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By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | May 22, 2002
A 17-year-old accused of raping four teen-age girls can forgo wearing a home monitoring bracelet because the boy is physically and mentally disabled as the result of a serious car accident, a Carroll judge ruled yesterday. Nathaniel J. Yinger of the 2800 block of Basehores Mill Road near Taneytown sustained a severe head injury in an automobile accident March 8 and was at Maryland Shock Trauma Center for about four weeks before being returned home to his parents. The $600 home-monitoring bracelet was cut from him and lost, said defense attorney Fred S. Hecker.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | June 6, 2014
Shelly Brezicki helped the young Mavericks emerge from an emotional 2013 season to become a state championship team. In just their fifth season as a varsity program - all under Brezicki's leadership - the Mavericks earned their first Baltimore Sun Top 15 ranking, won their first Carroll County championship, made their first appearance in the state final four and won their first state championship, 13-10, over Fallston in Class 2A-1A. Despite starting just three seniors, the No. 8 Mavericks (18-1)
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August 16, 2009
On Thursday, August 13, 2009, MARY A. FETTER, passed away unexpectedly in Strong Memorial Hospital, Rochester, NY from injuries sustained in an automobile accident. A memorial service will be held at a later date.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | May 20, 2014
Manchester Valley's girls lacrosse team couldn't have believed bigger. The No. 8 Mavericks relied on their season motto, "Believe Big," to build a six-goal lead in the first half and hold off a late rally from No. 15 Fallston to win their first state championship, the Class 2A-1A title, 13-10, Tuesday night at UMBC. The last two seasons have been emotional for the Mavericks (18-1) after losing assistant coach Devin Spence in an automobile accident in February 2013 and after coach Shelly Brezicki lost her brother, volunteer fireman Gene Kirchner, three months later from injuries suffered in a fire.
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September 23, 1997
Rich Mullins,41, a best-selling contemporary Christian singer, was killed in an automobile accident Friday in Lostant, Ill.Mr. Mullins' biggest recording was 1988's "Awesome God." He was also known for his collaboration with Amy Grant, for whom he wrote several songs, including "Sing Your Praise to the Lord." He also wrote for Debbie Boone.Arthur T. Roth,91, who turned a tiny branch bank into the largest chain on Long Island while financing widespread development, died Wednesday in New York.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | April 17, 2012
A second Orioles minor-league catcher has been suspended for violating the Minor League Drug Prevention and Treatment Progam. Michael Ohlman received a 50-game suspension for his second violation of the drug policy, the office of the commissioner of baseball announced Tuesday. The suspension was for a drug of abuse, which means it was not for use of a performance-enhancing drug. This spring, catcher Brian Ward also received a 50-game suspension. Ohlman's suspension will begin immediately, but he is currently recovering from a shoulder injury sustained during an automobile accident during spring training.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | March 7, 2012
SARASOTA, Fla. - The Orioles will play their first home afternoon Grapefruit League game today against the Twins at Ed Smith Stadium. New Orioles pitcher Wei-Yin Chen, a Taiwanese left-hander who played the past four years in Japan, will make his debut today. Chen struggled in his intrasquad game last week, so it will be interesting to see how he rebounds today. In other pre-game news: -- LHP Tsuyoshi Wada (left elbow) and RHP Willie Eyre (groin) will both pitch bullpen sessions off a full mound before the game on the back fields.
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May 30, 2012
I suggest that my fellow Baltimore residents take off their gloves and defend our beloved city against the onslaught of unjust criticism by smug suburbanites. My family enjoys a lifestyle that could never be duplicated in the suburbs. While you enjoy your perceived safety, you live a life in a boring monoculture filled with chain stores and restaurants. You endanger your lives on a daily basis driving long distances for work, school and entertainment. Your children spend hours in the car staring at the headrest or some electronic device.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | September 25, 2012
The Aberdeen Police Department is mourning the loss of Detective Mark Franklin, who died Sept. 20 after battling cancer since the first of the year. Detective Franklin , 55 , was a 13-year veteran of the city's police force, serving as the department's crime scene technician. Before joining the Aberdeen Police, Detective Franklin served two years with the Maryland Transportation Authority Police. He was a member of Local Union #26 and worked as an electrician for 15 years.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | March 8, 2012
SARASOTA, Fla. - The Orioles are playing the Braves in a 1:05 p.m. start here at Ed Smith Stadium. Right-hander Jason Hammel will make his Orioles Grapefruit League debut, throwing the first two innings for Baltimore. -- Some very good news for Orioles fans: Right fielder Nick Markakis, recovering from offseason abdominal surgery, is slotted to DH in the Orioles' home game against the Pirates on March 14. Orioles manager Buck Showalter has long had an idea of how many spring at-bats Markakis would need heading into the season.
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April 19, 2014
Fish and the thermocline Monday, April 21: Capt. Brian Mayer of Marauder Charters will speak at a seminar hosted by the Broadneck/Magothy River chapter of the Maryland Saltwater Sportfishing Association. He'll discuss how fish use the thermocline and salinity break as structure. Doors at the American Legion Post 175 at 832 Manhattan Beach Road in Severna Park open at 7 p.m.; the meeting starts at 7:30. For information, call Skip Zinck at 410 913-9043. Spring Sailboat Show April 25-27: The in-water Annapolis Spring Sailboat Show will feature new and previously owned sailboats, plus equipment, electronics, clothing and accessories at more than 100 on-land nautical exhibits and pro surf shops.
