In Maryland State health officials to hold meetings on...

Regional Digest

May 06, 2000

In Maryland

State health officials to hold meetings on women's care

BALTIMORE -- State health officials will be holding a series of public meetings around Maryland to examine the concerns and needs of women's health care.

The effort is a collaboration of the state Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, the Governor's Women's Health Promotion Council and other agencies.

FOR THE RECORD - An article in yesterday's editions of The Sun gave the wrong date for the closing of the Charles Street bridge near Penn Station for a $23 million renovation project. Mayor Martin O'Malley is scheduled to detail the plans at a news conference Monday; the bridge is scheduled to close May 15.
The Sun regrets the errors.

The first hearing will be held Monday from 3: 30 to 6: 30 p.m. in Largo on the Prince George's Community College campus. The second will be held June 3 on the Allegany Community College campus. Information: 410-767-6575 or 1-877-4MD-DHMH.

In Baltimore City

Charles Street bridge to close for project starting Monday

The Charles Street Bridge will be closed Monday, beginning a two-year, $23 million project that will detour traffic near Penn Station.

Mayor Martin O'Malley will be on hand to launch the bridge reconstruction project at 11 a.m. at Charles Street and Mount Royal Avenue. The bridge carries traffic over Amtrak rails.

The bridge reconstruction will coincide with construction of a $15 million Greyhound bus terminal north of the train station.

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