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  • Johns Hopkins tops magazine's list of graduate education schools

    Johns Hopkins tops magazine's list of graduate education schools
    For the second year in a row, the Johns Hopkins University School of Education has been named the top graduate education program in the country by U.S. News and World Report, according to annual rankings released Tuesday. Johns Hopkins’ 8-year-old...
  • Police take-home car programs a trade off; costs unknown

    Police take-home car programs a trade off; costs unknown
    When they are not patrolling the streets and nabbing speeders, hundreds of Baltimore-area police officers are allowed to use their cruisers to pick up groceries, run family errands or shuttle relatives around. Such programs cost taxpayers — but no...
  • Homeland Security Investigations agents help track down rare stolen book

    Homeland Security Investigations agents help track down rare stolen book
    A thief had stolen a rare 16th-century book from Italy. It was Marty Hamlin's job to find it, and help bring it home. Hamlin, a special agent in Baltimore for Homeland Security Investigations — an arm of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement &#...
  • Hans G. Goedicke

    Hans G. Goedicke
    Hans G. Goedicke, a renowned Egyptologist who had been chairman of the Johns Hopkins University's department of Near Eastern studies, died of cancer Feb. 24 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. The Tuscany-Canterbury resident was 88. "He had retired...
  • Recreation Pier had many lives

    Recreation Pier had many lives
    Nearly 25 years ago, I attended a friend's 50th birthday party in the interior hall of the 1914 Recreation Pier on Thames Street in Fells Point. This fabulous chamber was created as a civic assembly space in the year Baltimore celebrated the centennial of...
  • O'Malley to return to South Carolina

    O'Malley to return to South Carolina
    Former Gov. Martin O'Malley has added a second early primary state to his itinerary and plans to speak at a conference of South Carolina Democrats next month. O'Malley left office earlier this month and has been weighing a presidential bid for 2016,...
  • In Hopkins basement, bats and owls offer clues into brain function

    In Hopkins basement, bats and owls offer clues into brain function
    In one corner of the basement of Ames Hall at the Johns Hopkins University, Cynthia Moss opened the door of a room where about a dozen Egyptian fruit bats dozed inside a milk crate attached to the wall. "Come on, sweeties," she said, stirring them up,...
  • EBDI selects former state housing head as new leader

    EBDI selects former state housing head as new leader
    A two-time former head of the state's housing department has been named to take over the leadership of a major redevelopment effort in East Baltimore near Johns Hopkins Hospital, re-energizing efforts to bring homes to an area officials have been trying...
  • Johns Hopkins lacrosse player Jeremy Huber was passionate about music, mother says

    Johns Hopkins lacrosse player Jeremy Huber was passionate about music, mother says
    Next to his love for lacrosse, one of Jeremy Huber's passions was music. He had played the piano since second grade, enjoyed music from a dizzying array of genres and aced an exam in a music course this month at Johns Hopkins University. "He just took...
  • Wedded: Erin Smyth and Matthew J. Tielsch

    Wedded: Erin Smyth and Matthew J. Tielsch
    Date: Sept. 27 Her story: Erin Smyth, 31, was born and raised in Hunt Valley. She's now a preschool teacher in Cockeysville. Her parents, John C. Smythand Geralynn D. Smyth live in Phoenix in Baltimore County. His story: Matthew J. Tielsch, 30, was...
  • Drugs expensive under plans sold on health exchange, survey finds

    Drugs expensive under plans sold on health exchange, survey finds
    The Affordable Care Act is not so affordable for many Marylanders, according to a new survey. The landmark law that was supposed to make insurance available to hundreds of thousands of people without coverage is costing Marylanders so much more in...