Arthur Lee Shreve Waxter, a Towson and Bolton Hill real estate developer who was a former Maryland Arts Council chairman, died of cancer Sunday at Talbot Hospice House in Easton. The former Roland Park resident was 87.
While there will no doubt be finger pointing as the public continues to learn about the state's botched rollout of the Affordable Care Act, there can also be no doubt about who was responsible for leading the effort: Lt. Governor Anthony Brown.
Anonymous artist erected a metal statue of a person in the middle of the traffic circle at 32nd Street and Guilford Avenue. Residents think it's nice and have been putting winter clothing on it, but city transportation officials say it is not approved and must come down — and that DOT will do it unless th artist or community does it first. Nov. 22 apparently is D-Day.
Participation in Sunday morning's Komen Maryland Race for the Cure dipped from last year, the second time in as many outings that the signature fundraising event for cancer research has experienced such declines.
State health regulators have suspended the licenses of several abortion clinics owned by Associates in OB/GYN Care for the second time after an employee with no health care license or certification gave a patient a drug to induce an abortion at the Baltimore facility.
. If every life begins at conception — where is that support when that baby is born? It is one thing to say every life is sacred and then stand by silently while WIC is gutted and Head Start is defunded and child care is difficult to find and in some cases out of reach for the working class. Where are all of these day-to-day supports that these children will need? Where is the prenatal care for the uninsured pregnant mother when Planned Parenthood has had to close so many of its doors.?
John R. Leopold stepped down Friday as Anne Arundel County executive, bringing an apparent end to the decades-long career of an idiosyncratic and charismatic force in Maryland politics who as recently as a year ago was considering a run for statewide office.
Werner H. Fornos, who fled post-World War II Germany as a teen and became an advocate for global population control after serving in the Maryland House of Delegates, died of diabetic complications Jan. 16 at his home in Basye, Va.
Facing a year of continued financial trouble that started with a national controversy over dropping monetary support for Planned Parenthood, Komen Maryland told its donors Friday the organization was $1 million short of reaching its fundraising goal.
Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan had not finished deconstructing their campaign apparatus after the November 6 elections, before their supporters in Harford County decided to serve up wine made out of their sour grapes upon reading my friend Wendy Sawyer's comments...