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Saint Agnes Hospital

Saint Agnes Hospital
Saint Agnes Hospital, a Roman Catholic hospital in Baltimore, was created by The Daughters of Charity in 1862. It is currently owned by Ascension Health.
Saint Agnes Hospital, a Roman Catholic hospital in Baltimore, was created by The Daughters of Charity in 1862. It is currently owned by Ascension Health. « Show less

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  • Baltimore businesses to sponsor firehouse kitchens, gyms

    Baltimore businesses to sponsor firehouse kitchens, gyms
    Joshua Cain felt miserable as his Engine 58 crew gathered in the kitchen of their Annapolis Road firehouse after a brutal blaze that ripped through several rowhouses and took hours to control. Only two months into the job as a Baltimore firefighter,...
  • Arthur L. Rhoads Jr., attorney

    Arthur L. Rhoads Jr., attorney
    Arthur L. Rhoads Jr., a Baltimore attorney who maintained a general law practice for more than six decades, died Thursday of complications from a stroke at St. Agnes Hospital. He was 87. "He was a lawyer's lawyer and was representing the little guy, like...
  • Blood marks the spot of Wilkens Avenue murder

    Blood marks the spot of Wilkens Avenue murder
    As late morning rolled on along Wilkens Avenue in Southwest Baltimore, there were few obvious hints of the violence that had occurred just hours earlier. But just off the road were two large pools of blood, spilled from the body of the man police say...
  • Mother's illness draws daughter closer

    Mother's illness draws daughter closer
    Sometimes, late at night, Glennae Williams is startled awake by a crash. "Are you ok, Ma?" she calls to her mother. Her mother, DaVeeda White, has fallen again. She gets up to use the bathroom and her legs collapse, just as they have been collapsing...
  • Philip J. DiPaula, teacher

    Philip J. DiPaula, teacher
    Philip Joseph DiPaula, a retired Forest Park and Polytechnic Institute science teacher who received two Purple Hearts during World War II, died of Alzheimer's disease complications Saturday at St. Agnes Hospital. The Edmondson Heights resident was 90....
  • Proposed CSX cargo facility causing friction

    Proposed CSX cargo facility causing friction
    City and state officials are re-evaluating their approach to a proposed railroad cargo facility in Southwest Baltimore, acknowledging that their initial response to community concerns fell flat. The public backlash stalled the CSX Corp. project, which is...
  • Policemen injured during demonstration to integrate Oella rink in 1964

    An article in the March 19, 1964 edition of the Herald Argus and Baltimore Countian reported on a demonstration that led to violence. Three police officers were injured in a demonstration by approximately one hundred integrationists at Vernon's Rolling...
  • Mitchell K. Alexander, McDaniel director

    Mitchell K. Alexander, McDaniel director
    Mitchell K. "Mitch" Alexander, director of events services at McDaniel College who earlier had been student activities director, died Feb. 19 at St. Agnes Hospital. He was 56. "We do not have a cause of death and the results of an autopsy are pending,"...
  • Catonsville resident retires after 44 years as a nurse

    FOCUS ON PEOPLE Longtime Catonsville resident Helen Trump retired Dec. 31 from St. Agnes Hospital, after devoting more than 44 years as a nurse in the hospital's Coronary Care/Intensive Care Unit, except for a 12-month assignment in the operating room....
  • Stray bullet crashes through window of Catonsville residence in 1914

    An article in the Feb. 28, 1914, edition of The Argus reported a close call for local resident. A bullet from a small caliber rifle crashed through a window at the home of Dr. Henry F. Hill, Melvin and Edmondson avenues, late Wednesday afternoon and fell...
  • Sister Mary Jacinta Robson, medical technologist

    Sister Mary Jacinta Robson, medical technologist
    The Baltimore Sun Sister Mary Jacinta Robson, a retired medical technologist who spent six decades at Mercy Medical Center, died there of congestive heart failure Feb. 7. She was 88. "She had been a beloved presence at the hospital for over 60 years and...