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By James M. Coram and James M. Coram,Sun Staff Writer | August 23, 1995
Jean F. Moon, a civic leader and general manager of Patuxent Publishing Co., is leaving the weekly publishing empire that she helped build because of "irreconcilable differences" with her longtime partner, publisher S. Zeke Orlinsky."
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December 12, 2011
I find it unconscionable that our esteemed members of the "fourth estate" employed by Patuxent Publishing have been relatively biased in their reporting on the siting of the proposed CSX intermodal site in Maryland. Not once have your reporters done any obvious investigative work to confirm what residents suspect: that CSX has been less than transparent in its disclosures to the general public. Whenever anyone asks CSX (and the Maryland Department of Transportation to a lesser degree)
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | June 12, 2004
Patuxent Publishing Co. announced yesterday that it has bought the Eldersburg Eagle, a community newspaper that serves the southern Carroll County communities of Eldersburg, Sykesville and Marriottsville. David Greenwalt, who first published the Eagle two years ago, will remain the newspaper's publisher. Patuxent Publishing is publisher of 13 community newspapers, three magazines and eight telephone directories. Patuxent is a subsidiary of the Baltimore Sun Co.
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By Patrice Dirican | December 7, 2011
The exact day this column runs (Friday), marks my last day as a copy editor with my buyout from The Tribune Company, which publishes The Aegis, taking effect . My journalism career began 17 years ago when I was lucky enough to be hired as an editorial assistant for The Northeast Times Booster and The Northeast Times Reporter, two weekly newspapers put out by Patuxent Publishing Co. (also owned by Tribune) that have since been combined into the single publication, The Northeast Booster Reporter, that is issued monthly.
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By Alan J. Craver and Alan J. Craver,Staff Writer | January 19, 1993
The company that publishes the Columbia Flier, the Howar County Times and nearly a dozen other suburban Baltimore newspapers has been sued by a bank seeking payment of more than $300,000 for an unpaid loan.First American Bank of Maryland claims in a Howard Circuit Court suit filed Jan. 5 that Patuxent Publishing Co. of Columbia defaulted on a commercial note.The bank is asking that the company be ordered to pay the $296,472 balance of the note, plus daily interest, late charges and attorney fees, the suit says.
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By Kevin L. McQuaid and Kevin L. McQuaid,SUN STAFF | June 11, 1997
In a move aimed at strengthening its regional business, The Baltimore Sun Co. announced yesterday plans to buy Patuxent Publishing Co., a Columbia-based publisher of weekly newspapers and other publications.Patuxent publishes 13 weekly papers in Howard and Baltimore counties, including the Columbia Flier, the Jeffersonian and the Northeast Times Reporter. It also publishes seven community telephone directories and two magazines, concentrated in Howard and Carroll counties. Combined, Patuxent publications have an average circulation of more than 250,000 a week.
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By Ivan Penn and James M. Coram and Ivan Penn and James M. Coram,SUN STAFF | May 8, 1996
Ending his eight-month tenure as the general manager of Patuxent Publishing Co., Michael J. Esses will leave the Columbia-based newspaper chain for a related company in Easton, Chesapeake Publishing Corp.His quick departure points up continued uncertainties at Patuxent, publisher of suburban-oriented weekly newspapers. Both Patuxent and Chesapeake -- publisher of the Star Democrat in Easton, and several weeklies -- are owned by New York-based Whitney Communications.Esses was hired after the dismissal of former general manager Jean F. Moon in August because of what she called "irreconcilable differences" with Publisher S. Zeke Orlinsky.
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June 28, 1996
An article in Sunday's Howard County edition of The Sun about a proposed Columbia health club cited a publication of the Rouse Co. In fact, that publication was "published through a partnership between Patuxent Publishing and The Rouse Company," according to the publication.Pub Date: 6/28/96
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January 31, 2007
Hall of fame -- The 11th Howard County Women's Athletics Hall of Fame game and induction ceremony will be held Saturday at Atholton High School in Columbia. Inductees are Tierney Clark Ahearn, Sylvia Groomes, Kisha Jett and Genny O'Donnell Kozusko. The event, which is sponsored by Patuxent Publishing, will be held between the alumnae basketball game, which starts at 5 p.m., and the Centennial vs. Atholton girls varsity basketball game, which starts at 7 p.m. There is a charge for admission; proceeds will go to the Women's Giving Circle.
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January 17, 2005
`ChesapeakeHome' magazine bought by Patuxent Publishing Patuxent Publishing Co. has acquired ChesapeakeHome, a house and garden magazine for the Mid-Atlantic region. The magazine, launched in 1993, will publish seven issues this year - including a kitchen and bath issue and its annual guide to industry experts. Patuxent, which publishes 15 community newspapers, five magazines and eight telephone directories, is a subsidiary of the Tribune Co., which owns The Sun. Animal group seeks places to put labeled magazines Animal Advocates of Howard County is seeking businesses willing to place family magazines that bear labels from the organization in their waiting rooms or lobbies.
