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June 30, 2003
On Saturday June 28, 2003 CONCETTA (nee Serio) beloved wife of the late Vincent Aquia, loving mother of Salvatore Aquia, Rosa Matsay, Lorenza and Joseph Aquia, cherished grandmother of three loving grandchildrenRelatives and friends are invited to call at the Witzke Funeral Home of Catonsville Inc., 1630 Edmondson Ave. (1mi West of Beltway exit 14) on Monday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Tuesday at St. Marks Catholic Church, time to be announced.
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March 28, 2005
Suddenly on March 25, 2005, SALVATORE AQUIA past MD. State and National Prep Wrestling Champion, B.S. U of MD., Class of '03; Arch. Curley H.S., Class of '97, beloved son of Salvatore and Rosalina (nee Andracchio) Aquia Jr., dear brother of Antonio and Elisabetta Aquia and their significant others, Karen and Kevin, loving nephew of Federico and Carmela Andracchio, Bruno and Maria Feudale of Italy and Rose Bellock of Ohio, dear grandson of Elisabetta Andracchio of Italy and the late Bruno Andracchio and the late Salvatore and Salvatrice Aquia, dear cousin of Bruno, Gianni, Gina, Giovanni, Alessandro and Lucia, significant other of Nicole Paul, dearest friend of Pierino, Sharon, Pierino Jr., Delio and Lisa Pennacchia, Compari Pasquale and Caterina Pupo and Nicholas Commodari, and also survived by countless loving family and friends.
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March 28, 2005
Suddenly on March 25, 2005, SALVATORE AQUIA past MD. State and National Prep Wrestling Champion, B.S. U of MD., Class of '03; Arch. Curley H.S., Class of '97, beloved son of Salvatore and Rosalina (nee Andracchio) Aquia Jr., dear brother of Antonio and Elisabetta Aquia and their significant others, Karen and Kevin, loving nephew of Federico and Carmela Andracchio, Bruno and Maria Feudale of Italy and Rose Bellock of Ohio, dear grandson of Elisabetta Andracchio of Italy and the late Bruno Andracchio and the late Salvatore and Salvatrice Aquia, dear cousin of Bruno, Gianni, Gina, Giovanni, Alessandro and Lucia, significant other of Nicole Paul, dearest friend of Pierino, Sharon, Pierino Jr., Delio and Lisa Pennacchia, Compari Pasquale and Caterina Pupo and Nicholas Commodari, and also survived by countless loving family and friends.
NEWS
March 26, 2005
ANNE ARUNDEL Package that touched off alarm contained cosmetic A suspicious package that was delivered to Fort Meade on Thursday and initially tested positive for "a possible hazardous substance" was later found to contain facial cream, an Army spokeswoman said. A commercial delivery service that was not identified took the package to the western Anne Arundel County military facility at about 3 p.m. Thursday, Army officials said. An oily substance discovered inside touched off a series of calls to area fire and hospital officials, and the positive finding prompted physical checkups for the driver and anyone who came in contact with the package.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 4, 1996
Third-ranked Curley won the war against Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A rival Loyola, 51-12, but the visiting Dons won a key battle at 145 pounds.The Friars (4-0, 2-0) led the Dons (6-1, 0-1) by 30-6 after Loyola's first of just three wins, a second-period pin by Keith Lilly (140, 13-3).Then came a marquee bout between Curley's No. 4 Sal Aquia (145, 13-1) and Dave Riley (16-1, 13 pins), the latter up from 140. Aquia had allowed just nine points entering the bout, and led 2-0 after a takedown.
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 24, 1997
McDonogh's Will Filbert and Curley's Sal Aquia finished first in their weight classes and Mount St. Joseph's Dan Mattson third among local private school wrestlers who competed in Saturday's National Preps Tournament at Lehigh University.Filbert (103 pounds), Aquia (160) and Mattson (145) are all state private schools state champions. Filbert and Aquia are ranked No. 1 in the state by the Maryland State Wrestling Association, and Mattson No. 2.Also finishing third were Calvert Hall's Chris Hanlon (103)
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By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | January 8, 1997
Long after many of his teammates have hit the showers -- that's when the real work begins for Sal Aquia. For that's when the senior plants his back against a matted wall in Archbishop Curley's wrestling room and makes the most progress.He'll execute 100 stand-ups, the standard escape maneuver from the bottom referee's position. He'll execute 200 sprawls, the most common counter to an opponent's double- or single-leg take-down attack.Aquia's muscular 160-pound physique -- he's trimmed 23 pounds off a beefy frame that ballooned to 183 during the summer -- helps him to endure grueling workouts with coaching assistants Dan Lopez, Etienne Mizczak and older brother Tony Aquia, said coach Alan Gebhart.
