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July 5, 2009
On June 27, 2009, JOHN EDWARD CROWELL. On Tuesday, friends may call Vaughn C. Greene Funeral Services (EAST), 4905 York Road, where the family will receive friends from 4:00-8:00 P.M. On Wednesday, services will be held at United Baptist Church, 1615 E. Eager Street, where the family will receive friends from 10:30-11:00 A.M. with services to follow. Inquiries to 410-433-7500.
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NEWS
July 5, 2009
On June 27, 2009, JOHN EDWARD CROWELL. On Tuesday, friends may call Vaughn C. Greene Funeral Services (EAST), 4905 York Road, where the family will receive friends from 4:00-8:00 P.M. On Wednesday, services will be held at United Baptist Church, 1615 E. Eager Street, where the family will receive friends from 10:30-11:00 A.M. with services to follow. Inquiries to 410-433-7500.
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By LAURA LIPPMAN and LAURA LIPPMAN,SUN STAFF | March 2, 1997
"Necessary Madness," by Jenn Crowell, G.P. Putnam's Sons, 208 pages, $21.95At first, I tried to will myself into forgetting that that author of "Necessary Madness" was 17 when her manuscript was accepted for publication. I wanted to have the experience her editor purportedly had, of reading the book and discovering the author's tender age after the fact.Then I realized that Putnam has no intention of letting anyone read this novel in such blissful ignorance. The galley arrives with a note on the cover from the CEO, Phyllis E. Grann ("It is a smart, touching love story by a gifted young writer ... a very young writer.
NEWS
By Laura Smitherman and Laura Smitherman,Sun reporter | May 27, 2008
One fact struck many of the three dozen women holding long white candles as they gathered at the mouth of an alleyway in East Baltimore last night: Few men had joined their ranks. They said they weren't surprised, but they had had enough. They gathered in the Darley Park neighborhood to hold a vigil in memory of Ronald Crowell, 22, who was killed in an early-morning shooting Saturday. The matriarchs of his family said that out of five generations, six men are living. The rest are dead, many through violence.
SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | May 24, 1997
There was little the North Carroll Panthers could do last night at Randazzo Park. They were up against perfection.McDonough junior pitcher Clarisa Crowell, with an untouchable, rising fastball, retired all 21 North Carroll batters she faced to lead the Charles County team to a 4-0 win and its third straight Class 3A state title.Crowell, a right-hander, became the fifth pitcher to throw a perfect game in a Maryland state final. Jenny Parsons, of Glen Burnie, was the first to accomplish the feat in 1989.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 12, 2004
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Even if they had never played another lick, the Cherry Bombs would have left quite a legacy. More than 20 years ago, a young Rodney Crowell, Vince Gill and a group of their buddies played clubs up and down the California coast, catching the attention of such pop stars as Linda Ronstadt and Glenn Frey and cutting now-classic alt-country records. The group had spun off from Emmylou Harris' Hot Band as a vehicle for Crowell's solo work. In the studio it backed Crowell, his then-wife Rosanne Cash, Guy Clark, Bobby Bare and others.
FEATURES
By Researched by Andrea Wilson and Researched by Andrea Wilson,SUN STAFF | February 16, 1997
Stories flow from Jenn Crowell. Tales about 9-year-olds. Divorce. Horses. Road trips. British artists. At 4, she made up stories and asked her grandparents to write them down. In grade school, she wrote them herself and begged people to read her creations. In junior high, she refined them, sent them off to contests, then scribbled more. In the car. While eating. On the beach. During class.By the time she was 17, she'd written a novel about a 30-year-old woman whose husband dies. Then, as always, she asked someone to read what she wrote.
NEWS
By Hanah Cho and Hanah Cho,SUN STAFF | March 19, 2004
A Carroll County judge has dropped charges of racial or religious harassment against a McDaniel College student who is accused of being involved in a campus brawl with racial overtones. Nicholaos G. Alevrogiannis, 23, of Westminster, a fifth-year student and a former standout football player at McDaniel, still faces two counts of second-degree assault. He is scheduled for trial Monday. In a decision Wednesday, Circuit Court Judge Raymond E. Beck Sr. wrote that the word "harass" was unconstitutionally vague in that the state did not spell out the defendant's alleged intent in the charging documents.
NEWS
April 2, 2006
DON E. MARIETTA Jr., passed away on March 30, 2006. He was born in Montgomery, AL, on November 1, 1926 to Don E. Marietta Sr., and Emma Shores. He spent a greater part of his childhood in North Florida and Southern Alabama. He attended Birmingham Southern College and received his Ph D at Vanderbilt University. For 12 years he served as an Episcopal Priest prior to becoming a full time philosophy professor at Florida Atlantic University in Boco Raton, FL. He spent the last 15 years of his 33 year career as the Distinguished Professor of Ethics.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | November 27, 2003
A second McDaniel College student was arrested yesterday on assault charges in an on-campus brawl with racial overtones that occurred this month, Westminster police said. Westminster police said they enlisted the help of Montgomery County police officers, who arrested Thomas E. "Scoots" Crowell, 23, at his parents' house on the 20200 block of New Hampshire Ave. in Brinklow. Crowell was charged with second-degree assault and reckless endangerment, police said. Crowell, who is white, was named in charging documents as one of several men who attacked Stuart Johnson, who is black and a 19-year-old sophomore at McDaniel College, on Nov. 6. The fight began as an exchange filled with racial slurs on a chartered bus returning from a Baltimore nightclub, but on campus, it escalated into a fistfight, the documents stated.
