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Maryland Man Pleads Guilty To The 2009 Murder Of A Jewelry Storeowner

Acting U.S. Attorney Stephen M. Schenning announced Monday a Pikesville man pleaded guilty to the murder of Wayne Ruder, a jewelry storeowner. Twenty-seven-year-old Stanislav “Steven” Yelizarov burglarized several homes in Baltimore County. In one particular burglary, Yelizarov stole a diamond … Continue reading

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Student Work Visa Cuts Could Hurt Seasonal Businesses

As the summer season winds down, some seasonal businesses are questioning the Trump administration’s plan to decrease or eliminate the J-1 student visa program. Many young people who are seeking employment will only look for permanent positions. Since seasonal businesses … Continue reading

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HomeServices Of America Enters Into An Agreement To Acquire Long & Foster

HomeServices of America announced Thursday it had acquired Long & Foster Cos., without disclosing the financial terms of the deal. HomeServices is a Berkshire Hathaway subsidiary owned by Warren Buffett, a billionaire investor. The deal will allow the company to … Continue reading

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Maryland Man Gets 10-Year Prison Sentence For $1.5M Bank Fraud Scheme

Acting U.S. Attorney Stephen M. Schenning announced a Maryland man had been sentenced to 10 years is prison for aggravated identity theft and conspiracy to commit bank fraud. Forty-five-year-old Brian Diggs of Brandywine and eight others defrauded more than 10 … Continue reading

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Evergreen Health Is Insolvent Judge Rules, Members’ Policies To Expire At The End Of September

Last Week, Baltimore Circuit Judge Yolanda Tanner declared Evergreen Health insolvent and has no investors. The Baltimore-based insurer sold coverage on Maryland’s health exchange. The company’s assets will be liquidated and nearly 24,000 policies will be canceled by the end … Continue reading

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Baltimore Judge Upholds Sanction Against Towson Firm Behind ‘The Money Guys’

Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh announced Thursday Baltimore City Circuit Judge Althea Handy affirmed judgments sanctioning Everest Invest Advisors and Everest Wealth Management for violating the antifraud provisions of Maryland securities law. Owner, Phillip Rousseaux, and his companies ran … Continue reading

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Maryland Telemarketing Business Involved In $50 Million Mail Fraud Scheme

Acting U.S. Attorney Stephen M. Schenning announced Wednesday the owner of a Maryland telemarketing business was arrested in connection with a conspiracy to defraud the Internal Revenue Service. Fifty-seven-year-old Eric Epstein of Pompano Beach, Florida – formerly of Owings Mills, … Continue reading

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Maryland Man And Former National Institutes Of Health Employee Sentenced To Prison For Theft Of Government Property

On Wednesday, September 6, 2017, it was announced that a Gaithersburg, Maryland man had been sentenced to six months in federal prison for theft of government property. 51-year-old Christopher Dame was also sentenced to six months of home confinement and … Continue reading

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Looking For A New Way To Advertise Your Food And Beverage Establishment?

Innovative technology has enabled business owners to improve their operations, while offering them new ways to advertise their brand. While there are many advertising outlets available, including TV, radio and newspaper, they are all lacking in one aspect, the ability … Continue reading

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Maryland Officials Unveil State-Of-The-Art Metal Detectors For Prisons

The Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services unveiled new innovative metal detectors with the capabilities of detecting even the tiniest pieces of contraband on Wednesday. Maryland officials previously agreed to pay $1.8 million for 161 Cellsense metal detectors. The … Continue reading

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