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May 28, 2004
On May 24, 2004, ERMA D. BELLINGER, loving and devoted mother and grandmother was called home to rest. Arrangements handled by Vaughn C. Greene.
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July 29, 2005
Ten years ago this month, an era ended when the woman who tended the old movable Weems Creek Bridge in Annapolis, Annette "Annie" Bellinger, worked her last day in teh shack under the bridge span. The State Highway Administration had decided to tear down and replace the historic 1929 bridge, and besides, as the 73-year-old great-grandmother told The Sun, "I want a break." Nicknamed "the troll lady" by those who spotted her under the bridge, Bellinger worked as the bridge tender for 12 years, from May through November.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | January 30, 1994
The big man is academically ineligible, and the mad bomber has missed the past four games with a knee injury.What remains at UMBC is a deep but inexperienced squad, one that is looking for someone to ask for the ball at crunch time. The Retrievers may have found him in junior forward Kevin Bellinger.Three nights ago, Bellinger scored a career-high 26 points, and yesterday at UMBC Fieldhouse, he collected team-high totals of 20 points and 14 rebounds in the Retrievers' 78-75 Big South Conference victory over Winthrop.
NEWS
May 28, 2004
On May 24, 2004, ERMA D. BELLINGER, loving and devoted mother and grandmother was called home to rest. Arrangements handled by Vaughn C. Greene.
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | January 28, 1994
Backup junior forward Kevin Bellinger scored a career-high 26 points as UMBC defeated North Carolina-Asheville, 78-68, at UMBC Fieldhouse last night.The 6-foot-7 Brooklyn native, who sat out the Retrievers' last game for a violation of team rules, hit 12 of 18 from the field."
SPORTS
By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | December 28, 1995
The Orioles' face lift continued on a smaller scale yesterday, when the club signed journeyman pitcher Keith Shepherd and Triple-A infielder Clay Bellinger to minor-league contracts.Shepherd is a hard-throwing left-hander who has been with nine organizations in his 10-year pro career. Bellinger is a utility infielder who spent the past three seasons with the San Francisco Giants' Triple-A club in Phoenix.General manager Pat Gillick is expected to announce another major-league signing soon -- outfielder Jerome Walton's name has come up a lot lately -- but even that seems like small potatoes after a month in which the club acquired two front-line starting pitchers, a premier closer, an everyday third baseman/DH and a six-time All-Star second baseman.
SPORTS
By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | March 17, 2004
JUPITER, Fla. - Give Clay Bellinger a little credit for recognizing talent and the limitations of his own. "I was never a superstar," he said, "so I never put up great numbers at one position." Maybe this explains why Bellinger has played so many of them. Signed by the Orioles to a minor league contract in January, Bellinger is trying to make the club as a utility infielder. And a part-time outfielder. And a right-handed designated hitter. And an emergency catcher. He'll pretty much do anything except pitch and roll out the tarp during rain delays.
SPORTS
By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | April 2, 2004
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. - The Orioles completed the Florida portion of their exhibition schedule last night with their roster down to 33 players after reassigning Clay Bellinger to the minor league camp. The move should make one player feel a little better about his chances of sticking with the club. Bellinger and Luis Lopez were competing for a utility job as spring training neared its conclusion. Bellinger was informed of the move before last night's exhibition game against the New York Mets.
NEWS
March 13, 1994
On Page 13 of today's Sun Magazine, the person pictured is not "Miss Annie" Bellinger but "Miss Minnie" Piper, a bridge tender in Oldtown, Allegany County. Above is a photo of "Miss Annie" Bellinger.L On Page 8 of the Magazine, Leon Summers' name is misspelled.The Sun regrets the errors.
SPORTS
By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | April 2, 2004
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. - The Orioles completed the Florida portion of their exhibition schedule last night with their roster down to 33 players after reassigning Clay Bellinger to the minor league camp. The move should make one player feel a little better about his chances of sticking with the club. Bellinger and Luis Lopez were competing for a utility job as spring training neared its conclusion. Bellinger was informed of the move before last night's exhibition game against the New York Mets.
SPORTS
By Roch Kubatko and Roch Kubatko,SUN STAFF | March 17, 2004
JUPITER, Fla. - Give Clay Bellinger a little credit for recognizing talent and the limitations of his own. "I was never a superstar," he said, "so I never put up great numbers at one position." Maybe this explains why Bellinger has played so many of them. Signed by the Orioles to a minor league contract in January, Bellinger is trying to make the club as a utility infielder. And a part-time outfielder. And a right-handed designated hitter. And an emergency catcher. He'll pretty much do anything except pitch and roll out the tarp during rain delays.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | November 3, 1999
Lewis Winfield Bellinger, an environmental activist, died Saturday of pneumonia and complications of cancer at North Arundel Hospital. He was 86 and lived in Solley in Anne Arundel County.Regarded as a vigilant protector of his northern Anne Arundel County neighborhood -- as well as the Curtis Bay and Brooklyn sections of southern Baltimore -- for 20 years, he fought air, water and ground pollution."We called him the watchdog of the Marley Neck," said Del. Mary Rosso, a Democrat who represents northern Anne Arundel County.
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By Dan Thanh Dang and Dan Thanh Dang,SUN STAFF | November 17, 1997
Finally, there is silence.Eighteen months of rumbling, drilling, and the thwacking of a 40-ton hammer ramming steel pilings into the mud beneath Weems Creek has ended.The new Weems Creek Bridge opens tomorrow.For Norma Mezick, the silence is pure joy. So happy is Mezick that she rescheduled a hair appointment to join in the ribbon-cutting ceremony.She is "not going to miss" the noise that has disrupted her life for the past year, said Mezick, who has lived on top of a forested hill on Weems Creek Drive in Anne Arundel County for about 40 years.
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