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By Joe Burris and Joe Burris,SUN STAFF | September 14, 2005
WASHINGTON - In the 1980s, New York City Mayor Ed Koch canvassed the five boroughs of America's attitude capital with the audacity to ask of its citizenry, "How'm I doin'?" Now Washington's Democratic Mayor Anthony Williams is posing the same question in his town - America's unsolicited-opinion capital. But unlike Koch, Williams isn't going street to street. He's launched an online Web log, known as a blog, where he conveys his vision for the district while entertaining comments in a virtually unfiltered, go-ahead-and-say-what's-on-your-mind fashion.
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | April 18, 2014
A veteran Baltimore police sergeant received probation Friday after being convicted for failing to act during an assault on a drug suspect. Sgt. Marinos N. Gialamas said that it was "a split-second decision" that had ended with him standing before a circuit court judge. "This is the last place I ever thought I'd be," the 19-year veteran said before he choked up and was unable to continue. Anthony Williams, another officer who was convicted of assault in the case, received a jail term this week.
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June 13, 2007
On June 11, 2007, EDNA LOIS (nee Westermeyer) WILLIAMS; daughter of Janett Westermeyer and the late Louis R. Westermeyer, Sr.; loving wife of Tommy Williams; devoted mother of Anthony Williams. Services are private.
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | April 16, 2014
A Baltimore judge sent a police officer to jail on Wednesday for 45 days after he was convicted of beating a drug suspect who had broken into his girlfriend's home, a rare punishment for a police misconduct case. A sheriff's deputy clicked handcuffs around Anthony Williams' wrists as his family screamed and sobbed from the public benches. Williams was led out of the court, across the busy public area of the downtown courthouse and into the lockup. The door slammed behind him. "This case was very troubling to this court," Judge M. Brooke Murdock said before handing down the sentence.
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September 23, 1994
Narcotics detectives arrested seven people -- including two juveniles -- after a raid Wednesday night at an apartment in the 7900 block of Nolpark Court, county police said yesterday.Detectives seized 1.9 grams of powder that tested positive as crack cocaine residue and $371. Detectives raided the apartment shortly before 9:30 a.m. after getting a search warrant, police said.All of those arrested were charged with possession of crack cocaine:* Deborah Ann Jones, 37, who lives at the address raided.
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January 29, 2005
Annette Williams, a homemaker and former National Security Agency clerk, died of kidney failure Jan. 22 at Catonsville Commons Nursing Home. The Cherry Hill resident was 45. Born in Baltimore and raised on West Lexington Street, she graduated from Southwestern High School in 1977. She worked briefly as a clerk at the National Security Agency at Fort Meade in the 1970s. Family members said she enjoyed attending family gatherings and listening to 1970s pop songs. "She couldn't sing, but she loved to sing," said her sister, Denise Ware of Catonsville.
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November 4, 1998
THE ELECTION of Anthony Williams as mayor of the District of Columbia, along with a predominantly white City Council for the first time ever, truly represents a new day dawning for the nation's capital.The city is in the best position in quite a while to turn itself around, get rid of the constraints of a control board in charge of its most vital decisions and re-establish a kind of most-favored-state status with Congress, given that the House and Senate exercise ultimate control.Yesterday's D.C. election is also a prelude to new alignments, interracial coalitions and the possibility of multiracial cooperation that will be the rule in the 21st century.
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November 22, 1998
" 'A Bargain for Frances' by Russell Hoban is my favorite book because in the morning, Frances gets to go outside after breakfast. Frances even goes out in the winter. She goes to tea parties. At Thelma's house Frances gets to drink tea in a real china set."- Anthony WilliamsLeith Walk Elementary"We think that 'On Beyond Zebra' is the very best Dr. Seuss book. One reason is one of the children is very funny. Another reason is one child doesn't end the alphabet with a 'z,' he ends it with a zig-zag.
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By Gregory Kane | February 6, 1999
It took a while, but newly elected Washington, D.C., Mayor Anthony Williams finally stood up to the forces of idiocy running rampant through the local government of our nation's capital. He offered David Howard his job back.Howard headed the district's Office of the Public Advocate, a position he vacated amid a swirl of rumors that he had used the dreaded N-word to a couple of black colleagues. The word Howard used was, in fact, "niggardly," which is of Scandinavian origin and means miserly and stingy.
