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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | April 4, 2014
A science teacher at Archbishop Curley High School accused of engaging in sexual activity with a student was charged Friday with sexual abuse of a minor. Lynette Nicole Trotta, 33, is being held in jail on a $100,000 bail; her initial bail had been $250,000 but was reduced by a judge. She has also been suspended from work. School officials learned about the allegations from a librarian on Tuesday and worked with police to investigate, according to a statement released by the Catholic Archdiocese of Baltimore.
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | April 4, 2014
A science teacher at Archbishop Curley High School accused of engaging in sexual activity with a student was charged Friday with sexual abuse of a minor. Lynette Nicole Trotta, 33, is being held in jail on a $100,000 bail; her initial bail had been $250,000 but was reduced by a judge. She has also been suspended from work. School officials learned about the allegations from a librarian on Tuesday and worked with police to investigate, according to a statement released by the Catholic Archdiocese of Baltimore.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | October 7, 2011
Thomas Louis "Pep" Perrella, a schools caterer and former Archbishop Curley soccer coach and player, died of pancreatic cancer Sept. 25 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 59 and lived in Overlea. The Baltimore native grew up on Kentucky Avenue. A childhood baseball coach named him "Pepper" or "Pep" after Pepper Martin, the 1930s St. Louis Cardinals base stealer. Before graduating from Archbishop Curley High School in 1970, he scored a soccer goal to secure the school's first Maryland Scholastic Association championship.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | February 23, 2012
The Rev. Thomas Walsh, a Franciscan friar and pastor of a Rosedale congregation who had been the longest-serving Archbishop Curley High School religious faculty member, died of a heart attack Saturday at Union Memorial Hospital. He was 60. The pastor of the Roman Catholic Church of the Annunciation, he had spent more than 25 years as a teacher and guidance counselor at the Northeast Baltimore boys school, which will be closed Friday to honor his life and to allow students to attend his funeral.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | March 9, 2011
E. Patrick Moloney, a banker turned educator who passed on to generations of Archbishop Curley High School students his enthusiasm and passion for American and Maryland history, died Saturday of congestive heart failure at Stella Maris Hospice in Timonium. The longtime Northeast Baltimore resident was 79. Mr. Moloney, the son of a Baltimore police officer and a homemaker, was born Edward Patrick Moloney in Baltimore and raised in the city's Bel Air-Edison neighborhood. "He never used his first name," said his wife of 33 years, the former Rose Dagostaro.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | February 23, 2012
The Rev. Thomas Walsh, a Franciscan friar and pastor of a Rosedale congregation who had been the longest-serving Archbishop Curley High School religious faculty member, died of a heart attack Saturday at Union Memorial Hospital. He was 60. The pastor of the Roman Catholic Church of the Annunciation, he had spent more than 25 years as a teacher and guidance counselor at the Northeast Baltimore boys school, which will be closed Friday to honor his life and to allow students to attend his funeral.
SPORTS
By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | January 6, 2011
Eric Franklin and Jerome Junior have stayed in touch since leaving Archbishop Curley High School to play college football. Their families remained friendly as well, so when Junior's father, Jerome Sr., texted Eric's father, Kevin, last Sunday afternoon, it did not come as a surprise. Yet the message seemed to jump off the screen: UCONN COACH COMING TO MARYLAND "I said, 'What?," the elder Franklin recalled. Junior's father was waiting to leave Arizona, where his son, a starting safety on the Connecticut football team, had played Saturday night in a 48-20 loss to Oklahoma in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.
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By Nick Madigan, The Baltimore Sun | July 14, 2011
A 41-year-old friar and former teacher at Baltimore's Archbishop Curley High School was arrested this week in Connecticut and charged with inappropriate conduct with a child, according to police. Michael Miller, a member of the Conventual Franciscan Friars, was charged Tuesday with risking injury, impairing the morals of a minor and attempted acts of obscenity, according to the Berlin, Conn., Police Department. He was freed in lieu of $150,000 bail and was ordered to appear in court in Berlin on July 26. Officials at Archbishop Curley High School confirmed Thursday that Miller taught religion there in the mid-1990s and again between 2003 and 2006.
