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Reenergized women’s commissions aim to strengthen women’s voices
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When Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott put out a call for applications to serve on the city’s women’s commission, it wasn’t clear how much interest there would be. But when the applications rolled in by mid-April, the city’s Chief Equity Officer Dana P. Moore, and director of the Office of Equity and Civil Rights, was surprised ... The post...
Baltimore will host AAU Junior Olympics in 2028, 2032, Mayor Scott announces
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Mayor Brandon Scott announced Friday that Baltimore City will host the Amateur Athletic Union Junior Olympic Games in 2028 and 2032.
Scott fires back at Hogan over crime policy criticism
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Mayor Brandon Scott says the governor is playing "publicity games" instead of helping Baltimore solve the problem of violent crime. The post Scott fires back at Hogan over crime policy criticism first appeared on Maryland Daily Record.
Jasmine Gorss | BCPS
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The Arc Baltimore presented its annual School Inclusion Award to Jasmine Gorss, a teaching assistant with Baltimore County Public Schools, during its 2022 Annual Meeting and Awards Reception. The School Inclusion Award is given to a teacher, administrator, support personnel, or other education professional who has demonstrated excellence in...
Sparrows Point – then and now
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I came to Baltimore in 1970 to work at the Regional Planning Council, a predecessor of today’s Baltimore Metropolitan Council. My work was as part of a team analyzing the demographic and economic trends shaping the region consisting of Baltimore City and the five surrounding counties. As part of our studies, we tracked the major ... The post...
Hogan calls for update from mayor on Baltimore crime plan
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Gov. Larry Hogan renewed criticisms of Baltimore Mayor Brandon Scott's efforts to reduce violent crime. The post Hogan calls for update from mayor on Baltimore crime plan first appeared on Maryland Daily Record.
GBC approves merger, says goodbye to its longtime CEO
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The Greater Baltimore Committee Wednesday night approved a merger with another regional advocacy group, said farewell to its longtime CEO and appointed an interim leader amid its national search for a permanent chief. The merger between the GBC and the Economic Alliance of Greater Baltimore is designed to create a single resource to accelerate...
ESTATE OF TYRENKA DORSEY v. KAPLAN HIGHER EDUCATION CORPORATION
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Civil litigation — Arbitration award — Pre-judgment interest The Estate of Tyrenka Dorsey, appellant, appeals from an order of the Circuit Court for Baltimore City denying Ms. Dorsey’s motion to alter or amend the court’s earlier order denying her “Request for Unpaid Balance From Respondent Of Arbitration Award” (“Request”) in which...
MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL OF BALTIMORE v. JASON GREGORY GUEST
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Torts — Motor torts — Liability This case concerns an automobile accident in which the driver suffered extensive injuries, allegedly as a result of the negligence of two joint tortfeasors: Baltimore County and Baltimore City. The driver reached an agreement to settle his claim against Baltimore County for $380,000. The driver then brought a...
WYPR receives 3 2022 regional Edward R. Murrow Awards
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Your Public Radio (WYPR), Baltimore’s NPR news station, was honored with three Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA) 2022 Regional Edward R. Murrow Awards, in the Large Market Radio categories of “Continuing Coverage,” “Hard News” and “Excellence in Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.” The “Continuing Coverage” category...
Md. high court answers for borrower on ‘unique’ damages question
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Maryland’s top court faced what one judge called a "unique" case as it answered a federal judge’s question this month regarding the appropriate calculation of damages in Maryland commercial law litigation. The post Md. high court answers for borrower on ‘unique’ damages question first appeared on Maryland Daily Record.
Baltimore County industrial space sold for $10.34M
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MacKenzie Commercial Real Estate Services LLC brokered the sale of 1407 Parker Road, a single-story building containing 103,640 square feet of industrial/warehouse space in Halethorpe for $10.34 million, the company announced Tuesday. The transaction also includes an adjacent .58-acre parcel on 1441 Knecht Ave. that is suitable for vehicular...
