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After daughter's death, family works to create center for Chinese orphans

After daughter's death, family works to create center for Chinese orphans 

A piece of clear packing tape secures a blue card to the back of a chair in the Bartlinski family dining room. The label bears a name that stays on everyone's mind: Teresa.

Part of surge across U.S. border, girl travels from Guatemala to Maryland 

Part of surge across U.S. border, girl travels from Guatemala to Maryland

Surrounded by strangers in a dusty border town just south of the United States, 17-year-old Hilda Lopez bowed her head to pray — a rare moment of peace in...

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Maryland hospitals aren't reporting all errors and complications, experts say 

Maryland hospitals aren't reporting all errors and complications, experts say

As state tries to improve reporting of hospital adverse events, level of patient harm unclear.

Pandora's Baltimore workforce smaller than announced

Pandora's Baltimore workforce smaller than announced 

Danish retailer Pandora Jewelry announced last week it will move its regional headquarters for the Americas into a large chunk of a Baltimore tower and showcase its brand along the downtown skyline.

Charges possible next week in Modell grave urination incident

Charges possible next week in Modell grave urination incident 

Baltimore County police believe they have identified the man who videotaped himself urinating on former Baltimore Ravens owner Art Modell's grave, and prosecutors are reviewing the case with charges possible early next week.

Boy, 14, bitten by copperhead at Harford camp is released from hospital

Boy, 14, bitten by copperhead at Harford camp is released from hospital

It wasn't exactly how Jack Hummer planned to spend his 14th birthday, but it's one he'll always remember. And he'll have a great story to tell about his summer vacation.

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Hogan, many Democrats work the crowd at annual clam bake

Hogan, many Democrats work the crowd at annual clam bake

Republican Larry Hogan entered the 38th annual J. Millard Tawes Crab and Clam Bake to the sound of his name being chanted.

Baltimore Pride on shaky ground as organizers, community members point fingers

Pride on shaky ground as organizers, community members point fingers 

At meeting on Pride, a tussle over Baltimore's LGBT future.

Fort Meade reluctant to promote gambling

Fort Meade reluctant to promote gambling

Studies show disproportionately high rates of gambling addiction among veterans.

Baltimore bloodlines [(cool) progeny]

Baltimore bloodlines [(cool) progeny]

I'm hopeful that the next time my kids get called "Baltimorons," they'll take it as a compliment.

Other hospitals help Hopkins pay big settlement in Levy case 

When Johns Hopkins Hospital agreed this week to a $190 million settlement with thousands of patients...

Dan Rodricks: 'Family counts, and it counts for a great deal' 

One of the most sobering facts from Hopkins sociologist Karl Alexander's long, deep look at the...

Car crashes into Andy Nelson's in Cockeysville, 7 hurt

A car crashed into the Andy Nelson's Barbecue restaurant Friday afternoon, sending seven people to...

Harford liquor retailers getting OK to dispense beer in take-home growlers

A new state law means Harford County beer lovers can fill up their own containers from the tap at...

Man arrested in Whole Foods robbery

A man was arrested for robbing the Whole Foods in Harbor East on Sunday, getting $346 and closing...

Slight storm chances, some clouds in weekend beach forecast

A decent Saturday, albeit with some slight storm chances, and a gloomier Sunday are expected this...

Rescuers resume search for man who fell into Prettyboy Reservoir

Baltimore County rescue units have resumed a search Saturday morning for a man who was seen...

Big Ten media pick Md. football to finish near bottom of East Division

Maryland finished last year fifth in the Atlantic Coast Conference’s seven-team Atlantic...

Man stabbed on Loch Raven Blvd.

A man was stabbed Friday night in the 8400 block of Loch Raven Blvd., Baltimore County police said,...

New playground intended to help autistic children build social skills 

Inviting a friend to play on a tire swing can be difficult for autistic children, but with special...

In economically pressed area, waiting for food | VIDEO  

The line formed by 8 a.m. Friday and grew for hours — men, women and children waiting under...

Bethesda woman charged with fighting police in Target parking lot

Arundel County police officers arrested Bethesda woman who they said spit on them Thursday during...

Harford leaders fear up to 4K jobs could be lost at APG

Aberdeen Proving Ground could possibly lose up to 4,300 jobs, as a recent Army assessment put...

Would you be able to graduate from high school in Maryland? Take the test.

Maryland education leaders voted this past week to raise the bar for rising ninth- and 10th-...

'Y'all will never catch me': Man arrested after posting on police Facebook

Roger Ray Ireland was served with a warrant after being caught in South Baltimore.

Elkridge man gets 20 years for shaking baby to death

The seemingly remorseful father who pleaded guilty to shaking his own 6-week-old baby to death...

Baltimore man gets life sentence, but not forgiveness 

When Marie Seale remembers seeing her husband, Terrance, being shot and killed in her Northeast...

Tech camps, other programs hope to keep girls interested in STEM fields 

Many girls' interest in science, technology, math and engineering wanes as they get older.

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Dan Rodricks

'Family counts, and it counts for a great deal'  - July 26, 2014 - One of the most sobering facts from Hopkins sociologist Karl Alexander's long, deep look at the lives of nearly 800 Baltimore children...

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Jacques Kelly

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