NEWS
By John B. O'Donnell and John B. O'Donnell,SUN STAFF | April 3, 1998
Concerned that the signature of a dead man appears on some project documents, Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke criticized the city housing department yesterday for providing incomplete information when it sought approval to spend $250,000 on the rehabilitation of two rowhouses. He said he wants construction held up until he gets answers."I certainly didn't have all the information that I would have needed" when Housing Commissioner Daniel P. Henson III asked the Board of Estimates to approve the deal, Schmoke said.
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By Allison Klein and Allison Klein,SUN STAFF | September 10, 2002
The latest skirmish in an eight-year battle between two factions in Little Italy began playing out in a Baltimore courtroom yesterday, as the president of the neighborhood's community organization sued his nemeses for $500,000. Plaintiff Roberto Marsili, president of the Little Italy Community Organization, accused community residents Rosa Aquia and her daughter Gia Blatterman of making false accusations against him, court documents show. He also contends that they have "abused" the civil justice process by bringing a harassment suit and other legal action against him. Aquia and Blatterman argue that Marsili's suit is a "malicious prosecution action."
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By Laurie Willis and Laurie Willis,SUN STAFF | February 9, 2002
After a monthlong investigation, city police yesterday confiscated 41 guns -- including two that are banned in Maryland and four that were loaded -- from a Southeast Baltimore home. Patrick Aquia, 36, was arrested at the scene and charged with weapons violations, including possession of banned weapons, illegal interstate transport, reckless endangerment and failure to secure the weapons in the presence of a minor, said Col. Robert M. Stanton, chief of detectives. At 6 a.m., police assisted by agents of the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms and city housing authority detectives entered an apartment above Sherry's Bar at 238 S. Broadway and found 16 handguns, five shotguns, 20 assault weapons and rifles, and large amounts of ammunition and body armor, Stanton said.
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By Jessica Bylander and Jessica Bylander,Special to baltimoresun.com | March 25, 2005
A Rosedale area man was struck and killed early this morning on Interstate 795 in Owings Mills after he and the driver of the vehicle he was riding in got into a dispute, during which both men got out and ran along the roadway, according to Maryland State Police. Authorities said Salvatore Aquia, 26, was struck by a tractor-trailer and a pickup truck around 5:25 a.m. at Mount Wilson Lane as he allegedly ran in and out of traffic, at one point pulling the antenna off a vehicle that swerved and stopped to avoid him and striking the car with the antenna.
NEWS
June 30, 2003
On Saturday June 28, 2003 CONCETTA (nee Serio) beloved wife of the late Vincent Aquia, loving mother of Salvatore Aquia, Rosa Matsay, Lorenza and Joseph Aquia, cherished grandmother of three loving grandchildrenRelatives and friends are invited to call at the Witzke Funeral Home of Catonsville Inc., 1630 Edmondson Ave. (1mi West of Beltway exit 14) on Monday 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Tuesday at St. Marks Catholic Church, time to be announced.
NEWS
By Kiran Krishnamurthy and Kiran Krishnamurthy,RICHMOND TIMES-DISPATCH | September 30, 2002
STAFFORD, Va. - Slaves and free men toiled long days on a small island on Aquia Creek, quarrying the sandstone that was used to build the White House and the Capitol. More than 200 years later, Stafford County officials hope to open Government Island to the public, showcasing the place from which, quite literally, the foundations of government were hewn. "I'm just delighted it's come into its own and is being saved," said Jane Henderson Conner, a retired Stafford teacher who has led the effort to preserve the island.
