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August 7, 2014

The Johns Hopkins School of Nursing is one of only 14 nursing schools nationwide to be among the first to receive a grant from a new Robert Wood Johnson Foundation program to increase the number of nurses holding doctorates. As an inaugural grantee of the Future of Nursing Scholars program, JHSON will select a nursing CONTINUE »

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August 7, 2014

The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore has named Mark D. Neumann as its chair of the board. Neumann, who began his two-year term on July 1, will be involved with planning and budgeting, funding and leadership development. The Associated provides the fundraising and infrastructure for many agencies and programs serving the overall Baltimore Jewish CONTINUE »

August 7, 2014

The partners of KatzAbosch are proud to announce that Arlene Thayer, AAAMP, has been promoted to executive vice president. Thayer has been with the firm for 11 years and is its chief operating officer, working mostly with shareholders and department heads on running the firm as a strategic administrator. In her new role as executive CONTINUE »

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Local man invents product that claims to bring immediate relief to back pain sufferers
BY Simone Ellin
August 7, 2014

Akiva Shmidman has been a practicing physical therapist since 2003, first in New York and now for the past nine years in Baltimore. The 36-year-old Pikesville resident, who specializes in sports medicine, has seen his share of patients with lower back pain. The BeActive brace, a product Shmidman invented to help these patients, will soon CONTINUE »

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August 5, 2014

Baltimore County police are asking for help in looking for an 88-year-old woman last seen Saturday at the Giant grocery store in the 6600 block of Reisterstown Road. Irene Kuperstein was recorded on surveillance video leaving the store at 9:21 p.m. and did not appear harmed. Kuperstein is described by police as a white female, CONTINUE »