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By Peter Hermann, The Baltimore Sun | January 3, 2011
Former television news personality Dennis Edwards is being held in the Baltimore city jail after police arrested him a second time in four days in connection with a domestic violence case involving his wife, according to court documents. A District Court judge on Monday set bail at $500,000 and scheduled a hearing for Feb. 2. The 54-year-old is charged with violating a protective order, telephone misuse, harassment and malicious destruction of property. Police first arrested Edwards on Wednesday, Dec. 29, and charged him with assaulting his wife in their home on South Road.
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By Peter Hermann, The Baltimore Sun | January 3, 2011
Former television news personality Dennis Edwards is being held in the Baltimore city jail after police arrested him a second time in four days in connection with a domestic violence case involving his wife, according to court documents. A District Court judge on Monday set bail at $500,000 and scheduled a hearing for Feb. 2. The 54-year-old is charged with violating a protective order, telephone misuse, harassment and malicious destruction of property. Police first arrested Edwards on Wednesday, Dec. 29, and charged him with assaulting his wife in their home on South Road.
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By J.D. Considine and J.D. Considine,Sun Pop Music Critic | June 7, 1991
Did he, or didn't he?Did the late David Ruffin sing on the Temptations single "Cloud Nine," as my appreciation last Sunday said? Or was it Dennis Edwards doing the singing, as the "Cloud Nine" album notes (and many Sun readers) claim?And why would there be any doubt over who sang what in the first place?To answer the last question first, let's go back to Saturday afternoon when I first heard that Ruffin had died of an apparent overdose. Given two hours to write my article, I turned to my reference library - in particular to Nelson George's "Where Did Our Love Go?"
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By Julie Scharper, The Baltimore Sun | April 21, 2010
A former television reporter who had served as a spokesman for Council President Bernard C. "Jack" Young for the past two months has resigned. Dennis Edwards, who joined Young's team shortly after he was elected president in February, resigned on Friday, according to Lester J. Davis, a press officer for Young. Edwards had intended to "get the office up and running" and "decided he did what he set out to do," said Davis. Edwards, a minister who pursuing a degree from a divinity school, did not work most Fridays due to his class schedule.
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By Alan Widmann and Alan Widmann,Special to The Sun | March 8, 1991
COLLEGE PARK -- Parkdale's decision to run with Annapolis ended in a high-scoring loss Dec. 6. It was a different story last night, as fourth-seeded Parkdale played more conservatively and knocked No. 1 and defending champion Annapolis from the state 4A tournament with a 62-60 victory.Irvin Church's free throws with six seconds to play boosted Parkdale into tomorrow's 9 p.m. final against third-seeded Springbrook (18-4) at Cole Field House. The Blue Devils were 72-67 winners over second-seeded Quince Orchard (18-5)
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | July 15, 1994
In their continuing effort to curb violence, the Annapolis Youth Athletic Association and the Mayor's Office of Community Service and Substance Abuse are conducting the second annual Peace in the Streets Summer Basketball Festival beginning today and running through Sunday at Truxton Park in Annapolis.Teams from Annapolis, Baltimore, Philadelphia, Atlantic City, N.J., Greenville, N.C. and New Bern, N.C. will take part in the xTC three-day event, which organizers hope will provide a positive outlet for participants and spectators alike.
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By GREGORY KANE | July 7, 2007
Ah, what a difference one word makes! I got the word on the grapevine that the Temptations are scheduled to appear at the African-American Heritage Festival tomorrow night, and I figured Camden Yards is exactly where I'll be around 6:30 p.m. Then I read the schedule in The Sun and looked closely at the words. "The Temptations Revue featuring Dennis Edwards and Ali Woodson." Temptations Revue? Revue? You mean I won't be getting the Temps? OK, so Edwards and Woodson technically are Temps.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | February 25, 1995
Editor's note: Beginning today, College Postcards, which tracks the performances of local high school athletes at colleges out of state, will appear each Saturday.Mark Gabriele (Calvert Hall) contributed a batch of points, and James Madison needed almost all of them.Gabriele won three individual events and swam on four championship relays as James Madison's men edged runner-up North Carolina-Wilmington, 727-715.5, in the closest championship meet in the 10-year swimming history of the Colonial Athletic Association.
