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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | May 18, 1999
Two Glen Burnie High School teen-agers accused of planning to make bombs lost their appeals yesterday to leave the juvenile jail where they have been held since their apprehension April 29.As Anne Arundel County Circuit Judge Pamela L. North denied their requests, one of the boys covered his eyes with his right hand and cried. The two, and a third who has not contested his incarceration while awaiting trial, are being held at Waxter Children's Center in Laurel. They are 14 and 15. The Sun does not identify juveniles charged with crimes.
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By Nayana Davis, The Baltimore Sun | June 5, 2014
Leonard T. Schroeder Jr. was a North Linthicum native and a graduate of Glen Burnie High School, but 70 years ago he carved out a moment in history for himself when, on the morning of the Allied invasion of Normandy, he was credited with being the first American to step ashore in France. In the days following the invasion that marked the beginning of the end of the war in Europe, Schroeder was cited in newspaper clippings as likely being the first American soldier to reach Europe in the amphibious invasion.
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By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | February 25, 1999
On toes and flatfooted, in khakis and leotards, with boots, sandals or nothing on their feet, dancers will shimmy, shake and gyrate on stage at Glen Burnie High School to celebrate dance.The production -- two hours of stomping, stretching, leaping, tapping, spinning and wiggling on March 6 -- will include nearly 30 brief performances in the second of a series put on by the Chesapeake Center for the Creative Arts, the north county's newest arts hub."Celebrate Dance" will showcase local talent and, organizers hope, continue to feed a community hungry for the arts.
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | September 7, 2013
Anne Arundel County authorities are looking for three women caught on surveillance video at Glen Burnie High School after a baseball dugout caught fire early Saturday morning. Fire officials said three women, between the ages 16 to 25, were captured on the school's surveillance cameras near the athletic field after the blaze broke out around 4:25 a.m. Firefighters brought the fire under control in less than an hour. No injuries were reported. Damage to the dugout is estimated at $6,000.
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September 11, 1991
Students can obtain college scholarship money through the Elks' annual "Most Valuable Student" competition, sponsored and conducted locally by the Glen Burnie Elks, Broadneck Elks and Severna Park Elks.Local winners participate at the state level and, if they reach the national level, can compete for $5,000, $3,000 or $2,000 per year for four years of college.Last year, these winners from Glen Burnie Elks Lodge 2266 received $300 each:* Kimberly Myers of Glen Burnie High School, who plans to major in chemical engineering at Rutgers University.
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April 6, 2008
The Anne Arundel County school district has won a three-year grant from the U.S. Department of Education that will provide training for history teachers. The $997,869 grant is a renewal of a grant the district has had "for a number of years," Anne Arundel schools spokesman Bob Mosier said. "The bulk of it will be used for curriculum writing, teacher workshops, and field trips. Through the grant, we also will continue partnerships with the University of Maryland and the University of Maryland Baltimore County ... [and]
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By Liz Atwood and Liz Atwood,Staff Writer | October 8, 1992
Although teen-agers rarely need incentives to visit shopping malls, Marley Station will be offering a group of Anne Arundel students cash for coming to the mall once a month.The students are members of two youth advisory boards the mall has created to solicit teen-agers' opinions on the mall. In addition to paying the students $10 for each meeting they attend, Marley Station also will give the students career and business advice."They are an important part of our consumer base," said Ed Ladd, Marley Station's general manager.
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October 25, 1993
County Executive Robert R. Neall will start a daylong tour of Glen Burnie tomorrow with an 8:30 a.m. coffee open to the community at the Glen Burnie Improvement Association.His plans include observing intake procedures at the child protective services office of the Department of Social Services and attending a luncheon sponsored by the Northern Anne Arundel County Chamber of Commerce.Mr. Neall also is scheduled to meet with a health evaluation team at Glen Burnie High School.Other stops include several businesses and the Harundale Youth Center.
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By Angela Gambill and Angela Gambill,Staff writer | March 1, 1991
Money saved by a Glen Burnie soldier killed in the Gulf War will help other students take the college classes he would have begun in September.The parents of Sgt. Ronald M. Randazzo are setting up a scholarship fund for graduates of their son's school, Glen Burnie High, who -- as their son hoped to do -- attend college to study law or lawenforcement.Randazzo, who was killed Feb. 20 in a skirmish with Iraqi forces near the Saudi-Iraqiborder, wanted to become an FBI agent.He planned to leave the Army to attend college and was due for a discharge last fall, but his tour of duty was extended because of the war, says Robert Dunker, a family friend coordinating the scholarship fund.
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By Carol L. Bowers and Carol L. Bowers,Staff Writer | December 17, 1993
Anne Arundel County school officials have agreed to a 16-point plan designed to keep race from being a factor in student discipline cases.The settlement, which is to be released today, brings to a close a complaint filed two years ago with federal officials that black students in county schools were disciplined more harshly than their white counterparts.The Office for Civil Rights of the U.S. Department of Education didn't say race was a factor in the discipline cases, but neither did it rule it out, said Carl O. Snowden, an Annapolis alderman who is on the board of directors of the tenants organization that filed the complaint.
