A 28-year-old Harford County woman accused of causing a fatal accident near Bel Air in July 2011 has pleaded guilty to a single count of manslaughter by motor vehicle, the county's state's attorney said, and will serve a prison term of five years.
The melody of the president's voice, the intensity of his movements gripped Jeremy Brickey's attention, cutting through the monotony of freshman orientation at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County.
TAMPA, Fla. -- Departing from an economic message that has so far dominated the Republican National Convention, Maryland Rep. Andy Harris used an address to state party leaders here today to focus instead on how to deal with federal budget deficits and government spending.
Rep. Roscoe G. Bartlett distanced himself from Republican House colleague Todd Akin¿s comments on rape on Tuesday, while his campaign manager called an attempt by Maryland Democrats to tie Bartlett to the controversy ¿disgusting.¿
John Powers is on his third biotech company — and this is the one that he says he's most excited about. He's a minority investor in his latest venture, Baltimore BioWorks, which is taking an unusual tack in the biotechnology sector.
When the chemical difference in the water was discovered – it made tap water cloudy even after filtration and treatment – the Baltimore City Department of Public Works, which manages Loch Raven Reservoir, took precautions at the intake to fix the problem.
The underlying medical condition that contributed to the death of writer and filmmaker Nora Ephron and is forcing ABC news anchor Robin Roberts to get a bone marrow transplant is a rare and complicated disease that scientists are still trying to figure out.
Members of the Senior Executive Service warn that the public disclosure of their personal finances could leave federal executives vulnerable to identity theft, make their children "prime kidnapping targets" and blow the covers of intelligence operatives.
Donna Holt was healthy and strong, a breast cancer survivor. But while training for the Iron Girl Columbia Triathlon in 2009, she was surprised to find she couldn't complete the practice swim. Turns out, the breast cancer she had conquered in 1998 had returned and metastasized.
Billy Stapleton will step to the edge of the Baltimore Marriott Waterfront in Baltimore Saturday and rappel down to raise funds for the National Kidney Foundation of Maryland. Alongside him will be his mother, who donated a kidney to him six years ago.
North County High School freshman Jack Andraka stood on the auditorium stage, speaking about the invention that earned him the $75,000 grand prize at the recent Intel International Science and Engineering Fair.
Ella Johnson was finished raising her children, but when her daughter died of a heart condition in the middle of the night next to her 1-year-old son, Johnson suddenly found herself mothering a grieving toddler who clung to his mother's picture.
Profectus BioSciences Inc., a Baltimore-based biotechnology company, won a $5.6 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to support the development of a vaccine for a pair of contagious and deadly viruses.
A proposal to speed the approval of new prescription drugs has patient advocates and biotechnology firms, including many that are based in Maryland, hoping that Congress can deliver a rare dose of bipartisanship this year.
The Leadership School is one of 11 in the city that has introduced salad bars as part of students' regular lunch fare. On Tuesday, the city will announce the installation of the salad bars in 10 more schools.
The April 22 fundraiser to help the family of Ashton Barrick, an Arbutus boy with a rare hip disease, raised enough money to pay some of the families bills. The family will need more assistance, though, said a family friend.
UMBC President Freeman A. Hrabowski III, whose trailblazing work in educating minority students in the sciences has catapulted the university onto the national stage, has been named one of the world's most influential people by Time magazine.
Milad Pooran was honeymooning in the South Pacific last summer as politicians in Washington were turning a deadline to raise the U.S. debt limit into another opportunity for partisan brinkmanship. He asked his wife for permission to run for Congress from Maryland's 6th District.
Redistricting, early voting and the flood of interest from a presidential election year has made March a critical month for candidates vying for positions in Congress, perhaps none as hectic as the 8th Congressional District race.
I am surprised that the Times (Feb. 15) would endorse the medical marijuana bill favored by State Del. Dan Morhaim (HB1158) and not endorse the medical marijuana bill (HB1024) favored by Dr. Joshua Sharfstein, secretary of the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
Citing an effective salary cut for new employees to help pay for the legislation, all but one of Maryland's Democrats in Congress bucked their own party to vote against an extension of a national payroll tax holiday.
Eight of Maryland¿s 10 members of Congress voted against a bi-partisan plan Friday to extend a national payroll tax holiday ¿ including two who were instrumental in crafting the deal ¿ citing concern over how the measure would affect federal employees.
New federal employees would contribute more than triple the amount paid by current government workers for their retirement under an agreement reached in Congress to extend a payroll tax break and unemployment benefits, two Maryland lawmakers who helped craft the deal said Thursday.