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The second Eddie's of Roland Park store opened Sept. 22, 1992, so the store's 20th anniversary was actually last fall. But the store on North Charles Street is celebrating its 20th year officially April 13. "Spring is a nice time," owner Nancy Cohen...
Tags: Roland Park, Employees, Washington, DC, Judaism, Marketing
Nothing short of a miracle — or a sudden onset of rational behavior inside the Capital Beltway — is going to prevent mandatory, across-the-board federal spending cuts from going in effect Friday. It's also clear the public sector workforce...
A division of the World Bank Group announced Wednesday that it has invested $150 million in Laureate Education Inc., giving the international development organization a small stake in the Baltimore-based global higher education company. "It's an...
The state board that regulates Maryland pharmacies like the Massachusetts firm under investigation in a national fungal meningitis outbreak said it can adequately oversee so-called compounding pharmacies, despite cries from critics that the federal...
Tags: Hepatitis C , National Government, Steroids, Government, Standards
Five Carroll County residents, and three others, were recently inducted into the Green Terror Sports Hall of Fame at McDaniel College. The new inductees were formally announced at McDaniel's homecoming game on Nov. 3 against Susquehanna. The Sports Hall...
For more than 100 years, the first Monday in September — Labor Day — has included parades, picnics and most importantly, a day off from work. Labor Day differs from every other holiday in that it does not honor a specific person, group, or...
While many of her teenage peers were sunning at pools, shopping at malls or sleeping in, Ebe Inegbenebor was spending part of a recent summer day talking about concussions as the new student member of the Maryland State Board of Education. Inegbenebor, a...
The Susquehanna Workforce Network Inc. was awarded a comprehensive economic competitiveness grant that will provide training and employment services to more than 3,500 individuals in Cecil and Harford counties. The purpose of the grant is to increase the...
A new report being released today calls on the Baltimore region to rethink economic development, pointing to a worrying trend: a mounting share of low-wage jobs shutting more and more residents out of the middle class. The number of jobs in largely low-...
I'd love to see Baltimore grow, and if immigrants are the answer that's fine with me, as long as they're here legally ("Immigrants key to reaching mayor's population goal," Jan. 9). Yet no matter how hard the mayor tries to increase population, it will...
Tags: Stratford, Retraining, Immigration
Sun National StaffThird in a series MILWAUKEE, Wis. - Douglas Konecny loved everything about manufacturing. He loved the roar of the machines and the hum of the factory walls. The vibrations. The smells. Even the feel of the fans blowing against his damp skin on midsummer...
Commercial AppealThe Workforce Investment Network (WIN) will move all its 51 staff members into a former military facility on Beale at Danny Thomas. The agency that leads job training for the Memphis area is renovating the former U.S. Military Entrance Processing...
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