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Amtrak Train Struck Person Riding An ATV In Baltimore County

About 3:20 p.m. on Sunday afternoon, an Amtrak train struck a person riding an ATV in eastern Baltimore County. Fire officials were unable to provide the gender or age of the victim, who was airlifted from the scene to Johns … Continue reading

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Parents Suing Chelsea’s Gentle Care Child Development Center In Westminster Over E. Coli Outbreak

Chelsea’s Gentle Care Child Development Center in Westminster is facing a lawsuit related to an Escherichia coli (E. coli) outbreak. The complainants say their children contracted the infection, while in attendance at the center. Emily Starrs and Justin Gates, Tim … Continue reading

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Victim Advocates Are Demanding Stricter Human Trafficking Laws

Nearly three years ago, in a Howard County General Hospital waiting room sit a human trafficking victim with her trafficker to get a prescription for insulin. Rowland Duffey, the victim’s trafficker, promised a romantic relationship to lure the 21-year-old victim. … Continue reading

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Baltimore Churches Swept Up In City Tax Sales Fighting To Save Property

A near-empty chapel is becoming a common occurrence for Reverend Preston Palmer. The Seventh Metro Church at North Avenue is vast and according to Palmer, it could attract people for evangelism, community revitalization and missionary work. However, Palmer’s vision is … Continue reading

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New Study Suggest Aspirin May Not Be Effective In Treating Atrial Fibrillation

A new study demonstrates that aspirin may not be an effective treatment for atrial fibrillation (AF), as previously thought. In fact, the risks of utilizing aspirin may outweigh the benefits for patients who had undergone a catheter ablation. Atrial fibrillation … Continue reading

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Annabel Lee Tavern In Canton To Shutter Its Doors This Weekend

Annabel Lee Tavern opened in 2007 in Canton, where dive bars filled the area. With two consecutive years of revenue loss, totaling up to $200,000 each year, the owner, Kurt Bragunier, feels his only choice is to close the restaurant … Continue reading

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Job Market Looking More Promising For The Class Of 2017

After many years of depressed wages and high unemployment, the job market is looking up for college graduates, analysts say. Job prospects for members of class of 2017 are better than those who graduated in the wake of the recession. … Continue reading

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Mayor Catherine Pugh Budget Would Ground Police Helicopters, Cut Funding To Youth Centers

In March, Baltimore Mayor Catherine Pugh unveiled her first budget proposal. The $2.8 plan included the return of speed cameras, a modest tax cut for homeowners, refinancing of the Hilton Hotel owned by the city and millions in increased funding … Continue reading

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Rep. Elijah Cummings Will Remain In Johns Hopkins Hospital After Undergoing Heart Surgery

Baltimore representative Elijah E. Cummings underwent heart surgery to correct a narrowing of the aortic valve at Johns Hopkins Hospital. His office said on Thursday that he would not be released for several days following the procedure. Cummings, 66, an … Continue reading

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Newly Discovered Gene Responds To Electromagnetic Fields May Some Day Be Used In Gene Therapy

In a study, Johns Hopkins researchers and colleagues utilized the gene of a catfish to enable a rat brain to sense electromagnetic fields. A wide variety of animals, such as newts, lobster, bees and birds are capable of sensing the … Continue reading

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