Catalent, a New Jersey-based contract manufacturer, is expanding its production lines in preparation for FDA approvals of a lot of super high-tech gene therapies that can treat and even cure deadly diseases.
Baltimore County will hold a public hearing on its controversial redistricting plan online at 6 p.m. Tuesday as several Baltimore County Council members say they haven’t made up their minds about a plan that several civil rights groups say violates federal voting laws.
A majority of Marylanders supports legalizing marijuana, but that support has slipped slightly, according to a new poll from Goucher College.
Baltimore County Councilwoman Cathy Bevins says she made a mistake when she purchased a home in the Fifth District after she was told, erroneously, by the council’s legislative attorney that doing so would not violate the county charter.
Resignations at the Baltimore prosecutor's office have left assistant state's attorneys with crushing caseloads. The number of people who prosecute city crimes has declined 24% over the last three years.
Beverley Francis-Gibson, the president and CEO of the Hanover-based Sickle Cell Disease Association of America, hopes the program leads to better treatment options for those with sickle cell.
Maryland will have 180,000 COVID-19 vaccine doses ready for 5- to 11-year-olds once the shot gets federal clearance for that age group, according to state officials who say that supply will be enough — for now.
Prominent attorney Stephen Snyder is denouncing federal prosecutors’ comparison of him to disgraced attorney Michael Avenatti, saying the accusations are false and the criminal case against the brash attorneys are nothing alike.
- As misleading information about coronavirus vaccines spun across social media, some Facebook employees thought they had found a way to help. The tech giant was slow to take action.
24/7 Tempo reviewed the menus of more than a dozen chain restaurants to compile a list of milkshakes that exceeded 700 calories. Calorie counts were taken either from the nutritional information provided by the chain on its website or from Nutrition Charts, a food nutrition data site. (Colman Andrews and Hristina Byrnes, 24/7 Wall St.)
The Blue Ribbon Ethics and Accountability Commission announced Tuesday was appointed by County Executive Johnny Olszewski Jr. to be a nonpartisan, independent group meant to review the county’s current laws and policies regarding government ethics and the Office of the Inspector General.
It is time for city officials to accept that Baltimore’s central business district (CBD) no longer is the bustling, undisputed hub of commerce in the city. The best hope for its future lies in becoming a more livable mix of high quality residential and commercial uses.
The AFC is a muddled mess at the top, thanks to the stunning decline of the Chiefs and the emergence of some exciting, yet unproven contenders.
There was much discussion about whether there was a shift in power brewing in the division before the season started, but the Bengals made it official Sunday, Mike Preston writes.
Elroy Christopher Sr., a beloved member of the East Baltimore community and a skilled electronics worker, died Oct. 10. He was 67.
Familiar troubles resurfaced for the Ravens in a blowout loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, but they can't dwell on dismal defeat any more than they did on proud victory.
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- Casual walk-up food concept modeled after retro roadside stands opens at The Mall in Columbia.