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May 9, 2004
On May 3, 2004, KATHRYN (Kate) B. BUCK, age 66. Beloved wife of Kenneth R. Buck. Survived by five children and eight grandchildren. Also Survived by a sister. Memorial Service 7 PM at St. Johns Methodist Church, 5315 Harford Rd, Baltimore, Md 21214. Family requests donations in lieu of flowers be sent to Bryans Road Volunteer Fire Dept. P.O. Box 446 Bryans Road, Md 20616.
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June 14, 2009
On Tuesday, June 9, 2009 JOSEPH H. MORTON, of Bryans Road, MD. Husband of Havannah S. Morton; father of Ava Jo Morton and Marcia M. Gutrick. Also surviving are son-in-law C. Bobby Gutrick, grandchildren Adriana and Alexys Gutrick and Phillip Watson; brother Richard J. Marbray and a host of relatives and friends. Viewing Tuesday, June 16, 9 A.M. to 10 A.M. at Metropolitan United Methodist Church, 3385 Metropolitan Church Road, Indian Head, MD 20640. Service 11 A.M. Interment Maryland Veterans Cemetery, Cheltenham, MD. Arrangements by Thornton Funeral Home, Indian Head, MD. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Joseph H. Morton Memorial Scholarship Fund, P.O. Box 714, Bryans Road, MD, 20616.
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By LARA M. ZEISES and LARA M. ZEISES,SUN STAFF | July 21, 1997
Bryans Road -- ECCENTRIC is too mild a word to describe Harold von Braunhut, a cartoon character come to life.At age 71, he stands no taller than 5-foot-5, with slumped shoulders and a mostly bald pate, but remains an imposing presence nonetheless. Barking orders at his small but loyal staff in a thick New York accent (in Harold-speak, the word "beautiful" becomes "bee-YOO-dee-full"), he often smacks his rubber-tipped cane against the wall for emphasis.His staff, which includes wife Yolanda, seem to take von Braunhut's outbursts in stride.
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May 9, 2004
On May 3, 2004, KATHRYN (Kate) B. BUCK, age 66. Beloved wife of Kenneth R. Buck. Survived by five children and eight grandchildren. Also Survived by a sister. Memorial Service 7 PM at St. Johns Methodist Church, 5315 Harford Rd, Baltimore, Md 21214. Family requests donations in lieu of flowers be sent to Bryans Road Volunteer Fire Dept. P.O. Box 446 Bryans Road, Md 20616.
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June 14, 2009
On Tuesday, June 9, 2009 JOSEPH H. MORTON, of Bryans Road, MD. Husband of Havannah S. Morton; father of Ava Jo Morton and Marcia M. Gutrick. Also surviving are son-in-law C. Bobby Gutrick, grandchildren Adriana and Alexys Gutrick and Phillip Watson; brother Richard J. Marbray and a host of relatives and friends. Viewing Tuesday, June 16, 9 A.M. to 10 A.M. at Metropolitan United Methodist Church, 3385 Metropolitan Church Road, Indian Head, MD 20640. Service 11 A.M. Interment Maryland Veterans Cemetery, Cheltenham, MD. Arrangements by Thornton Funeral Home, Indian Head, MD. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to the Joseph H. Morton Memorial Scholarship Fund, P.O. Box 714, Bryans Road, MD, 20616.
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March 29, 2006
On March 26, 2006 JOSEPH W. WOOD, JR. beloved husband of Linda Wood (nee Taylor); son of Anna Wood and the late Joseph W. Wood, Sr.; brother of Richard Wood, Mark Wood, Anne Knour and the late Rosemary Wood; son-in-law of Mr. and Mrs. Robert H. Taylor of Nanjemoy, MD; sister-in-law of Beverly Guercio of Baltimore, Karen Hanson of Bryans Road, MD, Kathy Davis of Indian Head, MD; brother-in-law of Robert H. Taylor, Jr. and his wife Tiffany of La Plata, MD...
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | July 25, 1999
Arson is believed responsible for a three-alarm fire that caused part of a Charles County Board of Education storage building to collapse yesterday morning, the state fire marshal said.The one-story block building, the former Pomonkey Elementary School on Metropolitan Church Road in Bryans Road, housed school furniture and supplies.Damage is estimated at $300,000. There were no injuries.The fire began about 3: 30 a.m. Eighty-five firefighters from 12 departments in Charles and Prince George's counties, including firefighters from Andrews Air Force Base, spent two hours bringing it under control.
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By From staff reports | July 19, 1999
In Carroll CountyState police investigate death of boy found in poolFINKSBURG -- State police continued yesterday to investigate the death of a 2-year-old Carroll County boy who was found Saturday in his family's indoor swimming pool.Alexander Nash Brosey of the 2800 block of Constellation Way was discovered about 4: 30 p.m. by a family member who was on the second floor of the house when the boy apparently fell in the water, police said. The boy was pronounced dead at Carroll County General Hospital.
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By Tricia Bishop | August 17, 2012
A 35-year-old Charles County man was sentenced Friday to six months in federal prison followed by six months home detention for illegally copying DVD movies and selling the bootlegs for 60 cents apiece at a Washington farmer's market, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement announced. John M. Harris, of Bryans Road, made hundreds of copies of films - including Kung Fu Panda 2, Pirates of the Caribbean and Bridesmaids - each weekend and peddled them at the Florida Avenue market last summer and fall, investigators said.
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By Bruce Reid and Bruce Reid,Sun Staff Writer | February 17, 1995
A fish-farm operator and three watermen in Southern Maryland are to appear in court soon to answer federal charges that they illegally caught and sold $150,000 worth of wild largemouth bass that ended up in Asian markets and restaurants in North America.Largemouth bass are prized as a sport fish and are the focus of popular fishing tournaments throughout the region. Nearly all sales of the species are prohibited.Nine counts in the indictment by a federal grand jury in Baltimore this week involve alleged violations of the federal Lacey Act, which prohibits interstate trade in illegal wildlife.
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By LARA M. ZEISES and LARA M. ZEISES,SUN STAFF | July 21, 1997
Bryans Road -- ECCENTRIC is too mild a word to describe Harold von Braunhut, a cartoon character come to life.At age 71, he stands no taller than 5-foot-5, with slumped shoulders and a mostly bald pate, but remains an imposing presence nonetheless. Barking orders at his small but loyal staff in a thick New York accent (in Harold-speak, the word "beautiful" becomes "bee-YOO-dee-full"), he often smacks his rubber-tipped cane against the wall for emphasis.His staff, which includes wife Yolanda, seem to take von Braunhut's outbursts in stride.
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By Timothy B. Wheeler and Timothy B. Wheeler,SUN STAFF | November 15, 1999
LA PLATA -- Aiming to ease Charles County's growing pains by building more upscale housing, local officials are considering an unprecedented size requirement for new homes -- a move that is drawing fire from developers and community activists.The commissioners of the rapidly growing Southern Maryland county have proposed requiring that detached, single-family homes have at least 1,650 square feet of floor space if they are to be built in the northern fifth of the county, which is designated for development.
NEWS
September 11, 2009
Arundel police plan weekend drunken-driving checkpoints Anne Arundel County police will conduct a drunken-driving crackdown this weekend in the southern part of the county. A checkpoint is planned for Friday night on Route 4 at Lower Pindell Road in Lothian. At the same time, the Calvert County Sheriff's Office will have a checkpoint on northbound Route 4 near the county line. Police said they also plan to have additional officers in the area south of Annapolis for extra drunken-driving enforcement.
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