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August 30, 2006
On August 29, 2006, ZACHARIAH T.; beloved husband of the late Dorothy L. Chisolm (nee Moore); dear father of Richard and his wife Laura Chisolm, William Chisolm, Anna and her husband George Meszaros and the late Johnny Chisolm; brother of Marvin Chisolm, Nell Crites and Frances Boatner; grandfather of Richard, Christine, Jessica, Melissa, Christopher, Jonathan, Dorothy, Johnny, Wilma and Cheryl; great-grandfather of Ethan, Eleanor, Emma, Brendan and...
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Sports Digest | August 16, 2014
Et cetera Maryland men's lacrosse attackman Benjamin Chisolm was cleared in a Virginia sexual assault case Thursday after being accused of molesting a woman at a concert, Chisolm's lawyer said. Prosecutors dropped the felony sex assault charge against Chisolm and a judge cleared him of assault after a brief bench trial, according to the attorney. But Chisolm was found guilty of being drunk in public and received a fine and community service. Chisolm and the woman were at a Zac Brown Band concert at the Jiffy Lube Live venue in June and she had fallen asleep.
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NEWS
October 1, 2004
On September 29, 2004, DOROTHY L. (nee Moore); beloved wife of Zachariah Chisolm; dear mother of Johnny Chisolm, Richard (and his wife Laura) Chisolm, William Chisolm, Anna (and her husband George) Meszaros; grandmother of Richard, Christine, Jessica, Melissa, Christopher, Jonathan, Dorothy, Johnny, Wilma and Cheryl, great grandmother of Ethan, Eleanor, Emma and Brendan. Friends may call at the Gonce Funeral Service, P.A., 4001 Ritchie Highway on Friday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Services on Saturday at 9:30 A.M. Interment in Glen Haven Memorial Park
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By Colin Campbell, The Baltimore Sun | June 25, 2014
A freshman Maryland men's lacrosse player was arrested and charged with sexually assaulting a sleeping woman at a Zac Brown Band concert in Virginia on Sunday, police said. Benjamin Chisolm, 19, of Davidsonville, is accused of molesting a 49-year-old woman who had fallen asleep in the lawn area during the concert at Jiffy Lube Live pavilion in Bristow, Va. The woman told police she awoke around 8:30 p.m. to find an unknown man, later identified as Chisolm, lying beside her and touching her inappropriately.
NEWS
By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | February 9, 1996
Guy M. Chisolm Jr., who oversaw construction of the campus of the University of Maryland Baltimore County and retired in 1982 as its director of physical plant, died of cancer Monday at his home in Catonsville. He was 76.He came to UMBC in 1965 to supervise the construction of the new college on 432 acres in Catonsville.He also designed dormitories for the school, which enrolled its first students in 1966. He received a citation from Gov. Marvin Mandel for pioneering the use of rails, ramps and other tools to make the school accessible to handicapped students.
NEWS
By Jim Haner, Jacques Kelly and Frederick N. Rasmussen and Jim Haner, Jacques Kelly and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | June 22, 2001
Dr. J. Julian Chisolm Jr., founder of the Kennedy Krieger Institute Lead Clinic and world-renowned researcher whose pioneering studies into the treatment of childhood lead poisoning have saved thousands of young lives, died Wednesday of congestive heart failure at Roland Park Place. He was 79. "He made enormous contributions ... that have saved the lives of untold thousands of kids - untold millions, by now - all over the world," said Dr. Herbert L. Needleman of the University of Pittsburgh Medical School.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,Sun reporter | February 6, 2008
Elise Chisolm, a retired Evening Sun features columnist who wrote humorous family life essays, died of congestive heart failure Monday at the Keswick Multi-Care Center. The former Catonsville resident was 83. Born Elise Townsend in Jackson Heights, N.Y., and raised in Bryn Mawr, Pa., she attended the Baldwin School and was a graduate of Lower Merion High School. She made her social debut in 1940 at the Philadelphia Academy of Music. Family members said she was a child of the Great Depression and did not go to college, but attended the Philadelphia School of Office Training.
NEWS
By Robert Redding and Robert Redding,SUN STAFF | July 26, 2001
As one of Maryland's five National Achievement Scholarship winners, Makini D. Chisolm-Straker of Pikesville has big ambitions. Chisolm-Straker, a recent graduate of the Carver Center for the Arts in Towson, will attend Brown University in Providence, R.I. After that, she plans to go to medical school, then practice emergency medicine. "I absolutely adore medicine," Chisolm-Straker, 18, said this week. She traces that interest to a hand injury suffered when she was 10. She needed stitches on her knuckles and was fascinated by the emergency medical team who worked on her. Last year, when her father, a physician's assistant, got his thumb stuck in a food processor she had given him, he had her do the stitches.
FEATURES
By Stephanie Shapiro and Stephanie Shapiro,SUN STAFF | January 18, 2000
It was one of those youthful miscalculations that most adults would rather forget. Richard Chisolm and his Catonsville High School buddies were cruising in his mother's car on the Spring Grove Hospital center campus. With his brother's hand-me-down Super 8 camera, Chisolm filmed the psychiatric patients, their odd gaits, bent heads, friendly waves. At the exit, the boys were stopped, their film confiscated and destroyed. Such antics were strictly forbidden. Twenty-five years later, here's Chisolm once again, in another car, camera in hand.
