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By Julianne Peeling, The Baltimore Sun Media Group | May 23, 2013
Shelissa Kearney is a woman of many trades. In addition to being a savvy businesswoman, writer and former model, the Howard County native is mother to a 2-year-old. The founder of Shelissa Organics, a line of natural lip balms, and author of “Naturally Naked” has launched her own line of baby gear called Shelly Belly Baby. Frustrated by diaper bags that looked too dowdy or that lacked utility, Kearney was inspired to put her background in fashion to use in creating tote bags that would appeal to the modern stylish mom. “I found that on most bags, the pockets were either too little or in the wrong places,” Kearney says.
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By Abigail Green, For The Baltimore Sun | February 3, 2014
Recent studies have shown that many commercial baby foods are lacking in nutrition and full of things your baby doesn't need, like sugar and preservatives. But is homemade worth the hassle? We weighed the pros and cons. Pro: It's easy. Pureeing carrots is a far cry from making coq au vin . Steaming, mashing, stirring - that's as complicated as baby food needs to be. Con: It's time consuming. Yes, it does take longer to make your own food than to buy it. But take a tip from Baltimore dad Chi Yan, who would make a big batch of pureed fruits or veggies, then freeze single servings in ice cube trays for quick meals for his son, Henry.
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September 17, 2013
Aberdeen Ryan William Burkey, 28, of the first block of Lewis Drive, was charged Friday with failing to drive right of center, negligent and reckless driving, driving even though his license was suspended, failing to control speed to avoid collision, failing to stop after an accident involving damage and failing to remain at the scene of an accident. Robert Winston Coffee Jr., 33, of the 200 block of Mayberry Drive, was charged Sunday with failing to appear in court for a case in which he was charged with driving even though his license was suspended.
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September 17, 2013
Aberdeen Ryan William Burkey, 28, of the first block of Lewis Drive, was charged Friday with failing to drive right of center, negligent and reckless driving, driving even though his license was suspended, failing to control speed to avoid collision, failing to stop after an accident involving damage and failing to remain at the scene of an accident. Robert Winston Coffee Jr., 33, of the 200 block of Mayberry Drive, was charged Sunday with failing to appear in court for a case in which he was charged with driving even though his license was suspended.
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,SUN STAFF | August 24, 1997
A Westminster woman and her husband who are charged with leading police on a 90-mph chase with their three young children in the back seat of the family car Thursday afternoon have a history of fleeing authorities with the youngsters in tow, court records show.Kimberly M. Dailey, 28, of John Street and Richard E. Dailey, 36, of Hall View Court in Perry Hall are being held in lieu of bail at the Carroll County Detention Center after being arrested on drug and theft charges.Officers said the chase began after they tried to stop the automobile while investigating a car with a reported stolen license plate.
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By Abigail Green, For The Baltimore Sun | February 3, 2014
Recent studies have shown that many commercial baby foods are lacking in nutrition and full of things your baby doesn't need, like sugar and preservatives. But is homemade worth the hassle? We weighed the pros and cons. Pro: It's easy. Pureeing carrots is a far cry from making coq au vin . Steaming, mashing, stirring - that's as complicated as baby food needs to be. Con: It's time consuming. Yes, it does take longer to make your own food than to buy it. But take a tip from Baltimore dad Chi Yan, who would make a big batch of pureed fruits or veggies, then freeze single servings in ice cube trays for quick meals for his son, Henry.
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January 1, 2006
A NATIONAL GUARD TRAINING POST with a rich history is also home to a museum where visitors can learn about military conflicts from the 19th century through the war in Iraq. The Mississippi Armed Forces Museum at Camp Shelby was dedicated in November to a retired general who helped establish the museum. "I am tickled to death with it, and this is to me a very high honor," said Gen. Emmett H. "Mickey" Walker, a decorated World War II veteran. "We have had many, many museum buffs that have said it is a world-class museum."
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By Brooke Williams | July 28, 2008
THOMASTON, Maine - I would like to thank the man who helped me during my recent flight from Maine to Orlando. I repeat, the man, the one and only person in a sea of travelers who lent a hand as I struggled to get myself and two small children through three airports during the six-hour journey. My aerial Prince Charming was a baggage handler at JFK who opened my stroller and pointed the wheels toward the ramp - it was the simplest of gestures, but so thoughtful that I nearly cried. "You're the nicest person I've met all day," I told him. "You gotta be kiddin' me," he said, his thick Queens accent accentuating his disbelief.
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Susan Reimer | April 3, 2013
You can have your women in combat. You can have your women who lean in. You can even have your woman secretary of state who visits 112 countries. But my new heroes are women on planes with babies. Flying back and forth across the country over the holiday weekend, I met a lot of these road warriors. It seemed their children were never in a good mood, and neither, I'm guessing, were the childless passengers who suddenly found the plane had become an airborne day care center. Just imagine if every time you boarded a plane, you knew nobody in the cabin wanted to sit near you. That they'd rather sit next to the snoring fat guy who takes up a seat and a half than you and your babies.
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By LAURA BARNHARDT and LAURA BARNHARDT,SUN REPORTER | July 17, 2006
Judging from the number of laughs and cries, the crowd seems to like Adam Sandler's latest flick. But then, about half of those in the theater are asleep. That's not a commentary on the movie Click, the mothers filling the White Marsh theater will tell you. It's a chance to watch a movie in its entirety. Offered a weekly break in otherwise baby-centered days, about 30 mothers have come to the AMC Loews White Marsh theaters on a Tuesday morning, carrying their infants in fabric slings or pushing them in strollers with the requisite dangling bags.
