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Howard executive Ken Ulman running $72M project to connect Maryland

While the economic malaise lingers, another recession threatens and trillions in federal budget cuts loom, Ken Ulman finds hope in a warehouse in Elkridge. There sit spools of fiber-optic cable destined to link public institutions and build the backbone of ...

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Newsmakers: Howard County Executive Ken Ulman

Howard County Executive Ken Ulman spoke to reporters and and editors at The Daily Record in an exclusive interview about Maryland's broadband initiative, transportation issues and how the county is trying to bounce back from economic recession.

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Grasmick to head Howard County education panel

Howard County Executive Ken Ulman announced he has appointed retired state school superintendent Nancy Grasmick to chair a study commission to review the structure of the Howard County Board of Education and develop recommendations for possible improvements. The panel will ...

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On the move: 4/15/11

Accounting Beth McNally and Michael Marinaro of the technology solutions group at Gross, Mendelsohn & Associates, in Baltimore, have passed the Microsoft SQL Server 2008 Implementation and Maintenance exam. McNally is a Sage Certified Consultant and certified in Microsoft Dynamics ...

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On the Move, 3/28: Westerman joins Ascend One as chief marketing officer

Mark Westerman has joined Ascend One Corp., a debt-management company based in Columbia, as chief marketing officer. He previously worked at West33 Consulting Group after serving as vice president/global marketing communications at FILA (Cerberus Capital Management). He began his career ...

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On the Move, 1/17: Mandel named VP of Van Eperen & Co.

Jennifer Mandel has been named vice president of Van Eperen & Co., a marketing and communications consulting firm in Bethesda. Mandel previously was the director of marketing communications for E-Luminate Group, a marketing and public relations firm specializing in education ...

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