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Donna B. Singer, T. Rowe Price manager, dies

Donna B. Singer, who rose from being a T. Rowe Price temp to become the firm's Global Investment Services-North American compliance manager, died Saturday of breast cancer at her Reisterstown home. She was 53. "Donna was very bright and modest, and you never knew how really accomplished she was....

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  • Sinai hospital president stepping down

    Sinai hospital president stepping down

    The president of Sinai Hospital, Amy Perry, is stepping down after four years to take an executive position with a New Jersey health company. Perry, who is also executive vice president of LifeBridge Health, the parent company of Sinai, will leave Jan. 20 to become CEO of the hospital division and...

  • Hospital industry warns of 'crisis' if health law is repealed

    Hospital industry warns of 'crisis' if health law is repealed

    The nation's hospital industry warned President-elect Trump and congressional leaders on Tuesday that repealing the Affordable Care Act could cost hospitals $165 billion by the middle of the next decade and trigger "an unprecedented public health crisis." The two main trade groups for U.S. hospitals...

  • Alcoholic seltzer finds growing market of health-conscious drinkers

    Alcoholic seltzer finds growing market of health-conscious drinkers

    On a hot July afternoon in Federal Hill, Marielle Newman opened up a friend's refrigerator in search of one last drink before the group headed to Camden Yards. A clear bottle with a slice of fruit on its label caught the Locust Point resident's eye. "I hadn't seen it before. Literally, I was like,...

  • University of Maryland to engage school teachers, students in childhood obesity prevention efforts

    University of Maryland to engage school teachers, students in childhood obesity prevention efforts

    The University of Maryland School of Medicine will use a $5 million federal grant to tackle childhood obesity by helping teachers, parents and students come up with ways to practice healthy habits in schools. The school will announce Wednesday it has received the funds from the U.S. Department...

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  • Louis J. Akers Jr., former Ferris, Baker Watts vice chair

    Louis J. Akers Jr., former Ferris, Baker Watts vice chair

    Louis J. Akers Jr., a retired investment banker, died Dec. 1 of complications following an organ transplant at Emogene Dolin Jones Hospice House in Huntington, W.Va. He was 65 and lived in Huntington. Born in Dundalk, he was the son of Louis Joseph Akers Sr., a State of Maryland construction superintendent,...

  • Sharon Healy Challmes, Sinai Hospital nurse, dies

    Sharon Healy Challmes, Sinai Hospital nurse, dies

    Sharon Healy Challmes, a retired Sinai Hospital nurse, died Nov. 24 of complications from a fall she suffered at her daughter's home. She was pronounced dead at Carroll Hospital Center. She was 69. Born Sharon Lee Healy in Baltimore, she was the daughter of Marion Edgar Healy, a Maryland Paper...

  • Anita Ward, baker and business owner, dies

    Anita Ward, baker and business owner, dies

    Anita Ward, who founded a popular breakfast and lunch spot known for its glass case of her baked goods, died of cancer Nov. 29 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. She was 66 and lived in Middle River. Born Anita Giani in San Francisco, she was the daughter of Carlo Giani, a fish and poultry dealer...

  • David B. Carroll, landscape company owner, dies

    David B. Carroll, landscape company owner, dies

    David B. Carroll, owner and operator of a North Baltimore landscaping company, died Saturday of cancer at his Anneslie home. He was 60. The son of Dr. William J. Carroll, a dentist, and Bernadette E. Carroll, a homemaker, David Brian Carroll was born in Baltimore and spent his early years at a...

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