Israeli-Based Nayax Adds to Executive Team

Harry Kozlovsky is the new executive customer success manager of Nayax. Kozlovsky has more than 30 years of experience working in the tech sector and was hired to help strategically grow the company in U.S. and Canadian markets. Nayax is a global cashless, telemetry, management and monitoring provider for the unattended, automated machine industry, based… Read More

WellSpan Health Partners with Maryland Proton Treatment Center

The Maryland Proton Treatment Center at the University of Maryland has partnered with WellSpan Health so that WellSpan radiation oncologists can work alongside University of Maryland School of Medicine radiation oncology faculty treating cancer patients at the recent $200 million facility in Baltimore. WellSpan Health includes six hospitals five cancer centers across Adams, York, Lancaster… Read More

Adelberg Attorneys Named Super Lawyers, Rising Stars

Super Lawyers, the Thomson Reuters lawyer rating service, has announced the Maryland Super Lawyers and Rising Stars lists for 2017. Nine attorneys from Adelberg, Rudow, Dorf and Hendler have been named Super Lawyers, along with two listed on the 2017 Rising Stars list. The nine Adelberg attorneys listed as Super Lawyers are: Carol Cooper, Michael… Read More

Adelberg Lawyers Honored in National List

Three lawyers from Adelberg, Rudow, Dorf and Hendler have been selected for inclusion in “The Best Lawyers in America” for 2017 — Michael G. Hendler, F. Kirk Kolodner and David B. Rudow. Hendler, a 40-year veteran of family law, has served as a managing partner of the firm from January 1999 to July 2012. He… Read More

City Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke Tries to Save Minimum Wage Bill

Baltimore City Councilwoman Mary Pat Clarke, lead sponsor of the city’s $15 minimum wage bill, has launched a last-ditch effort to save her legislation, which Mayor Catherine Pugh vetoed on March 24. In an interview with the JT on Friday, Clarke (D-District 14) said she is working tirelessly to get a special meeting to override… Read More

Meals on Wheels Faces Deep Cuts in Trump’s Budget

Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland faces a potential loss of about $1 million under the proposed budget from President Donald Trump that could affect service to 1,000 people in the region, including those who receive kosher meals. A majority, 56 percent, of the regional Meals on Wheels’ $9 million budget comes from offices on… Read More

Local Firefighters Honored for Unique Rescue

The Baltimore County Fire Department’s annual commendations and awards ceremony on March 23 saw a number of local volunteer and career firefighters recognized for selfless feats of bravery and heroism. Of particular note was a number of firefighters from Pikesville, Owings Mills, Reisterstown, Chestnut Ridge, Lutherville, Randallstown and Timonium stations who were recognized for their… Read More

10-Year-Old Kickstarts the Death Star Synagogue Lego

An enterprising elementary school student, Chanan Finkelstein, has taken to the popular crowd-funding website Kickstarter with a new, custom-made Jewish Lego toy — the Brickovicker Rebbe, the first of a new sect of Lego Chasidim. Chanan, 10, a fourth-grader at Ohr Chadash Academy of Baltimore started the project because wanted the Lego Death Star. At… Read More

Out and Devout: Panel of Faith Leaders Addresses LGBTQ Community

On Sunday, leaders from four faiths — Judaism, Buddhism, Islam and Christianity — met to talk about their relationships, but not with each other. The Human Rights Campaign and Brown Memorial’s Tiffany Series co-hosted a panel discussion on “Faith Matters: Religion and the LGBTQ Community in Fractious Times.” Del. Mary Washington (D-District 43), who is… Read More

Beth Israel Tribute: Longtime Cantor Roger Eisenberg to be Honored with Concert

In between the festive Hebrew music and dancing, elegant dinner and warm tributes, Roger Eisenberg will be sure to take in the moment with his congregational family. As the longest-serving cantor of Beth Israel Congregation, Eisenberg estimates he has prepared more than 1,000 young people for their bar and bat mitzvahs, officiated dozens of wedding… Read More