Hopkins doctor studied rare disorder ALD
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Mother, 26, pleads guilty to abuse of 2-year-old boy
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Elkridge association scheduled to meet Thursday
St. John's church plans fund-raiser to help youth undergoing therapy
Dose of hope for children with Down syndrome Medicine: Kennedy Krieger Institute will launch a clinical trial to test the usefulness of a "smart drug."
A key advance in research Orioles' $100,000 gift to Kennedy Krieger aids ALD research
Kennedy Krieger wins blue ribbon Patapsco, Middlesex schools also honored
MSPAP alters test as health precaution Science experiment deleted over concern about latex allergy
Testing for lead will be required New law applies to children entering day care centers
ALOMAR TO DONATE SUSPENSION PAY; CHARITY YET TO BE DECIDED WILL GET 5 GAMES' SALARY
Gun left by police may tie to killing Police let boyfriend accused in abuse case keep .357 Magnum
Book reintroduces local benefactors Memorial: The Aaron and Lillie Straus Foundation, in its 70th year, is reacquainting those who benefit from its funds with the couple who made it all possible.
Catching up with Zanvyl Krieger WHERE CHARITY BEGINS; Benefactor: The Baltimore native does as he pleases with his millions. Giving it away pleases him enormously.
THE UMPIRE'S SONS How do you survive the death of a child? How do you go on knowing another child shares the same genetic disease? When you've traveled umpire John Hirschbeck's journey, being spit upon is just a footnote.
Stars turn out to dine and play for Baltimore Tennis Patrons
Hopkins' purchase of Eastern is cleared City board approves $2.6 million deal to redevelop school site
Tests show nine cases of lead exposure Level in students, staff called minor by officials
3 doctor groups plan to expand Deals may enhance networks' appeal among some insurers; Scrambling for advantage; Physicians seek to control care, affect business side
Zanvyl Krieger, 90-year-old Baltimore businessman and lawyer,...
Institutions prepare for managed care Providers who give specialized aid in Medicaid scramble
Making a grand entrance Design: Designers advise not to skimp when it comes to decorating the door for the holidays.
Plenty of ideas to reinvent schools 'Letters of intent' for Baltimore initiative include flying lessons
U.S. OKs plan to put poor into HMOs Managed care part of overhaul of Medicaid; 'Major hurdle behind us'; Legislature must vote on emergency rules
Poisoned in childhood Campaign: A Baltimore father's crusade to end lead poisoning in children began after a son,now 34, was severely retarded three decades ago because of the effects of lead paint.
Angry umpires pledge to strike Only court injunction would keep spit spat from marring playoffs; AL DIVISION SERIES
Institute will accept player's $50,000 donation Kennedy Krieger first gets umpire's approval
Alomar's apology to Hirschbeck
Pratt says she'll give up city houses Comptroller cites controversy over her rental properties; Questions 'distract me'; Vow comes after child in one unit diagnosed with lead poisoning
Sign-ups under lead-paint law lag Joan Pratt case shows flaws in enforcement
Lead found in Pratt house Comptroller, partners failed to register, fix property, records show
Praise for Family Medical Leave Act Mikulski introduces Marylander whose job was protected by it; DEMOCRATIC CONVENTION; CAMPAIGN 1996
Saying they're trying to keep the money...
Last call at Lost and Found Inventory: As school ends, an array of items left behind during the year is spread before students for one last chance at claiming them.
Baby contracts botulism from inhaling topsoil dust Disorder could be fatal if untreated, doctors warn