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By Colin Campbell, The Baltimore Sun | April 16, 2014
Hunt Valley-based PSA Insurance & Financial Services announced Wednesday a $3 million merger with Armada Employer Services, a retail employee benefit consulting and human resources firm. Armada Employer Services, which is also headquartered in Hunt Valley, is a division of ArmadaCorp, an insurance and health care services business. As part of the merger, PSA will partner with ArmadaAdministrators, one of Armada's other divisions, to provide both companies' clients with access to Armada's administration services, the release said.
By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | April 2, 2014
Denise Charrier McQuighan, a database engineer and Johns Hopkins University graduate, died of cancer March 5 at her Gaithersburg home. She was 55. Born Denise Anne Charrier in Cincinnati, she was the daughter of George Charrier, an engineer who lives in Cody, Wyo., and Jacqueline Watson Charrier, a Hunt Valley resident. Mrs. McQuighan was a 1976 graduate of Cincinnati's Western Hills High School and earned a bachelor's degree in mathematical sciences from the Johns Hopkins University.
March 27, 2014
It is unfortunate that Baltimore's major newspaper uses language suggestive of class warfare in its editorial about estate tax relief ( "The $431 million payoff," March 21). "Aging millionaire?" "Ultra-rich?" "Manor homes and penthouses?" The editorial's rhetoric and misleading statistics ignore the real issue: Middle-class Marylanders who have worked hard and saved throughout their lives now find themselves forced to restructure their estates, give away their assets (and hope they don't run out of money)
February 16, 2014
So, Rebecca Pearce was given five pay raises by the O'Malley administration while leading a failed health insurance exchange and spending millions of taxpayer dollars in the process ( "Former Md. health exchange director given five wage increases," Feb. 7). This should give Mr. O'Malley an additional incentive to run for president, since he is demonstrating the traits necessary for success in Washington: Hold no one accountable, reward incompetence and move the goal posts as necessary to redefine success.
Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | January 27, 2014
More than three years after its closing, the Valley Inn is back in business. Now owned by Ted Bauer, the owner and operator of the Oregon Grille in Hunt Valley, the landmark on Falls Road just north of the beltway had its newly remodeled pub open for business last weekend. The pub is the first space to open under the Valley Inn's new ownership, but there's more to come, including a separate raw bar area and a full-scale dining room. For now, the pub appears to be operating on a part-time basis.
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | January 10, 2014
Richard O. Beall, a civil engineer who was a founder of Century Engineering Inc. in Hunt Valley, died Dec. 29 of cancer at his Stevenson home. He was 82. "There was no better human being than Dick Beall. He was a wonderful person who had a phenomenal love of our company that spanned more than 40 years," said Francis X. Smyth, CEO of Century Engineering. "He was loyal, committed and passionate about the business. His whole life revolved around the business. " The son of former U.S. Sen. J. Glenn Beall and Margaret Schwarzenbach Beall, a homemaker, Richard Olin Beall was born and raised in Frostburg.
By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | December 7, 2013
The Oregon Grille, after 16 years, has achieved institutional status. For residents of northern Baltimore County, especially those reluctant to drive into the city, the Oregon Grille is a retreat from the crowds and their flashy manners. Gentlemen are still asked to wear jackets in the dining room — not just on weekends, but weeknights, too. We had a pleasantly paced and relaxing dinner in the main dining room, which is decorated extensively with equestrian kitsch and framed scenes of the hunt.
By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | November 25, 2013
Hunt Valley-based Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. said Monday it finalized its planned purchase of 18 television stations owned by Barrington Broadcasting Group for $370 million. Those stations, plus another six Barrington stations that Sinclair will operate or service, are located in 15 markets, including Syracuse, N.Y., Colorado Springs, Colo., Flint and Traverse City, Mich., and Myrtle Beach, S.C. Sinclair funded the purchase through cash on hand. Because of a conflict under Federal Communication Commission ownership rules, Sinclair sold its FOX stations in Syracuse, N.Y., and Peoria, Ill. The company also assigned a local marketing agreement and purchase option on a MNT affiliate in Syracuse to Bristlecone Broadcasting, while selling off license assets of five other stations.
By Samantha Iacia, For The Baltimore Sun | November 23, 2013
Date: Sept. 7 Her story: Shannon Hanley, 31, grew up in Sparks. She works in the sales department as an implement coordinator at HFS Benefits in Hunt Valley. Her parents, Patrick and Eileen Hanley, live in Sparks. His story: Paul Sortino, 29, grew up in Towson. He is a certified financial planner for small businesses at Worthington Financial Partners in Hunt Valley. His parents, Steve and Denise Sortino, live in Towson. Their story: Shannon and Paul met as elementary school students at Immaculate Conception School in Towson, though their families already knew each other - Shannon's mom went to elementary school with Paul's dad and high school with Paul's aunt.
By Luke Lavoie, | October 28, 2013
The Inner Arbor Trust Inc., a corporation that manages the development of Symphony Woods, announced this week that Martin Knott will replace Kent Humphries on the corporation's Board of Directors. Humphries, of  Ellicott City , is the senior vice president of contract sales at  Sysco Corporation  based in Houston, and was previously CEO and president of SYSCO Food Services in Baltimore and Syracuse, N.Y. According to Inner Arbor President Michael McCall, Humphries resigned on Sept.
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