It’s a hidden danger that’s affected the health of thousands of Baltimore City children — hazardous lead in paint and other items in homes. Now there’s a multi-million dollar effort to eliminate lead paint dangers.
Maryland’s housing chief has suggested that parents might deliberately poison their children with lead in order to secure housing benefits.
A Baltimore City woman who suffered permanent brain damage after being exposed to lead paint as a child is awarded a major settlement.
Older homes in older cities mean a higher risk of lead poisoning. Children are especially at risk of lead poisoning. Now the Environmental Protection Agency is taking another step to keep Baltimore’s children safe.
Baltimore City Health Department has issued a violation notice to two businesses prohibiting the sale of children’s jewelry that were identified with high levels of lead.
State health officials say a Hyattsville company is recalling a spice product called akanwu lubi after significant levels of lead were found in some samples.
Maryland Sen. Ben Cardin says a new report shows military exposure to lead is a health hazard.
Prominent Maryland lobbyist Bruce Bereano has been fined $13,000 for lead paint violations at two Anne Arundel County rental properties.
A landlord who manages about 175 rental units throughout Baltimore has been sentenced to a year in prison for lead-paint violations.
More than 500 Maryland children are suffering from lead poisoning–the lowest number in years. But a new study shows there’s still lots of work to be done.
Looking for lead. A group of Harford County homeowners is searching for the source of lead that’s seeped into their tap water.
Vladimir Guerrero drew his first walk of the season, putting Brad Bergesen in line for his first victory.