Until a few days ago Daniela Gaona didn't know how she would pay to fullfill her dream of pursuing her masters in mental health counseling — until Johns Hopkins stepped in with emergency aid. Gaona is a DACA student and doesn't qualify for financial aid, so must find private money on her own.
The University System of Maryland’s governing board announced Friday that it has selected former Gov. Bob Ehrlich and four others to join a commission tasked with investigating the football culture at the state’s flagship.
Carson's story of climbing out of poverty to become a world-renowned surgeon was once ubiquitous in Baltimore, where Carson made his name. But his role in the Trump administration has added a complicated epilogue.
A proposal by former Maryland athletic director Kevin Anderson in May 2017 that would have placed the school’s athletic training staff under the supervision of the university’s medical school in Baltimore was never implemented.
Dr. Moody DeW. Wharam Jr., a pioneering Johns Hopkins Hospital radiation oncologist, died Aug. 10 from amyotropic lateral sclerosis, better known as Lou Gehrig's disease, at Franklin Square Medical Center. The former longtime Timonium resident who was living in Essex was 77.
The workout from which University of Maryland offensive lineman Jordan McNair struggled to recover was the former McDonogh star’s first with the team in over a month, according to a review of the football team’s participation logs obtained by The Baltimore Sun.
Charles H. Houston Jr., a retired Morgan State University lecturer of American history who kept the legacy of his father's contribution to the civil rights movement alive, died July 15 from Parkinson's disease at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The Pigtown resident was 74.
The Harford County Education Foundation will host a Welcome Reception for the county’s new superintendent of public schools Dr. Sean Bulson on Wednesday, Aug. 8, at Rockfield Manor in Bel Air from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Dr. William B. Allen, a retired Michigan State professor and dean who lives in Havre de Grace lead a group of 45 teachers on a week-long tour of key sites in the civil rights movement in Atlanta, Alabama, Memphis and Little Rock, Ark.
Bob Bowman, the former head of the North Baltimore Aquatic Club and longtime coach of Michael Phelps, said on Monday that he regrets his "exercise of poor judgment" in 2011. He was responding to a swimmer's claim that he sent her inappropriate messages in 2011.
Harford Community College, the county government and area businesses are partnering on a feasibility study to develop an applied technology center on the Route 40 corridor in the southern part of the county.
To begin to rectify its long history of bad decisions, Hopkins should work to cut ties to the Homeland Security and Defense departments and immediately terminate all contracts with ICE — and donate the money received from such contracts to Baltimore’s immigration legal defense fund.
On Monday, Gov. Larry Hogan announced several initiatives aimed at both relieving student debt and making getting a college education more affordable. The expansion of the SmartBuy housing program caught our attention.
Johns Hopkins University has been handing out Spruce Up grants for the past five years to communities surrounding its Homewood campus in an effort to improve quality of life for those on and off campus.