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July 10, 2013
Helen and Jim Kurtz of Bel Air announce the engagement of their son, David Kurtz, to Alison Keenan, daughter of Lynn and George Keenan of Great Mills. Kurtz is a 2005 graduate of C. Milton Wright High School and a 2009 graduate of Towson University. He is a business analyst at Aerotek Inc. Keenan is a 2007 graduate of Great Mills High School and a 2011 graduate of Towson University. She is a nurse at Johns Hopkins Bayview hospital. A 2014 wedding is planned.
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By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | August 26, 2013
The owner of the Baltimore City Paper said Monday that it's looking to sell as it focuses on the media market closer to its Pennsylvania base. Times-Shamrock Communications, based in Scranton, said it is marketing all five of its alternative weeklies — which cover areas outside Pennsylvania — and four daily newspapers. "Baltimore City Paper has been a strong, profitable investment for us for many years," said Scott Lynett, Times-Shamrock's CEO, in a statement. "As we look to diversify our family's holdings, it made sense for us to offer City Paper for sale to someone who could take it to the next level of growth.
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July 5, 2011
  Chris and Stacey Miller   Karen and Wayne Pusey, of Columbia, announce the marriage of their daughter, Stacey Nicole Pusey, to Chris Miller, son of Judith and John Holt, of Edgewater, and Leonard and Lynn Miller, of Brinklow, on May 14, 2011. The bride is a 2003 graduate of Long Reach High School and a 2007 graudate of York College, where she earned a degree in information technology. She is currently employed as an information technology analyst for Constellation Energy in Baltimore.
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July 10, 2013
Helen and Jim Kurtz of Bel Air announce the engagement of their son, David Kurtz, to Alison Keenan, daughter of Lynn and George Keenan of Great Mills. Kurtz is a 2005 graduate of C. Milton Wright High School and a 2009 graduate of Towson University. He is a business analyst at Aerotek Inc. Keenan is a 2007 graduate of Great Mills High School and a 2011 graduate of Towson University. She is a nurse at Johns Hopkins Bayview hospital. A 2014 wedding is planned.
BUSINESS
By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | August 26, 2013
The owner of the Baltimore City Paper said Monday that it's looking to sell as it focuses on the media market closer to its Pennsylvania base. Times-Shamrock Communications, based in Scranton, said it is marketing all five of its alternative weeklies — which cover areas outside Pennsylvania — and four daily newspapers. "Baltimore City Paper has been a strong, profitable investment for us for many years," said Scott Lynett, Times-Shamrock's CEO, in a statement. "As we look to diversify our family's holdings, it made sense for us to offer City Paper for sale to someone who could take it to the next level of growth.
BUSINESS
By M. William Salganik and M. William Salganik,SUN STAFF | April 21, 2002
THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. - "The WellPoint Way" began the moment Leonard D. Schaeffer saw the shrimp and the ice sculpture. It was 1986, his first day as chief executive of Blue Cross of California, a company that was on its way to losing $157 million that year. "The first day, they had a reception for me," he recounted. "They had a huge ice sculpture - the thing had to be 5 feet tall. It was a Blue Cross, made of blue ice, with shrimp all around. I asked where it came from, and they introduced me to the pastry chef.
BUSINESS
By Adriane Miller and Adriane Miller,Special to The Sun | December 30, 1991
So maybe 1991 wasn't the year to launch or expand a business. Credit is scarce, sales are down and receivables are slow. Cash flow for many companies has been reduced to a trickle.But corporate budget managers can do more than pray. Financial planners and tax specialists say managers can take several steps right now to keep the money coming in.* Reduce the average collection period for accounts receivable.Some companies are far too lenient with their clients, allowing them to sit on bills that represent ready cash, says Bryan Milling, author of "Cash Flow Problem Solver" (Sourcebooks Inc., 1991)
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September 18, 2005
Randy and Lu Ann Marzicola, of Burlington, Connecticut, and David Duchon and his wife, Jennifer Comer, announce the marriage of their daughter, Heather Duchon, to Jonathan Lindhorst, son of Ernie and Debby Lindhorst, of Fallston, Maryland, on June 11, 2005. The wedding took place at St. Francis de Sales Catholic Church, followed by a reception at the Richlin Ballroom. Theattendants were Heather Weber, Melissa Fidler, Leslie Vettas, Rylee Brossoit, Justin Stoneback, Matt Marzicola and Chrys Lindhorst.
