| Nov 13, 2012
| 5:16 PM
Paul W. Wirtz, former deputy director of facilities engineering at Aberdeen Proving Ground and longtime comptroller and trustee of the Baltimore Streetcar Museum, died Nov. 4 from multiple organ failure at Greater Baltimore Medical Center.
| Sep 29, 2012
| 3:28 PM
Like the strikes of her favorite past time, it took three sneezes to take out Phyllis Shotwell's hearing. A devoted Baltimore Orioles fan all of her 88 years, Shotwell was watching television one night last November when her sneezing resulted in total...
| Oct 24, 2012
| 5:36 PM
The federal Food and Drug Administration identified 89 medical facilities in Maryland that bought drugs from the Massachusetts manufacturer being investigated for a national fungal meningitis outbreak.
The facilities are among more than 3,000 in numerous...
| Oct 25, 2012
| 12:38 PM
That a batch of tainted vials from a single company could put thousands of people across the country at risk for a deadly form of meningitis is a sign the system for regulating pharmacies that mix drug compounds and ship them nationwide needs to be...
| Oct 29, 2012
| 11:34 AM
Update: Hopkins said outpatient services at Johns Hopkins Hospital, including those at satellite offices, wiill be closed Tuesday.
Area hopsitals continued to care for the sick Monday, despite a storm roaring outside.
Doctors were performing...
| Nov 1, 2012
| 3:22 PM
Adam D. Cockey Jr., a leader in the Baltimore-area real estate industry who had headed a Roland Park brokerage, died Oct. 30 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson of complications from a fall he suffered last month while on vacation in Phoenix, Ariz. He was...
| Mar 9, 2013
| 11:24 AM
Carole Lynn Maier, a stained-glass artist and former House of Ruth board president, died of an autoimmune lung ailment Feb. 24 at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The Kingsville resident was 60.
Born Carole Lynn Smith in Baltimore and raised in...
| Mar 19, 2013
| 8:02 AM
Eleven-year-old Tyler Parker-Rollins says being vegan isn't always easy. But he says it's also "fun" and that he plans to be one "forever."
His 9-year-old brother, Will, loved it when his friends tried vegan pizza at his birthday party and "they...
| Mar 15, 2013
| 4:54 PM
The first Marylander to succumb to rabies since 1976 developed the virus through a kidney transplant that took place more than a year before the Army veteran died of the disease in February, national health and defense officials said Friday.
| Feb 21, 2013
| 12:25 PM
Maybe it's the influence of British royalty or a popular children's character.
Whatever the reason, babies born at Greater Baltimore Medical Center last year were most likely to be named William or Olivia.
The hospital released its annual report of...
| Feb 11, 2013
| 8:25 AM
When Jonah Posner developed a fever last spring, his mother, Tracy, didn’t think much of it. The then-2-year-old was eating, drinking and sleeping as he usually did.
“He had no other symptoms besides the fever,” Tracy Posner says....
| Feb 15, 2013
| 11:57 AM
Three men have been arrested in connection with 24 convenience store robberies — three of which occurred in Lansdowne and Arbutus — over the course of six weeks, according to Baltimore County Police.
Police have arrested Omar Hance, 31, of...