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December 22, 1997
Names in the newsNorth Arundel Health System has named Francis A. Pommett Jr. its new senior vice president. Pommett was president and chief executive of Mount Washington Pediatric Hospital in Baltimore, which merged with North Arundel Health System this year.Pub Date: 12/22/97
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By Brandi Bottalico, The Baltimore Sun | April 7, 2014
An unknown black male shot a 34-year-old man in the stomach around 6 p.m. Sunday in the 1600 block of Hazel Street. The victim is now listed in good condition at an area hospital, Baltimore City Police said in a press release. The victim was standing on the corner of Hazel and Pennington Avenue with a group of friends when the suspect approached them and started firing, then fled in an unknown direction, according to police. Additionally, an adult male is listed in critical but stable condition after being shot multiple times in the 5400 block of Cedonia Avenue on Saturday.
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NEWS
October 6, 2002
A West Baltimore man was killed yesterday afternoon when the car he was driving crashed into the back of a parked tractor-trailer on the shoulder of northbound North Charles Street near Sheppard and Enoch Pratt Hospital in Baltimore County. Michael D. Island, 44, of Scott Street was pronounced dead at the scene, said Baltimore County police Cpl. John Young. The driver of the tractor-trailer - who was not in the truck at the time of the accident - was not identified by police and was not charged in the accident.
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By Steve Kilar and Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | June 15, 2011
A mother and her two daughters were hospitalized Wednesday after being stabbed by the girls' father at their Crofton home, Anne Arundel County authorities said. Identified by their Crofton Meadows neighbors as the Esquetini family, all four members suffered stab wounds and cuts and were taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore. The female victims suffered injuries to the upper part of the body, with the mother, 49, and daughters, 20 and 13, reported in serious condition.
NEWS
February 26, 2003
On February 22, 2003, at Harbor Hospital in Baltimore, RITA DORIS LINK (Robinson) (nee Watts), 84. Born May 28, 1918 to James Sherman and Myrtle Ruth Taylor Watts of St. Marys County, MD. She is survived by three daughters, Lola L. Dearborn of Lecanto, FL., Doris M. White of Baltimore, Norma A. Sieling of Rising Sun, MD., seven grandchildren, 17 great-grandchildren and one sister Hilda M. Mattingley of Leonardtown, MD. A Graveside Memorial will be held...
NEWS
By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,SUN STAFF | March 13, 2000
A man was killed and three other people were injured yesterday when a pickup truck crashed into the back of a car on Interstate 795 in Owings Mills, state police said. Tfc. Richard S. Hill of the Golden Ring Barracks said Paris Michelle Johns, 17, of the 6400 block of Laurel Drive in Lochearn was driving her father's 1988 Ford Escort north on I-795 near Mount Wilson Lane about 1: 25 p.m. when the engine stalled. Hill said when Johns turned on her emergency flashers and tried to restart the car, it was struck from behind by a 1991 Ford pickup driven by Harry S. Cohen, 40, of the 12500 block of Ivy Mill Road in Reisterstown.
NEWS
October 3, 1990
MOUNT AIRY - A Kentucky hospital has offered life-saving surgery to a 33-year-old mother suffering from leukemia.Susan Hornick, who is undergoing radiation therapy at Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, said Lexington Hospital has agreed to perform a bone-marrow transplant, using a partial match from her brother.Until the offer from Lexington, Hornick had planned to undergo the procedure at Seattle's Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center at a cost of $185,000.That hospital may not have accepted a partial-match donor, however, she said.
NEWS
May 13, 2005
Johns Hopkins, the merchant, banker and philanthropist, was born May 19, 1795, in Anne Arundel County. His mother and father were Quakers and owned a tobacco planation. Acting on their Quaker beliefs on abolition, his parents freed the family slaves in 1807, which caused the young Johns to leave school and help with the grueling fieldwork. As a young man, he ventured to Baltimore to help an uncle in his wholesale grocery business. Before long, Hopkins established his own wholesale grocery and other businesses.
NEWS
By ANNIE LINSKEY and ANNIE LINSKEY,SUN REPORTER | October 18, 2005
A 22-year-old worker lost his right hand yesterday when it became ensnared in a paper shredder he was operating at the Athelas Institute office in Hanover, authorities said. Dan Parks, 22, of Owings Mills was taken by helicopter to Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore and was being was being prepared for surgery at the hospital's Curtis Hand Center yesterday afternoon, according to hospital spokeswoman Debra Schindler-Kohlhepp. Parks was in stable condition. A company employee called for help at 11:52 a.m., said Capt.
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By Patricia Meisol and Patricia Meisol,Sun Staff Writer | June 10, 1994
In the first of a planned series of affiliations with community hospitals outside Baltimore, Johns Hopkins Health System and the Hopkins School of Medicine yesterday announced a long-term alliance with hospitals in Harford County.The alliance with Upper Chesapeake Health System, the parent company of Fallston General and Harford Memorial hospitals and a group of family care centers, allows the two sides to develop a variety of services, including a new full-line community health care facility in Harford County, and to bid for managed-care contracts.
