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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,Staff writer | February 18, 1992
Arguing that design plans for houses in the new Cedar Grove development have changed, the president of the Crofton Civic Association is calling for a new public hearing on the proposed 258-home community.Last month, residents packed Town Hall to oppose the development planned for 18 acres near Route 3 and Lake Louise. Their concerns centered over access to the community and the lack of brick in the plannedhomes.Those concerns remain much the same, even though the house designs have been changed.
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February 25, 2007
On February 22, 2007 Willie Visitation will be held Tuesday from 6-8PM Christopher King Funeral Home, 331 E. Main Street, Rock Hill, South Carolina, Funeral Services held Wednesday at 2:00pm Cedar Grove Baptist Church, 2264 Cedar Grove Church Road, Chester, South Carolina, Internment Following in the Church Cemetery. Inquiries www.wyliefuneralhome.com.
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NEWS
February 25, 2007
On February 22, 2007 Willie Visitation will be held Tuesday from 6-8PM Christopher King Funeral Home, 331 E. Main Street, Rock Hill, South Carolina, Funeral Services held Wednesday at 2:00pm Cedar Grove Baptist Church, 2264 Cedar Grove Church Road, Chester, South Carolina, Internment Following in the Church Cemetery. Inquiries www.wyliefuneralhome.com.
NEWS
By JOE PALAZZOLO and JOE PALAZZOLO,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 4, 2006
Five years after Safeway chucked its plans to build a grocery store in Deale, another corporation has emerged with designs for the 16 acres at the intersection of Routes 256 and 258. This time, the community isn't worried about a profit-minded company mucking up the waterfront village's character. Cedar Grove United Methodist Church is negotiating with Safeway to buy the land to build a large community center, featuring South County's first indoor public pool. It would be operated by the South County Community Development Corporation, a new nonprofit made up of Cedar Grove and three other local churches.
NEWS
November 21, 2004
MRS. VANICE JAUNITA MILEO, 84, formerly of Takoma Park, MD, died Friday, November 19, 2004. She enjoyed reading, working crossword puzzles, and gardening. Survivors are her daughters: Evelyn Mileo-Bell, Columbia, MD and Rose Ann Mileo-Hawkins, Cedar Grove, NC; son-in-law, Carroll L. Hawkins, Cedar Grove, NC; stepsons, Anthony J. Mileo, Millsboro, DE, Joseph C. Mileo, Dayton, OH, daughters-in-law, June F. Mileo, Millsboro, DE, and Thea Mileo, Dayton, OH, brother, Amos Fox, Sevierville, TN, sisters: Etta Mae Keeler, Sevierville, TN, and Mildred Jantzen, St. Louis, MO; nine grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
FEATURES
By Fred Rasmussen | July 23, 1995
From The Sun July 23-29, 1845* July 24: A subscriber in Pratt Street complains bitterly of a habit into which some of his neighbors, who he says are able to buy a dozen copies of The Sun, have fallen, of borrowing his paper in the morning before he has time to read it himself.* July 29: Some boys yesterday afternoon, while passing down the Falls, discovered the dead body of a man floating between Pratt and President streets.From The Sun July 23-29, 1895* July 23: The Diamond Ice Company, corner of York and William streets, gave a public exhibition last night at its factory and showed how it manufactured ice.* July 29: From early yesterday morning until late at night large crowds of people visited the African Methodist Episcopal camp at Hurley's Grove.
NEWS
By JOE PALAZZOLO and JOE PALAZZOLO,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 4, 2006
Five years after Safeway chucked its plans to build a grocery store in Deale, another corporation has emerged with designs for the 16 acres at the intersection of Routes 256 and 258. This time, the community isn't worried about a profit-minded company mucking up the waterfront village's character. Cedar Grove United Methodist Church is negotiating with Safeway to buy the land to build a large community center, featuring South County's first indoor public pool. It would be operated by the South County Community Development Corporation, a new nonprofit made up of Cedar Grove and three other local churches.
BUSINESS
January 28, 1996
Under constructionCedar Grove1. Question: When does two equal three? Answer: When you are looking at what appears to be two townhouses at Cedar Grove in Crofton.A closer inspection of the townhomes being built by Classic Community Corporation reveals that what looks like two three-level houses is actually two two-level condominium townhomes and one one-level condominium.Located in Crofton's "Golden Triangle," Cedar Grove has a private swim club, open recreation areas and a community association that takes care of lawn mowing, snow removal and exterior building maintenance.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | July 18, 2002
William B. Purpura Sr., a former ship's cook who survived four torpedo attacks during World War II and later became a chef at the famed Meadowbrook in Cedar Grove, N.J., died of cancer Friday at the Veterans Medical Center in downtown Baltimore. He was 89 and lived at Elkridge Estates in North Baltimore. Born in Rochester, N.Y., to immigrant parents from Sicily, Mr. Purpura was reared in Passaic, N.J. He dropped out of school when he was 16, lied about his age and joined the Navy in 1928.
NEWS
By Mark Guidera | December 15, 1991
Danger's shadow lurked everywhere, it seemed, in Muriel Wilson's oldapartment building.She found hypodermic needles in the hallways and feared for her three children. She crashed a foot through a rotted floor and feared for her life.Late last month, the Wilsons' lives changed for the better.They were among 10 families chosen from a horde of applicants to live in the Cedar Grove apartments in Edgewood, new housing for low-income wage earners.From the outside, the blocky, stucco and aluminum-sided building on Cedar Lane doesn't hold much charm.
