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By Traci A. Johnson and Traci A. Johnson,Sun Staff Writer | May 26, 1994
The Taneytown Rod and Gun Club can rent its Frederick County land for hunting, hold hunter safety courses and "could shoot in any direction and never hit a house." But it still can't get permission to build a range to hold organized shooting competitions.Club officials are waiting again for Frederick Circuit Judge Herbert Rollins to decide on the adequacy of the dirt road leading to the club's 128-acre property on Shoemaker Road just outside Carroll County."The zoning board ruled the road inadequate, and then the Circuit Court decided that the zoning board should hear additional evidence from us about the use of the road," said Wesley D. Blakeslee, general counsel for the club.
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By Katherine Richards and Katherine Richards,Staff Writer | June 30, 1993
About 30 members of four Hampstead condominium associations heard last night that hope is dimming for their recovery of about $98,000 stolen by convicted thief Otis K. Comstock, who managed their properties.Carroll State's Attorney Thomas E. Hickman called the meeting last night at North Carroll High School to tell the associations their options.He said association members could take over management of the units or allow bank foreclosures."We're not going to get ahead," said Robert R. Rill, president of Hampstead Properties Condominium Inc., one association that was bilked.
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By Erika Niedowski and Erika Niedowski,SUN STAFF | December 16, 2002
Dr. Marsha Y. Blakeslee didn't recognize the number on the page she received one recent Friday night at home while she was changing her daughter's diaper, but she called back right away because she knew it must be one of her patients. A woman on vacation with her husband in Hawaii was feeling awful, with a fever, a terrible cough and aches all over. Five minutes later, Blakeslee figured out that her patient was suffering from a severe case of bronchitis, so the 39-year-old doctor called in prescriptions to a Hawaiian pharmacy for antibiotics, a chest decongestant and a cough suppressant, and the woman was soon on the mend.
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By JoAnna Daemmrich and JoAnna Daemmrich,Staff Writer | April 26, 1993
With a steady hand, Flemming Johnson pulled a little red wagon with his two sons through the uneven brick streets of Annapolis yesterday to raise money for the March of Dimes.Mr. Johnson and his wife, Lea, took their boys, 6-year-old Bradley and 3-year-old Wesley, for a sun-drenched tour of Maryland's capital, while thousands of other walkers headed through the streets and parks of Baltimore's suburbs. But for the first time in the event's 23-year history, no one strolled through the city itself.
BUSINESS
September 27, 1999
New positionsFillo is managing director at Columbia ConsultingColumbia Consulting Group promoted Trish Gill Fillo to managing director of the international executive search firm based in Baltimore.With the firm since 1994, she formerly was president of Hollander Gill Associates of New Jersey. A Vassar graduate, Fillo has done graduate work at Johns Hopkins University, serves on the board of several nonprofit organizations and is a trustee of the University of Colorado's MBA program.AdvertisingBall Group appoints Brown as account executiveThe Ball Group appointed Jennifer Leigh Brown as account executive.
NEWS
October 7, 1991
Dr. Larry W. Blum has moved his neurology and neurophysiology officeto 200 Forbes St. in Annapolis.Blum is a diplomate of the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology and of the American Board of Clinical Neurophysiology.He is a member of the staff of neurology at Anne Arundel Medical Center.DENLINGER APPOINTEDSevern Graphics Inc. recently appointed Linda Denlinger as an account executive for the Glen Burnie firm.Denlinger worked most recently for the Blakeslee Group in Silver Spring and represented Custom Color & Photographic Illustration Co. in California before moving to the East Coast.
BUSINESS
April 9, 2004
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Andrea K. Walker, The Baltimore Sun | April 8, 2012
Carolyn Holly Howard, a practitioner of alternative medical techniques, died Tuesday at her Baltimore home after an eight-year battle with ovarian cancer. The resident of the Woodlands at Coldspring Newtown was 61. Ms. Howard was born in Dallas, Texas, but moved around a lot as a child because of her father's work running Christian summer camps for a national organization. The family eventually settled in Ridgewood, N.J., where Ms. Howard graduated from high school. She attended Hope College in Holland, Mich., and Muhlenberg College in Allentown, Pa., before moving to California in the 1970s.
SPORTS
By Rick Belz | June 11, 1995
COACH OF THE YEAR* Linda Blakeslee, Centennial -- When a new coach takes over a program that has been a dynasty, everyone expects to see at least a slight dip in performance.That didn't happen with the Centennial tennis team, which won all 14 regular-season matches to stretch its winning streak to 37 matches.The team won its ninth regular-season title in 12 years, and won its ninth county tournament cup in 11 years by a tournament-record 74 points. The old mark was 65 set by Centennial the year before.
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By Peter Baker and Peter Baker,SUN STAFF | November 10, 1996
Unfavorable weather conditions through the three-day early muzzleloader hunting season for deer last month resulted in a 16 percent decrease in hunter success statewide, according to preliminary figures from the Department of Natural Resources.The unofficial total was 3,851. Last year's early season produced a take of 4,589 deer.According to DNR, warm weather on the opening day and wind and rain on the last day of the season kept the number of hunters in the field lower than in other years.
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