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  • Is Maryland headed for a wave of bank mergers?

    Is Maryland headed for a wave of bank mergers?
    In less than a week, three bank acquisitions, one involving the parent of Baltimore County Savings Bank, have been announced in the Mid-Atlantic region. The burst of activity suggests the start of a long-anticipated wave of mergers. "The industry...
  • Baltimore County Savings Bank joins downtown Bel Air

    Baltimore County Savings Bank celebrated joining Downtown Bel Air May 18 with the grand opening event of a new Bel Air branch. As a community bank serving Harford County since 1975, the bank renewed its commitment to the Bel Air community with its new...
  • George W. Bauernschmidt, banker

    George W. Bauernschmidt, banker
    George W. Bauernschmidt Jr., a retired banker and avid gardener, died June 19 of multiple system atrophy at his Severna Park home. He was 89. The son of Rear Adm. George W. Bauernschmidt Sr. and Maude Pearce, a homemaker, George William Bauernschmidt...
  • Edward Trail Mathias, banker

    Edward Trail Mathias, banker
    Edward Trail Mathias, a retired banker and longtime denizen of Bolton Hill, died June 17 from complications of a stroke at the Blakehurst retirement community in Towson. He was 85. The son of Charles McCurdy Mathias, a lawyer, and Theresa Mcelfresh Trail...
  • Marylanders aren't shy about complaining

    Marylanders aren't shy about complaining
    Marylanders are big complainers. At least when it comes to the financial services they receive. Maryland ranked No. 2 in the nation in mortgage complaints per capita, second only to New Hampshire, for grievances lodged with the Consumer Financial...
  • Second time's a charm for Catonsville home

    Second time's a charm for Catonsville home
    The sale of 201 Beaumont Ave., a house on a quiet, tree-lined side street in Catonsville, is a good example in today's housing market that a little work goes a long way toward buyer and seller satisfaction. Marybeth Brohawn, an agent with Coldwell...
  • Details about Edward Snowden's life in Maryland emerge

    Details about Edward Snowden's life in Maryland emerge
    Edward Joseph Snowden, the government contractor who revealed the National Security Agency's massive telephone- and Internet-surveillance program, has left few public clues about his life growing up in Crofton and Ellicott City. Snowden, 29, attended...
  • Free admission to American Visionary Art Museum for BofA customers

    Free admission to American Visionary Art Museum  for BofA customers
    With temperatures in the 90s, what better time to visit an air-conditioned museum? Bank of America cardholders are entitled to free admission this weekend, June 1 and 2,  at the American Visionary Art Museum.  The bank, in fact, will pick up the...
  • Bel Air High's Esposito wins Golden Apple education award

    Shannon Esposito, a biomedical sciences lead teacher at Bel Air High School, is the winner of the 2013 Annual Golden Apple Plus Education $1,000 Award, Freedom Federal Credit Union announced. The annual competition drew 58 entries this year from all over...
  • Peggy Stewart House for sale in Annapolis

    Peggy Stewart House for sale in Annapolis
    Tucked away in the state's capital, adjacent to the Naval Academy, sits the Peggy Stewart House, a historic house that played an important role in the American Revolution and was home at different times to a signer of the Constitution and a signer of...
  • Gang signs spray-painted on baseball fields in Aberdeen {Harford police blotter)

    Aberdeen Maryland State Police and Sheriff's Office report: Djbril Ramatoulay, 21, of the 700 block of West Bel Air Avenue, was charged Tuesday with failing to appear in court for a case in which he was found guilty of failing to obey a police order...
  • Pre-paid cards, phones and codes are inmates' currency

    Pre-paid cards, phones and codes are inmates' currency
    In the black market of Maryland's prisons and jails, where the right price can secure cellphones and drugs, transactions unfold through a complex system of currency. Among the key elements: 14-digit codes, prepaid debit cards and text messages. One...