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December 20, 2005
On December 15, 2005 BARBARA C. EXUM, beloved wife of Daniel Exum, devoted mother of Jacqueline Exum-Petty, Keith D. and Jeffrey Exum. She is also survived by three loving grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. On Wednesday Mrs. Exum will lie instate at the 1st Baptist Church of Guilford, 7501 Guilford Road where the family will receive friends from 6 to 9 P.M. On Thursday the family will receive friends from 10 to 11 A.M. with services to follow. Inquiries to Vaughn C. Greene Funeral Service 410-233-2400.
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Sports Digest | December 6, 2011
College basketball Terps ' Stoglin honored as ACC Player of Week Maryland sophomore guard Terrell Stoglin was named Atlantic Coast Conference Player of the Week on Monday after averaging 28 points and four rebounds as the Terrapins split a pair of games. The conference's leading scorer (22.4points per game), Stoglin opened the week with a 25-point, three-rebound effort in a 71-62 loss to Illinois. In Sunday's 78-71 win over Notre Dame in the BB&T Classic, Stoglin had a game-high 31 points, hitting on 11 of 20 shots from the field and pulling down five rebounds.
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NEWS
November 20, 2004
On November 15, 2004 COURTNEY J. beloved brother Deanna Mc Cullough. Also survived by one daughter Natalia Exum and one son Courtez Manning. Family will receive friends on Saturday 10 a.m. Funeral 10:30 a.m. in the Chapel of Wylie Funeral Home, 638 N. Gilmor St. Interment following. Inquiries atwww.wyliefuneralhome.com.
SPORTS
By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | March 16, 2011
Lingering uncertainty from the NFL lockout filtered down to the Maryland campus, where wide receiver Torrey Smith, linebacker Alex Wujciak and 13 other draft-eligible former Terps ran, jumped and lifted weights Wednesday in front of about 30 scouts. The prospects, particularly the lesser-known ones, tried not to focus on the labor situation that has complicated efforts to latch on with a professional club. But it was hard ignore the facts. As long as it continues, the lockout will prevent teams from signing free agents.
NEWS
December 21, 2005
Barbara Exum, a retired credit manager who lived in the Howard County community of Guilford, died Thursday at Johns Hopkins Hospital after suffering a heart attack. She was 78. Born Barbara Credelle Moore in Guilford, she was a graduate of Lakeland High School in Prince George's County. She attended Morgan State University. In the early 1950s, she was a substitute teacher in the Howard County schools and was later a credit manager at a Montgomery Ward store in Laurel. Mrs. Exum organized an annual Thanksgiving dinner for patients at Springfield State Hospital.
NEWS
May 3, 2003
Maryland Transportation Authority police arrested two men in White Marsh yesterday on charges of using bogus checks to purchase $3,700 worth of merchandise in a shopping spree across Baltimore and Anne Arundel counties. Police pulled over a car on Interstate 95 about 4 p.m. after noticing that the driver, Tahai Jamar Exum, 26, of Pine Hill, N.J., wasn't wearing his seat belt, police said. Officer Christopher Reiber found that Exum was wanted on a warrant for violating probation on a New Jersey fraud charge.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | July 23, 1998
In a closed meeting yesterday, the Maryland legislature's ethics committee debated whether a delegate, who faces questions about lobbying on his company's behalf, made a mistake with a recent fund-raising letter, sources said.Del. Nathaniel Exum, a Democrat who chaired the Prince George's delegation, recently mailed a letter soliciting campaign donations on stationery that included his government telephone numbers. But he included a disclaimer that his campaign paid for the stationery.Maryland lawmakers are forbidden from running their re-election campaigns from their state-funded offices.
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By Sherry Joe and Sherry Joe,Staff Writer | December 17, 1992
At first glance, Dale Jeffries thought she had stumbled upon an eyeglass case as she left a Blockbuster Video store in Elkridge last Saturday.On closer inspection, the tan leather case turned out to be a wallet filled with $2,000 in cash."
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By William F. Zorzi Jr. and William F. Zorzi Jr.,SUN STAFF | March 17, 1998
The Senate chairman of the Maryland General Assembly's joint ethics committee said yesterday the panel will not take up any more media-generated allegations of ethical breaches by members of the legislature in the remaining four weeks of the 90-day session.Sen. Michael J. Collins, a Baltimore County Democrat who is co-chairman of the committee, said the 12-member panel will be too consumed by legislative business to properly investigate possible violations of state ethics laws."No further news reports on individual members will be considered during the session because we simply do not have time," Collins said.
