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By EDWARD LEE and EDWARD LEE,SUN STAFF | October 1, 1995
A set of speed bumps planned for Manhattan Beach Road will give motorists a jarring reminder that they're back on their neighborhood's quiet streets.Two other county roads will get the speed bumps as the Department of Public Works and county officials work to control traffic."
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | March 9, 2013
A man was killed in a head-on crash involving two vehicles on Chesapeake Beach Road in Anne Arundel County on Saturday morning, police said. Ronald Lignelli, 61, from Chesapeake Beach was pronounced dead at the scene. His Ford Taurus had crossed into the path of a Ford Expedition in the westbound lane of the road about 5:45 a.m., police said. When officers arrived, the Expedition was on its side and on fire, but its driver, Andre Mackall, 33, from Owings had been pulled free by passers-by shortly before it caught fire, police said.
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By GREG GARLAND and GREG GARLAND,SUN REPORTER | December 11, 2005
Three people were killed and three others injured in two separate auto accidents late Friday in Anne Arundel County, police said yesterday. A car traveling at excessive speeds about 10 p.m. on New Jersey Avenue N.E. near Kent Road in Glen Burnie spun out of control on a patch of black ice and slammed into a utility pole, killing the driver, Damian Antwan Johnson, 20, and a front-seat passenger, Courtney Leigh Housand, 15, police said. Three teenage passengers in the back seat of the 2000 Acura Integra were injured.
FEATURES
By SAM SESSA and SAM SESSA,SUN REPORTER | July 1, 2006
Summertime in Ocean City and Rehoboth Beach: Barely an inch of blanket space on the beach, little kids kicking sand in your face and a crush of foot traffic trampling down the boardwalk. Is this really getting away? Plenty of quieter coastal options do exist. Among those: Lewes, Broadkill and Slaughter beaches in Delaware and Assateaugue seashore in Maryland. On a recent weekday afternoon, barely a dozen people were at Delaware's Slaughter Beach. Sylvia Smith and her granddaughter Khari Vance were two of them.
NEWS
June 12, 1996
A Pasadena woman was choked and robbed of $84 Monday in the driveway of her house, county police said yesterday.The woman, Donna Lou Walter, 27, of the 700 block of Powhatan Beach Road, did not need medical treatment. She told police she arrived home about 6: 25 p.m. and started talking to a man whom she knew who was waiting in her driveway.The man asked her how much money she had, then grabbed her by the throat, reached into her apron, and removed $84 in cash. He was last seen running west on Powhatan Beach Road.
NEWS
June 7, 1993
POLICE LOG* Pasadena: Burglars broke into a home in the 100 block of Will-O-Brook Drive Wednesday and took appliances and other property. The value of the goods was not known.Chesterfield: A resident of the 3400 block of Marble Arch Drive reported to police that someone broke into his home Wednesday and took a handgun valued at $50.Magothy Beach: Fifty dollars in coins were stolen from a home in the 200 block of Magothy Beach Road between May 29 and Monday, police reported.
NEWS
August 9, 1994
County police are looking for a man who dragged a 21-year-old Riviera Beach woman into woods near Colonial Beach Road and Woodland Beach Road and tried to rape her Sunday afternoon, police said.The woman told police she was walking along Colonial Beach Road about 3 p.m. after fighting with her boyfriend when a car pulled up beside her. A man got out and forced her into the woods as the car drove off, police said.The man tried to fondle her, but she punched him in the face, the woman told police.
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By Gregory P. Kane and Gregory P. Kane,Sun Staff Writer | July 27, 1995
Vice detectives seized 15 gambling machines from 11 bars and a pool hall during a series of raids Tuesday, county police said yesterday.Six of the establishments were in Pasadena. Three were in Glen Burnie, and one each in Stony Beach, Solley Park and Odenton, police said.Detectives conducted gambling investigations for 2 1/2 months before launching the raids.All but two of the bars raided -- The New Walker's Inn in the 7900 block of Main St., Stony Beach, and the Woodland Beach Inn in the 1400 block of Woodland Beach Road, Pasadena -- had been raided before, said Officer Randy Bell, a county police spokesman.
NEWS
January 28, 2001
Owens chooses developer for panel on Taylor site County Executive Janet S. Owens has named a Severna Park developer the new chairman of a committee advising the county on how to turn the former David Taylor Research Center into a $250 million high-technology office park on the Severn River. Bertrand A. Mason, president of Benchmark Realty Corp., replaces Steve Carr, who was dismissed as chairman by Owens three weeks ago after he sent an angry e-mail to County Council members and others.
NEWS
November 20, 1991
County homicide investigators are looking for leads that would identify a man who was found shot to death on the side of a Pasadena road early yesterday morning.County police spokesman Officer V. Richard Molloy said detectives are hoping fingerprints or a missing personsreport will identify the black man found lying in plain view on the side of Alpine Beach Road at about 8 a.m. by a woman who had walked by.The man, who is believed to have been in his mid-40s, was shot inthe side of the head.
