December 3, 2009
City police are investigating after a man's body was found bound in a home in the 4700 block of Glenarm Ave. in Northeast Baltimore. Police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi said that police were called to the home at 8 p.m. Wednesday.
By Samantha Iacia, For The Baltimore Sun | August 8, 2014
Date: June 7 Her story: Anna Scanlan, 26, grew up in Timonium. She is a labor and delivery nurse at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center in Rosedale and is working toward a master's degree in nursing education at Towson University. Her mother, Mary Scanlan, lives in Timonium. Her father, Al Scanlan, lives in Silver Spring. His story: Dave Swift, 32, grew up in Stoneleigh. He works with his two brothers for their uncle's custom home company, Southfen Inc., based in Whitehall.
By Brent Jones and Baltimore Sun reporter | March 1, 2010
A 19-year-old woman was found bound with tape and shot in the neck Sunday night in East Baltimore, according to city police. A passer-by in a car found the woman in the 1500 block of N. Patterson Park Ave. about 9:45 p.m. and took her to an area hospital, where her condition was unknown, police said. The victim also suffered puncture wounds to her torso, according to police.
Sports Digest | August 7, 2014
Paralympic swimming Baltimore's Silverman smashes nearly 13-year-old world record Team USA's Ian Silverman of Baltimore broke a nearly 13-year-old world record in the men's 400-meter freestyle S10 race Wednesday, highlighting Day 1 of the 2014 Pan Pacific Para-Swimming Championships in Pasadena, Calif. During the first day of action at Rose Bowl Aquatics Center, the U.S. team won 27 medals, including six from the sweep of the women's 50m free S9 and S13 races. "It's a huge accomplishment to break a world record," Silverman said in a story on
By Sports Digest | April 10, 2010
Andray Blatche had 31 points and 11 rebounds as the visiting Washington Wizards opened a 28-point first-half lead and held off a late flurry of 3-pointers from Nate Robinson to beat the Boston Celtics, 106-96. Backup JaVale McGee had 14 points with 11 rebounds for the Wizards, who have won four of six since ending a 16-game losing streak. Rajon Rondo had 17 points and 12 assists for playoff-bound Boston, which lost for the fifth time in seven games and was once again booed by the home crowd.
By From Staff Reports | May 25, 1995
A 77-year-old Wiltondale woman, surprised by an intrude yesterday when she returned home from shopping, was assaulted, robbed of $40 and left bound with her own clothing, Baltimore County police said.The assailant, who had forced entry through a rear door, was hiding behind a closet door when the woman returned home about 10 a.m., police spokesman E. Jay Miller said.The man demanded money and after she passed him her wallet, he ordered her upstairs, where he assaulted her and tied her up. Details about the assault were not available, but police said she was not physically harmed.
January 23, 2003
An interview with Joanne Locke, member of Bookward Bound book club. How long have you been a part of Bookward Bound? I've been in well over a decade. ... The club has been in existence for - I'll bet it's at least 15 years. What's nice about it is we keep getting new people. Some people drop out, but it keeps on going like an Energizer bunny. [We have] roughly a dozen members. What are the demographics of your group? Mostly 50s and 60s. A couple of bureaucrats, some in the real estate business, one or two teachers, one retail person.
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | October 31, 2002
An Ellicott City family was bound with duct tape in their home last week by thieves who stole cash and other valuables, police said. A woman and her three children were at home in the 8500 block of Ellicott View Road about 11:30 p.m. Saturday when two masked men armed with handguns entered through an unlocked door, said Cpl. Lisa Myers, a department spokeswoman. The thieves bound the victims' hands with duct tape and then went through the home, taking an undisclosed amount of cash, jewelry and other valuables, Myers said.
January 7, 2006
Police were investigating a report yesterday that a woman had been bound and held for three days at a Baltimore County motel. The 36-year-old woman told police about 7:30 a.m. yesterday that she had just freed herself after a man had held her for three days in a room at the Regal Inn in the 8000 block of Pulaski Highway in Rosedale, police said. The woman had injuries on her wrists, and was taken to Franklin Square Hospital Center. Officers found a 40-year-old man in the motel room and arrested him on warrants charging him in an unrelated assault and a burglary, police said.
By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | May 1, 1996
Two men admitted in Anne Arundel Circuit Court yesterday to their roles in the death of a teen-ager, who was videotaped as he was hogtied, beaten and sexually assaulted after he passed out during a night of drinking.Brian Michael Wagaman, 19, of Chesapeake Beach pleaded guilty to manslaughter and a second-degree sex offense. Ryan Gabriel Massey, 21, of Upper Marlboro pleaded guilty to manslaughter, false imprisonment, reckless endangerment, and assault and battery.Assistant State's Attorney M. Virginia Miles agreed to drop first-degree murder charges against Wagaman and Massey in exchange for the guilty pleas.
