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By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special to The Sun | February 17, 1994
Another night, another championship for Perry Hall.No. 8 Perry Hall, which won the Baltimore County title Tuesday, won the final three matches to score a come-from-behind 38-24 victory over No. 9 Eastern Technical and capture the Class 3A-4A North Region championship last night at Randallstown.Perry Hall (16-0) advances to the Class 3A-4A state semifinals Saturday at Westminster.Neither team led by more than eight and the lead changed hands six times. This was Perry Hall's third straight night of wrestling, and the Gators needed to work.
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By From staff reports | August 18, 1999
In Baltimore CityHigh level of bacteria causing Legionnaires' found at rehab centerAfter detecting a high level of the bacteria that cause Legionnaires' disease in a water tank, Maryland Rehabilitation Center on Argonne Drive sent home 120 disabled clients who live there during the week, and canceled classes for 180 others yesterday and today.No one has contracted the disease, an acute and sometimes fatal form of pneumonia. The bacteria were detected during a routine check of the water system, and authorities planned to flush the building's water system last night to kill the bacteria.
SPORTS
By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 11, 1997
Larry Jaski waited two years for this moment.The Eastern Tech heavyweight vividly remembers his loss to Dulaney's Ryan Frost in January 1995. Frost escaped from his back in the third period to pin Jaski for his first varsity victory to give Dulaney its first win over the Mavericks.But the two met again last night in a situation amazingly similar to the first match -- and Jaski was the hero this time.With the match again on the line in the night's final bout, Jaski scored a 7-2 victory over Frost that gave No. 13 Eastern Technical a 32-30 come-from-behind victory at No. 15 Dulaney in Baltimore County Division II battle.
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By From staff reports | February 26, 1998
The warden of the state-run Central Booking and Intake Center in Baltimore has resigned to direct the correctional division of a Utah company that runs private prisons.Alfred I. Murphy has run the $56-million, high-tech facility since it opened 2 1/2 years ago. "I came here to build this place, to get it up and running," Murphy, whose last day is March 6, said yesterday.Leonard A. Sipes Jr., a spokesman for the state public safety agency, said Murphy's departure had nothing to do with the erroneous release of an inmate Friday.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Jeff Seidel | December 8, 1994
It's a new wrestling season, but it's the same story in the Baltimore County public schools race.Owings Mills, Perry Hall and Eastern Technical should be the teams everyone else is chasing.In Class 3A-4A, Perry Hall (16-1), which lost to Frederick in the state semifinals of dual-match competition, has Jeff Langrehr taking over for longtime Gators coach Al Miller. The Gators won a close dual-meet match over Eastern Tech and coach Joe Gast, who hopes his Mavericks can take Perry Hall this year.
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By Liz Bowie and Liz Bowie,SUN STAFF | June 16, 2004
In the second year of a state test aimed at making schools more accountable, all of Maryland's 24 school districts improved their performance, with elementary grades showing the most significant gains. Despite the upward trend, hundreds of schools could be labeled as failing later this month and face sanctions because they are not improving fast enough to meet federal standards. Among the thousands of pieces of data in the Maryland School Assessment results released yesterday were a few surprises.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 16, 2002
In Baltimore County Council approves stricter zoning rules for medical facilities TOWSON - The Baltimore County Council unanimously approved stricter zoning regulations last night for methadone clinics and other medical facilities. Responding to proposals for two methadone clinics within a half-mile of each other in Pikesville, Councilman Kevin Kamenetz, a Democrat who represents the area, proposed restrictions to keep the facilities in manufacturing, business or office zones, provided they are at least 750 feet from residential property.
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By From staff reports | August 20, 2001
In Baltimore County Redistricting panel will meet Aug. 29 at Towson University TOWSON - The Governor's Redistricting Advisory Committee will hold a public meeting Aug. 29 for Baltimore County residents to discuss redistricting of congressional and state legislative districts. The meeting will begin at 7 p.m. in the Concert Hall of Towson University's Center for the Arts, Cross Campus and Osler drives. Information: 410-974-5521. Harvard publication lauds school's program for seniors ESSEX - Eastern Technical High School and its efforts to keep high school seniors focused on learning are featured in the current issue of The Harvard Education Letter.
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By Jonathan Rockoff and Jonathan Rockoff,SUN STAFF | July 15, 2002
The books are stowed, papers cleared and all that remains on his office walls are the hangers that held up his many plaques. Eleven years after taking over a moribund vocational school that prepared students for some jobs that didn't exist, Robert J. Kemmery is leaving the nationally recognized academic powerhouse that he built. "I don't have this out of my system yet," the principal said on the second-to-last day in his Eastern Technical High School office in Essex. Kemmery had just given a tour of the school to his replacement and explained what more he wanted to accomplish when he turned to his guest and said: "No, wait a minute.
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By Liz Bowie, The Baltimore Sun | September 9, 2010
Seven Maryland schools were designated Thursday as national Blue Ribbon Schools of Excellence, an award given to those with consistently high performance or a high percentage of economically disadvantaged students who have shown significant improvement. Five of the schools are public, including Eastern Technical High in Baltimore County and Ellicott Mills Middle in Howard County, and two are Catholic. "This is one of the nation's most significant awards presented to public schools," state schools Superintendent Nancy S. Grasmick said in a statement.
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