Tag: Johns Hopkins Hospital

“The Pace of My Consideration” to open at Maryland Hall

“The Pace of My Consideration” to open at Maryland Hall

| March 3, 2016 | 0 Comments

Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts is featuring the thesis project of Jennifer Melvin of Maryland Institute College of Art, Baltimore, Maryland, titled “The Pace of My Consideration”  The curatorial thesis project features the works of Don Cook, who died suddenly in 2010.  Mr. Cook lived and worked in Annapolis for many years.. Don Cook […]

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Fringe Festival brings much needed vibe to Annapolis

Fringe Festival brings much needed vibe to Annapolis

| September 28, 2015 | 1 Comment

Saturday night was magical. The only car in sight was being spray painted by kids. People were roaming the streets with cocktails in hand. A woman was shaking her nearly-naked boobs in the parking lot of Stan and Joe’s Saloon. The Anne Arundel Medical Center had their giant inflatable colon occupying the alleyway between El […]

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Schuh announces ‘JumpStart Anne Arundel’ program

Schuh announces ‘JumpStart Anne Arundel’ program

| May 9, 2015 | 0 Comments

During his 2015 Budget Address, Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh unveiled his “JumpStart Anne Arundel” Capital Funding Program The program is designed to accelerate school construction, road repairs and water access, as well as expand the county’s bike trails, water access, and regional park network.  “We have these problems because we are a growing […]

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Library events galore for Mother’s Day

Library events galore for Mother’s Day

| May 5, 2015 | 0 Comments

Kids will be able to take home a handmade card or craft for mom, grandma or someone special this Mother’s Day if they attend any of eight events across the Anne Arundel County Public Library (AACPL) system next week. In addition to making crafts, kids who attend Mother’s Day events at the Annapolis, Brooklyn Park […]

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Still time to register online for SPCA’s Walk for the Animals

Still time to register online for SPCA’s Walk for the Animals

| May 2, 2015 | 0 Comments

Tomorrow, May 3rd the SPCA of Anne Arundel County will celebrate its 24th annual Walk & Run for the Animals event at Quiet Waters Park from 8am to 1pm. Last year’s event saw over 2,000 participants along with their four-legged companions, and even more are expected this year to help the SPCA reach the goal […]

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1 dead, 5 injured after Route 50 accident in Annapolis

1 dead, 5 injured after Route 50 accident in Annapolis

| May 1, 2015 | 1 Comment

The Anne Arundel County Fire Department responded to an accident on Route 50 eastbound between Route 665 and the West Street (MD450) exit around 12:50 pm. They located a single vehicle that  had rolled over several times. An adult female was ejected and deceased at the scene. Additionally, a 35 year old female was transported to Johns Hopkins […]

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Motorcycle Ride for Life scheduled for May 9th

Motorcycle Ride for Life scheduled for May 9th

| April 27, 2015 | 0 Comments

The Pregnancy Clinic will host the 1st Ride for Life, a 90-mile scenic motorcycle ride, on Saturday May 9th, 2015. The Ride for Life raises funds and awareness for the work of the Pregnancy Clinic, a faith-based, medical non-profit, offering a comprehensive range of totally free services including pregnancy testing, ultrasound, STD/HIV testing, counseling, community resources, […]

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Toddler burned in Light House shelter fire

Toddler burned in Light House shelter fire

| March 29, 2015 | 1 Comment

A small fire in an apartment at the Light House shelter on Hudson Street has sent a 4 year old to Johns Hopkins Hospital Pediatric Intensive Care unit in Baltimore with sever burns on his chest.  The toddler was flown from the scene shortly before 11:00am this morning.  Fire crews were able to quickly extinguish the blaze […]

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O’Malley lays out Ebola plans

O’Malley lays out Ebola plans

| November 2, 2014 | 1 Comment

[do action=”schuh”/] Governor Martin O’Malley announced late in October that Maryland health and hospital officials have agreed upon a coordinated strategy for caring for potential Ebola patients. No cases of Ebola have been diagnosed in Maryland to date. Under the strategy (1) all hospital emergency departments in the state will continue to be prepared to evaluate […]

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Firefighters respond to 3 drowning, near-drowning incidents yesterday

Firefighters respond to 3 drowning, near-drowning incidents yesterday

| July 8, 2014 | 1 Comment

Anne Arundel County firefighters responded to three unrelated drowning and near-drowning incidents on Monday, resulting in two fatalities. The first incident occurred just after 1:30 Monday afternoon at Elks Camp Barrett in the 1000 block of Chesterfield Road in Crownsville. In this incident, a nine year old male was removed from the pool unconscious and […]

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Love, Loss, And Luca

Love, Loss, And Luca

| November 11, 2013 | 0 Comments

The Love for Luca organization along with the Assante and Lubrano families of Annapolis are saddened to announce that the namesake of the Love for Luca organization gained his wings on the evening on November 6, 2013. Luca Assante was 6-years-old and had been battling cancer including rabdomysarcoma and most recently leukemia, since he was 2-years-old. Luca had […]

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Johns Hopkins Medicine And Anne Arundel Health System Collaborate To Expand Odenton Medical Site

Johns Hopkins Medicine And Anne Arundel Health System Collaborate To Expand Odenton Medical Site

| March 28, 2011 | 0 Comments

Johns Hopkins Medicine (JHM) and Anne Arundel Health System (AAHS) are announcing plans to expand health services in western Anne Arundel County by jointly developing a 60,000-square-foot medical office building in Odenton, Md. The building is scheduled to open by the end of 2012 or early 2013. The $14 million project will augment primary care […]

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6 Injured In Glen Burnie Fire

6 Injured In Glen Burnie Fire

| January 3, 2010 | 0 Comments

Infant Hospitalize With Life Threatening Injuries Six people were injured in a fire in Glen Burnie this afternoon including a toddler who is at Johns Hopkins Hospital with life threatening injuries. Careless cooking appears to be the cause of a fire that injured six people at The Willows Apartments in Glen Burnie this afternoon. A […]

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