House GOP assails Frosh for less litigious ‘zeal’ with Biden than Trump
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Maryland House Republicans assailed the state’s Democratic attorney general Monday for not suing President Joe Biden with the same gusto he took on President Donald Trump in court for federal actions perceived to harm the state or its residents. The GOP House Caucus’ letter to Brian E. Frosh recounted the attorney general’s lawsuits after the...
22-year-old killed in Saturday morning shooting, Baltimore police say
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A 22-year-old man was killed following a shooting early Saturday in Baltimore’s Sharp-Leadenhall neighborhood, Baltimore City police said.
IN THE MATTER OF THE PETITION OF CLIFF RANSOM, ET AL.
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Real property — Historic preservation — Rooftop deck These appeals assert the right of appellants, Cliff Ransom and 17 other individuals (collectively “Ransom”) — neighbors who live within sight and sound of historic property under preservation easement—to challenge separate approvals from the Maryland Historical Trust (“Trust”),...
In Dorchester, candidate’s saga as Baltimore prosecutor attracts little scrutiny
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As a candidate for state’s attorney in Dorchester County, Molly Fox touts her past experience prosecuting criminal cases in Baltimore. Her campaign website doesn’t mention, however, the unusual circumstances that surrounded her departure from the office of Baltimore’s top prosecutor. Fox, who then went by her maiden name, Molly Webb, left the...
Judge sides with Mosby on keeping document sealed in federal perjury case
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A federal judge has ruled that Baltimore State’s Attorney Marilyn Mosby can keep under seal a document that several local news organizations sought to open to the public in Mosby’s federal criminal case. U.S. District Judge Lydia Kay Griggsby found that information contained in the document could harm Mosby’s right to a fair trial if ... The...
Md. high court upholds subpoena of overdose data from Baltimore fire department
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A Baltimore grand jury may subpoena the city’s fire department for nearly 18 months' worth of opioid overdose response records, Maryland’s top court ruled. The post Md. high court upholds subpoena of overdose data from Baltimore fire department first appeared on Maryland Daily Record.
DERRICK S. TAYLOR v. STATE OF MARYLAND
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Criminal procedure — Illegal sentence — Felony murder Appellant, Derrick Taylor, appeals from an order issued by the Circuit Court for Baltimore City denying his Motion to Correct Illegal Sentence and Request for Rehearing. He presents two questions for our review … Read the opinion The post DERRICK S. TAYLOR v. STATE OF MARYLAND first...
Kirsten Gettys Downs | HPRP
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Kirsten Gettys Downs was named executive director of the Homeless Persons Representation Project Inc. (HPRP), a nonprofit in Baltimore with a mission to end homelessness in Maryland. Downs joins the nonprofit with more than 10 years of experience in organizational management and strategic planning through her involvement with national, statewide...
Patrick Short | Franklin & Prokopik
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Patrick Short has joined the workers’ comp team in the Baltimore office of Franklin & Prokopik. Before joining F&P, Short was an assistant state’s attorney for the Baltimore City State’s Attorney’s Office (BCSAO). He joined the BCSAO while in law school as an intern and was eventually promoted to the Felony Narcotics unit, where he ... The...
Samuel R. Schnydman, a retired financial advisor and insurance agent, dies
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Samuel Rosenberg “Sam” Schnydman, a retired financial advisor and insurance agent, died of Parkinson’s disease complications May 8 at St. Agnes Hospital. The Locust Point resident was 81.
Baltimore Beat nonprofit news publication makes return to print, online
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A team of journalists and nonprofit practitioners announced the return of Baltimore Beat, a Black-led, Black-controlled nonprofit newspaper and online outlet. The post Baltimore Beat nonprofit news publication makes return to print, online first appeared on Maryland Daily Record.
Aspen Institute, M&T Bank offer $5K micro-grants through Weaver Awards
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M&T Bank and The Aspen Institute will honor the work of 20 Baltimore individuals and groups who are building community, offering grants of $5,000. The post Aspen Institute, M&T Bank offer $5K micro-grants through Weaver Awards first appeared on Maryland Daily Record.
The problem with Baltimore’s ‘TIF’ strategy | GUEST COMMENTARY
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