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By Amy L. Miller and Amy L. Miller,Staff Writer | April 23, 1993
Four Carroll County banks tentatively agreed this week to participate in a community development bank designed to attract industry to the county.The proposed bank now has total commitments for more than $400,000 from Carroll County Bank and Trust, First National Bank, Taneytown Bank and Trust and Union National Bank, William E. Jenne, Carroll's economic development administrator, said yesterday.Directors at Frederick County National Bank and Westminster Bank and Trust are considering joining the organization, he said.
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | May 30, 2013
I wrote in my first post here on Gay Matters that I wanted readers' help understanding "what it means to be LGBT in Baltimore today," and Jenn Sulin-Stair obliged almost immediately. Jenn sent me a picture of her, her wife Sarah Harding and their two daughters Ryenne and Charlize as they prepared to go out to dinner on a recent night. "We are one of the faces of what it is to be a gay family in Baltimore and we are proud to share our story and proud of WHO we are and our family," Jenn wrote in her email.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Staff Writer | December 30, 1993
Amid twinkling white lights, garlands of silver foliage and pale pink accents, Karen L. Jenne will officially step into high society Saturday.The 20-year-old Westminster resident joins 29 other young women from the United States and Europe in the 73rd Debutante Assembly and New Year's Ball, New York City's oldest and most well-known debutante presentation."
ENTERTAINMENT
By Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun | April 18, 2012
Walk around Baltimore today and you could see Jenn Wasner's big eyes staring up at you. Wasner, who plays guitar and sings in Wye Oak and now by herself as Flock of Dimes, is the cover star for b's latest "10 to Watch Under 30" issue . In 2011, Wasner, an Owings Mills native, lived on the road, playing more than 200 shows alongside Wye Oak drummer Andy Stack. When she returned home to Baltimore, she was burned out, and even considered moving away from the city. But don't ever underestimate the power of rest.
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By Amy L. Miller and Amy L. Miller,Sun Staff Writer | May 10, 1994
William E. Jenne, Carroll County's administrator for the Office of Economic Development, announced yesterday that he will resign May 20.He will join Taneytown Bank and Trust Co. as the sole commercial banking officer in its Westminster branch at the end of the month."
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By Kerry O'Rourke and Kerry O'Rourke,Sun Staff Writer | March 30, 1994
Kevin L. Grabill, a senior Carroll management and budget analyst, will be transferred to the county's Economic Development Office next month in a move that will bring it to full staff.He will become the business development representative April 21.William E. Jenne, the economic development administrator, said Mr. Grabill's transfer will put the office at full staff for the first time since 1992.Mr. Grabill, one of about 115 people who applied for the job, will have a wide range of responsibilities.
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By Amy L. Miller and Amy L. Miller,Sun Staff Writer | February 15, 1994
The Carroll County commissioners are considering a tax break next year for businesses doing research and development, at the urging of the Economic Development Commission.Yesterday, the commissioners directed the county attorney's office to draft an ordinance giving businesses a personal property tax credit for equipment and supplies purchased for research and development. The proposal is based on a state law signed by Gov. William Donald Schaefer on May 27, allowing jurisdictions to grant the credit.
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By Amy L. Miller and Amy L. Miller,Staff Writer | August 17, 1993
Nearly $1.3 million in tax-free bond money will be available for county industries looking to expand in the next year, Carroll County's commissioners were told yesterday.The federal government has permanently extended the industrial revenue bond program as part of its new budget, said William E. Jenne, administrator of the county office of economic development."Industrial revenue bonds are one of the best tools at my disposal as an economic developer in the effort to help manufacturers expand their operations in Carroll County," he said.
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By Kerry O'Rourke and Kerry O'Rourke,Staff writer | April 28, 1991
How do you find Carroll County?"Go to Baltimore and take a left," says a new economic development brochure aimed at attracting businesses to the county.The directions aren't meant to be taken too literally, said Eileen S. Fisher, marketing manager for the county Department of Economic and Community Development.They're meant to use humor to catch theeye of real estate brokers, bankers, economic development officials and others across the country who will receive the brochure, she said."Carroll County, Maryland's biggest challenge is where in the heck are we," Fisher told members of the county's Economic Development Commission Wednesday.
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By Kerry O'Rourke and Kerry O'Rourke,Staff Writer | August 10, 1993
Commissioners Julia W. Gouge and Elmer C. Lippy will be on the Pride of Baltimore II in Chicago this evening, trying to lure business to Carroll."They'll be mingling with people we need to mingle with to inspire some development here," said Commissioner Donald I. Dell, who stayed home because he has too many other trips on his schedule.William E. Jenne, administrator of the county's Office of Economic Development, also will be on board.The Carroll officials will attend a reception on the ship from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. with at least 60 other guests, including a consultant for a Midwest food distributor considering locating in Carroll.
