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Baltimore's favorite son Kurt L. Schmoke is still as humble, cerebral and education-minded as ever.
Veteran public relations and marketing executive Sandy Hillman joins The Sun's Business and Civic Hall of Fame.
The cerebral senator from Salisbury was Maryland's original policy wonk.
Abell Foundation President Robert C. Embry Jr. is being inducted into The Sun's Business and Civic Hall of Fame.
Otis Warren Jr. became the first African American to build an office building in Baltimore through tenacity and persistence.
The Baltimore Sun inducts retiring T. Rowe Price chairman Brian C. Rogers into the Business and Civic Hall of Fame.
The Stolers have used their fortune from their auto business to donate tens of millions of dollars to help local hospitals and other charities.
As an attorney, political operative and much more, Larry Gibson has influenced the political landscape of Baltimore and elsewhere, shaped the careers of many.
Former Notre Dame University of Maryland President Mary Pat Seurkamp joins The Sun's Business and Civic Hall of Fame.
The Sun inducts attorney John Frisch into its Business and Civic Hall of Fame.
Description of the Baltimore Sun Business and Civic Hall of Fame selection committee.
The Sun inducts filmmaker, author and actor John Waters into its Business and Civic Hall of Fame.
Baltimore Sun Media Publisher and Editor in Chief Trif Alatzas introduces the 2019 class of the Baltimore Sun's Business and Civic Hall of Fame.
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