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By Bill Atkinson and Bill Atkinson,SUN STAFF | July 7, 2004
Anthony F. Barbieri, managing editor of The Sun, said yesterday that he would retire after a 34-year career at the paper. Barbieri, who expects to leave at the end of August, said he hopes to spend the last portion of his career teaching or giving back to journalism. "This is the right time to leave," said Barbieri, 57. "It is sort of time to turn a page." Timothy A. Franklin, who was named editor of The Sun in January, said he would begin a search for a managing editor immediately. "I am determined to find the best person in the nation for the job, a superb journalist who is completely dedicated to excellence and building on the great traditions of this great newspaper," Franklin said in a memo to the staff.
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By Jeff Zrebiec | July 23, 2012
Less than 24 hours before quarterbacks, rookies and players coming off injuries participate in their first practice of training camp, the Ravens made a roster move today, releasing guard Howard Barbieri. The Ravens signed Barbieri in January to a reserve/futures contract. He did not participate in the offseason team activities because of an undisclosed injury. Barbieri, 24, played his college ball at Rutgers. The 24-year-old was with the Houston Texans last year but has never played in an NFL game.
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BUSINESS
By Kristine Henry and Kristine Henry,SUN STAFF | May 23, 2000
Anthony F. Barbieri, who joined The Sun 32 years ago as a copy boy and rose to oversee a staff of more than 100 metropolitan reporters and editors, was promoted yesterday to managing editor, the second-highest position in the newsroom. Barbieri, 52, replaces William K. Marimow, who was named editor of The Sun last month."His experience both as an editor and a reporter really covers the gamut of what the Baltimore Sun stands for," Marimow said of Barbieri. "He has really served with distinction."
NEWS
By Nicole Fuller and Nicole Fuller,SUN REPORTER | August 25, 2006
A soldier from Gaithersburg was killed in combat in Iraq on Wednesday, the Department of Defense announced yesterday. Army Spc. Thomas J. Barbieri, 24, a gunner assigned to the 82nd Airborne Division at Fort Bragg, N.C., died when he was hit by small-arms fire from enemy forces during combat operations south of Baghdad, the military said. The soldier's parents, Thomas and Carolann Barbieri, were grieving yesterday and not able to talk with the media, a family friend said. Specialist Barbieri, who joined the Army in October 2004, trained at Fort Benning, Ga., and became an infantryman in January 2005.
SPORTS
By Alex Koustenis and Alex Koustenis,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 17, 2001
KENT, Ohio - The top-ranked Maryland field hockey team took a dramatic step toward its second national championship in three years last night, edging Wake Forest, 3-2, in double overtime in the NCAA semifinals. With time running down, freshman Colleen Barbieri scored her second goal of the game off a pass by senior Dina Rizzo to lift the second-seeded Terps (20-3). Junior Carissa Messimer passed to Rizzo with 57 seconds left in the second overtime. Rizzo dribbled around a defender and passed to Barbieri, who was wide open on the left side of the goal and hammered her shot into the cage to send the Terps into a rematch of the 1999 NCAA title game against Michigan (18-5)
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sandy Alexander | May 16, 2002
Story performer Daria Barbieri likes to introduce her young audiences to folk tales from other cultures because, she says, they enjoy the novelty and they see the connections to familiar stories and their own experiences. Barbieri, who is based in Baltimore and puts on programs all along the East Coast, will be telling folk tales from China, Japan and Korea at the Parkville Branch Library on Saturday. With lots of expressions and movement, some dancing and singing, Barbieri will share the story of the roly-poly rice ball and the tale of the stone cutter, among others.
NEWS
By Nicole Fuller and Nicole Fuller,SUN REPORTER | August 25, 2006
A soldier from Gaithersburg was killed in combat in Iraq on Wednesday, the Department of Defense announced yesterday. Army Spc. Thomas J. Barbieri, 24, a gunner assigned to the 82nd Airborne Division at Fort Bragg, N.C., died when he was hit by small-arms fire from enemy forces during combat operations south of Baghdad, the military said. The soldier's parents, Thomas and Carolann Barbieri, were grieving yesterday and not able to talk with the media, a family friend said. Specialist Barbieri, who joined the Army in October 2004, trained at Fort Benning, Ga., and became an infantryman in January 2005.
FEATURES
November 2, 1995
Her relationship with O. J. is over, Barbieri saysPaula Barbieri stayed celibate and waited for O. J. Simpson during his murder trial, but now the relationship is over, she said in an ABC interview aired yesterday.When Mr. Simpson called her from a cellular phone in his car on his way home after his Oct. 3 acquittal, she still had faith that they could be together, Ms. Barbieri told "PrimeTime Live." But Mr. Simpson later suggested they pose for pictures together and get paid for it."Rather than a quiet, 'Let's get back to who you and I are, and let's get to know each other again on a different level' it was a realization for me that he was going to that lifestyle.
SPORTS
By Mike Scandura and Mike Scandura,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 22, 2003
AMHERST, Mass. - Duke gave Maryland another bad memory last night in a semifinal of the NCAA field hockey championships. The Blue Devils defeated the Terps, 4-2, and advanced to tomorrow's championship game against Wake Forest. The defending national champions edged Michigan, 1-0, in the other semifinal. "We're obviously very disappointed," Maryland coach Missy Meharg said. "The game was very similar to the first time we played them [a 3-1 Duke victory which the Blue Devils led 2-0 at halftime and which ended with the Terps managing only four penalty corners]
NEWS
By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Sun Staff Writer | March 20, 1995
After his wife, Theresa, had a modified mastectomy in September 1993, Tom Barbieri wanted to talk to someone but just didn't know where to turn.Out of frustration, he would go down to his workshop and break a few things with a hammer.Don Bankard considered talking to his father when his wife, Mary Jo, had a mastectomy in 1983. But he didn't think the older man would understand.Now, Mr. Barbieri and Mr. Bankard talk to each other -- and their wives -- at a monthly support group that Carroll County General Hospital sponsors for couples coping with breast cancer.
