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Camera footage captured by area security cameras show a youth throwing a rock in Northwest Baltimore. (Photo provided)
BY JT Staff Report
July 19, 2013

There have been at least four rocks (usually pieces of concrete) thrown through car windows in the last three weeks in Northwest Baltimore, according to a report by Shomrim. The first three were parked cars with no owners present. The fourth had a driver injured. All of the incidents took place between approximately 9 and 10 p.m. CONTINUE »

BY Anna Harwood
July 18, 2013

Haifa and Baltimore lie on opposite sides of the ocean. While Baltimore’s harbor shops draw residents on a lazy Sunday afternoon, it is Haifa’s miles of beaches and coastline that bring in the warm-weather crowds. And while Baltimore is home to a generally flat topography, Haifa sits on the edge of the Carmel mountain range CONTINUE »

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BY David Snyder
July 18, 2013

“Everything is going to be wonderful.” Those six words were a phrase often dispensed by Herbert A. Caplan. No matter the situation, no matter the challenge, Caplan always had a knack for being the eternal optimist. It was rare to see him without a smile. Kindness, generosity and that res-ounding positive attitude are what propelled CONTINUE »

Program brings health officials, students from around the world to Israel to discuss emerging global issues
BY Marc Shapiro
July 18, 2013

For the second summer in a row, Johns Hopkins University and Tel Aviv University officials are collaborating to study, discuss and research disease and medicine. The second annual Summer Institute of Advanced Epidemiology and Preventative Medicine at Tel Aviv University, which started on July 7, is under way until July 26. “The Summer Institute at CONTINUE »

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Walk/run to benefit Hadassah cancer prevention program
BY David Snyder
July 18, 2013

The prospect of getting a crowd of teenagers to pipe down and focus can be a challenging task. However, when Jill Mull addresses dozens of 11th- and 12th-grade girls, she says it’s quiet enough to hear a pin drop. Mull is one of several breast cancer survivors who volunteer to speakin front of female high CONTINUE »