My wife of 55 years, Mallie, recently passed away in our home in South Florida after a hard-fought, three year battle with stage-four lung cancer. Excruciating as it was to serve as her caregiver, the ordeal brought into focus a neglected side of the current debates over immigration policy as well as the debate suggesting the decline of race relations. For I was sustained during the long days and nights of Mallie's illness by the loving care from female immigrants from Haiti who fled the
Dr. William A. Edelstein, a pioneer in the field of magnetic resonance imaging and the primary inventor of the "spin wrap" imaging technique, died Feb. 10 of lung cancer at his Original Northwood home. He was 69.
By By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun
Not only should the proposed incinerator in Curtis Bay not be built so close to Benjamin Franklin High School, it should not be built at all. Calling it a trash-burning "power plant" doesn't make it safe or change the fact that it incinerates dangerous industrial waste.