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  • Interim state health secretary named

    Interim state health secretary named
    Dr. Laura Herrera Scott, the deputy secretary for public health at the state Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, will step temporarily into the secretary's job once Dr. Joshua Sharfstein leaves office this month, according to an email Sharfstein sent...
  • Two men charged in rape of 16-year-old at off-campus Hopkins frat

    Two men charged in rape of 16-year-old at off-campus Hopkins frat
    Baltimore police have charged two Reisterstown men in the Nov. 2 rape and sexual assault of a 16-year-old girl at a Johns Hopkins University off-campus fraternity house, officials said Wednesday. Chaz Haggins, 20, and Ethan Turner, 19, face several...
  • 2 charged with raping 16-year-old at Johns Hopkins off-campus fraternity

    2 charged with raping 16-year-old at Johns Hopkins off-campus fraternity
    Baltimore police have charged two Reisterstown men with sexually assaulting a 16-year-old girl Nov. 2 at a Johns Hopkins University off-campus fraternity house, officials said Wednesday. Chaz Haggins, 20, and Ethan Turner, 19, face charges including...
  • Good Morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Thursday

    Good Morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Thursday
    Here's what you need to know to start your day.    WEATHER Partly sunny today with afternoon clouds ushering in rain for tomorrow and Saturday. So, keep the old umbrella and raincoat handy. Temperatures will top out at 44, with an overnight low of...
  • Travel poems that capture the joy of exploration and inspire journeys

    Travel poems that capture the joy of exploration and inspire journeys
    Like the blast of a ship's whistle or the click-click-clack of train wheels, travel can be insistent. The second you leave home it starts demanding that you tell its story. It tugs at your elbow. It turns into a daily pest. What you're doing should be...
  • Alumni right about UM athletics spending

    Alumni right about UM athletics spending
    I commend student leaders Zachary Cohen, Steven Hershkowitz and Kaiyi Xie for their compelling arguments opposing spending public and university funds to renovate Cole Field House ("Athletics over academics?" Dec. 3). They obviously have their...
  • Ravens can't shake shadow of Ray Rice

    Ravens can't shake shadow of Ray Rice
    Nearly 10 months have passed since Ray Rice landed a roundhouse left to the head of his then-fiancee, Janay Palmer — a blow that left her unconscious, ended his Ravens career and saddled his former team with a crisis it still can't shake. The...
  • NASA's New Horizons spacecraft is awake and cruising toward Pluto

     NASA's New Horizons spacecraft is awake and cruising toward Pluto
    NASA's New Horizons spacecraft is awake and doing fine. The spacecraft bound for Pluto roused itself from its latest hibernation on Saturday at noon PST. One and a half hours later, it sent a radio signal to Earth to confirm it had successfully turned...
  • Stony Run cleanup honors stream's late champion

    Stony Run cleanup honors stream's late champion
    It was Sunday afternoon, not Monday morning, when Dr. Michael Beer usually went to the river, but no matter: The work to stop invasive plants from gaining a stranglehold on the trees along Stony Run continued. About 30 volunteers gathered at the North...
  • Theo Lippman Jr.

    Theo Lippman Jr.
    Theo "Ted" Lippman Jr., a former Baltimore Sun editorial writer and author of several books, died Saturday morning of complications after a fall at his home in Fenwick Island, Del. He was 85. "He wrote with a great sense of humor," said Joseph R.L....
  • State placed disabled children with nurses untrained in their needs

    State placed disabled children with nurses untrained in their needs
    The disabled foster children removed from a troubled Laurel-area group home this summer were placed by Maryland regulators in facilities whose their nurses lacked training for their complex medical needs, inspection records show. Health regulators did...