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Tag Archives: Habitat for Humanity

Week in review: 11/4/11

Mt. Washington tavern hit by fire Rob Frisch, the co-owner of the Mt. Washington Tavern, said Monday that he fully intends to rebuild and reopen the popular dining and bar spot. Once the damaged is assessed, he will know how long ...

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Western Maryland firefighters shun Habitat home project

HAGERSTOWN — Some western Maryland firefighters are refusing to help Habitat for Humanity build a house meant to honor them unless a sprinkler system is added to the plans. The Herald-Mail newspaper of Hagerstown reports that the Washington County Volunteer ...

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On the move: January 12, 2011

Accounting Richard Greenwood has transferred to the Baltimore office of PricewaterhouseCoopers from the company’s Boston office and been promoted to audit partner in the technology practice. The native of the United Kingdom worked at PricewaterhouseCoopers in Manchester, England until 1999, ...

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H. Ward Classen: In-house pro bono is not an oxymoron

The ongoing recession has increased the need for pro bono legal services. Once the purview of large law firms, pro bono activities are alive and growing at in-house legal departments. Gone are the days when corporate legal departments sat on ...

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Jimmy Carter: What’s in a name

You’ve got to hand it to Jimmy Carter. The 39th president has kept himself busy since leaving office in 1981, and at 86 years old, he’s still going strong. Carter and his wife Rosalynn got involved with the Habitat for ...

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