Meredith Cohn

Writer

Meredith Cohn came to The Sun in 2000 to cover commercial real estate after nearly a decade covering politics and business. Most of her recent time, however, has been dedicated to health and medicine, following all the advances in research at local institutions and the launching of the state’s online health insurance exchange. A runner since junior high and a particular eater for almost as long, she tries to keep up on health and fitness trends.

Recent Articles

  • MOI Inc. to move from Woodlawn to McHenry Row in the city

    MOI Inc. to move from Woodlawn to McHenry Row in the city

    MOI Inc. is moving its headquarters and 60 workers from Woodlawn in Baltimore County to McHenry Row in Locust Point in Baltimore City. The company says it provides “workplace solutions” by designing and furnishing interior commercial spaces. Officials cited a need for office space that can better...

  • Developers of old Hoen Lithograph Building in East Baltimore to break ground Tuesday

    Developers of old Hoen Lithograph Building in East Baltimore to break ground Tuesday

    Developers plan to break ground Tuesday on a significant renovation of the Hoen Lithograph Building to transform the empty warehouse into the Center for Neighborhood Innovation and spark growth in the East Baltimore area. The former printing plant on East Biddle Street will include offices for...

  • New Marriott hotel opens in White Marsh

    New Marriott hotel opens in White Marsh

    A Marriott Springhill Suites has opened at Greenleigh at Crossroads, a 1,000-acre mixed-used development in White Marsh. Middle River Hotel Partners LLP developed and owns the four-story, 120-room hotel. It is being managed by USA Management II Inc. The overall development, by St. John Properties...

  • Training can help people stop bleeding from traumatic injuries, experts say

    Training can help people stop bleeding from traumatic injuries, experts say

    As the deep red liquid pooled on the ground from a small bullet hole in the victim’s leg, Bryan Wilson measured three fingers of space above the wound and tightened a tourniquet until the bleeding stopped. It was swift, easy and designed to be lifesaving. Hemorrhage is the leading cause of death...

  • Hogan calls for do-over on highway contract after ethics flap

    Hogan calls for do-over on highway contract after ethics flap

    Gov. Larry Hogan has directed his transportation chief to scrap a contract to launch a massive state highway project and restart the bidding process after an ethical concern arose in the initial effort. The $68.5 million contract would have paid a consortium of companies to oversee Hogan’s $7.6...

  • Pregnant Baltimore County teacher carjacked outside school, police say

    Pregnant Baltimore County teacher carjacked outside school, police say

    A pregnant Baltimore County teacher was carjacked outside of a Parkville elementary school Friday, police said. Baltimore County police said four teenage girls came to Villa Cresta Elementary School under the guise of enrolling a child, and when they left they approached a teacher walking to her...

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