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A defense attorney cautioned Tuesday against a "rush to judgment" as a Baltimore police officer is investigated for his conduct following a 13-year-old girl's fatal shooting. Officer John A. Ward was suspended by the agency more than a week ago after...
When established in 1935, Social Security made its first payments to Americans age 65. These first recipients never contributed and were paid from contributions made by younger Americans. Those Americans and successive generations believed their...
The prospective new owners of the Baltimore Jewish Times took over Washington Jewish Week nearly two years ago and made an array of changes to the publication, which had just turned 80 years old. They redesigned the tabloid, revamped the website and...
The likely new owner reassured staffers of the Baltimore Jewish Times on Monday that nothing will change in the 93-year-old weekly's commitment to reporting on the local community. Louis Mayberg met with employees around lunchtime at the Park Avenue...
A key creditor in the bankruptcy of the Baltimore Jewish Times and Style Magazine publisher has become the third bidder for the firm, raising the prospect of new ownership that the current chief executive officer said would be "a real tragic end to this...
The new face in the office of the publisher of the Baltimore Jewish Times and Style Magazine is Zvi Guttman, a man in a black yarmulke, white shirt, dark tie and black suspenders who settled into the conference room Monday, opened his laptop and began the...
A trustee will run Alter Communications Inc., publisher of the Baltimore Jewish Times, a U.S. Bankruptcy Court judge ordered late Friday after determining the company had exhausted all avenues to reorganize under Chapter 11. U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge...
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The publisher of the Baltimore Jewish Times and its key creditor have been given until Friday morning to file a plan to get the company out of bankruptcy or face a hearing on a motion to appoint a trustee to run the business. Alter Communications Inc.,...
Two competing plans to take the Baltimore Jewish Times' publisher out of bankruptcy have been taken off the table, and talks continued Tuesday between the company and a key creditor after a judge approved an emergency cash infusion. Alter...
The accusations are swirling through the wine world faster than cabernet in a crystal goblet. A London wine blogger alleges that a Spanish contact for the esteemed Maryland-based publication The Wine Advocate asked wineries for money in exchange for a...
Tags: Spain, Restaurants, Social Media, Arthritis, Baltimore County
It my be just a hiccup for the holidays, but the Towson Arts Collective is breathing some shopping spirit into the vacant Towson Commons building. The nonprofit arts collective is staging a sale of art works and collectibles — dubbed the "Off the...
Erica Carter's move from Pasadena to Baltimore was difficult, she said, not because of the lack of housing options, but because many places would not allow her pit bull Bailey. Though Carter has settled into a rental near Patterson Park, she said the...
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