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January 5, 2005
On Sunday, January 2, 2004 FRANCES ELIZABETH (nee Parkinson) ARBAUGH, 86, of Williamsport, MD passed away. Born September 5, 1918 in Martinsburg, she was the daughter of the late Lawrence and Dolly Stucky Parkinson. Mrs. Arbaugh was a homemaker. She is survived by her husband, Charles E. Arbaugh; two daughters, Peggy Arbaugh of Baltimore, MD and Terry Miller of Kill Devil Hills, NC, a son, Charles E. Arbaugh, Jr. of Baltimore, MD; two granddaughters, Katie and Caroline Arbaugh, and numerous nieces and nephews.
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By Julie Scharper and Julie Scharper,sun reporter | August 25, 2006
Before the Dizzy Dragons spin, the Zipper zooms, the Tornado whirls or a single mouth is dusted with powdered sugar from Don's Fresh Made Funnel Cakes, there is work to be done at the Maryland State Fair. Watermelon pickles, chow chow and sauerkraut must be tasted. Hay must be sniffed. Someone must decide whether the onion sextuplets, the forked carrot or the eggplant that looks like a face is the best vegetable oddity. And coils of yarn spun from animal hair - including one made from dog fur - must be inspected for lumps and snarls.
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NEWS
March 3, 1992
John G. Arbaugh, a heating and air-conditioning account executive, died of cancer Saturday at Joseph Richey Hospice in Baltimore. He was 49 and had lived in Timonium for seven years.A Mass of Christian burial for Mr. Arbaugh was being offered today at St. Ursula's Roman Catholic Church, 8801 Harford Road in Parkville.For more than two decades, Mr. Arbaugh worked as an account executive at Johnson Controls Inc., a heating and air-conditioning company in Sparks.The Baltimore native graduated from the Polytechnic Institute in 1960.
NEWS
January 5, 2005
On Sunday, January 2, 2004 FRANCES ELIZABETH (nee Parkinson) ARBAUGH, 86, of Williamsport, MD passed away. Born September 5, 1918 in Martinsburg, she was the daughter of the late Lawrence and Dolly Stucky Parkinson. Mrs. Arbaugh was a homemaker. She is survived by her husband, Charles E. Arbaugh; two daughters, Peggy Arbaugh of Baltimore, MD and Terry Miller of Kill Devil Hills, NC, a son, Charles E. Arbaugh, Jr. of Baltimore, MD; two granddaughters, Katie and Caroline Arbaugh, and numerous nieces and nephews.
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By Dana Hedgpeth and Dana Hedgpeth,SUN STAFF | January 2, 1997
Philip Arbaugh is trading in his sometimes controversial days running Bushy Park Elementary School to train teachers and administrators full time.Today, his successor, Nancy Esmond, a principal at east Columbia's Thunderhill Elementary School for more than two years, begins as principal of the Glenwood school."
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By Del Quentin Wilber and Del Quentin Wilber,SUN STAFF | December 4, 2001
A 3-year-old boy was killed yesterday in a fire that raged through his family's Southeast Baltimore rowhouse, where police officers rushed through thick smoke to rescue two of the boy's sisters, officials said. The fire started about 11:15 a.m. in the second floor of a home in the 700 block of Fagley St., where Kevin Arbaugh, 33, and two of his daughters, Lucy Arbaugh, 4, and Tiffany Arbaugh, 1, were napping on the first floor. Police saved the girls, but the smoke was too thick for them to reach Joseph Arbaugh, 3, who had been resting upstairs.
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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | August 12, 1998
Manchester's mayor and Town Council named a college professor and retired elementary school principal as town manager last night.Philip L. Arbaugh, 50, of the 400 block of Cobb's Choice Lane in Westminster will succeed David M. Warner, who is retiring.Arbaugh was chosen from among 32 applicants, an increase from an earlier pool of 17, said Mayor Elmer C. Lippy Jr., who makes the appointment with council approval under the town's strong-mayor system."I'm happy to report after a start, and restart, that the mayor and Town Council have approved a new town manager after we sifted out four of the best of 32 candidates," Lippy said last night.
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By Judy Reilly and Judy Reilly,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 31, 1997
AFTER 14 summers, the Peach Festival sponsored by Pipe Creek Church of the Brethren in Linwood has gained a regional reputation. People come from Maryland, Pennsylvania, West Virginia and Virginia to relax on the church lawn, soak in the country atmosphere, and eat fresh peaches and ice cream.This year, the event will be held from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Aug. 9 at the church, 26 Pipe Creek Road in Union Bridge. The festival is free and wheelchair accessible.Over the years, the event has grown to more than a peaches-and-cream event.
NEWS
January 27, 1995
In an article in the Jan. 15 Carroll County edition of The Sun, John D. Myers, a former county school board member, related an incident in which a longtime friend once said that Mr. Myers would "rot in hell" after a school board vote. The story may have implied that Melvin Arbaugh, a Westminster architect who was mentioned in the next paragraph, was the person who made the statemen. He was not.* The Sun regrets the error.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | March 11, 2001
Manchester has lost its town manager, but it has a councilman willing to take on the job. Philip L. Arbaugh, a retired educator, resigned from the part-time position last week after more than two years in the job, which pays $35,000 annually. At 53, Arbaugh said he is no longer interested in working a 40-hour week. "I went there as a part-time employee, but this job really requires a full-time commitment," Arbaugh said. "I am retired, and I want to look at other opportunities. I hope they can find someone who can give it the hours needed and do a good job."
