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By LORI SEARS | February 19, 2006
Washington Boat Show You might think that the best place for a boat show would be outdoors and on the water. But think again. You won't be missing a thing when you browse the boats and boating products at the indoor Washington Boat Show at the Washington Convention Center, Wednesday through Feb. 26. The show takes over 9 acres of space in the convention center, and showcases the newest boats, latest boating gadgets, high-tech electronics and more....
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By Erin Cox and Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | August 28, 2012
A witness told 911 operators the boat piloted by an admittedly drunk Del. Donald H. Dwyer was "flying [at] what seemed like full throttle" before colliding with another vessel, seriously injuring seven people, including four children. On 911 recordings released Tuesday and in interviews, neighbors who helped with the subsequent rescue described a bloody scene, screaming children, people tossed into the air and a boat ripped by the impact with Dwyer's motorboat, The Legislator. No one has been faulted in the Wednesday evening accident on the Magothy River that sent Dwyer, the pilot of the other boat and the children to the hospital.
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BUSINESS
By Michael Dresser and Michael Dresser,Staff Writer | January 9, 1993
Shoppers in White Marsh Mall are doing a lot of double-takes these days.Just outside Sears, right across from the Sam Goody record store, they come face to face with a 22-foot Bayliner Classic power boat -- and behind it seven other large pleasure boats in a store that gives new meaning to the term "anchor.""If you had a video camera and shot the reaction of people's faces, it would have been better than 'America's Funniest Home Videos,' " said Don Evans, a Bellingham, Wash., the marketing specialist who brought this fleet to White Marsh.
NEWS
August 24, 2012
Over the years, we have often disagreed with Del. Donald H. Dwyer Jr. on numerous matters of law and social justice. But it gives us no satisfaction to learn of the Anne Arundel Republican's involvement in a horrific boating accident Wednesday on the Magothy River. The accident caused serious injury to six people, including Mr. Dwyer, another adult and four children. Mr. Dwyer had been drinking and operating one of the vessels, the "Baja," a 26-foot runabout that collided with an 18.5-foot Bayliner and sank near Cornfield Creek.
NEWS
By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,Staff Writer | October 16, 1992
For most people, the 45-foot Bayliner with the airy salon, fully stocked galley with microwave and master stateroom with its own stereo system, tub and shower on display near City Dock in Annapolis yesterday is just a fantasy.But the yacht, one of hundreds tied up for the 21st annual U.S. Powerboat Show, had fulfilled someone's dream. Next to its $315,495 price tag was a large "Sold" sign.And by the end of the day yesterday Tidewater Yacht Sales Inc. had sold another.John R. Atherton, president of Tidewater, a Portsmouth, Va., dealer of Bayliner and boats priced from $120,000 to $320,000, wasn't surprised, despite the lingering recession.
NEWS
By Lisa Goldberg and Lisa Goldberg,sun reporter | September 22, 2005
Two Dundalk men rescued from a southeastern Baltimore County island Tuesday after jumping off a stolen boat were arrested on theft charges, and authorities continued to search yesterday for three others who, the men said, also jumped from the vessel but never made it to shore. Investigators did not know yesterday whether the claims about three missing men were true - no one had come forward to verify the information. Maryland Natural Resources Police conducted a search Tuesday and yesterday, using boats and a helicopter, according to a spokesman.
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By Peter Baker and Peter Baker,SUN STAFF | October 11, 1998
At the mouth of the Severn River on many summer and fall evenings, a young turk in a 40-foot sportsfisherman often is on patrol, bottom-fishing for white perch, while an old-timer in a 12-foot tin boat anchors at the farewell buoy and chums for rockfish, wildly rocking in wakes of passing motoryachts.Probably each would say he has the perfect fishing boat. But opinions on fishing boats are like noses -- everyone has one.And what works splendidly on the upper bay might be out of place at the mouth of the Potomac River and even less suited to an occasional trip offshore, while what works superbly offshore can be overkill for Chesapeake Bay."
