk with reporters and editors this year: We called them Maryland's Newsmakers. From Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley, to Cordish Cos. President David Cordish, to former Baltimore City Mayor Sheila Dixon, each answered questions about their careers and influence in the state.

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Week in review: December 10, 2010

2 city fires cause damage, closings A five-alarm fire damaged several buildings Monday on The Block, Baltimore’s adult-entertainment district. The next morning, about a mile away, another fire destroyed businesses, including Donna’s café, in Mount Vernon. Some businesses were total losses, ...

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Bernstein names Elizabeth Embry, George Hazel to leadership posts

Baltimore City State’s Attorney-elect Gregg Bernstein has named two relatively young lawyers to “key leadership positions” in his administration, his first public hires since edging out longtime incumbent Patricia C. Jessamy in September’s primary election. George Hazel was a federal ...

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Gregg Bernstein: Full audio interview

Listen to The Daily Record’s exclusive Newsmakers interview with Baltimore City State’s Attorney-elect Gregg Bernstein, where he talks about his plans for the office when he begins in January. The hour-long interview, lead by Daily Record Legal Affairs Reporter Brendan ...

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