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By Catherine Mallette, The Baltimore Sun | July 25, 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.
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SPORTS
By Ryan Hood, The Baltimore Sun | July 23, 2013
Compliments from Kyle Jakobe are hard to come by. So when the owner and head trainer of Sweat Performance in Lutherville commended Ben Grubbs for his precise footwork during agility drills earlier this month, the former Ravens All-Pro offensive guard thought he was being mocked. "He looked at me like I had three heads. He was mad because he thought I was talking trash to him," said Jakobe, 30. "I was like, 'No, I'm serious,' but he wasn't having it. I couldn't convince him. " Grubbs, now with the New Orleans Saints, didn't need much convincing to keep coming back after his first couple workouts with Jakobe five years ago, before he was recognized as one of Baltimore's top up-and-coming trainers.
BUSINESS
By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | July 7, 2013
You might not have heard of Intelect Corp., but you can hear FM radio in Baltimore's Fort McHenry and Harbor tunnels thanks to the company's engineering. Rohit H. Patel started the Baltimore technology firm in 1995 after working for the Maryland Transit Administration, the state's Department of General Services and Westinghouse. Once headquartered in his bedroom, it's now a 68-person company that produced more than $24 million in revenue last year, up from $13 million the year before.
NEWS
June 25, 2013
As the executive director of the Maryland Professionalism Center, I was drawn to The Sun's June 10th op-ed- piece titled "Justice delayed in Maryland," which promised a commentary on the potential prejudice to litigants caused by the Maryland Court of Appeals' delay in deciding the cases before it. I was puzzled, however, by the writers' charge of an "aggressive semi-political agenda" on the part of the Court of Appeals with regard to the Maryland Professionalism...
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Aegis report | June 17, 2013
Rob Weinhold, Fallston Group Founder and principal, announced Kristi Frisch has joined the Fallston Group as Client Services Manager. In this role, Frisch will develop and manage client relationships while enhancing the firm's local and national business development efforts. Frisch has extensive experience in marketing and communications with a background in client-facing services. Hers most recent position was communications manager for Maryland Golf and Country Clubs in Bel Air. Previous experience includes providing administrative support for a local law firm, among other professional experiences.
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Aegis report | May 6, 2013
RKS Realty Inc. recently added Richard "Dicky" Darrell and Joe Moran to the firm's team of expert Realtors, offering commercial and retail real estate services in Harford and Baltimore Counties. "The addition of Richard and Joe to the firm allows for RKS to ensure our clients in Baltimore County, as well as Harford County, are met with the full breadth of our capabilities and expertise," RKS owner Donnell "Beetle" Smith said in a news release. Darrell joins RKS Realty as a real estate broker with 40 years of commercial and retail real estate experience with an emphasis on national retail.
BUSINESS
By Steve Kilar, The Baltimore Sun | May 3, 2013
Baltimore design firm Chambers, which specializes in the planning, architecture and interior design of private clubs, announced Friday that it has acquired a rival based in Texas. CCI Club Design will be changing its name to Chambers but will continue its Dallas operations, according to a statement from Chambers. Chambers will remain headquartered in Baltimore, the statement said, and no one will lose their job because of the acquisition. "Once friendly competitors, we're now combining the tremendous talents of both firms to enhance the services we provide to our clients within the private club industry," said Rick Snellinger, president and CEO of Chambers.
NEWS
By Andrea Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | May 3, 2013
Tiffany Alston, the former delegate from Prince George's County who was booted from the General Assembly last year, was disbarred Thursday. She consented to losing her license to practice law for reasons unrelated to receiving probation before judgment in criminal cases involving theft and misconduct. Last year, she was the subject of an indefinite suspension of her law license. According to the Court of Appeals order, she expressed her intent in April to disbarment. She was ordered to pay more than $7,500 to former clients.
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BALTIMORE SUN MEDIA GROUP | April 3, 2013
Harford County Del. Mary-Dulany James said Tuesday she received a pledge from the state comptroller he will not to penalize businesses who have become victims of alleged financial fraud by a the Bel Air payroll company Accu-Pay. Accu-Pay is being investigated for collecting payroll taxes but allegedly not directing those taxes to the state and federal governments, according to prior news reports by The Aegis and The Baltimore Sun . After hearing from a large number of her constituents concerned that back taxes unpaid by the payroll company would be pursued for collection by the State of Maryland, James said in a news release she has been working with numerous state officials, including Comptroller Peter Franchot, to potential victims are protected from further financial burden.
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