Nottingham Construction Co. in Towson is the general contractor of an 18,000-square-foot building in White Marsh for Allstate Insurance Co. The building is at 8009 Corporate Drive.
Harkins Builders in Silver Spring recently completed a 90,000-square-foot, low-rise office building in Gaithersburg. Owned by Betty Brown Casey Trust, Butcher Meyers Polniaszek Silkey & Associates in Silver Spring designed the building.
The National Sports Daily, a sports newspaper, will be available in the Baltimore and the Washington area starting Wednesday.
Sharon Corbin, professor of nursing at Harford Community College, recently developed Curriculum Manager, a computer program that evaluates nursing school curriculum according to the standards of the National Council of Licensing Examination for Nurses.
Harford Day School in Bel Air is holding a ribbon-cutting Saturday for a 15,000-square-foot addition that contains classrooms and a multipurpose room.
Open for business
George W. Sasser & Sons Inc., a ceramic tile and marble supply and installation company, opened a showroom at 11409 Cronhill Drive, Suite K, in Owings Mills.
GE Consulting Services in Rockville, a subsidiary of General Electric Co., opened a PC Solution Center. The center provides PC support services for businesses. Jennifer Aitken is the manager.
HP Graphics, the design and art production division of Harbor Printing, opened at 33 S. Charles St. in Baltimore. Matt Christ is head of the company's team of designers.
The Resume Place Inc., a regional chain of companies that writes and designs resumes, opened a branch at 7330 Woodmont Ave. in Bethesda.
Eisner & Associates, a Baltimore-based advertising and communications firm, is creating advertisements for Minolta Corp.'s business-equipment dealers.
West & Brady Inc., a Greenbelt-based advertising and public relations firm, is representing Long Fence Co. in Capitol Heights.
The Blum Group, a Baltimore-based advertising agency, is representing Laurel Toyota/Jaguar, Kent Fisher Furs and Kent Fisher's Fur Outlet.
CMG Health in Owings Mills won a contract to provide mental health and substance-abuse services for US West employees.
Korean Arts and Language School of Baltimore is offering Saturday classes in Korean language, history, performing arts, and arts and crafts at Goucher College. The spring session begins Feb. 16. For information, call Allen Suh at 792-5000, ext. 8839.
C. E. "Ted" Peck was elected chairman of the University of Maryland Foundation board of directors. Mr. Peck is chairman and chief executive officer of the Ryland Group Inc., a Columbia-based homebuilding and mortgage financial-services company.
Signet Bank gave a $91,800 construction bridge loan to the Housing Assistance Corp. for the rehabilitation of School No. 148 in Baltimore. The loan will be used to cover the lag time between payment to the contractor and receipt of money from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Patricia A. Ensor was appointed to the Transition Advisory Committee, which is overseeing doctoral degree curriculum changes at the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy. Ms. Ensor is director of the Practice Management and Managed Care Department at the American Society of Hospital Pharmacists.
Maryland Motor Truck Association raised $3,730 at a golf tournament to benefit Penn-Mar Organization Inc., a group that helps developmentally disabled adults.
Patricia O'Campo was named chairwoman of the American Lung Association of Maryland's 1991 Smoke Free Family Campaign. The campaign will tell pregnant women about the harmful effects of smoking and second-hand smoke.
Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors is collecting non-perishable food through Dec. 31 for the Harvest for the Hungry food drive.
WIYY-Radio is holding a food drive marathon at Golden Ring Mall in Rosedale to benefit the Maryland Food Bank on Dec. 10.
Sandra S. Hillman was named an alumni fellow of the Pennsylvania State University College of Health and Human Development. Ms. Hillman is executive vice president of Trahan, Burden & Charles Advertising and Public Relations Inc.
AT&T; Family Care Development Fund gave $5,000 to Downtown Baltimore Child Care Inc. to support the organization's child-care center on the University of Maryland at Baltimore campus.
Century 21 Security Realty Co. in Baltimore raised $600 for Easter Seals.
James F. Rosner was named national volunteer of the year by the Association for Retarded Citizens. Mr. Rosner is a partner of the Towson law office of Whiteford, Taylor & Preston.
Maryland Communications Center in Baltimore received an award for craftsmanship from the Building Congress & Exchange of Metropolitan Baltimore for woodwork done by Walter Palmer and Rex Miller of the Connor Corp.
FRP Development Corp., a Towson-based commercial and industrial real estate developer, received an award for the Oregon Business Center from the Anne Arundel County Executive's 1990 Excellence in Beautification and Development Awards.
Doner Direct, the direct response division of W. B. Doner and Co. in Baltimore, won a Gold Echo Award from the Direct Marketing Association.
Events, etc., a special events planning and management company in Chevy Chase, won an award for magazine advertising from the Maryland Tourism Council.
Maryland Office of Tourism Development received an award from the Travel Industry Association of America for the "Schaefer on Location" television advertisements that were produced by Richardson, Myers and Donofrio, and Earle Palmer Brown advertising agencies.
Pete Chambliss, chief of international and domestic tourism marketing for the Maryland Office of Tourism Development, was named Travel Person of the Year by the Maryland Tourism Council.
J. Michael McWilliams received the Maryland volunteer of the year award from the Southern Industrial Development Council. Mr. McWilliams is a partner in the Baltimore law firm Tydings & Rosenberg.
Walpert, Smullian & Blumenthal, a Baltimore-based accounting firm, was named one of the top 50 medium-sized CPA firms by CPA Digest.
The Stenrich Group Inc., a Richmond, Va.-based marketing company, won two awards from the Direct Marketing Association.
The Kamber Group, a Washington-based public relations firm, won an award from the Council on International Nontheatrical Events for the documentary film "A Call to Courage," produced for the International Association of Fire Fighters.
Tele-Communications Association, Maryland Chapter, elected the following officers: Susan Bober of T. Rowe Price, president; Jeff Berryman of Monumental Life Insurance, vice president of programs; Al Sonberg of W. R. Grace & Co., vice president of membership; Marilyn Jones of The Rouse Co., vice president of education; Sue Nicely of Miles & Stockbridge, secretary; Chris Winter of Howard Community College, treasurer; Murray Oltman of Caterair International, government liaison officer; Jon Rood of the University of Maryland, public relations officer; Al Dembeck of RJO Enterprises Inc., chapter director; and Pat Pyles of Texas Instruments, parliamentarian.
American Society of Internal Medicine named Dr. J. Leonard Lichtenfeld a trustee. Dr. Lichtenfeld is a member of the staff of Baltimore County General Hospital.
Education Commission of the States named H. Mebane Turner chairman of the nominating committee. Mr. Turner is president of the University of Baltimore.
Maryland Society of Hospital Pharmacists named Richard Polhammer president-elect. Mr. Polhammer is director of pharmacy and materials for Sinai Hospital of Baltimore.
Maryland/Delaware Independent Automobile Dealers Association elected the following officers: Joseph Eikenberg Jr., president; Bill Fitzell, chairman; Bill Rozell, James Hebb, Herbert Cherner, Mario Clementoni, Robert L. Day, Gary Pusey and Fred Carey, vice presidents; and Joyce E. Brewer secretary/treasurer.
Maryland Society of Surveyors named William P. Higgs as president; John R. Witmer, vice president; James W. McKee, secretary; and Joel M. Leininger, treasurer.