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BUSINESS
December 13, 1991
Rep. Helen Delich Bentley, R-2nd, was named "Port Leader of the Year" by the Baltimore Junior Association of Commerce for her efforts to improve the Port of Baltimore.Bentley received the award in ceremonies in Baltimore yesterday. She previously had won the award in 1974 when she was chairwoman of the Federal Maritime Commission.Noting the progress the port has seen this year, including the addition of several new shipping lines, the congresswoman said she believed 1992 would offer opportunities to strengthen the port's position in the Middle Atlantic and strengthen a sagging economy.
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NEWS
June 1, 1998
The Maryland Association of Private Career Schools has awarded Russell Warehime, a Francis Scott Key High School senior, a $1,000 scholarship from the TESST Technology Institute in Baltimore.The association's Scholarship Program Awards offer scholarships to students wishing to attend a career school.Warehime plans to study design and drafting technology.Recipients are chosen on academic achievement, participation in extracurricular activities, leadership qualities and recommendations from school personnel.
FEATURES
December 20, 1992
Sapna Patel, a student at the American University in Washington, has been awarded a Presidential Scholarship for $24,000. She has also been chosen to participate in the School of Public Affairs' Leadership Program.*The University of Baltimore Alumni Association honored Bailey A. Thomas, McCormick Company president and chief executive officer; Adrian Teel, Maryland Port Administration executive director, and Ali Asghar Alemi, the U.S. EPA and Maryland Overseas Visitors Coordinator, as its Alumni of the Year.
BUSINESS
October 5, 2003
The 24th annual Butchers Hill house tour is scheduled next week, with the Southeast Baltimore neighborhood association opening 12 historic homes to the public. The Baltimore neighborhood is north of Fells Point and Canton. The event is scheduled from noon to 5 p.m. Oct. 12. Tickets are $15 the day of the tour and $12 in advance. For more information, log on to www.butchershill.org or call Anne Belcher at 410-675-2795 or Sue Noonan at 410-522-6773.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly | February 4, 1992
Nurses and student nurses are discovering that the recession and an abundance of nurses have combined to make it difficult to find or change jobs.Two years ago there were plenty of positions, but now "the jobs simply aren't available," says Ida Ross, a St. Joseph Hospital nurse who was among 900 nurses and nursing students who attended the Baltimore Association of Nurse Recruiters' career day at the Baltimore Convention Center.Forty Maryland hospitals sent recruiters to the event on Saturday.
NEWS
February 1, 1994
Only one developer, G. W. Stone Inc. of Pasadena, has submitted a proposal to redevelop the Superblock, the 5.6-acre tract of county-owned land along Ritchie Highway at Route 648.The county's request for proposals calls for details of any plan submitted to be kept private until a recommendation is made to the county executive. The deadline for submitting plans for a mixed-use development was Jan. 27.Pat Barland, in charge of commercial revitalization for the Glen Burnie Urban Renewal District, said she was disappointed that more developers did not propose to build on the Superblock.
BUSINESS
October 7, 2006
Awards Andre J. Downey, president/chief executive of EEC Inc.; Stella M. Miller, president of Stella May Contracting Inc.; and Deborah L. Stroman, CEO of Soulful Golf Inc., have been named among Maryland's Top 100 Minority Businesses for 2006 by the Governor's Office of Minority Affairs and The Daily Record. Baltimore Junior Association of Commerce named David W. Stambaugh III, general manager of the Baltimore Maritime Exchange Inc., as the 33rd recipient of its Port Leader of the Year award.
BUSINESS
By David Conn | August 7, 1991
Martin Marietta Corp.'s receipt in November of a $526 million contract from the federal Housing and Urban Development department was unusual, and not only for its size. The 12-year contract was among a dwindling pool of federal non-defense spending awarded to companies in the Baltimore-Washington area last year.More typical was the $5.6 million contract that Cockeysville-based AAI Corp. won in October to improve targeting systems for fighter planes and helicopters.A sharp increase in such defense contracts put the Baltimore-Washington common market firmly in second place in federal spending last year, the Washington/Baltimore Regional Association said yesterday.
NEWS
February 27, 2003
Betty Jane Hayden, 48, music box, record collector Betty Jane Hayden, who enjoyed dancing and collecting music boxes, died of congestive heart failure Saturday at the home of her caregiver in Cumberland. She was 48. Miss Hayden was born in Baltimore with Down syndrome, and lived most of her life with her parents in Dundalk. Her mother died in 1991, and after her father's death in 1997, she remained in Dundalk with a caregiver. They moved to Cumberland last year. "My sister was born with Down syndrome, and at birth, doctors recommended to my parents that she be institutionalized because she had a severe degree of retardation," said her brother, former Baltimore County Executive Roger B. Hayden of Baldwin.
FEATURES
August 18, 1993
The bills have been paid. The refrigerator stocked. Everyone's wardrobe is in passable shape. Now, the money left over is yours, all yours to spend as you darn well please.Was that the sound of a groan? You say there is no money left after taking care of basic necessities?According to a recent article in American Demographics magazine, most Americans actually have more bucks to spend on frills than they think. The problem is managing money to make the most of it.We want to see if they're right.
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