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Health and Safety at School (INACTIVE)

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  • Harford residents earn college honors

    WAKE FOREST UNIVERSITY: Gerard Neely, of Forest Hill, graduated from Wake Forest University on May 20. JAMES MADISON UNIVERSITY: The following students graduated from James Madison University May 4: Christopher Petty, of Jarrettsville; Rachel Otto, of...
  • Use of unloaded guns in Baltimore Police training drill under investigation

    Baltimore police are investigating a training drill where officers used their unloaded service weapons, a violation of new safety protocols put into place three months ago following the accidental shooting of a trainee. No one was hurt during the drill....
  • Hopkins, Walgreens partner on East Baltimore pharmacy

    Hopkins, Walgreens partner on East Baltimore pharmacy
    Johns Hopkins Medicine and Walgreens are collaborating on a new drugstore that is expected to open by the end of the year in East Baltimore, the partners announced Thursday. "We'll hopefully use the store to develop programs, deliver them to the...
  • Norovirus likely caused sickness at Pot Spring Elementary, officials say

    Norovirus likely caused sickness at Pot Spring Elementary, officials say
    Norovirus was likely the culprit that sickened 200 students and nine staff members at Pot Spring Elementary in Timonium last week, Baltimore County health officials have found. About a third of the school's students were absent May 17 because of...
  • Early release at Southern Middle School, several others

    The State Board of Education granted Anne Arundel County Public Schools' request last week to waive the 180-day school calendar requirement for Southern Middle School, allowing classes to end on Thursday, June 13. School officials said the early closing...
  • Albert Hall, opera singer

    Albert Hall, opera singer
    Albert Hall, a professional opera singer and choirmaster who began his singing career during his student days at City College, died May 13 from colon cancer at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Towson resident was 89. The son of a plumber and a...
  • Burning girl dives into brook to douse flames

    An article in the May 17, 1913, edition of The Argus commended a young girl for keeping her wits in an emergency situation. The presence of mind of 8-year-old Isabelle Smith, of Cedar Hill, near St. Denis, probably saved her life about 6 o'clock Saturday...
  • A sensitive portrait of a troubled child

    A sensitive portrait of a troubled child
    Thanks very much and congratulations on Kevin Rector's very informative and sensitive article, "Girl charged in father's death struggled with mental health" (May 19). As educators and professional counselors, and as residents of the Mount Hebron area with...
  • Dr. Richard J. Bouchard, cardiologist

    Dr. Richard J. Bouchard, cardiologist
    Dr. Richard J. Bouchard, a retired cardiologist who played an instrumental role in the establishment of the cardiac catheterization laboratory at St. Agnes Hospital, died Saturday from non-Hodgkin's lymphoma at Stella Maris Hospice. The longtime...
  • State school board adopts concussion regulations

    State school board adopts concussion regulations
    The Maryland state school board adopted regulations Tuesday that require more concussion training for those responsible for student-athletes and beef up protocols for addressing head injuries. In addition, the board will convene an advisory board to...
  • Hopkins' global health grade: good, but not good enough

    Hopkins' global health grade: good, but not good enough
    Remember the last time you got a B in a class? Maybe a B was OK, a hard-earned accomplishment in a difficult, GPA-sinking course. Or perhaps a B just wasn't good enough — a subpar finish that left you mentally shaking a fist at other classmates....
  • Baseball game with foul language broken up in Aberdeen [Police Blotter]

    Aberdeen Robin L. Graver, 22, of the 600 block of Plater Street, was charged Saturday with possessing a drug other than marijuana. Joe A. Epps, 25, whose address is listed as a post office box, was charged Saturday with possessing a drug other than...