NEWS
November 21, 2004
MRS. VANICE JAUNITA MILEO, 84, formerly of Takoma Park, MD, died Friday, November 19, 2004. She enjoyed reading, working crossword puzzles, and gardening. Survivors are her daughters: Evelyn Mileo-Bell, Columbia, MD and Rose Ann Mileo-Hawkins, Cedar Grove, NC; son-in-law, Carroll L. Hawkins, Cedar Grove, NC; stepsons, Anthony J. Mileo, Millsboro, DE, Joseph C. Mileo, Dayton, OH, daughters-in-law, June F. Mileo, Millsboro, DE, and Thea Mileo, Dayton, OH, brother, Amos Fox, Sevierville, TN, sisters: Etta Mae Keeler, Sevierville, TN, and Mildred Jantzen, St. Louis, MO; nine grandchildren; and five great-grandchildren.
NEWS
By Matthew Purdy and Matthew Purdy,NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | March 20, 2003
CEDAR GROVE, N.J. -- Back when the Peckman River was a watery dump for sewage, grass clippings and broken furniture, the notion of its becoming a trout stream seemed like a fantasy. But two sewage plants on the small river were upgraded. Residents cleared debris, then began stocking the river with trout. The state wants to label this unremarkable river in the unbroken sprawl of northern New Jersey a trout stream. The moral of the tale: Be careful what you fish for. The federal Clean Water Act, filtered through the state bureaucracy, is emitting a fine mess.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | July 18, 2002
William B. Purpura Sr., a former ship's cook who survived four torpedo attacks during World War II and later became a chef at the famed Meadowbrook in Cedar Grove, N.J., died of cancer Friday at the Veterans Medical Center in downtown Baltimore. He was 89 and lived at Elkridge Estates in North Baltimore. Born in Rochester, N.Y., to immigrant parents from Sicily, Mr. Purpura was reared in Passaic, N.J. He dropped out of school when he was 16, lied about his age and joined the Navy in 1928.
SPORTS
By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | February 6, 2002
It has been a fallow season for most local men's college basketball teams, but UMBC is still reaping its share of victories. With a sterling sophomore class that includes former New York City high school Player of the Year Peter Mulligan, 6-foot-9 Will McClurkin and all-purpose swingman Ron Yates, and a highly regarded transfer guard in Malik Wallace, the Retrievers were expected to be strong title contenders in the Northeast Conference. And, as the field swings into the homestretch in the league races, UMBC (13-7 overall, 9-4 NEC)
BUSINESS
January 28, 1996
Under constructionCedar Grove1. Question: When does two equal three? Answer: When you are looking at what appears to be two townhouses at Cedar Grove in Crofton.A closer inspection of the townhomes being built by Classic Community Corporation reveals that what looks like two three-level houses is actually two two-level condominium townhomes and one one-level condominium.Located in Crofton's "Golden Triangle," Cedar Grove has a private swim club, open recreation areas and a community association that takes care of lawn mowing, snow removal and exterior building maintenance.
FEATURES
By Fred Rasmussen | July 23, 1995
From The Sun July 23-29, 1845* July 24: A subscriber in Pratt Street complains bitterly of a habit into which some of his neighbors, who he says are able to buy a dozen copies of The Sun, have fallen, of borrowing his paper in the morning before he has time to read it himself.* July 29: Some boys yesterday afternoon, while passing down the Falls, discovered the dead body of a man floating between Pratt and President streets.From The Sun July 23-29, 1895* July 23: The Diamond Ice Company, corner of York and William streets, gave a public exhibition last night at its factory and showed how it manufactured ice.* July 29: From early yesterday morning until late at night large crowds of people visited the African Methodist Episcopal camp at Hurley's Grove.
NEWS
By Matthew Purdy and Matthew Purdy,NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | March 20, 2003
CEDAR GROVE, N.J. -- Back when the Peckman River was a watery dump for sewage, grass clippings and broken furniture, the notion of its becoming a trout stream seemed like a fantasy. But two sewage plants on the small river were upgraded. Residents cleared debris, then began stocking the river with trout. The state wants to label this unremarkable river in the unbroken sprawl of northern New Jersey a trout stream. The moral of the tale: Be careful what you fish for. The federal Clean Water Act, filtered through the state bureaucracy, is emitting a fine mess.
SPORTS
By Kent Baker and Kent Baker,SUN STAFF | February 6, 2002
It has been a fallow season for most local men's college basketball teams, but UMBC is still reaping its share of victories. With a sterling sophomore class that includes former New York City high school Player of the Year Peter Mulligan, 6-foot-9 Will McClurkin and all-purpose swingman Ron Yates, and a highly regarded transfer guard in Malik Wallace, the Retrievers were expected to be strong title contenders in the Northeast Conference. And, as the field swings into the homestretch in the league races, UMBC (13-7 overall, 9-4 NEC)
NEWS
By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,Staff writer | February 18, 1992
Arguing that design plans for houses in the new Cedar Grove development have changed, the president of the Crofton Civic Association is calling for a new public hearing on the proposed 258-home community.Last month, residents packed Town Hall to oppose the development planned for 18 acres near Route 3 and Lake Louise. Their concerns centered over access to the community and the lack of brick in the plannedhomes.Those concerns remain much the same, even though the house designs have been changed.
NEWS
By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,Staff writer | January 16, 1992
A town house community under construction in Crofton doesn't measureup to other developments in the special tax district, the civic association president and residents said Monday."
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