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  • Severna Park company Dynasplint lays off 500 after loan foreclosure

    Severna Park company Dynasplint lays off 500 after loan foreclosure
    Severna Park company Dynasplint Systems Inc. laid off 500 employees, including about 250 in Maryland, on Tuesday after its lender moved to foreclose on its property, including cash that was to cover payroll. In a letter to laid-off employees obtained...
  • Ron A. Szymanski, software designer

    Ron A. Szymanski, software designer
    Ron A. Szymanski, who was chief software architect at Aberdeen Proving Ground, died July 26 of stomach cancer at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 34. Born and raised in Middlesex, N.J., Mr. Szymanski was a 1996 graduate of Middlesex High School....
  • Navy QB Rafi Montalvo in midst of 'unbelievable' recovery from car accident, coma

    Navy QB Rafi Montalvo in midst of 'unbelievable' recovery from car accident, coma
    Navy quarterback Rafi Montalvo remembers flying home to Florida on Thanksgiving Day last year, but the memories of what happened to him late that November night are still a little fuzzy. It is probably for the best. The last thing Montalvo recalls was...
  • Hope for a cure amid a thinner crowd at Maryland Komen race

    Hope for a cure amid a thinner crowd at Maryland Komen race
    Participation in the Komen Maryland Race for the Cure dropped for the second straight year, according to officials at the Sunday event. Yet those who braved the blustery climes to take part in the 21st annual event in Hunt Valley said they wouldn't...
  • Bel Air concert benefits child with cancer

    “Rock Childhood Cancer” a benefit concert for 7-year-old Julia Warren, who has a rare, aggressive form of cancer, will be held at Bel Air Moose Lodge 1952 on Friday, July 26, at 7 p.m. There will be seven local bands appearing include Rezin,...
  • Democrats stray far from America's traditional values

    Democrats stray far from America's traditional values
    My new book concerns the countercultural views of today's progressive Democrats. This is not your father's liberalism, and it is certainly far removed from the local Democratic Party I was exposed to as a young kid growing up in Arbutus. That Democratic...
  • Pregnancy center signs are necessary

    Pregnancy center signs are necessary
    In her recent commentary concerning Baltimore's pregnancy-center ordinance ("Free services? Some 'threat,'" July 17), Marta H. Mossburg overlooks key evidence relied on by the Baltimore City Council that pregnancy centers often engage in deceptive...
  • Funds keep HCAA's refrigerated truck on the road

    On Oct. 4, Ames United Methodist Church presented the Community Action Agency, Harford Food Bank in Edgewood with a check for $8,206.77. The 5th Annual Racing to Feed the Hungry Daily 5K Run and 2K Walk held June 22 at Tollgate Park, drew a crowd of...
  • Jhpiego wins Gates grant to expand access to contraceptives

    Jhpiego wins Gates grant to expand access to contraceptives
    Jhpiego will use a $3 million grant from The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to expand acess to birth control implants to developing countries. The efforts by Jhpiego, an international non-profit organization affiliated with Johns Hopkins University,...
  • Planned Parenthood helps women take control of their lives

    Regarding letter writer Laura Jones claim that Planned Parenthood employs deceptive advertising, I feel compelled to address the importance of Planned Parenthood and its name ("Planned Parenthood's deceptive advertising," July 13). Planned Parenthood...
  • Therapy gardens at homes and hospitals sprout up as their healing qualities are understood

    Therapy gardens at homes and hospitals sprout up as their healing qualities are understood
    Virginia Thorndike strolls through the garden in front of her Monkton home each morning, carefully observing the ways the flowers have changed from the previous day. She sums up the feeling that overcomes her: "Gratitude." Thorndike designed her...
  • Southwest offers travel grants to patients seeking treatment in Baltimore

    Southwest offers travel grants to patients seeking treatment in Baltimore
    When James Russell learned that he had a rare form of appendix cancer, he thoroughly investigated his treatment options. His research led him to Dr. Armando Sardi, a surgical oncologist at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore who is one of a few...