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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | December 16, 2013
Harford County Department of Community Services - Office on Aging employee Janet Wright has been named the Harford County Employee of the Month for December. Wright is the senior health insurance programs coordinator. Wright is always eager to handle insurance issues for seniors and people of all ages with Medicare and Medicaid. Her skills do not end with office work. She has also worked with the Department of Community Services to put together an insurance slide show that is used on the county web site.
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FEATURES
By Marie Marciano Gullard, For The Baltimore Sun | November 29, 2013
Behind the gates of a community in Green Spring Valley is an enclave of estate homes, including the European-style mansion that is home to Alan Klatsky, president of Prestige Development, Inc. and Klatsky Homes. The soft-spoken land developer, designer and builder welcomes guests at his door, then steps aside to reveal an open interior reminiscent of an embassy or art gallery. Light from windows on the landing of a wrought-iron staircase floods the interior, the sunshine highlighting the richness of silk-brocaded draperies.
BUSINESS
Lorraine Mirabella | October 4, 2013
If you are a furloughed government employee or member of the military who is struggling financially, Sandy Spring Bank is offering help. The bank  launched several programs Friday targeted at workers affected by the shutdown. "Because of our close proximity to Washington DC, a large number of our clients and local community members are feeling the effects of the government shutdown," said CEO Dan Schrider in the announcement. "We understand the gravity of this situation, and it is our goal to help all citizens, both existing clients and community members through this process.
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By Catherine Mallette | October 3, 2013
Terry McGill, the petite dynamo who owns Jordan Thomas Salon & Spa in Bel Air, has set the bar high for her business: “We want to be everything to everyone,” she says with a laugh. But don't think for a minute, despite that laugh, that McGill isn't serious about Jordan Thomas, which she's owned for 15 years, nurturing it through three locations and always looking for growth opportunities. This year McGill decided to add med spa services to the list of offerings for her clients.
SPORTS
By Dan Connolly, The Baltimore Sun | September 27, 2013
Agent Scott Boras , who represents several Orioles including Chris Davis , Matt Wieters , Wei-Yin Chen , Francisco Rodriguez and Zach Britton , was in Baltimore this week to meet with some of his clients. Orioles executive vice president of baseball operations Dan Duquette said he had some preliminary discussions with Boras, but would not go into specifics. “I talked to Scott when he was in town, obviously. … It was just an informal meeting,” Duquette said.
NEWS
By Justin George, The Baltimore Sun | September 23, 2013
A man accused of being part of a group that beat a man to death in West Baltimore "acted as any other father would" and maintains his innocence, his lawyer said Monday,. "What he did not do is murder the man," attorney Thomas J. Maronick, Jr., said. His client, Willie Mayes, 59, is accused of first-degree murder in the Sept. 2 death of Donald Robinson, 52, in Reservoir Hill. Baltimore police said Mayes, his 19-year-old daughter, Latiqwa Mayes, and two teenage strangers ganged up on Robinson after Latiqwa screamed out that Robinson had raped her. Latiqwa Mayes was also charged with murder as was Kwan Blackburn and Malik Antonio Hampton-Cummings, both 17. "What my client was doing what any father would do, trying to protect his daughter," Maronick said.
NEWS
September 4, 2013
Along life's long and twisting road, Sheri Bell found a straight course that led to bliss. It manifested itself during the 24 years she spent as an addictions counselor at the former Reality Inc. on Main Street. And while the facility is gone, has been gone for two years now, replaced two years ago by Hope House Treatment Center, the memories she compiled appear to be woven into her DNA. It was a defining chapter, she offered, a job that she can't help but compare to every other job she's held or will hold.
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By Catherine Mallette | August 19, 2013
“Pay no attention to what I'm doing here,” says Mike Stone, in his best “Wizard of Oz” voice. “Just look out the window, and keep pedaling.” I keep pedaling, breaking into a sweat but going nowhere, as my bike is mounted on what's called a trainer in the bike-fitting studio in the back of Princeton Sports in Columbia. And then I do look away from the window and see that “Stoney,” as he's known, has set up some kind of laser on the windowsill and is projecting a red line along my left leg. The line is showing that my knee gravitates to the side as I pedal.
FEATURES
By Kristy MacKaben, For the Baltimore Sun | August 5, 2013
It wasn't a great time for Anne Pence. The 56-year-old single mother from Baltimore had issues with past relationships, her house was damaged in a fire, she was unhappy with her job and was struggling to find answers for her daughter with attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder. "I was drowning. I knew I had to work on certain areas of my life that I desperately wanted to change," Pence says of that period three years ago. Pence began working with Terry Schaefer, 61, a Baltimore life coach.
NEWS
August 2, 2013
I agree with Ingrid Krause's letter regarding pregnancy center agendas ( "Pregnancy centers should not hide agenda," July 29). However, they should also not hide results. Based on results and truth in advertising, Planned Parenthood should change the name of its centers to "Preventive Parenthood Centers. " Those centers help more than 90 percent of pregnant clients choose not to become parents (abortion), and Planned Parenthood reproductive services are oriented toward preventing their clients from becoming parents (contraception)
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