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Karen Mashinski | HARTFORD MUTUAL Harford Mutual Insurance, of Bel Air, has announced the appointment of Karen Mashinski, CPA, CPCU, as Vice President and Chief Financial Officer. She will assume a strategic role in the overall management of the company and will have primary day-to-day reMaryland Daily Record1 hour, 32 minutes agoEric Clarke | EVERGREEN ADVISORS Eric Clarke has joined Evergreen Advisors as vice president in the CFO Advisory Practice. The practice specializes in managing the accounting needs of emerging and high-growth companies at different stages of their growth.Maryland Daily Record1 hour, 38 minutes agoBrian Kroneberger | RBC WEALTH MANAGEMENT Brian Kroneberger, CFP, senior vice president financial advisor with RBC Wealth Management, has been named to the 2015 Barrons Top 1200 Financial Advisor list for the sixth year in a row. Kroneberger is partner of the Dyer, Kroneberger and Hobson Group inMaryland Daily Record1 hour, 49 minutes agoJim Smith | SMITH, GILDEA & SCHMIDT Jim Smith, the former Maryland secretary of transportation and Baltimore County executive, is returning to Smith, Gildea & Schmidt, LLC, where will be of Counsel. He will work with SGSs 13 attorneys, including his son, Michael Paul Smith, and will assMaryland Daily Record1 hour, 59 minutes ago5 hours, 36 minutes ago6 hours, 24 minutes ago6 hours, 45 minutes ago7 hours, 4 minutes ago8 hours, 2 minutes ago
Free training Tuesday Free training for people concerned that a loved one is at risk for overdosing on heroin or prescription pain medication1 hour, 33 minutes agoMaryland women beat Tennessee, 58-48, advance to Final Four The top-seeded Maryland women's basketball team is heading back to the Final Four for the second straight season, courtesy of a 58-48 victory over No. 2 seed Tennessee on Monday night earned with defensive grit, clutch foul shooting and a redemptive perfo2 hours, 21 minutes agoSky Zone hosts 'sensory friendly' night for kids Sky Zone trampoline park inTimoniumis place where kids are actually encouraged to bounce off the walls.ABC2News.com2 hours, 42 minutes ago55 busted for underage drinking at UMBC frat The Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity is making waves again. This time, Howard County Police say a local chapter was busted for an underage drinking party.ABC2News.com3 hours, 1 minute agoMaryland makes Final Four in Women's Championship Maryland is going back to consecutive Final Fours and for the second straight year the Terrapins pushed aside Tennessee to get there.3 hours, 58 minutes agoMaryland advances to Final Four LexieBrown scored 13 of her 15 points in the second half,BrionnaJones added 14 points and nine rebounds and top-seeded Maryland advanced to its second straight Final Four with a 58-48 win over Tennessee on Monday in the Spokane Regional final.ABC2News.com4 hours, 8 minutes agoWEATHER BLOG: Rain Coming After a really nice day Monday, some clouds and showers are on tap tomorrow, as a quick moving system will approach from the west.4 hours, 18 minutes agoRipken Stadium naming rights granted to contractor An agreement has been reached to rename Ripken Stadium to Leidos Field at Ripken Stadium, according to Maroon PR.WBALTV.com4 hours, 26 minutes ago
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Two men killed in Baltimore shootings Two men were shot and killed Monday evening in two separate incidents in Baltimore, police said.1 hour, 11 minutes agoTwo shot dead in separate city incidents Two men were shot to death in separate incidents on Baltimore's west and east sides Monday night, police said.Baltimore Sun1 hour, 20 minutes agoLady Terps Seek Return To Final Four Vs. Tennessee Winner faces Connecticut in the Final Four. The Lady Terps take on the Lady Vols in the Spokane, WA regional final.1 hour, 47 minutes agoPolice charge 2 men with attempted murder Police have arrested and charged two men in two separate shootings that injured two victims.2 hours, 3 minutes agoSalisbury suspends fraternity accused of hazing Salisbury University has suspended its Phi Beta Sigma fraternity chapter for hazing, after members were reported to have hit pledges with paddles and held forced workouts at an off-campus house, school officials said.Baltimore Sun2 hours, 12 minutes agoResidents protest city's planned water shut-offs A couple of dozen protesters rallied outside City Hall on Monday to call on officials to reverse a decision to begin turning off service for water