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Haiti

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  • Spike Gjerde and Bryan Voltaggio lend support to Haiti benefit

    Spike Gjerde of Woodberry Kitchen and Bryan Voltaggio of Volt are lending their support to a benefit for Up From Under, a project for building homes in Hait The Up From Under benefit dinner and silent acution, which is being held at Washington, D.C.'s...
  • Benefit for Haiti with Spike Gjerde and Bryan Voltaggio

    Benefit for Haiti with Spike Gjerde and Bryan Voltaggio
    Spike Gjerde of Woodberry Kitchen and Bryan Voltaggio of Volt are lending their support to a Wednesday night benefit for Up From Under, a project for building homes in Haiti. The Up From Under benefit dinner and silent action, which is being held at...
  • UM research paints more complicated picture of Haiti cholera outbreak

    UM research paints more complicated picture of Haiti cholera outbreak
    Cholera broke out in Haiti two years ago, and more than 7,000 people have died. Some researchers traced the outbreak's origin to United Nations peacekeepers sent from Nepal after the devastating earthquake in 2010. The theory that Nepalese soldiers...
  • Glen Mar church group brings hope to Haiti

    Glen Mar church group brings hope to Haiti
    The unpaved street winds up a steep, rocky hill to a "shell of a hospital." It's a concrete structure without any patients, said Shirley Matlock, a member of Glen Mar Methodist Church, in Ellicott City. Construction supplies, tile and paint occupy most of...
  • Least of These Ministries collects for Haitian children

    The Least of These Ministries, based in Westminster, is hosting a school supply drive for children in the Dominican Republic and Haiti The ministries is collecting spiral notebooks, pens and pencils for Haitian children living in work camps. The school...
  • Students walk to raise money to help schools in Catonsville and Haiti

    Students walk to raise money to help schools in Catonsville and Haiti
    With the sun shining, the music blaring and the students smiling, St. Agnes School hosted its third annual fundraising walk on the school's St. Agnes Lane campus Friday afternoon. "This is a big event," said first-year program chairwoman Alison Hewitt,...
  • Earthquakes common in Caribbean

     
    This evening's devastating 7.0 earthquake in Haiti has been followed by a series of large aftershocks measuring more than 5.0 on the Richter scale. It was also preceded by smaller quakes (2.9 to 3.4) in Puerto Rico, across the Mona......
  • Haiti suffered in 1842 quake, too

     
    Situated as it is on the edge of an active joint in the Earth's crustal plates, Haiti is no stranger to earthquakes. Baltimore Sun librarian Paul McCardell has pulled some clips from the Sun's archives of stories we published in......
  • Va. well reacts to Haiti quake; aftershocks continue

     
    The US. Geological Survey continues to monitor seismic events in Haiti in the wake of last evening's terrible 7.0 quake just outside the capital of Port-au-Prince. At last check, the country had sustained at least 34 aftershocks of magnitude 4.5 to......
  • Thousands find relief in fairway tent camp

    Thousands find relief in fairway tent camp
    Jean-Michel Frederick lives at the Petionville Club, near the golf course's ninth tee, with a grand view of the valley and the harbor. That would have meant prestige a few weeks ago. Today it means sleeping with his family on the side of a hill inside...
  • Earthquake leaves 3 million in need in Haiti

    Earthquake leaves 3 million in need in Haiti
  • Hospital ship greeted by Haiti's stark reality

    Hospital ship greeted by Haiti's stark reality
    The faces of the Haitian disaster arrived Wednesday aboard the Navy hospital ship Comfort as a procession of earthquake victims, looking lost and scared, staggered off helicopters or strained to look up from their stretchers while corpsmen carried them...