The 93-year-old Baltimore Jewish Times will be under new ownership before Passover begins at sundown Friday. U.S Bankruptcy Court Judge Nancy V. Alquist on Thursday approved the $1.26 million sale of the financially strapped weekly to Route 95 Publications LLC, ...Read More »
The company that owns the Washington Jewish Week will acquire the Baltimore Jewish Times following its high bid of $1.26 million in a bankruptcy asset auction that concluded Monday. Zvi Guttman, the appointed trustee in the case, confirmed that Route ...Read More »
An appeals court has turned aside an attempt by printing company H.G. Roebuck & Son Inc. to increase the damage award it won a suit against the publisher of the Baltimore Jewish Times. The Maryland Court of Special Appeals affirmed ...Read More »
High court rules against Md. man A former court employee’s $1 million lawsuit has ended in the U.S. Supreme Court, which held that states cannot be sued under the federal Family and Medical Leave Act’s self-care provision. Daniel Coleman, once the ...Read More »
After 93 years in the hands of the same family, the Baltimore Jewish Times could go to auction next week under a proposal filed Wednesday in U.S. Bankruptcy Court. Zvi Guttman, newly appointed trustee for publisher Alter Communications Inc., entered ...Read More »
Exelon takeover becomes official Exelon Corp. will proceed immediately with staffing decisions now that the company has completed its $7.9 billion acquisition of Baltimore-based Constellation Energy Group, a company spokeswoman said. The deal, which had been in the works for nearly ...
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With no clear-cut consensus on how to bring it out of bankruptcy just yet, Alter Communications Inc., publisher of the Baltimore Jewish Times, did get court approval Tuesday for an emergency loan of $100,000 to meet payroll and pay crucial ...Read More »
An IPO splash by a Baltimore tech company and a look at the upcoming General Assembly legislative session are among the most-read business stories of the week. But news of the potential seizure of vehicles from a Baltimore city agency ...
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An insider’s perspective on the U.S. Supreme Court was the most-read On the Record blog post of 2011. Readers also checked out a judge’s sense of humor in the Jewish Times bankruptcy case, why “Huckleberry Finn” shouldn’t be censored and ...Read More »
City swears in Rawlings-Blake Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake delivers her inaugural address Tuesday as Baltimore mayor’s after being elected to a full four-year term in November. The former City Council president has served as mayor since February 2010, when she replaced Sheila ...
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