NEWS
By Tricia Bishop and Robert Little, The Baltimore Sun | July 3, 2010
Three hospitals have consistently outpaced all others in Maryland in the use of stents to treat heart patients, according to data obtained by The Baltimore Sun, raising questions as state regulators examine whether the expensive procedure is performed unnecessarily by some doctors. St. Joseph Medical Center in Towson became the subject of a state investigation earlier this year after it notified 585 patients that they might have received unneeded stents to prop open their arteries.
NEWS
By Kelly Brewington and Kelly Brewington,kelly.brewington@baltsun.com | January 28, 2009
Maryland officials plan to close Baltimore's only public psychiatric hospital, relocating some patients to state facilities in Anne Arundel and Baltimore counties while forcing outpatient alcohol and drug treatment programs housed there to find new homes. The plan, detailed in Gov. Martin O'Malley's budget for next year, calls for shuttering the 51-bed in- patient facility at the Walter P. Carter Center downtown. Outpatient mental health programs, which serve thousands throughout the city, will have to move elsewhere by July 2010, when officials plan to close the center.
NEWS
August 12, 2007
Armorel "Army" Tuttle Henry, a retired Baltimore school secretary, died Tuesday of complications from old age at Levindale Hebrew Geriatric Center & Hospital in Baltimore. She was 91. Born Armorel Tuttle in Middletown, Conn., she moved to Baltimore in 1951 with her husband, Jack M. Woods. Their marriage ended in divorce. In 1959, she married Maynard B. Henry, principal of Towsontown Junior High School. She worked as a secretary for Baltimore County and Baltimore City schools until her retirement in 1971.
NEWS
By Sara Neufeld and Sara Neufeld,Sun reporter | December 27, 2006
Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore is asking the city to let it build a pad for helicopters to land on its roof, enabling the hospital to be more competitive in the care it can provide. But residents of the neighborhoods surrounding the hospital, at University Parkway and Calvert Street, are worried about the noise and safety hazards the helicopters would bring. The hospital is near a mix of high-rise apartment buildings, condominiums and single-family homes where Charles Village intersects with Oakenshawe and Guilford.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,sun reporter | September 18, 2006
Dr. Edward Matthew Rehak, a retired pathologist who was an advocate for the disabled, died of a stroke Sept. 11 at a hospital in Gainesville, Ga. The former North Baltimore resident was 82. Born in Baltimore and raised on Ellwood Avenue, he was a 1943 graduate of Loyola High School and earned a bachelor's degree from Loyola College in 1946. He received his medical education at Georgetown University. After internship and a residency at the Veterans Administration Hospital at Mount Alto in the District of Columbia, Dr. Rehak became a pathologist at Grady Memorial Hospital in Atlanta.
NEWS
By ANNIE LINSKEY and ANNIE LINSKEY,SUN REPORTER | October 18, 2005
A 22-year-old worker lost his right hand yesterday when it became ensnared in a paper shredder he was operating at the Athelas Institute office in Hanover, authorities said. Dan Parks, 22, of Owings Mills was taken by helicopter to Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore and was being was being prepared for surgery at the hospital's Curtis Hand Center yesterday afternoon, according to hospital spokeswoman Debra Schindler-Kohlhepp. Parks was in stable condition. A company employee called for help at 11:52 a.m., said Capt.
NEWS
By Washington Bureau | December 14, 1993
President Clinton has nominated Edward J. Gleiman, a congressional staff director and Baltimore native, to be chairman of the Postal Rate Commission, a panel of presidential appointees who review rate increases proposed by the U.S. Postal Service.The commission, an independent federal agency, also investigates complaints about postal rates.Mr. Gleiman, 51, has been director of the Senate Governmental Affairs Subcommittee on Federal Services, Post Office and Civil Service since 1987. The panel is responsible for legislation affecting the Postal Service.
NEWS
September 22, 2004
On Sunday, September 19, 2004 DENNIS WILLIAM MATHISON of Glen Burnie. Cherished husband of Juanita Mathison. Beloved father of Darlene Frederick. Loving grandfather of Paul and Hayley Frederick. Dear brother of Turner and Melvin Mathison and Ann Tomasek. Mr. Mathison was born October 1, 1927 in Baltimore and graduated from Catonsville High School. He served in the Korean War and earned several medals for his service to our country. For over twenty years he and his wife ran their own restaurant, The Highland Inn, in the Baltimore Highlands.
NEWS
May 13, 2005
Johns Hopkins, the merchant, banker and philanthropist, was born May 19, 1795, in Anne Arundel County. His mother and father were Quakers and owned a tobacco planation. Acting on their Quaker beliefs on abolition, his parents freed the family slaves in 1807, which caused the young Johns to leave school and help with the grueling fieldwork. As a young man, he ventured to Baltimore to help an uncle in his wholesale grocery business. Before long, Hopkins established his own wholesale grocery and other businesses.
NEWS
September 22, 2004
On Sunday, September 19, 2004 DENNIS WILLIAM MATHISON of Glen Burnie. Cherished husband of Juanita Mathison. Beloved father of Darlene Frederick. Loving grandfather of Paul and Hayley Frederick. Dear brother of Turner and Melvin Mathison and Ann Tomasek. Mr. Mathison was born October 1, 1927 in Baltimore and graduated from Catonsville High School. He served in the Korean War and earned several medals for his service to our country. For over twenty years he and his wife ran their own restaurant, The Highland Inn, in the Baltimore Highlands.
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