NEWS
By Allison Klein and Allison Klein,SUN STAFF | September 20, 2002
A simmering, eight-year feud in Little Italy culminated yesterday when a Baltimore jury awarded the community association president more than $163,000, finding that his neighborhood nemeses conspired against him. "They tried to make me look like a bad person and they failed," said plaintiff Roberto Marsili, president of the Little Italy Community Organization. "They tried to dirty me up. I may be a little bit rough sometimes but I'm not a bad person." The eight-member jury found that community residents Rosa Aquia, 78, and her daughter Gia Blatterman, 55, conspired, then maliciously prosecuted Marsili by bringing an erroneous harassment suit and other legal action against him. The jury listened to eight days of testimony in Baltimore Circuit Court, which included heated exchanges, accusations, name-calling and an appearance by Orioles Hall of Fame pitcher Jim Palmer.
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By Allison Klein and Allison Klein,SUN STAFF | September 19, 2002
After listening to eight days of testimony detailing a nasty, longstanding skirmish in Little Italy, Baltimore jurors began deliberating last night about whether to award $1 million in damages to the president of the neighborhood association. Plaintiff Roberto Marsili, president of the Little Italy Community Organization, sued community residents Rosa Aquia and her daughter Gia Blatterman for malicious prosecution and abuse of process, saying they brought an erroneous harassment suit and other legal action against him. The case, heard in Baltimore Circuit Court, was punctuated by heated testimony, accusations, name-calling and an appearance by Orioles Hall of Fame pitcher Jim Palmer.
NEWS
By Allison Klein and Allison Klein,SUN STAFF | September 10, 2002
The latest skirmish in an eight-year battle between two factions in Little Italy began playing out in a Baltimore courtroom yesterday, as the president of the neighborhood's community organization sued his nemeses for $500,000. Plaintiff Roberto Marsili, president of the Little Italy Community Organization, accused community residents Rosa Aquia and her daughter Gia Blatterman of making false accusations against him, court documents show. He also contends that they have "abused" the civil justice process by bringing a harassment suit and other legal action against him. Aquia and Blatterman argue that Marsili's suit is a "malicious prosecution action."
NEWS
By John B. O'Donnell and John B. O'Donnell,SUN STAFF | April 10, 1998
Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke gave the green light yesterday to resumption of work on two Little Italy rowhouses for which the city is providing $250,000, saying that the issue of a dead man's signature on some documents was not as significant as he had thought originally.On April 2, Schmoke said he wanted construction halted until he got answers. He said he was also troubled by the Department of Housing and Community Development request for his approval for the deal even though one of the houses did not have the proper zoning.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 8, 1997
Coming off Tuesday's two-point loss to No. 1 Mount St. Joseph in which it had a 7-6 edge in bouts won, No. 5 Archbishop Curley was a little ticked off as a team.The Friars (9-1 league) took out their frustrations yesterday at No. 10 Boys' Latin (7-3), getting pins from Mike Frey (112), No. 4 Paul Boettcher (135), and a major decision from Greg Dennis (145) to win an interdivisional Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association match, 31-22.However, Mount St. Joseph (13-0, 10-0) clinched the league title with its 48-13 win over Gilman last night.
NEWS
By Laurie Willis and Laurie Willis,SUN STAFF | February 9, 2002
After a monthlong investigation, city police yesterday confiscated 41 guns -- including two that are banned in Maryland and four that were loaded -- from a Southeast Baltimore home. Patrick Aquia, 36, was arrested at the scene and charged with weapons violations, including possession of banned weapons, illegal interstate transport, reckless endangerment and failure to secure the weapons in the presence of a minor, said Col. Robert M. Stanton, chief of detectives. At 6 a.m., police assisted by agents of the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms and city housing authority detectives entered an apartment above Sherry's Bar at 238 S. Broadway and found 16 handguns, five shotguns, 20 assault weapons and rifles, and large amounts of ammunition and body armor, Stanton said.
NEWS
By Laurie Willis and Laurie Willis,SUN STAFF | January 2, 2000
A Little Italy rowhouse at the center of dispute two years ago sustained about $50,000 in damage yesterday in an early morning fire. No one was injured in the blaze, which was caused by unattended incense burning on the third floor, according to the Baltimore fire department, which responded to the alarm at 5: 22 a.m. The house, at 227 S. High St., was rehabilitated into four apartments in 1998 after former Housing Commissioner Daniel P. Henson III...
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