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  • Hopkins students, staff participate in President's Day of Service

    Hopkins students, staff participate in President's Day of Service
    More than two dozen Johns Hopkins University students and staff painted the corridors of the 29th Street Community Center on Saturday as part of the school's annual President's Day of Service. Among them was the university's president himself. Crouching...
  • Ban fracking, O'Malley [Commentary]

    Ban fracking, O'Malley [Commentary]
    The medical and scientific community was relieved when Gov. Martin O'Malley imposed a moratorium on fracking in 2011. He said that the state would only move forward with fracking if it "can be accomplished without unacceptable risks of adverse impacts...
  • Where's the accountability? [Commentary]

    Where's the accountability? [Commentary]
    Among the many repugnant aspects of the news that Baltimore has spent millions to settle charges of police brutality and civil rights violations, this may be the most troublesome: A clause in the city's settlement agreements prohibits victims from...
  • Wedded: Catherine Yard and Ryan Dunne

    Wedded: Catherine Yard and Ryan Dunne
    Date: Aug. 2 Her story: Catherine "Cat" Yard, 25, grew up in Ewing, N.J. She is an artist and regularly models for figure drawing and painting classes at Maryland Institute College of Art, the Johns Hopkins University, Towson University and the Mitchell...
  • UCI awarded $8 million for creation of brain cell database

    UCI awarded $8 million for creation of brain cell database
    UC Irvine announced Wednesday that it had been awarded an $8-million grant to establish one of six centers around the country tasked with creating a database of brain cell activity, expected to help develop treatment for a number of diseases. The...
  • Brown, Hogan accuse each other of not telling truth

    Brown, Hogan accuse each other of not telling truth
    Democrat Anthony G. Brown and Republican Larry Hogan traded accusations of deception Tuesday in their first debate before the Nov. 4 election for governor. The rivals clashed repeatedly over social issues, education, the environment and Maryland's...
  • Four Season Food Truck rolls into Baltimore

    Four Season Food Truck rolls into Baltimore
    The Four Seasons Food Truck Tour is coming to Baltimore.    Designed as a showcase for its culinary programs and for the individual chefs at its hotel properties, the Four Seasons' mobile unit is pulling into Baltimore on Monday for a weeklong stay as...
  • Young jumps in front on request for federal review of police

    Young jumps in front on request for federal review of police
    Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake won praise from clergy and community leaders Friday after calling for a federal investigation into allegations of police brutality — a move that is all but certain to draw added scrutiny on City Hall. But careful...
  • Police need a better education [Letter]

    Police need a better education [Letter]
    While I was completing my undergraduate degree at Johns Hopkins University in the mid-1970s, I took several sociology and psychology classes including one on psychotropic drugs. I was surprised to find Baltimore police officers in my classes. I was glad...
  • 3 books to help guide you through treatment and recovery

    3 books to help guide you through treatment and recovery
    It may be hard to believe with the proliferation of pink ribbons during October's Breast Cancer Awareness Month, but breast cancer used to be a taboo topic. You can see the radical shift in cultural attitudes with the books now available, a 180-degree...
  • Howard County library symposium to explore civility in youth sports

    The Howard County Library System will hold its seventh annual Choose Civility symposium "The Ball's in Your Court: Can Civility and Sports Co-Exist?" from 6:30 p.m. to 9 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 9, at the Miller branch in Ellicott City. Korva Coleman of...