Judy Western, a social worker who helped people who were adopted locate their birth families, died of a heart attack Sunday at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The Inner Harbor resident was 78.
The first-ever organ delivered by drone was transplanted into a patient with kidney failure at the University of Maryland Medical Center, capping more than three years of work to show unmanned aircraft can be safely transport life-saving organs and tissue.
Robert A. Chrencik resigned Friday as president and CEO of the University of Maryland Medical System amid the controversy surrounding accusations that UMMS had engaged in self-dealing and no-bid contracting.
The job training nonprofit tied to Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh that federal investigators raided Thursday has been run by an executive director who was convicted of stealing more than $850,000 years ago.
Michael E. Busch, a gregarious former coach and high school teacher who became the longest-serving House of Delegates speaker in Maryland history, has died after a short bout with pneumonia. He was 72.
Though the University of Maryland Medical System's board members are appointed by the governor and the institution receives millions of dollars in taxpayer funds each year, state law allows the health system to largely operate in secrecy, its board meetings and documents kept private.
While she received hundreds of thousands of dollars though a no-bid book deal with the University of Maryland Medical System, then state senator Catherine Pugh sponsored dozens of bills affecting hospitals in Maryland — including several that would have benefited UMMS.
Health provider Kaiser Permanente paid Mayor Catherine Pugh more than $100,000 for about 20,000 copies of her “Healthy Holly” children’s books during a period in which the company was seeking a lucrative contract to provide health benefits to city employees.
Maryland House of Delegates Speaker Michael Busch is in the hospital with pneumonia and is expected to be absent during the crucial final days of the General Assembly session. Busch missed most of last week in the House of Delegates, presiding over the chamber only on the first day of that week
The independent consulting firm hired to untangle the ethical knots caused by insider contracts between the University of Maryland Medical System and several of its board members is scheduled to begin its work on Tuesday.
Nicholas William Dolly, of New Windsor, is being held without bail on charges of second-degree murder and assault, after injuries he allegedly inflicted during an assault led to the death of Teresa Drury.
Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh is apologizing for upsetting "the people of Baltimore" with her book deal with the University of Maryland Medical System. While on the hospital network's board, she sold the system 100,000 copies of her "Healthy Holly" books for $500,000.
A retired public corruption investigator has filed a complaint with his former state agency against Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh, alleging she perjured herself by not reporting her Healthy Holly company in annual ethics disclosure forms when she was a state senator.
In the early stages of her re-election bid, Baltimore Mayor Catherine E. Pugh has come under fire for revelations that while she sat on the board of the University of Maryland Medical System, the organization paid her $500,000 for children’s books she authored.