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By Ellen Gamerman and Ellen Gamerman,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | November 4, 1998
WASHINGTON -- Anthony Williams made the end of the Marion Barry era official last night, trouncing his GOP rival with nothing glitzier than a promise of efficiency.Williams, a Democrat, resoundingly defeated Carol Schwartz in a mayoral election made extraordinary by Barry's absence after 16 years in office. Williams, 47, drew votes across racially diverse city neighborhoods and won victory with his success in balancing the city's books as the district's former chief financial officer.In his victory speech, Williams mocked his image as a humorless bean counter, staging a stiff "brief moment of exuberance" before getting back to accounting.
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | January 9, 2013
Two Baltimore police officers pleaded not guilty on Wednesday to charges leveled against them in connection with an alleged assault during an arrest. Sgt. Marinos N. Gialamas, 40, and Officer Anthony Williams, 37, are accused of assaulting Antoine Douglas Green at the home of Williams's girlfriend in October, 2011 while Green was in custody. Last April, prosecutors dropped drug, assault and burglary charges filed against Green in connection with his arrest. The two officers entered their pleas in a brief hearing at Baltimore City Circuit Court and are scheduled for trial in March.
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June 13, 2007
On June 11, 2007, EDNA LOIS (nee Westermeyer) WILLIAMS; daughter of Janett Westermeyer and the late Louis R. Westermeyer, Sr.; loving wife of Tommy Williams; devoted mother of Anthony Williams. Services are private.
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By Joe Burris and Joe Burris,SUN STAFF | September 14, 2005
WASHINGTON - In the 1980s, New York City Mayor Ed Koch canvassed the five boroughs of America's attitude capital with the audacity to ask of its citizenry, "How'm I doin'?" Now Washington's Democratic Mayor Anthony Williams is posing the same question in his town - America's unsolicited-opinion capital. But unlike Koch, Williams isn't going street to street. He's launched an online Web log, known as a blog, where he conveys his vision for the district while entertaining comments in a virtually unfiltered, go-ahead-and-say-what's-on-your-mind fashion.
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May 27, 2005
ANTHONY WILLIAM "Bill" MILLER, 59, of Bunker Hill, WV, (formerly of Linthicum, MD) died Wednesday, May 25, 2005, at his home. He is survived by his wife, Dawn Miller; daughter, Dawn Colegrove; two grandchildren; two brothers, Francis and Roy Miller; sister, Alice Blair. Preceded in death by his parents, Herman and Madeline Miller; brother, Herman Miller. Funeral Services will be held Monday, May 30 at 1 P.M. at the Gary L. Kauffman Funeral Home in Elkridge, MD. Family will receive friends at the funeral home Sunday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Condolences may be sent to the family at www. Brown Funeral Homes WV.com
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January 29, 2005
Annette Williams, a homemaker and former National Security Agency clerk, died of kidney failure Jan. 22 at Catonsville Commons Nursing Home. The Cherry Hill resident was 45. Born in Baltimore and raised on West Lexington Street, she graduated from Southwestern High School in 1977. She worked briefly as a clerk at the National Security Agency at Fort Meade in the 1970s. Family members said she enjoyed attending family gatherings and listening to 1970s pop songs. "She couldn't sing, but she loved to sing," said her sister, Denise Ware of Catonsville.
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May 28, 2003
On May 26, 2003, WILLIAM H., of New Oxford, PA, beloved husband of Beatrice E. (nee Morthland), loving father of Calvin W. and Richard L. Anthony and Alice M. Stottlemyer; also survived by seven brothers and sisters, seven grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. The family will receive friends from noon to 1 P.M. Wednesday at Nicarry Meeting House at the Brethren Community, New Oxford, PA, followed by Funeral Services. Interment with full military honors in Mt. Rose Cemetery, York, PA.
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By Richard Irwin | March 3, 2003
Police Blotter is a sampling of crimes from police reports in Baltimore City and Baltimore County. Baltimore City Western District Arrests: Police stopped a 1991 Oldsmobile in the 300 block of N. Fulton Ave. about 3 a.m. Friday, arresting its two passengers and charging the driver with operating a hack - an unlicensed cab. The passengers - Anthony Williams, 18, of the 1300 block of Stockton St. and a 15-year-old girl - were charged with illegal possession...
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