CMG Health, an Owings Mills-based managed mental health and substance abuse services company, relocated within the same business complex to 25 Crossroads Drive.
Cardoni & Co. relocated its accounting firm to the Columbia Corporate Park at 8850 Stanford Blvd., Suite 3300.
J. Vinton Schafer & Sons Inc., a White Marsh-based construction management firm, is building a 42,000-square-foot recycling facility on Cemetery Road in Elkridge for Browning-Ferris Industries.
Kronos Inc., a Waltham, Mass.-based provider of data collection systems, recently acquired the Silver Spring office of Interboro Systems Corp., at 1738 Elton Road, Suite 138.
GBC Mayor's Business Recognition Award, jointly sponsored by the Greater Baltimore Committee and Baltimore Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke, recently presented the following community service awards:
* Acme Paper and Supply Co. in Savage for creating a recycling program at the Baltimore Zoo.
* Baines Stop, Shop and Save in Baltimore for creating an academic achievement awards program for Baltimore City elementary students with good grades and school attendance records.
* Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. for its Customer Assistance Referral and Evaluation Service that helps elderly and handicapped customers obtain help from local agencies.
* The Baltimore Sun for providing information about recycling and literacy programs.
* Chase Bank of Maryland for supporting the Sweat Equity Program that helps low-income families buy and renovate Baltimore homes.
* The Count Program, a coalition of the Mechanical Contractors Association, Plumbers Local 48 and Steamfitters Local 438 Unions for its "Heats On Project," that provides free home repairs for elderly and handicapped Baltimore residents.
* First National Bank of Maryland for its financial and volunteer support of the Joseph Ritchie Hospice for the terminally ill.
* Information Control Systems Corp. in Baltimore for its involvement in a variety of area organizations working to fight hunger and improve schools.
* Procter and Gamble Co. for its participation in the Clear Harbor Campaign that is working to keep the Baltimore Harbor clean.
Mayor's Business Recognition Awards went to the following companies that made improving education a corporate priority:
* IBM for teaching computer skills to 60 students from Dunbar Middle School in Baltimore.
* The Johns Hopkins Space Grant Consortium, a collaborative effort between The Johns Hopkins University, The Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Lab, Morgan State University and the Space Telescope Science Institute to offer teacher training, student scholarships and graduate fellowships in earth and planetary science, astronomy and astrophysics.
* Nova Pharmaceutical in Baltimore for working with science students at Ben Franklin Middle School in Baltimore.
* The Sheraton Inner Harbor Hotel in Baltimore for giving eight middle school students paid employment once a week and for participating in a vocational educational program with
* V-103 Radio in Baltimore for providing publicity and promotions about the importance of staying in school.
Rebecca Norris, art director with Norris, Reynolds & Denham in Baltimore, won an award for a poster she designed for the University of Maryland School of Pharmacy's 150th Anniversary from Graphis, a Swiss graphic arts publisher.
Open for business
Heritage Automotive, a regional group of several automobile dealerships, recently opened Heritage Mazda at 9330 Liberty Road in Baltimore.
Payroll 1, a McLean, Va.-based preparer of payrolls, W-2 forms and tax reports, is opening an office at 3700 Koppers St. in Baltimore.
Futurekids, a Los Angeles-based network of computer learning centers for children, opened a Baltimore location at 2328 W. Joppa Road in Lutherville.
Joventure Inc., a Hunt Valley-based software development and consulting firm, opened an office in Orange County, Calif.
CDL Test Center opened a testing center to help drivers pass the Commercial Drivers License Exam at 2552 Walbrook Ave. in Baltimore.
Marlene Prendergast & Associates Inc., an Annapolis-based public relations and marketing firm, is representing the following companies: Margot's Finishing Touches of Annapolis, which specializes in window treatments and home furnishings; Travel Right Ltd., a travel agency in West Annapolis; Annapolis Bariatrics Center, a weight management program; and Renewal and Recovery Center of Annapolis Inc., an outpatient detoxification center.
Adams Sandler Inc., a marketing and communications firm in Rockville and Baltimore, is representing General Physics International in Columbia.
Network Publications in Baltimore will handle advertising sales for the Maryland State Bar Association's publications.