Raymond J. Piechocki, a retired architect who specialized in institutional, governmental and franchise retailing and was the founder of Piechocki Consultants, died Feb. 23 from a cerebral hemorrhage at Sarasota Memorial Hospital in Sarasota, Fla. He was 78.
Judy Western, a social worker who helped people who were adopted locate their birth families, died of a heart attack Sunday at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The Inner Harbor resident was 78.
This is a concert that is open to the public and that will mix performers with autism with performers without it. The audience also will include folks with autism who might jump up and down in front of the stage, or actually climb the stage and put their hands on a cello.
Gender identity originates from the brain. Persons who are transgender or gender non-binary do not have a choice in who they are. The narrowly determined definitions of gender proposed by this administration would undermine the progress we have made to increase tolerance and acceptance.
By Renata Sanders, Errol L. Fields and Kathryn Van Eck
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.
Dr. Paul Lipkin and his daughter, Dr. Eliza Gordon-Lipkin, both of the Kennedy Krieger Institute, worked on a study on the relationship between autism, ADHD and other mental health disorders in children.
There are many ways in which sports and sports figures can work with the general public to help bring awareness to certain causes that combine the star power of the professional athlete with the resources of hard working volunteers to reach a common goal.
Former state schools superintendent urges the Maryland Commission on Innovation and Excellence in Education to resist any attempt to weaken its recommendations by merely tweaking the system or reshuffling what exists. Now is the time for bold vision, integrity and courage.