| Oct 21, 2013
| 4:34 PM
As the city's manufacturing base and population shrank, the Greater Baltimore Committee decided it needed to train leaders to replace the ones the region was losing — people energized to help with increasingly complex local problems.
That was 30...
| Oct 23, 2013
| 6:19 AM
Marilyn Johnson has only been running her sewing studio out of its new location for about three months, but a visitor could be forgiven for thinking she's been in the same space for years.
And they wouldn't be too far from the truth. Johnson's new...
| Oct 25, 2013
| 8:33 PM
When Osiris Therapeutics disclosed an agreement last week resolving concerns from federal regulators, the Columbia biotech firm pitched it as a win.
The deal doesn't require changes to its marketing of Grafix bandages, Osiris said, and also gives it...
| Nov 22, 2013
| 11:27 AM
James H. Chambers founded the H. Chambers Co. in 1889 as a painting and wallpaper firm working in Baltimore's religious institutions and the homes of the city's upper crust.
Over the next century, the business grew into one of the country's elite...
| Sep 19, 2013
| 6:25 PM
Robert Taylor says problems with alcohol cost him his job as a city laborer four years ago. He quit drinking, but without a permanent source of income or place to stay, it's been difficult for him to get back on his feet.
He's held a few odd jobs, but...
| Sep 22, 2013
The excited voices on CNBC radio riveted financial adviser John Bacci's attention as he drove to Chestertown five years ago for a routine client visit.
The stock market was in freefall that Sept. 29 after Congress rejected a $700 billion rescue of the...
| Sep 23, 2013
| 7:45 AM
As taken from the pages of The Aegis dated Thursday, Sept. 26, 1963:
A police dog was credited with the capture and arrest of two burglars 50 years ago this week. A telephone operator alerted police that Jarusek's Carry Out Restaurant on Route 40 in...
| Sep 30, 2013
| 3:00 AM
Marylanders with developmental disabilities deserve the opportunity to reach for their potential to live independently, work, and contribute to their communities. As Secretary of Maryland's Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, I am responsible for the...
| Sep 30, 2013
| 2:16 PM
Former Baltimore City Circuit Judge Basil A. Thomas, whose legal career spanned more than seven decades, died Friday of congestive heart failure at the Blakehurst Retirement Community in Towson. He was 98.
"He's my guy. Basil lived a long and full...
| Oct 1, 2013
| 7:12 PM
Lawmakers in Congress made no progress Tuesday on ending the budget impasse that has thrown federal agencies in Maryland and elsewhere into the first government shutdown since 1996.
There was little indication that either side was prepared to negotiate,...
| Oct 2, 2013
| 7:40 AM
With a federal shutdown in effect after Congress failed to reach a spending-bill compromise by midnight on Oct. 1, local officials and business leaders are trying to determine what the impact of a potential federal shutdown will be for Howard County....
| Oct 7, 2013
| 10:26 AM
The law firm of Brown, Brown & Young, P.A., has announced that its principal member Augustus F. "Gus" Brown has been named a Diplomate of the American Association for Justice, formerly known as the Association of Trial Lawyers of America.