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By Natalie Sherman and The Baltimore Sun | September 18, 2014
Kohl's Department Stores plans to hire roughly 2,300 people at its Edgewood facility in anticipation of online holiday orders, the company said Thursday. The jobs are part of some 67,000 the Wisconsin-based firm expects to add during the holiday season, including roughly 50 people per store and 9,300 at distribution centers, the firm said in a release. Kohl's has roughly 1,160 locations in 49 states. Seasonal hiring at the Edgewood e-commerce fulfillment center will finish in November.
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By Natalie Sherman and The Baltimore Sun | September 18, 2014
Kohl's Department Stores plans to hire roughly 2,300 people at its Edgewood facility in anticipation of online holiday orders, the company said Thursday. The jobs are part of some 67,000 the Wisconsin-based firm expects to add during the holiday season, including roughly 50 people per store and 9,300 at distribution centers, the firm said in a release. Kohl's has roughly 1,160 locations in 49 states. Seasonal hiring at the Edgewood e-commerce fulfillment center will finish in November.
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October 5, 2008
On September 30, 2008, Nancy Kohl A memorial service will be held at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, inc. 1050 York Road (beltway exit 26A) on Wednesday at 1 P.M. Interment to follow at Druid Ridge Cemetery.
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By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | September 19, 2013
Kohl's Department Stores said Thursday that it will hire about 1,400 workers at its Edgewood distribution center as it temporarily staffs up for holiday shopping. The company said it began hiring at distribution centers in August and will continue for a few months in preparation for holiday shoppers and other seasonal purchases. Its Harford County e-commerce fulfillment center, at 1701 Trimble Rd., is hiring temporary workers for full- and part-time jobs. Kohl's expects that seasonal hiring in its stores will begin in October.
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December 4, 1990
With Mikhail Gorbachev down, Margaret Thatcher out and Francois Mitterrand presiding over a shell of a French government, Germany's Chancellor Helmut Kohl reigns as the most secure and influential political leader of Europe. After handily winning the first free all-German election since Hitler, Mr. Kohl is expected to push hard for European unity as a follow-on to the German reunification he achieved at lightning speed.His first international task, however, will be to pay off the Bush administration for assiduous support of the German reunion drive that proved Mr. Kohl's re-election ticket.
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Lorraine Mirabella | August 2, 2013
Kohl's Department Stores is giving away prizes in a promotion to spur back-to-school spending. The "Win Great Things Back-to-School Sweepstakes" promotion will run through Sept. 2. Starting Sunday, shoppers will get one scratch-off game piece for every $30 spent for a chance to win items such as Keurigmini-coffee brewers, JanSport backpacks,  iTunes gift cards, movie tickets, Shutterfly prints and other merchandise. The discount department store, which operates 1,155 stores in 49 states,  also will be giving away 50 gift cards totaling $1,000.
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By Carl Schoettler and Carl Schoettler,Berlin Bureau | April 24, 1992
BERLIN -- The cartoon in the poster at every subway stop shows a reporter perched like a flea on the end of Chancellor Helmut Kohl's long, long nose."We're not afraid of big animals," the Berliner Morgenpost newspaper advertisement boasts.The caricature is nicely symbolic of Mr. Kohl's plight today. He's being pricked and prodded from all sides. Everybody's in his face, from radical right Republikaners to the World Jewish Congress.The right is upset about the enormous influx of refugees coming to Germany.
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April 23, 1991
German Chancellor Helmut Kohl's stunning defeat in a home-state election sends a powerful trans-Atlantic signal to politicians who make extravagant promises of no new taxes. Like President Bush before him, Mr. Kohl had to renege. And like Mr. Bush, his popularity and credibility plummeted in the wake of his reversal. The president was able to bounce back with the gulf war; no such trampoline is in place for the German leader.Only five months ago, Mr. Kohl was the triumphant "unification chancellor," the man who forced the pace to unite the two Germanys with assurances that taxes would not be increased and "no one will be worse off."
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By Tanika White and Tanika White,SUN STAFF | August 19, 2005
Stacey Baddock was shopping for her college-bound daughter at Kohl's this week when Ashley Judd's glowing visage, smiling from a backlit beauty counter, enticed her to browse. "I could kick myself!" says Baddock of Owings Mills, the back of her hand smeared with shades of apricot and cinnamon. "I just bought a lipstick for $16, and they have one here I like for $10!" Nearby, Kohl's executives - observing at the new Timonium store on Ridgely Road - smiled. Because of course that's the point of Kohl's celebrated Beauty Bank - a full-fledged beauty counter stocked with four lines of professional makeup and skin care, created exclusively for Kohl's by cosmetics giant Estee Lauder.
