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Johns Hopkins Hospital

Johns Hopkins Hospital
Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore is a teaching hospital affiliated with Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. In 2012 it opened a $1.1 billion hospital, The Sheikh Zayed Tower and The Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center.

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Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore is a teaching hospital affiliated with Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. In 2012 it opened a $1.1 billion hospital, The Sheikh Zayed Tower and The Charlotte R. Bloomberg Children's Center.

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  • Funding apprenticeship programs is good for the state

    Funding apprenticeship programs is good for the state
    Many of our communities in Baltimore City and the state of Maryland were established because of good old fashioned blue collar jobs — solid, well-paying jobs in manufacturing, construction and the trades. But by the 21st Century, high school...
  • Ben Carson apologizes for comments about homosexuality being a choice

    Ben Carson apologizes for comments about homosexuality being a choice
    Update: Ben Carson issued an apology on Facebook on Wednesday evening for his comments on CNN about homosexuality: "In a recent interview on CNN, I realized that my choice of language does not reflect fully my heart on gay issues. I do not pretend to...
  • Traffic: No MARC train, commuter bus service due to inclement weather

    Traffic: No MARC train, commuter bus service due to inclement weather
    The Maryland Transit Administration on Thursday said that due to a winter storm that is expected to produce up to 10 inches of snow in the area, MARC train and commuter bus services have been canceled. MTA said that the decision to cancel commuter bus...
  • Oren Miller

    Oren Miller
    Oren Miller, a stay-at-home dad who created A Blogger and a Father blog, which attracted worldwide attention, and the equally successful Facebook group "Dad Bloggers," died Saturday at his Owings Mills home of cancer. He was 42. "Oren's blog was a life-...
  • Northeastern Baltimore experiencing homicide increase

    Northeastern Baltimore experiencing homicide increase
    More homicides have occurred in Northeast Baltimore than any other part of the city so far this year, a trend that has prompted police to step up patrols and community leaders to press for more resources to address the increase in violence. A shooting...
  • Passport guides visitors through city's African-American history

    Passport guides visitors through city's African-American history
    A free publication arrived this week to help people interested in Baltimore's African-American history understand their city and its neighborhoods. "A Lasting Legacy: Baltimore's African-American History Passport" is a handy resource. These cold days...
  • Schools reopen in Frederick County in aftermath of shooting

    Schools reopen in Frederick County in aftermath of shooting
    Frederick High and West Frederick Middle schools reopened Friday after the incident earlier this week in which a shooting took place on the Frederick High School campus outside the gym. Two students were wounded in the Wednesday night incident, which...
  • Big-name developers team up to tackle Old Town Mall

    Big-name developers team up to tackle Old Town Mall
    Some of Baltimore's most prominent developers have teamed up to work on the long-sought transformation of land near the city's historic and distressed Old Town Mall. Beatty Development Group and Henson Development Co. are two of four firms behind a...
  • Off-duty officer working as guard shoots boy, 14, in Baltimore County

    Off-duty officer working as guard shoots boy, 14, in Baltimore County
    An off-duty Baltimore County police officer working as a security guard in Randallstown shot a 14-year-old boy Monday evening in what police described as an accidental shooting. Police said two off-duty officers were working at the Woodridge apartment...
  • Hopkins helps make training videos on Ebola and infectious disease care

    Hopkins helps make training videos on Ebola and infectious disease care
    A patient makes her way into a hospital emergency department looking feverish and says she feels sick. Asked whether she has traveled overseas in the past few weeks, she says she went to a funeral in Sierra Leone, a country hard hit by the Ebola...
  • Hopkins opens second business incubator

    Hopkins opens second business incubator
    A group of Johns Hopkins Hospital nurses is taking part in a pilot project using smartphones to monitor chronic wounds, but how the technology develops as a business will hinge in part on activity in new office and laboratory space next door — the...