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Nursing (INACTIVE)

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  • Maryland State Fair brought to Lorien Mays Chapel nursing home residents

    Maryland State Fair brought to Lorien Mays Chapel nursing home residents
    Although Lorien Mays Chapel nursing home residents were unable to make the mile trip to enjoy the sights and sounds of the Maryland State Fair, the facility's health center made sure they still were able to sample the event. With the help of the...
  • Josie Mehta, registered nurse

    Josie Mehta, registered nurse
    Josie Mehta, a retired registered nurse who had worked at the Baltimore Veterans Affairs Medical Center, died Sept. 1 of cancer at her Nottingham home. She was 61. The daughter of an insurance man and a homemaker, Josie Dela Cruz was born and raised in...
  • Catonsville Boy Scout Troop to celebrate 100th anniversary Sunday

    Catonsville Boy Scout Troop to celebrate 100th anniversary Sunday
    In 1911, America was a much different place. President William Howard Taft was in the White House, and baseball was the national pastime. There were no National Football League games on Sunday, Monday or Thursday, because there was no NFL. That same...
  • Head of the class: Area students receive academic awards, degrees

    Erin O'Hara-Ingram, of Parkton, was named to the spring 2012 dean's list at Central Penn College, Sumerdale, Pa. The following students graduated from Salisbury University, in Salisbury. Meghan Dekozlowski, of Phoenix, Bachelor of Arts, environmental...
  • Johns Hopkins' new hospital sets transformative vision

    Johns Hopkins' new hospital sets transformative vision
    For generations, patients entering Johns Hopkins Hospital walked past an oil painting of the founder and a marble statue of Jesus Christ. In the building that Hopkins opened this spring, they see blue and green rhinos, a flying ostrich and a purple cow...
  • Keswick Multi-Care Center refocusing on community-based health

    Keswick Multi-Care Center refocusing on community-based health
    When Libby Bowerman retired late last year as chief executive officer of Keswick Multi-Care Center, she said the long-term and memory care facility was well-positioned for "whatever health care is going to become." But what that would be exactly was...
  • Suspect in hepatitis C outbreak portrayed as traveling addict

    Suspect in hepatitis C outbreak portrayed as traveling addict
    When David Kwiatkowski was found slurring his words and smelling of alcohol in a Boston-area hotel room littered with prescription pills late one July night, his life as a traveling medical technician had largely unraveled already. In his early 30s, he...
  • Doris W. Wagner, registered nurse

    Doris W. Wagner, a former registered nurse who helped plan and design Carroll County's first adult day care center, died Sept. 11 of meningioma at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. The longtime Mount Airy resident was 86. The daughter of a wallpaper...
  • Seniors grow old under debt

    Seniors grow old under debt
    Norman Harvel is growing old under a mountain of debt. At 60, Harvel faces medical and credit card bills topping $80,000. Yet Harvel is unable to work, having been injured at a job site more a decade ago. The former building maintenance worker now...
  • Nan L. Vickers, pediatric nurse

    Nan L. Vickers, pediatric nurse
    Nan L. Vickers, a retired registered pediatric nurse and avid reader, died Wednesdayof respiratory failure at Oak Crest Village retirement community. She was 88. The daughter of a machinist and a homemaker, the former Nan Leimbach was born in Baltimore...
  • Head of the Class: area students honored

    Kelly Auxt, Angela Springer and Stephanie Yonowitz, of Owings Mills, graduated with a master's degree in Curriculum and Instruction; Lisa Goldberg and Rebecca Harman, of Reisterstown, graduated with a master's degree in Counselor Education, and Michael...
  • Newsmakers: Reisterstown man expert on National Geographic documentary

    Newsmakers: Reisterstown man expert on National Geographic documentary
    Reisterstown resident Marvin W. Barrash, author of the book, "U.S.S. Cyclops," about the disappearance of the fuel ship, the U.S.S. Cyclops in the area that is known as the Bermuda Triangle during World War I, was filmed July 24 as an expert on the...