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By GREG GARLAND and GREG GARLAND,SUN REPORTER | December 11, 2005
Three people were killed and three others injured in two separate auto accidents late Friday in Anne Arundel County, police said yesterday. A car traveling at excessive speeds about 10 p.m. on New Jersey Avenue N.E. near Kent Road in Glen Burnie spun out of control on a patch of black ice and slammed into a utility pole, killing the driver, Damian Antwan Johnson, 20, and a front-seat passenger, Courtney Leigh Housand, 15, police said. Three teenage passengers in the back seat of the 2000 Acura Integra were injured.
NEWS
September 25, 2003
Anne Arundel County will open additional trash-disposal sites in 23 communities today, including several damaged by Tropical Storm Isabel, to aid in the disposal of storm debris. These sites will be open during daylight hours today through Sunday, county officials said: Bayside Beach, at Lake and Bodkin View drives. Venice on the Bay at Arundel Road and Lake Road. Brooklyn Park, at Valley Road and 10th Avenue. Arundel on the Bay, at Magnolia and Cohasset avenues. Bay Ridge, at River Drive and Clark Path.
NEWS
December 10, 2002
Annapolis woman injured when car collides with truck An Annapolis woman was in fair condition yesterday after a weekend accident involving her Pontiac Sunfire and a trash truck. Police said Tershia M. Coleman, 20, of the 300 block of Forest Beach Road in Annapolis was driving the Sunfire north on Browns Woods Road in Annapolis on Saturday afternoon when the car veered into the southbound lane and struck a trash truck driven by Philip E. Pratt, 48, of the 1300 block of Columbia Beach Road in Shadyside.
NEWS
January 28, 2001
Owens chooses developer for panel on Taylor site County Executive Janet S. Owens has named a Severna Park developer the new chairman of a committee advising the county on how to turn the former David Taylor Research Center into a $250 million high-technology office park on the Severn River. Bertrand A. Mason, president of Benchmark Realty Corp., replaces Steve Carr, who was dismissed as chairman by Owens three weeks ago after he sent an angry e-mail to County Council members and others.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | April 13, 1997
A fast-moving fire destroyed a $40,000 wood-frame house at 338 Forest Beach Road late Friday. No one was injured.A furnace in a crawl space under the floor ignited the flooring and, because no one arrived home until about 11: 50 p.m., the fire spread undetected until it engulfed the single-story house, said Battalion Chief Gary Sheckells, the Anne Arundel County EMS Fire-Rescue spokesman.Pub Date: 4/13/97
NEWS
June 12, 1996
A Pasadena woman was choked and robbed of $84 Monday in the driveway of her house, county police said yesterday.The woman, Donna Lou Walter, 27, of the 700 block of Powhatan Beach Road, did not need medical treatment. She told police she arrived home about 6: 25 p.m. and started talking to a man whom she knew who was waiting in her driveway.The man asked her how much money she had, then grabbed her by the throat, reached into her apron, and removed $84 in cash. He was last seen running west on Powhatan Beach Road.
NEWS
By Robert Lee and Robert Lee,Staff writer | January 17, 1991
Manhattan Beach may get a sidewalk as early as this spring to carry pedestrians and cyclists safely to Ritchie Highway and the B & A Trail.Nothing is concrete yet, but since the Manhattan Beach Civic Association has agreed to request a rather modest half-mile black asphalt path rather than a traditional slab sidewalk, they may be able to get the project through as early as the spring.The danger of walking along Manhattan Beach Road, a busy, narrow, winding and hilly access road, is one of several problems forming what community and business leaders have dubbed Severna Park's "Berlin Wall."
NEWS
May 24, 1994
A 76-year-old Greenland Beach woman died of injuries after she drove her car into a tree Sunday evening, county police said yesterday.The woman, who lived in the 300 block of Greenland Beach Road, died at 6:48 p.m. at North Arundel Hospital, police said.The victim may have had a medical problem, police said. The state medical examiner will perform an autopsy to determine the cause of death.Police will inspect the 1978 Ford station wagon she was driving to determine whether it had any defects that may have caused the accident.
NEWS
By EDWARD LEE and EDWARD LEE,SUN STAFF | October 1, 1995
A set of speed bumps planned for Manhattan Beach Road will give motorists a jarring reminder that they're back on their neighborhood's quiet streets.Two other county roads will get the speed bumps as the Department of Public Works and county officials work to control traffic."
NEWS
By Gregory P. Kane and Gregory P. Kane,Sun Staff Writer | July 27, 1995
Vice detectives seized 15 gambling machines from 11 bars and a pool hall during a series of raids Tuesday, county police said yesterday.Six of the establishments were in Pasadena. Three were in Glen Burnie, and one each in Stony Beach, Solley Park and Odenton, police said.Detectives conducted gambling investigations for 2 1/2 months before launching the raids.All but two of the bars raided -- The New Walker's Inn in the 7900 block of Main St., Stony Beach, and the Woodland Beach Inn in the 1400 block of Woodland Beach Road, Pasadena -- had been raided before, said Officer Randy Bell, a county police spokesman.
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