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By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff Writer | November 9, 1993
The wait is over for the Loyola College men's soccer team. After a five-year absence, the Greyhounds are headed back to the NCAA Division I tournament.The 32-team, single-elimination tournament begins this weekend, when the Greyhounds will play host to James Madison. The day and time of the game will be determined today."I'm finally coming down to earth," said Loyola coach Bill Sento, after waiting nervously for the news yesterday. "It feels like a long, long time since we've been there. We've had some successful teams with exceptional talent that didn't get in. I'm especially happy for the seniors who have worked hard for four years and are finally getting a chance."
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By Arthur Hirsch, The Baltimore Sun | August 7, 2010
fleming Four first-time candidates are seeking the Democratic nomination for Baltimore County Council in the southwestern District 1, an older suburb of many quaint main streets that also faces the challenge of drawing new businesses to areas that are showing their age. Hoping to succeed 16-year council member Samuel Moxley, who declined to seek re-election, are Brian Bailey, a health policy manager for a national medical association, caterer...
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By Dave Glassman and Dave Glassman,Special to The Evening Sun | November 1, 1990
After years of frustration, Forest Park football is finally in the spotlight.Coach Obie Barnes Sr. is enjoying a 7-1 season. Senior tailback Obie Barnes Jr., with 1,319 rushing yards already, casts a giant shadow. Yet it's been the linemen, a group of huge players who call themselves the Big Green Machine, who have somehow escaped notice.Big? These guys block out the son.Led by seniors John Samuels (6 feet 6, 290 pounds) and Josh Austin (6-3, 280), both recruited by Division I colleges, the defensive line includes juniors Eric Conaway (6-1, 345)
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By John Woestendiek and John Woestendiek,SUN STAFF | December 14, 2002
All the basic ingredients for a holiday party were there: sandwiches and punch, cookies and cakes, three dozen people and an undecorated Christmas tree. Held in an overheated room on the fourth floor of the Clarence M. Mitchell Jr. Courthouse, it had jokes and carols, dancers and door prizes, hearty hugs and words of inspiration. But this party was more about who wasn't there: Everette Farmer, Terrance Thompson, Donald Bentley, Brian Bailey, Keisha Spriggs, Barbara Halsey, to name just a few on a mind-numbingly long list - all homicide victims in a city that, through the 1990s, consistently chalked up one of the highest murder rates in the nation.
NEWS
By Arthur Hirsch, The Baltimore Sun | August 7, 2010
fleming Four first-time candidates are seeking the Democratic nomination for Baltimore County Council in the southwestern District 1, an older suburb of many quaint main streets that also faces the challenge of drawing new businesses to areas that are showing their age. Hoping to succeed 16-year council member Samuel Moxley, who declined to seek re-election, are Brian Bailey, a health policy manager for a national medical association, caterer...
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By John Woestendiek and John Woestendiek,SUN STAFF | December 14, 2002
All the basic ingredients for a holiday party were there: sandwiches and punch, cookies and cakes, three dozen people and an undecorated Christmas tree. Held in an overheated room on the fourth floor of the Clarence M. Mitchell Jr. Courthouse, it had jokes and carols, dancers and door prizes, hearty hugs and words of inspiration. But this party was more about who wasn't there: Everette Farmer, Terrance Thompson, Donald Bentley, Brian Bailey, Keisha Spriggs, Barbara Halsey, to name just a few on a mind-numbingly long list - all homicide victims in a city that, through the 1990s, consistently chalked up one of the highest murder rates in the nation.
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff Writer | November 15, 1993
Dave Briles scored the game's only goal early in the first half and Loyola's defense hunkered down behind Billy Harte and goalkeeper Zach Thornton, as the Greyhounds eliminated James Madison, 1-0, in a first-round NCAA tournament soccer game before 2,293 yesterday at Curley Field.The victory sends the Greyhounds (19-2-1) into the round of 16 next week against two-time defending national champion Virginia, a 2-1 winner over William & Mary yesterday. The Cavaliers have won the national title three of the past four seasons.
