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About 20 people participated in an interactive hands-on CPR training and choking relief course at the Howard County Department of Fire and Rescue Services administrative offices in Columbia on Wednesday evening. The county-sponsored class, which uses...
The Baltimore SunThis feature appears each Tuesday on the Baltimore Sports Blitz. It’s just like “What They’re Saying About the Ravens,” but it includes blogger Matt Vensel saying something about what those people are saying. Got it? --- Fox...
While Baltimore's air is healthier to breathe than it used to be, at least one environmental group thinks it could be cleaner still. The Sierra Club released a report this week contending that two power plants in the area - C.P. Crane in Baltimore...
Maryterese Streett, Bel Air's unofficial matriarch and historian and among its best known residents, died Saturday night at a hospice near Bel Air. She would have been 82 on Sept. 4. Owners of Boyd & Fulford Drugs on Main Street, Mrs. Streett and her...
Domestic violence does exist in the older adult populations October is Domestic Violence Month and across the country, communities will mount campaigns to make the public aware of this social issue. Howard County is no exception. The center is...
Tags: Pneumonia, Sex Crimes, Suicide, Abusive Behavior, Vaccines
The Baltimore SunA new Maryland State Department of Education policy aimed at better acclimatizing student athletes to the heat during the early days of practice nearly brought teddy bears and trash cans to the football field this week. While much of the model heat...
Commuters to Baltimore faced heavy traffic and major delays Tuesday, after a large water main break downtown buckled the surface of Light Street and sent water gushing through Lombard and Pratt streets. Jamie Kendrick, the city’s deputy...
Tags: Lombard Street, Inner Harbor, Business, Dundalk, Water Supply
Kids who are allergic to foods can overcome their reactions through therapy that involves giving them increasing doses of the specific foods, according to a new study from Johns Hopkins Children’s Center and other hospitals. The research adds to...
Musical workshop for teens The Annapolis Summer Garden Theatre is accepting applications for its teen workshop. It explores drama and vocal skills, monologues, cold readings, audition techniques and various styles of dance. Through theater games, scene...
Back in the late 1700s, when Baltimoreans got their water from nearby streams, springs and wells, every household was ordered to keep two leather buckets filled to fight fires. That precaution might come in handy again, as the water main break Monday...
Tags: Physiology, Inner Harbor, Business, Dundalk, Water Supply
The research involved laser scans, underwater video and special animation software. And it took thousands of hours of computer time to run simulations that crunched complex fluid mechanics equations. All of this scientific firepower was thrown at one...
Ray LaHood was 20 minutes late for his date Monday afternoon with the neighbors who live around the crumbling Kirk Avenue bus maintenance yard in East Baltimore. But the U.S. transportation secretary came with a gift that brought smiles and cheers: a $40...
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