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Saint Agnes Hospital

Saint Agnes Hospital
Saint Agnes Hospital, a Roman Catholic hospital in Baltimore, was created by The Daughters of Charity in 1862. It is currently owned by Ascension Health.
Saint Agnes Hospital, a Roman Catholic hospital in Baltimore, was created by The Daughters of Charity in 1862. It is currently owned by Ascension Health. « Show less

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  • Community Fair features informative fun

    Community Fair features informative fun
    Animals, food and crafts are just a few of the components of the Southwest Leadership Team's 10th annual Community Fair. The fair, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 18 at Hillcrest Park on 3rd Avenue, will also provide adults with easy access to valuable...
  • Wedded: Nessa Klein and John Mimm

    Wedded: Nessa Klein and John Mimm
    Wedding date: March 23, 2013 Her story: Nessa Klein, 33, grew up in Arbutus. She is a human resources consultant for St. Agnes Hospital in Baltimore. Her mother, Linda, works for Baltimore County public schools and her father, Charles, is retired. His...
  • Elkridge: The 50+ Expo will feature more than 150 exhibitors

    Are you over 50 or almost there? Do you serve as a caregiver to an older adult? Are you, or someone you love, an adult over 18 with disabilities? Are you simply someone who plans well for the future and wants to know the best options for healthy aging?...
  • 89 Md. facilities bought drugs from firm linked to meningitis outbreak

    89 Md. facilities bought drugs from firm linked to meningitis outbreak
    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...
  • Marie McG. Leaf, combat nurse

    Marie McG. Leaf, combat nurse
    Marie McG. Leaf, a World War II combat nurse who cared for the wounded and dying on the battlefields of Europe, died Thursday of complications from Alzheimer's disease at the Augsburg Lutheran Home and Village in Lochearn. She was 95. The daughter of...
  • Pages from the Past: Physician's dog killed by shotgun blast in 1912

    An article in the May 4, 1912 edition of The Argus reported on the latest incident in a frightening series of fatal shootings in the area. The residents of Catonsville are alarmed over a number of valuable dogs which have been shot and killed within...
  • Two killed, two shot and one stabbed on Halloween in city

    Two men were killed, two others were shot and a fifth man was stabbed on Halloween night in the city. About 8:16 p.m., police found a 32-year-old man shot in the torso near his home in the 5300 block of Carriage Court in the Westgate neighborhood of...
  • Fatal result feared from Catonsville woman's fall down steps in 1912

    An article in the Aug. 24, 1912, edition of The Argus reported on slim hopes for an elderly woman's recovery after she fell down a flight of steps in the middle of the night. Falling down a flight of steps while walking in her sleep early Friday...
  • Edward A. Branning Jr., veteran

    Edward A. Branning Jr., veteran
    Edward A. Branning Jr., a retired Chesapeake and Potomac Telephone Co. switchman and World War II veteran, died Aug. 28 of heart failure at St. Agnes Hospital. He was 88. The son of a funeral director and a homemaker, Mr. Branning was born in Baltimore...
  • James F. Barlow, D-Day veteran

    James F. Barlow, D-Day veteran
    James F. Barlow, a retired masonry contractor who drove a weapon carrier at Omaha Beach during the World War II Allied invasion, died Sept. 1 at St. Agnes Medical Center after suffering a fractured hip at his Academy Heights home. He was 87. Mr. Barlow...
  • Lawrence P. 'L.P.' Martin, contractor

    Lawrence P. 'L.P.' Martin, contractor
    Lawrence P. "L.P." Martin, a Catonsville contractor, died June 21 of a heart attack at St. Agnes Hospital. He was 55. Lawrence Phillip Martin was born in Catonsville and raised in the community's Paradise neighborhood. He was a graduate of Catonsville...
  • St. Agnes Hospital's 1978 ban on smoking a 'bold step'

    On July 1, the Community College of Baltimore County will ban the use of tobacco products on its campuses except in designated areas. The University System of Maryland implemented a smoking ban with a vote by its Board of Regents on June 22, according to...