T. Rowe Price Chairman Brian Rogers to retire from Board in April 2019; CEO William Stromberg to assume Chairman role

The Board of Directors of T. Rowe Price Group, Inc. (NASDAQ-GS: TROW) announced on February 13, 2019 that Brian C. Rogers, non-executive Chairman, will retire from the Board at the company’s upcoming April 25, 2019 annual meeting of stockholders. At that time, William J. Stromberg will become Chairman of the Board, in addition...
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GBC’s Newsmaker Breakfast: Baltimore’s CitiWatch Surveillance Camera Program rescheduled for February 28

The Greater Baltimore Committee’s Newsmaker Breakfast: Baltimore’s CitiWatch Surveillance Camera Program – Its Role in Law Enforcement has been rescheduled for Thursday, February 28, 2019. Baltimore’s CitiWatch surveillance camera program consists of 1,000 cameras throughout Baltimore City, with nearly 100 in the downtown area, and has been instrumental in aiding...
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University of Maryland, Baltimore and partners launch Mobile Integrated Health – Community Paramedicine Program

The University of Maryland Medical Center, the City of Baltimore and Baltimore City Fire Department and the University of Maryland, Baltimore have partnered to launch a new healthcare delivery model for selected areas of Baltimore City, Mobile Integrated Healthcare – Community Paramedicine (MIH-CP). This innovative community-based program will support...
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Morgan State University awarded $1.6 million Base 11 grant to launch student rocketry program

NASA astronaut Leland Melvin presents check, encourages students to aim for the “Next Frontier”   The nonprofit Base 11 announced February 11, 2019 that Morgan State University is the winner of a three-year, $1.6 million Aerospace Workforce and Leadership Development Grant, which will fund a state-of-the-art rocketry lab and launch a...
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Proposal to raise minimum wage in Maryland supported with conditions by the Greater Baltimore Committee

The Greater Baltimore Committee (GBC) expressed its support of a proposal pending in the Maryland General Assembly to raise the state minimum wage to $15-per-hour contingent on the inclusion of several key amendments. “The GBC has always maintained that any effort to change the minimum wage should be done on...
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