Melissa Gómez de la Fuente | SHIFT

Melissa Gómez de la Fuente has joined SHIFT as a consultant. With nearly 15 years of project and operations management experience, she will help leaders identify opportunities and solutions by implementing effective high-performance programs and communication strategies that drive business growth. She will also ensure clients define deployment models as they introduce new products within …

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Corey Carden | Mary Kraft Staffing and HR Solutions

Corey Carden was promoted to office manager with Mary Kraft Staffing and HR Solutions. In his new position, Carden maintains day-to-day front office operations, creates and implements policies, coordinates meetings and manages onboarding of new employees. In addition to his daily tasks at the company, Carden is responsible for coordinating the five-year strategic planning process …

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Man charged in Glen Burnie murder accused victim of a crime at hearing

At a hearing in February, Tyrique Hudson told a judge that he felt threatened by his downstairs neighbor and sought a court order to provide protection. Judge Devy Patterson Russell, a Baltimore judge sitting in Anne Arundel County District Court that day by special assignment, has come under fire for denying Hudson’s peace order request after …

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Former Impallaria aide convicted of election law violation for ’18 robocall

A former aide to Del. Richard K. Impallaria was convicted of violating election laws and sentenced to probation Tuesday for distributing a robocall without a proper authority line last year. Tyler Walch, chief of staff to Impallaria, R-Baltimore and Harford, was convicted by Baltimore County District Court Judge Philip N. Tirabassi and received the maximum …

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Baltimore selects developer for Upton redevelopment

Baltimore selected Upton Renaissance LLC’s bid to redevelop the 800 blocks of Edmondson and Harlem avenues in west Baltimore, a project expected to cost roughly $10 million. City and state officials, including ex officio Mayor Bernard C. “Jack” Young and Maryland Department of Housing Secretary Kenneth Holt, announced the selection of Upton Renaissance LLC’s bid …

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Revere Bank see record earnings in 1Q report

Maryland-based Revere Bank announced record earnings for the first-quarter financials in a letter Tuesday to shareholders, showing an increase in net income of 4.1% compared to the fourth quarter of 2018 and 14.5% compared to the first quarter of 2018. Period-end loans grew 14.2 percent or $267 million compared to the first quarter of 2018 …

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