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  • Hopkins clinician mixes art, science in facial prosthetics

    Hopkins clinician mixes art, science in facial prosthetics
    She enters the clinic on a walker, slow yet remarkably steady, and as Pauline Wood hails her host for the day, she gives him a bag of lemon tarts she rose early that morning to bake.  With her white hair and glasses, Wood, 89, is every inch the lovable...
  • Lawyers claim Jewish brothers can't get fair trial in Baltimore

    Lawyers claim Jewish brothers can't get fair trial in Baltimore
    Attorneys for two Jewish brothers, who are accused of beating a black teen while patrolling their Northwest Baltimore neighborhood, argued Monday that their trial should be delayed or transferred because African-American leaders and the news media have...
  • Ray Rice to host anti-bullying, teen suicide prevention outreach

    I am pleased that Baltimore Ravens running back Ray Rice will soon be here for an anti-bullying forum. Called A Ray of Hope, the forum will be held in the Howard High School auditorium on Saturday, May 5 from 3 to 5 p.m. Howard County General Hospital...
  • Reed, McKinnie inducted in Miami Hall of Fame

    Reed, McKinnie inducted in Miami Hall of Fame
    MIAMI– Wearing a sand-colored sportcoat he’d been handed as one of the night’s guest of honors, Bryant McKinnie was sharing University of Miami memories with a small group of people when the college, and now NFL teammate, he’d just...
  • Talking with O's scouting director Gary Rajsich about Ryan Ripken, signing players

    Talking with O's scouting director Gary Rajsich about Ryan Ripken, signing players
    Had the opportunity to talk to Orioles scouting director Gary Rajsich today. Here are some highlights. I’ll have a little more later. Rajsich was expecting to get financial permission at some point Thursday and then would begin negotiating with...
  • Orioles happy with progress in draft

    Orioles happy with progress in draft
    -- Orioles new scouting director Gary Rajsich said his goals heading into his first draft were simple: Get a couple top pitchers and then assemble a strong mix of players with differing skills. "I think we got some players we really liked. We got a...
  • Ravens defensive coordinator Pagano thrives under pressure

    Ravens defensive coordinator Pagano thrives under pressure
    The two-a-day practices were always fun because there was so much for an 8-year-old to do. There were cones to set up, tackling dummies to wrestle with, footballs to gather and water bottles to squirt. Young Chuck Pagano did it all for his father,...
  • John Clotworthy, 87, worked with Cousteau

    John Clotworthy, 87, worked with Cousteau
    John Harris Clotworthy, a key figure along with the French explorer Jacques Cousteau in building a submersible watercraft that took researchers to a depth of 4,000 feet, died of cancer Wednesday at his home in Annapolis. He was 87. Known as Jack, Mr....
  • Hopkins' medical students learn to use their stethoscopes

    Hopkins' medical students learn to use their stethoscopes
    The stethoscope may be an icon of the medical profession to most patients. But it's more of a relic to many doctors. The device used to listen to the heart, lungs and other body parts — invented nearly 200 years ago — has been overtaken by...
  • An epidemic's unseen cause

    While just a teenager in the 1970s, she danced on The Block, where she snorted cocaine and heroin and sold sex in backrooms. Later, with her addictions firmly rooted, she set out on her own, offering her body on the streets of West Baltimore as a deadly...
  • Ravens' upset bid falls just short

    Ravens' upset bid falls just short
    The Ravens were on the brink of a historic upset. Instead, they had to deal with one of the most heartbreaking defeats in their history. Hurting themselves in the fourth quarter with questionable decision-making, the Ravens fell short in a painful 27-24...
  • Facing down his critics

    His eyes focused straight ahead, Willis McGahee is running. That might not sound significant, but you have to realize that the past few years, McGahee spent March traveling - Korea, Switzerland, Italy - and waited until mid-April before beginning his...