By Michael Bodley, The Baltimore Sun | July 14, 2014
Northrop Grumman broke ground Monday on a 25,00-square-foot facility specializing in cargo bound for space, the latest expansion to Maryland's slowly growing space industry. The $20 million center near Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport will be used to create and test space payloads and will feature a three-story, 6,000-square-foot clean room, a climate-controlled, air-locked facility where sensitive equipment can be made free of contaminants. That clean room will be the largest on the company's 129-acre campus in Anne Arundel County.
By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | July 8, 2014
After leading No. 1 McDonogh to its 112th straight win and sixth straight Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference championship, Megan Whittle was the youngest player invited to try out for the U.S. national women's lacrosse team. Even though she didn't make it, she savored the experience of playing with some of her idols. Whittle, the All-Metro Player of the Year, was considered the top recruit in the Class of 2014 for several years, combining blistering speed with a wicked shot.
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | March 10, 2014
Leo Bretholz, a Holocaust survivor who became a major voice in the campaign to gain reparations from companies that transported victims to concentration camps during World War II, died Saturday in his sleep of unknown causes at his Pikesville home. He was 93. Mr. Bretholz was scheduled to testify Monday in the Maryland House of Delegates on a bill that would require the French railroad company SNCF, which is seeking a $6 billion contract from the state of Maryland to operate the Purple Line, to pay reparations to U.S. Holocaust survivors.
January 23, 2014
Seven student-athletes from North Harford High School signed National Letters of Intent to play Division I athletics. Pictured, front row from left, are Bailey Saneman (Vermont, lacrosse); Shannon Mansberger (Coastal Carolina, lacrosse); Haley Ensor (Delaware, lacrosse); Brian Shaffer (Maryland, baseball); Sophie Crowther (Coastal Carolina, lacrosse); Nicole Latgis (Temple, lacrosse); and Katie Clark (Winthrop, lacrosse). Standing are Tim Larrimore (athletic director/head baseball coach)
By Matt Vensel | January 21, 2014
It took a few years for him to find himself, but former Ravens kicker Steven Hauschka, the young man who faced the daunting task of filling the cleats of Baltimore legend Matt Stover, is going to the Super Bowl. Hauschka, who was the leading scorer for the Seattle Seahawks during the regular season, kicked three field goals, including a key 47-yarder late in the fourth quarter, to help the Seahawks beat the San Francisco 49ers, 23-17, and advance to the Super Bowl, where they will play the Denver Broncos in two weeks.
December 16, 2013
The Hampden Village Merchants Association made an expensive promotional float for the Mayor's Christmas Parade on Dec. 8, but when a snow storm canceled the parade, the float became moot and merchants were left out in the cold. On Friday, still bound and determined to get bang for their buck, association members staged a one-float parade up and down West 36th Street (The Avenue), Hampden's man commercial corridor. Two bicyclists, including newly named Merchant of the Year Will Bauer, aka Lou Catelli, pedaled laboriously to get the attached float rolling.
By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,SUN STAFF | June 11, 2002
A 7-year-old boy found the bound body of his father, shot and partially submerged in the bathtub of his Northeast Baltimore home, late yesterday afternoon, city police reported. The death of Bernard Martin, a 33-year-old nightshift postal worker, was one of three homicides in Baltimore yesterday. The others occurred early in the morning outside a downtown nightclub and on the city's east side. According to Sgt. Barry Grant, a homicide investigator, the boy, cared for after school by a female neighbor, went to his home in the 3500 block of Rosekemp Ave. in the Moravia-Walther community about 5 p.m. and made the discovery.
By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | December 1, 2013
Midway through November, Maryland had lost three straight games and it began to look as if the team might never pick up its sixth win and become bowl eligible. The turnover-prone Terps had just lost at home to Syracuse, 20-3, in a game in which Maryland players conceded the team appeared flat. Maryland's outlook has changed dramatically since then. A team that had never won a game in November under third-year coach Randy Edsall went on to win two of its last three in the regular season.
By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | November 26, 2013
If you like musicals packed with songs delivered by a vibrant cast boasting a certified star at the helm, all surrounded by cool stagecraft, then hasten to the National Theatre for the pre-Broadway tryout of “If/Then.” If you're more interested in truly distinctive music and a totally straightforward plot, then you may well  be disappointed in this new venture by the creators of the Tony Award- and Pulitzer Prize-winning “Next to Normal” that...
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