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by Carson Porter | August 17, 2011
I went to Express .com looking for some new polos and they just happen to be having a 40% off clearance items sale. Plus, they have $15 off $30 and $30 off $75 promo codes for regular non-clearance items. Think I can pull off a fedora ?
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By Kevin Rector and The Baltimore Sun | September 14, 2014
The officials who are responsible for safeguarding the nation's intelligence secrets are trying to figure out how to better vet millions of employees and contractors with security clearances, after auditors found that some of those workers owed more than three-quarters of a billion dollars in unpaid taxes. About 83,000 employees and contractors at the Department of Defense owed more than $730 million in unpaid taxes, the Government Accountability Office reported last month. Last year, the agency reported that 8,400 executive-branch civilian employees and contractors owed $85 million.
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October 19, 2003
On October 16, 2003 ROBERT CLEARANCE MOTT; beloved husband of the late Doris H. Mott (nee Hush); devoted father of Jeanne M. Mott and Robert C. Mott; loving grandfather of Andrea Mott, Artemas Mott and Titus Mott. He is also survived by five great grandchildren. The family will receive friends at the Sterling-Ashton-Schwab Funeral Home, Inc., 736 Edmondson Ave., Catonsville (half mile west of beltway exit 14) on Sunday from 2 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated in the Grace Chapel of St. Ignatius Church, 740 N. Calvert St., Baltimore, MD 21202 on Monday at 12:10 P.M. Entombment in Crest Lawn Memorial Gardens.
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | April 8, 2014
The call to the county homicide detective came in the middle of the night. A man had been gunned down at a bus stop on Eastern Boulevard in Essex. Found on the scene, the victim's cellphone held a message from someone named Ashley. It read simply, "You dead. " Like most homicide victims in Baltimore County, Robert Holiday knew his killer. Witnesses willingly spoke to investigators and testified in court. The result: three convictions in a year and a life sentence for Holiday's former girlfriend, Laquesha "Ashley" Lewis.
BUSINESS
Gus G. Sentementes | October 2, 2012
KEYW Holding Corp. is making good on an ambitious plan to grow, organically and through acquisitions, into a company that can respond quickly to the needs of its federal defense clients. The Hanover-based company said today it completed the acquisition of Poole & Associates Inc., of Annapolis Junction, for $126 million in cash and stock. The acquisition was announced Sept. 10. It has bought several companies since its founding in 2008, and going public in 2010. The company also is returning to the public market to raise more capital.
SPORTS
By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | January 13, 2014
SARASOTA, Fla. -- Orioles third baseman Manny Machado, who is coming off offseason surgery on his left knee, will not attend this week's minicamp at the Ed Smith Stadium complex. Instead, he is scheduled to visit Dodgers team physician Dr. Neal ElAttrache on Thursday in Los Angeles to get clearance to resume baseball activities. Machado is now scheduled to arrive in Sarasota for spring training on Feb. 6, a full week before pitchers and catchers report. Missing the minicamp is not an indication of a setback in Machado's recovery from the surgery in October, which was performed by Dr. ElAttrache, but more a result of ill-timed scheduling, according to Orioles manager Buck Showalter.
BUSINESS
By New York Times | August 22, 1991
Joining the ranks of retailers with stores devoted to selling excess inventory at bargain-basement prices, R.H. Macy & Co. has announced it will open five clearance stores in outlet malls or free-standing locations around the country.A company spokesman said yesterday that Macy's had based its decision on the success of its six warehouse clearance centers. But unlike those clearance centers, which are typically near Macy's regular stores, the new close-out stores will be in outlet malls, which have been gaining popularity among shoppers.
NEWS
June 28, 2005
Shop 'til you drop all weekend long! When:Saturday, August 6, 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday, August 7, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Maryland State Fairgrounds Exhibition Hall This event features an array of retailers selling their merchandise at low discount prices to the public! This is a two-day discount blowout sales event where national and local retailers will sell their seasonal, clearance and/or discount merchandise at super-low prices over one weekend. Features: More than 20 retailers with the best discounted merchandise in Baltimore A Kids' Corner Food concessions Fun for the whole family!
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By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | August 10, 1997
Prozac -- now in its 10th year on the market and the most popular anti-depressant in the United States -- has never been approved for children. No anti-depressant has ever been formally cleared for children or adolescents.But that could be about to change. Eli Lilly recently submitted data on the drug to the Food and Drug Administration in an effort to have it approved for children. The agency has asked for more information.Companies making similar new anti-depressants, most of which regulate mood by adjusting the brain chemical serotonin, are gathering information and conducting pediatric studies in hopes getting federal approval for use of their drugs in children.
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | April 8, 2014
The call to the county homicide detective came in the middle of the night. A man had been gunned down at a bus stop on Eastern Boulevard in Essex. Found on the scene, the victim's cellphone held a message from someone named Ashley. It read simply, "You dead. " Like most homicide victims in Baltimore County, Robert Holiday knew his killer. Witnesses willingly spoke to investigators and testified in court. The result: three convictions in a year and a life sentence for Holiday's former girlfriend, Laquesha "Ashley" Lewis.
