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National Institutes of Health

The National Institutes of Health are a set of federally funded research facilities in Bethesday, Maryland. The institutes comprise the core of one of the nation's most prosperous research clusters, contributing significantly to Maryland's outsized position as a home of federal employees and contractors.
The National Institutes of Health are a set of federally funded research facilities in Bethesday, Maryland. The institutes comprise the core of one of the nation's most prosperous research clusters, contributing significantly to Maryland's outsized position as a home of federal employees and contractors. « Show less

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  • Pfefferkorn-de Messieres wed

    Candace M. Pfefferkorn and Michel E. de Messieres Joan and Louis Pfefferkorn Jr., of West Friendship, announce the marriage of their daughter, Candace Marie Pfefferkorn, to Michel Escande de Messières, son of Susan and the late Olivier de Messières, of...
  • Federal spending in Maryland declines

    Federal spending in Maryland dropped by nearly $1.4 billion last year — a setback for a state economy built largely on Washington dollars and a likely omen, analysts say, of further austerity to come. The pullback, which was revealed in census...
  • Turn life sciences research into jobs

    Turn life sciences research into jobs
    The Dow takes another tumble, there is one more lackluster report on unemployment, and attention in Maryland turns once again to how to improve the local economy. There have been well-intentioned efforts to stimulate the economy, but there is also an...
  • Outsider Bartlett faces political challenge of career

    Outsider Bartlett faces political challenge of career
    When Roscoe Bartlett was thrust suddenly into front runner status in a topsy-turvy race for Congress in 1992, Republican leaders in Maryland arranged a meeting so he could get to know them. Maybe it was his ill-fitting suit, or his folksy demeanor, but...
  • Catonsville and Arbutus restaurants team up to aid former Wilkens Station police officer

    Jim Andrews doesn't need to go far to see the local competition for the Ships Café restaurant he and his wife, Sharon, opened at 828 Frederick Road in February of 2002. Across the street is Catonsville Gourmet, with Regions and Chef Paolino's not too far...
  • Moms who planned C-sections report high satisfaction, study says

    Moms who planned C-sections report high satisfaction, study says
    Dawn Cofiell was adamantly opposed to delivering her son Donovan by cesarean section three years ago, but a complication made it unavoidable. The experience was so smooth, pain-free and convenient that she surprised her doctor with requests to plan the...
  • Transportation

    Howard County’s location between Washington and Baltimore offers a reasonable commute for residents working in those two cities and for others commuting here for jobs.   Commuter Solutions offers up-to-date transportation information such as bus...
  • Charles G. 'Chris' Baker Jr., salesman, dies

    Charles G. 'Chris' Baker Jr., salesman, dies
    Charles G. "Chris" Baker Jr., a salesman who earlier had worked for a drug testing company, died June 2 of lung cancer at Gilchrist Hospice Care. The Overlea resident was 60. Mr. Baker was born in Baltimore, raised in Ednor Gardens near the old Memorial...
  • New sleep wellness center at Laurel Regional offers expanded services to the sleep deprived

    New sleep wellness center at Laurel Regional offers expanded services to the sleep deprived
    Beginning in 1995, 46-year-old Anita Sills of Laurel developed sleeping problems that worsened to the point that she would wake up in the middle of the night every two or three hours. "I thought I was having nightmares because my heart would be beating...
  • Maryland's biotech pitch: We know the Feds

    Maryland's biotech pitch: We know the Feds
    In a conference room in downtown Baltimore, F. Blix Winston compared the Food and Drug Administration to a "slow-moving bulldog." "You don't want to get bitten," Winston, an expert on the federal regulation of medical devices, told a crowd of about 50...
  • Where medical masterpieces are made

    Where medical masterpieces are made
    As an oil painter in college, Elizabeth Cook expected to pursue the life of the typical aspiring American artist: get an advanced degree, move to a big city, embark on a future of creative struggle. Then she attended an exclusive arts workshop in New...
  • New American Heart Association president driven by family history

    New American Heart Association president driven by family history
    It was 1985, and Gordon Tomaselli had graduated from the Albert Einstein College of Medicine and completed his residency at the University of California at San Francisco. He was at a Boston hospital, interviewing for a possible fellowship, when he got the...
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  • Red light ticket spike fallout at City Hall

    Red light ticket spike fallout at City Hall
    A group of aldermen said Monday they will ask City Hall's top watchdog to investigate Chicago's beleaguered red light camera program following a Tribune investigation that revealed a series of suspicious ticket spikes around the city that tagged thousands of drivers with $100 fines.
  • Ald. Cardenas under FBI investigation, ex-employee says in lawsuit

    Ald. Cardenas under FBI investigation, ex-employee says in lawsuit
    A former employee of Ald. George Cardenas, 12th, alleged in a lawsuit Thursday that the politician is under federal investigation and that Cardenas fired her a day after she spoke with FBI agents about his office. Cardenas, an alderman since 2003 who...

    Chicago aldermen vote to ban plastic bags

    Chicago aldermen vote to ban plastic bags
    The Chicago City Council today voted 36-10 to ban plastic bags in most stores next year, a change that backers say will improve the city's environment but opponents contend will harm the local economy. The  ban, proposed by Ald. Proco “Joe”...

    Aldermen revisiting plastic bag ban

    Aldermen revisiting plastic bag ban
    Seven years after a plastic bag ban was first proposed for Chicago stores, aldermen said Tuesday it's time to end the debate. “Our environment has waited too long” for a ban on the bags that litter streets, clog sewer drains and end up in...

    Chicago headed toward partial plastic bag ban

    Chicago headed toward partial plastic bag ban
    Many Chicago shoppers would have to change the way they tote groceries, clothing and other items from store to home under a plan to ban the plastic bags that have become a ubiquitous feature of modern life. The idea is to dramatically lower the number...