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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | November 12, 2012
Toni Braxton -- who was born in Severn, Md. -- just might be singing the blues about the real estate market. Her home in Atlanta, recently foreclosed on, is now for sale for $1.1 million, TMZ reports. And according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the property has sat on the market for more than four months. It's not because the place doesn't look nice -- at least on the outside. Built in 2001, it's nearly 12,000 square feet and red-bricked, with seven bathrooms, six full baths and a pretty sweet-sounding master bath jacuzzi.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | November 12, 2012
Toni Braxton -- who was born in Severn, Md. -- just might be singing the blues about the real estate market. Her home in Atlanta, recently foreclosed on, is now for sale for $1.1 million, TMZ reports. And according to the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, the property has sat on the market for more than four months. It's not because the place doesn't look nice -- at least on the outside. Built in 2001, it's nearly 12,000 square feet and red-bricked, with seven bathrooms, six full baths and a pretty sweet-sounding master bath jacuzzi.
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By Tom Bowman and Tom Bowman,Washington Bureau | February 26, 1992
WASHINGTON -- Maryland and Georgia, two March 3 primary states touting themselves as key stops on the road to the Democratic nomination, will each hold candidate forums on Sunday. And the five Democratic candidates are deciding whether to attend one -- or both.Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton expects to attend both forums, said a campaign official. While former Massachusetts Sen. Paul E. Tsongas has not made a commitment, organizers in each state are expecting him.Tom Cowley, executive director of the Maryland Democratic Party, said that only Nebraska Sen. Bob Kerrey is uncertain whether he will attend.
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By Tom Bowman and Tom Bowman,Washington Bureau | February 26, 1992
WASHINGTON -- Maryland and Georgia, two March 3 primary states touting themselves as key stops on the road to the Democratic nomination, will each hold candidate forums on Sunday. And the five Democratic candidates are deciding whether to attend one -- or both.Arkansas Gov. Bill Clinton expects to attend both forums, said a campaign official. While former Massachusetts Sen. Paul E. Tsongas has not made a commitment, organizers in each state are expecting him.Tom Cowley, executive director of the Maryland Democratic Party, said that only Nebraska Sen. Bob Kerrey is uncertain whether he will attend.
SPORTS
By RAY FRAGER | April 22, 2009
8 p.m. [TNT] Atlanta made Miami look like Dwyane Wade (left) and four other guys in a 26-point victory in Game 1. But the Hawks aren't already looking ahead to the next round. Hawks forward Marvin Williams told The Atlanta Journal-Constitution: "Don't be a fool, man. Win or lose, it's just one game in a seven-game series. ... They're not going to just roll over and die because of one game."
SPORTS
December 24, 2009
Talks between the Thrashers and their franchise player, Ilya Kovalchuk, on a contract extension have hit a "snag," according to Thrashers general manager Don Waddell . "Their position is fixed years with money and we have a different side of that," Waddell told the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. The Thrashers are hoping to sign Kovalchuk to a long-term contract. He is scheduled to become an unrestricted free agent this summer. Waddell said negotiations with Jay Grossman , Kovalchuk's agent, would resume after the holidays.
NEWS
August 23, 1999
Names in the newsDouglas M. Smith has joined McCrone Inc. as an engineering technician in the Annapolis office. He is responsible for computer-aided drafting and design as well as maintaining existing storm water management facilities in Anne Arundel County. He is a graduate of Anne Arundel Community College with certification in computer-aided drafting. He has experience in civil engineering, including major subdivisions, and commercial and public sector projects.Michael McPherson has joined Crosby Marketing Communications as a production artist after working at the Publication Studio in Atlanta.
SPORTS
April 23, 2000
A look at how the Ravens' draft was graded around the country: New York Times Grade: A-plus Comment: Several personnel men said the Ravens might have had the best draft of any team. St. Louis Post-Dispatch Grade: A Comment: Talk about adding firepower. The Ravens landed one of the top four RBs, one of the top three WRs and arguably the second-best QB. Atlanta Journal-Constitution Grade: A-minus Comment: Jamal Lewis will be a steal or a big-time bust. Dallas Morning News Grade: B Comment: Brian Billick got the running back and the receiver he wanted.
BUSINESS
By BILL HUSTED and BILL HUSTED,The Atlanta Journal-Constitution | May 29, 2008
I have received two coupons for TV converter boxes. Included with the coupons was a list of about 34 manufacturers. My question: Are all converter boxes basically equal? If not, is there a source where one could get ratings? Also, several models were identified as being able to pass through an analog signal. Is this an advantage? - Bob Tawes I have not reviewed the various converter boxes. But I found a Web page from Consumer Reports that offered general advice. You might want to check that out: http://tinyurl.
NEWS
By Laura Vozzella and Laura Vozzella,SUN STAFF | July 21, 2000
Former Columbia Association President Deborah O. McCarty has landed a job in the city her critics say she never really left. McCarty will head Research Atlanta, a public policy research group whose projects include a study that looks at ways of measuring civic engagement. By any measure, McCarty's detractors said, she failed to become part of the planned community of Columbia that she headed for 20 months. She did not sell her home in Atlanta, and her husband continued practicing law there.
NEWS
July 29, 1999
Suspicious-looking package prompts 15 people to evacuate in Glen BurnieFifteen people were evacuated from their homes, a street closed and the light rail stalled for an hour early yesterday in Glen Burnie after a convenience store employee found a buzzing electronic package atop a car at 106 N. Broadview Blvd.Bomb technicians from the state fire marshal's office successfully opened and examined the package, a home security alarm attached to a battery.About 2 a.m., Anne Arundel County police officers closed North Broadview and blocked off the light rail from Ferndale Road to Ferndale Avenue.
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By ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION | March 5, 2006
Lettuce salads can be problematic because of the wilt factor; broccoli slaw solves that problem. Combined with a grain or pasta, it makes a hearty, healthful, portable salad base. This is an especially nice vegetarian combo. And total preparation time is about 5 minutes ... how much easier could this be? BROWN RICE SALAD WITH ORANGES AND BROCCOLI SLAW MAKES 4 SERVINGS 1 (8.8-ounce) pouch precooked whole-grain brown rice 1 / 2 (12-ounce) bag broccoli slaw 1 (14-ounce) can mandarin orange sections, drained 1 / 3 cup sunflower seeds 1 / 2 cup bottled ginger dressing Salt and freshly ground pepper to taste Prepare rice according to package directions.
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