NEWS
August 24, 2012
Over the years, we have often disagreed with Del. Donald H. Dwyer Jr. on numerous matters of law and social justice. But it gives us no satisfaction to learn of the Anne Arundel Republican's involvement in a horrific boating accident Wednesday on the Magothy River. The accident caused serious injury to six people, including Mr. Dwyer, another adult and four children. Mr. Dwyer had been drinking and operating one of the vessels, the "Baja," a 26-foot runabout that collided with an 18.5-foot Bayliner and sank near Cornfield Creek.
NEWS
By Erin Cox and Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | August 28, 2012
A witness told 911 operators the boat piloted by an admittedly drunk Del. Donald H. Dwyer was "flying [at] what seemed like full throttle" before colliding with another vessel, seriously injuring seven people, including four children. On 911 recordings released Tuesday and in interviews, neighbors who helped with the subsequent rescue described a bloody scene, screaming children, people tossed into the air and a boat ripped by the impact with Dwyer's motorboat, The Legislator. No one has been faulted in the Wednesday evening accident on the Magothy River that sent Dwyer, the pilot of the other boat and the children to the hospital.
NEWS
January 23, 2005
On Friday, January 21, 2005, MAE FINE BAYLIN (nee Cohen); loving wife of the late Dr. Morris Fine and the late Gilbert Baylin; devoted mother of Dr. Jerome (Barbara Wolf) Fine, Carolyn Eisenstadt, Dr. Norman (Angie) Fine and Robert Baylin. Also survived by nine loving grandchildren and nine loving great-grandchildren. Funeral services and interment at The Bobroisker Beneficial Circle Cemetery, Rosedale. Due notice of day and time. Please omit flowers. In mourning at #2 Coldwater Court, Towson, MD (21204)
TRAVEL
By LORI SEARS | February 19, 2006
Washington Boat Show You might think that the best place for a boat show would be outdoors and on the water. But think again. You won't be missing a thing when you browse the boats and boating products at the indoor Washington Boat Show at the Washington Convention Center, Wednesday through Feb. 26. The show takes over 9 acres of space in the convention center, and showcases the newest boats, latest boating gadgets, high-tech electronics and more....
NEWS
October 18, 2005
On Saturday, October 15, 2005, HARRIETT BAYLIN (nee Alper); beloved wife of the late George I. Baylin; beloved mother of Sheldon and Yolanda Baylin, of Baltimore, MD, Carl and Candice Baylin, of Reisterstown, MD and Eileen Baylin, of Randallstown, MD; beloved sister of Beverly Kohn, of Baltimore, MD; sister-in-law of the late Alvin Kohn; adored grandmother of Lawrence Baylin, Scott and Lori Baylin, Merle and Martin Mailloux, Melissa and Brian Adler, Matthew...
NEWS
By Lisa Goldberg and Lisa Goldberg,sun reporter | September 22, 2005
Two Dundalk men rescued from a southeastern Baltimore County island Tuesday after jumping off a stolen boat were arrested on theft charges, and authorities continued to search yesterday for three others who, the men said, also jumped from the vessel but never made it to shore. Investigators did not know yesterday whether the claims about three missing men were true - no one had come forward to verify the information. Maryland Natural Resources Police conducted a search Tuesday and yesterday, using boats and a helicopter, according to a spokesman.
NEWS
May 7, 2003
Phyllis K. Baylin, a homemaker and former medical assistant, died of respiratory failure Monday at Holy Cross Hospital in Silver Spring. She was 65, and a resident of Garrett Park. Born Phyllis Kahn in Baltimore, she was raised in Owings Mills and graduated from Park School. She later earned an associate's degree from Villa Julia College. She worked as a medical assistant at the National Institutes of Health before her 1959 marriage to Howard Baylin. Her husband, a Silver Spring interior designer, died in 1996.
SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | November 11, 2001
The idea for Western Maryland yesterday was to prepare for next weekend's Division III playoffs one last time, establish a couple more offensive records and move a game closer to Johns Hopkins in the two programs' storied series. The Blue Jays, however, came with their own plan. Getting a record-breaking performance from senior wide receiver Zach Baylin and a resilient defensive effort that forced four turnovers, Hopkins ended the Green Terrors' 33-game Centennial Conference winning streak with a stunning, 21-14 win at Bair Stadium in Westminster.
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