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December 16, 2008
On December 12, 2008, DARRYL. Friends may visit the family owned MARCH FUNERAL HOME EAST, 1101 E. North Avenue on Wednesday after 8:30 A.M where the family will receive friends on Thursday at 11:30 A.M. Funeral services will follow at 12 noon.
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By Mark Newgent | January 30, 2014
Yesterday the Maryland General Assembly honored a true Maryland hero: Darryl Hill, the first African-American to play football for the University of Maryland and integrate the Atlantic Coast Conference. Speaker Michael Busch rightly compared Hill to Jackie Robinson. I had the honor of interviewing Darryl Hill several years ago for graduate school research project on the integration of the Washington Redskins.  Hill, a native of Washington, D.C., integrated Maryland football and the ACC a year after NFL Hall of Fame running back Bobby Mitchell became the first African-American on the Redskins roster.
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February 19, 2006
On February 15, 2006, DARRYL D. CHANDLERFriends may call at the MARCHFUNERAL HOME WEST, INC., 4300 Wabash Avenue on Sunday after 2 P.M. where funeral services will be held Monday at 10 A.M.
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By Brandi Bottalico and Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | January 29, 2014
A Baltimore jury convicted two men on murder, extortion and false imprisonment charges Wednesday for abducting a man and taking his girlfriend's ransom money before killing him and dumping his body in the Patapsco River. Eric Pendergrass went missing in early 2009 and turned up dead soon after. The jury convicted Donta Vaughn, 37, and Darryl Nichols, 38, of the abduction plot after about a day of deliberation. Sherrell Ferguson, 32, who helped obtain the ransom payments, according to court records, pleaded guilty to first-degree murder earlier this month.
NEWS
November 29, 2006
On November 16, 2006 DARRYL JEROME ROBINSON. On Thursday, services will be held at Zion Baptist Church, 1700 N. Caroline Street, where the family will receive friends from 10:30-11:00 a.m. with services to follow. Inquiries to 410-566-5500.
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April 6, 2006
On April 2, 2006, DARRYL CEDRICJACKSON; devoted husband of Sheila D. Jackson. Friends may call at MARCHFUNERAL HOME WEST, INC., 4300 Wabash Avenue on Friday after 8:30 A.M., where the family will greet friends on Friday from 5 P.M. to 7 P.M. The family will receive friends on Saturday at 11:30 A.M. Funeral Services at 12 noon.
NEWS
June 24, 2007
On June 12, 2007, DARRYL NATHANIEL HARRISON, departed this life. He is survived by his wife Deborah; children, Edward Malik and Morganne Imani; daughter in-law, Shanee; grandsons, Malik and Mario; mother, Gloria Glenn; sister, Tonya Wilson; brother in-law, Martin Wilson; nephews, Joshua Nathaniel and Noah Matthew; niece, Anaya Nicole; aunt, Peaches Camphor and uncles, Chester Kay and James "Winky" Camphor. Darryl's spirit will also live on in the hearts of numerous other family and friends.
NEWS
By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | July 17, 2013
Tipped that Darryl Martin Anderson's year on the run had taken him to Birmingham, Ala., U.S. Marshals set up outside an apartment complex Wednesday morning and watched as his car and its Maryland plates backed into a parking space and an unknown man walked inside. Marshals could see people inside the apartment peeking out through the blinds at them as they prepared to rush in. A woman emerged and said Anderson wasn't inside. But within moments, the 25-year-old man Baltimore police had dubbed "Public Enemy No. 1" appeared with his hands up. After Anderson emerged, with his distinctive dreadlocks and forehead tattoos, police say they found a .40-caliber Glock and two bulletproof vests inside.
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By Justin Fenton and Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | July 16, 2013
As area police continue the manhunt for the twice-charged murder suspect they have dubbed "public enemy No. 1," Baltimore Police Commissioner Anthony W. Batts personally hit the streets over the weekend. Batts said that he and his executive protection officers went out looking for 25-year-old Darryl Anderson, "checking four to five places my guys researched" and some vacant homes where they thought he could be hiding. They searched without fanfare, but Batts confirmed the outing on Tuesday.
SPORTS
By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | March 8, 2013
SARASOTA, Fla. - Right around the time major league teams first began taking notice of a talented young outfielder playing at Crenshaw High in South Central Los Angeles, a harsh reality check came for Trayvon Robinson. The Orioles outfielder was in the 10th grade when his mailbox started to fill with questionnaires from big league clubs, inspiring hope in a place where young men are far more likely to become gang members than major league baseball players. Then, one day, shots rang out from outside his family's housing complex.
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Sports Digest | December 20, 2012
Youth sports Ex-Terp Darryl Hill starts Kids Play USA Darryl Hill , who in 1963 became the first black football player at Maryland and in the Atlantic Coast Conference, this week announced the formation of his nonprofit organization, Kids Play USA, which aims to eliminate economic discrimination in youth sports so that all children have an opportunity to play for any organized youth or school team. Kids Play USA looks to raise awareness of the importance and benefits of youth sports, and to make them more affordable and accessible to children of the less fortunate.
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | October 18, 2012
Police are searching for a suspect in the death of a Baltimore man who was found with multiple gunshot wounds in a vehicle parked outside a Parkville bar in July. Baltimore County detectives have an arrest warrant charging Darryl Martin Anderson in the fatal shooting of Derrick Gamble, 31, outside of Tee Bee's Bar on July 8. Police were called at about 2 a.m. to the Tee Bee's located at 7100 block of Darlington Drive. Gamble, of the 4900 block of Gunther Street in Baltimore, was pronounced dead at the scene.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | October 16, 2012
COLLEGE PARK - Darryl Hill didn't set out to make history. The Atlantic Coast Conference's first African-American football player said Tuesday that he was a "reluctant pioneer. " But as the former Maryland wide receiver's college career unfolded in the early 1960s, he and his family were victimized by racism. The more Hill was taunted by fans, the more he said he became invested in the cause. "When I started seeing … the horrors that were going on in the South, I got more and more motivated," said Hill, who was invited to campus Tuesday to mark the 50th anniversary of his arrival at the school in 1962.
SPORTS
By Matt Vensel and The Baltimore Sun | July 25, 2012
A day after head coach John Harbaugh told reporters the Ravens had multiple free agent outside linebackers in for workouts, on Wednesday the team signed veteran linebackers Ricky Brown and Darryl Blackstock, who both played for the Oakland Raiderslast season. Brown and Blackstock are expected to add competition and additional depth to the linebacker corps. Brown, 28, joined the Raiders as an undrafted free agent out of Boston College in 2006.  After five seasons with the Raiders, Brown signed with the New England Patriots last year but was cut after the preseason.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Dave Gilmore | July 9, 2012
Activision announced a   new   first - person   shooter based on AMC's hit show "The Walking Dead" to be released sometime next year. Telltale Games has done a fantastic job spinning off the show and comic book's universe into an episodic adventure game, so it only seems natural that someone would try their hand at the action-packed moments of the series. The game is based more on the show than the comic, and takes place before the events of the first season, focusing in on brothers Darryl and Merle Dixon.
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