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  • 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...
  • Amid measles outbreak, public health officials take on obstacles to vaccination

    After the worst month for measles in more than two decades, public health officials gathered at the Johns Hopkins University on Monday to talk about ways to prevent 2015 from becoming the worst year for the disease. Local, state and federal officials...
  • Single payer criticism often untruthful

    Single payer criticism often untruthful
    After discouraging election results, Vermont Gov. Peter Shumlin abandoned his effort to establish a single payer health system. This is bad news not only for the Green Mountain State but for all Americans. Governor Shumlin had been one of the only major...
  • NFL concussion deal appears near, some say doesn't go far enough to help depression, disorders

    The potential $1 billion settlement of NFL concussion claims appears very close to winning final approval from a federal judge, to the chagrin of critics who believe the plan remains murky or pays too little to struggling former players. Hours after...
  • Baltimore won't buy gunshot detection system

    Baltimore won't buy gunshot detection system
    Baltimore officials have backed off a decision to purchase a gunshot detection system, saying the cost to use the technology would take away from other crime-fighting efforts. Kevin Harris, a spokesman for Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, confirmed...
  • City skips purchase of gunshot detection system

    City skips purchase of gunshot detection system
    Baltimore officials backed off a decision to purchase a gunshot detection system, saying the cost to use the technology would take away from the city's other crime-fighting efforts. Kevin Harris, a spokesman for Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, confirmed...
  • JHU alum's book 'The Book of Negroes' is coming to BET as miniseries

    JHU alum's book 'The Book of Negroes' is coming to BET as miniseries
    "The Book of Negroes," based on the award-winning novel from Johns Hopkins University alum Lawrence Hill, has been made into a television mini-series to be shown later this month on BET. American actor Aunjanue Ellis plays the main character, Aminata...
  • Patrick Prendergast, Navy engineer

    Patrick Prendergast, Navy engineer
    Patrick O. Prendergast, a retired electrical engineer who worked for the Navy, died of heart failure Feb. 1 at University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical Center. The Glen Burnie resident was 83. Born in Baltimore and raised in Forest Park, he was the son...
  • 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...
  • Some Hogan budget cuts stretch for years

    When Gov. Larry Hogan released his cost-cutting budget last week, he called it the "first step among many" to pare back state spending. His second step was already tucked into another document, which asks the legislature for many long-term, permanent...