customers who are behind on their bills.Baltimore Sun2 hours, 16 minutes agoWith Plank in, some boaters out at Baltimore Yacht Basin Lou Lample's 38-foot sailboat will leave the dock for the first time in about two years Tuesday, and the 82-year-old Baltimore native isn't happy about it.Baltimore Sun2 hours, 20 minutes agoLocal Frat Chapter Gets In Trouble For Underage Drinking Trouble for another local chapter of the embattled Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity---this time at UMBC.2 hours, 27 minutes agoSports Rehab: Steve Melewski talking Orioles Baseball Steve Melewski from MSANSports.com joined Sports Rehab to talk Orioles baseball and the injuries situation as Spring Training winds down.2 hours, 33 minutes agoRavens Kicker Justin Tucker Gets Married Wedding bells ring for Ravens kicker Justin Tucker.2 hours, 35 minutes ago
1 hour, 3 minutes agoOrioles And Rays Play To 6-6, 10-Inning Tie Evan Longoria hit his third homer of the spring and drove two runs as the Tampa Bay Rays and played to a 6-6 tie in 10 innings Monday.1 hour, 8 minutes agoBaltimore police searching for missing woman Baltimore City police are searching for a missing woman Monday.1 hour, 10 minutes agoBaltimore Co. preps for pothole repair month It is 50 hour work weeks for road crews charged with fixing the pothole problem. Even though March is typically the busiest month for them, the work is far from over.1 hour, 15 minutes agoSmokers React To New Anti-Cigarette Ad A new ad campaign hopes to stop you in your tracks before reaching for a cigarette.Crash blocks northbound I-95 in Harford County All northbound lanes of Interstate 95 are blocked at Mountain Road in Harford County because of a crash, MdTA reports.WBALTV.com1 hour, 16 minutes agoColon cancer patient fights to support others A woman in the fight of her life remains positive as she tries to inspire others and give support where she once found none.WBALTV.comOfficials Visit JHU To Investigate How University Deals With Sex Assault Cases The ongoing federal probe into how Johns Hopkins University deals with sex assault cases takes another step this week as federal officials visit the campus.1 hour, 27 minutes agoFrosh joins opponents of offshore drilling plan Attorney General Brian Frosh Monday became the latest Maryland official to oppose federal plans to open up the Atlantic Regions Outer Continental Shelf to oil and gas exploration.
Drew Nicholas Weighs In On The Terps High Profile Recruit Drew Nicholas of the Big Ten Network joined Scott and Jeremy to discuss the Terps latest commit and preview the Final Four.
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Man suspected of stealing ring from J.C. Penney Baltimore County police are seeking the public's assistance in identifying the suspect in a March 2 theft at the J.C. Penney store in Eastpoint Mall.1 hour, 1 minute agoLesson in finances pays off in classroom, life A Baltimore County teacher's lesson plan in finances is paying off in the classroom and in life.1 hour, 4 minutes agoBus, car ignite after crash in Centreville area A car rear-ends a bus, igniting a fire Sunday afternoon on the Eastern Shore, according to Maryland State Police.WBALTV.comMaryland Attorney General Opposes Offshore Drilling Plan Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh is opposing a plan to allow drilling in the Atlantic region's outer continental shelf.1 hour, 9 minutes agoHigh court will hear Actos failure to warn appeal With more than $1.75 million at stake, Marylands top court said it will consider whether a pharmaceutical company should be held financially liable for negligently failing to warn doctors about a drugs potentially carcinogenic side effect even though the1 hour, 16 minutes agoYou can't go home again Every time I go back to India, the landscape, people, and country as a whole seems to have changed sometimes for the better but sometimes for the worse.1 hour, 22 minutes agoFormer federal agents in Md. charged with bitcoin money laundering Two former federal agents from Maryland have been charged with wire fraud, money laundering and related offenses for stealing digital currency during their investigation of the Bitcoin Silk Road, an underground black market that allowed users to conduct iWEATHER BLOG: Windy Afternoon The relatively weak, moisture-starved, Pacific front will be crossing our area within the next couple of hours.Orioles Slugger Chris Davis Checks In From Spring TrainingBaltimore Orioles first baseman Chris Davis took some time out of his busy schedule to check in with Vinny and Rob for a bit to talk about his motivation and expectations for the upcoming season.1 hour, 30 minutes agoMd. postal employee sentenced for 7-year disability scam A former U.S. Postal Service letter carrier was sentenced in U.S. District Court in Baltimore Monday to 18 months in jail followed by three years probation for filing a fraudulent disability claim and keeping it going for seven years until she was caught,
