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January 16, 2005
On Friday January 14, 2005 VIRGIL "Oz" CREEL, beloved husband of Lynn Creel (nee Greenblatt) beloved brother of John Creel of North Carolina, Sherry Wagoner of Belcamp, MD., Barbara Brewer of Florida and the late Francis Everett Clark, brother-in-law of Patricia Creel, Edward Daniel Wagoner, James Brewer, Ralph and Constance Greenblatt, Terry and Cindy Holinsky, Susan and James Schiller, beloved son of the late Virgil Sr., and Myrtle Creel, son-in-law of...
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By CANDUS THOMSON | March 13, 2005
HERE'S A LITTLE news to help push winter off the calendar. The state has relaxed its summer flounder regulations for this season to give both Chesapeake Bay and Atlantic Ocean anglers a chance for keepers. On Thursday afternoon, after considering the public's reactions to four size and creel options, Department of Natural Resources biologists decided to lower the minimum size for Chesapeake Bay keepers to 15 inches, with a creel limit of two fish. For ocean and coastal bays, the minimum size has been set at 15 1/2 inches, with a creel limit of four fish.
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By Bill Burton | April 26, 1991
A 10-bluefish-a-day creel limit will go into effect in Maryland Monday. The Department of Natural Resources said the new restrictions will be implemented in both the Chesapeake and its tributaries and at the Ocean City and Assateague area.Delaware, Virginia and many other states along the Atlantic Coast already have similar creel limits in effect. The new limit makes no distinction in sizes of individual fish.The limit applies to each licensed fisherman aboard any boat, or fishing from shore, docks and such.
NEWS
February 16, 2005
On February 14, 2005 SHIRLEY HOLINSKY (nee Schroeder); beloved wife of the late Hyman Holinsky; loving mother of Susan Schiller, Terry Holinsky, Lynn Creel and Ralph Greenblatt; dear mother-in-law of Jim Schiller, Cindy Holinsky and Constance Mc Quire and the late Virgil Creel; adored sister of the late Leona Goldberg and Cecelia Platt; loving grandmother of Rona Sindler, Sharon Harris, Ron and Sue Holinsky, Andrew, Rachel and Jennifer Holinsky, Molly...
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By Peter Baker and Peter Baker,Sun Staff Writer | April 19, 1994
Reports out of Wachapreague, Va., indicate the best flounder fishing in a decade, and certainly the upswing can be attributed at least in part to reduced recreational creel limits and increased minimum size limits over the past few years.Starting May 1, Maryland and Virginia will reduce creel limits even further under regulations that will be equal in both states."We have finally got our acts together," Frances McFaden of Maryland's Department of Natural Resources said yesterday. "In either state, in bay waters or coastal waters, the limits will be the same."
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By Peter Baker and Peter Baker,SUN STAFF | December 31, 1998
Later this month, Maryland will ask approval from the Atlantic States Marine Fisheries Commission for expanded rockfish seasons and changes in creel limits."
NEWS
December 21, 1995
In some editions Tuesday, the new position of George C. Creel at Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. was reported incorrectly. He will be acting chief operating officer.The Sun regrets the error.
NEWS
June 19, 1999
Officials determined yesterday that the body of a woman found in the Susquehanna River in Harford County this week is that of Brenda Ann Creel, 38.A spokeswoman for the Department of Natural Resources said Creel, who lived in the 900 block of Rosedale Ave. in Glen Burnie, was identified by her dental records. Officials are investigating the cause of death.Two fishermen discovered the body about 10 a.m. Monday about a mile downstream from the mouth of Broad Creek. Officials pulled the body from the water at 10: 32 a.m.It is not known how long the body had been in the water.
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By Julie Bykowicz and Julie Bykowicz,SUN STAFF | February 7, 2003
In the nearly five months since a young Russian woman walking to work early one morning was dragged into the Severn woods and raped, Anne Arundel County police detectives have seen their handful of leads in the case fizzle. Now, detectives in the Anne Arundel County Police Department's sex-crimes unit are pleading for the public's help in what they say is the county's only open rape case involving an attack by a stranger. "It's one of the most violent cases I've ever seen," said Detective Victor Creel, who is investigating the Sept.
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By Julie Bykowicz and Julie Bykowicz,SUN STAFF | February 7, 2003
In the nearly five months since a young Russian woman walking to work early one morning was dragged into the Severn woods and raped, Anne Arundel County police detectives have seen their handful of leads in the case fizzle. Now, detectives in the Anne Arundel County Police Department's sex-crimes unit are pleading for the public's help in what they say is the county's only open rape case involving an attack by a stranger. "It's one of the most violent cases I've ever seen," said Detective Victor Creel, who is investigating the Sept.
NEWS
January 16, 2005
On Friday January 14, 2005 VIRGIL "Oz" CREEL, beloved husband of Lynn Creel (nee Greenblatt) beloved brother of John Creel of North Carolina, Sherry Wagoner of Belcamp, MD., Barbara Brewer of Florida and the late Francis Everett Clark, brother-in-law of Patricia Creel, Edward Daniel Wagoner, James Brewer, Ralph and Constance Greenblatt, Terry and Cindy Holinsky, Susan and James Schiller, beloved son of the late Virgil Sr., and Myrtle Creel, son-in-law of...
