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  • Father Joseph Kennedy, Jesuit priest

    Father Joseph Kennedy, Jesuit priest
    The Rev. Joseph M. Kennedy, a Jesuit priest who taught in India for 30 years, died of heart failure Feb. 12 at the St. Claude la Colombiere Community, his order's Roland Park retirement home. He was 88. Born in Baltimore and raised in Chevy Chase, he was...
  • Fake debt collectors a 'major problem,' regulator says

    It's bad enough being hounded by collection agencies for debt that's yours. Imagine getting calls from fake debt collectors in India who threaten to have you arrested for not repaying payday loans you don't owe. That's what the Federal Trade Commission...
  • Laurel High sophomore heads to Disney's Dreamers Academy

    It's not every day the leaders at Disney's Dreamers Academy choose a Laurel High student to attend their sought-after program. In fact, India Said is the first. The 16-year-old sophomore will spend March 8-11 inside Florida's Walt Disney World resort,...
  • Baltimore-area exports boom, led by chemicals, computers

    Baltimore-area exports boom, led by chemicals, computers
    The Baltimore region showed nearly double-digit growth in export goods and services in 2010, with room to grow, according to a study released Thursday by the Brookings Institution, a Washington-based public policy organization. The report, titled "Export...
  • Exports fuel Baltimore's, nation's economic growth

    Exports fuel Baltimore's, nation's economic growth
    Today marks the second anniversary of President Barack Obama's National Export Initiative (NEI), an ambitious effort to double U.S. exports by the end of 2014 and support millions of American jobs. In 2011, U.S. goods and services exports reached a record...
  • Bonus Brady: Did Brady Anderson really refuse an appendectomy?

    Bonus Brady: Did Brady Anderson really refuse an appendectomy?
         It’s not just an urban Orioles legend. In the middle of his 50-homer season in 1996, Brady Anderson doubled over with terrible abdominal  pain and had to be taken to a hospital in Boston for tests.      The diagnosis was appendicitis and he...
  • Father-and-son team heading for Central America to help the poor

    Father-and-son team heading for Central America to help the poor
    Owings Mills ophthalmologist Marc Honig and his son, Evan, could have simply donated some money to help the disadvantaged in Honduras. They could have collected some old eyeglasses, or solicited their colleagues and fellow students for help, or tried to...
  • For the poor, the lack of health insurance can be deadly

    As a practicing endocrinologist, I write with heavy heart regarding your article on medical insurance ("Maryland braces for Supreme Court decision on health care reform law," June 19). Through the years of recession, several patients of mine lost their...
  • Baltimore International College to merge with Stratford University

    Baltimore International College to merge with Stratford University
    The board of trustees of Baltimore International College has signed a letter of intent to merge with Virginia-based Stratford University, a move the board chairman hopes will end an accreditation crisis that threatened to close the downtown culinary...
  • Dr. Ross J. Brechner, ophthalmologist and state epidemiologist, dies at 71

    Dr. Ross J. Brechner, ophthalmologist and state epidemiologist, dies at 71
    Dr. Ross Joseph Brechner, a mathematician turned ophthalmologist who abandoned private practice for a second career in public health, died Aug. 4 of heart disease at his Catonsville home. He was 71. "Ross was a fine ophthalmologist who changed careers...
  • Free trade is destroying the American economy

    Your recent article ("Democrats press Obama on jobs tour" Aug 15) lists the people on President Obama's economic team who have come and gone: Larry Summers, Christina Romer, Paul Volker, Peter Orszag, Jared Bernstein and Austan Goolsbee. Only Ben Bernanke...
  • Drop the 'two-war' plan

    Drop the 'two-war' plan
    As defense strategists at the Pentagon carry out their review of how to make roughly $400 billion in cuts over 10 years, and Congress considers the possibility of reductions twice as large as required by the supercommittee's failure to reach agreement,...