When we picked up the 50-pound black-and-tan mixed-breed dog from the Maryland SPCA 10 years ago, we weren't sure what to expect. We hadn't met him, or even seen a picture. All we knew was that he'd spent two months in transit to Baltimore after Hurricane Katrina ravaged the Gulf Coast.
Jacquirelyn Aquino is a high-performing member of the St. James & St. John School track team and has perfect attendance in her classes — a remarkable turnaround for the 12-year-old girl with asthma.
Baltimore City won a federal grant worth nearly $4 million to abate lead paint from 230 homes and remove other environmental health hazards from 115 homes.
August is Immunization Awareness Month and time for school, seasonal vaccines
Late stage melanoma that has spread to brain has poor prognosis
Residents can initiate investigation of retailers breaking tobacco laws by calling city's 311 line
The Maryland health exchange enrolled more than 600,000 people in public and private insurance for coverage in 2015, exchange officials said Tuesday.
Baltimore County child tests negative for measles after hospital visit