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American Heart Association

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  • Your chance to comment on road improvements [Montpelier/South Laurel]

    On April 18, representatives of Prince George's County Department of Public Works and Transportation conducted a briefing on planned improvements to the intersection of Muirkirk Road at Odell Road and Cedarbrook Lane in South Laurel. Project Manager...
  • Tower FCU employees help raise funds, awareness

    Tower FCU employees help raise funds, awareness
    Tower Federal Credit Union held its sixth annual Employee Appreciation Day and Casual for Kids Day fundraiser Sept. 19 at its Laurel headquarters. Tower employees, dressed causally in jeans, sneakers and their favorite sports team shirt, enjoyed a...
  • Harford commission backs training standards for fire line officers

    Harford commission backs training standards for fire line officers
    Harford County's newly minted Department of Emergency Services could be facing the first test of its authority over local volunteer fire companies in the next few weeks. The issue is the level of medical training that will be required in the future of...
  • Dylan Cincotta's yeast project is a science fair winner [Clarksville]

    Congratulations to River Hill High student Dylan Cincotta on taking second place in the Biological Science category of the recent Baltimore Science Fair. Dylan's project title was "Possibility of Human Homologue of Yeast Mitochondrial Fission Protein,...
  • 'The Pajama Game' hits the stage at River Hill High [Clarksville]

    Local high school drama productions are quite impressive and provide great entertainment for the entire family. The River Hill Theatre Arts Department will present "The Pajama Game" March 7 to 10. The musical is loaded with popular tunes and laugh-out-...
  • Schools aim to guide students as they move up academic ladder

    Our area schools are producing top-notch students and finding new ways to stay on the cutting edge of education. Rodgers Forge Elementary and Dumbarton Middle Schools will participate in the Feb. 22nd Vertical Articulation Planning meeting. This event for...
  • South Laurel/Montpelier: Montpelier Mansion moves programs during renovations

    Montpelier Mansion will be closed for a period of time this year for some major restoration work dealing primarily with moisture control issues. While the actual facility is closed, some programs usually offered there will be held at different venues in...
  • BWI opens indoor walking trail

    BWI opens indoor walking trail
    Travelers using Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport can get a workout in while waiting for a flight using two new indoor walking paths. The BWI Cardio Trail includes two loops, that are one kilometer, or .6 of a mile, in...
  • Good Deeds: Spotlight on the American Heart Association

    Good Deeds: Spotlight on the American Heart Association
    Nonprofit organizations abound in Howard County, and Howard Magazine highlights who they are, what they do and how you can help. Name: American Heart Association Who: Annette Fisher, senior director, marketing and communications, Mid-Atlantic region...
  • State says wear red. No, purple. No, both.

    On the face of it, the state of Maryland is flying in the face of Purple Friday. The Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation sent out a message on Twitter today urging Marylanders to wear red Friday to show their commitment to fighting heart...
  • H. Samuel Case, McDaniel professor

    H. Samuel Case, McDaniel professor
    H. Samuel Case, who taught human physiology and exercise science at what is now McDaniel College for four decades, died Aug. 22 of complications from leukemia at Carroll Hospice Center's Dove House in Westminster. The longtime Westminster resident was...
  • Chantix may cause more heart attacks than previously thought

    Chantix may cause more heart attacks than previously thought
    A new study led by a Johns Hopkins researcher says the popular anti-smoking drug Chantix significantly increases the risk for a heart attack or other serious heart problem in healthy, middle-aged smokers. Dr. Sonal Singh, the study's lead author, is...