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Q&A with Tonya Kennon– New library leader plans for the future

Nearly six months ago Tonya (pronounced TONE-ya) Kennon took leadership of the Howard County Library System (HCLS). Kennon joined HCLS following a long career...

Q&A with Larry Richardson–Maryland Chamber Vice President for Government Affairs

Larry Richardson joined the Maryland Chamber of Commerce in late 2016 after spending more than three decades as a government affairs representative, most recently...

Turner appointed to Howard Community College board

Frank S. Turner has been appointed to a six-year term on the Howard Community College (HCC) Board of Trustees. A resident of Columbia, Turner was...

Kann Partners Join Waldon

Baltimore architect, Donald Kann, and the employees of Baltimore-based Kann Partners, have joined Columbia-based Waldon Studio Architects (WSA), expanding the firm’s capabilities and increasing...

Howard Hospital Foundation names Jennifer Smith vice president

Howard Hospital Foundation, which provides philanthropic support to Howard County General Hospital, promoted Jennifer Smith to vice president of development. Smith brings more than...

LHC to honor three at ceremony

Leadership Howard County will honor three outstanding community leaders at its annual awards and graduation ceremony held at Ten Oaks Ballroom on June 11. Those...

Kaii-Ziegler to run P & Z, Hager moves to Exec’s office

Anne Arundel County Executive Steuart Pittman announced that Steven Kaii-Ziegler will be the new director of the Office of Planning and Zoning, beginning July...

Q&A with Mary Bello–CMC board chair plans for the future

Mary Bello, manager of physician relations at Anne Arundel Health System (AAHS) and the new board chair of the Central Maryland Chamber (CMC), has...

Q & A with Brian Darmody–Growing a Maryland research business

What’s it like having two high-profile jobs at once? Ask Brian Darmody, who’s been serving the University of Maryland College Park (UMCP) since 1982...

City of Laurel Mourns Passing of Rev. Litchfield

Laurel Mayor Craig Moe announced the passing of Rev. Warren Litchfield on Thursday, June 6. Litchfield was born and raised in Laurel, graduated from...

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