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A Baltimore ACE (adverse childhood experiences) trainer, and a survivor or childhood trauma himself, explains why — and how to help.
September 29, 2022
Surveyors flagged problems in the medical center’s food preparation facilities, primarily the kitchen in one of the hospital’s original buildings, and pointed out various pieces of furniture in need of repair.
September 18, 2022
Anne Habberton and Jon Shaw turned about 30 acres of farmland into a meadow of native wildflowers and have deepened their bond with the land.
September 16, 2022
The city's top public works official told council members that there were many "lessons learned" in last week's response to bacteria contamination in the Baltimore water system.
September 15, 2022
“These children are often abused or neglected and this is how the state is choosing to raise them,” one attorney said.
With an average age of 75 years, Baltimore’s old water pipes have become increasingly vulnerable to the kinds of contamination that occurred last week.
September 14, 2022
The fun comic about a caveman and a time-traveling scientist is now helping with a good cause.
September 12, 2022
A new outpatient mental health treatment center in Howard County combines elements of art therapy, group therapy and intensive outpatient therapy to make mental health treatment more palatable and relatable to artists, professionals and other creatives.
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September 10, 2022
The proposed Maryland College of Osteopathic Medicine at Morgan aims to increase the number of Black doctors entering the profession and, in turn, increase Black Baltimore residents’ access to physicians that look like them.
September 9, 2022
Johns Hopkins, the Baltimore area’s largest private employer, terminated its contract with the insurer Tuesday, but patients procedures scheduled through Dec. 4 won’t be affected by the ongoing negotiations.
September 8, 2022
The area covered by a boil-water advisory has been reduced, but city officials still haven’t determined what caused the E. coli contamination.
Much of West Baltimore is under a boil water advisory Tuesday, and city officials are limiting residents top three gallons of bottled water per household.
September 6, 2022
DPW said it was "flushing the system continuously and performing leak detection, valve assessments and increasing chlorination in the area.”
September 5, 2022
Maryland Department of Health data shows the vast majority of overdose deaths stemmed from fentanyl.
September 1, 2022