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By June Arney and June Arney,SUN REPORTER | July 12, 2007
Leaders of the Greater Baltimore Board of Realtors, which for years served as an advocate for ground rent owners, are criticizing some of them for rushing to seize houses of delinquent rent-payers ahead of a recent change in state law and are proposing to help affected homeowners. The Realtors are talking with the Community Law Center in Baltimore about using their charitable foundation to help pay for review of ejectment lawsuits to ensure that they were conducted properly and that fees are "reasonable."
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | August 10, 2014
Buck Showalter has been frustrated by the ambiguity of baseball's new replay review system, so when a call was overturned against the Orioles in the seventh inning of the club's 8-3 loss to the St. Louis Cardinals on Sunday afternoon, the manager wanted some answers. When an initial forceout call at second base - Jonathan Schoop lost the ball on the exchange to his throwing hand - was overturned after a challenge by the Cardinals, Showalter jumped out of the dugout, headed toward the umpires and emphatically gestured that he wanted the headset to talk to the replay officials who reversed the call in New York.
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By June Arney and June Arney,sun reporter | July 1, 2007
Even though a state law ending ground-rent ejectments takes effect today, Baltimore residents will for years face the prospect of having their homes seized by investors or being hit with large fees over small unpaid land debts. About 775 cases - some dating to 2003 - are pending in Baltimore Circuit Court, including more than 300 new ones filed in June as ground-rent owners rushed to get cases logged in under the old law. There were 154 lawsuits filed on Friday alone. The Baltimore sheriff's department has scheduled ejectments into August and says it has no choice but to follow the old law permitting them.
SPORTS
By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | June 13, 2014
Quintin Berry is fast enough that many of his stolen bases are basically uncontested. In one fell swoop Thursday night with Triple-A Norfolk, he swiped second, third and home plate without even drawing a throw. It's too bad the Orioles minor leaguer already been thrown out of the game. Berry was ejected after singling with two outs in the ninth inning of the Thursday's loss in Syracuse. The video doesn't really say what he did to earn it, but the home plate umpire Tom Honec threw Berry out of the game and Berry didn't take the news well.
NEWS
June 25, 2010
On Sunday, The Baltimore Sun resumed hunting its favorite paper tiger — ground rent owners. In "Ground rent redux" (June 20) you again decried ground rent ejectments. Yet, ejectment is yesterday's news. Despite the editorial's claim, our class action does not seek to revive ejectment, now three years extinct. Rather, we merely seek to protect property and contractual rights to collect ground rent. Here, the editorial is again misinformed, saying "Owners still have the ability to collect their rents."
NEWS
August 1, 2007
School board OKs Williams as the system's chief of staff The Baltimore school board voted last night to appoint a retired Army officer as the chief of staff to Andres Alonso, the new chief executive officer. Bennie E. Williams, a Baltimore native who served 35 years in the Army, is scheduled to begin his new job today. The board's vote to appoint him was unanimous, with member Kalman R. "Buzzy" Hettleman absent. Williams, 57, graduated from Frederick Douglass High School in West Baltimore in 1968.
FEATURES
By George C. Wilson | April 18, 1993
From inside the airplane, the sound of disaster was like that o a treetop snapping off during a windstorm: Crrr-rack!Navy Lt. Sean Brennan, the test pilot, suddenly could not control the Lockheed S-3 Viking anti-submarine plane he had been putting through punishing maneuvers over the Chesapeake Bay near his base, the Patuxent River Naval Air Test Center in Lexington Park.Neither Brennan nor Navy Lt. Cmdr. Steve Eastburg, sitting alongside him in the co-pilot seat, knew what had happened to their twin-engine jet. All they knew was that the plane would kill them in the next few seconds unless they regained control of it or got out.Only afterward would the Navy learn that a big part of the S-3's tail had snapped off during the stressful swerving maneuvers.
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By Dave van Dyck, Tribune newspapers | October 8, 2010
MINNEAPOLIS — Maybe it's the Yankees themselves. Maybe it's the Twins knowing it's the Yankees. And maybe it's a lethal combination of both. Whatever the reason, the postseason domination continued Thursday night with the Yankees producing their fifth straight American League Division Series victory over the Twins, this one 5-2 at Target Field. Now one game from moving to the American League Championship Series, the Yankees have won four of those five games in the sixth inning or later, including this one when Lance Berkman's "second-chance" double in the seventh gave the Yankees a lead and led to an ejection for Twins manager Ron Gardenhire.
SPORTS
November 26, 2009
Capitals star Alex Ovechkin was ejected in the third period Wednesday night against Buffalo after drawing a major penalty for boarding. The banishment came 3:38 into the third period when he ran Buffalo's Patrick Kaleta into the boards opposite the benches. It was the second career ejection for Ovechkin, and both have come against Buffalo at Verizon Center. The first was Dec. 2, 2006, when he checked Daniel Briere from behind. Ovechkin scored his team-leading 17th goal in the first period.
NEWS
By From Staff Reports | August 28, 1994
Security officers at the Maryland State Fair chased away volunteers for at least four campaigns who had set up tables and were handing out literature yesterday.Fair policy prohibits distribution of fliers of any kind except in rented space in the exhibition hall.Spokeswoman Joan Neels said five candidates -- Republican gubernatorial hopefuls Ellen R. Sauerbrey and Helen Delich Bentley, Democratic gubernatorial candidate Melvin A. Steinberg, Democratic congressional candidate Gerry L. Brewster and Roger B. Hayden, the Baltimore County executive seeking re-election -- had rented space.