NEWS
March 14, 2008
A victory for students A silly dispute over a proposed period of shared planning time has ended as it should have, with a decision in favor of Baltimore teachers joining with principals for one period each week to trade ideas on successes in the classroom. As the new kid on the block last year, city schools CEO Andres Alonso nearly had the welcome mat pulled out from under him by the teachers union, which stubbornly resisted his call for collaborative planning. Many effective schools use these joint sessions to figure out ways to improve student achievement.
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By Childs Walker | childs.walker@baltsun.com | March 2, 2010
The former dean of the University of Maryland School of Law has offered to repay $60,000 in compensation questioned by a state audit and is "deeply sorry over any negative impact" the audit's findings have caused, according to a letter released Monday by her attorney. The letter says that former dean Karen Rothenberg offered to return the $60,000 to David Ramsay, outgoing president of the University of Maryland, Baltimore, upon learning on Feb. 16 that the audit had raised concerns about payments she received for summer research between fiscal years 2007 and 2009.
SPORTS
By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,SUN REPORTER | April 21, 2008
The physical differences between E.J. and Erin Henderson are mostly subtle, mostly slight. Six years, maybe five pounds and perhaps two inches are all that really separate these football-playing brothers. Personality, now that's a night-and-day story. "He's a little more introverted, I'm a little more extroverted," Erin said when he met with reporters in February at the NFL's scouting combine in Indianapolis. That became apparent with the next question. How long did it take to get the reserved E.J. out of his shell?
NEWS
March 14, 2008
A victory for students A silly dispute over a proposed period of shared planning time has ended as it should have, with a decision in favor of Baltimore teachers joining with principals for one period each week to trade ideas on successes in the classroom. As the new kid on the block last year, city schools CEO Andres Alonso nearly had the welcome mat pulled out from under him by the teachers union, which stubbornly resisted his call for collaborative planning. Many effective schools use these joint sessions to figure out ways to improve student achievement.
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By Julie Scharper and Julie Scharper,Sun Reporter | February 14, 2007
For children, it might seem a gift from above - an unscheduled holiday of sledding and snowball fights, or a chance to sleep in and then laze in front of the TV. But what parent hasn't spent at least one snow day wondering: Shouldn't that kid be in school? Now a college professor is launching a study to measure the brain drain that comes when slick roads close schoolhouse doors. When youngsters are sliding down snow-covered hills, their test scores might also be falling, says University of Maryland, Baltimore County public policy professor David Marcotte.
NEWS
December 21, 2005
Barbara Exum, a retired credit manager who lived in the Howard County community of Guilford, died Thursday at Johns Hopkins Hospital after suffering a heart attack. She was 78. Born Barbara Credelle Moore in Guilford, she was a graduate of Lakeland High School in Prince George's County. She attended Morgan State University. In the early 1950s, she was a substitute teacher in the Howard County schools and was later a credit manager at a Montgomery Ward store in Laurel. Mrs. Exum organized an annual Thanksgiving dinner for patients at Springfield State Hospital.
NEWS
December 20, 2005
On December 15, 2005 BARBARA C. EXUM, beloved wife of Daniel Exum, devoted mother of Jacqueline Exum-Petty, Keith D. and Jeffrey Exum. She is also survived by three loving grandchildren and a host of other relatives and friends. On Wednesday Mrs. Exum will lie instate at the 1st Baptist Church of Guilford, 7501 Guilford Road where the family will receive friends from 6 to 9 P.M. On Thursday the family will receive friends from 10 to 11 A.M. with services to follow. Inquiries to Vaughn C. Greene Funeral Service 410-233-2400.
SPORTS
By Philip Hersh and Philip Hersh,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 1, 2003
CHICAGO - The international track federation said yesterday the U.S. Olympic Committee acted properly in allowing Carl Lewis and seven other athletes to compete at the 1988 Olympic Games after doping controls at the U.S. trials had found traces of banned stimulants in their urine samples. Upon review this week of documentation received in 1988 about the eight positive findings, the International Association of Athletics Federations committee said the USOC actions were "in accordance with rules and regulations in place at the time."
NEWS
By Melissa Harris and Melissa Harris,SUN STAFF | August 10, 2005
Howard County prosecutors dropped a handgun charge yesterday against NBA player and former University of Maryland basketball star Christopher Wilcox, saying police illegally detained him after an alcohol-related traffic stop in June. With his mother and other relatives in the courtroom, Wilcox, 22, stood before District Judge Alice P. Clark in a white, long-sleeved sweater and khaki pants for less than five minutes as the prosecutor explained that police should not have instructed a drug dog to sniff the car because Wilcox had already passed a sobriety test.
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