BUSINESS
By Bill Atkinson and Bill Atkinson,SUN STAFF | July 7, 2004
Anthony F. Barbieri, managing editor of The Sun, said yesterday that he would retire after a 34-year career at the paper. Barbieri, who expects to leave at the end of August, said he hopes to spend the last portion of his career teaching or giving back to journalism. "This is the right time to leave," said Barbieri, 57. "It is sort of time to turn a page." Timothy A. Franklin, who was named editor of The Sun in January, said he would begin a search for a managing editor immediately. "I am determined to find the best person in the nation for the job, a superb journalist who is completely dedicated to excellence and building on the great traditions of this great newspaper," Franklin said in a memo to the staff.
SPORTS
By Mike Scandura and Mike Scandura,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 22, 2003
AMHERST, Mass. - Duke gave Maryland another bad memory last night in a semifinal of the NCAA field hockey championships. The Blue Devils defeated the Terps, 4-2, and advanced to tomorrow's championship game against Wake Forest. The defending national champions edged Michigan, 1-0, in the other semifinal. "We're obviously very disappointed," Maryland coach Missy Meharg said. "The game was very similar to the first time we played them [a 3-1 Duke victory which the Blue Devils led 2-0 at halftime and which ended with the Terps managing only four penalty corners]
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sandy Alexander | May 16, 2002
Story performer Daria Barbieri likes to introduce her young audiences to folk tales from other cultures because, she says, they enjoy the novelty and they see the connections to familiar stories and their own experiences. Barbieri, who is based in Baltimore and puts on programs all along the East Coast, will be telling folk tales from China, Japan and Korea at the Parkville Branch Library on Saturday. With lots of expressions and movement, some dancing and singing, Barbieri will share the story of the roly-poly rice ball and the tale of the stone cutter, among others.
SPORTS
By Alex Koustenis and Alex Koustenis,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 17, 2001
KENT, Ohio - The top-ranked Maryland field hockey team took a dramatic step toward its second national championship in three years last night, edging Wake Forest, 3-2, in double overtime in the NCAA semifinals. With time running down, freshman Colleen Barbieri scored her second goal of the game off a pass by senior Dina Rizzo to lift the second-seeded Terps (20-3). Junior Carissa Messimer passed to Rizzo with 57 seconds left in the second overtime. Rizzo dribbled around a defender and passed to Barbieri, who was wide open on the left side of the goal and hammered her shot into the cage to send the Terps into a rematch of the 1999 NCAA title game against Michigan (18-5)
BUSINESS
By Kristine Henry and Kristine Henry,SUN STAFF | May 23, 2000
Anthony F. Barbieri, who joined The Sun 32 years ago as a copy boy and rose to oversee a staff of more than 100 metropolitan reporters and editors, was promoted yesterday to managing editor, the second-highest position in the newsroom. Barbieri, 52, replaces William K. Marimow, who was named editor of The Sun last month."His experience both as an editor and a reporter really covers the gamut of what the Baltimore Sun stands for," Marimow said of Barbieri. "He has really served with distinction."
FEATURES
November 2, 1995
Her relationship with O. J. is over, Barbieri saysPaula Barbieri stayed celibate and waited for O. J. Simpson during his murder trial, but now the relationship is over, she said in an ABC interview aired yesterday.When Mr. Simpson called her from a cellular phone in his car on his way home after his Oct. 3 acquittal, she still had faith that they could be together, Ms. Barbieri told "PrimeTime Live." But Mr. Simpson later suggested they pose for pictures together and get paid for it."Rather than a quiet, 'Let's get back to who you and I are, and let's get to know each other again on a different level' it was a realization for me that he was going to that lifestyle.
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec | July 23, 2012
Less than 24 hours before quarterbacks, rookies and players coming off injuries participate in their first practice of training camp, the Ravens made a roster move today, releasing guard Howard Barbieri. The Ravens signed Barbieri in January to a reserve/futures contract. He did not participate in the offseason team activities because of an undisclosed injury. Barbieri, 24, played his college ball at Rutgers. The 24-year-old was with the Houston Texans last year but has never played in an NFL game.
NEWS
October 26, 2006
On October 23, 2006, LETITIA C. (nee DeBarbieri) dear mother of David Richard, William, John, thomas and Michael, mother-in-law of Rosemary, Mary Lou, Mary Ellen, Joan, Marcia and Joan. Also survived by 13 grandchildren and ten great-grandchildren. Visiting hours at Kaczorowski Funeral Home, P.A., 1201 Dundalk Avenue on Thursday 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 P.M. Prayers on Thursday evening at 7:30 P.M. Further services will be private.
NEWS
By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Sun Staff Writer | March 20, 1995
After his wife, Theresa, had a modified mastectomy in September 1993, Tom Barbieri wanted to talk to someone but just didn't know where to turn.Out of frustration, he would go down to his workshop and break a few things with a hammer.Don Bankard considered talking to his father when his wife, Mary Jo, had a mastectomy in 1983. But he didn't think the older man would understand.Now, Mr. Barbieri and Mr. Bankard talk to each other -- and their wives -- at a monthly support group that Carroll County General Hospital sponsors for couples coping with breast cancer.
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