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6400 York Rd
Baltimore, MD 21212   Directions

(410) 377-2222


Baltimore Business Journal
Baltimore Business Journal

36 S Charles St
Baltimore, MD 21201   Directions

(410) 576-1161


Wells Fargo agrees to $3B settlement for sales practice scandal
02/21/2020 4:30pm

Wells Fargo & Co. NYSE: WFC has agreed to pay $3 billion in a settlement reached with the United States Department of Justice and U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission.The settlement resolves criminal and civil investigations into faulty sales practices at Wells Fargos community bank from 2002 to 2016. Those practices involved cross-selling and unrealistic sales goals, which led employees to open as many as 3.5 million fake accounts without customers knowledge.The conduct at the core

Restaurant roundup: Dining changes at the Avenue at White Marsh, an update on Red Star in Fells Point
02/21/2020 2:28pm

Happy FridayThis week brought news of closings and new beginnings on the local bar and restaurant scene. We said goodbye to a fondue chain in Columbia and a farm-to-table spot in Clarksville. We also learned of a new chapter for a venerable Jewish deli and a modernized path forward for a 67-year-old Dundalk bar. Check the ICYMI section at the end of the column to get caught up. I also have news of comings and goings at the Avenue at White Marsh, an update on menu changes at Red Star and

LifeBridge expanding hospital incubator to house dozens more biotech startups
02/21/2020 1:55pm

The expanded incubator could allow 30 more biotechnology companies to be able to work on the hospital campus and share designated lab space.

Still time left to nominate for BBJ’s 2020 Leaders in Diversity Awards
02/21/2020 12:56pm

Businesses and nonprofits alike are increasingly expected to pay more attention to fostering inclusive workplaces, and the benefits of doing so are clear. A thriving organization employs people of all backgrounds, regardless of gender identity, sexual orientation, race, ethnicity or disability. It makes for a more desirable place to work overall, and can boost their reach to new customers or clients who share these values.For the third year, the Baltimore Business Journal is honoring those executives,

Reimagine Baltimore: Closing the skilled worker gap in Baltimore will take collaboration
02/21/2020 12:27pm

Nonprofits, agencies and companies are collaborating on job skills training.

Baltimore City Paper
Baltimore City Paper

501 N Calvert St
Baltimore, MD 21278   Directions

(410) 523-2222


Baltimore Jewish Times
Baltimore Jewish Times

11459 Cronhill Dr
Owings Mills, MD 21117   Directions

(410) 902-2300


Four College Scholarships for Jewish Students
02/21/2020 7:00am

Senioritis may be kicking in just about now for 17- and 18-year-olds, as the leaves come back and the birds start chirping and graduation is just a cherry blossom away. However, its vital to not let the excitement get in the way of greater opportunities. As college acceptance letters are opened, so too are doors The post Four College Scholarships for Jewish Students appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

A Pillar of Chesed Searches for a Gift
02/20/2020 4:23pm

If I am going to die, its good to have a warning and this might be a warning but it would be helpful to live longer, because my kids are amazing, and my grandkids are young, and I am not done guiding them. I am not done being a mom or a bubbe, The post A Pillar of Chesed Searches for a Gift appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

02/20/2020 3:18pm

This unidentified woman had her portrait taken at Bendann Studio, Baltimore, circa 1870. Can you identify anyone in this photo Contact Joanna Church, 443-873-5176 or jchurchjewishmuseummd.org. To see more of the Jewish Museums extensive collection and find out who has been identified in past photos, visit jewishmuseummd.org/tag/once-upon-a-time-2/.The post appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

The Inner Child Runs Wild at Summer Camps for Jewish Adults
02/20/2020 10:56am

A still summer lake, with a cool breeze flowing over it as a red morning sun stretches its fingers up over the trees. Birds chirping away as bunkhouses begin to empty of campers on the prowl for breakfast. The sound of soccer being played, obstacle courses being tackled, and mimosas being imbibed If this The post The Inner Child Runs Wild at Summer Camps for Jewish Adults appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

Cellphones at Camp: Yes, No, or Maybe So?
02/20/2020 10:34am

Campers have a lot of opinions when it comes to technology: Why TikTok is better than Vine, which filter is best on Instagram, and what the best apps are. Parents have opinions, too, on whether that screen will mush brains, how they need to reach their child 24/7, and on their childs independence. All these The post Cellphones at Camp: Yes, No, or Maybe So appeared first on Baltimore Jewish Times.

Maryland Public Television
Maryland Public Television

11767 Owings Mills Blvd
Owings Mills, MD 21117   Directions

(410) 356-5600


The  Daily Record
The Daily Record

200 St Paul Pl
Baltimore, MD 21202   Directions

(443) 524-8100



2519 N Charles St
Baltimore, MD 21218   Directions

(202) 332-0080


Togo Election Could See President Extend Family’s Long Rule
02/22/2020 7:04pm

By Didier Assogba and Lekan Oyekanmi The Associated Press The West African nation of Togo held a presidential election Feb. 22 that was expected to result in the incumbent winning a fourth term despite years of calls by the political opposition for new leadership. President Faure Gnassingbe became president in 2005 following the death of

Netflix Series Explores the Assassination of Malcolm X
02/22/2020 6:30pm

By Russell Contreras The Associated Press A new Netflix series is tackling questions around the 1965 assassination of civil rights icon Malcolm X. Who Killed Malcolm X dives into questions surrounding his accused killers and allegations of a botched investigation. The show available now on the streaming service comes as Feb. 23 marked the 55th

Man Guilty of Killing 2 Who Tried to Stop his Slurs on Train
02/22/2020 3:39pm

By The Associated Press A man accused of fatally stabbing two people who prosecutors say tried to stop his racist tirade against two young Black women on a Portland, Ore., commuter train was convicted of murder Feb. 21 after an emotional trial that featured testimony from both women and the sole survivor of the attack

02/22/2020 3:02pm

By Dwight Brown, NNPA News Wire Film Critic Theyre just kids. Trash talking. Ranting, joking and flirting. Hanging out in packs. Smoking blunts, twerking up on each other at dance parties and dabbling in sex. They think theyre grown. But theyre just punching above their weight. Ayanna Zora Howard, a 17-year-old Harlem resident, has dreams.

