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Baltimore Business Journal
36 S Charles St
Baltimore, MD 21201 Directions
T. Rowe Price Group Inc. saw its profit and revenue exceed Wall Street expectations in the first quarter after the stock market recovered from a rough December.The Baltimore-based money manager reported earnings of $512.6 million, or $2.09 per share, in the first quarter. Thats up 13 percent from $453.7 million, or $1.77 per share, in the year-ago quarter. On an adjusted basis T. Rowe Prices net income rose 3.4 percent in the quarter to $460.6 million, or $1.87 per share, compared to $445.6
Good morning BaltimoreToday will be a little cooler than yesterday but still sunny with temperatures peaking around 75 degrees. Now, lets get to the news. In an interview yesterday, acting Mayor Bernard C. Jack Young said he would hate to see what it would look like if Mayor Catherine Pugh returned to her duties as the head of the city. His comments came after Young expressed his frustration with not knowing more about Pughs plans to return from a leave of absence, which she announced
The new location will join existing studios in Hunt Valley and Harbor East.
Bank of America Corp. says it is on track to surpass its hiring goals in low- to middle-income communities.The bank said it has hired about 4,700 employees from these areas over the last year and a half to work in its consumer and small-business division. The hiring initiative is part of Bank of Americas Pathways program, which works with nonprofits in various locations to determine those best suited to participate in this latest jobs push. Eligible employees are determined by ZIP code, rather
Amanda Johnson is putting a new spin on her family business. Johnson, a Bel Air native, spent the past 12 years working in Burger King restaurants operated by her family. Her father, Tom Herman, owns 13 of the fast food franchises in the Baltimore area. Now shes branching out with plans to open some restaurants of her own. But rather than focusing on fast food, Johnson is shifting her attention to salads. She recently signed an agreement with Saladworks to open six locations of the fast-casual
Baltimore City Paper
501 N Calvert St
Baltimore, MD 21278 Directions
Charlie Herrick illustrations
When I first moved to Baltimore, my wife and I would walk up Park Avenue and I would point at the brownstone that hosted the old City Paper offices. Im going to work there, I would say. When I finally did, I felt like I had been Babe Ruth calling my home run. Id grown up on alt-weeklies, buying...
Photos from City Paper photographer and reporterReginald Thomas II.
Current and former staff members of theCity Paper reflect on the end of publication in the Nov. 1, 2017 issue.
City Paper photo editor J.M. Giordano shares four photos from his favorite stories hes worked on.
Baltimore Jewish Times
11459 Cronhill Dr
Owings Mills, MD 21117 Directions
JERUSALEM Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wants a new community on the Golan Heights named for Donald Trump. The announcement on April 22 comes a month after the U.S. president signed a proclamation recognizing Israels sovereignty over the strategic heights, which Israel captured from Syria during the Six-Day War in 1967 and annexed in... Read MoreThe post Netanyahu Wants to Name a New Golan Heights Community after Trump appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.
If official exit polls from Ukraines presidential elections are to be believed, that country is set to become the only one in the world, besides Israel, whose president and prime minister are both Jewish. Comedian Volodymyr Zelenskys dramatic lead in April 21 exit polls in many of them he receivedmore than 73 percent of... Read MoreThe post Both Ukraine PM and President Are Jews appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.
Blue Water Baltimore, Baltimore Hebrew Congregation, Chizuk Amuno Congregation and Del. Dana Stein D-District 11 are hosting Upstream Downstream: A Watershed Social, on Tuesday, May 7, from 6-8 p.m. at Baltimore Hebrew Congregation, 7401 Park Heights Ave. in Pikesville. The event will be hosted by David and Laurence Weis, Rabbi Nina Beth Cardin, Dawna Cobb,... Read MoreThe post BWB Watershed Social set for BHC appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.
On April 22, 2019, Ruth Taubman nee Singer, beloved wife of the late Robert M. Taubman loving mother of Nechamah Chaim Highkin, Lawrence Patricia Taubman, Ron Catharine Taubman and Maleah Moshe Spinell devoted daughter of the late Leah and Max Singer adored grandmother of 12, cherished great-grandmother of 50 and loving great-great grandmother of 10... Read MoreThe post TAUBMAN appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.
