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By Alan J. Craver and Alan J. Craver,Staff writer | December 9, 1990
Connie J. Murdorf, owner of the Eagle's Nest in Aberdeen, is a fan of Fox Broadcasting Co.'s "America's Most Wanted," but she never expected to see one of her regular customers sought for attempted murder on the television show.Murdorf was watching the show on Nov. 30 while working at her bar and restaurant as a segment on William J. Moore was featured, revealing that he was wanted for a 1985 attack on a Illinois woman.As the show's host John Walsh told Moore's story, Murdorf said she realized that Moore was one of her customers, whom she knew as Joseph DeBartolo.
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February 25, 2009
Dixon holding budget forum Mayor Sheila Dixon will host a "mayor's night in" forum from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. today in the Curran Conference Room on the fourth floor of City Hall to discuss the process for developing next year's city budget. The city expects that significant spending cuts will be necessary in the budget for the fiscal year that begins July 1, but details will not be announced tonight. Woman charged after protesting foreclosure A Southeast Baltimore woman who broke into her former home last week as part of a demonstration against foreclosures surrendered to police and was criminally charged in connection with the incident, police said yesterday.
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By Laura Barnhardt and Laura Barnhardt,Sun Reporter | March 14, 2008
Dan Vitilio shares his birds, goats, lambs and pigs with the school and church groups that visit his Kingsville ranch. Along the way he added Puddy to the menagerie and was told he needed a permit from the government. He applied and Baltimore County turned him down. He went to court and lost. And now lawmakers are considering a bill that would ensure that Puddy - a 48-pound Siberian lynx - has to find a new home. "We've taken every safety precaution," says Vitilio, 47. He's talking about the double-walled cage and the moat that separate the wild cat from the kids.
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By Laura Barnhardt and Laura Barnhardt,Sun Reporter | March 14, 2008
Dan Vitilio shares his birds, goats, lambs and pigs with the school and church groups that visit his Kingsville ranch. Along the way he added Puddy to the menagerie and was told he needed a permit from the government. He applied and Baltimore County turned him down. He went to court and lost. And now lawmakers are considering a bill that would ensure that Puddy - a 48-pound Siberian lynx - has to find a new home. "We've taken every safety precaution," says Vitilio, 47. He's talking about the double-walled cage and the moat that separate the wild cat from the kids.
SPORTS
May 4, 2006
MARYLAND CALENDAR Today -- MSGA two-man team championship, Beechtree Saturday -- BMGC two-man team championship, Mt. Pleasant Sunday -- BMGC two-man team championship, Mt. Pleasant Monday -- U.S. Open, local qualifying, Eagle's Nest (Towson Golf & CC)
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February 25, 2009
Dixon holding budget forum Mayor Sheila Dixon will host a "mayor's night in" forum from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. today in the Curran Conference Room on the fourth floor of City Hall to discuss the process for developing next year's city budget. The city expects that significant spending cuts will be necessary in the budget for the fiscal year that begins July 1, but details will not be announced tonight. Woman charged after protesting foreclosure A Southeast Baltimore woman who broke into her former home last week as part of a demonstration against foreclosures surrendered to police and was criminally charged in connection with the incident, police said yesterday.
SPORTS
By BILL TANTON | June 22, 1993
What the Orioles did on their off-day yesterday was the best thing in the world -- for them and for many less fortunate than they.On the eve of tonight's nine-game homestand opener against first-place Detroit, the Orioles played golf. They took part in a fund-raiser at the Towson Golf and Country Club at Eagle's Nest to benefit the Maryland Special Olympics."For us," said Bill Hearn, Maryland Special Olympics director, "this is a $50,000 event. It's the first time we've held this. Dick Bosman has been incredibly supportive."
SPORTS
By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 14, 2002
Shane Bertsch, medalist here two years ago, shot 7-under-par 65 to again lead the field at Eagle's Nest in local qualifying for the U.S. Open championship. Four others shot 68, including 2001 medalist David Hutsell, an assistant professional at Columbia Country Club who lives in Towson, and amateur David Nocar, of Severna Park. With two (out of an original nine) places at stake, six players will return at 8 this morning to vie for the two places in the Woodmont Country Club sectional, June 3, and four alternate spots.
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By John W. Stewart | July 22, 2003
Corrie Tayman, from Congressional Country Club, shot a 78 to win the qualifying medal in the 82nd annual Maryland State Women's Amateur championship yesterday at Maryland Golf & CC in Bel Air. In leading the 48-player field, Tayman, 23, had three birdies in her round of 39-39 over a 5,970-yard course playing to a women's par of 38-37. This was her second medal in three years. Three-time champion Mallory Crosland, from the Chevy Chase Club, was one back at 79, where she was joined by Stacy Kress, Woodholme CC; Arlene Zamora, Chesapeake Bay CC; and Michelle Grilli, Chestnut Ridge CC. Defending champion Jessica Lewis, Columbia CC, was an automatic qualifier, and it took a playoff at 84 to get the 16th and final spot in the championship flight.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Staff Writer | July 21, 1993
Two-time titlist Jane Mason, the only former champion in the field of 43 starters, shot 37-3875 to win the qualifying medal in the 73rd Maryland State Golf Association Women's Amateur at Eagle's Nest yesterday.Mason, from Green Hill Yacht and Country Club, included an eagle in her 3-over-par round that lifted her past Stephanie Kell of the Country Club of Maryland and Metropolitan champ Andrea Kraus of Woodholme Country Club, both of whom had 76s.The medalist, whose most recent of five final-round appearances came in 1989 when she lost to Jane Fitzgerald at the Elkridge Club, eagled the 330-yard 11th hole when her 160-yard, 3-iron second shot rolled into the cup."
