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February 20, 2003
On Wednesday, February 19, 2003, DR. SAMUEL DIENER (age 92), of Annapolis, MD and formerly of Washington, DC. Beloved husband of Mary Diener. Predeceased by his devoted wife of many years, Beatrice Diener. Loving father of Ina Diener Levy (her fiancee', Richard L. Staub), Charlottesville, VA and Daniel S. (Jewel) Diener of Potomac, MD. Cherished grandfather of Leslie (Sean) Rising, Steven (Catherine) Applestein, Allison (David) Perlmutter and Brian Diener. Adored great-grandfather of Matthew and Ashley Perlmutter, Haley and Benjamin Rising and Reid Applestein.
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | November 15, 2012
A Baltimore County woman died after a two-alarm fire engulfed a Reisterstown's home Wednesday, county officials said. Karen Diener, 59, died Wednesday morning at Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center after a fire broke out in her home in the unit block of Blake Court about 1 a.m. Police said the cause of the fire remains under investigation, but there is no indication at this time that it was intentionally set. About 15 fire companies, with...
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By Lew Freedman and Lew Freedman,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | March 19, 2004
BUFFALO, N.Y. - DePaul or Dayton? It was suggested that the teams were even going into their NCAA playoff game last night, and after struggling through regulation and overtime, they still were dead even. The Blue Demons" first NCAA appearance in four years kept 18,698 at HSBC Arena enthralled as every time the buzzer sounded the game was tied. DePaul (22-9) had the will, but not always the way against the Flyers (24-9) of the Atlantic 10, who spurted to an early lead, fell behind by seven points in the second half, then regrouped and rallied before finally falling, 76-69.
FEATURES
By John Woestendiek and John Woestendiek,Sun reporter | May 19, 2007
Sure, my dog talks. He puts his nose on the doorknob when he needs to go out. He moans impatiently (but just once) when he thinks his daily trip to the park is being unnecessarily delayed. His head on the bed means "Can I come up?" And his tail in full curlicue says he's happy; when it droops, he's not. Or so I think. Beyond those signals - beyond my whistles and clucks, his nuzzles and licks, and all the other unspoken signals that form our silent bond - I didn't suspect that Ace, who rarely barks, would be much of a talker.
SPORTS
By Lew Freedman and Lew Freedman,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | March 19, 2004
BUFFALO, N.Y. - DePaul or Dayton? It was suggested that the teams were even going into their NCAA playoff game last night, and after struggling through regulation and overtime, they still were dead even. The Blue Demons' first NCAA appearance in four years kept 18,698 at HSBC Arena enthralled as every time the buzzer sounded the game was tied. DePaul of Conference USA had the will, but not always the way against the Flyers of the Atlantic 10, who spurted to an early lead, fell behind by seven points in the second half, then regrouped and rallied before finally falling, 76-69, in double overtime.
NEWS
By Glenn Small and Glenn Small,Sun Staff Writer | January 15, 1995
Thunderstorms and showers will dump several inches of rain on the Baltimore area in the next few days, beginning today -- and the unseasonably warm weather the area has experienced the past two days will end later this week."
NEWS
By Shanon D. Murray and Shanon D. Murray,Staff Writer | July 28, 1993
The temperature soared to 101 degrees in downtown Baltimore yesterday, tying a record that was set in 1940, said Dick Diener, a National Weather Service forecaster."
FEATURES
By John Woestendiek and John Woestendiek,Sun reporter | May 19, 2007
Sure, my dog talks. He puts his nose on the doorknob when he needs to go out. He moans impatiently (but just once) when he thinks his daily trip to the park is being unnecessarily delayed. His head on the bed means "Can I come up?" And his tail in full curlicue says he's happy; when it droops, he's not. Or so I think. Beyond those signals - beyond my whistles and clucks, his nuzzles and licks, and all the other unspoken signals that form our silent bond - I didn't suspect that Ace, who rarely barks, would be much of a talker.
NEWS
By Timothy B. Wheeler and Timothy B. Wheeler,SUN STAFF | January 9, 1996
Keep your shovels handy. Maryland could get at least a couple of inches more snow by Friday.Even as Marylanders were digging out yesterday from their third-deepest snowfall of the century, weather forecasters were picking up early warnings that another storm might be headed this way.It's too early to be sure, but indications are that the new snowstorm -- if it hits at all -- will be tame compared with the blizzard that buried the region over the weekend.The...
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By Dan Thanh Dang and Dan Thanh Dang,Sun Staff Writer | June 4, 1995
A series of heavy rainstorms and thunderstorms whipped across the Baltimore metropolitan area, western regions of the state and the Eastern Shore yesterday, knocking down trees and power lines in some areas.Showers of pea-sized and marble-sized hail were reported in Brooklyn in Anne Arundel County, Baltimore City, Columbia in Howard County, and near Baltimore-Washington International Airport, said Richard Diener, a forecaster at the BWI weather station."It was basically a spurt in the system," Mr. Diener said yesterday.
NEWS
April 20, 2007
Three people were injured in a fire at a Southeast Baltimore rowhouse just before midnight yesterday. The fire might have been caused by combustible materials too close to a heat source, said Kevin Cartwright, a Fire Department spokesman. Firefighters arrived at the house in the 600 block of Savage St. about 11:55 p.m. and found the stairwell and second-floor hall engulfed in fire and smoke, Cartwright said. Two people -- a woman in a wheelchair and a man -- were trapped in a second-floor room, he said.
