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JT Welcomes New Editor-In-Chief

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The Jewish Times welcomed a new editor this week. Joshua Runyan, a rabbi and former flight instructor, will add “JT editor-in-chief” to his already-extensive...

Seasons Kosher Market Pursuing Baltimore Property

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The Fields of Pikesville building won’t be getting a kosher market anytime soon, the realtor redeveloping the building said. Seasons, a New York-based kosher market,...

Now You See It

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Westminster mother Anna Lipka had always sensed something was interfering with her daughter Adrianna’s academic performance. Yet, none of the professionals who tested Adrianna...

Javita!

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For coffee drinkers in the Jewish community, a kosher coffee that advertises benefits such as weight loss and increased focus and memory has made...

Taking Aim At Gun Violence

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Halacha (Jewish law), just like the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution, states the right for citizens to own weapons for use in...

Analysis: Race for Maryland Governor

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Although it is still early, the race for governor of Maryland is already shaping up to be a competitive one. With nine candidates saying they...

Warning Signs

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It’s a day he may never forget. And while it is painful to remember as well as to talk about, Dr. Jonathan Lasson, 42,...

The Watch Doctor

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­ “We came to Baltimore in 1991—Jan. 21. I remember that date I stepped on American soil,” said Simon Abramov, Ukrainian master watchmaker for...

Facing The Issues

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Oil pipelines, cybercrime, rain tax, minimum wage, common core, charity scams, health-care reform and the right of low-income defendants to public defense attorneys at...

Rezoning Referendum Denied

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For supporters of the Wegmans-anchored Foundry Row project, good news came late last month when a Baltimore County Circuit Court judge upheld the February...