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January 6, 1991
Clearview CATV Inc. has increased its basic rate to $15.95. Clearview's basic rate offers viewers 32 channels, including Turner Network Television (TNT), which was added Jan. 4.Clearview also has upgraded The Weather Channel to include Baltimore area radar coverage and more detailed local weather information on a 24-hour basis.
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By JULIE BELL and JULIE BELL,SUN REPORTER | December 16, 2005
The state is moving to close a Hagerstown nursing home and relocate its 40 residents, citing violations that included leaving a demented 83-year-old man alone during a meal against doctors' orders. He choked to death. Officials began informing residents of Clearview Nursing Home and their families of the decision yesterday. Beds for all of the residents are available at other Washington County nursing homes, said Charlene Lloyd, manager of long-term care programs for the Washington County Commission on Aging.
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July 8, 1996
The town of Hampstead will install three stop signs at intersections on Clearview and Ralph avenues to reduce speeding in the Roberts Field neighborhood.The signs, which will be enforced beginning July 15, will be at Clearview and Huntsman Trail, Clearview and Ralph, and Ralph and Century Street.Violators will be fined $65.Town officials approved installation of the signs because the streets have become a popular alternate route for motorists trying to avoid traffic on Route 30.The streets don't have sidewalks and frequently are used by pedestrians.
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By Ted Shelsby and Ted Shelsby,SUN STAFF | July 6, 2003
Harford County Executive James M. Harkins has declined to sign a bill passed unanimously by the County Council last month to extend the franchise of Clearview Cable Partners in the county for 15 years. In a letter to the council Thursday evening explaining his action, Harkins said it was based on his experience with the company. "My experience with Clearview Cable Partners, both as a public official and as a consumer, have been consistently unsatisfactory," Harkins wrote. "As a private citizen, I have experienced poor repair service.
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By Ted Shelsby and Ted Shelsby,SUN STAFF | July 6, 2003
Harford County Executive James M. Harkins has declined to sign a bill passed unanimously by the County Council last month to extend the franchise of Clearview Cable Partners in the county for 15 years. In a letter to the council Thursday evening explaining his action, Harkins said it was based on his experience with the company. "My experience with Clearview Cable Partners, both as a public official and as a consumer, have been consistently unsatisfactory," Harkins wrote. "As a private citizen, I have experienced poor repair service.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Staff Writer | September 24, 1993
If you want to get rich, running a small, private airport isn't the way to do it. Just ask Lowell Seal."It's not a money-making business," said Mr. Seal, who, with partner Tom Chapman, owns Clearview Airport near the Morgan Run Natural Environment Area south of Westminster. "If you're trying to make a living doing this, you'll starve to death."Despite the bleak financial forecast, Mr. Seal and Mr. Chapman bought Clearview Airport in April from Martha Farinholt, whose late husband, Oliver, built it 30 years ago."
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December 17, 1999
FireUnion Bridge: Firefighters responded at 5: 27 a.m. Wednesday to an auto fire in the 1100 block of Clearview Road. Units were out 26 minutes.
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By John Murphy and John Murphy,SUN STAFF | May 16, 1998
A Westminster pilot was injured Friday afternoon when his single-engine plane crashed shortly after takeoff from Clearview Airpark in southern Carroll County, authorities said.Stephen W. DeBerry, 47, of the 800 block of David Ave. in Westminster was taken by state police MedEvac helicopter to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, where he was in serious but stable condition Friday evening, a spokeswoman said.No one on the ground was injured, state police said.DeBerry, with 30 years' experience as a pilot, took off in his yellow-and-red Marguart Charger about 1: 20 p.m. The plane had climbed to 125 feet when the engine stalled, Trooper Patrick McCrory said.
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By JULIE BELL and JULIE BELL,SUN REPORTER | December 16, 2005
The state is moving to close a Hagerstown nursing home and relocate its 40 residents, citing violations that included leaving a demented 83-year-old man alone during a meal against doctors' orders. He choked to death. Officials began informing residents of Clearview Nursing Home and their families of the decision yesterday. Beds for all of the residents are available at other Washington County nursing homes, said Charlene Lloyd, manager of long-term care programs for the Washington County Commission on Aging.
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By Phyllis Brill and Phyllis Brill,Sun Staff Writer | April 2, 1995
County officials are hoping a controversy over an innovative public septic system in the Clearview neighborhood of Edgewood has been resolved so that they can begin assessing participating households $238 a year for the service.The septic system, which was installed more than three years ago at the request of the community, was paid for in part by federal and state grants. The county paid the balance -- $102,730 -- and was to be repaid by participating property owners over 25 years, beginning in January 1994.
