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By Jack W. Germond and Jules Witcover | October 9, 2000
DANVILLE, Ky. -- Forty years ago, when John F. Kennedy and Richard M. Nixon squared off in the first presidential debates, there apparently was little or no thought given to having their running mates, Lyndon B. Johnson and Henry Cabot Lodge, debate as well. It was not until 16 years later that Jimmy Carter's vice-presidential nominee, Walter Mondale, took on Gerald Ford's No. 2, Bob Dole, in the first televised matchup of the two second bananas. Four years after that, Mr. Mondale and Republican vice-presidential nominee George Bush never debated.
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By Maura Dolan and Maura Dolan,Los Angeles Times | January 25, 2009
DANVILLE, Calif. - Thousands filled the Town Green here yesterday to honor their hometown hero, US Airways pilot Capt. Chesley B. "Sully" Sullenberger III, whose emergency landing in an icy river last week was credited with saving the lives of all 155 people on board. In a bunting-and-flag-filled demonstration of civic pride, Danville Mayor Newell Arnerich presented Sullenberger with a key to the town, an upscale, family-oriented San Francisco Bay Area suburb known for its good schools, low crime rate and expensive real estate.
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November 10, 2006
On November 4, 2006, PAULINE PRICE (nee Walker) beloved wife of the late Leonard L. Price, mother of Thomas L. Price, loving grandmother of Debra L. Hollenshade and her husband Timothy, cherished great-grandmother of Timothy, Jr., Kelly and Chad Hollenshade. Also survived by two sisters in Danville, VA. A graveside service was held at the Mountain View Cemetery, Danville, VA, on Tuesday, November 7 at 1 P.M. In lieu of flowers, the family request contributions be made to the Chapel Renovations at Calvert Hall College, 8102 LaSalle Road, Towson, MD, 21286.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN REPORTER | May 21, 2008
Sgt. Marian L. Crawford, a pioneering African-American Baltimore policewoman who later rose to head the department's Officer Friendly program, died of Alzheimer's disease Friday at the Augsburg Lutheran Home and Village. She was 78.Marian Louise Wilson was born in Danville, Va., the daughter of a Southern Railway brakeman and a homemaker. After graduating from John M.
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September 5, 1998
Results, scheduleYesterdayTRIPLE-A INTERNATIONAL LEAGUERochester 9, Buffalo 2DOUBLE-A EASTERN LEAGUEBowie 5, Reading 4SINGLE-A CAROLINA LEAGUEDanville at FrederickSINGLE-A SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE PLAYOFFSCapital City at HagerstownTodayTRIPLE-A INTERNATIONAL LEAGUERochester at Buffalo, 7: 15 p.m.DOUBLE-A EASTERN LEAGUEBowie at Reading, 7: 05 p.m.SINGLE-A CAROLINA LEAGUEDanville at Frederick, 6: 35 p.m.SINGLE-A SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE PLAYOFFSCapital City at...
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 24, 2005
DANVILLE, Ill. - Cecil Community College of North East fell, 66-64, to Brown Mackie College of Salina, Kan., last night in the first round of the National Junior College Athletic Association's Men's Division II basketball tournament at Danville Area Community College. Cecil had a chance to tie the game on Adam Gonzalez's last-second shot, which missed. Craig Winder was high scorer for Cecil with 18 points, and Aaron Wyatt scored 15. Chris Wehye was the team's top rebounder with eight.
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March 12, 2006
On January 15, 2006, in Danville, CA, Marie V. Giza (nee Andrychowski), age 94, formerly of Baltimore, MD. She was preceded in death by her husband, John Joseph and is survived by daughter Theresa Potts of Forest Hill, son John, Jr. of Abingdon and daughter Bernadette Ray of Danville, CA. Also survived by seven grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. A memorial mass will be celebrated at St. Ignatius Roman Catholic Church, 533 E. Jarrettsville Road, Hickory, MD at 12 noon on Monday, March 20.
