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August 3, 2004
On August 2, 2004, L. MARIE PRATT, dear sister of Irving Pratt and the late Elizabeth Pratt, dear aunt of Wendy Camlin and the late Elaine Fennington, great-aunt of Dawn Katz and April and Alex Camlin, great-great-aunt of Cole and Landon Katz. Funeral serv ices private. Arrangements by Lassahn Funeral Home Inc., 410-665-2000.
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By Sam Sessa and Sam Sessa,Sun reporter | August 14, 2008
Baltimore's not exactly fashion central. But lately, a mini-scandal has been brewing in the city's fashion scene. It all started last week, when Mayor Sheila Dixon announced the debut of Baltimore's Fashion Week. It's under way at the War Memorial Building, and features the work of local and international designers all week with a gala and finale tomorrow. The problem? Turns out, it's not actually the city's first fashion week after all. Last year, Baltimore-based clothing designers April Camlin and Pam Haner spent five months organizing the inaugural Baltimore Fashion Week.
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,SUN STAFF | March 9, 1999
Hampstead residents will have a chance to discuss the proposed financing of a new police station at a public hearing tonight. The project has been scaled back to save about $300,000, officials said.Town officials initially considered authorizing the sale of state bonds to pay for the renovation and restoration of the old Hampstead Bank building on South Main Street at Shiloh Avenue as a police station.A more favorable proposal involving tax-exempt bonds to be sold through a local bank will be discussed tonight, Mayor Christopher M. Nevin said yesterday.
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By GINA DAVIS and GINA DAVIS,SUN REPORTER | November 13, 2005
With the strains of the anthems of the Army, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and Air Force filling the room, hundreds of students and faculty members at Winters Mill High rose to their feet and offered a steady stream of grateful applause to the nearly 300 war veterans who had gathered for a day of remembrance. Among them stood men and women who had served in conflicts stretching back to World War II. There was 92-year-old Henry Singer, who served in the Navy from 1934 to 1945. Standing beside him was his friend, fellow Navy man Charles Swiderman, 85, who clutched a framed painting of the USS Santee, the carrier on which he served from 1942 to 1945.
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By Daniel P.Clemens Jr. and Daniel P.Clemens Jr.,Staff writer | June 26, 1991
Before Monday, a report on whether the city should have a historic district was starting to become historical itself.The Historic District Study Committee gathered in 1987 to determine whether the city would benefit from establishing a district in which historic structures and spaces would be protected from indiscriminate development.The group completed the study in December 1989 and forwarded its report to city administrators a month later.Since then, the report has been collecting dust.
FEATURES
By Sam Sessa and Sam Sessa,Sun reporter | August 14, 2008
Baltimore's not exactly fashion central. But lately, a mini-scandal has been brewing in the city's fashion scene. It all started last week, when Mayor Sheila Dixon announced the debut of Baltimore's Fashion Week. It's under way at the War Memorial Building, and features the work of local and international designers all week with a gala and finale tomorrow. The problem? Turns out, it's not actually the city's first fashion week after all. Last year, Baltimore-based clothing designers April Camlin and Pam Haner spent five months organizing the inaugural Baltimore Fashion Week.
NEWS
By Consella A. Lee and Consella A. Lee,Sun Staff Writer | May 19, 1995
The dits and dahs of Morse code sound rhythmic, almost musical, when tapped out in quick succession to spell words or send messages. Ditditdit Dahdahdah Ditditdit, meaning SOS.From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. tomorrow, the dits and dahs will flow from a small radio Harold D. Camlin keeps in his Winnebago.The vehicle, which will be parked on the lot of Henkel's restaurant in Annapolis Junction, will serve as Morse code radio station for the Glen Burnie-based Bay Area Amateur Radio Society.The ham radio operators say this will be their way of commemorating Samuel F. B. Morse's first telegraph message from Baltimore to Washington, sent via a relay station at Annapolis Junction, now known as Savage.
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By Donna E. Boller and Donna E. Boller,Staff Writer | August 19, 1993
Business people planning to build a downtown convenience store, sandwich shop and gas station got a look last night at the Westminster Historic District Commission's ideas on how to make it fit the neighborhood.Stanley H. "Jack" Tevis III, president of Tevis Oil Co., and his mother, Dorothy Tevis, the board chairwoman, said they would have their engineers and architects look at a commission sketch but made no commitment. They plan to build a 24-hour Jiffy Mart and Subway sandwich shop with a drive-through window and gas pumps on an unused lot at West Main and Carroll streets.
NEWS
By Jennifer McMenamin and Jennifer McMenamin,SUN STAFF | April 2, 2000
Walking through the darkened Carroll Theater, architect Dean R. Camlin discerns more than worn red vinyl theater seats and crumbling plaster ceilings. He sees a classic, 500-seat movie house where he and his wife went on their first date 21 years ago. He also sees an art deco building that could again attract arts patrons and rejuvenate West Main Street -- if the city of Westminster carries out its plan to buy and renovate the structure for use by the Carroll County Arts Council and other arts groups.
NEWS
March 21, 2004
The Carroll County Chamber of Commerce recently presented its second Small Business Awards to three businesses and one nonprofit organization for excellence in their work. Dean Robert Camlin & Associates Inc. was named "Small Business of the Year: 1-5 Employees." Founded in 1977, the architectural firm has created numerous county private and public buildings, including major additions to Random House, local bank offices, several churches, four schools, two library branches and the recent Dutterer's Flower Shop renovation.