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April 6, 2008
The Anne Arundel County school district has won a three-year grant from the U.S. Department of Education that will provide training for history teachers. The $997,869 grant is a renewal of a grant the district has had "for a number of years," Anne Arundel schools spokesman Bob Mosier said. "The bulk of it will be used for curriculum writing, teacher workshops, and field trips. Through the grant, we also will continue partnerships with the University of Maryland and the University of Maryland Baltimore County ... [and]
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By PAT O'MALLEY | February 15, 2004
Glen Burnie's eighth-ranked Gophers (17-2) gained on two fronts with a 75-71 victory over No. 17 Old Mill (15-4) in a boys basketball game in front of a capacity crowd at Glen Burnie on Friday night. The Gophers hold first in both the county league (12-1) and the Class 4A East region. They need only one win in their last three games - at Broadneck (13-5), at Northeast (1-15) and home against Severna Park (13-6) - to clinch a berth in the Feb. 26 county championship game. Old Mill, which has lost to Glen Burnie twice, fell to third in the county at 10-3, while Severna Park a 50-40 winner over Arundel (10-9)
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | September 10, 2000
Look out for Northeast and Glen Burnie this football season. The two teams have been down in recent years, but no more. They may still be celebrating in Pasadena after Northeast ended the state's current longest losing streak at 31 with a 6-3 victory over Howard County's Atholton on Friday night. It was the debut and homecoming of sorts for 19-year Northeast assistant Mike Cotham as Eagles head coach. Cotham, who was an assistant at Old Mill last year, was an assistant to Bart Rader in 1996 when the Eagles last won a game, 36-20, over South River.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | May 28, 1999
The third of three Glen Burnie High School students accused in a bomb plot was released from juvenile jail yesterday -- even though this student pleaded guilty to disrupting school activities. The first two boys have yet to be tried.Anne Arundel County Juvenile Master Erica J. Wolfe placed the ninth-grader on probation and ordered him to do 120 hours of community service. She also gave him a stern talking-to about the seriousness of making bomb threats, especially in the tense days after the shootings in Littleton, Colo.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | May 18, 1999
Two Glen Burnie High School teen-agers accused of planning to make bombs lost their appeals yesterday to leave the juvenile jail where they have been held since their apprehension April 29.As Anne Arundel County Circuit Judge Pamela L. North denied their requests, one of the boys covered his eyes with his right hand and cried. The two, and a third who has not contested his incarceration while awaiting trial, are being held at Waxter Children's Center in Laurel. They are 14 and 15. The Sun does not identify juveniles charged with crimes.
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By Bonita Formwalt and Bonita Formwalt,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 3, 1999
IT REALLY isn't nice to interrupt people when they're talking."The suggestion to my son was firm and loving. Instructions for life. The only problem was, this time it wasn't my suggestion."Oh, I'm sorry, I didn't mean to be impolite," he responded with a sheepish grin.Peering over the edge of my newspaper, I continued to observe the exchange between my son and his girlfriend."By the way, have you completed your applications to college yet? I really think you need to take care of this by the weekend or " She paused for effect.
NEWS
November 24, 1991
Spec. David P. Schmidt Jr., son of David P. and Carol Schmidt of Annapolis, has been decorated with the Army Commendation Medal.A 1987 graduate of South River High School, Schmidt is an indirect-fire infantryman at Fort Bragg in Fayettesville, N.C.WELSH IN ENGLANDDATELINE: ANNAPOLISAir Force Airman 1st Class Terence J. Welsh, son of Joan R. Welshof Annapolis and William L. Welsh of Fairfax, Va., has arrived for duty at RAF Bentwaters, England.Welsh is a 1979 graduate of Severna Park Senior High School.
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By Bonita Formwalt and Bonita Formwalt,SUN STAFF | December 10, 1997
I CAN'T BELIEVE you did this again," my sister sighed as she bandaged my thumb. "I thought we had removed all the hot-glue guns from the house."It was all those craft shows, I explained. Everywhere I looked I saw "unique holiday decorations and gift ideas." I figured, how difficult could this be?"Obviously it was difficult enough to cause a second-degree burn," she noted, pulling on a pine cone accidentally glued to my hair."First I think we need to address your obvious lack of talent in this arena," my sister said.
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By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | February 25, 1999
On toes and flatfooted, in khakis and leotards, with boots, sandals or nothing on their feet, dancers will shimmy, shake and gyrate on stage at Glen Burnie High School to celebrate dance.The production -- two hours of stomping, stretching, leaping, tapping, spinning and wiggling on March 6 -- will include nearly 30 brief performances in the second of a series put on by the Chesapeake Center for the Creative Arts, the north county's newest arts hub."Celebrate Dance" will showcase local talent and, organizers hope, continue to feed a community hungry for the arts.
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By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | February 25, 1999
On toes and flatfooted, in khakis and leotards, with boots, sandals or nothing on their feet, dancers will shimmy, shake and gyrate on stage at Glen Burnie High School to celebrate dance.The production -- two hours of stomping, stretching, leaping, tapping, spinning and wiggling on March 6 -- will include nearly 30 brief performances in the second of a series put on by the Chesapeake Center for the Creative Arts, the north county's newest arts hub."Celebrate Dance" will showcase local talent and, organizers hope, continue to feed a community hungry for the arts.
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