NEWS
By JUSTIN FENTON and JUSTIN FENTON,SUN REPORTER | August 6, 2006
Relatives of a Brooklyn man who was fatally shot by a Baltimore police officer as he fled a suspected drug deal contended yesterday that police used excessive force. They said they planned to file a civil lawsuit in the death of 39-year-old Ernest Oliver, who apparently was unarmed. Among the two dozen gathered in front of Southern District police headquarters yesterday afternoon was Oliver's sister, who said her brother was a "good man" who was shot in the back. "If he's running, he's of no harm to you," said Michele Oliver, 44. "My brother had a few problems just like anybody else, but he didn't have to die."
SPORTS
By STORY BY TANIKA WHITE : SUN STAFF AND SLOANE BROWN | May 22, 2005
This year, spring's trendiest of trends stepped off the New York runways and onto the turf inside Pimlico Race Course. Beading, embroidery, bright and bold colors. Floral patterns, full skirts and gypsy looks. Embellished shoes and bags. Cropped jackets and jingly bangles. It was all about a little bit of bling yesterday in the tented Corporate Village - where Maryland's social, political and business "in crowd" gather to watch the Preakness Stakes. Laurel's Leah Baker took the floral pattern trend a step further by bursting all over in purple and white blossoms.
BUSINESS
By JANET KIDD STEWART | September 12, 2004
MONEY CAN buy happiness, but not always, and it pays diminishing returns. So concludes a new analysis of wealth and well-being that calls for better national sampling of our softer side - depression, joy, contentment - in addition to, say, our consumer confidence and income. Our productivity-focused economic model has peaked in its ability to increase the collective happiness, said Ed Diener, a University of Illinois psychologist who, with Martin Seligman of the University of Pennsylvania, wrote the analysis of existing research for the journal Psychological Science in the Public Interest.
SPORTS
By Lew Freedman and Lew Freedman,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | March 19, 2004
BUFFALO, N.Y. - DePaul or Dayton? It was suggested that the teams were even going into their NCAA playoff game last night, and after struggling through regulation and overtime, they still were dead even. The Blue Demons" first NCAA appearance in four years kept 18,698 at HSBC Arena enthralled as every time the buzzer sounded the game was tied. DePaul (22-9) had the will, but not always the way against the Flyers (24-9) of the Atlantic 10, who spurted to an early lead, fell behind by seven points in the second half, then regrouped and rallied before finally falling, 76-69.
SPORTS
By Lew Freedman and Lew Freedman,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | March 19, 2004
BUFFALO, N.Y. - DePaul or Dayton? It was suggested that the teams were even going into their NCAA playoff game last night, and after struggling through regulation and overtime, they still were dead even. The Blue Demons' first NCAA appearance in four years kept 18,698 at HSBC Arena enthralled as every time the buzzer sounded the game was tied. DePaul of Conference USA had the will, but not always the way against the Flyers of the Atlantic 10, who spurted to an early lead, fell behind by seven points in the second half, then regrouped and rallied before finally falling, 76-69, in double overtime.
NEWS
By Bruce Reid and Bruce Reid,Staff Writer | March 3, 1992
The robins were casting their votes by first light today.Bring on spring, they seemed to be whistling.The crocuses are emerging, too, trying to stand up and be counted.It's Election Day, and the early returns are decisive: Out with ice on the windshield and winter wardrobes. In with longer, sunnier days and shirt-sleeves.However, weather pundits, analyzing these early returns, aren't promising that happy days are here again. Not yet.But they are saying it will be pleasantly warm through the weekend, if a bit wet.In central and eastern Maryland, temperatures are expected to reach the high 50s or low 60s. Lows will be in the upper 30s and low 40s."
NEWS
By Frank D. Roylance and Frank D. Roylance,Evening Sun Staff | October 9, 1990
Warm air moving into Maryland from the nation's southland pushed temperatures to record levels again today at Baltimore-Washington International Airport.The balmy autumn weather is expected to continue through Saturday, although dampened later in the week by showers.Weather Service forecaster Richard A. Diener said the mercury reached 85 degrees at the airport at 1 p.m., breaking the old record of 82 degrees set in 1962.Temperatures were expected to continue to rise during the afternoon, pushing the Oct. 9 record still higher.
SPORTS
By Don Markus and Don Markus,SUN STAFF | February 13, 2004
This has been a roller-coaster season for all of last year's Final Four teams. Despite some bumps along the ride, Texas and Kansas seem to be comfortably headed toward another NCAA tournament appearance. But the other two teams - defending national champion Syracuse and Marquette - still could be on the verge of going from the bubble to real trouble. Especially Marquette. After appearing to be in decent shape following a win two weeks ago at Louisville, Marquette (13-7 overall and 4-5 in Conference USA)
NEWS
February 20, 2003
On Wednesday, February 19, 2003, DR. SAMUEL DIENER (age 92), of Annapolis, MD and formerly of Washington, DC. Beloved husband of Mary Diener. Predeceased by his devoted wife of many years, Beatrice Diener. Loving father of Ina Diener Levy (her fiancee', Richard L. Staub), Charlottesville, VA and Daniel S. (Jewel) Diener of Potomac, MD. Cherished grandfather of Leslie (Sean) Rising, Steven (Catherine) Applestein, Allison (David) Perlmutter and Brian Diener. Adored great-grandfather of Matthew and Ashley Perlmutter, Haley and Benjamin Rising and Reid Applestein.
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