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By Wesley Case | April 15, 2011
“The Other Side of ... ” asks local musicians to share their more personal sides. Jenn Wasner, whose band Wye Oak will play a homecoming show at 2640 Space Saturday ($12, missiontix.com ), kicks off b’s new feature: Last movie I saw: I honestly can’t remember. Wait ... I think it might be “Pootie Tang.” Yeah, I think it was. Wow. Last album I loved: Life of Love by Callers, who we happen to be on tour with right now. Last book I read: “Just Kids” by Patti Smith Last TV show I obsessed over: It’s been awhile.
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By Joanne E. Morvay and By Joanne E. Morvay,Special to the Sun | April 22, 2001
Pale gray clouds swallowed the broad shock of flat, verdant moss that caressed the treeless terrain. Light rain misted a shaggy sheep perched on black rock. The occasional car passed by, dwarfed into a toy of the elements on its path along the Reykjanes Peninsula, while a farmhouse stood alone in the starkness like a small white miracle. -- From "Letting the Body Lead" by Jenn Crowell Jenn Crowell fell in love with Iceland long before she ever went there. Scott Stevens was drawn to the land of glaciers and volcanos after about "25 Baltimore summers too many," the Parkville native says with a laugh.
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March 25, 2000
Elmer Ellsworth Jenne, 65, insurance salesman Elmer Ellsworth Jenne, an insurance salesman, died Wednesday of a heart attack at Carroll County General Hospital. He was 65 and lived in Westminster. He was associated with the John Hancock, Pennsylvania National and Sun Life insurance companies during his career. Born in Pittsburgh, where he attended local schools, he also attended the Johns Hopkins University. He moved to Parkville in the late 1950s and to Westminster in 1985. He is survived by his wife of 39 years, the former Patricia Hagen, an AAI Corp.
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By LAURA LIPPMAN and LAURA LIPPMAN,SUN STAFF | March 2, 1997
"Necessary Madness," by Jenn Crowell, G.P. Putnam's Sons, 208 pages, $21.95At first, I tried to will myself into forgetting that that author of "Necessary Madness" was 17 when her manuscript was accepted for publication. I wanted to have the experience her editor purportedly had, of reading the book and discovering the author's tender age after the fact.Then I realized that Putnam has no intention of letting anyone read this novel in such blissful ignorance. The galley arrives with a note on the cover from the CEO, Phyllis E. Grann ("It is a smart, touching love story by a gifted young writer ... a very young writer.
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By Researched by Andrea Wilson and Researched by Andrea Wilson,SUN STAFF | February 16, 1997
Stories flow from Jenn Crowell. Tales about 9-year-olds. Divorce. Horses. Road trips. British artists. At 4, she made up stories and asked her grandparents to write them down. In grade school, she wrote them herself and begged people to read her creations. In junior high, she refined them, sent them off to contests, then scribbled more. In the car. While eating. On the beach. During class.By the time she was 17, she'd written a novel about a 30-year-old woman whose husband dies. Then, as always, she asked someone to read what she wrote.
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By Amy L. Miller and Amy L. Miller,Sun Staff Writer | May 20, 1994
Carroll County's new head of the economic development office will bear the title of director, the county commissioners said yesterday, and that the person to be hired for that position will report directly to them.The decision comes more than a week after William E. Jenne, county economic development office administrator, announced that he would resign to become a commercial banking officer for Taneytown Bank and Trust.Carroll County has not had a full-time economic development director since James C. Threatte resigned in July 1992.
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By Amy L. Miller and Amy L. Miller,Sun Staff Writer | May 20, 1994
Carroll County's new head of the economic development office will bear the title of director, the county commissioners said yesterday, and that the person to be hired for that position will report directly to them.The decision comes more than a week after William E. Jenne, county economic development office administrator, announced that he would resign to become a commercial banking officer for Taneytown Bank and Trust.Carroll County has not had a full-time economic development director since James C. Threatte resigned in July 1992.
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By Kerry O'Rourke and Kerry O'Rourke,Staff Writer | August 15, 1993
Between eating crab balls as big as baseballs and admiring the Chicago skyline last week, Carroll officials may have convinced a Midwest food distributor to move east.The company, which remains anonymous for now, would fill a 100,000-square-foot facility and employ 100 people, Commissioner Elmer C. Lippy said Friday.In five years, the business would double the size of its building and hire 50 more employees, he said, and by its 10th year, it would employ 200 people. The company needs access to the railroad, Mr. Lippy said.
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By Donna E. Boller and Donna E. Boller,Sun Staff Writer | May 12, 1994
Carroll County government is trying two approaches to solve a problem that may jeopardize or delay an experimental aircraft maker's plan to open a plant in the air business center north of Westminster.The problem: The building designed for Freewing Aircraft Corp. lies partly in an area that the Federal Aviation Administration will eventually require to be kept free of obstacles. The FAA requirement will become effective when the county completes plans to upgrade the airport to allow precision instrument landings.
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By Amy L. Miller and Amy L. Miller,Sun Staff Writer | May 10, 1994
William E. Jenne, Carroll County's administrator for the Office of Economic Development, announced yesterday that he will resign May 20.He will join Taneytown Bank and Trust Co. as the sole commercial banking officer in its Westminster branch at the end of the month."
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