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By Joe Nawrozki and Joe Nawrozki,SUN STAFF | September 17, 2000
Twilight gathered in a dazzling splash of reds and pinks out beyond Old Bay Road while a heron, frozen statuelike, waited near the shoreline for dinner. In the tranquil waterfront village of Fort Howard in eastern Baltimore County, another grueling day ended for veteran waterman Jimmy Iman Jr. He had put the finishing touches of paint on hundreds of crab pots but still had to examine his trotlines for weak spots. Suddenly, he remembered the most important obligation of this waning evening: He had to do his homework.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | July 20, 2014
Some athletes take to a sport after watching a memorable performance. Others simply are born to play it. Hall of Fame golfer Carol Mann's career path was set when she couldn't see her head in a mirror made for young ballerinas to study their movements. "I made my ballet debut at the Lyric Theatre [in Chicago], in a little-kids ballet," recalled Mann, who grew up in Rodgers Forge and lived there until her parents moved to Chicago after her freshman year at Notre Dame Prep. "That was my first experience of performing in the public.
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BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | June 1, 2013
Annette Walter was chief operating officer of a fast-growing Baltimore real estate company. Her husband, Shawn, a former construction project manager, had launched a successful career in sales. But in March, the Hunt Valley couple walked away from the corporate world of fixed schedules and long commutes and went into business for themselves. They bought a 75-year-old company in Baltimore that distributes wooden and plastic pallets. The Walters will run the business from their home.
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | June 1, 2013
Annette Walter was chief operating officer of a fast-growing Baltimore real estate company. Her husband, Shawn, a former construction project manager, had launched a successful career in sales. But in March, the Hunt Valley couple walked away from the corporate world of fixed schedules and long commutes and went into business for themselves. They bought a 75-year-old company in Baltimore that distributes wooden and plastic pallets. The Walters will run the business from their home.
SPORTS
By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | July 20, 2014
Some athletes take to a sport after watching a memorable performance. Others simply are born to play it. Hall of Fame golfer Carol Mann's career path was set when she couldn't see her head in a mirror made for young ballerinas to study their movements. "I made my ballet debut at the Lyric Theatre [in Chicago], in a little-kids ballet," recalled Mann, who grew up in Rodgers Forge and lived there until her parents moved to Chicago after her freshman year at Notre Dame Prep. "That was my first experience of performing in the public.
NEWS
By Eric Siegel and Eric Siegel,Sun Staff Writer Sun staff writer Peter Hermann contributed to this article | July 28, 1994
Hours after City Council President Mary Pat Clarke publicly criticized the mayor for allowing a tough new curfew bill to languish unsigned for nearly a month, administration officials announced yesterday that he is expected to sign the measure when he returns from vacation today.The bill -- which received final council approval June 27 -- requires children under age 17 to be off the streets by 11 p.m. weeknights and by midnight Saturday and Sunday. Police can take violators to their homes or to designated holding facilities.
NEWS
April 5, 2004
On Saturday, April 3, 2004, MRS. MARY EDITH (nee Burroughs) WILLIAMS; beloved wife of Jerry Eldon Williams; beloved mother of Cathy Cordle, Karen Cumberland, Louis Capps and the late Debra Ludlum; beloved sister of Catherine Crim; devoted grandmother of Lisa Miller, Billy Miller, B.J. Capps, Karen Capps, Kevin Clark and Bill-Bill Clark. Also survived by five great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the LOUDON PARK FUNERAL HOME, 3620 Wilkens Avenue, on Tuesday, April 6, from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral Services 11 A.M., Wednesday, April 7, at the funeral home.
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By Jill Hudson and Jill Hudson,SUN STAFF | December 16, 1996
Two Columbia residents were injured in a single-car accident Thursday at Broken Land Parkway and Cradlerock Way when their car hit a tree, according to the Howard County Department of Fire and Rescue.The driver, Bill Clark, 57, and his passenger, Ruby Clark, 81, both of the 5800 block of Barnwood Place in Hickory Ridge village, were treated at Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore and released. Their 1994 Oldsmobile Sierra ran off the road and hit a light pole and a tree, said Sgt. Steven Keller, Howard County police spokesman.
SPORTS
January 7, 2000
Baseball Office of the Commissioner: Named former AL president Gene Budig senior adviser to the baseball commissioner. Diamondbacks: Named Bryan Lambe assistant to the general manager. Marlins: Invited the following players to spring training: P Jason Grilli, P Bronswell Patrick, former Orioles P Ricky Bones, P Claudio Vargas, P Gary Knotts, P Scott Comer, IF Sean McNally, IF Chris Clapinski, IF Joe Funaro, IF Mendy Lopez, C Sandy Martinez, C Ryan Robertson, C Chris Tremie, C Brandon Harper, C Matt Treanor, former Orioles OF Mark Smith and OF Jaime Jones.
SPORTS
By MIKE FRAINIE and By MIKE FRAINIE,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 7, 1999
Glenelg came to Long Reach yesterday knowing that four solid quarters would put it in the state Class 1A football playoffs. The number four did play a prominent part in the game, but unfortunately for the Gladiators (6-4, 5-4) the four represented yardage - total yardage.Long Reach (7-3, 7-2) used five turnovers (four interceptions and one fumble recovery), a stifling defense and a key injury to Glenelg quarterback Zack McQuigg to post a 41-0 victory in a Howard County League game, the final game for both teams.
NEWS
By Joe Nawrozki and Joe Nawrozki,SUN STAFF | September 17, 2000
Twilight gathered in a dazzling splash of reds and pinks out beyond Old Bay Road while a heron, frozen statuelike, waited near the shoreline for dinner. In the tranquil waterfront village of Fort Howard in eastern Baltimore County, another grueling day ended for veteran waterman Jimmy Iman Jr. He had put the finishing touches of paint on hundreds of crab pots but still had to examine his trotlines for weak spots. Suddenly, he remembered the most important obligation of this waning evening: He had to do his homework.
NEWS
By Eric Siegel and Eric Siegel,Sun Staff Writer Sun staff writer Peter Hermann contributed to this article | July 28, 1994
Hours after City Council President Mary Pat Clarke publicly criticized the mayor for allowing a tough new curfew bill to languish unsigned for nearly a month, administration officials announced yesterday that he is expected to sign the measure when he returns from vacation today.The bill -- which received final council approval June 27 -- requires children under age 17 to be off the streets by 11 p.m. weeknights and by midnight Saturday and Sunday. Police can take violators to their homes or to designated holding facilities.
SPORTS
May 28, 2000
More on Mussina This letter is in response to the negative letter about Mike Mussina in the sports section on May14: Is Mussina worth $14 million to $15 million a year? Of course he's not, and Mussina would most likely be the first person to agree with this. However, let the market beware. Baseball ownership has set the salary structure, not the players. Don't hold it against Mussina that the Yankees, Indians, Dodgers and perhaps 20 other clubs would be breaking down Mike's door to be their No.1 pitcher for a salary in the $15 million to $17 million range.
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