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July 15, 2007
On July 6, 2007 MR. BARNEY. Visitation at 2140 N. Fulton Avenue on Tuesday, 2-8pm. The family will receive friends in the chapel on Wednesday at 10:30am. Funeral at 11am.
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By Jessica Anderson and The Baltimore Sun | September 17, 2014
A teenager who fled from tactical officers during a Catonsville raid last year in which an officer and another man died, pleaded guilty to a handgun charge Wednesday. Taquan Barney, now 18, has been held at the Baltimore County Detention Center since August 28, 2013 when officers from the county's tactical unit entered his home on Roberts Avenue to execute a search warrant and arrest another teen wanted in a non-fatal shooting. When officers entered the home, police said Barney fled but was stopped by Officer Jason Schneider.
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NEWS
November 13, 2003
On Tuesday, November 11, 2003, BARNEY TAPPER, age 83, of Clearwater, FL. Mr. Tapper was born in Akrin, Ohio and came to Clearwater three years ago from Jacksonville where he resided for 28 years. He was a builder and developer of apartment buildings, a WW II Coast Guard veteran and a member of Temple Ahavat Shalom in Clearwater and former member of Congregation Beth Shalom in Jacksonville. Survivors include his beloved wife of 60 years, Bernice; daughters, Barbara Freilich of Baltimore, MD and Deborah Karlan of Clearwater; brother, Marvin Tapper of Ft. Myers and three grandchildren.
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | December 19, 2013
A 17-year-old charged with gun violations in the wake of the shooting that killed Baltimore County tactical officer Jason Schneider will be tried as an adult in the case, a judge ruled Thursday. Police said Taquan Barney was struggling with Schneider when another man shot the officer during a Catonsville raid in August. Barney's lawyer asked to move his case to the juvenile court system, where penalties are generally less severe and focused on rehabilitation. Defense attorney J. Eugene Miles said Barney was being unfairly held responsible for the officer's death, though he was neither the target of the raid nor the person who pulled the trigger.
NEWS
January 1, 2006
On December 26, 2005, EDWARDKENNETH BARNEY; beloved husband of the late Mildred H. Barney (nee Bloomfield); loving companion of Eileen "Toots" Wolters; beloved father of Carol B. White; dear grandfather of Keith Wayne Mc Inturff and Karin Lynn Mc Inturff and Gail Lee Starliper. Also survived by four great-grandsons. A Memorial Service will be held January 15, at 1 P.M. at the Crescent Yacht Club, Essex, MD. The family suggests memorial contributions be made to the Hospice of the Chesapeake, 445 Defense Highway, Annapolis, MD 21401.
SPORTS
By Kent Baker | October 6, 1991
Rex Barney, the voice of Memorial Stadium for 22 years, is resting comfortably at Sinai Hospital after suffering a dizzy spell when leaving the stadium Friday night.Barney, 66, will remain hospitalized for several days while undergoing a series of tests and will miss today's final game, according to Dr. Sheldon Goldgeier.His condition is stable."Rex may not be here physically," said Orioles president Larry Lucchino, "but he is here spiritually and every other way. He is part of the heart and soul of the franchise and an unforgettable part of Memorial Stadium."
NEWS
March 13, 1993
Maryland Public Television is overwhelmed by the success of a children's show, "Barney and Friends," on which it is basing a new fund-raising effort. After airing six hours of the show last Sunday, pledges totaling $40,000 poured in. That's $10,000 more than MPT received the final night of the acclaimed Civil War series a few years back.Barney is a show about a big, imaginary purple dinosaur. The character has become so popular so fast it has eclipsed the internationally recognized Big Bird in popularity; "Barney" marched in the presidential inaugural parade and kindergartners trapped in the World Trade Center last month sang his theme song while awaiting rescuers.
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By Kevin Cowherd and Kevin Cowherd,Sun Staff Writer | June 23, 1994
As the pre-eminent cultural icon of the Oshkosh and Big Wheels crowd, Barney the dinosaur is dead meat.Barney, he may as well go stick his fat purple head in a bucket of goo because "The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers" is still the hottest kids' show on TV -- at least until the next hottest thing comes along, which might be in about five minutes.But, ratings-wise, the Power Rangers still rule, dude. Which means they still rule in the toy stores, too. Which means you miscalculated big-time if you're a parent and you figured this Mighty Morphin nonsense would soon run its course and your kids would stop trying to kick everyone they see in the thorax, including poor old Aunt Esther, the one with the blue hair.
SPORTS
By Ken Rosenthal | October 10, 1991
Orioles public address announcer Rex Barney said yesterday he will be released from Sinai Hospital on Saturday in time to host his radio talk show on WBAL that night.Barney, 66, has been hospitalized since last Friday after suffering a dizzy spell upon leaving Memorial Stadium. He continues to undergo a series of tests, but said he is doing fine."It was complete exhaustion, dehydration," Barney said. "I was pushing myself that last week. I just did a little more than I should have. I completely exhausted myself."
