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Baltimore Business Journal
36 S Charles St
Baltimore, MD 21201 Directions
Legislation that would create more flexibility in the relationship between brewers and beer distributors has made it to the floor of both chambers of the assembly and, as of Monday afternoon, appeared on track to pass in the House of Delegates.
Barcoding Inc. opened three new Canadian offices in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver. It also has a presence in Baltimore, Chicago, Houston and Seattle.
After more than six years at the bargaining table, Southwest Airlines and its group of more than 2,400 mechanics reached an agreement in principle on a new contract late Saturday, according to documents obtained by the Chicago Business Journal.The agreement includes an immediate 20 percent increase in base wage effective April 1. It also includes3 percent base salary increases on Aug. 16 of each year from 2019 through 2023.The new agreement, if approved by rank-and-file mechanics, would
Shares of the Boeing Co. were trading lower Monday morning following a report that U.S. authorities are investigating the certification process for the companys troubled 737 MAX jet.According to a report from the Wall Street Journal on Sunday, federal prosecutors and officials at the U.S. Department of Transportation are looking into the process through which the Federal Aviation Administration approved the new Boeing narrow-body aircraft.The WSJ reports that the Department of Transportation
A quarter of the schools in this years NCAA mens basketball tournament will be donning the Under Armour logo on their uniforms, a new high for the Baltimore sportswear maker.Under Armour has 17 schools in the 68-team field, a gain of seven from the 10 teams the company outfitted in last years Big Dance, according to Apex Marketing Group. Nike Inc. continued its dominance with 40 teams, including all four of the tournaments No. 1-seeded teams. Beaverton, Oregon-based Nike had 47 teams in last
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
On March 16, 2019, Elaine Schechter nee Ganeles, beloved mother of James Sandy Schechter, Wayne Carol Gold Schechter and Scott Cantor Nancy Ginsberg Schechter devoted sister Lois Kaplan and the late Paul Ganeles loving grandmother of Stephanie, Samuel, David and Michael Schechter. Funeral services will be held at First Hebrew Congregation, Peekskill, New York, on... Read MoreThe post SCHECHTER appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.
On March 15, 2019, Herman Rubenstein, devoted husband of Elizabeth Rubenstein nee Shay loving father of Jon Rubenstein, Carol Rubenstein and Craig Sarah Rubenstein adored grandfather of Jake Rubenstein, Luke Rubenstein, Nick Emma Jaeger, Kyla Rubenstein, Tess, Harry and Becky Kazenoff and Anna, Reid and Lita Rubenstein cherished son of the late Eleanor and Harry... Read MoreThe post RUBENSTEIN appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.
On March 15, 2019, Robert Rosenthal, devoted brother of Karen Fisher dear son of the late Leonard and Mary Rosenthal. Funeral services and interment will be held at Bobroisker Beneficial Circle Cemetery, Rosedale on Tuesday, March 19, at 10 a.m. Please omit flowers.The post ROSENTHAL appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.
On March 16, 2019, Maurice I. Chic Paper, beloved husband of Cecile Paper nee Goldberg cherished father of Sherman Bucky Karen Paper, Howard Robbin Paper and the late Stuart Paper loving brother of the late Joseph and Anne G. Paper beloved son of the late Ida and William Paper adored grandfather of Julie Tony Warren,... Read MoreThe post PAPER appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.
On March 17, 2019, Evelyn Polansky nee Freeman, of South Palm Beach, Florida, passed away peacefully. She was born in Baltimore, the daughter of Eli and Augusta Freeman nee Sachs and the sister of Norma Freeman. She was married to her beloved, Harry, for 47 years, until his passing in 1993. In Baltimore she taught... Read MoreThe post POLANSKY appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.
2519 N Charles St
Baltimore, MD 21218 Directions
Rajesh Balkrishnan, University of Virginia and Randy A. Jones, University of Virginia The Conversation is an independent and nonprofit source of news, analysis and commentary from academic experts. THE CONVERSATION African-American men have the highest risk of being diagnosed with prostate cancer as well as dying from it compared to any other ethnic group in
By The Associated Press ALBANY, N.Y. AP Black women in New York state are two to three times more likely to die during childbirth compared to White women. The finding comes from a report released Tuesday by a state task force on maternal mortality. The report recommends better hospital training on racial disparities and
By ELIAS MESERET Associated Press ADDIS ABABA, Ethiopia AP Thousands mourned the Ethiopian plane crash victims on Sunday, accompanying 17 empty caskets draped in the national flag through the streets of the capital as some victims relatives fainted and fell to the ground. The service came one day after officials began delivering bags of
By SELENE SAN FELICE, The Capital ANNAPOLIS, Md. AP A tobacco pipe found along Generals Highway could connect people with African ancestors who were enslaved in Anne Arundel. Archaeologists from the Maryland Department of Transportation State Highway Administration sent four clay tobacco pipe stems they found along with thousands of artifacts in the slave
By SAMY MAGDY Associated Press CAIRO AP Hundreds of Sudanese took part in anti-government protests in the capital and other cities on Sunday as the government announced it had secured $300 million in loans to address the economic crisis that triggered the unrest. The demonstrations began in December over price hikes and food shortages,
The Baltimore Sun
501 N Calvert St
Baltimore, MD 21278 Directions
Maybe no player in Ravens history symbolized the toughness of the organization more than former defensive tackle Haloti Ngata, who announced his retirement Monday after 13 seasons in the NFL, including nine in Baltimore. The Ravens already have two players who have been inducted into the Pro Football...
Mayor Catherine Pugh resigned Monday from the University of Maryland Medical Systems board of directors amid intense scrutiny over the systems contracting practices and as Baltimore school officials acknowledged that 8,700 copies of childrens books the medical system purchased from her are...
Emma Kleinberg is going to Hollywood. The 2015 John Carroll School graduate who grew up in Bel Air sang American Privilege by Allen Stone for her American Idol audition in October that aired Monday night on ABC. Kleinbergs parents, Allen and Kim, watched from their Bel Air home as their...
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan on Monday blasted lawmakers in the Democratic-controlled General Assembly, accusing them of spending recklessly and siding with violent criminals. In confrontational comments made at a pivotal moment in the legislative session the day lawmakers rushed to pass bills from...
Federal prosecutors want a year in prison for former Baltimore Police Commissioner Darryl De Sousa for engaging in serial tax fraud for almost a decade that was encouraged by other officers. In a sentencing memorandum filed Friday, the prosecutors who are also handling the Gun Trace Task Force...
3800 Hooper Ave
Baltimore, MD 21211 Directions
Democratic presidential candidate John Delaney answered questions from voters Tuesday in New Hampshire.
See Delaneys biography and learn more about his background.
See a more traditional town-hall style format where the voters primarily ask questions of the candidate.
See a continued question-and-answer segment involving Delaney and the voters.
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WJZ CBS 13
3725 Malden Ave
Baltimore, MD 21211 Directions
Tuesday will bring slightly milder air and plenty of sunshine to help warm us up a few degrees higher than Monday.
Those advocating for Baltimore City Schools Police to carry weapons on campus vow to continue their fight after Governor Larry Hogan lashed out at lawmakers who killed the measure.
The vehicle was searched, and police found marijuana, THC oil, three baggies of methamphetamine, a crack pipe, a methamphetamine pipe and various prescription pills.
A 22-year-old man was shot in the arm Monday afternoon, in the third shooting of the day, police said.
A 10 day crime spree gave a violent repeat offender $4,000 in cash and stolen property. She is now sentenced to 25 years in prison, a judge said Monday.
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