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May 17, 2003
On Wednesday, May 14, 2003 ARDYEE NADINE JACKSON MOORE, age 89. Mrs. Moore was a native of Danville, VA. She was preceded in death by her parents Walter and Mina Cobb Jackson, her husband Cephas H. Moore and a daughter Martha G. Rimmer. Mrs. Moore is survived by two sons William W. Gammon and his wife Dr. Adele Gammon of Towson, MD, Walton Moore and his wife P of Tampa, FL, two daughters Gail G. Graham and her husband Bill of Hopewell, VA, Nancy M. Wilson and her husband Dick of Washington, DC, twelve grandchildren, thirteen great grandchildren, a sister Beulah V. Jackson of Hopewell, VA and numerous nieces and nephews.
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May 15, 2005
On May 13, 2005, REV. DR. S. FELTON CARTER, age 80, of Danville, Va. Dr. Carter had lived in Virginia, Tennessee, Ohio and Maryland while serving as a baptist minister for over 55 years. He retired from the Temple Baptist Church in Baltimore, MD after 19 years of service. He is survived by his wife of 55 years Gertrude Moore Carter, his sons, T. Wayne Carter and his wife Darlene of Baltimore, MD and Timothy F. Carter and his wife Michele of Baltimore, MD, a daughter, Jean C. Randolph and her husband Robert of Swannanoa, NC; brothers, Charles E. Carter of Elon College, NC and Alvis Ray Carter of Brown Summit, NC. Also survived by his grandchildren Matthew Carter, Daniel Carter, Elizabeth Carter, Abigail Carter, Rebecca Carter, Steven Loughry and Shelbi Carter and step-grandchildren Jeanine Brainer, Laurie Randolph and Anna Randolph.
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By Bill Free | March 18, 2004
High-scoring guard Dawud Drew and his CCBC-Dundalk basketball teammates will attempt to continue an improbable run in the National Junior College Athletic Association Division II men's national championships today in Danville, Ill. Drew, the nation's leading NJCAA Division II scorer with a 30.8 average, and the Lions (16-14) will meet Kirkwood Community College of Iowa (24-7) in the quarterfinals at 2 p.m. at Danville Area CC. Drew also tops all NJCAA Division II players in steals (6.1 average)
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By Edward Wanambwa and Edward Wanambwa,Special to The Sun | December 3, 2006
As another golf season comes to a close and cooler temperatures approach, many golfers are faced with the decision of whether to hang up their clubs until spring. But for most avid golfers, the thought of not hitting the links for the entire winter is unacceptable. Mike Golder, 38, of Annapolis, manages to hit the greens even when the temperatures dip. He goes to Goodyear Golf Club in Danville, Va., where the winter temperatures are warmer than in the Baltimore area. Golder doesn't mind the almost six-hour drive to the course because he's also from the area, which is southwest of Richmond.
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November 10, 2006
On November 4, 2006, PAULINE PRICE (nee Walker) beloved wife of the late Leonard L. Price, mother of Thomas L. Price, loving grandmother of Debra L. Hollenshade and her husband Timothy, cherished great-grandmother of Timothy, Jr., Kelly and Chad Hollenshade. Also survived by two sisters in Danville, VA. A graveside service was held at the Mountain View Cemetery, Danville, VA, on Tuesday, November 7 at 1 P.M. In lieu of flowers, the family request contributions be made to the Chapel Renovations at Calvert Hall College, 8102 LaSalle Road, Towson, MD, 21286.
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March 12, 2006
On January 15, 2006, in Danville, CA, Marie V. Giza (nee Andrychowski), age 94, formerly of Baltimore, MD. She was preceded in death by her husband, John Joseph and is survived by daughter Theresa Potts of Forest Hill, son John, Jr. of Abingdon and daughter Bernadette Ray of Danville, CA. Also survived by seven grandchildren and 11 great-grandchildren. A memorial mass will be celebrated at St. Ignatius Roman Catholic Church, 533 E. Jarrettsville Road, Hickory, MD at 12 noon on Monday, March 20.
