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BUSINESS
April 14, 2002
The following are 2001 Maryland Award of Excellence winners as selected by a panel of judges for the Sales and Marketing Council of the Home Builders Association of Maryland. Outstanding Home winners Single-family detached/Large volume builder: $249,999 & under: Award of Excellence: Barry Andrews Homes, Michael Allen at Whitaker Woods, Northeast. Silver Merit: Gemcraft Homes, Inc., Topeka at Gunpowder, Joppa. $250,000-$324,999: Award of Excellence: Patriot Homes Inc., James Monroe at Melwood Springs, Upper Marlboro.
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EXPLORE
July 3, 2013
The National PTA recently recognized North Harford High School junior Cassidy Miller with an Award of Excellence for Dance Choreography in their 2012-2013 Reflections Art Contest. Cassidy's interpretation of the Reflections' theme "The Magic of a Moment" was entitled "Gasp. " She was one of only three high school choreographers in the entire country to win this coveted award, which includes a $200 cash prize. Cassidy received the same honor three years ago when she was an eighth-grader at North Harford Middle School.
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BUSINESS
November 19, 2000
The Remodelors Council of the Home Builders Association of Maryland announced winners Wednesday in the 10th Annual Remodeling Award of Excellence competition at the Maryland Club in Baltimore. The event recognized excellence in remodeling design and craftsmanship by individuals and companies in the remodeling industry. All entries were rated by a team of remodeling contractors from outside the metropolitan Baltimore area. Project of the Year Winner: Francis Construction Co., Baltimore.
EXPLORE
September 6, 2012
The Young Professionals Network of Howard County, a program of the Howard County Chamber of Commerce, renewed the annual sponsorship agreement with Lakeview Title Co., a firm based in Columbia. YPN also receives sponsorship from the Columbia Association, the David Yungmann Realty Group, Loyola University Maryland's Sellinger School of Business and The Business Monthly . Bonnie Heneson Communications, with offices in Columbia and Owings Mills, received two 2012 Apex Awards of Excellence for the firm's website and for Howard County General Hospital's summer 2011 issue of Wellness Matters.
BUSINESS
November 15, 1998
The Remodelors Council announced the winners of its eighth annual Remodeling Award of Excellence competition Thursday night at the Baltimore Museum of Industry.The competition recognizes excellence in remodeling design and craftsmanship in the industry. Entries were rated by an evaluation team that consisted of remodeling contractors from outside the Baltimore metropolitan area.The criteria used included: quality of construction, degree of difficulty, value and cost effectiveness, unique and creative design approach and sensitivity to existing structure.
FEATURES
December 30, 1990
George D. Edwards 2nd was named to the Maryland Historical Society's board of trustees.*Dr. Kathryn Hildebran, professor emerita of modern languages at Western Maryland College, was honored recently for her 50th anniversary on the school's faculty.*Villa Julie College students Lauren Franzoni, Gina Dipeppe and Joanna Hobbs were instrumental in the production of an educational videotape for the Chesapeake Bay Foundation, which won first place and an award of excellence from the International Television Association.
BUSINESS
December 2, 2007
The Remodelors Council of the Home Builders Association of Maryland announced the winners of its 17th annual Remodeling Award of Excellence competition Nov. 15. The awards recognize outstanding remodeling design and craftsmanship by area contractors, carpenters, designers, architects and others. An evaluation team consisting of remodeling contractors from outside the Baltimore metropolitan area rated all entries. The criteria used to judge the entries included: quality of construction, degree of difficulty, value and cost effectiveness, unique and creative design approach and sensitivity to existing structure.
NEWS
February 9, 1992
Buschman Construction Co. recently was honored with two Contractor of the Year Awards from the Maryland Improvement Contractors Association.Buschman Construction received its award for the Gill project in Marriottsville in the category of "Best Large Addition" and the Wensil project in Elkridge for "Best Kitchen Remodeling."BUILDER CITEDFOR WORKGoodier Builders of Ellicott City was selected by the National Association of Home Builders to receive the gold medal award of excellence in the category of "11-50 Units."
NEWS
July 16, 2006
2 earn citation for minority program Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. recently presented Albert J. Henry and Russell C. Teter III with a citation for establishing the Small Business Development Center's Minority Business Development Program. The program was established in 2001 with funding from Harford Community College to provide advice, training and assistance to prospective and current minority business owners. The program has contributed to the economic growth of Harford County and encouraged minority entrepreneurs to be stronger leaders and advocates within the community.
NEWS
December 16, 2007
The Homebuilders Association of Maryland Remodeler's Council has awarded Lynch Construction Inc. of Harford County three awards for home and business remodeling and renovations. The 49-year-old company earned the 2007 Award of Excellence for Whole House Alteration with Addition, 2007 Award of Excellence for Commercial Remodeling and 2007 Silver Merit Award for Whole House Renovations with Kitchen Remodeling. The projects are located in Bel Air, Churchville and Abingdon. The awards recognize remodelers for design, craftsmanship and contribution to the industry.
