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HIV (INACTIVE)

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  • Maryland Science Center awards scholarships to city schools graduates

    Two Baltimore City high school students were awarded a $1,500 scholarship and paid summer internship at the Maryland Science Center as the recipients of the Maryland Science Center’s Dr. H. Bentley Glass Scholarship, according to a release sent by...
  • Gay marriage supporters seized victory after tough start

    The two Baptist pastors didn't know a soul at Gov. Martin O'Malley's big breakfast for supporters of his same-sex marriage bill back in January. Neither had ever been in a room with so many openly gay people. "It was a different moment," said the Rev....
  • 'The Voice' recap: Team Cee Lo and Team Adam face instant eliminations

    'The Voice' recap: Team Cee Lo and Team Adam face instant eliminations
    Another week, another round of instant, heartbreaking eliminations on “The Voice.” This time, Teams Adam and Cee Lo are on the chopping block, and after Tuesday’s live eliminations (and tonight’s instant cuts courtesy of the...
  • Coping with AIDS

    The meeting of the 19th International AIDS Conference in Washington this week — the first time the gathering has met in the U.S. in a generation — should hold special significance for Baltimore City. Not only has AIDS claimed far too many...
  • Edgemere man charged with sex offenses against boy, 13

    Edgemere man charged with sex offenses against boy, 13
    A 36-year-old Edgemere man has been arrested and charged with multiple sex offenses after meeting a 13-year-old boy through a social media smartphone application and meeting him for sex in Essex in February, Baltimore County police said Thursday. He is...
  • Circumcision's benefits outweigh risks, doctors' group says

    Circumcision's benefits outweigh risks, doctors' group says
    The American Academy of Pediatrics is modifying its stance on circumcision for the first time in more than a decade, acknowledging that the health benefits outweigh the risks of the procedure, which involves removing the foreskin of a baby boy's penis....
  • Homeless and low-income services fair draws nearly 1,000

    Homeless and low-income services fair draws nearly 1,000
    Henry Rodwell III smiled as a professional photographer snapped a rare portrait of him with his son, whose birth had prompted the single father to break his addiction to heroin and change his life. Rodwell was one of nearly 1,000 homeless and low-...
  • Paul W. Ramey

    Paul W. Ramey
    Paul Wilson Ramey, a member of the Army Corps of Engineers who was a founder of AIDS Action Baltimore, died of cancer Dec. 29 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 55 and lived in Hampden. Born and raised in Woodstock, Va., he was a 1975 graduate...
  • Federal government cuts travel costs; scientists warn of collaboration lost

    Federal government cuts travel costs; scientists warn of collaboration lost
    Florence P. Haseltine knows the power of scientists meeting face to face. The former researcher at the National Institutes of Health notes a list of milestones achieved through networking and collaboration at conferences, such as the deliberations that...
  • Oliver neighborhood flooded with emergency resources

    Oliver neighborhood flooded with emergency resources
    Under heavy rain on a beat-up street in East Baltimore Tuesday, the heads of city government kicked off an intensive, weeklong program designed to address violence, drug trafficking and other stubborn problems that have plagued the Oliver neighborhood....
  • Baltimore Catholics see fresh outlook from new pope

    Baltimore Catholics see fresh outlook from new pope
    Surprise turned into joy as Baltimore Catholics celebrated the election of the first Latin American and first Jesuit pope, saying it offered an often-hidebound church a chance for rejuvenation. "One time, John Paul the Great called America, meaning...
  • The sniffling and coughing season

    The sniffling and coughing season
    Flu season is upon us again, but authorities say it won't exhibit as mild a form this year as in seasons past. On Friday, the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention officially declared flu an epidemic in Maryland and 46 other states, meaning...