SPORTS
By Dan Connolly | July 29, 2007
No question people are taking this induction ceremony seriously. Yesterday afternoon, exactly 24 hours before the proceedings were to begin, about 3,000 chairs had been placed on the Clark Sports Center lawn. It looked like a pristine version of a Preakness infield party. At 1:30 p.m. yesterday, a group of four guys from Eldersburg arrived in time to stake out their own spot, 15 rows deep on the lawn - about 60 yards or so from center stage. "This is better than we thought it would be," said Mort Shuman, a 37-year-old business analyst.
BUSINESS
By Mark Guidera and Mark Guidera,SUN STAFF | October 2, 1997
WorldCom Inc., the nation's No. 4 long-distance telephone company, launched an unexpected $34.5 billion takeover bid yesterday for MCI Communications Corp. in its march to become one of the globe's dominant telecommunications companies.If successful, the last-minute move for the Washington-based No. 2 long-distance provider would be the largest acquisition in U.S. history; it's about $8 billion more than RJR Nabisco's purchase by Kohlberg, Kravis Roberts & Co. in 1989.The deal could create a telephone giant poised to challenge AT&T Corp.
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July 5, 2011
  Chris and Stacey Miller   Karen and Wayne Pusey, of Columbia, announce the marriage of their daughter, Stacey Nicole Pusey, to Chris Miller, son of Judith and John Holt, of Edgewater, and Leonard and Lynn Miller, of Brinklow, on May 14, 2011. The bride is a 2003 graduate of Long Reach High School and a 2007 graudate of York College, where she earned a degree in information technology. She is currently employed as an information technology analyst for Constellation Energy in Baltimore.
BUSINESS
By M. William Salganik and M. William Salganik,SUN STAFF | April 21, 2002
THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. - "The WellPoint Way" began the moment Leonard D. Schaeffer saw the shrimp and the ice sculpture. It was 1986, his first day as chief executive of Blue Cross of California, a company that was on its way to losing $157 million that year. "The first day, they had a reception for me," he recounted. "They had a huge ice sculpture - the thing had to be 5 feet tall. It was a Blue Cross, made of blue ice, with shrimp all around. I asked where it came from, and they introduced me to the pastry chef.
BUSINESS
By Adriane Miller and Adriane Miller,Special to The Sun | December 30, 1991
So maybe 1991 wasn't the year to launch or expand a business. Credit is scarce, sales are down and receivables are slow. Cash flow for many companies has been reduced to a trickle.But corporate budget managers can do more than pray. Financial planners and tax specialists say managers can take several steps right now to keep the money coming in.* Reduce the average collection period for accounts receivable.Some companies are far too lenient with their clients, allowing them to sit on bills that represent ready cash, says Bryan Milling, author of "Cash Flow Problem Solver" (Sourcebooks Inc., 1991)
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June 4, 2012
Michelle Bond and Michael Kappert Michelle Suzanne Bond, daughter of Richard and Angela Bond, of Bowie, will wed Michael Kappert, son of Martin and Mary Sue Kappert, of Columbia on July 14, 2012. The Rev. Michael Gladish will perform the ceremony in Bryn Athyn Cathedral, followed by a reception at the James A. Michener Art Museum, Doylestown, Pa. Jessica Hyatt as matron of honor and Lisa Bond, maid of honor, will attend the bride. Brad Dunn and Tom O'Brien will serve as best men. The newlyweds will travel to Hawaii and Alaska on a honeymoon trip.
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December 22, 2000
Loretta Herring, 80, Hutzler's employee Loretta Herring, a homemaker and retired department store employee, died Saturday of heart failure at her Arnold home. She was 80. Mrs. Herring was an assistant department manager in women's clothing at Hutzler's department store's Southdale branch in Pasadena during the 1960s and 1970s. She also had been a Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Co. operator at the Severna Park exchange. Born Loretta Beauchamp in Baltimore, she was raised in Abingdon and the Federal Hill section of southern Baltimore.
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