December 10, 1993
A Baltimore man was charged with theft after police said they searched his home and found building supplies that had been stolen from a Harmans company.Detectives said they searched a house in the 5000 block of Kramme Ave. and another in the 400 block of Longwood Ave. in Glen Burnie Wednesday and found 15 doors and other building materials valued at $3,500.They arrested Frank E. Knight, 29, of the Kramme Avenue address.Car rear-ends bus on Defense HighwayCounty police charged a 16-year-old Gambrills girl with failing to stop for a school bus after the car she was driving rear-ended a bus that had stopped to pick up a child Wednesday morning.
April 17, 1991
The Arthur Slade Regional Catholic School National Honor Society recently had a spring induction ceremony. Lifetime memberships went to Angela Foard, Marie Foty, Cynthia Kopkowski, Michael Massarinia, GrantPiromreun and Sarah Tucker.Inductees were selected on the basis of scholarship, citizenship, service and leadership. They join more than 100 students selected for membership in Arthur Slade's Esprit Chapter since 1981.* Composer, musician and storyteller Chris Patton will perform "The Tale of the Princess Namino and the Weather Dragon" April 17 for the student body, using his digital orchestra and featuring a video-harp.
September 8, 1994
Coldwell Banker adds associatesThe Severna Park office of Coldwell Banker Realty has announced the addition of the following new associates:Nathy Bayuk, Joan Farnum, Alex Farnum, Donna Stout, Suzanna Augustine, Herb Tinley, Barry Allan, Pete Anderson, Sally Haines, Sherry Johns and Darlene Reiner.AACC board elects Hall as chairmanThe Anne Arundel Community College board of trustees has elected Walter J. Hall of Pasadena to a 1-year term as its chairman.Gene E. Floyd of Severna Park will serve a second consecutive year as vice chairman for the 1994-'95 term.
December 13, 1993
The teaching of values, the conviction to follow through on dreams and visions and a firm belief in God are what made Archbishop Spalding High School worthy of national recognition this year, Bishop William C. Newman, of the Baltimore Archdiocese, said Friday.At the assembly in the auditorium, the school received its official banner from the U.S. Department of Education, which honored the school this summer by naming it a Blue Ribbon school -- the first Anne Arundel County school, public or private, to receive the honor.
November 25, 1991
The Northeast High School chapter of National Honor Society will sponsor one of its largest induction ceremonies at 8:35 a.m. Nov. 26 at the school auditorium.Twenty-four our of 41 applicants were accepted, and the new members will be welcomed into the National Honor Society at the ceremony. After the ceremony, parents, faculty, and members of the Honor Society, new and old, will be invited to a small reception in the media center at 9:30 a.m.OPEN HOUSE AT AACCThere will be an open house focusing on architecture, interior design, communications, art and technology at Anne Arundel Community College 7:30 to 9 p.m. Nov. 26.The open house for prospective students will take place in the faculty dining room of the Student Services Center.
April 22, 1992
The Archbishop Spalding High School chapter of the National Honor Society inducted new members at a March 6 ceremony.The seniors inducted are Keith Carrington, Lawrence Edell, Christine Gregorio, ThomasReilly, Andrea Siemek, Elizabeth Teawell and Jessica Teawell.The juniors are Nathaniel Chaudoin, Fabian Dilaimy, Timothy Kane,Kelly Mabe, Alice Matos, David Rand and Scott Robuck.The sophomores are Christopher Conlon, Marie Daniels, Erin Kilby, Michael Meyd, Kathleen O'Brien, Melanie Porpiglia, Marie Swartwood, Caryn Van Dask,Dabney Waller, Caroline Warfield and Karina Wzientek.