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February 20, 2007
On Sunday, February 4, 2007, BILL HOWARD OZBORN, husband of Patricia Ozborn, father of Michelle Trollope, father-in- law of Tony Trollope, grandfather of Dylan, Winston and Ethan Trollope of San Antonio, brother of Diane Holman, nephew of Norma Martin and Billie Rogers of Ft. Worth. Also survived by numerous cousins, nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. A Memorial Service will be held at St. Marks Lutheran Church, 1900 St. Paul St. on Sunday, February 25th at 4pm. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Baltimore Opera Company, 110 W. Mt. Royal Ave., Baltimore, MD 21201.
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By Jeff Barker and Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | February 18, 2013
Junior point guard Pe'Shon Howard has been reinstated after being suspended for Saturday's win over Duke and will accompany his Maryland teammates to Boston College for Tuesday night's game. “He's been punished. We welcome him back with open arms,” Turgeon said. “We need a mature, confident Pe'Shon moving forward for us to finish strong.” Asked if he thought not being at Comcast Center for the team's biggest win this season would solidify the message to Howard, Turgeon said, “Yeah, it probably does.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | January 7, 2012
Pe'Shon Howard extends his wrists to display tattoos of stars — the sort you might see on the door to a Hollywood actor's dressing room. They are appropriate symbols for a point guard who grew up immersed in celebrity culture as the grandson of a Los Angeles hair stylist who worked on movie sets with Eddie Murphy and other A-list actors. His teammates sometimes call Howard — who is naturally theatrical — "Hollywood P. " But then the Maryland sophomore — whose Terps (10-3)
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | February 25, 2012
Several Howard County restaurant owners are lobbying for the right to sell refillable containers of beer and wine to dine-in customers, but the plan has raised concerns from the owners of a liquor store that the sales would result in irresponsible drinking. Corinne Gorzo, who co-owns Glenwood Wine and Spirits with her husband, John, spoke out against refillable containers to state lawmakers, voicing concern about potential sanitation and safety issues resulting from customers drinking to excess.
SPORTS
By Jeff Barker and Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | February 18, 2013
Junior point guard Pe'Shon Howard has been reinstated after being suspended for Saturday's win over Duke and will accompany his Maryland teammates to Boston College for Tuesday night's game. “He's been punished. We welcome him back with open arms,” Turgeon said. “We need a mature, confident Pe'Shon moving forward for us to finish strong.” Asked if he thought not being at Comcast Center for the team's biggest win this season would solidify the message to Howard, Turgeon said, “Yeah, it probably does.
NEWS
September 19, 1993
Covenants Must Not Be IgnoredThere is an ongoing problem that exists throughout Oakland Mills and probably in the other villages as well. There are many residents who believe in their unalienable right to own property and do with it as they please.This is not the case in Columbia. The covenants say that everything done to the exterior of one's house requires an application to the Resident Architecture Committee for approval. Those of us who pay the Columbia Parks and Recreation Association lien own our property with a partner.
NEWS
January 12, 1993
Don't look for anything earth-shattering in the package of legislation being generated by the Howard County delegation to the Maryland General Assembly this year. For the session in Annapolis that opens tomorrow, county delegates have but two items of local significance up for their colleagues' consideration.First is an ethics bill sponsored by Del. Martin G. Madden. It would require developers seeking a zoning change from the county to disclose any campaign contributions of $500 or more they made to a County Council member.
NEWS
By Philip Davis and Philip Davis,Howard County Bureau of The Sun | January 1, 1991
Despite looming recession, the struggle to manage growth in Howard County will continue in 1991, with the filing of competing emergency council bills: one that would lift building-permit restrictions, another that would continue them.With the support of County Executive Charles I. Ecker, County Council Chairman C. Vernon Gray, D-3rd, has introduced a bill that would throw out a cap on residential building activity that was passed by the council in September 1989.Mr. Gray said yesterday that the recession made the cap unnecessary and that the county needed to encourage development to bring in much-needed revenue.
NEWS
By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | February 25, 2012
Several Howard County restaurant owners are lobbying for the right to sell refillable containers of beer and wine to dine-in customers, but the plan has raised concerns from the owners of a liquor store that the sales would result in irresponsible drinking. Corinne Gorzo, who co-owns Glenwood Wine and Spirits with her husband, John, spoke out against refillable containers to state lawmakers, voicing concern about potential sanitation and safety issues resulting from customers drinking to excess.
FEATURES
By Mary Corey and Mary Corey,Staff Writer | July 12, 1992
Dr. William Howard rubs his hand through his stubbly crew cut and sighs. With his legs dangling over the examining table and his blue eyes darting around the room, he looks more like an anxious patient than a fearless surgeon. There's good reason: In between treating a stress fracture and scoliosis, he's spent the last three hours talking about himself -- his motivation, his ego, his competitive spirit, his drive. Say what you will about a life unexamined, the good doctor believes otherwise.