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By Alan Widmann | January 30, 1991
Annapolis had not been particularly impressive recently, but last night the Panthers -- and especially Dennis Edwards -- were.Edwards broke out of a slump to score 41 points and personally outscore host Broadneck, as Annapolis enjoyed 15-2 and 18-0 runs at the start of each half en route to a 75-39 victory over the Bruins.The triumph opened breathing room for Annapolis in the Bay Division of the Anne Arundel County 4A League. The Panthers improved to 6-0, and Broadneck fell to 6-2.The Bruins have failed to defeat Annapolis in regular-season play for the first time in three years.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | January 23, 1995
Cyrus Jones (Dunbar) needed only a few games to make the transition from junior college basketball to Division I.The junior guard, a juco All-American at Connors State College in Warner, Okla., last season, paces West Virginia with a 14.9 scoring average as a result of compiling team-high totals in four of the past five games, including a career-high 31 against St. Joseph.* Shepherd senior Stephanie Lazor (Northeast-AA) is the top rebounder (10.7) in the West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference and 16th in scoring (13.6)
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By GREGORY KANE | July 7, 2007
Ah, what a difference one word makes! I got the word on the grapevine that the Temptations are scheduled to appear at the African-American Heritage Festival tomorrow night, and I figured Camden Yards is exactly where I'll be around 6:30 p.m. Then I read the schedule in The Sun and looked closely at the words. "The Temptations Revue featuring Dennis Edwards and Ali Woodson." Temptations Revue? Revue? You mean I won't be getting the Temps? OK, so Edwards and Woodson technically are Temps.
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By BRENT JONES and BRENT JONES,SUN STAFF | November 27, 1999
The 9,000 fans who filled the Baltimore Arena were ready for a victory in the BayRunners' International Basketball League opener.Turns out the team was not.Or maybe the credit should go to Trenton Shooting Stars guard Lamarr Greer, who hit a three-pointer that put his team up by eight points with 4: 10 left in the game en route to a 107-95 win last night over the BayRunners.That three-pointer capped a 15-point fourth quarter for Greer, who was the Stars' leading scorer with 25 points.Greer ruined what was a festive atmosphere in the Arena after the BayRunners took their biggest lead -- six points -- on forward Peca Arsic's three-pointer on the first possession of the fourth quarter.
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By DAN RODRICKS | July 19, 1995
The Dead Eye is alive again. A Baltimore Circuit Court judge gave the popular dockside saloon its liquor license back -- pending an appeal of the Liquor Board's decision to revoke it. Capt. Dan Davis lost his barkeep badge last week -- to the chagrin of a few thousand rockers, boozers and boaters -- because he had been serving drinks on the Dead Eye's deck without approval. Davis and the city, unhappily bonded through lease agreements, have been bickering for years over rent, taxes and profits from the Baltimore Yacht Basin marina and the Dead Eye, both located under the Hanover Street bridge.
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By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Sun Television Critic | April 14, 1995
Baltimore viewers who were watching at 5 p.m. Tuesday saw something they've never before seen at that hour: honest-to-goodness, head-to-head news competition among three network affiliates -- WMAR, WJZ and WBAL.The three-way news battle had officially started Monday when WBAL launched an early newscast with Virg Jacques and Donna Hamilton -- after having canceled its 5 p.m. news in the summer of 1991.But it was not until 5:20 p.m. Tuesday that the new day of live-at-five competition actually arrived.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | February 25, 1995
Editor's note: Beginning today, College Postcards, which tracks the performances of local high school athletes at colleges out of state, will appear each Saturday.Mark Gabriele (Calvert Hall) contributed a batch of points, and James Madison needed almost all of them.Gabriele won three individual events and swam on four championship relays as James Madison's men edged runner-up North Carolina-Wilmington, 727-715.5, in the closest championship meet in the 10-year swimming history of the Colonial Athletic Association.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | February 13, 1995
An attack on the four-minute mile is next for James Madison senior Matt Holthaus.Holthaus (Wilde Lake) broke another school record when he won the 1,000-meter race at the Patriot Games at George Mason, lowering his own mark five seconds to two minutes, 20.38 seconds. The previous week he trimmed his James Madison mile record from 4:06.60 to 4:01.22.BasketballTwo of Pfeiffer's key players are from Baltimore. Marlon Quillens (Southwestern) leads 13-4 Pfeiffer in assists (63) and is second in steals (30)
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By BRENT JONES and BRENT JONES,SUN STAFF | November 27, 1999
The 9,000 fans who filled the Baltimore Arena were ready for a victory in the BayRunners' International Basketball League opener.Turns out the team was not.Or maybe the credit should go to Trenton Shooting Stars guard Lamarr Greer, who hit a three-pointer that put his team up by eight points with 4: 10 left in the game en route to a 107-95 win last night over the BayRunners.That three-pointer capped a 15-point fourth quarter for Greer, who was the Stars' leading scorer with 25 points.Greer ruined what was a festive atmosphere in the Arena after the BayRunners took their biggest lead -- six points -- on forward Peca Arsic's three-pointer on the first possession of the fourth quarter.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | February 6, 1995
Two former Navy Juniors swimmers are prospering in the Big Ten.Co-captain Lisa Pastrana (Broadneck), a junior, won the 100-yard backstroke, was second in the 200 back and swam a leg on a key relay in No. 18 Penn State's 151-149 upset of No. 11 Northwestern. At the U.S. Open in Buffalo, which attracted the nation's swimming elite, Pastrana was 11th in the 100 back, 13th in the 200 and 15th in the 200 individual medley.At Ohio State, Pastrana's longtime friend and teammate in the Navy Juniors age-group program, Jamie Puromaki (Glen Burnie)
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