The federal government has rejected an appeal from the state for disaster aid, leaving in place an earlier decision denying millions of dollars to help pay for costs associated with rioting that broke out after the death of Freddie Gray.
The president and chief executive officer of the University of Maryland Medical Center will retire at the end of August, hospital officials announced Wednesday.
Zion Harvey strained to grasp the slice of sausage pizza, his fingers clamping down only part of the way before a therapist jumped in to help press them completely together.
The Baltimore City Health Department and the U Choose Coalition were awarded a $8.5 million federal grant the groups will use to improve sex education in schools with the hopes of reducing the teen birth rate in African American and Hispanic girls by 30 percent.
While the use of asbestos peaked about 40 years ago, the number of cases of the rare but deadly cancer it causes has not declined.
The settlement announced this week between the state and Noridian Healthcare Services over Maryland's bungled online health exchange is not quite a done deal.
The company state officials blame for the botched rollout of Maryland's online health exchange will repay $45 million to settle the claims in an agreement announced Tuesday.
More Maryland children live in poverty now than at the depth of the Great Recession, researchers say in a new report, as the economic recovery has been slow to reach those struggling the most.