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NEWS
October 16, 2004
On October 14, 2004 LEONARD F. LEYH, age 77, of Conowingo, MD, beloved husband of Virginia Kromm Leyh of Conowingo, MD,; devoted father of Kathleen Leyh of Cockeysville, MD, Patricia Betz of Kalamazoo, MI, Joanne Leyh of Conowingo, MD, Laura Korderas of Farmingdale, NY, Karl Leyh of Atlanta, GA and Beverly Parent of Rising Sun, MD. He is also survived by 12 grandchildren, one great grandchild. Loving brother of the late John Leyh. He served in the U.S. Navy (Seabee) World War II. He retired from Central Atlantic, Aberdeen, MD where he was employed as a diesel mechanic.
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NEWS
January 14, 2006
ALICE CECILDALLAM, age 87 of 1625 Conowingo Rd., Rising Sun, MD died on Thursday, January 12, 2006. Mrs. Dallam, daughter of Wiley M. and Annie Early Cecil, was born in Colora, MD on October 13, 1918. She was a 1936 graduate of Rising Sun High School and was a life long resident of Cecil County. Following the death of her husband Charles Lee Dallam in 1966, Mrs. Dallam served as Committing Magistrate for Cecil County from 1966 to 1971, and owned and operated The Conowingo Dairy bar at Conowingo until August 1985.
NEWS
October 5, 2006
Clinton L. Peterson, a computer technician and outdoorsman, died of cancer Friday at his Conowingo home. He was 37. Mr. Peterson was born in York, Pa., and raised in Lebanon, Pa. He was a 1990 graduate of DeVry Institute of Technology in Columbus, Ohio, earning an associate's degree in computer technology. He worked as a computer technician in Baltimore for Barrister Global Services Network Inc., and since 1999 had been on the staff at Towson University. He was a collector and restorer of tractors built by the Oliver Farm Equipment Corp.
NEWS
June 20, 2003
Mary Ann Regina Pontown, who taught special education students in Cecil County public schools for two decades, died of colon cancer Wednesday at her Conowingo home. She was 59. She was born and raised Mary Ann Regina Flanagan in Dover, N.J. After graduating from high school in 1961, she entered the Order of the Sisters of the Sorrowful Mother at their convent in Denville, N.J. She left the order in 1968 and married Robert W. Pontown, an engineering technician, a year later. The couple moved to Conowingo in 1980.
EXPLORE
By AEGIS STAFF REPORT | August 23, 2011
Three people were flown to trauma centers following a serious accident in the Forest Hill area of northern Harford County Monday afternoon. Police said Tuesday, however, that everyone who was injured is expected to survive. Around 2:58 p.m. Rachel Sue Reed, 39, of Conowingo, was driving a 1999 Chevy Cavalier east on Walters Mill Road, according to Maryland State Police with the Bel Air Barrack. The Chevy stopped before trying to cross Route 543 (Ady Road), but the driver didn't see a 2000 Honda Accord driven by Rebecca Skrocki, 20, of Bel Air, and was hit broadside by the Honda.
NEWS
July 8, 1991
Twenty years is a long time to wait for a fish to find its way back home, but that is what happened with the shad of the Susquehanna River. Dams on the river, which feeds the Chesapeake from a watershed reaching all the way to Binghamton, N.Y., blocked access to the migratory foodfish's spawning ground early in this century. The worst effects of that ++ were not seen until 1980, when a harvest 91 percent smaller than formerly recorded prompted a ban on shad fishing.Maryland and Pennsylvania authorities had been struggling to convince Philadelphia Electric Co., principal owner of the Conowingo Dam, and other utilities farther up the Susquehanna to provide ways for the shad and herring, another migratory foodfish, to get past their dams.
NEWS
June 26, 1994
Victim spots suspect a day after being robbedA Darlington man was being held in the detention center on $15,000 bond after being charged in a June 16 robbery. Allen Stansbury Holley Jr., 33, of the 2400 block of Conowingo Road was arrested June 17 after the victim saw him in a liquor store.Deputies said Arlen Fitch, 61, of Darlington was driving west on Castleton Road near Conowingo Road at 9:30 a.m. June 16 when a man walked onto the road and waved for her to stop. He got into her car, pointed a gun at her and demanded money.
NEWS
October 2, 1990
A Mass of Christian burial for Donald E. Wolf, a computer executive with Thiokol, the aerospace and weaponry company, will be offered at 10 a.m. today at the Roman Catholic Church of the Good Shepherd in Perryville.Mr. Wolf died Saturday at Harford Memorial Hospital after an apparent heart attack. He was 53.He moved to Conowingo from Parkville 17 years ago and was chief of information service for Thiokol's Elkton Division.Born in Baltimore, he was a 1955 graduate of the Polytechnic Institute and attended the Johns Hopkins University.
NEWS
September 20, 2002
Diane Hart Moore, a homemaker and hospital volunteer, died of cancer Sunday at her daughter's home in Copperas Cove, Texas. She was 55 and had lived in Conowingo for 24 years. Born in Baltimore and raised in Middle River, the former Diane Hart was a 1964 graduate of Overlea High School. She then joined the Navy and was stationed in Pensacola, Fla. She was a 20-year volunteer at the Perry Point Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Perryville, where she also was an employee in the canteen, beauty shop and gift shop.
SPORTS
By Gary Diamond and Gary Diamond,Contributing Writer | November 1, 1992
With winter just around the corner, most fishermen are thinking seriously about stowing their fishing tackle until next March, a time when Deer Creek will be stocked with another batch of rainbow trout.Unfortunately, those individuals likely will spend the winter shoveling snow, watching reruns of old football games and developing a severe case of cabin fever, a dreaded disease that only affects recreational fishermen during the dead of winter.Most are unaware that some of the best cool-weather fishing of the season is just beginning.
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