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Arch Systems wins MBE award

Arch Systems LLC, of Baltimore, an information technology company, announced that Vini and Tariq Ehsan, president and vice president of the firm, have been selected to receive the Top 100 Minority Business Enterprise Award. In its ninth year, this program ...

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Parties settling Waverly school-bid litigation (access required)

The Timonium contractor that sued the Baltimore City school board for reverse discrimination after an unsuccessful bid to build the new Waverly Elementary School has dropped the lawsuit and says it will be awarded the project. CAM Construction Co. Inc. ...

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Casino changes upset minority groups (access required)

A collection of minority groups is protesting changes the state made to requirements for casino developers eyeing the gaming license up for grabs in Baltimore. Last month, the Video Lottery Facility Location Commission stripped explicit minority business enterprise benchmarks from ...

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Construction company alleges reverse discrimination by city school board (access required)

A Timonium construction company has cited reverse race and sex discrimination in seeking to prevent Baltimore City’s Board of School Commissioners from moving forward on a project to replace Waverly Elementary School. CAM Construction Co. Inc. filed a temporary restraining ...

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Week in review: 8/19/11 (access required)

Ft. McHenry added to free bus route Expansion of the 21-bus Charm City Circulator to include the Fort McHenry Monument and National Shrine will take place soon — in time for the War of 1812 bicentennial celebration in Baltimore. A $1.5 ...

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State slots commission eases MBE rules (access required)

ANNAPOLIS — The state slots commission eased minority business participation goals for would-be casino developers in Baltimore and Western Maryland on Wednesday. The amendments approved by the Video Lottery Facility Location Commission remove specific minority, or MBE, benchmark figures from ...

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