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Vincent Quayle knows the corrosive effect of foreclosures well, sitting as he does at the helm of a nonprofit group that helps homeowners in trouble. But he says the current foreclosure crisis is nothing compared to the damage wrought by the...
Wearing a purple-and-white tie and a gray suit, Feike Sijbesma, head of Dutch multinational conglomerate Royal DSM, was whisked from meeting to meeting at the Columbia headquarters of Martek Biosciences Corp. on a recent weekday. He had spoken to the...
Robert G. Wilmers, M&T Bank Corp.'s chairman and chief executive officer, has been leading the Buffalo, N.Y., bank's shopping spree in Maryland. After gaining a foothold in the state with the purchase of Allfirst Financial Inc. in 2003 (the same year...
A year ago, Washington marketing associate Tara Miller felt lucky just to have a job in her field. So while she wanted to work in Baltimore — where she could be closer to her boyfriend — Miller stayed put at her job in D.C. But by March of...
On July 3, 1925, the now out-of-print American Sentinel reported the Fourth of July was celebrated with baseball, a carnival hosted by the Westminster Fire Engine and Hose Company No. 1, a parade, a dance and a community dinner. "Saturday, July 4th, will...
The second of 17 Baltimore police officers charged with extortion in an alleged kickback scheme involving a towing company pleaded guilty in federal court on Tuesday, according to the Maryland U.S. attorney's office. Officer Jermaine Rice, 28, of...
As you read this, two starkly different visions of Maryland's energy future are clashing on a sidewalk outside the White House. One vision embraces the idea of developing clean-energy wind farms off the coast of Ocean City. Those wind farms could one day...
The Susquehanna River Basin Commission plans to launch a sediment study at Conowingo Dam by the end of this year, and warned the dam's ability to hold back pollution could be coming to an end. "This is something that has been talked about and talked...
The economy has thrown a major curve at the Y of Central Maryland's plan to build a new $12 million, 48,000-square-foot facility to replace its antiquated quarters at 600 W. Chesapeake Ave., in Towson. The Y had planned to sell its 17-acre property to...
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In the latest battle between the states, officials in Virginia and Maryland are squaring off over whose budget-balancing prowess is greater. First, after Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell announced his state ended the year with $544 million in cash, $234...
Since it opened in 1996, the Laurel Farmers Market has been a place where people come to buy fresh produce from Maryland farmers. Some of the farmers who set up stands in the market year after year are seen as old friends that customers see every...
Tags: Recipes, Pikesville, Apples, Tomatoes, Cucumbers
The city Board of Estimates selected a Maryland firm Wednesday morning to come up with a plan to make Baltimore's historic Edgar Allan Poe House self-sufficient by next July. The winning bid was submitted by Cultural Resources Management Group (CRMG),...
Tags: Edgar Allan Poe, Leesburg, Museums, Elections
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