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NEWS
March 20, 1991
The county is applying for grants and loans to try to take charge ofthe Pleasant Valley water system.The system, owned by Viola Leister, serves about 50 households, said K. Marlene Conaway, assistant director of the county Planning Department.The county is taking over ownership of the system at the request of residents and Leister, Conaway said.The county is applying forstate and federal grants and loans of about $500,000, said Steven D.Powell, director of management and budget.The county also is looking into whether a central sewer system should be installed in Pleasant Valley, Conaway said.
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NEWS
January 12, 2006
On January 10, 2006, DEBORAH RAE BARE (nee Warthen), beloved wife of Jerry L. Bare, devoted mother of Melissa Conaway and her husband Dr. Jacques Conaway. Devoted step-mother of Sandy Drasal and her husband Joseph and William Bare. Beloved daughter of Dorothy Warthen (nee Baker) and the late Raymond Warthen. Dear sister of Bonnie Schrieber, Raymond and Eric Warthen. Dear grandmother of Ava Jacqueline Conaway and step-grandmother of Joey and Matthew Drasal. Visitation, Thursday and Friday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. CVACH/ROSEDALE FUNERAL HOME, 1211 Chesaco Avenue.
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By Doug Donovan and Doug Donovan,SUN STAFF | May 20, 2003
Circuit Court clerk and mayoral candidate Frank Conaway launched his monthly newspaper yesterday, Good News & Informer, that he said is intended to "tell the stories that are not being reported." Conaway said the free publication will become a weekly after six months. It made its debut yesterday with eight pages of stories about city politicians, church and community activists and local business owners. Conaway said he would not use the paper to further his campaign, but an editorial he wrote in the inaugural issue sounded many of the themes he has been mentioning in the campaign.
NEWS
By Jamie Stiehm and Jamie Stiehm,SUN STAFF | February 23, 1997
Morgan State University student cheerleaders and athletes honored Sheronda Conaway, a junior accounting major found dead in her campus dorm room Friday, with a moment of silence before a home basketball game yesterday.Conaway, 20, of Fort Washington, a cheerleader since her freshman year, will "always be in our hearts," said the cheerleading captain, Keishia Wallace, her voice breaking as she addressed the crowd at Morgan's field house. Conaway was named Miss Congeniality last year by the squad's 20 members.
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By Gerard Shields and Gerard Shields,SUN STAFF | July 20, 1999
Mayoral candidate Mary W. Conaway refused yesterday to release her college transcripts to resolve questions over how she attended a Washington seminary full time while working as register of wills.Conaway, 56, received a master of divinity degree from Wesley Theological Seminary in Washington, which she attended full time from 1988 to 1991.First elected register of wills in 1982, Conaway said she completed the courses at night and on weekends at the school, which is an hour from her downtown Baltimore office.
NEWS
By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,SUN STAFF | March 13, 1997
A 36-year-old man charged in the fatal beating of a 1-year-old boy in the child's West Baltimore home surrendered to police yesterday.Kurt Darnell Conaway of the 4500 block of N. Rogers Ave. was charged in a warrant early yesterday with first-degree murder and assault in the death of Julius Dayquam Curry. Police said Conaway is the boyfriend of Julius' mother.Conaway, accompanied by his attorney, surrendered about 5 p.m. at police headquarters downtown, police said. He was formally charged and was being held without bond at the Central Booking and Intake Center pending a bail-review hearing.
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By Doug Donovan and Doug Donovan,SUN STAFF | September 20, 2004
A Baltimore Circuit Court judge recently dismissed a lawsuit that had called for more than a dozen high-ranking city government officials to be removed from their jobs because they do not live or vote in the city. Judge Joseph H.H. Kaplan found no merit to a lawsuit brought by Frank M. Conaway, the Baltimore mayoral candidate and Circuit Court clerk. City Solicitor Ralph S. Tyler said Kaplan dismissed the lawsuit Friday and ordered Conaway to pay the city's court costs. "We said from the beginning that there was no merit," Tyler said.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Sun Staff Writer | March 7, 1995
George A. Conaway's business is going to the dogs and he wouldn't have it any other way.The owner of Von Conaway K-9 Services makes house calls, often to frantic pet owners, desperately seeking respite from an errant dog that is destroying the house and disrupting family harmony.When Nancy Grote willingly gave a lost and large mixed-breed puppy a home, she didn't count on months of unruly behavior."I couldn't control him," she said. "He was not housebroken and was so rambunctious."Von Conaway K-9 Services of Eldersburg rescued Malibu and the Grote family with an in-home puppy management course.
SPORTS
By Special to The Sun | May 6, 1991
MIDDLEBURG, Va. -- Two Maryland families went home with trophies from yesterday's Bull Run Hunt point-to-point, the last of Virginia's spring steeplechase races.Rushwin, owned and trained by Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Pitts Jr. of Monkton and ridden by daughter Helen, won the rider opportunity flat race.Smart N' Fresh, owned and trained by Mrs. Pitts with Cluvin Ryan of Baltimore, won the first division of the maiden flats, and she also trained Softie Mal, third in the maiden hurdle.The Conaway family of Howard County had a good day, especially in the pony race.
NEWS
By Robert Timberg and Robert Timberg,Sun Staff Writer | February 8, 1994
Former state Del. Frank M. Conaway, a veteran West Baltimore politician who last held public office more than a decade ago, announced yesterday that he plans to seek the Democratic nomination for governor.Mr. Conaway becomes the only black in what is now a five-person Democratic field. He said he hopes to appeal to all Maryland voters, but pegged his chances for victory to persuading a majority of blacks to support him."Obviously, I'm going to get some white voters, but most are going to come from the Afro-American community," he said in a telephone interview.
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