While a steady rain fell on the 33rd annual Havre de Grace Seafood Festival during the day Friday, Festival visitors heading to the evening concert with headliners The Oak Ridge Boys were treated to a stunning sunset casting the few remaining clouds in orange.
Dr. Ruth H. Singer, a retired physician who was a state health administrator and later worked in AIDS and HIV treatment at Chase Brexton Health Services, died of pancreatic cancer May 27 at her North Baltimore home. She was 69.
The General Assembly is poised to pass legislation that would make Maryland the 19th state to legalize marijuana use for medical reasons — though how quickly the state's cancer patients and others might benefit remains in question.
Baltimore will enter its third consecutive day below freezing Thursday, prompting health officials to warn vulnerable residents of deadly conditions and meanwhile threatening to make for treacherous travel with light snow expected to fall early Thursday morning and Friday afternoon.
As Laura Glaudemans begins another chapter in her fight with metachromatic leukodystrophy, a rare debilitating disease that affects the brain and central nervous system, her parents are using a milestone in her treatment as an opportunity to celebrate the outpouring of goodwill from friends, family, neighbors, and doctors since her diagnosis.
When Heather Gildea was asked to be the Ambassador for Walk MS in Towson, she was eager to tackle the roll and share what makes Walk MS so important to her. Because Heather herself has multiple sclerosis (MS), her commitment to finding a cure is a deeply personal cause