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Hearing Impairment (INACTIVE)

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  • Regal Cinemas to open at Waugh Chapel Towne Centre

    Regal Entertainment Group will open a 12-screen and IMAX movie theater this month at Waugh Chapel  Towne Centre in Gambrills, with preview events starting Monday and a Sept. 14 grand opening. The 2,200-seat Waugh Chapel Stadium 12 & IMAX will join...
  • Hearing impaired get boost at Hopkins clinic

    Hearing impaired get boost at Hopkins clinic
    Hearing aids have improved the quality of many people's lives, but most users have learned they are less than ideal in noisy environments. Going to the airport, store or doctor's office can be frustrating, said Dr. Frank R. Lin, a Johns Hopkins...
  • Datebook

    Sunday, June 24 Cowboy monkey rodeo The Team Ghost Riders Cowboy Monkey Rodeo rides into Prince George's Stadium as the Bowie Baysox take on the Reading Phillies at 2:05 p.m. Information: 301-464-4865 or baysox.com. Movie A free screening of "Shrek"...
  • Abingdon Social Security office has new hours

    Effective this week, the Abingdon Social Security office has new hours. The office is open to the public Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. – a reduction of 30 minutes each weekday. In addition, beginning January 2, 2013, the office will...
  • Share Your Blessings: Where to donate this holiday season

    As another challenging economic year nears its end, nonprofit groups throughout the area are struggling to make ends meet and address growing needs in the community. These groups and the people they serve need our help more than ever. Below is a listing...
  • Everyman announces first full season at new home

    Everyman announces first full season at new home
    It might be hard to duplicate the anticipation and publicity that greeted the inaugural season in Everyman Theatre's inviting new home on West Fayette Street, but that hasn't stopped the company from trying. "I want next season to be even more...
  • Take a walk at Glen Mar UM to benefit county food bank [Clarksville]

    It's always nice to hear from former editor Connie Ballenger. Connie recently shared information about the Family 5K Run/Walk sponsored by Glen Mar United Methodist Church to be held April 20. The event is a benefit for the Howard County Food Bank....
  • EEOC claims Toys 'R' Us discriminated against deaf job applicant

    EEOC claims Toys 'R' Us discriminated against deaf job applicant
    The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission sued Toys "R" Us, alleging the company broke the law when staff at its Columbia store refused to provide a sign-language interpreter for a job applicant who is deaf. The lawsuit, filed last week in U.S....
  • Dr. Hiroshi Shimizu

    Dr. Hiroshi Shimizu
    Dr. Hiroshi Shimizu, an otolaryngologist and audiologist who had been director of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Hearing and Speech Center, died Sept. 15 of myeloproliferative disorder, a blood disease, at Stella Maris Hospice in Timonium. The longtime...
  • Events Calendar

    Listings are accepted on a space-available basis. Events must be open to the public, and priority will be given to those in Howard County. Items typically appear two weeks prior to the date included in the listing if sent far enough in advance. Deadline...
  • More suffer from hearing loss than expected, study shows

    More suffer from hearing loss than expected, study shows
    One in five Americans has significant hearing loss, far more than previously thought, according to new research that has scientists warning of an impending public health threat. Researchers at the Johns Hopkins University say the growing number of...
  • New device ensures good medical care gets found in translation

    New device ensures good medical care gets found in translation
    The newest advance at Howard County General Hospital is neither a large and expensive medical device nor an improvement in surgical procedures, but rather a computer screen — and a service — that allows medical providers and patients to...