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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | March 4, 2013
A delivery truck stocked with Berger cookies rolled out of the Cherry Hill bakery Monday morning for the first time in more than a month. The well-known sweets are finally back in stores after Berger's closure by the Baltimore City Health Department Jan. 31; the bakery was closed for operating without a city-issued food-service license. The Health Department approved the bakery's license Wednesday, and the bakery started to gear up for production the next day. On Monday, workers in hairnets and aprons frosted cookies, packed the treats and sent them off. Corey DeBaufre, whose family has been making the cookies since 1969, said the bakery would keep its regular production schedule for the time being.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | March 4, 2013
A delivery truck stocked with Berger cookies rolled out of the Cherry Hill bakery Monday morning for the first time in more than a month. The well-known sweets are finally back in stores after Berger's closure by the Baltimore City Health Department Jan. 31; the bakery was closed for operating without a city-issued food-service license. The Health Department approved the bakery's license Wednesday, and the bakery started to gear up for production the next day. On Monday, workers in hairnets and aprons frosted cookies, packed the treats and sent them off. Corey DeBaufre, whose family has been making the cookies since 1969, said the bakery would keep its regular production schedule for the time being.
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BUSINESS
By Ted Shelsby and Ted Shelsby,SUN STAFF | December 14, 2002
Production at the General Motors van plant in Baltimore ended for the year yesterday as new figures showed that combined sales of the Chevrolet Astro and GMC Safari were off 27 percent last month. Astro sales, which account for the bulk of the production at the Broening Highway plant, were off 27.3 percent last month and are down 14.2 percent for the first 11 months of the year. GM dealers sold only 740 Safari vans in the United States last month, nearly 39 percent fewer than November 2001.
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By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,Sun reporter | July 14, 2008
Beth Vessey lives 36 miles from her Howard County government job in Ellicott City. And although her Toyota Camry gets a healthy 29 miles to the gallon, commuting four days a week instead of five sounds appealing. "It would save me a lot of money," said Vessey, who lives near Westminster. "It seems like it might be a good idea." Vessey, who has worked in the Howard County communications office for 20 years, took notice when County Executive Ken Ulman announced last week that alternative work schedules will be available for some county employees.
NEWS
By NEWSDAY | November 17, 1997
WASHINGTON -- There's a new quarter in your future. Actually 50 new quarters honoring each state over the next decade.Under the plan, next year the Treasury Department will solicit the first major redesign of the quarter since the Depression, replacing the spread-winged eagle that, except for a bicentennial commemorative coin, has graced the coin continually since 1932.Five new coins will be minted each year for the next decade, carrying on the back of the coin a symbol of each state in the order they were admitted to the union.
BUSINESS
By Tom Bowman and Greg Schneider and Tom Bowman and Greg Schneider,SUN STAFF | May 13, 1997
WASHINGTON -- Defense Department officials are proposing to trim the production schedule of two new fighter aircraft -- the FA-18 E/F Super Hornet and the F-22 Raptor -- to save money for other weapons, Pentagon sources said yesterday.The production rate for the Navy's FA-18 E/F, which accounts for about 400 high-paying engineering and scientific jobs in Maryland, could slow by more than a dozen planes per year over the coming years, the sources said.The Maryland jobs are not at risk, one Navy official said, because they are tied to a testing program at Patuxent River Naval Air Station that will continue for two more years regardless of the number of airplanes built.
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By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | August 26, 2002
Dough is not the only thing on the rise at the Breadery micro mill and bakery on U.S. 40 in Ellicott City. After five years of selling freshly milled and baked bread from its storefront, and at farmers' markets and a few local health food stores, the Breadery is taking steps to expand outside Howard County. The company of four full-time and 13 part-time employees is increasing its production schedule, installing new equipment to help automate the process, and working with a distributor to sell the company's goods beyond Howard County's borders.
BUSINESS
By Alex Pham and Alex Pham,LOS ANGELES TIMES | December 12, 2007
Wii're all sold out. Legions of shoppers are getting the message nearly everywhere they look for Nintendo Co.'s video game console. Even though it ramped up production capacity twice this year, Nintendo isn't meeting demand for the Wii, which has been on the market for more than a year and is, somehow, this season's hottest hard-to-find gift. Nintendo executives said the Japanese company had thought its production schedule -- about 1.8 million consoles a month -- would be sufficient.
NEWS
By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,Sun reporter | July 14, 2008
Beth Vessey lives 36 miles from her Howard County government job in Ellicott City. And although her Toyota Camry gets a healthy 29 miles to the gallon, commuting four days a week instead of five sounds appealing. "It would save me a lot of money," said Vessey, who lives near Westminster. "It seems like it might be a good idea." Vessey, who has worked in the Howard County communications office for 20 years, took notice when County Executive Ken Ulman announced last week that alternative work schedules will be available for some county employees.
