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Reisterstown man opens boutique firm
BY Justin Hayet
July 2, 2014

After moving to the United States from Scotland in 1998, Richard Waxman saw a country built upon opportunity. And today, more than ever, Waxman is getting a renewed taste for that same thirst for success that brought him to this country more than 16 years ago. His newest venture started, like many ideas, at a CONTINUE »

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Acme Paper relies on family ingenuity
BY Heather Norris
July 2, 2014

For the Attman family, paper is the past, present and the future The family has owned and operated Acme Paper & Supply Co., Inc. for almost 70 years, spanning three generations of family. “We all grew up in the business,” said David Attman. “It was sort of like your bar mitzvah present, you would get CONTINUE »

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Kosher Meals on Wheels delivers nutrition, smiles
BY Heather Norris
July 2, 2014

Between talk about grandkids and sips of coffee, a group of about a dozen men and women gather every Monday through Friday to start their day by helping make sure the community’s most fragile get what they need, packing kosher meals and delivering them throughout the community. The food won’t go to a shelter or CONTINUE »

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BY Heather Norris
July 2, 2014

The Baltimore-Ashkelon Partnership got a boost recently when the visiting Ashkelon delegation sat down with Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. “We’re trying to see what emerges, just some sort of collaboration, at a municipal level,” said Nina Rosenzwog, Baltimore chair of  the organization. “So the whole meeting focused on the whole concept of inter-city relationships and CONTINUE »

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Revisiting, revitalizing Baltimore’s historic Mount Vernon Place
BY Melissa Gerr
July 2, 2014

History repeats itself: At times, those words issue a warning, but in the case of historic Mount Vernon Place’s restoration and renovation, echoing the past appears to be the driving force of its future. Located at the intersection of North Charles and Monument streets at the first crest up from the harbor in Baltimore City, CONTINUE »