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July 20, 2006
REV. KENNETH BEVINS departed this life on June 22, 2006. He was educated in the Baltimore City Public School System. He was a graduate of City College, Morgan State University (B.S. 1971), University of Maryland (J.D. 1975) and Virginia Seminary, B.A. (Theology). A member of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc. and Tau Alpha Upsilon Fraternity. He leaves to cherish his memory: son, Maurice; daughters, Demetria, Kairla and Kaitlin; grandson, Asher; sister, Vivian; uncles, Raymond, Pinkney and Clifton; aunts, Thelma and Florine; nieces, Bronte', Terry, Joann and Cheryl; nephew, Anthony, special cousins, Jacqui and Darrell; and his "best friend", Edward Smith, Jr., Esq. and a host of relatives and friends.
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By Nayana Davis, The Baltimore Sun | August 4, 2014
After investing $700,000 to renovate a struggling White Marsh motel and restaurant he bought two years ago, Ronald Parker was worried that a battle over the decades-old sign could cost him his business. Parker, a 67-year-old attorney who lives in Harford County, lost a Baltimore County administrative hearing earlier this year after a resident reported that signs at the business, the Williamsburg Inn on U.S. 40, were too large and didn't conform to current county standards. "To me, it's ludicrous," Parker said.
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By Raven L. Hill, The Baltimore Sun | November 29, 2010
When Vicki Almond and Cathy A. Bevins campaigned for seats on the Baltimore County Council this fall, they got a similar reaction from voters: It's about time. Baltimore County government has sometimes been called a boys' club, and with good reason: in the past half-century, just three women have been elected to the county council, which has been all-male for the past 16 years. But the nickname will soon be a thing of the past. Almond and Bevins' swearing-in on Dec. 6 will mark the first time that two women serve simultaneously.
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June 28, 2014
Well, I guess it is congratulations to Baltimore County Council Chairwoman Cathy Bevins in winning the Democratic primary election in District 6 ("Two Balto. Co. councilman lose seats in election," June 25)! Her campaign commitments of "your priorities are my priorities," public safety and protecting our children, "answering seniors' calls for help," "quality of life issues for local residents" and "being the true voice of the people" allow her to come out on top despite all of the mudslinging.
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May 17, 2004
Suddenly on May 15, 2004, DONALD M. "Marty" STURGILL, JR., beloved husband of Pamela A. (nee Bevins) Sturgill; devoted father of Donald M. "Marty" Sturgill III and Michael Ryan Sturgill; loving son of Donald M. Sturgill, Sr., and Wanda Jean Sturgill; dear brother of Debra Myers and Donna M. Spokus; son-in-law of Shirley L. Bevins. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. A Funeral service will be held at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dundalk Inc., 7922 Wise Ave. on Wednesday, at 10 am. Friends may call on Monday, from 7 to 9 PM and Tuesday, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 PM. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to a trust fund in the name of Marty and Michael at Patapsco Bank.
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By ROGER SIMON | February 20, 1991
Brian Cary Sokolow owns a 1970 red Mustang convertible that he treats with the care and tenderness that some men squander on women.He babies that car; he coddles it; he drives it but 1,000 miles per year. And every winter, he moves it off the streets of Baltimore and into storage in Hagerstown.Soon it will be spring again, however, and Sokolow will retrieve his scarlet dream machine -- and the trouble will start again.The animals will come to get him.Last month, I wrote about how deer and other wild animals are attacking people in increasing numbers in the Baltimore area.
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By Richard Irwin | March 3, 1998
Police Blotter is a sampling of crimes in Baltimore and Baltimore County.Northeastern DistrictShooting suspect arrested: A Baltimore County man being sought after his 13-year-old sister was shot Sunday night surrendered to police last night and was being held at the Central Booking and Intake Center. The girl was a passenger in a car that was following her brother's Cadillac when he reportedly stopped at Montpelier and Independence streets about 5 p.m., left his car with a handgun and shot at several men with whom he was arguing.
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September 27, 1994
County police arrested two people Friday night after breaking up a melee that involved as many as 50 people after an Old Mill High School football game, officials said.Cory Brian Samuel, 18, of the 400 block of Jumpers Court and a 14-year-old boy were charged with disorderly conduct, police said.The fight broke out shortly after 9:30 p.m. as fans left the game between Old Mill and Bowie. Officer Gordon Cobb saw six to 10 boys on the parking lot pushing and shoving one another. He and Officer Brian Malar dispersed the group, which gathered at the other end of the lot and started to fight again, police said.
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By Arthur Hirsch, The Baltimore Sun | October 31, 2010
The election for an open Baltimore County Council seat in the east side's District 6 that includes Middle River, Fullerton and Overlea has, in many respects, become a referendum on the status quo and the Democratic administration that has been in place for the past eight years. Democrat Cathy A. Bevins, 51, of Middle River, was part of that administration, working for seven years in constituent service for County Executive James T. Smith Jr., and she said she would like to carry on Smith's approach.
