March 26, 1993
It's a lottery sort of day for Robert Ward. No -- make that a time in which he has not only busted the Lotto but also is scooping up chips by the handful at a poker table in Vegas.He's on the phone in his hotel room. "Hey!" Mr. Ward calls out as he waves in a reporter from his hometown of Baltimore. "This is some day. I'm out promoting my new book, and it's getting good reviews. I just sold my next book today for a bundle of money, and we're starting shooting on my next TV pilot Saturday."
June 10, 2011
ADVERTORIAL CONTENT Anyone who is looking for a townhome in Edgewood - with its easy access to the many Baltimore County and Harford County amenities - would be well-advised to consider Bob Ward's Ashby Place. But time is running out: The community of 122 homes has a mere seven units left on the market. "This community in Harford County is almost finished, and we have reduced prices," says Marilyn Payne, vice president of sales for Bob Ward Companies. "The final building is completed for a quick delivery, and the homes here are three-level townhomes with sunrooms that begin in the $190,000s.
September 23, 2001
Bob Ward Homes has opened a model and is offering 23 home sites in Fallston Valley Farms, a community of single-family homes in Harford County. The Fallston community offers traditional-style homes on three-fourths- to 2-acre lots. The homes are on well-and-septic systems and come with electric heat; propane is optional. Standard features include a hardwood foyer, brick or stone fireplace, Corian island kitchen countertop and two-car garage. There are five home models available at the community.
July 30, 2000
Deer Spring Bob Ward Cos. has a new model open at Deer Spring, a contemporary home development in Forest Hill. The Harford County community offers homes ranging in widths of 24 feet and 28 feet in clusters of three and four units, all with gas heat as well as public water and sewer. All homes come standard with covered brick porches, vinyl siding, central air conditioning and laundry rooms. The model, the Tiffany with garage, starts at $148,900 for 1,700 square feet, not including the finished lower level.
December 15, 2003
Dan Jones and Bob Ward Liberty As soon as the 2002 season ended, the Liberty Lions immediately recognized their goal for the 2003 campaign: collecting a state crown. Aided by a drop from Class 3A to 2A, Liberty began this fall with a No. 5 ranking and high expectations. But the Lions posted just one victory - at their Run From the Lions Den Invitational - among two thirds, a fourth and a sixth. After finishing second to Westminster at the Carroll County championships, Liberty broke through, winning the Class 2A West region and state titles for the first time in school history.
December 19, 2004
Don Sample, a co-founder of Land Development Services in Fallston and 13-year member of the Home Builders Association of Maryland, was named 2005 president of the association during an event this month at the Maryland Science Center. Other senior leadership posts went to: Linda Veach of Bob Ward Cos. in Edgewood, president-elect; Chris Rachuba of Rachuba Home Builders in Eldersburg, first vice president; and Herb Lose of Norandex-Reynolds Distribution in Baltimore, associate vice president.
April 11, 1999
Magician David Copperfield didn't just levitate a few folks at his Lyric Opera House show; he also helped raise more than $40,000 for the House With a Heart Foundation. More than 900 friends of the foundation bought tickets for a benefit performance, and a few were treated to a post-show meet-and-greet with the magic master.Spotted among the sleight-of-hand fans were Lou Grasmick, Dr. Nancy Grasmick, Ruth Heltne, Natalie Chabot, Bob Miller, Alan Lloyd, Larry DeBaugh, John Paterakis, Marty Resnick, Bob Ward, Jim Joyce and Roy Kirby.