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  • Awards, honors for Lehigh Valley residents

    Awards, honors for Lehigh Valley residents
    Kutztown University Small Business Development Center client Joseph G. Zidik, President and CEO of Custom Milling & Consulting Inc., Fleetwood, has been selected as Eastern Pennsylvania & Statewide Small Business Person of the Year by the U.S. Small...
  • New Horizons images give a face to Pluto

    New Horizons images give a face to Pluto
    Smile for the camera Pluto, you've become more than just a pinpoint in the sky. NASA’s New Horizons spacecraft is getting closer with its rendez-vous with the dwarf planet in the outer parts of our solar system, and NASA released images on...
  • Frederick Konopik Jr.

    Frederick Konopik Jr.
    Frederick Joseph "Fritz" Konopik Jr., the retired general manager of Curtis Bay Coast Guard Yard, died of complication from liver disease June 2 at Stella Maris Hospice in Timonium. He was 85 and lived in Linthicum. Born at his parents' home on Locust...
  • Gerald M. Stancil

    Gerald M. Stancil
    Gerald Maurice Stancil, a retired chemist, teacher and motivational speaker, died of cancer May 28 at Seasons Hospice at Northwest Hospital. The Windsor Hills resident was 74. Born in Baltimore and raised on East Chase Street, he was the son of Oscar...
  • Eva Chen's 'Lucky' choice

    Eva Chen's 'Lucky' choice
    Eva Chen is a fashion magazine prodigy. Chosen by the longtime Vogue editor Anna Wintour, Chen became the youngest magazine editor in the history of Conde Nast in 2013 when she was hired to lead Lucky, the shopping-focused glossy, at the age of 33....
  • HUD considers change to Section 8 rents

    HUD considers change to Section 8 rents
    The federal government is considering an overhaul of its subsidized housing program that would change the way it determines rent limits from a one-size-fits-all approach for metro areas to a more localized approach that could allow more people to move...
  • Alma Cocina brings the soul of Caracas to Canton

    Alma Cocina brings the soul of Caracas to Canton
    Canton has landed a winner. Alma Cocina Latina, a new 90-seat Venezuelan restaurant in the Can Company, is the best restaurant to open for years in the Southeast Baltimore neighborhood. The restaurant opened in late April and already appears to have a...
  • Baltimore-area food vendors hope to lure big institutional buyers

    Baltimore-area food vendors hope to lure big institutional buyers
    For two years, Kristin Zissel has made dry rubs and condiments for Haute Mess Kitchen. She now hopes to take her fledgling business to the next level. Lade Adewale, owner of Elkridge-based Ideal Foods LLC, sells her bean patties to consumers looking for...
  • Hopkins spin-out Gemstone Biotherapeutics draws $2.45M investment

    Hopkins spin-out Gemstone Biotherapeutics draws $2.45M investment
    Gemstone Biotherapeutics, a Baltimore company developing treatments to promote wound healing, has raised $2.45 million in a seed round of investment, company officials said. The company plans to use the money to further test its technologies and...
  • Democrats ask Hogan to chip in $1 million more for Baltimore youth jobs

    Democrats ask Hogan to chip in $1 million more for Baltimore youth jobs
    In a letter to Gov. Larry Hogan, five Democrats are asking the state to chip in $1 million more for the city's summer jobs program for youth -- and the governor's office says he's open to the idea. The letter asks Hogan to use $1 million from a $20...
  • Bill would crack down on noisy parties

    Bill would crack down on noisy parties
    On weekends, Nancy Charlow often looks out the window of her home in Charles Village and sees members of the fraternity house next door playing beer pong. As the day goes on, "the boys get louder and the language gets fouler," Charlow said, and by...