September 7, 2006
On September 5, 2006, PAUL H., beloved husband of the late Rosalie Wyndham; dear father of Rodney and his wife Carol Wyndham, Paulette and her fiance Larry McKnight; brother of Robert Wyndham, Margaret J. Ward, Mary P. Booth and William O. Wyndham. Friends may call a the Gonce Funeral Service, P.A., 4001 Ritchie Highway, on Friday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Services will be held on Saturday at 10 A.M. Interment in Cedar Hill Cemetery.
April 14, 2006
DeAngelo D. Hunter, a hotel worker and Baltimore resident, died Tuesday at Maryland Shock Trauma Center after being stabbed. He was 24. Mr. Hunter was stabbed late Monday night in the 3300 block of Old Frederick Road. Police said yesterday that they had made no arrests in the case. Mr. Hunter was born in Baltimore and raised in Edmondson Village. He attended Walbrook High School, where he was shortstop on the school's varsity baseball team. He earned his General Educational Development diploma and was a former employee at the Baltimore RESCO waste-to-energy plant in Westport.
March 16, 2006
Downtown Baltimore will get a second Sheraton hotel when the 707-room Wyndham Baltimore Inner Harbor takes on a new flag by year's end. The 27-story twin towers will operate as the Sheraton City Center after an overhaul of the hotel's rooms and public spaces, officials said yesterday. The property, at 101 W. Fayette St. in Charles Center, is just a few blocks north of the Sheraton Inner Harbor at 300 S. Charles St. The reflagging will be the property's fourth brand, after previously operating as a Hilton and an Omni.
July 26, 2004
Finding employment in today's competitive market has gone far beyond mere ink and paper. It no longer consists of hours spent scouring classified advertisements in newspapers and mailing out resumes. Today, the process is more technologically advanced -- and for those who are uncomfortable with the Internet, the online job hunt can be daunting. The Re-Employment Assistance Center, however, has a solution. The Towson-based center will sponsor "Looking for Work in the 21st Century" today from 8:45 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at its offices at 901 Dulaney Valley Road.
December 20, 2001
In the Region Publisher sues Legg Mason, says reports were pirated Legg Mason Inc. is accused in a federal lawsuit of handing out "thousands" of copies of analysis documents from Lowry's Reports Inc. to employees and customers without paying for them. The prominent brokerage bought a subscription to Lowry's, then supplied complete copies of reports to workers and customers, allowing them to avoid "the modest subscription cost that thousands of honest financial advisers at competitor firms pay each year," the suit, filed in U.S. District Court in Baltimore, alleges.
October 10, 2000
NAACP President Kweisi Mfume urged travelers yesterday to avoid patronizing the Omni, Radisson, Wyndham and Starwood hotel chains - an action that could have a substantial economic impact on those corporations. African-Americans spend more than $4.6 billion annually in travel and tourism, Mfume said at a news conference at the headquarters of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People in Northwest Baltimore, where he issued grades for 11 of the hotel industry's major chains.