I finally broke the news. I told my kids there will be no fireworks this fourth of July. My six-year-old son associates the holiday with fireworks, parades, barbecues, and the national pastime. Sorry pal, there won’t be any baseball this fourth either. This may be the right time to teach him the history of our…

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We recently had a behind the scenes look into a state of the art facility that when up and running will bring an abundance of employment opportunities to Baltimore City. As their trusted staffing and recruiting partner, it was important for us to tour the facility. The attention to detail and quality has far exceeded…

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Tuesday was Election Day in Maryland. Did you rock the vote? Yes, I am old enough to remember when MTV played music videos and encouraged kids to vote. Elections always make me nostalgic because it makes me think of when we were awarded the contract to staff the 2014 Maryland elections. It was the first…

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Oh, the places you’ll go. It is a classic Dr. Seuss book that walks us through the trials and tribulations of decision making. It is commonly used as the basis we instill in our children to dream and plan for the future. It is also widely associated with graduation. We all know someone that is…

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Kennedy Services received some positive news this week. We have been checking in with you periodically throughout this pandemic, and several of you have begun to work your way back to “normal” operations. Governor Hogan’s Maryland Strong: Roadmap to Recovery is giving the Kennedy family hope for a brighter future. We are ready to slingshot…

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“The Baltimore Ravens are now on the clock.” As we patiently wait for Commissioner Goodell to put our team on the clock to find a sense of sport’s normality, I find myself reflecting on my normal. In the first major sporting event in over a month, the National Football League is making the ultimate display…

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Where has the time gone? It has been two weeks since I first checked in on you. How are you doing? “It is not enough that we do our best; sometimes we must do what is required.” And here we are distancing ourselves from one another for the good of the country. Personally, I feel…

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