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By Roch Eric Kubatko | March 3, 1994
The girls basketball regional semifinal games scheduled for last night were postponed until tonight due to the weather. They are to be held at the same times (7 p.m., except where noted) and locations.In Class 4A, East Region, No. 5 seed Annapolis travels to No. 1 seed Old Mill, and No. 3 seed Calvert plays at No. 2 seed Severna Park. The championship game is scheduled for 7 p.m. tomorrow atthe higher seed.In Class 2A, East Region, No. 6 seed Northeast goes to No. 2 seed Parkside, and No. 4 seed South River travels to No. 1 seed Northwestern.
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From Sun staff reports | March 1, 2014
The Maryland Department of Natural Resources is considering eliminating the black bear hunt quota and instead opening the season for a pre-determined number of days. The change is intended to help hunters plan more effectively and would eliminate the need for them to call a hotline each night to determine the status of the hunt. Last October, for the first time since the hunt was revived in 2004 after a 51-year hiatus, hunters who spent parts of six days in Garrett and Allegany counties failed to meet the quota set by the DNR's Wildlife and Heritage Service.
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April 30, 2006
SCOTT DAVID LIVIE, 53, died at his home on Thursday April 27, of colorectal cancer. Elected as a Kent County commissioner in 2002, Scott was also the principal and founder of Chesapeake Benefits Services, Inc., an employee benefit firm, and a former trustee of Chesapeake College. Scott's many interests included lacrosse, hunting and fishing. Into each of these venues, Scott brought his leadership, vision, skill and generosity. Scott graduated from Mc Donogh School in 1971, where he was recognized on the Wall of Fame, for his athletic achievements.
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By Michael Dresser, The Baltimore Sun | September 18, 2013
Gov. Martin O'Malley announced $5.5 million in grants to local boards of education Wednesday to increase the use of digital technology in education and to help students earn college credits and career certification while in high school. At a news conference outside the State House, O'Malley and state school Superintendent Lillian M. Lowery announced six winners of grants under a program called the Early College Innovation Fund and seven under the Digital Learning Innovation Fund.
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December 15, 1991
After six months of training, 15 men and women graduated yesterday morning as members of the state Natural Resources Police.In a 90-minute ceremony at the Anne Arundel Community College auditorium, graduates marked the end of 23 weeks of day and night classes that included navigation and seamanship, conservation and constitutional law, firearms training and drug enforcement. The training was conducted at the Natural Resources Police Academy in Stevensville.All 15 graduates are certified as emergency medical technicians and have earned credits toward a degree in law enforcement from Chesapeake College.
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By Peter Baker and Peter Baker,Sun Staff Writer | April 3, 1994
The American Kennel Club's first National Bird Dog Championships has changed dates for a second time because entries are well below expected levels, according to Terry Lucas, field trial secretary for the event.Lucas said last week that the event will be held Tuesday and Wednesday at the Blairs Valley Wildlife Management Area, north of Clear Spring in Washington County west of Hagerstown.The site for the trials is located off Blairs Valley Road, four miles north of Clear Spring. Lucas said signs will be posted to lead spectators to the site.
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By From Staff Reports | February 9, 1995
Ben Schall scored 14 points to lead host Swarthmore to a 52-44 win over visiting Johns Hopkins in a Centennial Conference men's basketball game yesterday. Sam Voolich scored 11 for Swarthmore (12-9, 8-2).Matt Gorman led the Blue Jays (3-18, 3-7) with 12 points.* Essex 68, Montgomery-Rockville 67: Mark Franklin (Perry Hall) hit the front end of a one-and-one with seven seconds left to give host Essex Community College (15-9) a victory over Montgomery-Rockville. The victory clinched Essex's first winning season in 17 years.
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By Chris Guy and Chris Guy,SUN STAFF | December 4, 1998
SALISBURY -- The Eastern Shore's five colleges and universities are joining forces in a plan their leaders say will increase educational options for students, eliminate duplication of programs and improve economic development efforts in a region that is just beginning to attract high-tech employers.With a combined enrollment of more than 13,000, the schools -- Salisbury State University, University of Maryland Eastern Shore, Washington College, Wor-Wic Community College and Chesapeake College -- see almost unlimited opportunities for sharing faculty, offering joint degree programs and providing specialized training.
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By Liz Bowie and Liz Bowie,SUN STAFF | September 20, 1996
Sometimes a good tale or two can even nudge bureaucracy into action.Business has long lamented the lack of a skilled work force in the state, but the tale of one Maryland businessman's hopeless attempt to get employees trained for jobs at his company particularly struck Gov. Parris N. Glendening when he took office.John Franzone, president of Fawn Industries, a Hunt Valley company that makes custom injection molding using laser technology, wanted to build two plants in Maryland. But he ZTC needed workers with a particular expertise.
