The Harford County Health Department announces it is collaborating once again this year with international rabies experts and a business in Forest Hill to offer a low cost rabies vaccination clinic for Harford County pet owners on Sept. 24 in commemoration of World Rabies Day.
The Harford County Department of Community Services Office of Drug Control Policy and Faith Activated Community Empowering Intervention Training (FACE-IT for short) are joint organizers of the 10th annual Faith Based and Community Resource Fair set Sept. 13 from noon to 5 p.m. at the Richlin Ballroom, 1700 Van Bibber Road in Edgewood.
With the addition of Ricky Williams, the Ravens are getting one of the most interesting men in the NFL -- a former first-round pick who famously posed for the cover of ESPN The Magazine in a wedding dress, took a one-year sabbatical from the NFL to study holistic medicine, tested positive for marijuana multiple times, played in the Canadian Football League and was the subject of a documentary called "Run Ricky Run."
Leonard Pitts says a resolution by the nation's oldest — and most institutionally conservative — civil rights organization recognizing the failure of treating addiction as a law enforcement issue should lead others to call for an end to the drug war.
Raymond "Money" Moore, a 20-year-old Baltimore man, was sentenced to 10 years in federal prison Thursday for dealing crack and powder cocaine in Northeast Baltimore's 4X4 neighborhood, the Maryland U.S. Attorney's Office announced.
Its 12 master's students now make use of Photoshop and Flash animation, but as it turns 100 years, the Department of Art As Applied to Medicine at Johns Hopkins still teaches "educating through pictures"
A Catonsville man who is serving an eight year sentence for violating his probation did not return from his work release assignment in Towson Wednesday, according to state department of public safety and correctional services officials.