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LIVE VIDEO: Incident at NSA under investigation An incident was reported Monday morning atNSAHeadquarters.50 minutes agoPolice investigating crash, reports of shooting at Fort Meade Police are investigating a crash and reports of a shooting Monday morning at Fort Meade.WBALTV.com54 minutes agoTop court orders new hearing on Va. voting map The U.S. Supreme Court has told a lower court to reconsider a ruling that would force revisions to Virginias Republican-drawn congressional district map. The justices on Monday ordered reconsideration in light of a ruling they issued last week reviving cl1 hour, 5 minutes agoNYC ban on worship services in schools left intact The U.S. Supreme Court turned away an appeal from a Bronx church that said it has a constitutional right to keep holding worship services in a New York City public school. The justices, without comment, left intact a regulation put in place under former M1 hour, 10 minutes agoSupreme Court rejects student speech case The U.S. Supreme Court rejected an appeal from white high school students who sued after an assistant principal asked them to turn their American flag T-shirts inside-out to prevent fights from breaking out on Cinco de Mayo. The justices left intact a low1 hour, 18 minutes agoDBED Secretary Gill: 'I'm out of here' Department of Business and Economic Development Sec. Michael Gill is chomping at the bit to get out of the office.1 hour, 20 minutes agoJimmy Patsos On The NCAA Final Four And Who He Thinks Will Advance Jimmy Patsos joined Ed and Steve to breakdown the Final Four and who he believes will play for the National Championship.1 hour, 28 minutes ago2 Injured In Shooting At NSA Gate A shooting was reported at the National Security Agency this morning in Ft. Meade.1 hour, 34 minutes agoHogan Signing Bill Making March 30 Vietnam Veterans Day Vietnam veterans are getting some long-delayed appreciation in Maryland.1 hour, 53 minutes ago
Baltimore creates new audits site Baltimore's finance department has created a new page on its websitefor residents to track the progress of the 13 agency-level audits the city must undergo by next year.1 hour, 4 minutes agoMichelle N. Lipkowitz | SAUL EWING Michelle N. Lipkowitz, a partner in Saul Ewing LLP‘s Commercial Litigation Practice and chair of its Diversity & Inclusion Committee, has been named one of the 2015 Most Influential Black Lawyers by Savoy magazine. Lipkowitz focuses her practiceMaryland Daily Record3 hours, 34 minutes agoRachel Box | JHU SCHOOL OF MEDICINE Rachel Box has joined the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine as director of editorial services for the Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. Box will lead a department that provides editorial support for the publications of nearly 50 clinical and reMaryland Daily Record3 hours, 46 minutes agoDorothy H. Morrison | MDOT Dorothy H. Morrison, a Bowie resident and director of the Office of Environment for the Maryland Department of Transportation, has been selected to participate in Leadership Maryland’s Class of 2015. Leadership Maryland is a professional developmentMaryland Daily Record3 hours, 53 minutes agoPhilip A. Dacey | MVA Leadership Maryland has announced that Philip A. Dacey, a Frederick City alderman and director of external affairs at the Motor Vehicle Administration, has been chosen for Leadership Marylands Class of 2015. Leadership Maryland is a professional developmeMaryland Daily Record4 hours, 2 minutes ago7 hours, 24 minutes ago8 hours, 3 minutes ago8 hours, 21 minutes ago9 hours, 22 minutes ago9 hours, 34 minutes ago