FEATURES
February 13, 1991
By a margin of 2-to-1, callers to SUNDIAL disagreed with Evening Sun columnist Elise T. Chisolm, who yesterday argued that the medical benefits to humans far outweigh the rights of animals used in research and testing. She cited the discovery of insulin as an example.Yesterday, 724 callers, or 67 percent of the 1,084 calls, voted in favor of the rights of animals, while 360 supported Chisolm's argument."It's Your Call" represents a sampling of opinions from certain segments of the community, but it is not balanced demographically, as would be done in a scientific public opinion poll.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Michael Sragow, The Baltimore Sun | June 23, 2011
If you missed Ramona Diaz's "The Learning" and Richard Chisolm's "Cafeteria Man" at the Maryland Film Festival, seize the chance to see them at the AFI Silverdocs festival. If you've seen them already, take my word for it: They're even better the second time around. "The Learning" is like no other teaching film — it sensitizes you in fresh and unexpected ways to the transactions between instructors and students. Director Ramona Diaz follows four Filipino teachers, recruited by the Baltimore public school system, through their first year teaching Mobtown pupils to their first days back home.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,Sun reporter | February 6, 2008
Elise Chisolm, a retired Evening Sun features columnist who wrote humorous family life essays, died of congestive heart failure Monday at the Keswick Multi-Care Center. The former Catonsville resident was 83. Born Elise Townsend in Jackson Heights, N.Y., and raised in Bryn Mawr, Pa., she attended the Baldwin School and was a graduate of Lower Merion High School. She made her social debut in 1940 at the Philadelphia Academy of Music. Family members said she was a child of the Great Depression and did not go to college, but attended the Philadelphia School of Office Training.
NEWS
By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun television critic | December 28, 2007
In a news media landscape where more and more citizen journalists are wielding cell phone cameras, it was a series of old-school, still photographs taken by a seasoned professional that held the world's attention in the immediate aftermath of Benazir Bhutto's assassination. From the Web site of NPR, to the screens of CNN and cnn.com, images captured by John Moore, a Pulitzer-winning photographer working for Getty Images, served as a powerful reminder that journalistic training, technical skill and professional know-how still matter when it comes to recording major breaking world events.
NEWS
August 30, 2006
On August 29, 2006, ZACHARIAH T.; beloved husband of the late Dorothy L. Chisolm (nee Moore); dear father of Richard and his wife Laura Chisolm, William Chisolm, Anna and her husband George Meszaros and the late Johnny Chisolm; brother of Marvin Chisolm, Nell Crites and Frances Boatner; grandfather of Richard, Christine, Jessica, Melissa, Christopher, Jonathan, Dorothy, Johnny, Wilma and Cheryl; great-grandfather of Ethan, Eleanor, Emma, Brendan and...
NEWS
October 1, 2004
On September 29, 2004, DOROTHY L. (nee Moore); beloved wife of Zachariah Chisolm; dear mother of Johnny Chisolm, Richard (and his wife Laura) Chisolm, William Chisolm, Anna (and her husband George) Meszaros; grandmother of Richard, Christine, Jessica, Melissa, Christopher, Jonathan, Dorothy, Johnny, Wilma and Cheryl, great grandmother of Ethan, Eleanor, Emma and Brendan. Friends may call at the Gonce Funeral Service, P.A., 4001 Ritchie Highway on Friday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Services on Saturday at 9:30 A.M. Interment in Glen Haven Memorial Park
NEWS
By Robert Redding and Robert Redding,SUN STAFF | July 26, 2001
As one of Maryland's five National Achievement Scholarship winners, Makini D. Chisolm-Straker of Pikesville has big ambitions. Chisolm-Straker, a recent graduate of the Carver Center for the Arts in Towson, will attend Brown University in Providence, R.I. After that, she plans to go to medical school, then practice emergency medicine. "I absolutely adore medicine," Chisolm-Straker, 18, said this week. She traces that interest to a hand injury suffered when she was 10. She needed stitches on her knuckles and was fascinated by the emergency medical team who worked on her. Last year, when her father, a physician's assistant, got his thumb stuck in a food processor she had given him, he had her do the stitches.
NEWS
September 3, 1998
A headline in yesterday's Today section incorrectly implied that the Baltimore-based TV drama "Homicide" had never won an Emmy award. In the accompanying article, the first name of cinematographer Richard Chisolm was incorrect.The Sun regrets the errors.Pub Date: 9/03/98
NEWS
November 11, 1990
An Edgewood man is being held on $250,000 bail in the county detention center in connection with a drug transaction that ended in an exchange of gunshots Friday, Nov. 2, the Sheriff's Department said.Roosevelt Chisolm Jr. is charged with possession of illegal drugs and possession of a concealed weapon, the department said. Police did not have Chisolm's age.Chisolm was in the Meadowood area of Edgewood when an unknown male carrying a handgun approached him, a department spokesman said. Several gunshots were exchanged, but no one was injured.
NEWS
By Jim Haner, Jacques Kelly and Frederick N. Rasmussen and Jim Haner, Jacques Kelly and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | June 22, 2001
Dr. J. Julian Chisolm Jr., founder of the Kennedy Krieger Institute Lead Clinic and world-renowned researcher whose pioneering studies into the treatment of childhood lead poisoning have saved thousands of young lives, died Wednesday of congestive heart failure at Roland Park Place. He was 79. "He made enormous contributions ... that have saved the lives of untold thousands of kids - untold millions, by now - all over the world," said Dr. Herbert L. Needleman of the University of Pittsburgh Medical School.
FEATURES
By Stephanie Shapiro and Stephanie Shapiro,SUN STAFF | January 18, 2000
It was one of those youthful miscalculations that most adults would rather forget. Richard Chisolm and his Catonsville High School buddies were cruising in his mother's car on the Spring Grove Hospital center campus. With his brother's hand-me-down Super 8 camera, Chisolm filmed the psychiatric patients, their odd gaits, bent heads, friendly waves. At the exit, the boys were stopped, their film confiscated and destroyed. Such antics were strictly forbidden. Twenty-five years later, here's Chisolm once again, in another car, camera in hand.
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