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By Michael Dresser, The Baltimore Sun | September 18, 2013
Gov. Martin O'Malley announced $5.5 million in grants to local boards of education Wednesday to increase the use of digital technology in education and to help students earn college credits and career certification while in high school. At a news conference outside the State House, O'Malley and state school Superintendent Lillian M. Lowery announced six winners of grants under a program called the Early College Innovation Fund and seven under the Digital Learning Innovation Fund.
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August 10, 2013
Late-summer stripers Tuesday, Aug. 13: Skip Zinck, aka "27 sailfish" on TidalFish.com, will be the guest speaker at the August meeting of the Northwest Chapter of the Maryland Saltwater Sportfishing Association. He will present tips and tactics to increase your success live-lining for late-summer stripers and will cover early fall trolling. The 7:30 p.m. meeting will be at the Patapsco Council No. 1960 Knights of Columbus Hall at 1010 Frederick Road, Catonsville. Please use the Beaumont Avenue (side)
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August 3, 2013
Kids' fishing derby Saturday, Aug. 10: The MSSA Maryland Saltwater Sportfishing Association will hold a fishing derby for children from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Sandy Point State Park. For more information, go to mssa.net/youthanglerclub or call the MSSA at 410-255-5535. Boater safety Aug. 15-16: The Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum in St. Michaels is offering a boater-safety course from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. The cost is $25 per two-night session. Preregistration is required.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | June 16, 2012
Rebecca Groves "Becky" Smith, a former educator and social worker who had been a trustee at what is now McDaniel College for more than three decades, died Thursday of heart failure at William Hill Manor in Easton. She was 95. The former Rebecca Groves, the daughter of a farmer and a homemaker, was born and raised in Kennedyville. After graduating from Chestertown High School in 1933, she earned a bachelor's degree in history and English and certification in secondary education in 1937 from what was then Western Maryland College.
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January 15, 2012
The Chesapeake Bayhawks added nine rookies in the Major League Lacrosse college draft Friday night in Philadelphia, including long-stick midfielder CJ Costabile with the fifth selection overall and former McDonogh goalie Tyler Fiorito five picks later. Costabile, a Duke senior from New Fairfield, Conn., is a two-time USILA All-America third-team selection and a two-time All-Atlantic Coast Conference choice. During the 2011 season, he led the team with 95 ground balls and ranked second in caused turnovers with 23. The defensive standout has 232 ground balls and 31 points during his three-year college career.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun and Baltimore Sun reporter | December 8, 2010
Ellen Ingram Fretterd, who was known as the "first lady" of the Maryland National Guard, died of cancer Dec. 3 at the University of Pennsylvania Hospital in Philadelphia. The Federalsburg resident was 75. Born Ellen Ingram in Pike, W.Va., and raised in Seaford, Del., she was a graduate of Seaford High School. She earned an associate's degree from Chesapeake College and a bachelor of arts from what was then Salisbury State College. In 1988 then-Gov. William Donald Schaefer appointed her to the school's board of visitors.
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By From Sun staff and news services | October 9, 2009
Men's college basketball Reggie Williams named coach of Chesapeake College Former Dunbar High and Georgetown star Reggie Williams has been named coach at Chesapeake College, a community college in Wye Mills in Talbot County. Williams, 45, was hired Monday to replace John Mappas, who guided the Skipjacks to an NJCAA Region XX championship in 2008 but retired last week because of family considerations. Williams became available when Towson Catholic closed in July; he had been hired as boys coach in May. Williams, who played 10 NBA seasons, coached the Washington Justice of the National Rookie League - at that time an unaffiliated minor league for the NBA - to the 2000 championship.
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By From Sun staff and news services | October 9, 2009
Men's college basketball Reggie Williams named coach of Chesapeake College Former Dunbar High and Georgetown star Reggie Williams has been named coach at Chesapeake College, a community college in Wye Mills in Talbot County. Williams, 45, was hired Monday to replace John Mappas, who guided the Skipjacks to an NJCAA Region XX championship in 2008 but retired last week because of family considerations. Williams became available when Towson Catholic closed in July; he had been hired as boys coach in May. Williams, who played 10 NBA seasons, coached the Washington Justice of the National Rookie League - at that time an unaffiliated minor league for the NBA - to the 2000 championship.
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By LONNY WEAVER | March 5, 1995
I suggest that you line up a charter date if you do not own a boat or have a pal who lets you hitch a ride on the bay during the fishing season.A number of Chesapeake charter boat captains have told me that prime-date bookings for the April 28 to May 31 Spring Trophy striped bass (rockfish) season are running ahead of this time last year.If you have your sights set on hooking a trophy-sized rockfish, most experienced anglers will tell you to book early in the season, especially if you wish to fish the areas around the Bay Bridges and south to about Chesapeake Beach or across the Bay around Tilghman Island.
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