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By Julianne Peeling, The Baltimore Sun Media Group | May 23, 2013
Shelissa Kearney is a woman of many trades. In addition to being a savvy businesswoman, writer and former model, the Howard County native is mother to a 2-year-old. The founder of Shelissa Organics, a line of natural lip balms, and author of “Naturally Naked” has launched her own line of baby gear called Shelly Belly Baby. Frustrated by diaper bags that looked too dowdy or that lacked utility, Kearney was inspired to put her background in fashion to use in creating tote bags that would appeal to the modern stylish mom. “I found that on most bags, the pockets were either too little or in the wrong places,” Kearney says.
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Susan Reimer | April 3, 2013
You can have your women in combat. You can have your women who lean in. You can even have your woman secretary of state who visits 112 countries. But my new heroes are women on planes with babies. Flying back and forth across the country over the holiday weekend, I met a lot of these road warriors. It seemed their children were never in a good mood, and neither, I'm guessing, were the childless passengers who suddenly found the plane had become an airborne day care center. Just imagine if every time you boarded a plane, you knew nobody in the cabin wanted to sit near you. That they'd rather sit next to the snoring fat guy who takes up a seat and a half than you and your babies.
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By Brooke Williams | July 28, 2008
THOMASTON, Maine - I would like to thank the man who helped me during my recent flight from Maine to Orlando. I repeat, the man, the one and only person in a sea of travelers who lent a hand as I struggled to get myself and two small children through three airports during the six-hour journey. My aerial Prince Charming was a baggage handler at JFK who opened my stroller and pointed the wheels toward the ramp - it was the simplest of gestures, but so thoughtful that I nearly cried. "You're the nicest person I've met all day," I told him. "You gotta be kiddin' me," he said, his thick Queens accent accentuating his disbelief.
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By LAURA BARNHARDT and LAURA BARNHARDT,SUN REPORTER | July 17, 2006
Judging from the number of laughs and cries, the crowd seems to like Adam Sandler's latest flick. But then, about half of those in the theater are asleep. That's not a commentary on the movie Click, the mothers filling the White Marsh theater will tell you. It's a chance to watch a movie in its entirety. Offered a weekly break in otherwise baby-centered days, about 30 mothers have come to the AMC Loews White Marsh theaters on a Tuesday morning, carrying their infants in fabric slings or pushing them in strollers with the requisite dangling bags.
TRAVEL
January 1, 2006
A NATIONAL GUARD TRAINING POST with a rich history is also home to a museum where visitors can learn about military conflicts from the 19th century through the war in Iraq. The Mississippi Armed Forces Museum at Camp Shelby was dedicated in November to a retired general who helped establish the museum. "I am tickled to death with it, and this is to me a very high honor," said Gen. Emmett H. "Mickey" Walker, a decorated World War II veteran. "We have had many, many museum buffs that have said it is a world-class museum."
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By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,SUN STAFF | August 24, 1997
A Westminster woman and her husband who are charged with leading police on a 90-mph chase with their three young children in the back seat of the family car Thursday afternoon have a history of fleeing authorities with the youngsters in tow, court records show.Kimberly M. Dailey, 28, of John Street and Richard E. Dailey, 36, of Hall View Court in Perry Hall are being held in lieu of bail at the Carroll County Detention Center after being arrested on drug and theft charges.Officers said the chase began after they tried to stop the automobile while investigating a car with a reported stolen license plate.
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By Alice Steinbach and Alice Steinbach,Sun Staff Writer | July 30, 1995
Dearest Anne:For weeks even months I have been praying only that I be shown what I must do. This morning with no warning I was Shown as clearly as I was shown that Friday night in August, 1955, that you would be my wife. ... And like Abraham, I dare not go without my child. Know that I love thee but must act. ...NormanOn the last afternoon of his life Norman R. Morrison stopped somewhere between Baltimore and Washington to mail a letter to his wife.The evening rush hour was in full swing that chilly Tuesday on Nov. 2, 1965, when Norman, driving an old, borrowed Cadillac with his infant daughter behind him in a car crib and a gallon jug of kerosene beside him in a wicker picnic basket, paused briefly to post the handwritten, one-page letter.
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November 4, 1992
* Hickory Ridge: 10300 block of Sixpence Circle: Someone slashed tires to a 1986 Chevrolet Celebrity on Saturday or Sunday. The tire cost about $100.* Harper's Choice:: 12100 block of Little Patuxent Parkway: Someone threw a pumpkin through a rear window of a house Saturday.12200 block of Green Meadow Drive: Someone slashed a tire to a 1995 Chevrolet van Saturday.6000 block of Watch Chain Way: A group of trick-or-treaters threw a pumpkin through a front window Saturday.* Town Center: 10300 block of Little Patuxent Parkway: Someone attempted to steal a 1991 Hyundai Excel Monday, but instead, stole a $93 pair of Reebok tennis shoes and a diaper bag.* Wilde Lake:: 5400 block of Trumpeter Road: Someone broke out the driver's side window to a 1984 Oldsmobile Cutlass and stole a $74 brown leather purse, $8 in cash and a driver's license and papers on Saturday.
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