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  • 'The Walking Dead' recap, episode 304: 'Killer Within'

    'The Walking Dead' recap, episode 304: 'Killer Within'
    Well, if you didn't have thick, hot tears streaming down your swollen cheeks by the end of Sunday night's episode of The Walking Dead, check your pulse, because you might be a heartless zombie yourself! Or you might just be too tough and cool to cry, like...
  • Baltimore wants your mobile app to help fight heart disease

    Baltimore wants your mobile app to help fight heart disease
    Baltimore city is looking for someone to develop a mobile app that helps people reduce their risk of heart disease. The city is one of four chosen by theĀ  theU.S. Department of Health and Human Servicesto take part in a contest dubbed The Million...
  • 'Parks and Recreation' recap, A proposition and a mild heart attack

    'Parks and Recreation' recap, A proposition and a mild heart attack
    So something happened and then something else happened but we don't care about all that because BEN PROPOSED TO LESLIE AND SHE SAID YES. Ok, fine. In the rest of the show, Ben's campaign for the Congressman has been so successful that they wrap up early....
  • Belmont runner-up Paynter takes first at Haskell Invitational

    Belmont runner-up Paynter takes first at Haskell Invitational
    Even-money favorite Paynter, who took second in last month’s Belmont Stakes, ran away down the stretch to win Sunday’s $1 million Haskell Invitational at Monmouth Park in Oceanport, N.J. The victory, in 1 minute, 48.87 seconds, is the third...
  • Commentary: Former Laurel businessman Bill Schmidt Sr. takes it one day at a time

    For Bill Schmidt Sr., the recipe for life consists of its simple pleasures. They begin with his nine kids, 19 grandchildren, 12 greats. Then comes his health. Schmidt, who lived in Laurel for decades and ran a flooring business on Main Street, endured...
  • Dr. Robert E. Mason, cardiologist

    Dr. Robert E. Mason, cardiologist
    Dr. Robert E. "Bob" Mason, a Baltimore internist and cardiologist who developed the standard stress test that has saved countless lives worldwide, died Wednesday of pneumonia at the Brightwood retirement community in Lutherville. He was 95. "He was...
  • Dr. Zlatko Tesanovic, Hopkins physics professor

    Dr. Zlatko Tesanovic, Hopkins physics professor
    Dr. Zlatko Tesanovic, a Johns Hopkins University physics professor who advised his visiting academic colleagues where they should eat in Baltimore, died of an apparent heart attack July 26 at the George Washington University Hospital in Washington, D.C.,...
  • Princeton Day Academy loads up on Baltimore basketball players

    Princeton Day Academy loads up on Baltimore basketball players
    Van Whitfield was born in Baltimore, raised in Baltimore and “sent to die” in Baltimore. Last year Whitfield, a best-selling author and the boys basketball coach at Princeton Day Academy in Beltsville, suffered a heart attack, contracted...
  • Barnstorming artist takes murals to every Md. county

    Barnstorming artist takes murals to every Md. county
    Drive west on Mile Lane in Allegany County, then crest the ridge in the road, and all of a sudden, the big barn on Leaning Pine Farm bursts out of the surrounding countryside like a display of fireworks. Eight-sided stars wheel exuberantly against the...
  • FDA approves new drug for erectile dysfunction

    Men now have a new option to treat erectile dysfunction. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration has approved the new drug Stendra to treat the illness that causes problems in the sex lives of 30 million men. It is the first erectile dysfunction drug in a...
  • Police officer rescued by UMBC students released from hospital

    The Baltimore County police officer who had a heart attack while jogging on the campus of the University of Maryland, Baltimore County, on April 24 was released from St. Agnes Hospital Monday. Capt. John Spiroff, commander of the Wilkens Station, which...
  • Monsignor Damien Nalepa, W. Baltimore pastor

    Monsignor Damien Nalepa, W. Baltimore pastor
    Monsignor Damien George Nalepa, the pastor of a West Baltimore Roman Catholic parish who led campaigns to take guns out of his neighborhood, died of an apparent heart attack Saturday. He was 70. Sean Caine, a spokesman for the Archdiocese of Baltimore,...