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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | September 5, 2013
Salvatore J. Russo, a retired Bethlehem Steel timekeeper and World War II veteran, died of diabetic complications Sunday at Emeritus Senior Living in Towson. The Cockeysville resident was 94. Born in Baltimore, he was the son of Florence and Antonio Russo, Italian immigrants who lived on Berger Avenue. After attending the Polytechnic Institute, he worked at the family's Belair Market fruit and produce business in Oldtown. Family members said he was inducted into the Army in early 1941.
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BUSINESS
By Eileen Ambrose, The Baltimore Sun | September 3, 2013
The Federal Trade Commission announced Tuesday that it reached a settlement with two auto dealers in Ohio and Maryland, including Timonium Chrysler Inc. of Cockeysville, over charges of deceptive ads on the cost of vehicles or available discounts. The agency said that the Cockeysville dealer, which does business under the name of Don White's Timonium Jeep Chrysler Dodge, promoted discounts and "Internet prices," but allegedly failed to tell consumers that they needed to qualify for rebates generally not available to them.
ENTERTAINMENT
Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | August 21, 2013
Two Cockeysville mainstays, Piv's and Patrick's, are closed, at least temporarily, and their future is uncertain. The outgoing message on Piv's phone says, "We are closed for the month of August. We'll look forward to serving you and seeing bigger and better things in the future. Again we are closed for the month of August. We will see you soon. Thank you for your loyal patronage. " Update (Aug. 20, 5:55 p.m.) The outgoing message on Piv's phone now says, "You have reached Piv's Pub and Restaurant.
FEATURES
By Samantha Iacia, For The Baltimore Sun | August 17, 2013
Date: June 22, 2013 Her story: Pam Smith, 29, grew up in Baltimore. She is a manager of engineering support at AAI Corp. in Cockeysville. Her mother, Barbara Smith, works in the financial aid office at Goucher College in Towson, and her father, George Smith, is a specialist for learning and development at Verizon. His story: Max Zdunowski, 34, is originally from Homestead, Fla., but grew up on the Eastern Shore. He is a software engineer at AAI Corp. His mother, Ruth Pier, lives in Denton.
NEWS
By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | July 28, 2013
When a burglar broke into more than two dozen apartments in Baltimore County, it wasn't the items he took that were unusual. It was what he left behind. Renters in Cockeysville returned home to find holes in their walls as big as 4 feet by 4 feet. The studs had been removed to allow a grown man to squeeze through from one apartment to the next - without ever unlocking the door. Police chased reports of the so-called drywall burglar for a month before they arrested Robert White.
EXPLORE
July 24, 2013
Thomas and Christine Havel of Bel Air announce the engagement of their daughter, Nichole, to Justin Reigle, son of Raymond and Sharon Reigle of Bel Air. Havel and Reigle are 2001 graduates of Bel Air High School. Reigle is a graduate of Towson University and is a computer scientist for ATC at Aberdeen Proving Ground. Havel is a graduate of MICA and is the owner and operator of Pathways Massage in Cockeysville. The couple is planning a June 2014 wedding.
NEWS
By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | July 23, 2013
Baltimore County police on Tuesday identified the officer who shot and killed a Cockeysville man after police said he refused to drop a knife. The department identified the officer as Officer First Class Gibbons, a 19-year veteran assigned to the Cockeysville Precinct Patrol Division. Baltimore County does not provide officers' first names in such cases in keeping with a police union agreement, but online salary records show that Officer Gould Gibbons III has been a member of the department since 1994.
NEWS
By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | July 21, 2013
Baltimore County police are investigating an officer-involved shooting Saturday night in Cockeysville, in which police say a man with a knife was shot. Police said they responded at 9:33 p.m. to a residence in the 10100 block of Daventry Drive, a residential area near the Yorktowne Plaza Shopping Center off of York Road. Police said the call was for an assault in progress, and the 911 caller said there was a subject there threatening people with a knife. Upon arriving, officers found a man in the garage with a knife.
NEWS
By Luke Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun | July 21, 2013
A Baltimore County police officer shot and killed a Cockeysville man Saturday night when the man refused to drop a knife he was holding, police said. James Robert Rogers Jr., 49, of the 10100 block of Daventry Drive in Cockeysville, died early Sunday morning at an area hospital, according to police. At about 9:30 p.m. Saturday, officers responded to a home owned by Rogers' parents, after receiving a call for an assault in progress. Rogers' father had called 911 moments earlier stating that his son was threatening him and his wife with a knife, police said.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | July 11, 2013
Growing up in Beechfield during the 1930s, James K. Lightner had an interest in photography and history. That interest led the 11-year-old Lightner and his parents to join the crowds that invaded Gettysburg during the first few days of July 1938. They went to honor the 2,000 Union and Confederate veterans — their average age was 94 — who traveled in 26 Pullman cars from nearly every state in the Union (only Rhode Island went unrepresented) to stand on hallowed ground one more time to mark the 75th anniversary of the historic battle.
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