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  • Five questions for Jenny Morgan

    Jenny Morgan headed a health care IT company for years before jumping to private equity, but she realized her passion wasn't investing in firms — it was being in the trenches, running one. So when the founder of Linthicum-based basys wanted to...
  • Four firms win $100k each in InvestMaryland contest

    Four firms win $100k each in InvestMaryland contest
    Four startups won $100,000 each Monday night in the second InvestMaryland Challenge, a state-run competition to help promising new firms and encourage out-of-state companies to establish a Maryland presence. The state Department of Business and Economic...
  • Baltimore ranks 28th nationally in pedestrian danger study

    Baltimore ranks 28th nationally in pedestrian danger study
    An analysis of traffic fatalities in the last decade found Baltmore was the nation's 28th most dangerous city for pedestrians, out of 51 major metropolitan areas. The study, to be released Tuesday by the National Complete Streets Coalition, found 482...
  • Charles N. "Norm" Murphy, CSX executive

    Charles N. "Norm" Murphy, CSX executive
    Charles N. "Norm" Murphy, a retired CSX executive and a collector of Baltimore & Ohio Railroad memorabilia, died Monday of lymphoma at Howard County General Hospital. He was 87. Charles Norman Murphy was born in Baltimore into a B&O family. His father,...
  • Eight chosen for induction into National Lacrosse Hall of Fame

    Eight chosen for induction into National Lacrosse Hall of Fame
    The 2014 induction class for the National Lacrosse Hall of Fame has been approved by the US Lacrosse Board of Directors. This year's eight-person class will be officially inducted in a ceremony on Saturday, October 25, at The Grand Lodge in Hunt Valley....
  • Sophie Kerr finalists announced

    Sophie Kerr finalists announced
    Washington College announced five finalists Friday, including two from the Baltimore area, for its annual Sophie Kerr Prize. The nation's largest undergraduate literary award is worth $62,900 this year. The private liberal arts college in Chestertown...
  • Disadvantaged urban youth may be more likely to be problem gamblers

    Disadvantaged urban youth may be more likely to be problem gamblers
    Betting on dice on the streets of Baltimore or wagering on favorite sports teams may seem innocuous behavior for city teenagers, but it can serve as a gateway to heavier gambling and other risky behavior, impairing lives for years to come. These are the...
  • Traffic: Collision with injury on I-95 South in Savage-Guilford area

    Traffic: Collision with injury on I-95 South in Savage-Guilford area
    A two-vehicle collision with injury on Interstate 95 South in the Savage-Guilford area at the MD 32 exit has closed the southbound right shoulder at 8:47 a.m. on Thursday, according to the state Department of Transportation. Johns Hopkins University...
  • Baltimore's 'public health champion' [Commentary]

    This month Baltimore says farewell to its health commissioner, Dr. Oxiris Barbot. Her able leadership since arriving in 2010 has guided our city with a simple vision — making Baltimore a city where all residents realize their full health potential....
  • Millie Tyssowski, Social Security budgeting official

    Millie Tyssowski, Social Security budgeting official
    Millie Tyssowski, a retired Medicare executive and Social Security Administration budgeting official, died of congestive heart failure May 16 at Sinai Hospital. The Dickeyville resident was 93. After retiring, she served as president of both the Maryland...
  • Hopkins under fire over not disclosing alleged rape

    Hopkins under fire over not disclosing alleged rape
    The Johns Hopkins University has come under fire for not disclosing to the campus an alleged rape at a fraternity house, leading a group of students to file a complaint with the U.S. Department of Education and others to stage a protest Friday. Amid the...