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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | August 12, 1999
In Baltimore City Paint-dumping gets man 80 hours of community service A Baltimore man was ordered by a judge yesterday to perform 80 hours of community service for dumping lead paint into a city sewer, the state attorney general's office reported. District Judge Askew W. Gatewood Jr. sentenced Robert Glenn Henninger, 36, to a six-month suspended jail term and a year of supervised probation. He had pleaded guilty to water pollution. Six buckets of paint that had been removed from the brick facade of a townhouse in the 2400 block of Foster Ave. in East Baltimore were dumped into a drain pipe temporarily left open by a plumbing contractor, the attorney general's office said.
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Mike Preston | September 6, 2012
The new Ravens owner was sitting on stage at the Inner Harbor, and looking quite uncomfortable. On Nov. 6, 1995, Art Modell announced that he was moving the Browns from Cleveland to Baltimore, and while local politicians couldn't hide their enthusiasm, Modell appeared embarrassed. Only seconds after the news conference ended, Modell was ushered off the stage like the president of the United States, completely surrounded by security. But he left his limousine window open for a few seconds, so I approached to introduce myself, only to have him roll the window up in my face.
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Mike Preston | September 6, 2012
The new Ravens owner was sitting on stage at the Inner Harbor, and looking quite uncomfortable. On Nov. 6, 1995, Art Modell announced that he was moving the Browns from Cleveland to Baltimore, and while local politicians couldn't hide their enthusiasm, Modell appeared embarrassed. Only seconds after the news conference ended, Modell was ushered off the stage like the president of the United States, completely surrounded by security. But he left his limousine window open for a few seconds, so I approached to introduce myself, only to have him roll the window up in my face.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | August 12, 1999
In Baltimore City Paint-dumping gets man 80 hours of community service A Baltimore man was ordered by a judge yesterday to perform 80 hours of community service for dumping lead paint into a city sewer, the state attorney general's office reported. District Judge Askew W. Gatewood Jr. sentenced Robert Glenn Henninger, 36, to a six-month suspended jail term and a year of supervised probation. He had pleaded guilty to water pollution. Six buckets of paint that had been removed from the brick facade of a townhouse in the 2400 block of Foster Ave. in East Baltimore were dumped into a drain pipe temporarily left open by a plumbing contractor, the attorney general's office said.
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June 24, 1996
Days until opening ceremonies: 25.Starting gate: The first 26 horses from European nations competing in the Olympics arrived at an Atlanta airport and will be quarantined for at least three days. It could not be determined immediately whether any of the horses were infected with piroplasmosis, a parasitic blood disorder spread by ticks that causes fever, swelling and possibly death.Pub Date: 6/24/96
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By Rafael Alvarez and Rafael Alvarez,Sun Staff Writer | June 18, 1994
Interest and membership in the NAACP has surged in the wake of the recent national black leadership summit sponsored by the Baltimore-based civil rights group, Executive Director Benjamin F. Chavis Jr. said yesterday."
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The Baltimore Sun | September 3, 2013
Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport leapfrogged ahead of Washington Dulles International Airport in terms of passenger counts in 2012, according to Airports Council International. BWI was the nation's 22 n d busiest airport in 2012, bumping Dulles down a place, according the council, which released passenger data for North American airports on Tuesday. Passenger volume at BWI rose 1.25 percent to nearly 22.7 million last year, while Dulles slipped 2.89 percent to 22.4 million.
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By Los Angeles Times | February 28, 1992
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. -- Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton came out swinging at his Democratic rivals yesterday, accusing Paul E. Tsongas of advocating "trickle-down economics" and bringing in a Vietnam veteran to accuse Nebraska Sen. Bob Kerrey of being "AWOL" in the war on drugs.At a speech at the Radisson Hotel in Denver in the morning, Mr. Clinton dismissed former Massachusetts Sen. Tsongas' economic proposals as smacking of "trickle-down economics." He mocked Mr. Tsongas' concern for investors and entrepreneurs, saying it comes at the expense of everyday workers.
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By Tricia Bishop and Tricia Bishop,tricia.bishop@baltsun.com | December 4, 2008
A Pennsylvania mother yesterday filed a multimillion-dollar federal lawsuit against the makers of the popular Crocs footwear after her 6-year-old son's shoe was caught and trapped in an escalator at the National Aquarium in Baltimore this spring, mangling his right big toe. Kerry Burdick, who lives in Eagleville, Pa., claims Colorado-based Crocs Inc. knew its foam clogs were unsafe for escalator travel yet did nothing to warn the public, according to...
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | January 24, 2014
The Transportation Security Administration identified and seized more firearms at U.S. airports in 2013 than in any year since records have been kept - including more than two dozen at airports in the Baltimore-Washington metropolitan area. Nationwide, the TSA caught 1,813 guns at airport checkpoints in 2013, a 16.5 percent increase over the 1,556 guns it captured in 2012, it announced Friday. The TSA screened nearly 639 million passengers in 2013, about 1.1 million more than last year.
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By Mary Forgione and Mary Forgione,Los Angeles Times | July 1, 2007
Quick, what's the difference between airports and museums? This summer, visitors flying out of Baltimore or into places such as Pisa, Italy, will ponder that question. When travelers touch down at Galileo Galilei International Airport in Pisa, they will find a surreal scene. "They've turned the airport into a Nall installation," the Alabama-born artist (who once went by Nall Hollis) says of his artwork, which is on display inside and outside the building. "The whole facade is covered with plastic reproductions of mosaics that are two stories high."
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By Jeff Shain, Tribune Newspapers | September 30, 2010
It's not the question one wants to hear hours before boarding a trans-Atlantic charter for one of golf's biggest weeks. Are you gassed? Matt Kuchar paused a beat but made no attempt to dodge. "I could use a couple of down days," the FedEx Cup runner-up admitted Sunday. "But I don't get a couple of down days for a couple weeks. I've understood that. " Ryder Cup vs. FedEx Cup. It's a delicate balance. Four years ago, one of the prime reasons offered for the United States' back-to-back Ryder Cup wipeouts was that the PGA Tour's best couldn't get back to high gear after essentially shutting it down after the PGA Championship.
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