NEWS
March 28, 2004
JAMES (JIM) HEARST, 73, of Kailua, Hawaii, died February 12, 2004, after a long illness. He was a former resident of Chartwell, Severna Park. While in Baltimore, Jim worked in the field of personnel for Arundel Corp., Commercial Credit, and Blue Cross. A resident of Hawaii for 25 years, he is survived by Betty, his wife of 31 years, son Dr. John Hearst of VT, daughter Dr. Cary Hearst of co, step-son Brad Arbaugh of Kailua, and six grandchildren. A celebration of his life will be held beachside in Kailua on April 16th.
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By Sandy Alexander and Sandy Alexander,SUN STAFF | November 16, 2003
HARRINGTON, Del. - Mary Ellen Arbaugh of Taneytown held up a cherry pie she had baked from scratch and asked a small gathering what they thought. One man noticed the edge was crumbling in places. A woman pointed out the lattice top was not evenly spaced. When a slice was cut, another woman declared the crust too doughy, although the taste was good and not too tart. These were no ungracious guests. Arbaugh's audience was supposed to be critical. They were among 40 people who recently attended the Maryland Association of Agricultural Fairs and Shows' judging school at the Delaware State Fairgrounds in Harrington.
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By Del Quentin Wilber and Del Quentin Wilber,SUN STAFF | December 4, 2001
A 3-year-old boy was killed yesterday in a fire that raged through his family's Southeast Baltimore rowhouse, where police officers rushed through thick smoke to rescue two of the boy's sisters, officials said. The fire started about 11:15 a.m. in the second floor of a home in the 700 block of Fagley St., where Kevin Arbaugh, 33, and two of his daughters, Lucy Arbaugh, 4, and Tiffany Arbaugh, 1, were napping on the first floor. Police saved the girls, but the smoke was too thick for them to reach Joseph Arbaugh, 3, who had been resting upstairs.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | March 11, 2001
Manchester has lost its town manager, but it has a councilman willing to take on the job. Philip L. Arbaugh, a retired educator, resigned from the part-time position last week after more than two years in the job, which pays $35,000 annually. At 53, Arbaugh said he is no longer interested in working a 40-hour week. "I went there as a part-time employee, but this job really requires a full-time commitment," Arbaugh said. "I am retired, and I want to look at other opportunities. I hope they can find someone who can give it the hours needed and do a good job."
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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | December 29, 2000
Manchester will go drilling for water again, thanks to a grant from the Carroll County commissioners. Town Manager Philip L. Arbaugh said $25,000 for water exploration has been awarded to the town through the county's Economic Development Trust Fund. "That's a real nice Christmas present," Mayor Christopher B. D'Amario said after the announcement earlier this month. "In the last five years, I bet we've drilled close to eight to 10 wells," the mayor said. "Every time you punch a hole, it's about $10,000, so it's very costly to look for water.
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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | April 12, 2000
Manchester Town Council was scheduled to introduce an ordinance launching the procedure to pass its 2000-2001 budget, which is expected to be adopted next month. A public hearing on the new spending plan is set for 8 p.m. May 9. The proposed budget totals about $1.9 million. The general budget is estimated to be slightly more than $1 million with an additional $347,000 for water and $486,400 for sewer costs. The budget is likely to be adopted after the public hearing. The proposal would keep Manchester's tax rate at 46 cents per $100 of assessed value, said Town Manager Philip L. Arbaugh.
NEWS
July 30, 1997
A Pasadena man was arrested on assault charges Monday after he allegedly punched his fiancee during an argument about signing a prenuptial agreement, county police said.Thomas Neidert, 24, of the 4600 block of Mountain Road told police the dispute began about 7: 30 p.m. when his fiancee, Patricia Arbaugh, smacked him in the face with the papers.Arbaugh told police Neidert punched her in the left leg, pushed her in the stomach and stabbed her with a pen in the left leg during the argument.
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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | October 4, 1998
For Philip L. Arbaugh, Manchester's new town manager and a former elementary school principal, running a town isn't much different from running a school.After a month in his new job, the longtime educator observed: "I spent 27 years as a manager, basically what I'm doing now, but instead of talking about kids reading, I'm talking about drilling wells. But I'm still talking to people and trying to solve problems."He's found more similarities than differences, he said. Sometimes the town office -- like the principal's office -- "is one of those environments where people who come here are not always happy.
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,SUN STAFF | September 22, 1999
Henry L. Blevins, a Westminster developer who operated as Manchester Land Development Inc. in 1994, is suing the town of Manchester, charging that officials cost him millions of dollars by blocking his development of three subdivisions.The lawsuit filed this month in Carroll County Circuit Court by James A. Mogey, an Annapolis attorney representing Blevins, seeks $30 million in damages.In his suit, Blevins said the town blocked the development of 164 lots by "changing rules and specifications without notice" and by requiring him to perform work and procure materials that were not called for in the original public works agreement.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | September 12, 1999
EMMITSBURG -- A star is born. Oops, better make that plural, stars are born.Chris Wright, a Mount St. Joseph sophomore who until five days ago had never run in a cross country meet, and the girls from Notre Dame Prep had a big day at the Peter Geraghty Cross Country Invitational yesterday.Finding the 5K (3.1-mile) course at Mount St. Mary's to their liking, Wright took on the top-rated boys team in the area, Westminster, and won breezing while NDP hit the competition with its flying wedge of runners and took team honors convincingly.
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