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May 15, 2005
On May 13, 2005, REV. DR. S. FELTON CARTER, age 80, of Danville, Va. Dr. Carter had lived in Virginia, Tennessee, Ohio and Maryland while serving as a baptist minister for over 55 years. He retired from the Temple Baptist Church in Baltimore, MD after 19 years of service. He is survived by his wife of 55 years Gertrude Moore Carter, his sons, T. Wayne Carter and his wife Darlene of Baltimore, MD and Timothy F. Carter and his wife Michele of Baltimore, MD, a daughter, Jean C. Randolph and her husband Robert of Swannanoa, NC; brothers, Charles E. Carter of Elon College, NC and Alvis Ray Carter of Brown Summit, NC. Also survived by his grandchildren Matthew Carter, Daniel Carter, Elizabeth Carter, Abigail Carter, Rebecca Carter, Steven Loughry and Shelbi Carter and step-grandchildren Jeanine Brainer, Laurie Randolph and Anna Randolph.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 24, 2005
DANVILLE, Ill. - Cecil Community College of North East fell, 66-64, to Brown Mackie College of Salina, Kan., last night in the first round of the National Junior College Athletic Association's Men's Division II basketball tournament at Danville Area Community College. Cecil had a chance to tie the game on Adam Gonzalez's last-second shot, which missed. Craig Winder was high scorer for Cecil with 18 points, and Aaron Wyatt scored 15. Chris Wehye was the team's top rebounder with eight.
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By Bill Free | March 18, 2004
High-scoring guard Dawud Drew and his CCBC-Dundalk basketball teammates will attempt to continue an improbable run in the National Junior College Athletic Association Division II men's national championships today in Danville, Ill. Drew, the nation's leading NJCAA Division II scorer with a 30.8 average, and the Lions (16-14) will meet Kirkwood Community College of Iowa (24-7) in the quarterfinals at 2 p.m. at Danville Area CC. Drew also tops all NJCAA Division II players in steals (6.1 average)
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By Richard Irwin and Robert Hilson Jr. and Richard Irwin and Robert Hilson Jr.,Staff Writers | October 6, 1992
A city firefighter was one of three men arrested early today on cocaine distribution charges following an investigation that resulted in the seizure of more than $250,000 of the drug.The three were arrested when search and seizure warrants were executed at four locations about 2 a.m.The firefighter was identified as Gerard Cifarelli, 25, who lives in Shrewsbury, Pa. He is assigned to the Rescue 1 unit at the Steadman House on South Howard Street. He was arrested at a house in the 6600 block of Danville Ave.Also arrested were Carroll Galinus, 49 of the 6600 block of Danville Ave., and James Ray Rodgers, 51 of the 1400 block of Broening Highway.
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June 12, 2002
Dorothy V. Robinson, a homemaker who had been active in Immaculate Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church in Baynesville, died of cancer Saturday at a nursing home in Danville, Pa. She was 80. A longtime Towson resident, Mrs. Robinson had lived in Danville since 1993. Born and raised in Pennsylvania, Dorothy Vargo moved to the Baltimore area to work as a secretary at Fort Meade during World War II. In 1949, she married William Robinson. He died in 1990. Mrs. Robinson worked as a telephone dispatcher for Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. of Maryland until 1953, when she left to raise her family.
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May 17, 2003
On Wednesday, May 14, 2003 ARDYEE NADINE JACKSON MOORE, age 89. Mrs. Moore was a native of Danville, VA. She was preceded in death by her parents Walter and Mina Cobb Jackson, her husband Cephas H. Moore and a daughter Martha G. Rimmer. Mrs. Moore is survived by two sons William W. Gammon and his wife Dr. Adele Gammon of Towson, MD, Walton Moore and his wife P of Tampa, FL, two daughters Gail G. Graham and her husband Bill of Hopewell, VA, Nancy M. Wilson and her husband Dick of Washington, DC, twelve grandchildren, thirteen great grandchildren, a sister Beulah V. Jackson of Hopewell, VA and numerous nieces and nephews.
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June 12, 2002
Dorothy V. Robinson, a homemaker who had been active in Immaculate Heart of Mary Roman Catholic Church in Baynesville, died of cancer Saturday at a nursing home in Danville, Pa. She was 80. A longtime Towson resident, Mrs. Robinson had lived in Danville since 1993. Born and raised in Pennsylvania, Dorothy Vargo moved to the Baltimore area to work as a secretary at Fort Meade during World War II. In 1949, she married William Robinson. He died in 1990. Mrs. Robinson worked as a telephone dispatcher for Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. of Maryland until 1953, when she left to raise her family.
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