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By CANDUS THOMSON | January 25, 2004
Here we go again. It's time to play that popular angler game show, "How Big is My Flounder?" That's right, officials at the Department of Natural Resources are asking folks in the studio audience what they'd like in a summer flounder season this year. Behind Door No. 1 is a 16.5-inch minimum size, eight-fish-per-person daily creel limit, with no closed season. Behind Door No. 2 is a 16-inch minimum size, three-fish daily creel, with no closed season. Behind Door No. 3 is a 15.5-inch minimum size, two-fish daily creel, with no closed season.
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By Julie Bykowicz and Julie Bykowicz,SUN STAFF | February 7, 2003
In the nearly five months since a young Russian woman walking to work early one morning was dragged into the Severn woods and raped, Anne Arundel County police detectives have seen their handful of leads in the case fizzle. Now, detectives in the Anne Arundel County Police Department's sex-crimes unit are pleading for the public's help in what they say is the county's only open rape case involving an attack by a stranger. "It's one of the most violent cases I've ever seen," said Detective Victor Creel, who is investigating the Sept.
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By Julie Bykowicz and Julie Bykowicz,SUN STAFF | February 7, 2003
In the nearly five months since a young Russian woman walking to work early one morning was dragged into the Severn woods and raped, Anne Arundel County police detectives have seen their handful of leads in the case fizzle. Now, detectives in the Anne Arundel County Police Department's sex-crimes unit are pleading for the public's help in what they say is the county's only open rape case involving an attack by a stranger. "It's one of the most violent cases I've ever seen," said Detective Victor Creel, who is investigating the Sept.
SPORTS
By Candus Thomson and Candus Thomson,SUN STAFF | July 26, 2002
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - The "Bass Boss" is back at the event he founded, and now he's looking to return to television with a new weekly show. Ray Scott hopes to find a network - perhaps ESPN or Outdoor Life - to air Eagles of Angling, a bass competition that permits only 4-pound test and doesn't allow anglers to use nets to boat their fish. The 13-week show would pit two teams of two anglers against each other for a day of fishing, with the winner moving on to the next round. "I'm more convinced of this concept than I was when I started BASS," said Scott, who founded BASS in 1968 and sold it to his deputy and an Alabama investment firm in 1986.
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By Dan Rodricks and Dan Rodricks,SUN COLUMNIST | June 17, 2001
I can hear him now: "All that for that?" I can pretty much see him, too, in his khaki trousers and white T-shirt, over in the small clearing by the honeysuckle thicket on the little river I love. My father is watching me fish in the way I have chosen to fish in the years since his death: With a fly rod and tiny lures fashioned of feathers to look like the bugs that finicky trout eat. I can hear him now, as I stand knee-deep in the river and extend a small, delicate net for a trout that's all green, yellow and white with brown spots, about 10 inches of God's glory.
SPORTS
January 5, 1994
Maryland's Department of Natural Resources will hold a public meeting on proposed regulations for the spring trophy rockfish season tomorrow at 6 p.m. in Annapolis.The primary changes for the season, which runs the month of May, would be a reduction in minimum size limit from 36 inches to 34 inches and a creel limit of one fish per person per day. Last year, the creel limit was one per person per season.The season will have a catch limit of 5,000 rockfish. Last year, the cap was 3,000.The meeting will be held in the lower conference room of the state Department of Agriculture headquarters building on Harry S. Truman Parkway.
NEWS
February 16, 2005
On February 14, 2005 SHIRLEY HOLINSKY (nee Schroeder); beloved wife of the late Hyman Holinsky; loving mother of Susan Schiller, Terry Holinsky, Lynn Creel and Ralph Greenblatt; dear mother-in-law of Jim Schiller, Cindy Holinsky and Constance Mc Quire and the late Virgil Creel; adored sister of the late Leona Goldberg and Cecelia Platt; loving grandmother of Rona Sindler, Sharon Harris, Ron and Sue Holinsky, Andrew, Rachel and Jennifer Holinsky, Molly...
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | March 2, 2000
Two men who allegedly tried to sell weapons in a Brooklyn Park neighborhood from the back of a rental truck were in custody yesterday, arrested after police found a small cache of stolen rifles and shotguns in the vehicle, county authorities reported. The men -- identified as Wayne Timothy Clark, 44, of the 200 block of Hillside Terrace in Brooklyn Park, and Gary Michael Lam, 22, whose address was unknown -- were arrested in the neighborhood Monday night after police received an anonymous tip about about a suspicious vehicle, Northern District Officer Victor Creel said.
SPORTS
By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | November 14, 1999
It all sounds so inviting.Seattle Mariners superstar Ken Griffey is available.So is Toronto Blue Jays slugger Carlos Delgado.Either one would look nice in an Orioles uniform, but there is no reason to get your hopes up, at least not this winter. The Orioles aren't a serious candidate to acquire either one, and for one good reason.Sidney Ponson.That's the first name that comes up every time a team considers the Orioles as a possible trade partner. The promising young right-hander is popular in war rooms all over the major leagues.
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