SPORTS
May 4, 2006
MARYLAND CALENDAR Today -- MSGA two-man team championship, Beechtree Saturday -- BMGC two-man team championship, Mt. Pleasant Sunday -- BMGC two-man team championship, Mt. Pleasant Monday -- U.S. Open, local qualifying, Eagle's Nest (Towson Golf & CC)
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By John W. Stewart | July 22, 2003
Corrie Tayman, from Congressional Country Club, shot a 78 to win the qualifying medal in the 82nd annual Maryland State Women's Amateur championship yesterday at Maryland Golf & CC in Bel Air. In leading the 48-player field, Tayman, 23, had three birdies in her round of 39-39 over a 5,970-yard course playing to a women's par of 38-37. This was her second medal in three years. Three-time champion Mallory Crosland, from the Chevy Chase Club, was one back at 79, where she was joined by Stacy Kress, Woodholme CC; Arlene Zamora, Chesapeake Bay CC; and Michelle Grilli, Chestnut Ridge CC. Defending champion Jessica Lewis, Columbia CC, was an automatic qualifier, and it took a playoff at 84 to get the 16th and final spot in the championship flight.
SPORTS
By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 14, 2002
Shane Bertsch, medalist here two years ago, shot 7-under-par 65 to again lead the field at Eagle's Nest in local qualifying for the U.S. Open championship. Four others shot 68, including 2001 medalist David Hutsell, an assistant professional at Columbia Country Club who lives in Towson, and amateur David Nocar, of Severna Park. With two (out of an original nine) places at stake, six players will return at 8 this morning to vie for the two places in the Woodmont Country Club sectional, June 3, and four alternate spots.
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By Scott Calvert and Scott Calvert,SUN STAFF | November 29, 2000
The eagles haven't landed, but already the noble flyers have accomplished what a flock of protesters hasn't been able to do: block a Safeway supermarket and strip mall planned for Deale in southern Anne Arundel County. For now, anyway. Because a pine tree near the plaza site has a bald eagle's nest - one of seven in the county - state Department of Natural Resources guidelines say no construction can begin after Dec. 15 to avoid disturbing the threatened birds' mating habits. Safeway cannot meet that deadline, meaning its bulldozers won't be able to fire up until after June 15, by which time any hatchlings should have taken flight, state officials say. That is, if the birds show up as expected and hatch little eaglets into the world.
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By Scott Calvert and Scott Calvert,SUN STAFF | November 29, 2000
The eagles haven't landed, but already the noble fliers have accomplished what a flock of protesters hasn't been able to do: block a Safeway supermarket and strip mall planned for Deale in southern Anne Arundel County. For now, anyway. Because a pine tree near the plaza site has a bald eagle's nest - one of seven in the county - state Department of Natural Resources guidelines say no construction can begin after Dec. 15 to avoid disturbing the threatened birds' winter mating habits. Safeway cannot meet that deadline, meaning its bulldozers won't be able to fire up until after June 15, by which time any hatchlings should have taken flight, state officials say. That is, if the birds show up as expected and hatch little eaglets into the world.
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By Joel McCord and Joel McCord,SUN STAFF | January 15, 2000
Opponents of the development of National Harbor on the shores of the Potomac in Prince George's County have played their trump card, sending "notice of intent to sue" the developer over wrecking bald eagle habitat on the property. The formal notice, sent Thursday to developer Milton V. Peterson, says that he violated the Endangered Species Act when one of his employees cut down a cherry tree that held a bald eagle's nest on the 534-acre tract south of the Woodrow Wilson Memorial Bridge.
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | May 8, 1994
Deane Beman, commissioner of the PGA Tour, was in town one day last week, but the visit had nothing to do with tour business.Beman, who turned 56 two weeks ago, played a practice round at Eagle's Nest, where he will compete in the local qualifier for the U.S. Open on May 16.The local qualifier this year will be 18 rather than 36 holes for the first time in many years.The following sectional event, scheduled for June 6 at Woodmont Country Club in Rockville, will be 36 holes as usual.The field at Woodmont is expected to be large, as it will include many of the non-exempt tour pros who will have been at the Kemper Open, June 2-5."
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | April 20, 1993
Jack Skilling rolled in short birdie putts on his last two holes, the eighth and ninth, to finish 33-3467 and win the pro sweeps phase of the annual Middle Atlantic PGA pro-am tournament at Rolling Road Golf Club yesterday.Skilling, 31, an assistant professional at Columbia CC, had three birdies on each nine, plus three bogeys, in recording his lowest score over the tight, well-conditioned Catonsville course.He explained that a solid winter season, including four top 10 finishes in the Club Pro series in Florida, had helped him become much more patient.
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart | May 19, 1998
Amateurs Miguel Rivera and Aaron Wright were among those advancing, as local qualifying for the U.S. Open was held at two area sites yesterday.Five players from 58 starters at Eagle's Nest, and three from 38 players at Hillendale Country Club now will move along to 36-hole sectional qualifying rounds, one of which is scheduled for June 8 at Woodmont CC in Rockville.Rivera got in with a birdie at the first extra hole at Hillendale, and William Curtis, a first-year assistant pro at Caves Valley GC, with a 10-foot birdie putt at the third.
SPORTS
By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | May 8, 1994
Deane Beman, commissioner of the PGA Tour, was in town one day last week, but the visit had nothing to do with tour business.Beman, who turned 56 two weeks ago, played a practice round at Eagle's Nest, where he will compete in the local qualifier for the U.S. Open on May 16.The local qualifier this year will be 18 rather than 36 holes for the first time in many years.The following sectional event, scheduled for June 6 at Woodmont Country Club in Rockville, will be 36 holes as usual.The field at Woodmont is expected to be large, as it will include many of the non-exempt tour pros who will have been at the Kemper Open, June 2-5."
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