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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 27, 1998
Greg DeBoy had two hits and drove in three runs as No. 2-ranked Calvert Hall defeated No. 20 John Carroll, 8-2, yesterday in a Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference game.DeBoy's two-run home run in the sixth tied the game at 2-2 and his RBI triple was a part of the visiting Cardinals' (3-0) six-run seventh. Michael Wineke's triple was another key blow in Calvert Hall's last at-bat.Brent Gossman pitched the final three innings and allowed one hit to get the win in relief.
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By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | June 14, 2012
Paul DeBoy may have a genetic inclination toward the stage. The Baltimore-born actor, starring in the national touring production of the perennially popular musical "Mamma Mia" that hits the Hippodrome this weekend, first revealed the tendency during his early years growing up in Woodlawn. "My brother used to write plays that I performed in the backyard," said DeBoy, 56. "They were basically rip-offs of 'The Dick Van Dyke Show.' We did them during muscular dystrophy [fundraising]
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By Gady A. Epstein and Gady A. Epstein,SUN STAFF | October 20, 1998
A former Baltimore County police officer who was disciplined for an incident that allegedly involved harassing a female job applicant was hired by the Howard County Police Department last year to interview prospective employees.The then-police chief, James N. Robey, now Democratic candidate for Howard County executive, said he didn't know the background of Steven J. DeBoy Sr. before he was given a contract to conduct background investigations last fall. But he said others knew of the 1989 incident and decided it did not disqualify him."
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By Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun | November 25, 2011
Crabs for Christmas? Yes, please. For three decades, David DeBoy has been singing his sad tale of an expatriate Baltimorean stuck in Houston on Christmas Eve, sadly lamenting to Santa that the only present he really wants is a big bucket of steamed crustaceans. That's a sentiment any local resident should be able to appreciate, and it's made the singer-songwriter responsible for "Crabs for Christmas" something of a hometown hero. "I'm just so incredibly touched that people like it as much as they do, that they sing it as much as they do," says DeBoy, who is celebrating the song's 30th anniversary with a new CD featuring his signature song and an 12 similarly Baltimore-centric tunes.
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By Gady A. Epstein and Gady A. Epstein,SUN STAFF | October 20, 1998
A former Baltimore County police officer who was disciplined for an incident that allegedly involved harassing a female job applicant was hired by the Howard County Police Department last year to interview prospective employees.The then-police chief, James N. Robey, now Democratic candidate for Howard County executive, said he didn't know the background of Steven J. DeBoy Sr. before he was given a contract to conduct background investigations last fall. But he said others knew of the 1989 incident and decided it did not disqualify him."
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By Gady A. Epstein and Gady A. Epstein,SUN STAFF | October 20, 1998
A former Baltimore County police officer who was disciplined for an incident that allegedly involved harassing a female job applicant was hired by the Howard County Police Department last year to interview prospective employees.The then-police chief, James N. Robey, now Democratic candidate for Howard County executive, said he didn't know the background of Steven J. DeBoy Sr. before he was given a contract to conduct background investigations last fall. But he said others knew of the 1989 incident and decided it did not disqualify him."
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | August 29, 2002
The race for the 12th District House of Delegates seats heated up this week when a Democratic challenger said voters should be aware that a rival candidate who is a retired Baltimore County police officer was disciplined for harassing a female job applicant in 1989. Craig Ring said that Steven J. DeBoy Sr. was transferred out of the Police Department's Employment/Affirmative Action Division and placed in the uniform division after a female officer complained about his conduct while she was interviewing a female applicant in 1989.
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By Michael Olesker | November 25, 2001
AS A first-strike salvo in the warm spirit of the season of commercialism, David DeBoy brings greetings. This is the 20th year since he first launched his tender ballad, "Crabs for Christmas," on an unsuspecting public. Now he's come back, tongue still firmly as ever in cheek, with a new CD called "Crabs for Christmas for Twenty Years," because if he doesn't mark the anniversary, who will? "It's a regular Bawlmer smorgasborg," says Arbutus-born DeBoy, 49, going for the full Upper Chesapeake Adenoidal pronunciation.
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By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,SUN THEATER CRITIC | September 30, 2004
Native Baltimorean Paul DeBoy hasn't done a lot of acting in his hometown in recent years, but suddenly area audiences can see a lot of him -- all of him, in fact, since he's one of the few actors who appears in the nude in John Waters' new movie, A Dirty Shame. In the movie, DeBoy and actress Susan Allenbach play husband and wife swingers. It was DeBoy's first Waters movie, as well as his first on-screen nude scene. What surprised him most about Waters, he says, was that "he's so shy. We finished doing the nude scene, which both Susan and I were angsting about, and [Waters]
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Staff Writer | December 16, 1993
The campaign to automate the Liberty High School media center ends tonight with the presentation of a check for nearly $14,000.The $13,904 includes $10,000 remaining from last year's Parent Teacher Student Association fund and falls far short of the $40,000 goal set two months ago at the outset of the campaign."
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By Scott Calvert, The Baltimore Sun | June 3, 2011
Top officials at the state health department's lab wrongly orchestrated the widespread destruction of blood test records for lead-poisoned children, even as they knew the documents were being sought by the children's attorneys through court subpoenas or public information requests, according to a report released Friday by the agency's chief investigator. The report, by Inspector General Thomas V. Russell, portrays the state lab as a place where supervisors felt overwhelmed and badly understaffed, and where the steady requests for blood results submitted by plaintiffs' lawyers fed a growing resentment that eventually prompted the shredding and erasing of records.
