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Nursing (INACTIVE)

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  • Letter: Small lenders are having big problems in mortgage crisis

    Loni Ingraham's recent story, "Latest auction of vacant Armacost nursing home...," (Oct. 20, Towson Times) underscores the growing crisis in Towson and other areas regarding real estate. Many attribute the collapse of the U.S. economy to the...
  • Gladys Spellman Specialty Care Unit relocates to Laurel Regional Hospital

    The former Gladys Spellman Specialty Hospital and Nursing Center, located for 43 years adjacent to Prince George's Hospital Center in Cheverly, has moved to Laurel Regional Hospital and has a new name. The Gladys Spellman Specialty Care Unit, or GSSCU,...
  • Laurel residents earn degrees, college honors

    Grace Ashu, a resident of Laurel, earned an Associate in Applied Science in nursing from Excelsior College in Albany, N.Y. Khushbu Patel, of Laurel, received a Doctor of Physical Therapy in physical therapy from Boston University. Almaz Abraham, of...
  • HCC seeking $3 million for capital projects

    Harford Community College is seeking nearly $3 million for projects in fiscal year 2013, while delaying, because of a change in county funding limitations, the construction of a new nursing and allied health building. During Tuesday's Board of Trustees...
  • Maryland to increase primary care health work force by 25 percent

    Maryland to increase primary care health work force by 25 percent
    State officials on Tuesday announced a plan to increase the number of primary care health professionals by as much as 25 percent in the next decade through a wide range of goals that include increased educational opportunities, financial incentives and...
  • Laurel American Legion commander implements new programs

    Laurel American Legion commander implements new programs
    Members of Laurel American Legion Post 60, most dressed in Washington Redskins jerseys, watched their team struggle against the San Francisco 49ers Sunday, Nov. 6. As it became obvious that the Skins would lose, several members, sitting at a round table...
  • Rhoda P. Levin, educator, dies

    Rhoda P. Levin, educator, dies
    Rhoda P. Levin, a national leader in community health care education and a community activist, died July 5 of leukemia at her Pikesville home. She was 82. Rhoda Powell was born in New York City. In 1942, she moved to Baltimore when her parents opened a...
  • Victorian-style marriage and intimacy (and electricity) found 'In the Next Room'

    Victorian-style marriage and intimacy (and electricity) found 'In the Next Room'
    To passersby, the startling noises spilling from Laurel Mill Playhouse during its current run of Sarah Ruhl's "In the Next Room (or the Vibrator Play)" may seem curious even for the lively little theater on Main Street. The first of Ruhl's plays to open...
  • Academic achievements for Laurel students

    The following students from Laurel graduated from Frostburg State University: Gabrieline Amankwaa, Bachelor of Fine Arts in art and design; Christopher Lanier, Bachelor of Science in business administration; Michael Fulson-Woytek, Bachelor of Science in...
  • Compassion without boundaries: The generosity of Howard countians in faraway places

    Compassion without boundaries: The generosity of Howard countians in faraway places
    Schools, homes, shoes and jobs. Love. Hope. As myriad as the needs of those swept up in poverty, abandonment and disaster are the people who pour out their time and treasure to help. In Howard County, we have a commendable reputation for helping our own,...
  • Officials attack BGE over outages; City, Baltimore. Co., Arundel most affected

    Officials attack BGE over outages; City, Baltimore. Co., Arundel most affected
    Power restoration to Baltimore County homes in the wake of Hurricane Irene lagged behind the rest of the state Wednesday, as tens of thousands of residents entered a fourth evening without lights. Large numbers of Baltimore City and Anne Arundel County...
  • Counter-terrorism advances help police fight crime

    In a Woodlawn office park, police can collect and analyze tips that can help find an al-Qaeda cell or a Bloods gang member. Investigators there — representing more than two dozen law enforcement agencies across the state — have access to a...