Body of Art Health: Tour of museum seeks the truth about feminine beauty and eating disorders.
Ad club accolades to O's owner Angelos
Psychiatry suffers under managed care Patients, not costs, must come first, and stigma must end
Woman sues Pratt hospital in overdose case
Prosecutor marks 21st year in office Aggressive O'Connor pushes death penalty in Baltimore County
13 homicides from '95 remain unsolved in Baltimore County 78% 'clearance rate' logged; police say they've done 'exceptionally well'
The Other Barkleys Paws celebre: The outpouring of concern for one mistreated dog doesn't transfer to the thousands of abandoned animals just like him.
'96 resolutions revolve around health, fitness Spirit willing? A survey indicates that more than half of those who resolve to change won't.
Family of slain counselor files suit $10 million sought from Sheppard Pratt hospital over stabbing
1995 rise in violent crime among teens noted 1st-degree murder charge against youth seen as part of Baltimore County trend
The costly revolution in mental health care Cutoff: Insurance spending limits affected the psychiatric treatment of Benjamin Scott Garris and Jane DeCosta before the teen-agers became suspects in a slaying.
Violent images of movie drove a troubled teen Swift change: In a few years, Ben Garris slipped from promising child **actor to suicidal rebel charged with a cold-blooded murder.
Suburbs warned blight is spreading Urban expert advises moving poor blacks into Md. counties
Controversial author to address Baltimore Co. business leaders Rusk's ideas on housing, government to be heard
A haven becomes a place of horror Foster-home lodger, charged in slaying, had troubled history
Girl provided knife, Garris allegedly said Transcript details slaying, flight to Va.
Hospital slaying called diversion Teen reportedly told police crime let him escape with girlfriend
Teen charged as accessory in slaying of counselor Girl, 15, accompanied suspect to Virginia
Art sale gives Choral Arts a boost
Stamp to capture spirit of 'Gatsby' Fitzgerald commemorative: One of Baltimore's most celebrated former residents to be featured on 23-cent stamp.
Girl who fled with Garris is found in Va. motel room Father tells of his joy, sobering realization
Va. police find teen who fled with Garris 15-year-old girl reunited with family, returns to Maryland
Garris returned to Baltimore Co. Teen slaying suspect is held without bail
Police press search for Garris friend Father joins Va. hunt for girl companion of teen suspect in killing; Her friends urged to help; Extradition hearing is today for youth held in counselor's death
Arrest ends run, eases tensions Hearing for Garris, suspect in slaying, is tomorrow in Va.
Danny Hoch performs in Washington 'Some People': Actor's multi-character one-man show was at Theatre Project a year ago.
Teen-ager sought in killing is seized Hunted in stabbing of counselor, Garris nabbed at Va. store
Fugitive evokes image of rebellion Youth, 16, sought in slaying of hospital counselor
'Children's Sabbath' focuses on praying for poor youths' lives
Relief At Last Intro: For Bobby Ojeda, life nearly ended on a Florida lake in 1993. It began again at Sheppard Pratt. Today, he plans a reunion.
False alarms plentiful in search for teen-age fugitive Pratt counselor is buried as police exhaust leads
Roll into celebration at spiffed-up Penn Station
Accused youth's father urges surrender Teen-ager charged in slaying at Towson hospital
Sheppard Pratt to review policies in wake of slaying Police continue search for patient, 16, charged in counselor's death
Teen sought in counselor's death Youth, 16, charged with murder in killing at Sheppard Pratt
Slain woman's family asks why she was working alone at halfway house It was her first night shift at Sheppard Pratt cottage
Counselor killed at Sheppard Pratt Woman was on duty overnight at cottage; missing youth sought
If blues bring romance, blame it on Full Moon
A farewell to jobs Closing down: After 65 years at Locust Point, Procter & Gamble is moving plant's operations elsewhere in the country.
Sampling the next two month's benefits
Klein makes another stand for stand-up comedy
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