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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,SUN STAFF | November 24, 1998
Three Baltimore police officers looking for a suspected criminal yesterday rescued a toddler from a burning house instead. And then they charged the mother with leaving her daughter alone."
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By Jay Merwin and Jay Merwin,Evening Sun Staff | December 16, 1991
A school for emotionally disturbed youths at a state mental hospital in Sykesville is to close in March because of state budget cuts announced in October.All 22 state and contractual employees of the Muncie School, a special education program at Springfield Hospital Center in Sykesville, will lose their jobs, said Jane Cosby, a teacher there.Layoff notices, which came last Monday, won't take effect for 90 days. Muncie students are to be taught at home after March by state home and hospital teachers.
FEATURES
By Nestor Aparicio and Nestor Aparicio,Evening Sun Staff | December 12, 1991
Being unique seems to come naturally for guitarist Brian Rice and his rock band Monkeyspank.They own and drive to gigs in a big gray bus they call "Reginald." They enlist an expanded rhythm section consisting of three drummers and two bass players. And, perhaps, the biggest difference (at least for a Baltimore band), it appears that Monkeyspank might get a shot at the big time in 1992."Some people start a band and the main thing they want to become is local heroes," said Rice, whose band will perform at Hammerjacks tomorrow night during a record release party.
SPORTS
By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | May 16, 2014
Linda Rice had tried college, lasting a couple of years at Penn State while realizing that studying bloodlines, speed ratings and past performance charts for horses interested her far more than what she was studying in computer science classes. "I knew my future was somewhere else," she said. Rice returned to the family farm near Harrisburg, Pa., and went back to the life she knew growing up, when she worked with her father, Clyde, a successful trainer, her mother, Jean, and her three brothers on horse farms in Wisconsin, West Virginia and Pennsylvania.
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By SALLY BUCKLER | November 18, 1993
Angelo Gatto of Glenwood thought his wife, Margaret Keating Gatto, was taking him out for his birthday celebration on Nov. 10.But when the Gattos arrived at their destination at Catonsville Community College, some members of the Maryland Youth Symphony Orchestra, which Gatto founded, were there, claiming to be attending another event.Students asked Gatto to tell some stories. As Gatto recalled events from his 30 years as director of the orchestra, Bob Turk of WJZ Channel 13 in Baltimore, arrived with a camera crew.
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By Sally Buckler and Sally Buckler,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 22, 1996
AUTHENTIC-LOOKING Treasure Island maps decorated the corporate offices of the Discovery Channel last spring and summer, courtesy of students at Pointers Run Elementary School.First-graders made the maps from manila paper torn at the edges, drawn on, colored and coated with wax. Art teacher Lisa Robbins used the art fun to teach map skills and art to the young students.TC Fourth-graders drew pictures of animals with fangs last spring and studied similar pictures by children's book author and artist Maurice Sendak.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | September 20, 2000
County Comptroller Gene Curfman met his largest and possibly most vocal audience in South Carroll on Monday night as he tried to explain the rationale for a proposed increase in water and sewer fees to pay for a $13.5 million treatment plant at Piney Run Reservoir and other improvements to existing systems. In one of a series of five information sessions, about 50 residents questioned Curfman on growth, the proposed Piney Run treatment plant, water quality and several issues that do not fall within the comptroller's purview.
SPORTS
November 18, 2004
Moves Baseball ASTROS: Named Enos Cabell and Al Pedrique special assistants to GM. BREWERS: Purchased contract of C Kelley Gulledge from Independent Fargo-Moorhead. PADRES: Signed IF Damian Jackson, IF Jesse Garcia, P Marty McLeary and Mike Brunet to minor league contracts. PHILLIES: Named Rich Dubee pitching coach, Marc Bombard 1B coach and Bill Dancy 3B coach. REDS: Named Jeff Brookens, Ray Hayward and Paul Pierson area scouts. TIGERS: Signed P Troy Percival to two-year contract.
SPORTS
By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 27, 2001
Stephanie Connelly produced record-shattering performances on her way to the Junior Girls championship of the Maryland State Golf Association at the University of Maryland Golf Course in College Park yesterday. Connelly, 13, from Pasadena, and a member at Sparrows Point Country Club, returned a 1-under-par 35-35-70, a tournament record for one of the event's youngest champions. Her round included three birdies. Connie Isler, 17, from Fort Meade, was the runner-up among 24 players, 34-42-76.
NEWS
By Sally Buckler and Sally Buckler,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | February 15, 1996
AT THE END of a long day, you take 20 minutes to read to your children or have them read to you. The phone rings. Do you answer? You do if your children attend Clarksville Elementary School because it might be the principal calling.For a month, Principal Kaye Cornmesser and Assistant Principal Bill Jenkins have been trying to catch students and their families reading.So far, they have caught about 80 percent of the students, and Ms. Cornmesser and Mr. Jenkins are determined to catch the rest.
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