Maryland Humanities awarded $6,360 in mini grant funding to organizations in Maryland’s Capital Region, central Maryland, western Maryland and on the Eastern Shore, officials announced Monday. Mini grant recipients were The Annapolis Maritime Museum, Charles H. Flowers High School, Hearing ...Read More »
Floral Fêtes signed a lease to open at Green Spring Station, Baltimore’s largest collection of locally-owned boutiques and restaurants, officials announced Monday. The floral company will occupy a 592-square-foot space currently under renovation, including floor-to-ceiling shelving and a cooler for ...Read More »
Rockville-based CASI Pharmaceuticals Inc. announced Monday the launch of Evomela, its first commercial product for the company. Evomela, developed as high-dose conditioning treatment prior to hematopoietic progenitor (stem) cell transplant in patients with multiple myeloma, was released in China after ...Read More »
President Donald Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell are reshaping federal courts at a blazing pace, with the Senate’s confirmation of 59 judges so far this year offering a bright spot for the GOP leader who has been criticized ...Read More »
Eighty-one of the world’s top classical musicians were locked out of the symphony hall during a rancorous labor dispute. Donors deserted in droves. Faced with a massive deficit, the symphony’s board of directors raided the endowment and demanded hefty pay ...
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CLAYTON, Mo. (AP) — On the fifth anniversary of Michael Brown’s death in Ferguson, his father urged St. Louis County’s top prosecutor Friday to reopen the investigation into the white police officer who fatally shot the black and unarmed 18-year-old. ...Read More »