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Mesothelioma: Johns Hopkins conducts clinical trials for the rarest of diseases 

Raya Bodnarchuk (Facebook) BALTIMORE — Raya Bodnarchuk never worked in a mine, a factory, a shipyard, or the military. So, the artist and sculptor and retired art instructor at the Corcoran School of Art in Washington, D.C, was surprised when […]

Mesothelioma: Johns Hopkins conducts clinical trials for the rarest of diseases 

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Raya Bodnarchuk (Facebook) BALTIMORE — Raya Bodnarchuk never worked in a mine, a factory, a shipyard, or the military. So, the artist and sculptor and retired art instructor at the Corcoran School of Art in Washington, D.C, was surprised when […]

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Mayor Pugh, UMMS, Kaiser Permanente, Associated Black Charities need to answer some hard questions

Mayor Catherine Pugh (Photo by Mike Jordan) BALTIMORE  – This city, feeling pretty crummy with each new revelation about Mayor Catherine Pugh, attempted the other evening to console itself by

Maryland House Speaker Michael Busch dead at 72

BALTIMORE — U.S. Senator Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) released the following statement regarding the passing of Maryland Speaker of the House Michael Busch who died today after being hospitalized

Friend’s Suicide by Firearm: From a gun rights advocate’s perspective

I recently found out a very good friend committed suicide with a handgun. I had no idea he was suffering that badly, and neither did any of his immediate

Baltimore Orioles vs New York Yankees at Oriole Park at Camden Yards for 2019 home opener. April 4, 2019. (Credit Michael Jordan/BPE)

Baltimore Orioles Opening Day 2019 in pictures

Starting pitcher Alex Cobb received a rousing welcome from Baltimore fans during pregame ceremonies for Orioles Opening Day 2019. BALTIMORE - Warm weather and mostly sunny skies greeted the sellout

Take me out to the ball game and let’s party like it’s 1989 again

BALTIMORE – Around here, four wins in the first week of the brand new Orioles season lets everybody dream a little. After last year’s disgrace, some of us are

Mayor Pugh takes leave of absence as scandal over her book sales hits city

BALTIMORE - Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh is taking a leave of absence Monday effective at midnight, City Solicitor Andre Davis confirmed. Pugh is engulfed in a growing scandal surrounding board

Ex-Baltimore top cop gets 10 months for cheating on his taxes

Darryl De Sousa, 54, served as Baltimore's police commissioner for just four months last year before resigning after he was hit with tax charges.(Photo by Mike Jordan) BALTIMORE —  A former Baltimore

Baltimore Colts were stolen away in the middle of the night 35 years ago

BALTIMORE —  For a generation of disillusioned fans, the date which will live in football infamy was precisely 35 years ago. John Ziemann knows it well. But, across America,

Fleetwood Mac gives spectacular farewell to Baltimore

Fleetwod Mac, the timeless band that has spanned more than five decades, tried to make a statement as soon as it took the Royal Farms Arena stage on Sunday

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