'No Senior Eats Alone Day' Comes To Baltimore CountyThe initiative gives resources and activities to combat social isolation in older adults.
Binge Drinking Is On The Rise Among Older Americans, Study SaysCollege students have long been criticized for drinking way too much alcohol in way too short a time. But they're not the only ones. A new study finds binge drinking to be a habit among some senior citizens, too.
Hip Fractures Are Deadly For Many SeniorsA hip fracture dramatically increases an older person's risk of death.
How To Plan A Trip With Your GrandchildrenHere are five great tips towards helping you plan the best and safest trip with your loving grandchildren.
Md. Man Pleads Guilty In $1.3M Client FraudA Frederick man has pleaded guilty to wire fraud and money laundering after prosecutors say he took more than $1 million from an elderly client's annuity account.
Sen. Cardin To Attend Health Care EventSen. Ben Cardin is scheduled to meet with administrators of the Keswick Multi-Care Center in Baltimore.
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Ribbon Cutting Scheduled For Elder Care FacilityGov. Martin O'Malley is scheduled to attend the ribbon cutting for a new elder-living facility.
Metro Panel On Transit Accessibility Seeks MembersMetro is seeking new members for an advisory committee that advises on ways to improve transit for senior citizens and people with disabilities.
Senior Population Growing In Cecil CountyThe U.S. Census Bureau announced last week the nation's 2010 senior population, or those 65 years old or older, was the largest in census history and outgrew the nation's total population rate from 2000 to 2010.
Man Gets 24-Year Prison Sentence For Taxi AttacksThe U.S. Attorney's Office says a 31-year-old Washington man has been sentenced to more than 24 years in prison for attacks in 2008 against Maryland and Virginia taxi drivers who were working in the District of Columbia.
Ruppersberger Talks About Bin Laden RaidMaryland Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger says he hopes the United States can "reset" its relationship with Pakistan, because the United States still needs the country's help in the war on terrorism.