NEWS
January 13, 2006
Due to a production error, an Athlete of the Week profile of Jamal Barney didn't appear in the Anne Arundel editions of this week's Varsity section. Here is the complete article. All-Metro guard Jamal Barney of Southwestern averaged more than 29 points, nearly 11 rebounds, six assists and more than three steals in victories over Gwynn Park and Imhotep of Philadelphia, and in a narrow defeat against Baltimore City rival Douglass. In the 69-68 loss to Douglass on Jan. 3, Barney led all scorers with 27 points to go with 11 rebounds, six assists and three steals.
NEWS
By Michael Dresser, Baltimore Sun | May 9, 2012
U.S. Rep. Barney Frank said Wednesday night that one place President Obama's change of position to open support of same-sex marriage could have a significant impact is Maryland. Frank, a Massachusett Democrat who is perhaps the nation's best-known openly gay elected official, said on MSNBC's Rachel Maddow Show that Obama's stand could be important in the state because the issue of same-sex marriage bill is expected to be a referendum question on the ballot in November. The Maryland General Assembly passed Gov. Martin O'Malley's bill extending civil marriage rights to same-sex couples in March, but opponents are expected to collect enough signatures to force a referendum.
NEWS
By Jules Witcover | December 2, 2011
The decision of Rep. Barney Frank of Massachusetts to retire next year after 32 years in the House is a blow to the Democratic Party, to the cause of liberal politics and to the effort bring public responsibility to Wall Street. It's also a setback to candor, wit and the fading belief on Capitol Hill that sharp ideological and policy differences can be overcome by compromise. Mr. Frank's strength has been not only his acid tongue and in-your-face style, but also his long-held conviction that Ronald Reagan was wrong in his famous dictum that "government is not the solution to our problem; government is the problem.
BUSINESS
Eileen Ambrose | September 23, 2011
So, do you fit the profile of a Victoria Secret's or WalMart Discover cardholder? You can find out even before you apply - and before you possibly get rejected - by checking out the new Credit Card Statistics feature from CreditKarma.com. The site has information on dozens of cards and their customers. At Victoria's Secret Angel Card, for instance, the average credit score is 658, the typical approved credit limit offered by the lingerie palace is $766 and the annual household income of a card customer runs around $60,006 and the age of the cardholder averages out to 37. The averages for WalMart Discover cardholders: 702 credit score, $2,982 credit limit, $59,793 household income and age 48. Here are the cards with the highest averages in the following categories: Credit limit awarded - PenFed Visa Classic, $15,625 Annual household income - Barney's New York, $108,179 Credit score - Towers MasterCard, 775 Age of cardholder - Haband, 60 Orchard Bank Visa had the lowest average credit score at 555. It also had one of the lowest credit limits: $339  
SPORTS
By David Zurawik and Z on TV | January 10, 2011
MISL Blast gets back at Wave, 12-6, reclaims tie for first place The Blast (6-2) rebounded Sunday to defeat the host Wave, 12-6, and move back into a tie for first place with Milwaukee in the Major Indoor Soccer League. Less than 21 hours after losing to the Wave, 15-12, at 1st Mariner Arena , the Blast jumped to a 10-0 third-quarter lead and completed a split of the weekend series. Pat Healey led the way with two goals and two assists, and backup goalkeeper Nick Hovaker , playing because Sagu suffered a pulled groin Saturday night, was sharp in his Blast debut.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | November 30, 2010
Barney Cohen, a veteran Baltimore character actor whose work spanned local theaters and film, died Nov. 17 of pneumonia at Northwest Hospital Center. He was 93. Mr. Cohen was born in New York City and raised in Queens. He graduated in 1935 from Lincoln High School, where he had played varsity football. At New York University, where he earned a degree in 1939 in business, he continued playing football as a guard. With the coming of World War II, he enlisted in the Army and served as a military policeman at Los Alamos, N.M., where much of the work developing and testing the atomic bomb took place.
SPORTS
By Kaitlyn Carr, The Baltimore Sun | July 27, 2010
Jamal Barney and Jimmy Patsos aren't afraid to admit they hit a rough patch in their relationship last season. Loyola's star shooting guard clashed with his coach, missing six games during the team's Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference schedule. Barney's scoring average dipped to 12.6, down from 18.1 points as a sophomore, and the Greyhounds labored through an injury-plagued 13-17 season. Patsos, however, took an understanding approach with Barney while dealing with the strain in their relationship.
SPORTS
By Sports Digest | March 1, 2010
Jamal Barney (Southwestern) scored 24 points, including nine during a key second-half run, to lead host Loyola past Manhattan, 71-59. Andrew Gabriel 's two free throws brought the Jaspers (10-19, 4-13 Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference) within 55-54 with 7:33 to go, but Barney sparked a 12-0 run for the Greyhounds (13-16, 6-12 ), capped by his 3-pointer at the shot-clock buzzer with 2:06 left. Loyola ended a four-game losing streak and earned the No. 8 seed in the conference tournament, which starts Friday; Loyola will face the No. 9-seeded Jaspers.
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