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  • Announcements: Jug Bay meeting, fire department recruitment, AAUW meeting, QAC Earth Day, Cortland Jones book signing, Senior Provider Group, social security seminar, Sons of the Severn barbershop chorus, Green Drinks, Compass Regional Hospice healthcare decisions

    Jug Bay annual meeting The Friends of Jug Bay will hold its annual meeting from 2:30 to 5 p.m. April 12 at Jug Bay Wetlands Sanctuary, 1361 Wrighton Road in Lothian. The meeting will begin with refreshments followed by annual reports for FY 2015 by...
  • With memoir, teen writes new chapter of an already storied life

    Scientist, inventor, celebrity and now, at age 18 — author. Jack Andraka is a little different from most teens. He invented a cost-effective early detection test for pancreatic cancer at age 15, was invited as first lady Michelle Obama's guest...
  • 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 &#...
  • Burn center director sues Hopkins

    Burn center director sues Hopkins
    The director of the Johns Hopkins Regional Burn Center has filed a lawsuit that accuses his superiors of covering up "unsafe and dangerous" care at the center's pediatric unit and of retaliating against him after he reported the allegations internally....
  • 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...
  • Hydration Room in Newport Beach provides cures for multiple woes, from headaches to hangovers

    Hydration Room in Newport Beach provides cures for multiple woes, from headaches to hangovers
    Migraines. Jet lag. Fitness recovery. Hangovers. They're all conditions Newport Beach anesthesiologists Elizabeth Bales and Brett Florie are equipped to remedy at the Hydration Room, a wellness clinic concentrating on intravenous therapy that the two...
  • No surprise: A key to infant learning is surprise

    No surprise: A key to infant learning is surprise
    Baby play just got a little less random. It turns out that infants are natural scientists, spurred by surprises to test primitive hypotheses, according to a study published online Thursday in the journal Science. Eleven-month-old infants who...
  • Millenials: Not the pride of Baltimore

    Millenials: Not the pride of Baltimore
    I loved The Sun's April Fool's Day essays and letters, from the liquor board inspectors who are afraid to go to bars at night ("What the jobs takes") to the letter writer from Pasadena who does not wake up in the city each day but knows what is needed...
  • 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...
  • Today's front page, weather & traffic

    Today's front page, weather & traffic
    Good morning, Baltimore! Here's what you need to know for your Wednesday. WEATHER Temperatures will top out at 50 today, and will fall back to 41 overnight. It’ll be rainy and drizzly throughout the day and evening, which means you’re most...
  • Powdered alcohol should be banned in every state

    Powdered alcohol should be banned in every state
    Imagine your child being offered a sugary alcoholic powder that can be snorted, eaten like Pixy Stix, added to food or sneaked into schools or stadiums and that turns into an alcoholic beverage just by adding water. With little guidance on how much is a...