NEWS
April 2, 2006
DON E. MARIETTA Jr., passed away on March 30, 2006. He was born in Montgomery, AL, on November 1, 1926 to Don E. Marietta Sr., and Emma Shores. He spent a greater part of his childhood in North Florida and Southern Alabama. He attended Birmingham Southern College and received his Ph D at Vanderbilt University. For 12 years he served as an Episcopal Priest prior to becoming a full time philosophy professor at Florida Atlantic University in Boco Raton, FL. He spent the last 15 years of his 33 year career as the Distinguished Professor of Ethics.
NEWS
November 28, 2004
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ENTERTAINMENT
August 12, 2004
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Even if they had never played another lick, the Cherry Bombs would have left quite a legacy. More than 20 years ago, a young Rodney Crowell, Vince Gill and a group of their buddies played clubs up and down the California coast, catching the attention of such pop stars as Linda Ronstadt and Glenn Frey and cutting now-classic alt-country records. The group had spun off from Emmylou Harris' Hot Band as a vehicle for Crowell's solo work. In the studio it backed Crowell, his then-wife Rosanne Cash, Guy Clark, Bobby Bare and others.
NEWS
April 22, 2004
McDaniel student's assault case put on inactive status The case of a second McDaniel College student accused of assaulting two sophomores in a campus brawl has been placed on an inactive status, meaning that charges can be dismissed if the student is not accused of committing additional crimes in a set period of time - usually three years. Thomas E. "Scoots" Crowell, 23, of the 20200 block of New Hampshire Ave. in Brinklow, Montgomery County, was arrested in November and charged with second-degree assault and reckless endangerment.
NEWS
By Hanah Cho and Hanah Cho,SUN STAFF | March 19, 2004
A Carroll County judge has dropped charges of racial or religious harassment against a McDaniel College student who is accused of being involved in a campus brawl with racial overtones. Nicholaos G. Alevrogiannis, 23, of Westminster, a fifth-year student and a former standout football player at McDaniel, still faces two counts of second-degree assault. He is scheduled for trial Monday. In a decision Wednesday, Circuit Court Judge Raymond E. Beck Sr. wrote that the word "harass" was unconstitutionally vague in that the state did not spell out the defendant's alleged intent in the charging documents.
NEWS
By Hanah Cho and Hanah Cho,SUN STAFF | March 19, 2004
A Carroll County judge has dropped charges of racial or religious harassment against a McDaniel College student who is accused of being involved in a campus brawl with racial overtones. Nicholaos G. Alevrogiannis, 23, of Westminster, a fifth-year student and a former standout football player at McDaniel, still faces two counts of second-degree assault. He is scheduled for trial Monday. In a decision Wednesday, Circuit Court Judge Raymond E. Beck Sr. wrote that the word "harass" was unconstitutionally vague in that the state did not spell out the defendant's alleged intent in the charging documents.
NEWS
By Athima Chansanchai and Athima Chansanchai,SUN STAFF | March 4, 2004
Two McDaniel College students who were involved in a campus brawl with racial overtones asked a Carroll County Circuit Court judge yesterday for separate trials, with one student saying that the inflammatory nature of the slurs that precipitated the event would reflect unfairly on him. Defense attorney Paul Kemp told Judge Raymond E. Beck Sr. that there was no evidence that his client, Thomas E. "Scoots" Crowell, 24, of Brinklow in Montgomery County, uttered...
NEWS
By Hanah Cho and Hanah Cho,SUN STAFF | March 19, 2004
A Carroll County judge has dropped charges of racial or religious harassment against a McDaniel College student who is accused of being involved in a campus brawl with racial overtones. Nicholaos G. Alevrogiannis, 23, of Westminster, a fifth-year student and a former standout football player at McDaniel, still faces two counts of second-degree assault. He is scheduled for trial Monday. In a decision Wednesday, Circuit Court Judge Raymond E. Beck Sr. wrote that the word "harass" was unconstitutionally vague in that the state did not spell out the defendant's alleged intent in the charging documents.
NEWS
By Athima Chansanchai and Athima Chansanchai,SUN STAFF | March 4, 2004
Two McDaniel College students who were involved in a campus brawl with racial overtones asked a Carroll County Circuit Court judge yesterday for separate trials, with one student saying that the inflammatory nature of the slurs that precipitated the event would reflect unfairly on him. Defense attorney Paul Kemp told Judge Raymond E. Beck Sr. that there was no evidence that his client, Thomas E. "Scoots" Crowell, 24, of Brinklow in Montgomery County, uttered...
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | November 27, 2003
A second McDaniel College student was arrested yesterday on assault charges in an on-campus brawl with racial overtones that occurred this month, Westminster police said. Westminster police said they enlisted the help of Montgomery County police officers, who arrested Thomas E. "Scoots" Crowell, 23, at his parents' house on the 20200 block of New Hampshire Ave. in Brinklow. Crowell was charged with second-degree assault and reckless endangerment, police said. Crowell, who is white, was named in charging documents as one of several men who attacked Stuart Johnson, who is black and a 19-year-old sophomore at McDaniel College, on Nov. 6. The fight began as an exchange filled with racial slurs on a chartered bus returning from a Baltimore nightclub, but on campus, it escalated into a fistfight, the documents stated.
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