NEWS
January 9, 2005
Contours Express gym's grand opening scheduled tomorrow Contours Express, a new women's fitness center, has opened at 250 Englar Road in Carroll Plaza Shopping Center, Westminster. A grand opening will be held from noon to 2 p.m. tomorrow. Reservations are required. Information: 410-871-2895. Mall events include photo, sports memorabilia shows TownMall of Westminster has announced events for this month: The Carroll County Camera Club Inc. will hold its annual exhibit tomorrow through Jan. 16 in the court outside Steve & Barry's University Sportswear.
NEWS
August 3, 2004
On August 2, 2004, L. MARIE PRATT, dear sister of Irving Pratt and the late Elizabeth Pratt, dear aunt of Wendy Camlin and the late Elaine Fennington, great-aunt of Dawn Katz and April and Alex Camlin, great-great-aunt of Cole and Landon Katz. Funeral serv ices private. Arrangements by Lassahn Funeral Home Inc., 410-665-2000.
NEWS
March 21, 2004
The Carroll County Chamber of Commerce recently presented its second Small Business Awards to three businesses and one nonprofit organization for excellence in their work. Dean Robert Camlin & Associates Inc. was named "Small Business of the Year: 1-5 Employees." Founded in 1977, the architectural firm has created numerous county private and public buildings, including major additions to Random House, local bank offices, several churches, four schools, two library branches and the recent Dutterer's Flower Shop renovation.
NEWS
By Jennifer McMenamin and Jennifer McMenamin,SUN STAFF | April 2, 2000
Walking through the darkened Carroll Theater, architect Dean R. Camlin discerns more than worn red vinyl theater seats and crumbling plaster ceilings. He sees a classic, 500-seat movie house where he and his wife went on their first date 21 years ago. He also sees an art deco building that could again attract arts patrons and rejuvenate West Main Street -- if the city of Westminster carries out its plan to buy and renovate the structure for use by the Carroll County Arts Council and other arts groups.
NEWS
By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,SUN STAFF | March 9, 1999
Hampstead residents will have a chance to discuss the proposed financing of a new police station at a public hearing tonight. The project has been scaled back to save about $300,000, officials said.Town officials initially considered authorizing the sale of state bonds to pay for the renovation and restoration of the old Hampstead Bank building on South Main Street at Shiloh Avenue as a police station.A more favorable proposal involving tax-exempt bonds to be sold through a local bank will be discussed tonight, Mayor Christopher M. Nevin said yesterday.
NEWS
By Consella A. Lee and Consella A. Lee,Sun Staff Writer | May 19, 1995
The dits and dahs of Morse code sound rhythmic, almost musical, when tapped out in quick succession to spell words or send messages. Ditditdit Dahdahdah Ditditdit, meaning SOS.From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. tomorrow, the dits and dahs will flow from a small radio Harold D. Camlin keeps in his Winnebago.The vehicle, which will be parked on the lot of Henkel's restaurant in Annapolis Junction, will serve as Morse code radio station for the Glen Burnie-based Bay Area Amateur Radio Society.The ham radio operators say this will be their way of commemorating Samuel F. B. Morse's first telegraph message from Baltimore to Washington, sent via a relay station at Annapolis Junction, now known as Savage.
NEWS
By GINA DAVIS and GINA DAVIS,SUN REPORTER | November 13, 2005
With the strains of the anthems of the Army, Navy, Marines, Coast Guard and Air Force filling the room, hundreds of students and faculty members at Winters Mill High rose to their feet and offered a steady stream of grateful applause to the nearly 300 war veterans who had gathered for a day of remembrance. Among them stood men and women who had served in conflicts stretching back to World War II. There was 92-year-old Henry Singer, who served in the Navy from 1934 to 1945. Standing beside him was his friend, fellow Navy man Charles Swiderman, 85, who clutched a framed painting of the USS Santee, the carrier on which he served from 1942 to 1945.
NEWS
January 9, 2005
Contours Express gym's grand opening scheduled tomorrow Contours Express, a new women's fitness center, has opened at 250 Englar Road in Carroll Plaza Shopping Center, Westminster. A grand opening will be held from noon to 2 p.m. tomorrow. Reservations are required. Information: 410-871-2895. Mall events include photo, sports memorabilia shows TownMall of Westminster has announced events for this month: The Carroll County Camera Club Inc. will hold its annual exhibit tomorrow through Jan. 16 in the court outside Steve & Barry's University Sportswear.
NEWS
By Donna E. Boller and Donna E. Boller,Staff Writer | August 19, 1993
Business people planning to build a downtown convenience store, sandwich shop and gas station got a look last night at the Westminster Historic District Commission's ideas on how to make it fit the neighborhood.Stanley H. "Jack" Tevis III, president of Tevis Oil Co., and his mother, Dorothy Tevis, the board chairwoman, said they would have their engineers and architects look at a commission sketch but made no commitment. They plan to build a 24-hour Jiffy Mart and Subway sandwich shop with a drive-through window and gas pumps on an unused lot at West Main and Carroll streets.
NEWS
By Daniel P.Clemens Jr. and Daniel P.Clemens Jr.,Staff writer | June 26, 1991
Before Monday, a report on whether the city should have a historic district was starting to become historical itself.The Historic District Study Committee gathered in 1987 to determine whether the city would benefit from establishing a district in which historic structures and spaces would be protected from indiscriminate development.The group completed the study in December 1989 and forwarded its report to city administrators a month later.Since then, the report has been collecting dust.
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