Recent Articles from Alissa Gulin
It has not been a good week for Baltimore’s water pipes. Or the residents who rely on them. Or the utility companies that work around them. Or the city officials tasked with fixing them. But chin up, Charm City inhabitants! There is a glimmer of hope on the horizon.
Changes to the formula for ranking nursing homes on a federal website have changed, lowering scores for many Maryland facillities.
Three years ago, Dr. Wayne Benjamin — then 67 years old — was considering retirement. He was worn out, frustrated with the daily grind of his family medicine practice and the increasing pressure to see “more and more patients in shorter and shorter” amounts of time.
Peter Franchot finally gets vindication in the Board of Public Works, while Marilyn Mosby puts her tail between her legs in her pricey office space.
BioHealth Innovation Inc. — a Rockville-based group that is a go-between for research institutions and the private sector — is expanding a partnership with the NIH that aims to make it easier to commercialize research done there.
Many people may be receiving unnecessary treatments to prevent a heart attack, according to Johns Hopkins researchers.
With Shake Shack coming to the Inner Harbor, burger lovers are our pick for best week. Our worst week pick isn't quite as juicy: subjects of tax liens.