Joan S. Shnipper, a former vice president of communications and public affairs at the University of Maryland Medical Center and University of Maryland Medical System, died Monday of respiratory failure at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. She was 64.
Former Gov. Marvin Mandel, who won acclaim during two tumultuous terms in the State House as one of Maryland's most effective chief executives only to be forced from power on corruption charges in 1977, has died. He was 95.
For the next year, Joshua Patterson will take the MARC train from his home in Baltimore to Washington, where he'll join an elite class of presidential fellows on a mission to shake up federal bureaucracy.
Jeffrey A. Rivest, who has served as the president and chief executive officer of the University of Maryland Medical Center, will retire in August after 11 years in the position to pursue personal interests.
The Carroll Park Ladies' Golf Association was founded 35 years ago. The women, of all ages and backgrounds, meet at 8:15 a.m. every Thursday, from April to October at the Carroll Park Golf Course on Washington Boulevard.
Gavin Class, the Towson University football player who battled back from a near-fatal heatstroke, has won his bid to rejoin the team. A U.S. district judge ruled Friday that Towson must allow Class, a 22-year-old lineman, to suit up for the Tigers when they begin practice Aug. 9.
Johns Hopkins Hospital tied with UCLA Medical Center in Los Angeles as the nation's third best hospitals in the latest ranking from U.S. News and World Report, a widely watched annual assessment that for years called Hopkins No. 1.
Gov. Larry Hogan entered a Baltimore hospital Sunday for his second round of chemotherapy treatment, as well-wishers prayed, sang and left him handwritten notes during a Harford County vigil that organizers pledged to repeat around the state.
The University of Maryland Baltimore Washington Medical Center is sending letters to about 250 spinal fusion patients who received hardware from a defunct California company accused of selling fake parts to "address any concerns."
Gavin Class' lawsuit to rejoin Towson University's football team will be heard in U.S. District Court July 14. Judge Richard D. Bennett on Tuesday denied a motion by Towson that would have thrown out the suit filed by Class, a junior offensive lineman who collapsed on the practice field in August, 2013.
Norman R. Flinkman, a former Baltimore Block and night club singer and composer who was known for his 1958 hit "I've Got the Feeling," died June 10 of pancreatic cancer at the Broward Health Imperial Point in Pompano Beach, Fla. He was 74.
Whether they're doing the stop-and-go stutter of rush hour on the Beltway, or waiting for a bus that once again is running late, Baltimore area workers face one of the nation's longest average commuting times, a new analysis by the Associated Press found. It takes nearly 31 minutes on average to get to or from work in the Baltimore region, the sixth longest in the country, the AP study found. Only workers in such notoriously congested areas such as New York, Washington, Southern California and
Two individuals had an influence on my reasons for becoming involved in various charitable events. Brian Walsh was a good friend I tragically lost a couple of years ago. Brian was the president of what is now known as the Baltimore Chapter of the National Association of Insurance & Financial Advisors. This organization has been holding parties at local children's hospitals since 1939. Brian twisted my arm to become involved with these events in December 1993. The second person who was a great
Charles A. Reese, an education lawyer who was a founding partner of Reese & Kane and co-author of the Howard County Code in the early 1970s, died Thursday of a massive stroke at the University of Maryland Medical Center. He was 88.
About 40 people led by the Rev. Jamal Bryant briefly stopped traffic on I-395 Tuesday morning — — the first of what Bryant said would be "10 biblical plagues" unless state officials scrap plans for $30 million youth jail.
Dr. Yu-Chen Lee, a professor of cardiology at the University of Maryland Medical School where he established the echocardiography division of the Maryland Heart Center, died May 5 of heart failure at the Charlestown retirement community in Catonsville. He was 89.
A few weeks after Republican Gov. Larry Hogan was elected in November, he called Edgewood native Steve Moyer and asked him to be his Secretary of the Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services.
Norman W. Gossman, a retired Aberdeen grocer who owned and operated Carsin's Run Store for more than 30 years, died April 21 of congestive heart failure at the University of Maryland Medical Center. He was 84.