| Apr 17, 2014
| 3:00 AM
The city is seeking development ideas for a 16-acre group of properties close to Old Town Mall, an East Baltimore shopping strip that has struggled despite being the target of revitalization efforts for more than 40 years.
The request for proposals,...
| Apr 17, 2014
| 11:15 AM
Having read Johns Hopkins Hospital President Ronald R. Peterson's recent commentary, it's easy to see why the institution is having problems striking a labor bargain with lower-level employees ("Balancing priorities and resources at Johns Hopkins,"...
| Feb 28, 2014
| 4:19 PM
Doctors at Johns Hopkins Hospital have removed a rare tumor that contained several fully grown teeth from a baby boy's brain.
The tumor was found in the then-4-month-old from West Virginia in 2012 after a pediatrician noticed that his head was unusually...
| Mar 4, 2014
| 6:47 PM
Former Black Panther leader Marshall "Eddie" Conway walked free Tuesday after spending four decades behind bars for killing a Baltimore police officer — making his one of the highest-profile cases affected by a high court decision that has cut short...
| Mar 12, 2014
| 3:58 PM
Zachary M. "Zach" Lederer's personal struggle and determination to survive brain cancer gave hope and inspiration to people across the world. The University of Maryland, College Park student and manager of the men's basketball team became known for...
| Mar 17, 2014
| 4:26 PM
The Johns Hopkins University plans to build a $2 million temporary child care center near the Homewood campus in 2015 for staff and graduate students who are parents of young children. A permanent facility of at least $8 million is planned for 2020,...
| Mar 18, 2014
| 3:10 AM
The Elkridge man accused of shaking his six-month-old baby to death in September will stand trial Tuesday in Howard County Circuit Court.
Aron James Krampf, 26, of the 6200 block of Ducketts Lane, faces a second-degree murder charge and child abuse...
| Jan 22, 2014
| 4:25 PM
Dr. Elmer Hoffman, a retired Baltimore surgeon who had been a pioneer in breast cancer surgery and immediate reconstruction and was also an advocate of the use of "super cold surgery" to ease the pain of the terminally ill, died Monday of complications...
| Jan 27, 2014
| 11:54 AM
Documentaries were supposed to be a dying genre -- and living proof that we were becoming dumber as a nation.
Reality TV is cheaper and easier to make. And who has time for lengthy, in-depth explorations of anything any more in the age of Twitter? Docs...
| Apr 22, 2014
| 4:34 PM
Baltimore County Police say a 2-year-old boy received "serious injuries to the upper body" from a pit bull attack on Tuesday afternoon.
Police said that at about 4:26 p.m., officers and fire personnel were called to a home in the unit block of...
| Apr 23, 2014
| 1:00 PM
It's a fact politicians who support the Red Line don't want you to know. When all the money is counted — a maximum of $900 million from the Federal Government and $1.2 billion from the state of Maryland — the Red Line budget falls at least...
| Mar 21, 2014
| 4:14 PM
Keith King was kicked out at age 18 from the religious commune in Pennsylvania where he grew up. He had $150 and no place to go after he defied the elders, telling them he wanted to leave and pursue his dream of becoming a doctor.
Nearly a decade later,...