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By Candus Thomson and Candus Thomson,candy.thomson@baltsun.com | June 8, 2009
It seemed like a good idea at the time. And five years later, those who brought the McDonald's LPGA Championship to Harford County's Bulle Rock Golf Club say they got what they expected: high-quality competition on a world-class course with millions raised for charity. But after this week's competition, the pro tour and the sponsor will part ways in a decision reached a year ago. The LPGA leaves with complete control of one of its signature events. McDonald's, the sponsor for 28 years, will put on a golfing fundraiser with lower overhead to ensure more money is funneled to Ronald McDonald House Charities.
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Alison Knezevich, The Baltimore Sun | June 25, 2014
Two Baltimore County councilwomen survived primary challenges Tuesday while two other incumbents lost their seats. Four of the council's seven members faced opposition in a primary election that had light voter turnout across the region. Councilman Todd Huff, a Lutherville Republican, and Councilman Ken Oliver, a Randallstown Democrat, both fell to challengers. Democratic Councilwoman Vicki Almond prevailed in a challenge from Pikesville attorney Jon Herbst, and Council Chairwoman Cathy Bevins, also a Democrat, beat back opponent Jeff Beard.
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By Alison Knezevich, The Baltimore Sun | June 19, 2014
A Baltimore County Council candidate is crying foul over a campaign mailing by his opponent that highlights arrest records. In a mailing delivered to voters this week, Councilwoman Cathy Bevins claims challenger Jeff Beard has a record of "committing crimes. " The two face each other in the June 24 Democratic primary, vying to represent the district that includes Middle River and Essex. The mailer from Bevins' campaign says Beard was arrested and pleaded guilty to DUI; was arrested on three counts of battery; and was charged with resisting arrest.
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By Alison Knezevich, The Baltimore Sun | April 30, 2014
Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz today announced he will formally support Connie DeJuliis in her bid for state Senate. DeJuliis is challenging Sen. Jim Brochin of Towson in the Democratic primary for District 42. “As a small business owner and longtime advocate for safer neighborhoods, Connie will be a true leader for the people of the 42nd District,” Kamenetz said in a statement.  “I've known Connie for over 30 years and I'm...
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By Alison Knezevich, The Baltimore Sun | January 6, 2014
The Baltimore County Council on Monday unanimously elected Councilwoman Cathy Bevins to serve as chairwoman for 2014. Bevins, a Middle River Democrat, was elected to the council in 2010. She previously worked as former County Executive Jim Smith's constituent services coordinator for the county's east side, and as administrator of the Baltimore County Volunteer Firemen's Association. She now represents Baltimore County on the legislative committee for the Maryland Association of Counties.
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By Alison Knezevich, The Baltimore Sun | September 28, 2012
Prominent developers have targeted the districts of two Baltimore County councilwomen with referendum drives to overturn recent zoning votes the developers didn't like. At a community meeting this month, a Cordish Cos. representative distributed petitions that would put land-use decisions in Council Chairwoman Vicki Almond's and Councilwoman Cathy Bevins' districts on the 2014 ballot, according to people who attended the meeting. And the Committee for Zoning Integrity, which has ties to developer Howard Brown of David S. Brown Enterprises, launched a website promoting the referendum drive.
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By Alison Knezevich, The Baltimore Sun | December 20, 2011
Baltimore County Council members are privately discussing the lucrative pension deals of County Executive Kevin Kamenetz and former councilmen Sam Moxley and Vince Gardina. A Sun editorial published this Sunday highlighted the men's retirement benefits . An amendment to a 2010 pension reform law - which reduced county workers' benefits - allowed them to return to work for the county and accrue new pension benefits while earning their salary. “It sounds like double dipping to me,” Councilwoman Cathy Bevins said.
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Arthur Hirsch and Raven L. Hill, The Baltimore Sun | November 3, 2010
Baltimore County Executive-elect Kevin Kamenetz will hold a news conference Thursday to talk about election results and plans for the transition to his administration, his campaign manager said. Peter Clerkin said Democratic County Councilman Kamenetz was spending time with his family and was not available for questions Wednesday, a day after he defeated Republican Kenneth C. Holt 54 percent to 46 percent in unofficial returns. Precinct results show Kamenetz, 52, a four-term council veteran from Owings Mills, ran up overwhelming margins in his home territory on the west side and received substantial support in more conservative east-side neighborhoods.
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By Raven L. Hill, The Baltimore Sun | November 29, 2010
When Vicki Almond and Cathy A. Bevins campaigned for seats on the Baltimore County Council this fall, they got a similar reaction from voters: It's about time. Baltimore County government has sometimes been called a boys' club, and with good reason: in the past half-century, just three women have been elected to the county council, which has been all-male for the past 16 years. But the nickname will soon be a thing of the past. Almond and Bevins' swearing-in on Dec. 6 will mark the first time that two women serve simultaneously.
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Arthur Hirsch and Raven L. Hill, The Baltimore Sun | November 3, 2010
Baltimore County Executive-elect Kevin Kamenetz will hold a news conference Thursday to talk about election results and plans for the transition to his administration, his campaign manager said. Peter Clerkin said Democratic County Councilman Kamenetz was spending time with his family and was not available for questions Wednesday, a day after he defeated Republican Kenneth C. Holt 54 percent to 46 percent in unofficial returns. Precinct results show Kamenetz, 52, a four-term council veteran from Owings Mills, ran up overwhelming margins in his home territory on the west side and received substantial support in more conservative east-side neighborhoods.
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