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  • Heather Anske-Robert Blum

    Heather Anske-Robert Blum
    Mary Carole and Jay Stiffler, of Sykesville, announce the engagement of their daughter, Heather Anske, of Westminster, to Robert Blum, of Westminster, son of Charles Blum, of Finksburg. The bride-to-be is a 2008 graduate of Century High School, a 2012...
  • Mikulski proposes lifting NIH spending caps

    Mikulski proposes lifting NIH spending caps
    WASHINGTON -- Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski, a longtime advocate for the National Institutes of Health, offered new details on Thursday of legislation she has introduced to increase funding for medical research -- adding her voice to a growing debate in...
  • Medical researcher: Studies, data can prompt improvements in public health

    Jana Hirschtick grew up with a father who was a physician and a mother who worked as a teacher -- both professionals with an altruistic nature, she recalled. Today, Hirschtick, 33, works as an epidemiologist at Chicago's Sinai Urban Health Institute...
  • Motor House arts center to anchor Station North neighborhood

    Motor House arts center to anchor Station North neighborhood
    Excitement and anticipation filled a vacant automobile sales agency this week. A $6.5 million refurbishment of the newly named Motor House on North Avenue was being celebrated as this arts center project gets launched. I watched its prospective tenants...
  • Medical students celebrate their next steps at annual 'Match Day'

    Medical students celebrate their next steps at annual 'Match Day'
    University of Maryland School of Medicine senior Caitlin Carnell opened a white envelope at the Hippodrome Theatre on Friday and saw light at the end of a tunnel: the long-distance phase of her young marriage was coming to an end. Carnell, 26, walked...
  • UCF med students find out where they will do their residencies

    UCF med students find out where they will do their residencies
    Amy Iarrobino and Erin Kane took two different paths to get to medical school, but they ended up on the same steps at the University of Central Florida College of Medicine on Friday, anxiously waiting to find out which residency program they would be...
  • Don't blame teacher contract for deficit

    As a Baltimore City Public Schools teacher, I am concerned how the local media is implying that the system's current budget deficit is due in part to the innovative teacher contract approved in 2010. I am especially concerned that this blame will become...
  • Wedded: Ashe Smith and Jacob Green

    Wedded: Ashe Smith and Jacob Green
    Date: Feb. 4 His story: Ashe Smith, 30, grew up in Murfreesboro, Tenn. Ashe is a community organizer at the Parks & People Foundation and a founder of the Whitelock Community Farm in Reservoir Hill. He's also active with the Mount Royal Community...
  • UMBC chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon apologizes for actions of defunct U. of Okla. chapter

    UMBC chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon apologizes for actions of defunct U. of Okla. chapter
    The University of Maryland, Baltimore County chapter of Sigma Alpha Epsilon has issued an apology on behalf of the fraternity, whose University of Oklahoma chapter was closed after a video surfaced showing members uttering a racial epithet while singing a...
  • LeRoy B. Mathews, budget director

    LeRoy B. Mathews, budget director
    LeRoy B. Mathews, former budget director for American Telephone & Telegraph and a longtime band member, died March 4 at the Maples of Towson, an assisted-living facility, of complication of dementia. He was 86. The son of LeRoy Frederick "Roy" Mathews...
  • Baltimore-rooted composers will help to celebrate Shriver Hall Concert Series' 50th season

    Baltimore-rooted composers will help to celebrate Shriver Hall Concert Series' 50th season
    While the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra will be enjoying a centennial season in 2015-2016, the Shriver Hall Concert Series will mark its own notable milestone — half-a-centennial. The organization, which presents top-drawer classical soloists and...