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December 15, 2006
HENRY HOEN THOMAS, 89, of Tinton Falls, died at home on Wednesday, December 13th. He was born in Glen Arm, Maryland, and had been a resident of Monmouth County for 52 years, previously residing in Middletown, Fair Haven, and Rumson. Henry graduated from Towson High School in Maryland. Having grown up in the country he had a love of horses and spent several years prior to college studies competing along the East Coast in steeple chase races. He received an undergraduate degree in Ceramic Engineering from North Carolina State College in Raleigh, North Carolina and spent 35 years working for the Pemco Corporation of Baltimore, Maryland.
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By Katherine Dunn | May 8, 2014
Maryland's Taylor Cummings and Megan Douty are among the five finalists announced Thursday for the women's Tewaaraton Award, given annually to the best player in college lacrosse. This is the second straight year the Terps have had two finalists. Katie Schwarzmann, who won the last two Tewaaratons, was joined by Alex Aust last season. Maryland players have won three of the past four Tewaaraton Awards and four in its 13-year history. In addition to Schwarzmann (Century), Caityln McFadden (Notre Dame Prep)
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | May 5, 2014
Maryland's Megan Douty was named the Atlantic Coast Conference Defensive Player of the Year Monday as the league announced the top indivdual awards as selected by the coaches. Terps rookie Zoe Stukenberg was named Co-Freshman of the Year and coach Cathy Reese is the Coach of the Year. Douty, a junior from Fair Haven, N.J., leads a Terps defense that has held teams to eight goals per game. They have allowed only six of 20 opponents to reach double digits. Stukenberg, last year's All-Metro Player of the Year at Marriotts Ridge, ranks fifth among the Terps in scoring with 32 goals and nine assists.
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By Katherine Dunn and The Baltimore Sun | May 5, 2014
Maryland's Megan Douty was named the Atlantic Coast Conference Defensive Player of the Year Monday as the league announced the top indivdual awards as selected by the coaches. Terps rookie Zoe Stukenberg was named Co-Freshman of the Year and coach Cathy Reese is the Coach of the Year. Douty, a junior from Fair Haven, N.J., leads a Terps defense that has held teams to eight goals per game. They have allowed only six of 20 opponents to reach double digits. Stukenberg, last year's All-Metro Player of the Year at Marriotts Ridge, ranks fifth among the Terps in scoring with 32 goals and nine assists.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn | May 8, 2014
Maryland's Taylor Cummings and Megan Douty are among the five finalists announced Thursday for the women's Tewaaraton Award, given annually to the best player in college lacrosse. This is the second straight year the Terps have had two finalists. Katie Schwarzmann, who won the last two Tewaaratons, was joined by Alex Aust last season. Maryland players have won three of the past four Tewaaraton Awards and four in its 13-year history. In addition to Schwarzmann (Century), Caityln McFadden (Notre Dame Prep)
NEWS
February 23, 2007
On Tuesday, February 20, 2007, ELEANOR C. McCARTY, daughter of George Cypher and Myra Abram of Butler, PA, mother of Myra McCarty-Paniculam of Ellicott City, MD, Thomas A. McCarty of Munster, PA, and David G. McCarty of Harrisonburg, VA, mother-in-law of George P. Paniculam, Susi Jacobson and Judith P. McCarty; loving grandmother of Holly Maginniss, Emily, Claire and Olivia McCarty, cherished great-grandmother of, Sophie and Sean Maginniss, one sister, Gen...
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By Compiled from the archives of the Historical Society of Carroll County | September 28, 1997
75 years agoCharles Scandalis, well-known in this city and having been employed at the Maryland Lunch Room, was shot and killed at Fair Haven, N.J. about a week ago. Scandalis was employed as a general prohibition agent and had charge of New York and New Jersey states until a short time ago. Before being a prohibition officer, he was a bootlegger and accumulated a fortune of $250,000, according to the administrators of his estate. He was killed by his chauffeur, Chas. Papas, who demanded his pay from Scandalis, which was five weeks overdue.
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June 1, 2012
As another graduation season is upon us, I can't help but think about certain graduates from past years. Brittany McComb, Class of '06, Foothill High School (Henderson, Nev.), Renee Griffith, Class of '08, Butte High School (Butte, Mont.) and Kyle Gearwar, Class of '11, Fair Haven Union High School (Fair Haven, Vt.) - all had their valedictory addresses censored because of religious content. The reason given was their speeches violated the First Amendment. The First Amendment is the one that guarantees the rights of religion and speech.
NEWS
August 5, 2007
Jill and Samuel Bruce Collins of Catonsville are delighted to announce the marriage of their daughter, April Nichole Collins to Christopher Russell Coberth, son of Carol and Gary Coberth, also of Catonsville. The couple was married on Saturday, June 2, 2007. The wedding and reception were held at the Belmont Conference Center in Elkridge, MD, and officiated by the Rev. Arthur Hebbeler, III. Both the bride and groom graduated from Catonsville High School in 1997. April graduated with a BA in Sociology and Elementary education from Randolph-Macon College in Ashland, VA in 2001.
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By Greg Tasker and Greg Tasker,Staff Writer | October 2, 1993
FREDERICK -- A week after committing to denouncing in writing activities by racist groups such as the Ku Klux Klan, directors of the Great Frederick Fair haven't issued the promised statement.James S. Grimes, the fair's president, said last week that such a statement would be made through the directors' attorney. Another director said the document would be made public this week.Both comments came amid last week's controversy over directors having allowed a car painted with racist innuendo to compete in a demolition derby.
NEWS
December 15, 2006
HENRY HOEN THOMAS, 89, of Tinton Falls, died at home on Wednesday, December 13th. He was born in Glen Arm, Maryland, and had been a resident of Monmouth County for 52 years, previously residing in Middletown, Fair Haven, and Rumson. Henry graduated from Towson High School in Maryland. Having grown up in the country he had a love of horses and spent several years prior to college studies competing along the East Coast in steeple chase races. He received an undergraduate degree in Ceramic Engineering from North Carolina State College in Raleigh, North Carolina and spent 35 years working for the Pemco Corporation of Baltimore, Maryland.
NEWS
October 17, 2008
Suzanne K. Glover, co-founder of a Columbia development company, died of cancer Sunday at the Glenwood home of a daughter. She was 73. Suzanne "Sue" Kreyns was born in Pearl River, N.Y., and raised in Red Bank, N.J. She was a 1953 graduate of Rumson-Fair Haven Regional High School and earned a bachelor's degree in marketing from the University of Arizona in 1958. She was married in 1957 to Earl Gettens Glover, who also was a student at the University of Arizona. The couple lived in the South and the Northeast before moving to Columbia in 1974 and establishing General American Real Estate and Development Inc. "They were the principal developer of condominium conversions in Columbia and at Cross Keys in Baltimore," said a daughter, Suzanne Glover O'Melia of Glenwood.
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By Robert M. Pennington from the archives of the Ann Arrundell County Historical Society | January 4, 1998
100 years agoThe steamer Emma Giles has discontinued her tri-weekly trips over the Annapolis and West River route for the winter. Yesterday was her last day. -- The Sun, Jan. 1, 1898.Naval Cadets gave their New Year hop last night. It was held in the armory with flags and bunting and some 500 attending. Dancing began after 8 o'clock and continued until 11 with music by the Naval Academy orchestra. -- The Sun, Jan. 1, 1898.A long-distance telephone will be placed in Governor Lowndes' office in the executive chamber in Annapolis.
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