Student goes from special ed to spot at Poly Canton Middle program starts teen's transition
Vision comes up against reality Museum: Director Rebecca Hoffberger must soon raise $250,000 if the American Visionary Art Museum is to avoid going into debt or closing.
DeCosta acquitted on 4 of 5 charges in slaying Sentence suspended; girl to get mental care
DeCosta's conflicting statements pose dilemma when jury begins deliberations
Officer says DeCosta knew about slaying plans But teen's lawyer tries to shift blame onto Garris
PHOENIX -- Kent P. Swanson Jr., 25,...
Sheppard Pratt acquires Way Station
Immigrants always preferred own languageThere is much...
Hospital adjusts for the future Sheppard Pratt reshaping its campus, offering new services
Sheppard Pratt hires counseling centers managerSheppard Pratt...
Festival of Trees helps kick off Lower Shore's holiday season
An article in Thursday's Business section on...
GBMC, Sheppard Pratt team up Drug treatment programs merging
Schaefer advises elderly at forum about getting older Former governor shares anecdotes with audience
DeCosta conspiracy trial nears Girl accused of being accessory after killing of Sheppard Pratt counselor; Case to open Thursday; Seasoned attorneys face off in sequel to Garris murder conviction
'Amazing' Judy Collins evening helps raise money for children.
Students invited to say why they love Baltimore Contest: High school juniors, seniors eligible. Top prize is $10,000 scholarship. Deadline is Dec. 1.
Towson's partnership for growth Business leaders plan downtown renewal effort
Newest officers a diverse group Tonight's graduates reflect police recruiting efforts
Sheppard Pratt, UM center plan to merge residencies Hospitals' plan downsizes psychiatric programs
The Private Pain of a Public Woman Channel 13's Denise Koch recounts her frightening bout with panic disorder and postpartum depression.
This isn't how you play the game Youngsters: Baltimore kids say they know the difference between right and wrong. And what Jeff Maier did doesn't make him a hero.
Toasting Fitzgerald Literature: If the icon and chronicler of the Roaring Twenties were alive today, he would be 100 years old and probably celebrating at the Owl Bar.
Md. may act today on drug benefits Budget agency favors PCS Health Systems
N.Y. bidder raises funds for governor Glendening unaware of bid on Md. pact by host's firm, aide says; Found out on company jet; CEO's money refused; other firms' executives could still contribute
Md. moving to contain sprawl As suburbs grow, state aims to steer residents to older communities; Redevelopment favored; Loans to homebuyers, fixing schools, roads included in campaign
Sheppard Pratt cuts its rates about 11%
Hopkins Hospital is 'best' again Institution wins magazine's top U.S. rating 6th year in row; 'There's something to this'; No. 1 rankings gained in ophthalmology, gynecology, urology
DeCosta confession in counselor's slaying admissible, judge rules Her lawyer had argued police illegally coerced 15-year-old's statement
DeCosta asks judge to suppress confession Garris co-defendant's lawyer argues statement wasn't made voluntarily
Garris gets life in prison, no parole Balto. Co. circuit judge says he killed victim as he would 'an ant'; Toughest punishment; 16-year-old convicted in May of murdering hospital counselor
School's unusual mission Education: At St. Elizabeth in Baltimore, the goal is to make its students self-sufficient. Many must overcome combinations of disabilities.
Teen pleads guilty in wounding of girl Suicidal adolescent asked the defendant to kill her for $89
Judge has contempt for uncivil lawyers Howe of Balto. Co. Circuit to be state bar president
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Capitol Heights man arrested on drug possession charges
Friends and neighbors to gather to raise funds for cancer patient
Fatal Delusions Tragedy: Betty Keat's descent into mental illness, her refusal of treatment and her harassment of her neighbors, and her death by police bullets raise questions about how society responds to people with severe psychiatric problems.
Garris case goes to jury Teen's mother testifies as 3-day murder trial ends
Testimony in Garris trial forces victim's family to revisit tragedy Kin of Sharon Edwards gets look at defendant
Garris' writings used as evidence Prosecution highlights words alleged to plot possible 2nd killing
Slaying details open Garris trial Defense says youth's 'behavioral disorder' contributed to death
Garris confession to be used in trial Teen's statement on death of woman was voluntary, says Balto. Co. judge
Using his art to get to the heart of writer's illness-filled darkness Paradise lost: A psychotherapist probes the writings of F. Scott Fitzgerald to explain why he came apart.
Teen faces adult trial in slaying Girl, 15, is charged in stabbing of counselor
Official calls for juvenile trial in slaying case
New picture of Zelda emerges By herself: An exhibit of her artwork at Evergreen House shows that Zelda Fitzgerald was more than just the beautiful and disturbed wife of the novelist.
Police seek to drop charge against Garris
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Opposition to shelter for men lingers Advocate for poor fears 'spoon-feeding'