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November 22, 2007
Peacefully on November 19, 2007 CHARLES "BUD" METCALF, JR.; Proud WWII Veteran, beloved husband of the late Margaret Ann "Babe" Metcalf, devoted father of Richard Johnston, Patricia Ecton, Gayle Metcalf-Stephenson and Donna Metcalf-Aponte, loving father-in-law of Staley Ecton, Doris Johnston and Gary Stephenson, cherished "Gramps" of Kimberly DeBoy and her husband Joe, Melissa Johnston-Townsend, Jennifer Ecton, Andrew Ecton, Alison Frantz, Bruno Aponte,...
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By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,SUN THEATER CRITIC | September 30, 2004
Native Baltimorean Paul DeBoy hasn't done a lot of acting in his hometown in recent years, but suddenly area audiences can see a lot of him -- all of him, in fact, since he's one of the few actors who appears in the nude in John Waters' new movie, A Dirty Shame. In the movie, DeBoy and actress Susan Allenbach play husband and wife swingers. It was DeBoy's first Waters movie, as well as his first on-screen nude scene. What surprised him most about Waters, he says, was that "he's so shy. We finished doing the nude scene, which both Susan and I were angsting about, and [Waters]
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By Julia Furlong | December 18, 2003
Motorcycle races Like bikes? The Cockeysville Optimist Club and Baltimore County Trail Riders Association are holding the last of the "Timonium Motorcycle Races: Indoor Racing" Series at the Cow Palace on the Timonium State Fairgrounds Saturday. Sign-ups start at 3 p.m., practice starts at 5 p.m., time trials start at 6 p.m., and the races begin at 7:30 p.m. Riders and spectators of all ages are invited to join in on the excitement. Food and beverages will be available. Proceeds help fund the community activities of the Cockeysville Optimist Club.
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | August 29, 2002
The race for the 12th District House of Delegates seats heated up this week when a Democratic challenger said voters should be aware that a rival candidate who is a retired Baltimore County police officer was disciplined for harassing a female job applicant in 1989. Craig Ring said that Steven J. DeBoy Sr. was transferred out of the Police Department's Employment/Affirmative Action Division and placed in the uniform division after a female officer complained about his conduct while she was interviewing a female applicant in 1989.
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By Michael Olesker | November 25, 2001
AS A first-strike salvo in the warm spirit of the season of commercialism, David DeBoy brings greetings. This is the 20th year since he first launched his tender ballad, "Crabs for Christmas," on an unsuspecting public. Now he's come back, tongue still firmly as ever in cheek, with a new CD called "Crabs for Christmas for Twenty Years," because if he doesn't mark the anniversary, who will? "It's a regular Bawlmer smorgasborg," says Arbutus-born DeBoy, 49, going for the full Upper Chesapeake Adenoidal pronunciation.
HEALTH
By Scott Calvert, The Baltimore Sun | June 3, 2011
Top officials at the state health department's lab wrongly orchestrated the widespread destruction of blood test records for lead-poisoned children, even as they knew the documents were being sought by the children's attorneys through court subpoenas or public information requests, according to a report released Friday by the agency's chief investigator. The report, by Inspector General Thomas V. Russell, portrays the state lab as a place where supervisors felt overwhelmed and badly understaffed, and where the steady requests for blood results submitted by plaintiffs' lawyers fed a growing resentment that eventually prompted the shredding and erasing of records.
NEWS
November 22, 2007
Peacefully on November 19, 2007 CHARLES "BUD" METCALF, JR.; Proud WWII Veteran, beloved husband of the late Margaret Ann "Babe" Metcalf, devoted father of Richard Johnston, Patricia Ecton, Gayle Metcalf-Stephenson and Donna Metcalf-Aponte, loving father-in-law of Staley Ecton, Doris Johnston and Gary Stephenson, cherished "Gramps" of Kimberly DeBoy and her husband Joe, Melissa Johnston-Townsend, Jennifer Ecton, Andrew Ecton, Alison Frantz, Bruno Aponte,...
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By Gady A. Epstein and Gady A. Epstein,SUN STAFF | October 20, 1998
A former Baltimore County police officer who was disciplined for an incident that allegedly involved harassing a female job applicant was hired by the Howard County Police Department last year to interview prospective employees.The then-police chief, James N. Robey, now Democratic candidate for Howard County executive, said he didn't know the background of Steven J. DeBoy Sr. before he was given a contract to conduct background investigations last fall. But he said others knew of the 1989 incident and decided it did not disqualify him."
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By Gady A. Epstein and Gady A. Epstein,SUN STAFF | October 20, 1998
A former Baltimore County police officer who was disciplined for an incident that allegedly involved harassing a female job applicant was hired by the Howard County Police Department last year to interview prospective employees.The then-police chief, James N. Robey, now Democratic candidate for Howard County executive, said he didn't know the background of Steven J. DeBoy Sr. before he was given a contract to conduct background investigations last fall. But he said others knew of the 1989 incident and decided it did not disqualify him."
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