Loyola University Maryland receives $5 million gift to name Center for Innovation and Collaborative Learning and support student aid

Loyola University Maryland has received a $5 million gift from Miguel “Mike” and Constance Fernandez and the Fernandez Family Foundation to name the Center for Innovation and Collaborative Learning and support need-based aid. The gift will serve as a naming gift for Loyola’s future Center for Innovation and Collaborative Learning....

Check out all that Clockwork Architecture + Branding Agency has to offer

Clockwork Architecture + Branding Agency is a multi-disciplinary team of experienced architects, designers, advertising professionals and brand strategists. Clockwork’s integrated approach yields creative solutions and refreshing results that do more than just support clients’ business goals — they become an extension of them. Clockwork’s projects span across North America, including strategic historic renovations to complex mixed-use commercial projects for AMC, Garmin, Google and Tesla.  With a mission to integrate the emotional connection … Continue reading

Kaiser Permanente of the Mid-Atlantic States’ health plans rated among top 1 percent in nation

Out of more than 1,000 health plans evaluated this year, Kaiser Permanente of the Mid-Atlantic States’ Private and Medicare plans in Virginia, Maryland and the District of Columbia, all received the highest possible rating (5 out of 5) from the National Committee for Quality Assurance. The organization’s Medicaid plans in Maryland and Virginia received the highest rating as well. According to the NCQA’s Health Insurance Plan Ratings 2018-19 national report, … Continue reading

RCM&D regatta raises $110,000 for regional nonprofits

Fundraiser supports Asylee Women Enterprise, Dads Works/Moms Works, The League for People with Disabilities and Maryland Center for Veterans Education and Training RCM&D, a leading independent risk management, insurance and employee benefits firm, held its 25th Annual Regatta on September 21, 2018 at the Downtown Sailing Center/Baltimore Museum of Industry Pavilion. The event is the organization’s largest charitable initiative for nonprofits who serve the mid-Atlantic. This year, fundraising efforts and corporate sponsorships benefited … Continue reading

Thread receives $6 million pledge at Baltimore Homecoming

Editor’s note: The following article appeared on bizjournals.com on October 5, 2018. By Jessica Iannetta A Baltimore nonprofit that aims to help underperforming high school students has received a $6 million pledge from a Boston foundation. The gift was announced Friday following the inaugural Baltimore Homecoming, which sought to spark renewed interest among leaders in various fields who all have a connection to the city. Jonathan Jacobson, a Baltimore native who attended … Continue reading

Sagamore Pendry Baltimore wins No. 1 spot on Condé Nast Traveler’s Best Hotels in the U.S.

Editor’s note: The following story appeared on bizjournals.com on October 9, 2018. By Joanna Sullivan The Sagamore Pendry Baltimore in Baltimore’s Fells Point neighborhood grabbed the No. 1 spot on Condé Nast Traveler’s Best Hotels in the U.S. Condé Nast Traveler said it received a record-breaking number of responses from nearly a half a million readers who rated their travel experiences at hotels, resorts, cities, islands, cruise lines, airports and airlines. The … Continue reading

Morgan State University’s marching band to perform in 2019 Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

Editor’s note: This story appeared on batimoresun.com on October 6, 2018. By Pamela Wood Members of Morgan State University’s Magnificent Marching Machine will take their high-energy, stylish performance to New York City next year for the annual Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. Representatives from Macy’s made the surprise announcement to an enthusiastic crowd at halftime of Morgan’s homecoming game against South Carolina State on Saturday. Wesley Whatley, creative producer of the Macy’s … Continue reading

The Howard Hughes Corporation® appoints Greg Fitchitt President of Columbia, Maryland Region

The Howard Hughes Corporation® (NYSE: HHC) has announced that Greg Fitchitt has been named Regional President of the company’s Columbia, Maryland region, one of the first master planned communities in the U.S. founded by legendary developer James W. Rouse in 1967. A senior leader who has been with The Howard Hughes Corporation since 2013, Fitchitt will head the 14-million-square-foot redevelopment to transform Downtown Columbia into a regional hub of technology, culture and commerce. Fitchitt, formerly Columbia’s Senior Vice President of Development, … Continue reading

United Way of Central Maryland to host fifth annual Day of Action on October 4

Local organizations and individuals encouraged to participate in more than 40 volunteer opportunities throughout central Maryland United Way of Central Maryland will host more than 40 volunteer opportunities for its fifth annual Day of Action on Thursday, October 4. And there is still time for organizations and individuals to volunteer their time to help communities throughout central Maryland. We all love our neighborhoods. We love the hustle and bustle of … Continue reading

Clark Construction furthers ties to Maryland with new Baltimore office

Clark Construction Group, LLC is pleased to announce that starting in November 2018, the company will open a new office in the heart of downtown Baltimore. Located in Stadium Square, south of Sharp Leadenhall, the new office will enable Clark to better serve the Baltimore community. This opening marks Clark’s third location in the state of Maryland; other offices in the state include the company’s headquarters in Montgomery County, and … Continue reading