Education, Sci-Tech

Chesapeake High School teacher recognized by Maryland Society for Educational Technology

TOWSON, MD—Justin Patterson, interactive media production teacher at Chesapeake High School in Essex, is being honored by the Maryland Society for Educational Technology with a Digital Learning Showcase for September 2022. Chesapeake High School boasts state-of-the-art media production facilities thanks to a grant from the Johns Hopkins University’s Applied Physics Lab. The Digital Learning Showcase highlights Patterson’s work in teaching …


Obituaries

Longtime Perry Hall resident who gave guided tours of Baltimore dies

PERRY HALL, MD—A retired Baltimore teacher who gave guided tours of the city has died. Wayne R. Schaumburg, a longtime Perry Hall resident, enjoyed giving walking tours of Green Mount Cemetery and tracing the path of the Great Baltimore Fire of 1904 by bus and foot.  He died of pancreatic cancer this week at his home in Ocean View, Delaware. …


Neurological rehabilitation and manufacturing company relocating headquarters from Harbor East to White Marsh

WHITE MARSH, MD—Restorative Therapies, Inc., a company founded by a Johns Hopkins University professor to improve outcomes with patients dealing with spinal cord injuries and other neurological issues, is relocating its corporate headquarters from Harbor East in Baltimore City to White Marsh. MacKenzie Commercial Real Estate Services represented both sides and brokered the 17,585 square foot lease with Kenwood Management …

Overlea High School educator selected as finalist for 2022-2023 BCPS Teacher of the Year

NOTTINGHAM, MD—Six school-based educators from across Baltimore County have been selected as this year’s finalists for the BCPS Teacher of the Year. The finalists were chosen from among 157 school teacher of the year nominees by a committee composed of BCPS administrators, staff, students, TABCO (Teachers Association of Baltimore County) representation, and current BCPS Teacher of the Year and Maryland …

Governor Hogan announces Maryland Cancer Moonshot: $216M in investments in cancer centers, cutting-edge research of treatments and cures

ANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Larry Hogan this week announced a new Maryland Cancer Moonshot initiative to expand and accelerate cancer detection, screening, prevention, treatment, and research in the state. The state is committing $216 million in investments as a down payment to jump-start the initiative, including the first-ever comprehensive cancer center in Prince George’s County. “The reality is that cancer is a …

Ryan Nawrocki announces House of Delegates bid to bring ‘common sense values’ to Annapolis

MIDDLE RIVER, MD—On Monday, lifelong Baltimore County resident Ryan Nawrocki announced his candidacy to bring a “common sense conservative voice to the people of northern and eastern Baltimore County” as the next Delegate from District 7A. “I’m running for state delegate because Baltimore County residents deserve a real conservative voice who will represent their interests in the state legislature,” said …

Gov. Hogan on rising hospitalizations: ‘This is not March 2020, use common sense’

ANNAPOLIS, MD—With Maryland surpassing 2,000 COVID-19 hospitalizations statewide, Governor Larry Hogan on Wednesday provided Marylanders with an update regarding ongoing emergency actions: “As we have been projecting, our statewide COVID-19 hospitalizations have now reached record levels and surpassed 2,000. “With hospitalizations and deaths our primary focus, we have already taken a number of emergency actions in preparation for this surge. …

Governor Hogan outlines Maryland’s preparedness efforts for COVID-19 Omicron variant [VIDEO]

ANNAPOLIS, MD—Following the first confirmed U.S. case of the COVID-19 Omicron variant, Governor Larry Hogan on Wednesday detailed Maryland’s preparedness efforts. “The single most important thing you can do to maintain your immunity against this virus and its variants is to get your booster shot,” said Governor Hogan. “Throughout this entire year, we have repeatedly stressed that we are in …