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  • Helping businesses defend against cyber threats

    Helping businesses defend against cyber threats
    Analysts with the National Security Agency see the threats coming at corporate America: viruses, worms and other malware targeting the computer networks that serve the nation's banks, utilities and businesses. But the 64-year-old law that established the...
  • New insurance marketplaces require brokers

    A recent article in The Sun reported that "13 states will split grants totaling nearly $220 million to help set up health insurance exchanges" under the terms of the health care law. As officials in these states establish the marketplaces newly mandated...
  • Expanding nonprofit has positive partnership track record

    Expanding nonprofit has positive partnership track record
    Baltimore is a city full of potential to Nancy Welsh, the founder of the rapidly expanding North Carolina nonprofit Builders of Hope Inc. The nonprofit recently announced plans to rehabilitate 500 vacant homes near Johns Hopkins Hospital. Baltimore was a...
  • At cross purposes? Two city offices worked on phone plans

    As the Baltimore comptroller's office was seeking bids for a multimillion-dollar upgrade of the city government's telephone system last year, the mayor's technology office was buying about $500,000 worth of equipment that could be used for the same kind...
  • Hard work pays off for Orioles' Johnson with first All-Star selection

    Hard work pays off for Orioles' Johnson with first All-Star selection
    Jim Johnson's baseball dreams were born just off the banks of the Susquehanna River in the quaint upstate New York town of Endicott. The river flowed just past the left-field line of his high-school baseball field. With a population of about 13,000, it'...
  • New Grand Prix chief has been a big city contractor, campaign donor

    New Grand Prix chief has been a big city contractor, campaign donor
    Despite financing more than $140 million city contracts in the past 12 years, donating tens of thousands of dollars to Democratic candidates and being a member of Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake's inner circle, J.P. Grant III has largely avoided the...
  • Baltimore spending board votes down phone system contract

    Baltimore spending board votes down phone system contract
    Baltimore's Board of Estimates rejected Wednesday a $7.4 million contract with IBM for a new phone system that has been at the center of a City Hall turf war — a dispute that city officials said they would have to resolve before they could move...
  • Richard Nash Jr., businessman

    Richard Nash Jr., a retired businessman and avid boater, died Jan. 11 of pneumonia and heart failure at his winter home in Naples, Fla. The Towson resident was 82. The son of an IBM manager and a homemaker, Mr. Nash was born in Baltimore and raised on...
  • Crime Log: Vizio TV, Ugg boots among items stolen

    North Calvert Street 2800 block at 12:01 a.m. Dec. 20. front door kicked in attempted break-in. Dartmouth Road 800 block, between 7:45 a.m. and 10:15 p.m. Dec. 20. 42-inch Vizio TV, jewelry Ugg boots stolen from residence. Entry gained through front...
  • Howard families look to backyard chickens for eggs, companionship

    Howard families look to backyard chickens for eggs, companionship
    The Gallaghers still miss Betty White and wistfully recall how much the Silkie loved to be held. The hen, who was named after the 90-year-old celebrity because she was "ditsy and really out there" like many of the actress' TV characters, was killed by...
  • No air-conditioning, 'no rent'

    No air-conditioning, 'no rent'
    The heat wave may be over, but some residents of a north Baltimore apartment building are still hot about having no air conditioning for much of the summer. Now, they want to make management feel the heat. David Henry, a retired IBM worker, and his...
  • Black voters saw ballots as a part of history

    Black voters saw ballots as a part of history
    For hours, the Obama faithful sat in the pews of Baltimore's Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church, watching a large-screen television and waiting for the election results. When CNN announced that he had won, people ran down the sanctuary's aisles,...