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By Los Angeles Times | October 15, 1990
BERLIN -- The parties of Chancellor Helmut Kohl's ruling coalition swept five of six state elections yesterday, four of them in the former territory of East Germany. The show of strength leaves Mr. Kohl the overwhelming favorite to retain the chancellor's post in national elections just seven weeks away.In addition to giving Mr. Kohl the inside track to become the first freely elected all-German chancellor in nearly 60 years, the extent of the coalition parties' victory yesterday also enabled the Kohl government to recapture a majority in the Bundesrat, the federal Parliament's upper house, whose composition is determined by the country's 16 states.
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Lorraine Mirabella | August 2, 2013
Kohl's Department Stores is giving away prizes in a promotion to spur back-to-school spending. The "Win Great Things Back-to-School Sweepstakes" promotion will run through Sept. 2. Starting Sunday, shoppers will get one scratch-off game piece for every $30 spent for a chance to win items such as Keurigmini-coffee brewers, JanSport backpacks,  iTunes gift cards, movie tickets, Shutterfly prints and other merchandise. The discount department store, which operates 1,155 stores in 49 states,  also will be giving away 50 gift cards totaling $1,000.
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By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | March 29, 2011
Retailers Kohl's Corp. and Wegmans Food Markets announced plans Tuesday to start hiring workers for new locations in Harford County that will create 1,800 jobs. Kohl's plans to open a distribution center in July in Edgewood that will employ 1,200 workers by 2014. The facility on Trimble Road, which Kohl's purchased, will fulfill online orders. The department store operator anticipates employing more than 200 full- and part-time workers when the center opens, with hiring for hourly and management positions beginning this month.
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January 5, 2010
Kohl's Department Stores said Monday that it will open two new stores in March. One will be in Annapolis, at Somerville and Solomons Island roads, and the other in Middle River at Martin Boulevard and Middle River Road. The retailer will hold five-day job fairs from Jan. 10-15 to help fill a combined 280 jobs at the two stores. The Annapolis job fair will be held at the Double Tree hotel on Holiday Court, and the job fair in Middle River will be held at the Hilton Garden Inn on Campbell Boulevard.
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March 28, 2009
On March 17, 2009 KENNETH L. Beloved son of the late Gloria Rehberger and loving brother of Dennis W. Lilly and loving nephew of Joanne Jenkins, Linda Kohl and Sharon Genco. Also survived by loving cousins, nieces and nephews. Private memorial service to be held March 29th.
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By Andrea K. Walker and Andrea K. Walker,andrea.walker@baltsun.com | November 16, 2008
Nkeng Bailey is determined to give her son and daughter a nice Christmas, but she knows she'll have to make some sacrifices in these tough economic times, such as buying an acoustic guitar for her son instead of the more expensive electric one. Last week, the 33-year-old geriatric nursing assistant loaded a cart at Kmart with board games, teddy bears, a football and dolls. Then she put all the gifts on layaway to help her better manage holiday spending and "make sure we can still eat and I can keep the heat on."
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October 5, 2008
On September 30, 2008, Nancy Kohl A memorial service will be held at the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, inc. 1050 York Road (beltway exit 26A) on Wednesday at 1 P.M. Interment to follow at Druid Ridge Cemetery.
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | January 5, 1997
MOSCOW -- Expressing unusual confidence that it has finally become possible to resolve the biggest diplomatic chasm separating Russia and the West, German Chancellor Helmut Kohl predicted yesterday that the standoff over NATO's expansion into Eastern Europe would end this year."
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By Ian Johnson and Ian Johnson,Special to The Sun | April 24, 1991
BERLIN -- A yearlong battle for possession of united Germany's government tilted decisively in favor of Berlin yesterday when Chancellor Helmut Kohl gave the city his backing."
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By Sandra M. Jones and Sandra M. Jones,Chicago Tribune | March 22, 2008
Rock star Avril Lavigne, the singer with raccoon eyeliner and skull-and-hearts style, is about to start selling a clothing line at Kohl's Corp., the traditional discount department store from Wisconsin that has been dabbling in trendier fashion. The deal, announced early this month, would have been unfathomable five years ago, before Isaac Mizrahi teamed with Target Corp. to make discount shopping cool. Now it's just the latest iteration in the swelling establishment of "cheap chic." While the idea of marketing trendy apparel and home goods to the masses - an idea pioneered at Target - has been building for years, the cheap chic phenomenon is seeping into everything from candles to bath towels to baby blankets to lamps, and bringing together such unlikely combinations as Wal-Mart and Norma Kamali.
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By Tanika White and Tanika White,Sun Reporter | September 10, 2007
Designer Vera Wang unveiled her spring collection under the Fashion Week tents at Bryant Park on Friday, displaying metallic printed skirts and boldly colored dresses. But for those who can't afford $1,500 dresses - or higher-priced items from Wang's runway line - the bridal-gown-guru-turned-top-ready-to-wear designer also has launched a more affordable option. Simply Vera Vera Wang officially debuted last week at Kohl's department stores. The clothes, from $34 to $200, shuttle Wang into the ever-growing group of designers who have partnered with discount chains to sell luxury-style clothing to everyday people.
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