| May 8, 2012
| 3:26 PM
Mary S. "Molly" Jameson, who established and directed two outreach programs at St. Vincent de Paul Roman Catholic Church in Baltimore, died Sunday of breast cancer at her Lutherville home. She was 81.
The daughter of a building contractor and an...
| May 22, 2012
| 5:02 PM
A company that manufactures airplanes in Hagerstown that are used to monitor the nation's borders would receive $43 million to continue production under legislation approved by the U.S. Senate Appropriations Committee on Tuesday.
Sierra Nevada Corp., a...
| Aug 23, 2012
John E. Sparks, an artist, educator and a nationally known printmaker who developed and chaired the department of printmaking at the Maryland Institute College of Art for nearly 40 years, died Aug. 2 of prostate cancer and pneumonia at Meritus Health...
| Aug 26, 2012
| 3:34 PM
Charles E. McManus Jr., a retired Crown Cork and Seal Co. executive and longtime Towson resident, died Thursday of heart failure at St. Joseph Medical Center.
He was 98.
The son of the chairman of Crown Cork and Seal Co. and a homemaker, Charles...
| Aug 29, 2012
| 7:00 AM
Maryland's largest solar facility - for now - debuted today (Wednesday, 8/29) in Emmitsburg, with officials celebrating completion of the $50 million project at Mount St. Mary's University.
Gov. Martin O'Malley was to be on hand for the dedication of the...
| Aug 30, 2012
| 6:48 PM
Nearly 70 elderly patients and vulnerable adults must find new homes because of the planned closure of Harborside Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Baltimore, a sprawling facility with numerous fire hazards uncovered in a recent state inspection....
| Sep 10, 2012
| 1:27 PM
Adrian W. Rich, a retired Baltimore businessman and volunteer, died Aug. 29 of heart failure at Roland Park Place. The longtime Lutherville resident was 98.
Adrian Warwick Rich was born in Graham, Va., which is now Bluefield, Va. He was a 1932 graduate...
| Sep 6, 2012
| 4:04 PM
On a sunny, humid day 150 Septembers ago, the fate of a nation seemingly converged at a diminutive rural Western Maryland village called Sharpsburg.
There, 87,000 federal troops under the command of Union Gen. George Brinton McClellan met the...
| Sep 13, 2012
| 3:24 PM
— The fighting that killed or wounded 21,000 Americans in the rolling hills of Western Maryland was over in about 12 grisly hours.
But a century and a half after the bloodiest day in American military history, the struggle to preserve the ground...
| Jun 21, 2012
| 4:06 PM
The first full day of summer turned up the heat another notch Thursday, with a high temperature of 100 degrees tying a record set in 1923.
Thermometers hit triple digits at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport at 4:05 p.m....
| Jul 2, 2012
| 11:26 AM
It was so hot on Friday that the high temperature of 103 degrees at BWI Marshall Airport would have set a record on any other June day. But even though it didn't technically surpass the official high mark for Baltimore, it did break records.
| Jul 14, 2012
| 3:17 PM
When a jury ordered Johns Hopkins Hospital to pay $55 million to a Baltimore family whose newborn was brain-damaged, the case hinged on what doctors and nurses did in the two hours before birth.
But the jury never heard about the nurse midwife trying...