SPORTS
By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | May 13, 2014
Bud Norris silenced the Detroit Tigers hitters early in his outing Saturday night by pitching inside effectively, but when his 113th and final pitch sailed inside and hit right fielder Torii Hunter, it wasn't received well. Tempers flared and both teams' benches and bullpens emptied as Norris and Hunter jawed at each other, an outburst that provided more fireworks than the Orioles' offense in a 4-1 loss to the Tigers in front of an announced 24,517 at Camden Yards. Norris had just allowed a two-run homer to Tigers second baseman Ian Kinsler with two outs in the eighth inning, a dagger that spoiled an otherwise strong night for the Orioles right-hander.
NEWS
By Matthew Hay Brown, The Baltimore Sun | January 1, 2014
A 23-year-old man was in critical condition Wednesday after a one-car crash in Millersville, police said. Joseph Garrick Henehan of Millersville was driving westbound on Brightview Drive at about 7 a.m. when he failed to negotiate a curve near Sunnyview Drive, Anne Arundel County police Lt. T.J. Smith said. The 2005 Chevrolet Trailblazer began to spin, left the roadway and rolled over, Smith said. Henehan was ejected from the vehicle. Henehan, of 656 Stone Wheel Court West, was taken to University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, where he was being treated for life-threatening injuries, Smith said.
SPORTS
By Jonas Shaffer, The Baltimore Sun | December 31, 2013
Middle Tennessee State linebacker Roderic Blunt issued a public apology Tuesday for his role in an incident during Navy's 24-6 win Monday in the Armed Forces Bowl in which Blunt was seen reaching into Navy quarterback Keenan Reynolds' face mask after he was down and poking his eye. Blunt, who was not penalized after the third-quater play, was later ejected after his second of two unsportsmanlike-conduct penalties. Reynolds missed three plays while Navy staffers installed an emergency visor on his face mask.
NEWS
September 26, 2013
I disagree with several points in your recent editorial about the ejection of a disruptive parent from a school board meeting in Baltimore County ("Robert Small deserves an apology," Sept. 23). You state it would have been better if the Baltimore County school superintendent had allowed a small breach in protocol. But for a long time many citizens felt have that "protocol" is used only to allow questions that bolster officials' desires, not to explore the proposals in question. I saw the way Mr. Small was treated as ridiculous.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn | September 4, 2013
Gilman football coach Biff Poggi is calling for a public apology from the officials who ejected him from Sunday's game against Manatee (Fla.) in the Brothers In Arms Classic at Byrd Stadium after assessing him with two unsportsmanlike conduct penalties -- one of which was rescinded upon review after the game. “I'm really upset,” Poggi said. “This was a national [internet] broadcast. It was at Byrd Stadium. It was in front of my wife and my children, my team, my coaches, our school community, and these guys haphazardly executed the rules and threw me out in a nationally public forum and I've never been thrown out of a game ever.
NEWS
By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | August 2, 2013
The automatic distress signal came in to the Coast Guard about 10:30 p.m. Thursday: A D.C. Air National Guard pilot had ejected from a fighter jet some 35 miles off Chincoteague Island in Virginia. As a rescue team sprang into action, another fighter pilot was flying a damaged F-16C Fighting Falcon back to the D.C. air guard's headquarters at Joint Base Andrews in Prince George's County. Two others were circling the site where the fighters had collided. One jet was lost, to the likely tune of more than $20 million, and another was damaged.
SPORTS
By Mike Farabaugh | November 9, 1990
The Maryland Scholastic Association has adopted a policy to deal with athletes and coaches who are ejected from games. Beginning with the winter sports season, any player or coach who is ejected by a game official will draw a one-game suspension.MSA president Vince Bagli made the announcement following a special meeting of the MSA executive committee, called yesterday morning to rule on the fight in the waning minutes of last week's Patterson-Northern football game.The contest was halted after both teams brawled for nearly 10 minutes.
SPORTS
By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Staff Writer | September 26, 1993
BLACKSBURG, Va. -- Punches and a helmet flew in a bench-clearing fight that ended with two players from both Maryland and Virginia Tech ejected just before halftime.Terps starting linebacker Jaime Flores and reserve wide receiver Jermaine Stewart were banished for fighting, along with Hokies rushing leader Dwayne Thomas and substitute tight end Kevin Martin. Thomas had 18 carries for 93 yards.The incident started after Virginia Tech linebacker George DelRicco blocked a 25-yard field-goal try by Ken Lytle with three seconds left in the half.
SPORTS
By Daniel Gallen, The Baltimore Sun | June 27, 2013
If there was one thing Orioles fans were accustomed to since last August, it was the presence of Manny Machado manning third base. Since his call-up on Aug, 9, 2012, Machado had played every possible inning of every game with the Orioles. But in the fifth inning of Thursday night's contest against the Cleveland Indians, Machado was ejected for arguing with home plate umpire Will Little. It snapped a streak of 1,206 consecutive innings played by Machado to begin his major league career.
SPORTS
By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | June 21, 2013
TORONTO -- Orioles manager Buck Showalter was ejected from Friday night's game against the Blue Jays in the second inning after a heated argument with home plate umpire Angel Hernandez. On the play in question, Chris Davis swung at a down and in knuckleball from R.A. Dickey on a 1-2 count. The pitch got by catcher Josh Thole and Davis began running to first as if it was a dropped third strike. But Hernandez called the play dead, ruling it a foul ball. Dickey and Blue Jays manager John Gibbons argued with Hernandez, who gathered the umpiring crew together and ultimately called Davis out. That prompted Showalter to jump out of the Orioles dugout and launch into emphatic argument with Hernandez.
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