Evergreen Advisors reverses course on plan to move to Port Covington, commits to 10 years in Downtown Columbia

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Evergreen Advisors founder and CEO Rick Kohr at Thursday’s press conference. Photo via Facebook Live.

Evergreen Advisors has signed a 10-year lease with the Howard Hughes Corporation for office space in Downtown Columbia, reversing plans to move their headquarters to Baltimore. 

Weekend Events: Sundance Film Screenings, Lunar New Year Art, Sports-Themed Bike Party and more

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The Walters Art Museum is kicking of the Year of the Tiger a little early with activities like paper lantern-making and a scavenger hunt this weekend. Photo courtesy of The Walters Art Museum.

The last weekend of the month is sending January out with a roar — including an early start to the Year of the Tiger. Also, check out some films from the 2022 Sundance Film Festival that are being screened in person at the SNF Parkway Theatre, home of the Maryland Film Festival. Here’s the weekend lineup:

Maryland to use $7.3M from American Rescue Plan for mental health programs for health care workers

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Photo by Keith Weller, via Hopkins Hub

More than $7 million in American Rescue Plan funding will be used for mental health programs for health care workers in Maryland, members of the state’s congressional delegation announced on Thursday.

Maryland receives funding boost to rebuild vanishing islands in Chesapeake Bay

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Photo via Maryland Department of Transportation Port Administration

The Mid-Chesapeake Bay Island Ecosystem Restoration project recently received $37.5 million to restore the habitat around two rapidly eroding islands in the Chesapeake Bay.

Midtown Community Benefits District names Eric Souza to be its new president

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Eric Souza took over as president the Midtown Community Benefits District this month, after former president Nan Rohrer stepped down to pursue other opportunities. Photo courtesy of Eric Souza.

The Midtown Community Benefits District’s Board of Directors has named Eric Souza to replace Nan Rohrer as its new president. He started this month.

Tenants facing eviction not receiving proper notice

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Credit: Sarah Y. Kim/WYPR

A Baltimore City Council committee is looking into repeated complaints of tenants being evicted illegally, without notice and even locked out of rental units.