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By MICHAEL DRESSER | November 12, 2007
Interstate 95 is the primary artery of East Coast transportation. At times of heavy use, such as the Thanksgiving holiday that looms, arteriosclerosis sets in. Nevertheless, many thousands of motorists are magnetically drawn to the clot-ridden and toll-plagued highway at times of peak travel - unaware of the existence of alternate routes that could spare them time, money, aggravation, ugliness and Delaware. This year, the Superfluous State has given Maryland motorists added incentive to find a better way to the Northeast by raising the cost of sitting in interminable traffic jams at the Delaware Toll Plaza to $4. No matter; for every person who avoids the extortion, many more will pay the tribute.
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By Ken Murray, The Baltimore Sun | July 4, 2011
Pat Skerry is in a perpetual rush these days at Towson University. If he isn't recruiting a prospect who can make the basketball team better, he's interviewing a strength-and-conditioning coach who can make it stronger. If he's not doing those things, he's texting his coaching staff to ensure that all plans are in motion. "I'm a big text guy with the staff," the Tigers' new coach said. "Are we doing this? Are we doing that? Everything has to be perfect. The reality is, it's not going to be, so we've got to figure out how to make it perfect.
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SPORTS
By Ken Murray, The Baltimore Sun | July 4, 2011
Pat Skerry is in a perpetual rush these days at Towson University. If he isn't recruiting a prospect who can make the basketball team better, he's interviewing a strength-and-conditioning coach who can make it stronger. If he's not doing those things, he's texting his coaching staff to ensure that all plans are in motion. "I'm a big text guy with the staff," the Tigers' new coach said. "Are we doing this? Are we doing that? Everything has to be perfect. The reality is, it's not going to be, so we've got to figure out how to make it perfect.
NEWS
By MICHAEL DRESSER | November 12, 2007
Interstate 95 is the primary artery of East Coast transportation. At times of heavy use, such as the Thanksgiving holiday that looms, arteriosclerosis sets in. Nevertheless, many thousands of motorists are magnetically drawn to the clot-ridden and toll-plagued highway at times of peak travel - unaware of the existence of alternate routes that could spare them time, money, aggravation, ugliness and Delaware. This year, the Superfluous State has given Maryland motorists added incentive to find a better way to the Northeast by raising the cost of sitting in interminable traffic jams at the Delaware Toll Plaza to $4. No matter; for every person who avoids the extortion, many more will pay the tribute.
NEWS
December 25, 2008
On Thursday, December 18, 2008, ELLIOTT G. FALK. Beloved husband of Esther (Kristman) Falk. Loving father of David A. (Michele) Falk of East Brunswick, NJ and Joshua M. Falk of Pittsburgh. Brother of Birdie (Sylvan) Hack of Baltimore, MD, Hannah (Rolf) Burke of Chevy Chase, MD, Felix (Pearl) Falk of Jerusalem, Israel and the late Miriam Biderman. Contributions may be made to the charity of your choice.
SPORTS
November 27, 1992
BaseballSeattle Mariners -- Named Lee Elia bench coach. Sent P Brent Knackert, C Jim Campanis and C Chris Howard outright to Triple-A Calgary.BasketballBoston Celtics -- Waived G Bart Kofoed.CollegeLoyola -- Signed C Dawn Gerdich of McKeesport (Pa.) High and F Jan Przystup of East Brunswick High (Milltown, N.J.) to women's basketball letters of intent.UMBC -- Signed Ingrid Kilpe of Columbia and Centennial High to swimming letter of intent.FootballLos Angeles Rams -- Signed WR Emile Harry.
NEWS
July 6, 2005
On July 2, 2005 WALTER ZARSKI, M.D. Beloved husband of Mary (nee Prominski) Zarski for 54 years. Devoted father of Jane Thompson and her husband Gene, Mary Clare "Mimi" Guercio and her husband Steve and the late Mark Zarski. Also survived by four grandchildren and five step grandchildren. Visitation will be held later in the week at Rezem Funeral Home, East Brunswick, NJ. Church Services to follow. Interment will be in Doylestown Cemetery, Doylestown, PA. Those who desire may contribute to the Alzheimers Disease Association, 1850 York Rd., Suite D, Timonium, MD 21093.
NEWS
February 9, 2009
LOUISE ELIZABETH KWICIEN (nee Cappuccio), age 90 of Catonsville, MD at rest in Baltimore, MD on February 6, 2009. Loving Mother of John Kwicien and his wife Susanne of Baltimore, MD and Charles Marraccini and his wife Judi of Venice, FL. Sister of Frances Borowski of Wyckoff, Betty Scordamaglia of Bloomingdale, Lorraine Terrulli of Toms River and the late Clara Cobianchi and Thomas Cappuccio. Grandmother of Jason, Jessica, Wendy and Denise. Great grandmother of Zachary, Taylor and Connor.
NEWS
August 25, 2006
Services for Jennifer M. Clayton, a Carroll County public school educator, will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at Westminster United Methodist Church, 165 E. Main St. Mrs. Clayton, who was 38, died Aug. 17 at Maryland Shock Trauma Center after being struck by a car while riding her bike near New Windsor. She was born Jennifer Michele Testa in Livingston, N.J., and raised in Millstone Township, N.J. She earned a bachelor's degree in biology in 1990 from Western Maryland College, now McDaniel College, and a master's degree in biomedical sciences from Hood College in 1995.
NEWS
April 14, 2004
Frederick G. Keller, a retired railroader who played baseball for the old International League Orioles, died of a heart attack Saturday at his Ruxton home. He was 77. Mr. Keller was born in Baltimore and raised in Canton. He graduated in 1943 from Polytechnic Institute. A pitcher, he was 17 when he was signed by the Orioles. During World War II, he served in the Army as part of a baseball team that toured military bases. He played ball during the late 1940s until going to work for the Patapsco & Back River Railroad at Sparrows Point.
NEWS
September 30, 2007
The marriage of Miss Caroline Davidson Cutchins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Witherspoon Cutchins of Richmond, to David Alexander Koerber Boyd, son of Geoffrey and Linda Boyd, of Baltimore, took place July 14, 2007 at Saint Mary's Episcopal Church. Miss Elizabeth Matthews Cutchins of Richmond was her sister's maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Dr. Alexis Caroline Ahlfors Cutchins of Charlottesville, Virginia, Miss Ann Woods Cutchins of Charlottesville, Virginia, Miss Sangeeta Kirit Patel of Greenville, South Carolina, Miss Emily Hudson Brown of Atlanta, Georgia and Miss Elizabeth Ann Barnett of Washington, DC. Flower girl was Miss Calliope Ann Cutchins, niece of the bride.
NEWS
October 25, 1990
Julius A. Rainess, chairman of the board and chief executive officer of the D&H Distributing Co., died of heart failure Friday at his Northwest Baltimore home. He was 74.Services for Mr. Rainess were held Sunday.An employee of D&H, one of the nation's largest electronic, appliance and computer distributors, for nearly half a century, Mr. Rainess had been chief executive officer since 1982.Mr. Rainess, who was born in Bridgeport, Conn., joined the D&H sales division at the beginning of the U.S. involvement in World War II, and was soon serving in the Army.
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