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  • Rummel, Klepper and Kahl acquires Miami engineering firm

    Rummel, Klepper and Kahl acquires Miami engineering firm

    The Baltimore-based engineering firm Rummel, Klepper & Kahl announced Wednesday it had acquired the assets of a Miami-based Tamayo Engineering. The acquisition of Tamayo, with 70 employees in four offices in Miami, Lakeland, Orlando and Tampa, will bolster RK&K's offerings in Florida. Tamayo offers...

  • Comptroller stops processing tax returns from 11 more preparers

    Comptroller stops processing tax returns from 11 more preparers

    Comptroller Peter Franchot on Tuesday said his office has stopped processing electronic and paper tax filings from 11 more tax preparation businesses at 14 locations in Maryland, citing "a high volume of questionable returns." Franchot's office said the suspensions were based on the presence of...

  • Troubled teen turned savvy business owner expands her Mount Vernon salon

    Troubled teen turned savvy business owner expands her Mount Vernon salon

    Her family torn apart by drugs, Rosalind Holsey learned to fend for herself early on, separated from her mother as a child in West Baltimore, living in a foster home, bouncing from place to place as a teenage runaway. Shut out of cosmetology at a high school vocational center, she found herself...

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  • Stoop Storytelling at 10: Revisiting three impactful Baltimore stories

    Stoop Storytelling at 10: Revisiting three impactful Baltimore stories

    If you've sat in the audience and listened to the stranger-than-fiction stories, chances are you'll never forget them. There's the medical intern who witnessed her first death. The man who "fished" for rats in Baltimore alleys. The Baltimore business owner, a new U.S. citizen — and former illegal...

  • Pigtown's Breaking Bread doesn't just wing it

    Pigtown's Breaking Bread doesn't just wing it

    You could say Kimberly Ellis' dream to own a restaurant took flight over her sticky wings. She and her husband, Edward, started selling their popular sweet and spicy drumettes at farmers' markets and providing them at catering jobs. Kimberly Ellis eventually left her position as a community manager...

  • Catching up with violinist Joshua Bell, the BSO's centennial guest artist

    Catching up with violinist Joshua Bell, the BSO's centennial guest artist

    The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is, quite rightly, the primary star of Thursday's centennial concert at Meyerhoff Symphony Hall — 100 years to the day since the ensemble debuted. But a little extra star power doesn't hurt. Joining music director Marin Alsop and the BSO will be one of the most...

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  • Compromise needed at Northwood Plaza

    Compromise needed at Northwood Plaza

    It's not unusual for big redevelopment projects to run into opposition that no one quite saw coming. That's what seems to have happened to Morgan State University's ambitious plan to revitalize a dilapidated shopping center adjacent to its northeast Baltimore campus. The school had hoped to build...

  • 'Risk adjustment' threatens Obamacare

    'Risk adjustment' threatens Obamacare

    The single biggest threat to the survival of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) is not the Republican-led legislative effort to repeal it. Nor is it inadequate enrollment. It is inaction by the administration's own agency that is tasked with implementing Obamacare: the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid...

  • Televising trials: in the public good?

    Televising trials: in the public good?

    The trial of Baltimore Police Officer William Porter generated worldwide publicity, and more than 100 journalists vied for a courthouse seat. Yet despite all the coverage, misconceptions and inaccuracies about the trial continue unabated, feeding public anxiety. Many believe that Officer Porter...

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  • O'Malley campaign secures public cash before dropping out

    O'Malley campaign secures public cash before dropping out

    When Martin O'Malley decided in November to rely on public financing for his struggling presidential campaign, he was tossing a Hail Mary with a federal program that watchdog groups say is in need of a major overhaul. The former Maryland governor was also ensuring he could pay off his debts when...

  • Washington suburbs dominated record Powerball drawing sales

    Washington suburbs dominated record Powerball drawing sales

    A beer and wine store in Montgomery County sold the most tickets of any of Maryland's 4,481 lottery retailers during the Powerball roll that ended with a record jackpot, according to state records. Retailers in the Washington suburbs dominated state sales as players sought a share of a jackpot...

  • Senator's second bite at veto apple called legal

    Senator's second bite at veto apple called legal

    When the House of Delegates voted to override Gov. Larry Hogan's veto of a bill to speed restoration of felons' voting rights last month, Del. Craig Zucker of Montgomery County cast one of the 85 votes needed. When the same bill comes up in the state Senate this week, Zucker — sworn in as a senator...

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