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2015/07/03 01:17
2015/07/03 01:17
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As Gov. Larry Hogan returned to work Thursday after five days of chemotherapy, friends and supporters were going green in solidarity with his fight against cancer. Hogan's Facebook page displayed a...
2015/07/03 01:17
2015/07/03 01:17
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2015/07/01 04:21
2015/07/01 04:21
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Judge Richard D. Bennett on Tuesday denied a motion by Towson that would have thrown out the suit filed by Class, a junior offensive lineman who collapsed on the practice field in August,...
2015/06/30 13:33
2015/06/30 13:33
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Gov. Larry Hogan wrote Tuesday that he is feeling “really strong” as he enters the final 24 hours of a four-day cycle of chemotherapy at the University of Maryland Medical Center. Good morning!...
2015/06/30 00:17
2015/06/30 00:17
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Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Baltimore lawmakers and other city leaders vowedMonday to find a way to revive the $2.9 billion Red Line that has been flatly rejected by Gov. Larry Hogan. After a...
2015/06/28 16:18
2015/06/28 16:18
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Byron Haskins recently tried to outsmart the Baltimore Beltway traffic that bedevils his commute between home in Cockeysville and work at the Social Security Administration in Woodlawn. Slipping onto...
2015/06/26 19:51
2015/06/26 19:51
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In addition, Orioles third baseman MANNY MACHADO, Head Athletic Trainer RICHIE BANCELLS, and Assistant Athletic Trainer BRIAN EBEL will welcome 80 youth from Baltimore Rec and Parks "Play Baseball"...
2015/06/26 08:58
2015/06/26 08:58
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... Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., who was ousted from a subcommittee chairmanship after he and nearly three dozen other Republicans angered party leaders by opposing leadership-backed rules for debating a...
2015/06/26 03:17
2015/06/26 03:17
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BALTIMORE (WJZ)–Some good news for Governor Larry Hogan. Today, he announced his cancer is stage three, not stage four, as originally feared. That significantly improves his chances of...
2015/06/25 22:33
2015/06/25 22:33
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Gov. Larry Hogan said recent tests have given him reason to be optimistic about his prognosis for recovery from an aggressive form of cancer. The governor gave the update just days after publicly...
2015/06/25 15:21
2015/06/25 15:21
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... loved PCC, it was my favorite year of college,” said Kimberly (Roberts) Brown, who attended Pratt Community College during the 2006-2007 school year.Brown, who grew up in Pratt, said she originally...
2015/06/24 14:38
2015/06/24 14:38
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A medical examiner found Freddie Gray suffered a "high-energy injury," most likely caused when the Baltimore police van he was riding in suddenly slowed down, according to an autopsy report obtained...
2015/06/24 13:55
2015/06/24 13:55
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Cranberries are often a popular part of holiday celebrations in the form of cranberry sauce, cranberry drinks and dried cranberries added to stuffing, casseroles or dessert. No one knows for sure how...
2015/06/23 21:18
2015/06/23 21:18
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The University of Maryland Children’s Hospital Tuesday unveiled a new expanded $30 million neonatal intensive care unit that will offer more specialty treatments. The Drs. Rouben and Violet Jiji...
2015/06/22 01:10
2015/06/22 01:10
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There are different causes of an upset stomach–acidity, indigestion, constipation, or menstrual cramps are just some of the common culprits. Instead of tolerating the pain, here are some ways you can...
2015/06/16 23:18
2015/06/16 23:18
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The Obama administration is ordering food companies to phase out the artery-clogging trans fats that can lead to heart disease, the country's leading cause of death. The Food and Drug Administration...
2015/06/16 08:09
2015/06/16 08:09
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A man in South Africa who underwent a penis transplant has impregnated his girlfriend, according to news reports. But it's not clear whether the man's transplanted penis works the same way an...
2015/06/11 15:34
2015/06/11 15:34
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Protect Yourself From Waterborne Illnesses This Summer (NAPSI)—Don’t let invisible threats lurking in pools, water parks and lakes ruin your summer. Recreational water illnesses (RWIs), such as...
2015/06/10 21:45
2015/06/10 21:45
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Each of us has more than 1,000 different types of bacteria that live in our digestive tracts, helping us to break down food and absorb nutrients. But when we take antibiotics -- medicine that is...
2015/06/09 22:22
2015/06/09 22:22
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A jury found a North Potomac man guilty of first-degree murder Friday in the stabbing death of a perceived rival over the attentions of a young woman. Pavel Ivanov, 25, was convicted of killing Bryan...
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