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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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  • Police reviewing handling of pit bull attack in S. Baltimore

    Police reviewing handling of pit bull attack in S. Baltimore
    A "breakdown" in how Baltimore Police officers handled an alleged pit bull attack in South Baltimore that sent a 7-year-old boy to the hospital last week is now the subject of an internal police review, after animal control was left in the dark about...
  • Dr. Ellen G. McDaniel, psychiatrist

    Dr. Ellen G. McDaniel, whose distinguished career in psychiatry spanned more than 40 years and influenced patients, medical students and even juries, died of lung cancer Thursday at her home in Highland. She was 71. The former Ellen Garb was raised in...
  • Murder trial starts for man police labeled 'engine for violent crime'

    Murder trial starts for man police labeled 'engine for violent crime'
    As violence gripped the border of Baltimore's Southwestern and Western police districts two Decembers ago, police thought Stanley Brunson was at its heart: He had been shot and was out for revenge, they said. But when he shot Darnell Edwards in what...
  • Two walk into hospitals with gunshot wounds

    Baltimore police on Monday morning were investigating a pair of shootings from Sunday evening. A 22-year-old man walked into St. Agnes Hospital shortly after 10 p.m. with a gunshot wound in the leg, police spokesman Sgt. Anthony Smith said. He had...
  • Pages Past: Custodian's heroics save child as wall collapses

    An article in the Jan. 24, 1963, edition of the Herald Argus and Baltimore Countian reported the heroics of a school custodian in rescuing a student. Fourteen-year-old Norman G. Gaither, an eighth grade student at Our Lady of Victory Catholic school on...
  • Hospitals agree to state's breast-feeding standards

    Hospitals agree to state's breast-feeding standards
    Maryland's 32 birthing hospitals have all agreed to adopt new state breast-feeding policies and become certified as "baby-friendly." The state Department of Health and Mental Hygiene embarked on a campaign nine months ago to get hospitals more...
  • Ruxton restoration is couple's 1920s love affair

    Ruxton restoration is couple's 1920s love affair
    If it is hard to imagine buying a home, moving in, and then restoring its 67 windows to their original 1923 condition, you can only marvel at the determination of Ray and Lynn Plack to revive Hiddenbrook, their Ruxton mansion on 6 acres just north of...
  • Pages from the Past: Tour of gold mines in Canada leads to wedding ring for Catonsville woman

    An article in the Feb. 15, 1913, edition of The Argus reported on the culmination of a long-distance romance sparked by a meeting during a tour of Canadian gold mines. Three thousand miles across the continent to Tacoma, Wash., Miss Ethel Patterson, of...
  • Letter: Catonsville developer should be judged on total contributions to community

    Who among us has done something of which we are not particularly proud? Why does one misdeed overshadow the goodness of an individual? I have known the Whalen family for over 30 years and have seen their goodness and the contributions they have made to...
  • Dr. Joseph S. Ardinger, OB-GYN

    Dr. Joseph S. Ardinger, OB-GYN
    Dr. Joseph S. Ardinger, a retired obstetrician and gynecologist who delivered more than 4,000 babies in nearly 50 years of medical practice, died Monday of complications from pneumonia Monday at Howard County General Hospital. The Ellicott City resident...
  • Towson gynecologist surrenders medical license amid drug investigation

    Towson gynecologist surrenders medical license amid drug investigation
    Towson gynecologist Dr. John Yacoub surrendered his medical license to state regulators Wednesday as he faced allegations of improperly distributing prescription drugs. He was not accused of wrongdoing related to images of patients' genitals found on his...