NEWS
By Mary Johnson and Mary Johnson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 19, 2001
The Ballet Theatre of Maryland concludes its 20th anniversary season with a new production of "Cinderella" to be presented at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts in Annapolis and Chesapeake Center for the Creative Arts in Brooklyn Park on consecutive weekends beginning Saturday. Choreographed by artistic director Edward Stewart to the music of Serge Prokofiev, this three-act "Cinderella" ballet promises interesting innovations on the fairy-tale favorite. "We are very excited to add this completely new production to the company's repertoire and welcome the opportunity to stage it in different venues," Stewart said.
BUSINESS
By Alex Pham and Alex Pham,LOS ANGELES TIMES | December 12, 2007
Wii're all sold out. Legions of shoppers are getting the message nearly everywhere they look for Nintendo Co.'s video game console. Even though it ramped up production capacity twice this year, Nintendo isn't meeting demand for the Wii, which has been on the market for more than a year and is, somehow, this season's hottest hard-to-find gift. Nintendo executives said the Japanese company had thought its production schedule -- about 1.8 million consoles a month -- would be sufficient.
BUSINESS
By Ted Shelsby and Ted Shelsby,SUN STAFF | December 14, 2002
Production at the General Motors van plant in Baltimore ended for the year yesterday as new figures showed that combined sales of the Chevrolet Astro and GMC Safari were off 27 percent last month. Astro sales, which account for the bulk of the production at the Broening Highway plant, were off 27.3 percent last month and are down 14.2 percent for the first 11 months of the year. GM dealers sold only 740 Safari vans in the United States last month, nearly 39 percent fewer than November 2001.
NEWS
By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | August 26, 2002
Dough is not the only thing on the rise at the Breadery micro mill and bakery on U.S. 40 in Ellicott City. After five years of selling freshly milled and baked bread from its storefront, and at farmers' markets and a few local health food stores, the Breadery is taking steps to expand outside Howard County. The company of four full-time and 13 part-time employees is increasing its production schedule, installing new equipment to help automate the process, and working with a distributor to sell the company's goods beyond Howard County's borders.
NEWS
By Mary Johnson and Mary Johnson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 19, 2001
The Ballet Theatre of Maryland concludes its 20th anniversary season with a new production of "Cinderella" to be presented at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts in Annapolis and Chesapeake Center for the Creative Arts in Brooklyn Park on consecutive weekends beginning Saturday. Choreographed by artistic director Edward Stewart to the music of Serge Prokofiev, this three-act "Cinderella" ballet promises interesting innovations on the fairy-tale favorite. "We are very excited to add this completely new production to the company's repertoire and welcome the opportunity to stage it in different venues," Stewart said.
NEWS
By NEWSDAY | November 17, 1997
WASHINGTON -- There's a new quarter in your future. Actually 50 new quarters honoring each state over the next decade.Under the plan, next year the Treasury Department will solicit the first major redesign of the quarter since the Depression, replacing the spread-winged eagle that, except for a bicentennial commemorative coin, has graced the coin continually since 1932.Five new coins will be minted each year for the next decade, carrying on the back of the coin a symbol of each state in the order they were admitted to the union.
BUSINESS
By Tom Bowman and Greg Schneider and Tom Bowman and Greg Schneider,SUN STAFF | May 13, 1997
WASHINGTON -- Defense Department officials are proposing to trim the production schedule of two new fighter aircraft -- the FA-18 E/F Super Hornet and the F-22 Raptor -- to save money for other weapons, Pentagon sources said yesterday.The production rate for the Navy's FA-18 E/F, which accounts for about 400 high-paying engineering and scientific jobs in Maryland, could slow by more than a dozen planes per year over the coming years, the sources said.The Maryland jobs are not at risk, one Navy official said, because they are tied to a testing program at Patuxent River Naval Air Station that will continue for two more years regardless of the number of airplanes built.
BUSINESS
March 9, 1992
New take on tempsFor one glimpse of the changing workplace, take a look at a 4-year-old firm called Alternative Resources Corp.With headquarters in Chicago and offices in Dallas and Fort Worth, ARC has put its own spin on what is generally known as contingency, temporary or contract work. The company specializes in computer operations personnel, personal computer technicians and telecommunications specialists.What's more unusual is ARC's market positioning as neither a standard temporary help firm nor an outsourcing specialist (a company that takes over an entire function, including its management)
BUSINESS
By Tim Higgins and Tim Higgins,Tribune Newspapers | October 13, 2009
The new General Motors Co. is showing some old GM traits, say several industry analysts who question the automaker's plans to increase North American production next year by about 45 percent. GM has announced it plans to build about 2.8 million vehicles next year in North America. That's well below the number of vehicles GM built in 2008 but nearly 1 million more than the company expects to assemble this year. When an automaker builds more cars and trucks than consumers want, as GM has done in the past, it is forced to discount the vehicles, which cuts into profits.
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