02/22/2020 1:57pm

By AFRO Staff In its 46th year, American Craft Show returns to Baltimore celebrating all things handmade The American Craft Show returns to the Baltimore Convention Center on February 21 23, 2020. The American Craft Show, in its 46th year, is a three-day celebration of all things craft. Attendees can shop crafts like youve

The Baltimore Sun
The Baltimore Sun

501 N Calvert St
Baltimore, MD 21278   Directions

(410) 332-6000


Baltimore launches plan to get to ‘zero waste,’ starting with closure of city trash incinerator
02/22/2020 6:20pm

A coalition of environmental and community groups and half a dozen Baltimore City Council members on Saturday launched a plan under which the city would strive to one day virtually eliminate waste, and, they say, create jobs and improve the community in the process. The plan includes straightforward...

An estimated 50 gallons of fuel oil spilled into Inner Harbor early Saturday, MDE official says
02/22/2020 12:41pm

A contractor is working to recover an estimated 50 gallons of fuel oil that spilled where the Jones Falls meets the Inner Harbor Saturday morning, according to the Maryland Department of the Environment. A U.S. Coast Guard contractor is using a vacuum truck to attempt to recover fuel at the site,...

Man shot in the head in Pigtown Saturday morning
02/22/2020 11:46am

A man was shot in the head in Pigtown Saturday morning, Baltimore Police said. Police said the shooting occurred at about 10:45 a.m. in the 1100 block of South Carey St. The victim was taken to a local hospital but police did not provide addition information about his condition. Southern District...

The Walbrook Mill project, near Coppin State, rises from a sawdust past
02/22/2020 7:38am

A few weeks after the Freddie Gray disturbances at North and Pennsylvania avenues in 2015, developer James Riggs deliberated whether he and his firm should embark upon a $21 million project to resurrect a beleaguered city block a mile away. I stepped back, considered all the bad publicity, and...

Money from Baltimore’s youth fund expected to begin flowing again soon, following months of delays
02/21/2020 5:02pm

More money from the Baltimore Children and Youth Fund is expected to begin flowing as early as next Friday, following months of delays that had some grassroots organizations worried about how they would stay afloat. Its been more than two years since the first grants were approved from the multimillion-dollar...


3800 Hooper Ave
Baltimore, MD 21211   Directions

(410) 467-3000


This Day in History: US troops raise the flag at Iwo Jima
02/23/2020 3:47am

On this day in 1945, Associated Press photographer Joe Rosenthal took the most famous photograph of World War II.

Bernie Sanders wins Nevada Democratic caucuses with wide lead over competitors
02/23/2020 3:46am

Bernie Sanders scored a resounding victory in Nevadas presidential caucuses on Saturday, cementing his status as the Democrats national front-runner.

For second time this week, person hit, killed by Mardi Gras float in New Orleans
02/22/2020 10:40pm

Tandem floats -- multiple floats connected by hitches -- have been banned for the rest of the festival after a second death at this years Mardi Gras.

Sanders on top: Key takeaways from Nevada caucuses
02/22/2020 8:51pm

Sen. Bernie Sanders won the Nevada caucus with a hefty lead. Can his rivals close the gap

Police need public's help locating missing 17-year-old girl
02/22/2020 8:10pm

Baltimore police said they need the publics help locating a missing 17-year-old girl.


2000 W 41st St
Baltimore, MD 21211   Directions

(410) 467-4545



3725 Malden Ave
Baltimore, MD 21211   Directions

(410) 578-7500


Navy Football Mourns Loss Of Offensive Guard David Forney, Midshipman Who Died On Campus Thursday
02/22/2020 9:40pm

The U.S. Naval Academy is mourning the loss of one of its own.

Police: 1 Person Killed, Another Injured After Double Shooting In Glen Burnie
02/22/2020 9:39pm

One person was killed and another person was injured after a double shooting in Anne Arundel County on Saturday.

2 Firefighters Injured Battling House Fire In Cecil County
02/22/2020 9:38pm

Two firefighters in Cecil County were injured Saturday afternoon battling a house fire in Elkton.

Hero’s Workout Held To Raise Money For Pierre Gibbons, Man Severely Injured Trying To Save Neighbor From House Fire
02/22/2020 9:37pm

A Heros Workout was held Saturday at CrossFit Catonsville to help raise money for Pierre Gibbons, the local man who ran into a burning home to save his neighbor.

New Brewing Company Opens Its Doors In Carroll County
02/22/2020 9:36pm

A new brewing company is now open in Eldersburg.

WUTB MyTV Baltimore
WUTB MyTV Baltimore

2000 W 41st St
Baltimore, MD 21211   Directions

(410) 467-4545


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