Local News

October 12, 2013

At 3:49 a.m., Baltimore County Police and Fire personnel responded to Cronridge Dr and Cronhill Dr in Owings Mills for a report of a motor vehicle accident.  Upon arriving at the scene, officers discovered a single vehicle that was on fire. The initial investigation by the Baltimore County Police Department Crash Team has indicated that CONTINUE »

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Shutdown continues to impact Jewish Maryland
BY Heather Norris
October 10, 2013

For Leah Goldberg, a human resources employee with the Federal Bureau of Prisons, the government shutdown feels a lot like a snow day that just won’t end. “I’m just kind of sitting and waiting,” said Goldberg. On Monday, Sept. 30, she and her coworkers were told to report to the office on Tuesday to close CONTINUE »

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Israeli-Arab government official talks about steps being taken to better integrate minorities into Israel’s labor force
BY Maayan Jaffe
October 10, 2013

The economic security of Israel is at risk. It sounds dramatic, but it is a reality on the ground — unless the government’s efforts at creating equality of access to education and jobs for Israeli-Arab citizens are successful. Some facts: Israeli-Arabs make up 20.6 percent of the Israeli population, but they contribute only 8 percent CONTINUE »

Israeli tech companies seek investments from Maryland
BY Eric Hal Schwartz
October 10, 2013

Bethesda and the Maryland/Israel Development Center (MIDC) will play host to Israeli medical technology companies on Oct. 18, as the companies present their work and offer investment and partnership opportunities to local businesses. The stop will mark the culmination of a multicity tour of U.S. cities put together by Israeli investment firm Trendlines and OurCrowd, CONTINUE »

Analysts say job market on the rebound, but not everyone is benefiting yet
BY Heather Norris
October 10, 2013

Maryland jobs are on the road to recovery, according to the most recent figures from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, but many members of the Jewish community are not feeling much relief. “People with good, solid career histories in fields that are robust are getting jobs more easily,” said Tracey Paliath, director of economic services CONTINUE »