NEWS
By Alison Knezevich, The Baltimore Sun | January 10, 2012
A Baltimore County councilman plans to introduce a measure next week to prohibit discrimination against transgender people. Tom Quirk, a Catonsville Democrat, said the bill would add both gender identity and sexual orientation to the county's existing anti-discrimination laws. He plans to introduce it at the council meeting scheduled for Jan. 17. Last April, a videotaped attack on Chrissy Lee Polis, a transgender woman, at a Rosedale McDonald's drew national attention. Quirk said his reasons for pushing the issue are broader than the McDonald's attack.
SPORTS
By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | January 7, 2012
Pe'Shon Howard extends his wrists to display tattoos of stars — the sort you might see on the door to a Hollywood actor's dressing room. They are appropriate symbols for a point guard who grew up immersed in celebrity culture as the grandson of a Los Angeles hair stylist who worked on movie sets with Eddie Murphy and other A-list actors. His teammates sometimes call Howard — who is naturally theatrical — "Hollywood P. " But then the Maryland sophomore — whose Terps (10-3)
NEWS
By Larry Carson, The Baltimore Sun | June 3, 2011
A bill to give six private, nonprofit swim clubs a tax break and three other measures arising from contentious zoning disputes over funeral home parking and allowing outdoor social events in rural, residential areas are due for introduction before the Howard County Council on Monday night. If approved, the swimming club bill would cost the county $52,828 in lost property taxes, according to a chart prepared for Councilwoman Courtney Watson, an Ellicott City Democrat who is the main sponsor.
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By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,larry.carson@baltsun.com | July 26, 2009
Political heat is building over three bills involving religion, higher builders' fees and the future of Columbia's village centers as the Howard County Council heads for its annual August recess. All three bills are due for a final work session Monday and a vote Thursday, though most council members favor delaying a vote on the village center bill until Sept. 4 to give residents more time to study amendments. "Based on feedback from village members, I'm leaning very strongly toward extending its life and voting in early September," Council Chairwoman Mary Kay Sigaty said about the village center bill.
NEWS
February 20, 2007
On Sunday, February 4, 2007, BILL HOWARD OZBORN, husband of Patricia Ozborn, father of Michelle Trollope, father-in- law of Tony Trollope, grandfather of Dylan, Winston and Ethan Trollope of San Antonio, brother of Diane Holman, nephew of Norma Martin and Billie Rogers of Ft. Worth. Also survived by numerous cousins, nieces, nephews, extended family and friends. A Memorial Service will be held at St. Marks Lutheran Church, 1900 St. Paul St. on Sunday, February 25th at 4pm. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Baltimore Opera Company, 110 W. Mt. Royal Ave., Baltimore, MD 21201.
NEWS
By Phillip McGowan and Phillip McGowan,SUN STAFF | June 1, 2005
Anne Arundel and Howard counties could be incorporated into a disaster plan for the Washington region under a bill pending in Congress. A homeland security bill that recently cleared the House would require the Department of Homeland Security to study whether the National Capital Region should be expanded to include the two Maryland counties. "Howard and Anne Arundel counties are where many commuters live, and it's important that these counties be part of any coordinated safety plan if a terrorist attack should occur," said Rep. Benjamin L. Cardin, a Democrat who inserted into the homeland security bill the provision calling for the change.
NEWS
By Larry Carson, The Baltimore Sun | June 3, 2011
A bill to give six private, nonprofit swim clubs a tax break and three other measures arising from contentious zoning disputes over funeral home parking and allowing outdoor social events in rural, residential areas are due for introduction before the Howard County Council on Monday night. If approved, the swimming club bill would cost the county $52,828 in lost property taxes, according to a chart prepared for Councilwoman Courtney Watson, an Ellicott City Democrat who is the main sponsor.
SPORTS
By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | September 25, 1998
Football won't be the only game to watch tomorrow in Howard County.Field hockey, volleyball and girls soccer games will be played to comply with an order from the federal Office of Civil Rights under the Title IX agreement."
NEWS
By Liz F. Kay and Liz F. Kay,SUN STAFF | January 30, 2004
Howard County Council members agreed at their work session yesterday to table several bills until next month, allowing time to review them again after getting the comprehensive rezoning bill out of the way. Among the measures delayed was an administration bill that would give the county's 275 police officers a deferred pension option once they have 25 years' seniority. Western Howard Republican Allan H. Kittleman asked for more time to consider it. "Frankly I'm a little concerned," he said when pressed by Jim Fitzgerald, president of the police union.
NEWS
By Jason Song and Jason Song,SUN STAFF | May 3, 2002
A water billing issue that has caused a stir of consumer complaints in Howard County is now drawing attention from Congress. A provision in the Senate energy bill, which passed 88-11 on April 25, would provide tax incentives to landlords and property owners who install sub- meters in apartments and condos. Submeters keep track of exactly how much water each apartment uses, which helps apartment owners bill their tenants accurately. Water conservationists and housing officials hope the measure, which still must be agreed to by the House, will spur landlords and tenants to become more responsible water users.
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