SPORTS
By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | January 13, 2014
SARASOTA, Fla. -- Orioles third baseman Manny Machado, who is coming off offseason surgery on his left knee, will not attend this week's minicamp at the Ed Smith Stadium complex. Instead, he is scheduled to visit Dodgers team physician Dr. Neal ElAttrache on Thursday in Los Angeles to get clearance to resume baseball activities. Machado is now scheduled to arrive in Sarasota for spring training on Feb. 6, a full week before pitchers and catchers report. Missing the minicamp is not an indication of a setback in Machado's recovery from the surgery in October, which was performed by Dr. ElAttrache, but more a result of ill-timed scheduling, according to Orioles manager Buck Showalter.
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By Pamela Wood, The Batimore Sun | September 23, 2013
Attorneys for former Anne Arundel County Executive John R. Leopold are arguing in court documents his convictions on vague charges should be overturned and that the judge had no authority to bar him from running for office. In a brief filed this month with the Maryland Court of Special Appeals, Leopold's attorneys are appealing the sentence handed down by retired Judge Dennis Sweeney, who heard the case in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court. Specifically, Leopold's attorneys argue Sweeney doesn't have the authority to bar Leopold from running for elected office while he serves a five-year probation.
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By Matthew Hay Brown, The Baltimore Sun | June 14, 2013
The Pentagon decision to suspend security clearance vetting for some defense contractors is likely to have little impact on either the Defense Department or private industry, officials from both said. On Friday, the Defense Security Service stopped paying for the five-year "reinvestigation" of contractors who hold top-secret clearances. The suspension is to continue through the end of the fiscal year in September. The Defense Security Service, which oversees the clearance process for defense employees and contractors, blamed the sequester, the across-the-board spending cuts ordered by Congress.
NEWS
February 26, 2013
Much has changed in America since the Voting Rights Act of 1965 was first approved, and we can't blame those living in the 16 states that must get approval from the Justice Department or a federal court in order to revise their election laws for feeling the weight of history. The Deep South of the 21 s t century is not the same as the days of poll taxes, literacy tests and assassinated civil rights leaders. But how different is it today from seven years ago? That's when Congress last renewed one of this country's most important pieces of civil rights legislation - including the section that places this burden of proof on states with long histories of suppressing minority voters.
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | January 2, 2013
Baltimore County police reported 23 homicides in 2012 with all but three cases solved. The county's average homicide clearance rate was 89.8 percent from 2007 through 2011, above the national average of about 65 percent, according to a statement from the department. In 2012, 12 victims were killed in domestic-related incidents, while three were killed by acquaintances, three were killed in non-random, drug-related incidents, the statement said. In five cases, police had not found a clear relationship between the victim and the suspect.
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By Erica L. Green, The Baltimore Sun | December 17, 2012
A Baltimore school staff member was injured Monday during an altercation with a woman who pulled out a knife when she was informed she couldn't visit a student, according to city school officials. The school system lauded the rapid actions of school employees who stopped the unsupervised visitor, at a time when school systems across the country are being especially vigilant after a mass shooting at a Connecticut school Friday in which 20 children and six school employees were killed.
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By Dan Thanh Dang and Dan Thanh Dang,SUN STAFF | January 15, 1996
More than a month after two women were stabbed to death in their homes in different parts of Baltimore County, police are reporting no developments in either case -- only that they are continuing to examine the victims' backgrounds in search of fresh leads.These two stabbings are among 13 slayings in the county that remain unsolved from last year -- more than a third of the 34 homicides reported."Our detectives dealt with some real tough cases last year," said Maj. Allan J. Webster, the county police commander for criminal investigation.
BUSINESS
By Michael Dresser and Michael Dresser,Staff Writer | June 19, 1992
The Hamburgers clothing store chain, one of Baltimore's oldest and best-known businesses, is moving to close some of its 12 stores and plans to hold a clearance sale to raise cash.The decision comes two months after the chain's parent company warned that it would close the 142-year-old chain if it could not be sold.No buyer has surfaced, and analysts say it is unlikely that a savior would suddenly appear, given the depressed state of the industry."We have had preliminary discussions with third parties and landlords to transfer, assign or sell leases," says Jack Kaminski, president of the company, which began as an 8-by-8-foot tailor's shack near where the Inner Harbor now flourishes.
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Gus G. Sentementes | October 2, 2012
KEYW Holding Corp. is making good on an ambitious plan to grow, organically and through acquisitions, into a company that can respond quickly to the needs of its federal defense clients. The Hanover-based company said today it completed the acquisition of Poole & Associates Inc., of Annapolis Junction, for $126 million in cash and stock. The acquisition was announced Sept. 10. It has bought several companies since its founding in 2008, and going public in 2010. The company also is returning to the public market to raise more capital.
NEWS
By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | February 20, 2012
In D.C., Chief Cathy L. Lanier is getting some heat for what the Washington Post reports is a "statistical mishmash" regarding the Metropolitan Police Department's sparkling homicide clearance rate of 94 percent of its 108 killings. As it turns out, many of the closed cases are from previous years: In Baltimore, this revelation is not new or surprising, but it's worth reminding the public how the process works. First, here's some snippets from the Post article: A 94 percent closure rate would mean that detectives solved 102 of them.
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