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BUSINESS
November 12, 2012
The annual Maryland Entrepreneur Expo is indeed happening tomorrow. It's a day for helping support the founders of new businesses in Maryland, as well as showcasing the ones who are already successful. It's an all-day conference at the BWI Airport Marriott, from 7:30 a.m. to 6:00 p.m., in Linthicum Heights, Md. It's too late to get the discounted early bird rate, but tickets are still available here. The event is organized by Maryland TEDCO, a quasi-state agency that focuses on economic development through the state's tech businesses.
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NEWS
By David Horsey | April 23, 2013
Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, the younger of the two brothers accused of perpetrating the Boston Marathon bombing, is the baffling mystery man in this crime. His older brother, Tamerlan, who died in a shootout with police in the dark early hours Friday morning, better fits the stereotype of a disaffected, nascent terrorist. He was nearing adulthood when he came to this country from Russia's predominantly Muslim central Asian region. He talked of having no American friends. He had openly disdained the immorality of American society and adopted a zealous brand of Islam.
BUSINESS
By Shanon D. Murray and Shanon D. Murray,SUN STAFF | November 28, 1999
Under a more severe termination policy, Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. has sharply increased cutoffs since 1996-1997 of service to residential customers who fall behind in paying their bills during the winter heating season.According to BGE filings with the Maryland Public Service Commission, residential gas and electric customer turnoffs leaped 1,918 percent from 332 in 1996-1997 during the winter heating season, which runs from Nov. 1 to March 31, to 6,702 terminations in 1997-1998.During the 1998-1999 season, there was a slight decline, to 5,089 terminations, but that was a rise of 1,433 percent over the cutoffs in 1996-1997.
NEWS
By Jenn Topper and S. Derek Turner | November 6, 2013
So far this year, 223 local TV stations have changed hands. This is the biggest wave of media consolidation ever - and it's all happening in small and mid-level markets, involving companies most people have never heard of. Leading this wave is Hunt Valley-based Sinclair Broadcast Group. Sinclair alone is behind seven deals this year, including a $985-million deal to buy nine stations from Allbritton Communications. But it's not alone; other media companies are also racing to gobble up stations.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly | May 31, 2008
Comedian Lonnie Shorr, who would go on to appear on the Merv Griffin, Dean Martin and Tonight shows, was bitten by the acting bug while a 1950s City College student. He made his Baltimore debut when he landed a role in the student play Remains to be Seen, presented on his high school's 33rd Street stage. "I was always the class clown," he said. He was born in 1939 in Zebulon, N.C., and he likes to tell his audiences where he came from. "It's just a word and it's funnier than Baltimore.
SPORTS
By Don Markus | January 19, 2012
It is the question Maryland basketball fans seem to be asking themselves. Heck, it's the question Mark Turgeon must be asking himself when he goes to sleep at night and gets up in the morning What has happened to Alex Len? The player who had Terps fans chanting "We love you Alex" during his impressive debut last month against Albany and then followed up with equally strong performances against Radford and Cornell has slowly disappeared in Maryland's four ACC games. Except for a few spurts on the offensive end against N.C. Stateand on the defensive end against Wake Forest and Georgia Tech, the 7-1 freshman from the Ukraine has looked out of sync.
NEWS
By Tricia Bishop | tricia.bishop@baltsun.com | December 2, 2009
Sheila Dixon will likely remain Baltimore's mayor until she is sentenced - which could be months from now - or steps down, according to city and state lawyers. But even that is open to legal interpretation. It's one of the many questions raised Tuesday following Dixon's misdemeanor conviction for spending charity gift cards on herself, and acquittal on three similar charges. Also up in the air is what her sentence will be and whether prosecutors plan to retry her on the one count the jury could not decide.
NEWS
By Scott Calvert | scott.calvert@baltsun.com | March 4, 2010
Lois Gresdo has long enjoyed hearing the little voices and the peals of laughter just outside her front door. But her street will be a quieter place when Sacred Heart of Mary School shuts its doors after 87 years of providing a Catholic education. "The school is a very positive presence for these children - and for this neighborhood," Gresdo said Wednesday after word of the school's demise reached this middle-class neighborhood in far East Baltimore, a stone's throw from Dundalk.
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