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Maryland

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  • 1731 Cattail Meadows Drive, Woodbine, MD 21797

    1731 Cattail Meadows Drive, Woodbine, MD 21797
    On July 7, Xijin Zhao sold his home at 1731 Cattail Meadows Drive in Woodbine, MD, to Stanley Higgins. Mr. Higgins bought the home for $630,000. Xijin Zhao is a researcher with W.R. Grace & Co., a chemicals and materials company, at its Baltimore office....
  • 3012 Sobus Drive, Ellicott City, MD 21794

    3012 Sobus Drive, Ellicott City, MD 21794
    On July 13, David and Jean Medlar sold their home at 3012 Sobus Drive in Ellicott City, MD, to Allen E. Terrill Jr. Terrill bought the home for $850,000. Allen Terrill is president and owner of Apex Ground Management Inc., a landscaping company based...
  • 10026 Hyla Brook Road, Columbia, MD 21044

    10026 Hyla Brook Road, Columbia, MD 21044
    On July 16, John F. McDonough III sold his home at 10026 Hyla Brook Road in Columbia, Md., to Boyd T. Livingston. Mr. Livingston bought the home for $928,000. Boyd T. Livingston works for the National Security Agency. 10026 Hyla Brook Road sits on...
  • Virginia Tech's Darren Evans says he feels good, ready to play

    Virginia Tech's Darren Evans says he feels good, ready to play
    Asked about his health and readiness, Darren Evans wasn't soliciting funds, but simply stating a fact. "If I had a dollar for every time somebody asked me that question, I'd be rich," said Virginia Tech's tailback, owner of the most discussed left knee...
  • Maryland Quadruple Murder, Two Houston Area Locals Arrested

    Maryland Quadruple Murder, Two Houston Area Locals Arrested
    Authorities in Maryland said they're shocked by the murders of four people including two small children. Two Houston area residents are behind bars in connection to the murders. The two suspects, 43 year old Darell Bellard and his girlfriend 18 year...
  • Massive Manhunt Ends for Bank Robbery Suspect in Adams County

    Massive Manhunt Ends for Bank Robbery Suspect in Adams County
    31-year old Alexander Cruz was arrested by police in Adams County just before 6:00 p.m. Tuesday evening. Officers say he was hiding from them in a heavily wooded area along the 3500 block of Route 116 in Highland Township, Adams County. Cruz was wanted by...
  • City Preparing to Fix Outdated Homes

    City Preparing to Fix Outdated Homes
    Relief is on the way for a few thousand homeowners in Grand Rapids. The city has a fix for homeowner's in some pockets of the city who are constantly plagued with flooded basements. During two storms in 2008, Carolina Pava's home in the Maryland Estates...
  • Md. Stadium Authority approves street modifications for IRL race

    Md. Stadium Authority approves street modifications for IRL race
    The Maryland Stadium Authority on Thursday approved minor Russell Street modifications near Oriole Park at Camden Yards to clear the way for a deal under which downtown Baltimore would host an Indy Racing League event in 2011. The modifications are...
  • L.A. Ordains First Two Female Episcopal Bishops

    L.A. Ordains First Two Female Episcopal Bishops
    LONG BEACH -- The Episcopal Church has ordained its first two female bishops. The Rev. Canon Mary Glasspool, of Baltimore, and Rev. Canon Diane Jardine Bruce, were consecrated Saturday at a ceremony attended by 3,000 people in Long Beach, California....
  • Investor admits rigging tax sale bids

    A veteran Baltimore real estate investor could serve up to 18 months in prison for conspiring to rig bids at Maryland tax sale auctions under a plea deal that obligates him to cooperate with a continuing criminal investigation of the auctions. Steven L....
  • Deadline looms on city bills

    More than 20,000 Baltimore property owners who have fallen behind on real estate taxes or services such as water bills must pay up by the end of the month or face possible foreclosure. City officials plan at their annual tax sale next month to auction up...
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Sexually Transmitted Diseases

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  • Top U.S. pediatricians group has helpful tip, about the snip

    Top U.S. pediatricians group has helpful tip, about the snip
    When it comes to circumcision, the top U.S. pediatricians group is saying the "snip" show a clear health benefit for newborn boys. The American Academy of Pediatrics says circumcision can lower the risk of sexually transmitted diseases like AIDS and...
  • Jim Calhoun Timeline: The Career Of A Hall Of Fame Coach

    Born: May 10, 1942 in Braintree, Mass. Family: Wife Pat, sons James and Jeffrey, six grandchildren Education: American International College (1968); Braintree High School (1960) Head Coaching Career: Old Lyme (CT) High School – 1968-69 Westport...
  • Teens may need two health checkups

    Teens may need two health checkups
    Most kids have a well-child medical check-up once a year. That's what the experts recommend for school-age children and teenagers. But one medical group suggests that teenage girls should have two annual preventive health visits: one a general checkup...
  • Vampires: I know what you are. And I won't have unprotected sex with you.

    Vampires: I know what you are. And I won't have unprotected sex with you.
    OK, Halloween checklist: No eye color-changing lenses, because they can infect your cornea. Check. No black licorice for days at a time, as it lowers potassium and can cause heart arrythmias. Check. Don't go overboard on the chocolate, which contains...
  • Sex, drugs and ... more sex and drugs

    Sex, drugs and ... more sex and drugs
    Forget about rock 'n' roll: When rats are administered the highly addictive stimulant methamphetamine and allowed to engage in sexual behavior while high, all they want is more of both. That's the raw finding of a study published Tuesday by the Journal of...
  • 'Jersey Shore' recap: Episode 8

    'Jersey Shore' recap: Episode 8
    It was unseasonably warm today in Baltimore, and I was craving a trip to the beach. I could smell the Atlantic Stand and taste the orange crushes from Fishtales. However, the fantasy ends when I realize that it is unfortunately still February. I suppose...
  • Voters to Decide on Requiring Condoms in Adult Films

    Voters to Decide on Requiring Condoms in Adult Films
    LOS ANGELES (KTLA) -- Voters in Los Angeles County will get to decide on whether porn actors should be required to wear condoms during filming. AIDS Healthcare Foundation says they collected 371,000 signatures in five months, far exceeding the 232,000...
  • L.A. City Council votes to require condoms in porn filming

     
    The Los Angeles City Council has given preliminary approval to an ordinance that would make porn actors wear condoms during filming -- a move that allows the city to avoid a costly election on the issue later this year. The ordinance, which requires those...
  • Birth control: What do bosses get to decide about us?

     
    To read about the Blunt amendment, which was narrowly defeated Thursday via a U.S. Senate vote to table it, you'd think this was solely about whether religiously affiliated organizations -- such as hospitals or universities with links to churches --......
  • Florida DOH gets a staffing exsanguination

     
    By Margie Menzel, The News Service of Florda TALLAHASSEE — Several high-level employees have left the Florida Department of Health in recent months, and one of the latest to leave said the departures highlight an agency abandoning its public service...
  • California leads nation in programs for teen parents, report finds

     
    Four decades after a landmark federal law barred sex discrimination in education, pregnant students and teen parents still face major barriers to equality –- but California leads the nation in supportive policies for them, according to a study...