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BY Dmitriy Shapiro
February 13, 2014

A bipartisan coalition of Congressional legislators working behind the scenes may have prevented new sanctions on Iran. A letter to President Barack Obama drafted by Reps. Lloyd Doggett (D-Texas) and David Price (D-N.C.) has been circulating on Capitol Hill for several days. A final call to sign the message, titled “Give Diplomacy a Chance Letter CONTINUE »

BY Heather Norris
February 13, 2014

For the 40th straight year, the local branch of United Synagogue Youth will host a Shabbaton Feb. 14-15 in memory of the late Claire Sodden. In addition to religious services, the weekend event will feature fun and games for area eighth- through 12th-graders. “Our chapter is the Chapter of the Year for Seaboard Region USY, CONTINUE »

February 13, 2014

Trout Daniel & Associates, a full-service commercial real estate company, announced that Neil A. Katz has joined the firm as chief business development officer. Katz brings nearly three decades of real estate experience to his new role with Trout Daniel. As chief business development officer, he will leverage his market knowledge and vast network of CONTINUE »

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BY Heather Norris
February 13, 2014

More than 40 people braved the cold last Saturday night to honor Rabbi Yehudah and Yael Zelinger at Our Way’s first-ever statewide melave malkah at the Park Heights Jewish Community Center. The Feb. 8 event, hosted by the Orthodox Union’s division for the Jewish deaf and hard of hearing, featured food, drinks and company for CONTINUE »

February 13, 2014

Barry Jay Eisenberg, FACHE, LNHA, has been named the new executive director and chief operating officer of Post-Acute Services at LifeBridge Health. Eisenberg brings decades of expertise to one of Baltimore’s most progressive leaders in the post-acute care arena. Eisenberg will lead the entire 440-bed post-acute division. The flagship of LifeBridge Health’s post-acute division is CONTINUE »