On April 22, 2019, Leonard Lenny Pearlman, beloved husband of Natalee Pearlman nee Schnitzer and the late Marilyn Pearlman nee Greenfeld devoted father of Chari Lee Mellner, Stuart Pearlman, Dr. Lee Pearlman Dr. Cheryl Weiner, Joseph Edee Schnitzer, Dr. David Cindy Schnitzer and Barry Schnitzer dear brother of the late William Pearlman and Beatrice Shulman... Read MoreThe post PEARLMAN appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.
2519 N Charles St
Baltimore, MD 21218 Directions
By Sean Yoes,AFRO Baltimore Editor There are thousands of people in Baltimore, many of them among the most disenfranchised communities of the city, who dread this week because they will have to bid farewell to Chief Melvin Russell, a man who embodied the term public servant as a member of the Baltimore Police Department BPD,
By Chief Melvin Russell To my dearest Baltimore and her supporters, Over the last week some of you have heard of my leaving my beloved Baltimore Police Department BPD. I want to start this note to you by saying that I love my city. It is The Village that I am proud of. This is
By Juan A. Lozano,The Associated Press A technology company was almost ready to bring up to 300 new jobs to Jasper, Texas, but in the final stages of recent negotiations, a potential deal-breaker emerged: the communitys history as the place where three White men dragged a Black man behind a pickup, killing him. The 1998
By Ivan Moreno,The Associated Press In some ways, Kalan Haywood is a typical 19-year-old: His spare time is spent eating out with friends, going to movies, bowling and binge-watching Netflix. Not that Haywood has much time on his hands now that hes a state lawmaker Wisconsins youngest. The Milwaukee teenagers days in the Legislature
The Baltimore Sun
501 N Calvert St
Baltimore, MD 21278 Directions
Acting Baltimore Mayor Bernard C. Jack Young says hes fired three aides with ties to Mayor Catherine Pugh. A spokesman for Young confirmed Wednesday that the aides are Gary Brown Jr., Poetri Deal and Afra Vance-White. Lester Davis said they were terminated because their services werent needed....
The Archdiocese of Baltimore has added the names of 23 deceased priests and religious brothers to its online database of clergy members accused of child sexual abuse, signaling a revision in policy on dealing with cases that come to the dioceses attention only after an accused individual has died....
As he considers a run for president, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan spoke Tuesday to an influential crowd of about 100 business and political leaders in New Hampshire and, after the speech, criticized Donald Trump, calling a federal investigations findings into the presidents conduct disturbing...
The warrior creed goes leave no soldier behind. This is the mission of Fort Meade Army Reserves lawyer Deirdre Hendrick and Navy Petty Officer First Class Alice Ashton in their effort to save as many careers as they can of the thousands of fellow transgender military members left behind in the...
On Thursday, the Ravens will enter the first round of the NFL draft honoring the franchises most time-honored offseason tradition: Yup, they still need a wide receiver. For most of the 23 years since the Ravens were established in Baltimore, the team has lacked a dominant, game-breaking wideout....
3800 Hooper Ave
Baltimore, MD 21211 Directions
The Baltimore Ravens have agreed to a contract extension with kicker Justin Tucker.
Three top aides to Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh who were put on paid leave have received termination letters, Ex-Officio Mayor Jack Young said.
The father of 5-year-old Andrew AJ Freund calmly reported the Illinois boy missing last week. Police have determined its unlikely the child was abducted or walked away.
Camden and Smudge visit on International Guide Dog Day
A Baltimore County councilman blames Baltimore City residents for Sundays disturbance at Eastpoint Mall.
WJZ CBS 13
3725 Malden Ave
Baltimore, MD 21211 Directions
This means Baltimore will be keeping Tucker around at least through the 2023 season.
Rep. Elijah Cummings, D-Md, released a committee staff report on the prices of diabetes drugs for seniors and the uninsured in Marylands 7th Congressional District.
Robert Mitchell, 79, is believed to be driving a 2016 gray Toyota Corolla 4D, with MD tags 1DS4061.
At least 156 people in 10 states have been infected with E. coli after eating tainted ground beef at home and in restaurants, federal officials said.
Jurors have resumed deliberating in the trial of a wealthy stock trader charged with murder in the fire death of a man who was helping him dig tunnels for a nuclear bunker beneath a Maryland home.
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