| Dec 23, 2014
It might have appeared to be an early holiday present when almost 300 prospective Johns Hopkins University students previously denied early admission or deferred for later consideration recently received an email welcoming them to the fold.
| Jan 1, 2015
| 2:22 PM
With flooding already on the rise along the East Coast, a new study led by the Johns Hopkins University suggests that urban dwellers may have more to worry about from climate change than just getting their feet wet if they live near the water. People in...
| Jan 3, 2015
| 11:44 AM
As the number of bicyclists has risen in Baltimore and across the nation in the last decade, city planners and other government officials have responded with a broad range of initiatives.
They've set aside millions of dollars for designated bike lanes....
| Jan 5, 2015
| 1:37 PM
John Clagett Nuttle, a retired Rouse Co. executive who worked to build the Village of Cross Keys and Columbia, died of heart failure Dec. 31 at the Blakehurst retirement community. The former Ruxton resident was 92.
Born in Baltimore and raised in...
| Jan 15, 2015
| 12:12 PM
Hearing loss is so common that it's long been considered a normal part of the aging process and no great cause for alarm. But studies from Johns Hopkins University have found links between hearing loss, cognitive decline and dementia. That means that it...
| Dec 24, 2014
| 12:26 PM
Lawrence K. "Larry" Saunders, a computer engineer and member of Brown Memorial Woodbrook Presbyterian Church where he performed with the Woodbrook Players, died Nov. 21 at Medstar Good Samaritan Hospital of a cerebral hemorrhage.
The longtime Govans...
| Dec 28, 2014
A common theory holds that the building blocks for life came to Earth from comets that landed here billions of years ago. But what if they also came from within the planet?
A study published last month by Johns Hopkins University professor Dimitri...
| Jan 6, 2015
| 5:13 AM
An animal rights group has filed a complaint with federal regulators against the Johns Hopkins University over the deaths of three monkeys and a rabbit in 2014.
Stop Animal Exploitation Now, which opposes all animal experimentation, has filed...
| Dec 22, 2014
| 5:44 PM
Baltimore County police said Monday that they rushed to warn New York police — through phone calls, fax and Teletype — about a man who pledged to kill officers in their area, and that no one could have known he would strike so quickly, leaving...
| Jan 6, 2015
| 11:15 AM
When it comes to biking on roadways, I agree with Johns Hopkins University Professor Felipe Pereda: "What I've realized is that (biking is) just impossible to do safely" ("Biking advocates bemoan slow pace of promised safety improvements," Jan. 3)....
| Dec 26, 2014
| 2:47 PM
Eugenie Obst, a former Domino Sugars chemist who fled her native Czechoslovakia when Communists took over the country, died of heart failure Dec. 15 at Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore. The Guilford resident was 94.
Eugenie Funda was born in the...