Business News

July 17, 2014

ScholarChip, a New York-based company recently awarded a contract from the Baltimore County Public School system, has signed a lease with St. John Properties, Inc. for 7,560 square feet of space at 9 Easter Court, a LEED-designed, single-story, 30,120-square-foot office building contained within Dolfield Business Park in Owings Mills. ScholarChip has pioneered technology and products CONTINUE »

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July 17, 2014

The National Kidney Foundation of Maryland recently presented its Ambassador Family of the Year Award to Rose and Jeffrey Karlan at its annual volunteer awards reception at the Baltimore Museum of Industry. “We could not exist without our volunteers whose efforts help us to make the community aware of the life-sustaining role the kidneys play CONTINUE »

July 17, 2014

Har Sinai Congregation recognized this year’s Rabbi David Einhorn Award recipients — Dr. Robert Brookland, David and Marilyn Carp, Rabbi Floyd and Barbara Herman, Rabbi Edward Israel (posthumously) and Howard and Judith Kahn­ — at an awards ceremony and dessert reception on June 8. The award recognizes families and individuals who exemplify Jewish values, show CONTINUE »

July 17, 2014

Thirty-nine locally owned businesses were honored at the Baltimore County Commercial Revitalization Awards, a new program that recognizes businesses, property owners, volunteers and organizations that contribute to the well-being of Baltimore County’s Commercial Revitalization Districts. The Baltimore County Department of Planning invited chambers of commerce and business associations to make nominations in 11 categories. Among CONTINUE »

July 9, 2014

The National Kidney Foundation of Maryland has named Drs. Lawrence J. Appel and Jonathan S. Bromberg as its 2014 Kidney Champions. The physicians were chosen for their accomplishments in the medical and surgical world, related to kidney health and transplantation. “We are delighted to honor these prestigious doctors who have made significant contributions in the CONTINUE »