Seventh-graders at Arbutus Middle School had the opportunity to experience anatomy hands on in science class on March 19 and 20, as part of an outreach program offered by the National Aquarium of Baltimore City.
Members of the Darlington/Dublin Community Council eagerly shared their concerns Wednesday about traffic issues in their community with the commander of Maryland State Police troopers assigned to Harford County.
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William C. Stanley, a cardiovascular physiologist who made connections around the world for his research and loved outdoor exercise, died Oct. 21 in Australia of a sudden coronary artery blockage. He was 56.
Founded on $1.2 million in state funding provided under the gun-control legislation that took effect this month, new Maryland center aims to target psychosis in a fresh way: By identifying it in the earliest stages and providing support before symptoms can spiral out of control.
Calvert Cliffs nuclear power plant in southern Maryland restarted one of its two reactors Thursday after fixing the mechanical problem that caused its shutdown two days earlier, a Constellation spokesman said. The two-day outage was the second for Unit 2 in two weeks.
A large section of brick fell seven stories from the face of a National Institutes of Health building on the campus of Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center on Tuesday, and officials at the federal agency are still trying to find out why.
The Federal Transit Administration has given its blessing to the environmental impact assessment for Baltimore's proposed Red Line, clearing the way for final design but adding new urgency to finding the means to pay for the $2.5 billion light rail project.
As the clock ticked down Sunday, the morning clouds disappeared, as if they were in on the months-long planning that went into the destruction of Baltimore Gas & Electric's final natural gas holding silo.
The 258-foot Melvale Gas Holder has stood above northern Baltimore for nearly eight decades. On Sunday morning, it should take only about seven seconds for the storage tank to be brought to the ground.
Baltimore will enter its third consecutive day below freezing Thursday, prompting health officials to warn vulnerable residents of deadly conditions and meanwhile threatening to make for treacherous travel with light snow expected to fall early Thursday morning and Friday afternoon.
Dr. John M. Dennis, former dean of the University of Maryland School of Medicine whose career at the institution spanned nearly half a century, died Thursday from respiratory failure at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. He was 89.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
County Executive Ken Ulman's support for Merriweather Post Pavilion's proposed legislation HoCo 9-13 contradicts his "make good government even better" commitment and all his core priorities, which include public safety and education; finding efficiencies within government; exercising sound fiscal management; protecting our environment; and creating a healthier and more vibrant community:
Bel Air's Board of Town Commissioners voted Monday to keep the same leadership for the another year, but the biggest news coming out of the town meeting is the retirement of two longtime town employees, Town Administrator Joyce Oliver and Jimmy Kennard of the public works department.
Maryland hospitals will be encouraged to have a written breast-feeding policy and promote the creation of breast-feeding support groups under new recommendations announced by state health officials Tuesday to encourage more moms to feed their babies human milk.
By By Andrea K. Walker and Scott Dance and The Baltimore Sun
Driven by concern for football players' concussions, Naval Academy researchers have developed a relatively simple model for understanding how brain injuries occur in helmet-to-helmet hits. With further refinement, it might help design more protective headgear, one says.
But Matt Birk does recall one sequence near the Chiefs' goal line that will serve as a reminder this week of the challenge that the Ravens confront Sunday when they return to Arrowhead to face a struggling Kansas City team.