NEWS
December 16, 2007
The Homebuilders Association of Maryland Remodeler's Council has awarded Lynch Construction Inc. of Harford County three awards for home and business remodeling and renovations. The 49-year-old company earned the 2007 Award of Excellence for Whole House Alteration with Addition, 2007 Award of Excellence for Commercial Remodeling and 2007 Silver Merit Award for Whole House Renovations with Kitchen Remodeling. The projects are located in Bel Air, Churchville and Abingdon. The awards recognize remodelers for design, craftsmanship and contribution to the industry.
BUSINESS
December 2, 2007
The Remodelors Council of the Home Builders Association of Maryland announced the winners of its 17th annual Remodeling Award of Excellence competition Nov. 15. The awards recognize outstanding remodeling design and craftsmanship by area contractors, carpenters, designers, architects and others. An evaluation team consisting of remodeling contractors from outside the Baltimore metropolitan area rated all entries. The criteria used to judge the entries included: quality of construction, degree of difficulty, value and cost effectiveness, unique and creative design approach and sensitivity to existing structure.
NEWS
July 16, 2006
2 earn citation for minority program Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. recently presented Albert J. Henry and Russell C. Teter III with a citation for establishing the Small Business Development Center's Minority Business Development Program. The program was established in 2001 with funding from Harford Community College to provide advice, training and assistance to prospective and current minority business owners. The program has contributed to the economic growth of Harford County and encouraged minority entrepreneurs to be stronger leaders and advocates within the community.
BUSINESS
April 25, 2004
The Sales and Marketing Council of the Home Builders Association of Maryland announced the group's 2004 awards of excellence during a ceremony held Thursday at the Hyatt Regency in Baltimore. The awards recognize local homebuilders in a variety of categories. A team of judges chose the winners, which include: Single-family detached large-volume builder in the $325,000-$399,999 category: Barry Andrews Homes for Clarksburg II at Scott Gardens in Perryville. Single-family detached small-volume builder, $250,000-$324,999: Artery Homes; Hamilton at Mulberry Station in Easton.
BUSINESS
By From staff reports | April 20, 2003
Guided bus tours offered free in Belair-Edison Belair-Edison Neighborhoods Inc. will sponsor Trolley House Tours on Saturday in conjunction with SpringFest. Participants will take a free, guided bus tour of the neighborhood. They also will see five homes for sale in the neighborhood. Prices range from $65,000 to $90,000. Four tours are scheduled. They begin at noon and continue each half-hour until 1:30 p.m. Tours begin and end at Herring Run Park, 3000 Shannon Drive. For more information, call 410-485-8422.
BUSINESS
April 14, 2002
Michno, Gemcraft lead in Awards of Excellence Kevin Michno, senior vice president of Mercantile Mortgage Corp., was awarded the Lifetime Achievement Award, while Gemcraft Homes won in three Outstanding Home Awards categories in the Maryland Awards of Excellence sponsored by the Sales and Marketing Council of the Home Builders Association of Maryland. The awards, presented at the Hyatt Regency at the Inner Harbor, recognized local homebuilders for design, livability and value. The awards were separated into two categories: large volume builders who achieve more than $7 million in annual sales and small volume builders who do less than $7 million annually.
NEWS
April 21, 1996
Names in the newsMichael Caricofehas been promoted to lab supervisor at Lehigh Portland Cement in Union Bridge. He is responsible for the daily operations of the plant laboratory and activities of eight lab technicians. He is a 1973 graduate of Francis Scott Key High School. He started at Lehigh in 1985 as a yard laborer, working up to his present position.NotesCatonsville Builders Inc.won a Silver Merit Award for Edgewood in Eldersburg at the 1995 Sales and Marketing Council Award of Excellence competition.
NEWS
December 9, 1992
The Urban Rural Transportation Alliance has received the 1992 Award of Excellence from the Transportation Association of Maryland. The alliance was honored as the outstanding para-transit system in the state.A private, non-profit organization in Columbia, URTA provides rides for the elderly, the disabled and low-income families in Howard County."Statewide, URTA's operation has become a model for innovative and collaborative effort," said Paul Comfort, president the transportation association.
BUSINESS
April 14, 2002
The following are 2001 Maryland Award of Excellence winners as selected by a panel of judges for the Sales and Marketing Council of the Home Builders Association of Maryland. Outstanding Home winners Single-family detached/Large volume builder: $249,999 & under: Award of Excellence: Barry Andrews Homes, Michael Allen at Whitaker Woods, Northeast. Silver Merit: Gemcraft Homes, Inc., Topeka at Gunpowder, Joppa. $250,000-$324,999: Award of Excellence: Patriot Homes Inc., James Monroe at Melwood Springs, Upper Marlboro.
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