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Advocates in Reisterstown hope to revitalize historic district, earn statewide recognition
BY Marc Shapiro
July 24, 2013

The history of Reisterstown’s Main Street goes back to the 1700s, when town founder John Reister first bought land and built an inn. Some 300 years later, the shape of the historic buildings, brick sidewalks and small-town feel are reminiscent of Reisterstown’s deep roots. In recent years, Main Street seemed to be on the decline. CONTINUE »

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BY David Snyder
July 24, 2013

It seems like a long time ago that Talmudical Academy of Baltimore graduate Tamir Goodman was solely known for being a professional basketball player. Since hanging up his high tops in 2009, he’s become a public speaker, a writer and an inventor. Last week, Goodman, 31, unveiled his latest creation, and this one undoubtedly takes CONTINUE »

BY David Snyder
July 24, 2013

The selection committee at the National Merit Scholarship Corporation uses SAT scores to whittle down a field of 1.5 million college scholarship applicants to a smaller group of semifinalists. After that, the organization examines extracurricular and community activities engaged in by the student. When one looks at the overall contributions from Ben Miller, who graduated CONTINUE »

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BY Marc Shapiro
July 24, 2013

LifeBridge Health has a new president and chief executive officer, but he’s a very familiar face. Neil Meltzer, who will be succeeding Warren Green, took over the position on July 1. He worked in the system since 1988, when he first joined Sinai Hospital as its vice president of operations. “I feel like I’m well-prepared CONTINUE »

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BY Marc Shapiro
July 24, 2013

Baltimore’s own home-grown brewery, Union Craft Brewing, will celebrate its one-year anniversary on Saturday, July 27, with music, food, art and … beer. “People seem to like it, so we keep making more,” Adam Benesch, one of the brewery’s three owners, said of the beer. In its first year, Union Craft has made 14 beers, CONTINUE »