Baltimore County physician’s assistant pleads guilty to opioid distribution conspiracy, admits sexual contact with clients
William Soyke, a Baltimore County physician’s assistant, pleaded guilty to conspiracy to distribute several prescription drugs as he admitted he helped prescribe several opioids, including fentanyl, not for legitimate medical purposes and engaged in sexual contact with some of his female clients.
Earlene Reed Harvey, a Baltimore jazz vocalist who performed with Natalie Cole, James Brown and others, dies
Earlene Reed Harvey, a noted Baltimore jazz vocalist, died June 27 of congestive heart failure at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. The Overlea resident was 77.
South Carroll: Community churches hosting Vacation Bible School programs; Baldwin’s Station presents Seamus Kennedy
From July 22 through July 26, Oakland United Methodist Church will be hosting its annual Vacation Bible School.
The sun shone brightly Sunday morning at St. Matthew Lutheran Church in Bel Air, sunshine being a critical component of the church’s new power generator, a 648-panel solar array on its campus.
After a medical emergency overseas, Ellicott City business owners receive financial support via GoFundMe
Ellicott City business owners Hatsumi and Derek Smith found themselves stuck near Tokyo, Japan, after a life-threatening medical emergency. Howard County residents, including former county executive Allan Kittleman, are working to help them with their finances.
The prison population in Maryland continues to decline as state officials consider recommendations to make it easier for elderly inmates to be granted parole.