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As the sun rose Sunday on the 19th Komen Maryland Race for the Cure, it illuminated a makeshift city nearly the size of Annapolis, all decked out in shades of pink ranging from the palest pastel to the hottest hue. And for one day, everyone looked...
By the time he entered high school, Darian Kess was already a legend in the making. Though he weighed less than 100 pounds and was only 14 years old, Kess carried with him a large reputation, thanks to his four junior league state wrestling championships...
Tags: Crimes, Overlea, Theft, Wrestling, Health Treatments
WBAL radio show host Ron Smith doesn't hesitate when asked if anything has changed since he announced he has Stage Four pancreatic cancer and will no longer undergo chemotherapy. "I'm facing death in a very short time," says Smith, 69. "So what becomes...
A Maryland man who became the second person in the world to have a synthetic windpipe transplant died Monday, nearly four months after having the rare operation done in Sweden. His mother, Dorne Lyles, said Tuesday that her son died at Franklin Square...
H.L. Mencken once observed that newspapers, by nature, are bellicose and do not speak in support of anyone or anything unless they absolutely can't help it. There are any number of public figures in Maryland and beyond who would attest to this. But on...
Rush Limbaugh is an attention-hogging, obnoxious and ignorant loud mouth ("Rush to judgment on birth control," March 7). His crudeness sicken me. The controversies about oral contraceptives are passe. Yes, insurance companies have to make them available...
Tags: Symptoms, Endometriosis, Diabetes, Rush Limbaugh, Birth Control
About 20 years ago, I went to a urologist for a prostate exam and PSA test. When the blood work was in, he said the levels were virtually nil, and then he said something I've never forgotten: "Fate has something else in store for you." I have ever...
Four-term Ward 1 Laurel City Council member Janis Robison, whose final term ended at Monday's City Council meeting, credits an argument with the formidable Frank Casula as launching her into political office. Casula, whose three-decade political...
Staff and faculty at Scotchtown Hills Elementary are rallying around fifth-grader Marisol Ramirez, honoring her for showing bravery during repeated surgeries, blood transfusions and chemotherapy after being born 10 years ago with a blocked small intestine...
With visible excitement, Chris Glass runs his finger across a large wall map of the world at the world headquarters of the nonprofit, IMA World Health, in New Windsor. He carefully traces his route to Tanzania, then taps his finger gently on Mount...
Our lawmakers in Annapolis have an opportunity to eliminate a significant disparity in access to chemotherapy for the thousands of Marylanders treated for cancer each year. The access issue is one of cost and the difference in how much insurance companies...
A few surprises are popping up, along with more-expected announcements, now that the filing deadline for candidates in Laurel's upcoming local elections is just over two weeks away. Candidates have until Sept. 6 to file their applications for the Nov....
Tags: NAACP, Referenda, Regional Authority, Local Elections, Maryland
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