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  • Betty Ford is dead at 93, founded addiction center

    Betty Ford, the widow of late President Gerald Ford and a co-founder of an eponymous addiction center in California, has died at the age of 93, according to the director of the Gerald R. Ford Presidential Library and Museum. Ford died Friday evening with...
  • Seniors grow old under debt

    Seniors grow old under debt
    Norman Harvel is growing old under a mountain of debt. At 60, Harvel faces medical and credit card bills topping $80,000. Yet Harvel is unable to work, having been injured at a job site more a decade ago. The former building maintenance worker now...
  • Seniors grow old under debt

    Norman Harvel is growing old under a mountain of debt. At 60, Harvel faces medical and credit card bills topping $80,000. Yet Harvel is unable to work, having been injured at a job site more a decade ago. The former building maintenance worker now...
  • Genetic mutation shown in some men with prostate cancer

    Researchers at Johns Hopkins and the University of Michigan have discovered an inherited mutation linked to significantly higher risk of prostate cancer development at a younger age. The discovery, after two decades of looking, provides insight into...
  • Q&A with Towson men's basketball coach Pat Skerry

    Q&A with Towson men's basketball coach Pat Skerry
    For a guy who just lived through a 1-31 season in his first year as a Division I head coach, Pat Skerry seems oddly optimistic. But for the second-year Towson men's basketball coach, staying positive is a surprisingly easy thing to do. Just steps away...
  • Martha Roseman, Hopkins associate dean, dies

    Martha Roseman, Hopkins associate dean, dies
    Martha O. Roseman, a retired Johns Hopkins University associate dean of academic advising who was recalled as a "grandmother" for those at the Homewood campus, died of cancer July 22 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Pikesville resident was 90....
  • Letter: List of high school graduates was much appreciated

    Thank you for putting in all the graduation and senior announcements in this past week's newspaper. I was so happy to see my niece's name in the paper. As a mother of a drama student, I couldn't help but notice your picture of Jordan Andre. Wow. This kid...
  • Martha Roseman, Hopkins associate dean, dies

    Martha Roseman, Hopkins associate dean, dies
    Martha O. Roseman, a retired Johns Hopkins University associate dean of academic advising who was recalled as a "grandmother" of the Homewood campus, died of cancer July 22 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Pikesville resident was 90. Born...
  • Injection easier than IV in treating deadly epileptic seizures, study shows

    Injection easier than IV in treating deadly epileptic seizures, study shows
    Megan Elphage lives in fear of another big epileptic seizure. The 22-year-old Glen Burnie woman had her first seizure when she was 13. Even though medications largely keep her epilepsy under control, the prospect of seizures means she can't drive,...
  • Greater Loch Raven: Choir groups' expertise carries from Calvert Hall to Carnegie Hall

    Calvert Hall is going to Carnegie Hall. In April, 15 Calvert Hall College High School vocal music students will join with other school choirs to perform in a festival chorus at Carnegie Hall. George Wilkerson Jr., vocal music teacher at the school, said...
  • Catonsville High School student's talent with trombone has taken him to New England and New York City

    Catonsville High School student's talent with trombone has taken him to New England and New York City
    Seven years ago, Michael Shayte tested various brass and string instruments along with the rest of his fifth-grade class. But only the trombone called to him. "It just felt right when I started playing," he said, recalling that moment back in middle...
  • A better way to provide health care, threatened by budget cuts

    A better way to provide health care, threatened by budget cuts
    With a potent mix of excitement and idealism, we set out to become physicians serving on the front lines — primary-care doctors who would be the first point of contact for patients we would follow over the course of a lifetime. Yet throughout our...