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By Eduardo A. Encina, The Baltimore Sun | April 10, 2014
Nick Adenhart never played for the Orioles, but five years after the Maryland native's untimely death at age 22, he still has a lasting impact inside the Orioles' clubhouse. Orioles right-handed pitchers Darren O'Day and Miguel Gonzalez, two undrafted free agents who have both developed into successful major leaguers since Adenhart's death, played with the Los Angeles Angels' top pitching prospect in that organization's minor league system. Both cherish their brief friendships with Adenhart that were forged through their time in the minor leagues.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | November 21, 2013
When teams add players to their 40-man roster to protect them from the Rule 5 draft, the moves don't usually get a lot of fanfare. The moves don't always involve the organization's top prospects. Being protected means the player has been in the minor leagues for at least four or five years, so they're not the fast-track minor leaguers. Instead, they're usually players whose progress has been sidetracked by injuries or some other obstacle. That's what makes the three players who the Orioles added Wednesday -- left-hander Tim Berry, catcher Michael Ohlman and right-hander Eddie Gamboa -- interesting . Each of the three has his own tale of perseverance to get to this point, where the Orioles believe the player has shown enough promise that they don't want to risk seeing him succeed with another organization.
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By Alexander Pyles and The Baltimore Sun | October 28, 2013
More than six years ago, Scott Collier suffered a traumatic brain injury in an automobile accident. Though he's recovered, he says the injury changed his personality temporarily and his life forever. Now, he wants to use that experience to improve awareness of traumatic brain injuries, especially concussions at the youth and high school sports level. On Tuesday afternoon at CCBC's Dundalk campus, Collier said he plans to hold a seminar on traumatic brain injuries that he expects will be attended by representatives from Baltimore County Public Schools and county Department of Recreation and Parks Director Barry F. Williams.
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September 5, 2013
An article in the Sept. 6, 1913, edition of The Argus eased concerns of a woman's well-being after a false report of boating accident. The report in the Baltimore papers Monday that Miss Annette Chase of Eden Terrace, who is spending the summer at Pine Orchard, near New London, Conn., had a narrow escape from drowning one day last week while canoeing, is without foundation. Miss Chase advises The Argus that her name was confused with that of a Miss Anne Chase of Waterbury, Conn., who, with two friends – Miss Plumb and Mr. Tate , of Waterbury, Conn.- were out in a canoe about a mile off the Montowese House, Indian Neck, when the canoe was overturned by the rough water.
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By Joe Burris, The Baltimore Sun | August 22, 2013
An Annapolis High School assistant track and cross country coach died of injuries she suffered when the bicycle she was riding collided with a vehicle, according to Anne Arundel County police. Patricia Cunningham, 50, of Annapolis died late Wednesday after the accident on Riva Road in Davidsonville, police said. County public schools spokesman Bob Mosier said the school system experienced "a really tough day" after learning of the accident Thursday. He said Cunningham had coached at the school for the past two years.
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By Alexander Pyles and The Baltimore Sun | October 28, 2013
More than six years ago, Scott Collier suffered a traumatic brain injury in an automobile accident. Though he's recovered, he says the injury changed his personality temporarily and his life forever. Now, he wants to use that experience to improve awareness of traumatic brain injuries, especially concussions at the youth and high school sports level. On Tuesday afternoon at CCBC's Dundalk campus, Collier said he plans to hold a seminar on traumatic brain injuries that he expects will be attended by representatives from Baltimore County Public Schools and county Department of Recreation and Parks Director Barry F. Williams.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | August 13, 2012
Deirdre Diane "Dee" Huddles, a master gardener who was co-founder of a gardening services company, was killed Wednesday in an automobile accident near Butler. The Glyndon resident was 69. Baltimore County police reported that Ms. Huddles was driving north on Falls Road near Butler about 9 p.m. when her 2009 Subaru Forester was involved in an accident with a truck, which caused her car to overturn. She was pronounced dead at the scene. The accident remains under investigation by county police.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | September 25, 2012
The Aberdeen Police Department is mourning the loss of Detective Mark Franklin, who died Sept. 20 after battling cancer since the first of the year. Detective Franklin , 55 , was a 13-year veteran of the city's police force, serving as the department's crime scene technician. Before joining the Aberdeen Police, Detective Franklin served two years with the Maryland Transportation Authority Police. He was a member of Local Union #26 and worked as an electrician for 15 years.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | August 13, 2012
Deirdre Diane "Dee" Huddles, a master gardener who was co-founder of a gardening services company, was killed Wednesday in an automobile accident near Butler. The Glyndon resident was 69. Baltimore County police reported that Ms. Huddles was driving north on Falls Road near Butler about 9 p.m. when her 2009 Subaru Forester was involved in an accident with a truck, which caused her car to overturn. She was pronounced dead at the scene. The accident remains under investigation by county police.
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