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October 13, 2011
Steve Poynot , Senior Vice President and Team Leader for Howard Bank, has been selected for the Next Leaders in Banking inaugural roster by the Maryland Bankers Association. Poynot will be honored at the Next Leaders in Banking Awards Breakfast on Oct. 6. The 16 honorees were selected for "demonstrating that they are rising stars in the profession, and whose work helps to put all bankers in a good light. " Lisa Kawata , of Laurel, has joined The Arc of Howard County as Volunteer Coordinator in the Resource Development department.
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June 22, 2011
Send sports notices a minimum of two weeks before the requested publication date to Patuxent Publishing/TT Sports Notices, 501 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, MD 21278; email tworgo@patuxent.com . Include date, time, location, contact information and subsection. Competitive Towson Spartans football registration continues for new players. 443-226-6340 or http://www.towsonrec.com. Wood bat baseball league needs substitute players. Weekend games in Lutherville.
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June 13, 2011
An unwritten rule at every major newspaper has always been that there should be a wall between advertising and editorial, but in the June 9 issue of the Columbia Flier that rule was broken. The article on page 8, "Nelson is the new face for marketing CA" , with two very nice photographs of Columbia Association president Phil Nelson supplied to the paper by the photographer who did the ad photos, violates all rules of good journalism. The Columbia Association is a major advertiser with Patuxent Publishing, as you can see with their weekly full-page ads on the back cover of the Flier.
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By Sandy Alexander and Sandy Alexander,special to the Sun | December 16, 2007
Wreath and Basket.com charmed a panel of judges in the Ellicott City window-decorating contest this year with snow, greenery and wooden Nutcracker characters based on the well-loved ballet. The store was named the first-place winner among 16 entrants in Ellicott City's historic district. This was the second such contest organized by the Ellicott City Restoration Foundation Inc. Judges from Howard County Tourism and Patuxent Publishing - both of which provided prizes - joined County Council Chairman Courtney Watson in choosing the winner this month.
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January 31, 2007
Hall of fame -- The 11th Howard County Women's Athletics Hall of Fame game and induction ceremony will be held Saturday at Atholton High School in Columbia. Inductees are Tierney Clark Ahearn, Sylvia Groomes, Kisha Jett and Genny O'Donnell Kozusko. The event, which is sponsored by Patuxent Publishing, will be held between the alumnae basketball game, which starts at 5 p.m., and the Centennial vs. Atholton girls varsity basketball game, which starts at 7 p.m. There is a charge for admission; proceeds will go to the Women's Giving Circle.
NEWS
January 17, 2005
`ChesapeakeHome' magazine bought by Patuxent Publishing Patuxent Publishing Co. has acquired ChesapeakeHome, a house and garden magazine for the Mid-Atlantic region. The magazine, launched in 1993, will publish seven issues this year - including a kitchen and bath issue and its annual guide to industry experts. Patuxent, which publishes 15 community newspapers, five magazines and eight telephone directories, is a subsidiary of the Tribune Co., which owns The Sun. Animal group seeks places to put labeled magazines Animal Advocates of Howard County is seeking businesses willing to place family magazines that bear labels from the organization in their waiting rooms or lobbies.
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June 13, 2011
An unwritten rule at every major newspaper has always been that there should be a wall between advertising and editorial, but in the June 9 issue of the Columbia Flier that rule was broken. The article on page 8, "Nelson is the new face for marketing CA" , with two very nice photographs of Columbia Association president Phil Nelson supplied to the paper by the photographer who did the ad photos, violates all rules of good journalism. The Columbia Association is a major advertiser with Patuxent Publishing, as you can see with their weekly full-page ads on the back cover of the Flier.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | June 12, 2004
Patuxent Publishing Co. announced yesterday that it has bought the Eldersburg Eagle, a community newspaper that serves the southern Carroll County communities of Eldersburg, Sykesville and Marriottsville. David Greenwalt, who first published the Eagle two years ago, will remain the newspaper's publisher. Patuxent Publishing is publisher of 13 community newspapers, three magazines and eight telephone directories. Patuxent is a subsidiary of the Baltimore Sun Co.
NEWS
November 23, 1998
Executive editor to leave Patuxent Publishing Co.Tom Graham, executive editor at Patuxent Publishing Co., is leaving to pursue other interests after 25 years with the company.Graham joined the staff of Patuxent's flagship newspaper, the Columbia Flier, in 1973.During his career, Patuxent grew from a company publishing one community newspaper to one with 13 Maryland weeklies, including the Towson Times, Owings Mills Times and Laurel Leader.Graham will remain with the company until the end of the year.
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