Baltimore Police Searching For Clues In 15-Year Cold Case For 15 years family and police continue to search for answers in the brutal murder of a woman outside in broad daylight.3 hours, 20 minutes agoFlight From BWI Forced To Land After Bird Strikes Windshield A U.S. Airways flight from BWI Thurgood Marshall to Phoenix was forced to turn around after takeoff tonight.4 hours agoMan injured near moving train in Edgewood A man was injured and rail traffic was shut down after an incident near the CSX tracks in the Edgewood area Sunday evening, local rescue officials reported.4 hours, 17 minutes agoFlowers On Display At Rawlings Conservatory Hundreds of beautiful plants are put on display at the annual spring flower show downtown.5 hours, 19 minutes ago5 hours, 30 minutes ago5 hours, 50 minutes ago6 hours, 49 minutes ago8 hours, 8 minutes ago8 hours, 11 minutes ago8 hours, 15 minutes ago
Police charge 19-year-old in double shooting A 19-year-old has been charged with a March 25double shooting that left a man dead in south Baltimore.1 hour, 20 minutes ago1 Victim Dies In Baltimore Double Shooting, Suspect Arrested A 20-year-old man has died following a double shooting in Baltimore on March 25th.1 hour, 39 minutes agoVictim dies, suspect charged in double shooting in Brooklyn A 20-year-old man died Saturday after a double shooting in South Baltimore's Brooklyn neighborhood last week, and a 19-year-old was charged in the killing, police said.2 hours, 39 minutes agoFederal officials to visit JHU as part of sexual misconduct investigation Representatives of the U.S. Department of Education will visit the Johns Hopkins University this week as part of an ongoing investigation into how the school handles sexual misconduct cases, officials said.3 hours, 58 minutes agoTechnology aids 'peeping Toms,' makes trauma worse for victimsEmma Shulevitz said she wonders whether she's being watched whenever she uses a public restroom.4 hours, 1 minute agoEditorial: Presidential race officially underway It's official. The 2016 presidential race is underway.4 hours, 4 minutes agoBarn Catches Fire In Montgomery County; Nearly 24 pigs Dead Nearly two dozen pigs have been killed in a barn fire in Montgomery County.4 hours, 8 minutes agoPolice Find Man's Body In Langley Park Apartment BuildingPrince George's County police are investigating the death of a man after his body was found in a Langley Park apartment building.4 hours, 12 minutes ago4 hours, 34 minutes agoHorse Discovery Centers are the latest effort to promote Maryland horse industry At Days End Farm Horse Rescue in Howard County, visitors can see how employees and volunteers nurse abused horses back to health.Baltimore Sun4 hours, 36 minutes ago
WEATHER BLOG: Upper 50's For Monday Overall, today has brought improvement to the region.32 minutes agoCarnival Pride takes it first trip out of Baltimore after hiatus The massive Carnival Pride cruise liner docked at the port of Baltimore just before sunrise Sunday for the first time in five months, ending a hiatus created when new air standards sent the ship looking for new digs.39 minutes agoNolasco Allows 4 Runs As Twins Beat Orioles' Split Squad 6-5 Ricky Nolasco allowed four runs in six innings as the Minnesota Twins beat a Baltimore Orioles' split squad 6-5 on Sunday.1 hour, 14 minutes agoPolice Say 47-Year-Old Woman Killed In Capital Beltway Crash Maryland State Police say a woman has died after her car veered off the Capital Beltway and hit a guardrail.1 hour, 48 minutes agoO'Malley: Presidency `Not Some Crown' Families Should Share Potential Democratic presidential candidate Martin O'Malley says the country needs new perspectives, and he's criticizing the prospects of another Clinton and Bush seeking the White House again.1 hour, 52 minutes ago4-year-old burned playing with lighter A four-year-old boy is recovering in the hospital after he caught fire playing with a lighter at an Annapolis homeless shelter.2 hours, 10 minutes agoUbaldo Jimenez allows one run in six innings as Orioles beat Blue Jays, 4-2 Orioles right-hander Ubaldo Jimenez faced the Toronto Blue Jays on the road for the second time this spring on Sunday afternoon, and he could face them again in the first home series of the regular season.Baltimore Sun2 hours, 50 minutes agoCharges upgraded after shooting victim dies The suspect in a shooting Monday will face additional charges after the victim died.3 hours, 4 minutes agoCarnival Cruise Ship Returns To Baltimore Long-awaited return. A Carnival cruise ship comes back to Baltimore after a months-long absence. The vacation company says it's staying year-round this time.wjz.com3 hours, 26 minutes agoJ.J. Hardy 'a lot better,' Ubaldo Jimenez starts again and roster cuts coming Orioles manager Buck Showalter expects to make five or more cuts after the split-squad games on Sunday. Most will be position players; at least one will be a pitcher.Baltimore Sun4 hours, 5 minutes ago