NEWS
September 3, 2004
On August 30, 2004, PHILIP G. beloved son of Rita C. Hennessy Dill and the late Francis K. Dill, Sr., devoted brother of Paul H. Dill, Francis K. Dill, Jr., Mary Pat Clark, Joanne Morgan, Regina Brown, John J. Dill and Thomas X. Dill. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. A Memorial Mass will be celebrated at St. Stephen Church (Bradshaw) on Saturday at 11 A.M. Contributions may be made to Archbishop Curley High School, Mount St. Joseph High School or the American Cancer Society.
FEATURES
April 24, 1994
Jennifer Stuckert of Odenton and Patricia DeWitt Rayfield of Severna Park, both students at Anne Arundel Community College, are among some 200 interns from 41 states selected to work at the White House this spring.*Ty Roberts, son of Jim and Priscilla Roberts of Woodley Road and a member of the Archbishop Curley High School Concert Band and Jazz Ensemble, has been accepted as a member of the 1994 Spirit of America National Honor Band Performing Tour of Europe.*Troy L. Simmons, a student in Baltimore City Community College's Emergency Medical Services Program, has been awarded the First Sergeant Vernon Z. Scholarship by the Vietnam Veterans of America, Chapter No. 451.@
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | October 7, 2011
Thomas Louis "Pep" Perrella, a schools caterer and former Archbishop Curley soccer coach and player, died of pancreatic cancer Sept. 25 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 59 and lived in Overlea. The Baltimore native grew up on Kentucky Avenue. A childhood baseball coach named him "Pepper" or "Pep" after Pepper Martin, the 1930s St. Louis Cardinals base stealer. Before graduating from Archbishop Curley High School in 1970, he scored a soccer goal to secure the school's first Maryland Scholastic Association championship.
NEWS
By Nick Madigan, The Baltimore Sun | July 14, 2011
A 41-year-old friar and former teacher at Baltimore's Archbishop Curley High School was arrested this week in Connecticut and charged with inappropriate conduct with a child, according to police. Michael Miller, a member of the Conventual Franciscan Friars, was charged Tuesday with risking injury, impairing the morals of a minor and attempted acts of obscenity, according to the Berlin, Conn., Police Department. He was freed in lieu of $150,000 bail and was ordered to appear in court in Berlin on July 26. Officials at Archbishop Curley High School confirmed Thursday that Miller taught religion there in the mid-1990s and again between 2003 and 2006.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | March 9, 2011
E. Patrick Moloney, a banker turned educator who passed on to generations of Archbishop Curley High School students his enthusiasm and passion for American and Maryland history, died Saturday of congestive heart failure at Stella Maris Hospice in Timonium. The longtime Northeast Baltimore resident was 79. Mr. Moloney, the son of a Baltimore police officer and a homemaker, was born Edward Patrick Moloney in Baltimore and raised in the city's Bel Air-Edison neighborhood. "He never used his first name," said his wife of 33 years, the former Rose Dagostaro.
SPORTS
By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | January 6, 2011
Eric Franklin and Jerome Junior have stayed in touch since leaving Archbishop Curley High School to play college football. Their families remained friendly as well, so when Junior's father, Jerome Sr., texted Eric's father, Kevin, last Sunday afternoon, it did not come as a surprise. Yet the message seemed to jump off the screen: UCONN COACH COMING TO MARYLAND "I said, 'What?," the elder Franklin recalled. Junior's father was waiting to leave Arizona, where his son, a starting safety on the Connecticut football team, had played Saturday night in a 48-20 loss to Oklahoma in the Tostitos Fiesta Bowl.
NEWS
December 2, 1994
Tom Jones, a two-time Endeavour astronaut, dazzled students at Archbishop Curley High School with pictures from space and a film detailing the space shuttle's takeoff. But his real message during a visit to Baltimore yesterday was that students can accomplish anything if they refuse to give up."The space program turned me down three times before they would even interview me," said Dr. Jones, 39, who holds a doctorate in planetary science. The Essex native attended the Air Force Academy, was accepted into the space program in 1990 and flew two missions in 1994.
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