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EBDI protestor faces a jury trial on June 26

Three of the four men arrested on March 29 during a protest march for employment at East Baltimore Development Inc. appeared in Maryland District Court in Baltimore Wednesday morning for a hearing on charges including disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and disturbing ...

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Dunham to leave JHU for Penn State

Stephen S. Dunham, who has served as vice president and general counsel of the Johns Hopkins University since December 2005, will head to Pennsylvania State University this summer. As Penn State’s vice president and general counsel, Dunham will replace Cynthia ...

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O’Malley: New laws to spur Maryland innovation

ANNAPOLIS — Community banks will get millions of dollars in state deposits for small business loans, research at state universities will be better commercialized and arsenic additives will be banned from chicken feed. Legislation that does all of that — ...

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JHU, Jhpiego to unveil health creations

Jhpiego, an international nonprofit health organization affiliated with the Johns Hopkins University, and biomedical engineering students from the university, said they will unveil on Monday two very affordable innovations they developed to help health workers prevent maternal and newborn deaths ...

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Anderson inducted into certified planners’ College of Fellows

Gary Anderson, AICP, has been inducted into the American Institute of Certified Planners’ College of Fellows, a distinction that recognizes planners who have made exceptional contributions to the profession and their own communities. Charged with creating a new federal planning ...

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Hiring meeting at EBDI goes nowhere

A meeting that included developers and city politicians to discuss revisions to local hiring goals for the $1.8 billion redevelopment of Middle East was ended abruptly Tuesday by East Baltimore Development Inc. officials after members of the community refused to ...

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