NEWS
December 17, 1999
FireUnion Bridge: Firefighters responded at 5: 27 a.m. Wednesday to an auto fire in the 1100 block of Clearview Road. Units were out 26 minutes.
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By Kurt Streeter and Kurt Streeter,SUN STAFF | November 9, 1999
A gang of men mugged a 15-year-old boy, then burst into his Northeast Baltimore home and shot his father to death early yesterday, police said.Sean Stokes, 31, died in an upstairs room of the home he had moved to eight months ago in the 3000 block of Clearview Ave. Police spokeswoman Angelique Cook-Hayes said Stokes was shot in the torso.Stokes' 15-year-old son told police he was mugged by four to five men just outside his house as he returned home at 12: 45 a.m., Cook-Hayes said. The teen-ager told police he was forced into the home through a side entrance by the muggers, who made their way upstairs and confronted Stokes.
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By John Murphy and John Murphy,SUN STAFF | May 16, 1998
A Westminster pilot was injured Friday afternoon when his single-engine plane crashed shortly after takeoff from Clearview Airpark in southern Carroll County, authorities said.Stephen W. DeBerry, 47, of the 800 block of David Ave. in Westminster was taken by state police MedEvac helicopter to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, where he was in serious but stable condition Friday evening, a spokeswoman said.No one on the ground was injured, state police said.DeBerry, with 30 years' experience as a pilot, took off in his yellow-and-red Marguart Charger about 1: 20 p.m. The plane had climbed to 125 feet when the engine stalled, Trooper Patrick McCrory said.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,SUN STAFF | July 18, 1996
Two Carroll airports received top awards yesterday for their contributions to the state aviation industry at the first Maryland Aviation Summit Conference.Carroll County Regional Airport in Westminster was named the best publicly owned airport in the state, and Clearview Airport, a small facility south of Westminster, was recognized as the best privately owned Maryland airport.The daylong conference, held at Baltimore-Washington International Airport and sponsored by the Maryland Aviation Administration and the Federal Aviation Administration, included workshops on aviation issues and honored excellence in airport management, flight instruction, aviation maintenance and other areas.
NEWS
July 8, 1996
The town of Hampstead will install three stop signs at intersections on Clearview and Ralph avenues to reduce speeding in the Roberts Field neighborhood.The signs, which will be enforced beginning July 15, will be at Clearview and Huntsman Trail, Clearview and Ralph, and Ralph and Century Street.Violators will be fined $65.Town officials approved installation of the signs because the streets have become a popular alternate route for motorists trying to avoid traffic on Route 30.The streets don't have sidewalks and frequently are used by pedestrians.
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By Phyllis Brill and Phyllis Brill,Sun Staff Writer | April 2, 1995
County officials are hoping a controversy over an innovative public septic system in the Clearview neighborhood of Edgewood has been resolved so that they can begin assessing participating households $238 a year for the service.The septic system, which was installed more than three years ago at the request of the community, was paid for in part by federal and state grants. The county paid the balance -- $102,730 -- and was to be repaid by participating property owners over 25 years, beginning in January 1994.
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By Kurt Streeter and Kurt Streeter,SUN STAFF | November 9, 1999
A gang of men mugged a 15-year-old boy, then burst into his Northeast Baltimore home and shot his father to death early yesterday, police said.Sean Stokes, 31, died in an upstairs room of the home he had moved to eight months ago in the 3000 block of Clearview Ave. Police spokeswoman Angelique Cook-Hayes said Stokes was shot in the torso.Stokes' 15-year-old son told police he was mugged by four to five men just outside his house as he returned home at 12: 45 a.m., Cook-Hayes said. The teen-ager told police he was forced into the home through a side entrance by the muggers, who made their way upstairs and confronted Stokes.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Staff Writer | September 24, 1993
If you want to get rich, running a small, private airport isn't the way to do it. Just ask Lowell Seal."It's not a money-making business," said Mr. Seal, who, with partner Tom Chapman, owns Clearview Airport near the Morgan Run Natural Environment Area south of Westminster. "If you're trying to make a living doing this, you'll starve to death."Despite the bleak financial forecast, Mr. Seal and Mr. Chapman bought Clearview Airport in April from Martha Farinholt, whose late husband, Oliver, built it 30 years ago."
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