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By Nick Madigan, The Baltimore Sun | January 19, 2011
A 29-year-old accused of killing her baby and burying him in Druid Hill Park pleaded guilty Wednesday to involuntary manslaughter and was given a 10-year suspended sentence. While Lakesha Haynie was able to walk free for the first time since her arrest 10 months ago, she will be on probation for five years, must report to the Department of Social Services if she becomes pregnant again and is forbidden to have unsupervised contact with children ages 6 and younger. She must also attend a counseling program at Planned Parenthood on Jan. 24. Baltimore Circuit Judge Charles J. Peters told Haynie that if she violates any of the terms of her probation, "this court will not hesitate to put you in jail" for the rest of the 10-year sentence.
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FEATURES
Susan Reimer | August 26, 2010
When you enter grandparent land, the first thing you are asked upon your arrival is, "Do they know what they are having?" By this it is meant, do the parents know what sex the baby is, not whether they are having an alien or a box turtle. The second question — and it is only asked by women of women — is, "Do you know what you want to be called?" This is a lot harder to answer, especially if you are having a hard time seeing yourself as a grandmother because you still think of yourself as a thirty-something.
BUSINESS
By Tim Swift, The Baltimore Sun | December 19, 2012
Did you hear Time has named its Person of the Year and The Voice has a new winner? Bored? Not impressed? Well, what if I told you I had a video of a  GOLDEN EAGLE snatching a BABY !!!!!  YouTube and Reddit are buzzing this morning with a video purportedly out of Canada that shows a large bird momentarily picking up a small child. Don't worry the kiddie was not whisked away to the nest atop Death Mountain. The video is probably fake, but that hasn't stopped people from freaking out and watching, including me. [UPDATE: Yup, the video is fake.]
FEATURES
By Sarah Kickler Kelber and The Baltimore Sun | June 21, 2012
Lesley Brown, who was the first mother to have a child via in vitro fertilization, has died, according to the Telegraph. The birth of her daughter Louise made history in 1978. Lesley died at age 64 after a brief illness. Sad news indeed -- she went through the procedures after nine years of trying to get pregnant on her own, according to MSNBC . As the mother of a 4-year-old son conceived through IVF, I'm so thankful for the bravery of the family and for the pioneering researchers, as well.
FEATURES
By Dr. Modena Wilson and Dr. Alain Joffe and Dr. Modena Wilson and Dr. Alain Joffe,Special to The Sun | October 25, 1994
Q: Is it bad for a baby to get more than one vaccination on the same day? My doctor wants to give my daughter several at once, so I don't have to make so many appointments but I'm worried it won't be good for her. I'd like your opinion.A: Many, many careful studies have been done on giving vaccines together. They show that it is both safe and practical to give several different vaccines on the same day.When the studies were done the researchers looked carefully at both the side effects of the vaccines (like fever and soreness)
FEATURES
By Sandra Crockett and Sandra Crockett,Sun Staff Writer | December 31, 1994
The gift arrived a little late -- around 2 a.m. Dec. 26 -- and the delivery was handled by a medical team of 27 doctors, nurses and technicians instead of Santa and the reindeer. But Mary Beth and Donal Sullivan, who became the parents of four -- count 'em: four -- babies at Johns Hopkins Children's Center, wouldn't change a thing about this Christmas.The Odenton couple got exactly what they wanted: two healthy boys and two healthy girls."It's the greatest Christmas present in the world," said Mr. Sullivan, who appeared with his wife at a press conference yesterday at the children's center.
FEATURES
By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,SUN THEATER CRITIC | February 24, 2005
Richard Maltby Jr. and David Shire's 1983 musical Baby is designed to appeal to anyone who's about to be a parent, has ever been a parent or just hopes to be a parent. In other words, it's got broad appeal. At Dundalk Community Theatre, that appeal is enhanced by a strong contingent of lead performers, who portray three couples at different stages in life - the central gimmick in Sybille Pearson's clever script. Lauren Spencer-Harris and Brent Bell play unmarried college students surprised to discover they're going to be parents.
NEWS
November 14, 1991
City police today were awaiting the results of an autopsy to determine the cause of death for an infant girl whose body was found yesterday in Leakin Park.The state medical examiner's office was to conduct the autopsy today.Police found the baby at Wetheredsville and Franklintown roads about 5 p.m. after a tree-trimming crew spotted two bloody plastic bags and called police.Apparently, the baby had lain there 24 hours before being discovered, said Homicide Detective Sgt. Jack Barrick."It looked like a full-term baby,"said Lt. Donald F. Haupt of Southwestern District.
NEWS
By Roger Twigg | October 8, 1991
Sheryl C. Turner said she never gave it a second thought Friday when she asked a woman she has known for 21 years to drop off her 14-month-old daughter at a baby sitter.But that was the last Ms. Turner has seen of her daughter, Jessica Alexandra Marie James, or the woman entrusted with taking her to the baby sitter, Christy Ann Pankey, 39, of the 6100 block of Foreland Garth, Columbia."I've called everyone that I could think of," Ms. Turner said. "No one has seen or heard from them."Dennis S. Hill, a police spokesman, said Teletypes have been sent to Washington, D.C., and areas of New York and West Virginia where Ms. Pankey is known to have friends or relatives, but no one has reported seeing Ms. Pankey or the baby.
SPORTS
By Los Angeles Times | June 1, 1991
SAN DIEGO -- Benito Santiago, the San Diego Padres' All-Star catcher, accused manager Greg Riddoch of treating him like a baby yesterday, one day after Riddoch yanked Santiago out of the lineup for "lack of hustle.""Why do we have to start this [stuff] again?" Santiago said. "Every year, they try to make me look like a little baby. [Riddoch] knows I play 100 percent for him."Riddoch pulled Santiago after the fourth inning Thursday, when Santiago slowed on his way to first after grounding to Houston Astros shortstop Eric Yelding.
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