A residential fire in Woodbine displaced a family, killed a dog and did significant damage to the house before firefighters from six companies brought it under control in a little under an hour Monday night.
Victor Lengrand, Sr., of the 3400 block of Dundalk Ave., was crossing Belclare Road inside the marked crosswalk around 2:40 p.m. Sunday when a 2007 Ford E350 van struck him, according a Baltimore County police news release.
Vernon A Turner, a career Baltimore County public school educator who enjoyed coaching an after school sports program for disadvantaged kids, died Tuesday from a heart attack at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. The Dundalk resident was 71.
Dr. Alvin A. Stampler, a retired Baltimore pediatrician who cared for generations of infants, children and adolescents during a professional career that spanned 60 years, died Sept. 27 at Gilchrist Center in Towson from complications of a fall. The longtime Lutherville resident was 9
Dr. Peter J. Fagan, a former Roman Catholic priest who became a medical psychologist and was director of Research and Clinical Outcomes for Johns Hopkins HealthCare LLC, died Saturday of multiple myeloma at his Fulton home. He was 77.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia is hosting a three-day conference in Baltimore for more than 500 government planners, bankers and nonprofit leaders to study the city and its neighborhood transformations and economic inclusion efforts.
On Monday night, Purna Acharya lay on a hospital bed inside Baltimore’s Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. He still had serious pain in his stomach, where he had been shot Thursday while on the job at a Rite Aid warehouse in Aberdeen.
Harford County law enforcement released the identities of the victims in the shooting at the Rite Aid distribution center and more information about the timeline of events that left four dead and three injured Thursday.
The suspect, Snochia Moseley, 26, who lived in White Marsh, died at a hospital where she had been taken after the shooting. She was a temporary employee at the distribution center, Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler said.
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Dr. Gary K. Gold, a retired dentist who co-invented a battery-powered tooth polisher and had a private practice in Laurel for nearly 40 years, died of a cerebral hemorrhage at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center Neuroscience Critical Care Unit on Aug. 22, his wife said. He was 80.
The Gaithersburg pharmaceutical company Emergent Biosolutions has bought the maker of Narcan, a widely used opioid overdose reversal drug, and said it plans to develop more products to combat the nationwide opioid addiction and overdose epidemic
Ronald R. Peterson helped create the Johns Hopkins Hospital and Health System we know today. The highlights of his history there would put him on a short list of the most influential figures in the history of the hospital and health system.