| Nov 21, 2014
| 12:40 PM
Dorothy LeF. Cadigan, the former owner of a Rodgers Forge consignment shop who was a longtime volunteer at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center, died Sunday at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson of complications from pulmonary hypertension.
| Nov 24, 2014
| 6:32 PM
On Madeira Street last Thursday, tidy trash cans lined the curb in front of clean brick rowhouses with matching exterior lights. Christmas decorations already framed one doorway.
Boarded-up homes still pockmark the streets around Madeira, but...
| Nov 26, 2014
| 1:17 PM
Dr. Maria de M. Ruehsen, a retired Baltimore gynecological endocrinologist who worked at Johns Hopkins Health System's Homewood Hospital Center-South, died Nov. 2 at Maine General Medical Center in Augusta of bronchiectasis, a condition that damages the...
| Nov 28, 2014
| 3:17 PM
Arlynne S. Stark, a dancer who was a pioneer and early advocate of dance movement therapy and was a co-founder of the American Dance Therapy Association, died of breast cancer Nov. 17 at Collier Hospice Center at Lutheran Hospital in Denver. The former...
| Nov 6, 2014
| 1:51 PM
Myrtle C."Mattsy" Lobig, a former Patterson Park High School English teacher who spent more than three decades getting her students to appreciate the works of William Shakespeare, died Tuesday in her sleep at her Dundalk home. She was 90.
"She was a...
| Oct 27, 2014
| 4:49 PM
The policy announced yesterday by Gov. Martin O’Malley, health secretary Dr. Joshua M. Sharfstein and the state’s major hospitals doesn’t call for barring entry to travelers from the affected region, nor does it mandate locking up health...
| Oct 28, 2014
| 8:10 AM
For the third year, Baltimore's food trucks are rallying at Johns Hopkins sites for the weeklong kick-off of the university's United Way campaigns.
It's the Food Truck Frenzy.
On Tuesday, Kooper's Chowhound, GrrChe, The Jolly Pig, Kommie Pig and Darua...
| Oct 30, 2014
| 6:00 AM
Ebola will come to Baltimore, if it isn't here already ("Potential Ebola patient transferred to Baltimore hospital tests negative for virus," Oct. 28).
Why? Because we're a center of trade and a world leader in health care. Of these things we should...
| Oct 30, 2014
| 5:25 PM
Baltimore is expanding its public surveillance network to include private security cameras that city officials hope will quadruple the number of digital eyes on neighborhoods and make residents and business owners feel more secure.
City officials on...
| Oct 30, 2014
| 5:41 PM
Roderick M. Hills, who led the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission under President Ford and concluded that investment companies needed more freedom from regulation, has died. He was 83.
He died Wednesday at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore,...
| Nov 1, 2014
| 2:15 PM
Efforts to screen for possible cases of Ebola are moving from airports and hospitals to doctors' offices and urgent-care clinics.
While the chance of a widespread outbreak in the United States is considered extremely unlikely, patients making...