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Hunt Valley medical device firm names industry vet as CEO

SafeOp Surgical Inc., a private medical device company based in Hunt Valley, announced that its bringing in a 40-year industry veteran as its CEO. Gene Cattarina will join the company from Capsule Technologie Inc., a medical device integration solutions firm recently acquired by Qualcomm, where...

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    Local doctor pens children's book [Cockeysville]

    Local author, Dr. Peter Dans, has a new children's book out and it looks to be a terrific offering for young readers. "Sergeant Bill and His Horse Bob" is a charming look at Baltimore in the days when the waterfront was a bustling port that included the busiest intersection in the United States....

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    Multiple units respond to brush fire in Loch Raven Reservoir

    A brush fire that broke out in the Loch Raven Reservoir Friday afternoon has been extinguished, fire officials said announced at 5:48 p.m. Thirty units responded to the scene, from Baltimore County Fire Department, the Maryland Department of Natural Resources and the state's forest service, according...

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    Baltimore County, state bills aim to restrict parking in electric vehicle spaces

    Drivers in Baltimore County would face a $75 fine if they park a gas-fueled car in an electric vehicle charging space, under a bill passed by the County Council on March 21. The same day the resolution was passed, a similar bill, proposed by Del. Clarence Lam (D-District 12), was approved by the...

  • Kudos roll in for Dulaney High football players [Cockeysville]

    Kudos roll in for Dulaney High football players [Cockeysville]

    Football season may be over but the honors keep coming for some members of the Dulaney High School football team. Jonathan Comaromi was recognized as a scholar athlete by the Greater Baltimore Chapter of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of Fame at their 53rd annual awards dinner...

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