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"When you work on a big project like Port Covington, it teaches you a lot and exposes you and your brand to a lot of peo...
05/21/2022

"When you work on a big project like Port Covington, it teaches you a lot and exposes you and your brand to a lot of people," Marc Weller said of his post-Baltimore life. bit.ly/3PKAKMq

By now, Baltimoreans are familiar with the Preakness Stakes' traditions: the fancy hats, the signature Black-eyed Susan ...
05/20/2022
Here's what local restaurants are serving at this year's Preakness

By now, Baltimoreans are familiar with the Preakness Stakes' traditions: the fancy hats, the signature Black-eyed Susan cocktails, the often-raucous InfieldFest concert. This year brings some new additions, including a focus on food and local restaurateurs.

Columbia-based OBO  offers a three-month paid program for all incoming employees to learn how the agency works with clie...
05/20/2022
Best Places to Work 2022: OBO, third place, small companies - Baltimore Business Journal

Columbia-based OBO offers a three-month paid program for all incoming employees to learn how the agency works with clients as well as the skills needed for various projects.

Columbia-based OBO offers a three-month paid program for all incoming employees to learn how the agency works with clients as well as the skills needed for various projects.

Walsh Accounting  recently started a mentoring program that pairs together employees of different experience levels to t...
05/20/2022
Best Places to Work 2022: Walsh Accounting Services, third place, micro companies - Baltimore Business Journal

Walsh Accounting recently started a mentoring program that pairs together employees of different experience levels to talk about goals, professional development and how to develop new skills.

Walsh Accounting recently started a mentoring program that pairs together employees of different experience levels to talk about goals, professional development and how to develop new skills.

"Real estate was dinner table conversation in our household," 39-year-old Gill said of his legacy that includes his fath...
05/20/2022

"Real estate was dinner table conversation in our household," 39-year-old Gill said of his legacy that includes his father, MacKenzie Commercial Real Estate Services, LLC's Gary Gill, and uncle, Maryland Commerce Secretary Mike Gill.

Partner ShareThe BBJ is a proud sponsor of the National Kidney Foundation's Santé — A Taste of Baltimore event happening...
05/19/2022

Partner Share
The BBJ is a proud sponsor of the National Kidney Foundation's Santé — A Taste of Baltimore event happening next Wednesday, May 25.

Attendees will enjoy tastings from a variety of restaurants paired with enticing beverages. Enjoy silent auction items, awards competition, photo booth, raffles, and more!

Purchase your tickets here and help fight kidney disease!
https://www.kidneymd.org/events/sante-a-taste-of-baltimore/

Baltimore announces a new policing strategy aimed at using resources more efficiently. Also, an East Baltimore animation...
05/19/2022
8 things you need to know today (Unlocked)

Baltimore announces a new policing strategy aimed at using resources more efficiently. Also, an East Baltimore animation studio is growing with $650,000 in state and city loans and Carvana customers file a lawsuit against the used car retailer.

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The Premier League has not come to Baltimore since summer 2012, when Liverpool and Tottenham played at M&T Bank Stadium. bit.ly/3PhsKST
A team of national developers and investors is taking the reins of the massive project in South Baltimore from Weller Development.
The historic hotel has renovated and rebranded its first-floor cafe space. LB Bistro & Bakery will feature a larger menu and serve drinks.
Under Armour executives had a chance at the company's annual shareholder's meeting Wednesday to defend the low results of its most recent quarter, and set expectations for the year and future growth.
Restaurateur Wayne Laing wants to convert a collection of garages in Hampden into a restaurant and karaoke bar, but neighbors say the project would invite noise and parking issues. The city's zoning board sided with the community Tuesday.
The state Department of Human Services' office footprint will decrease in square footage by 30% in the new space, saving the agency about $1.5 million each year, board documents showed.
Think|Stack CEO Chris Sachse said Emergifi's focus on smaller credit unions was a key reason for the acquisition since most of the company's current customers are larger credit unions.
The debate over the four-day workweek comes as more than half of American workers are burnt out, according to a workforce survey for Eagle Hill Consulting conducted by Ipsos.
For the first time since December 2019, active listings in April posted the smallest year-over-year decline of 12.2%, according to Santa Clara, California-based Realtor.com.
"Covid acted like a flashlight for a lot of people's businesses to see where they were weak," Nemphos Braue LLC Co-Founder George Nemphos says of his clients.
The Medifast center will eventually house up to 40 food scientists, quality assurance specialists and engineers, he said. Products being made and tested there include the company's OPTAVIA line of smoothies, soups and bars.
Baltimore Health Commissioner advises mask-wearing as Covid cases are on the rise again. Also, Pimlico, Laurel race track workers rally for more, better jobs and local laundry brand HEX Performance expands to Target.