NEWS
October 14, 2010
Wow, Ken Holt must really have Baltimore County Democrats worried! ("Bartenfelder needs to start acting like a Democrat," Readers respond, Oct. 14.) Brian Bailey makes Joe Bartenfelder's reluctance to endorse Kevin Kamenetz sound like simple sour grapes from a sore loser. But maybe, just maybe, Mr. Bartenfelder is reacting to what was clearly revealed by Mr. Kamenentz's dirty, deceptive and deceitful primary campaign. At certain moments we are reminded that character counts, that character offers a guide to how someone will act in the heat of battle when facing tough challenges.
EXPLORE
July 29, 2011
I am writing on behalf of the Lansdowne Improvement Association, Inc. regarding a petition submitted by applicants Robert Maith and Seung Chul Yang regarding Renee's Lounge at 3911 Hollins Ferry Road. The abovementioned applicants are requesting a change of liquor license classification from Class B (restaurant) to Class D (tavern - beer, wine and liquor). LIA leadership is adamantly opposed to this change. Throughout Baltimore County, it is generally expected that liquor licensees shall operate their establishments in such a manner as to avoid disturbing the peace, tranquillity, safety, health and quiet of the neighborhood.
NEWS
March 12, 2014
District 12 (Howard and Baltimore Counties) has three House of Delegate seats up for grabs. That's a healthy 2.1 percent of our state's total. Here are my sanguine impressions from a Democratic candidate forum held March 6. Nine of 10 candidates present agreed that the Cove Point pipeline should not be built, and similar concern was expressed about hydraulic fracking more generally. Adam Sachs boldly noted that jobs in this case might not be the highest priority. All candidates support a $10.10 minimum wage with COLAs.
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff Writer | November 15, 1993
Dave Briles scored the game's only goal early in the first half and Loyola's defense hunkered down behind Billy Harte and goalkeeper Zach Thornton, as the Greyhounds eliminated James Madison, 1-0, in a first-round NCAA tournament soccer game before 2,293 yesterday at Curley Field.The victory sends the Greyhounds (19-2-1) into the round of 16 next week against two-time defending national champion Virginia, a 2-1 winner over William & Mary yesterday. The Cavaliers have won the national title three of the past four seasons.
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff Writer | November 9, 1993
The wait is over for the Loyola College men's soccer team. After a five-year absence, the Greyhounds are headed back to the NCAA Division I tournament.The 32-team, single-elimination tournament begins this weekend, when the Greyhounds will play host to James Madison. The day and time of the game will be determined today."I'm finally coming down to earth," said Loyola coach Bill Sento, after waiting nervously for the news yesterday. "It feels like a long, long time since we've been there. We've had some successful teams with exceptional talent that didn't get in. I'm especially happy for the seniors who have worked hard for four years and are finally getting a chance."
SPORTS
By Dave Glassman and Dave Glassman,Special to The Evening Sun | November 1, 1990
After years of frustration, Forest Park football is finally in the spotlight.Coach Obie Barnes Sr. is enjoying a 7-1 season. Senior tailback Obie Barnes Jr., with 1,319 rushing yards already, casts a giant shadow. Yet it's been the linemen, a group of huge players who call themselves the Big Green Machine, who have somehow escaped notice.Big? These guys block out the son.Led by seniors John Samuels (6 feet 6, 290 pounds) and Josh Austin (6-3, 280), both recruited by Division I colleges, the defensive line includes juniors Eric Conaway (6-1, 345)
EXPLORE
January 29, 2013
Local political committee interviewing applicants for membership The Baltimore County Democratic Central Committee is seeking to fill an open membership position in the 12th Legislative District. Applicants must be a registered Democrat and reside in the 12th Legislative District. Those applying should provide a cover letter and résumé to the Baltimore County Democratic Central Committee, baltcodems@gmail.com , no later than 5 p.m. Feb. 15. Applicants are invited to make their presentation to the 12th Legislative District Democratic Central Committee: Brian Bailey, Margaret Henn and Paula Wolf.
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