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April 24, 1994
John Carroll School newspaper honoredThe John Carroll School student newspaper, Patriot, received the General Excellence Award for the best overall high school newspaper at the 1994 Student Journalism Contest for the Archdiocese of Baltimore. The contest was sponsored by the Catholic Review.This marks the second year in a row that the Patriot has won in the general excellence category. The newspaper captured first place in five of the 10 categories.Joan of Arc pupil gets poem publishedA poem by Brad Lhotsky, a seventh-grade student at St. Joan of Arc school in Aberdeen, will appear in the 1994 edition of VTC Anthology of Poetry by Young Americans," to be published this month.
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By Tanya Jones and Tanya Jones,Sun Staff Writer | April 23, 1995
A nominating committee of former educators, students and citizens has selected the 10 finalists for the Harford County Teacher of the Year Award.The winner will be announced at a banquet Thursday.County businesses have come together to honor the finalists and the winner.The Bayou Restaurant in Havre de Grace is sponsoring the banquet for the finalists, guests and officials.This year's winner will receive the free use of a new Buick for one year from Boyle Buick of Abingdon, along with a clock, a watch and other gifts.
NEWS
By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,Sun Staff Writer | July 18, 1995
A 20-year-old Baldwin man has been indicted by a Harford County grand jury on 11 charges, including homicide by motor vehicle while intoxicated, in the deaths of two Fallston teen-agers killed last month as they walked along Route 152.Christopher William Smith of the 3100 block of Wellington Way was named in the 11-count indictment filed July 12 in Circuit Court and made public yesterday by Harford County Circuit Court.A warrant for Mr. Smith's arrest was signed yesterday, but State's Attorney Joseph I. Cassilly, the chief prosecutor for Harford, said arrangements already had been worked out with lawyers that Mr. Smith would surrender voluntarily.
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By Nick Madigan and Nick Madigan,Sun Reporter | August 13, 2008
The lush 12-acre field, bordered by huge oaks and a rippling creek, would have been the perfect setting for a country house, with plenty of room for a few horses to gallop around. That, at least, was Ann Paszkiewicz's vision six years ago, when she paid $250,000 for the property near Fallston High School in Harford County. But yesterday, Paszkiewicz and other residents of the area who have been fighting a proposed natural-gas pipeline got the full measure of what the construction might mean to their properties.
NEWS
December 7, 2008
Up a creek: Some Anne Arundel County residents say Fox Creek should be dredged to improve water quality and give boaters access from the Severn River. Other residents, and some environmentalists, oppose the plan. A panel that includes Gov. Martin O'Malley has been asked to decide the matter. Right to vote: Like other members of the Harford County school board, D.J. Sigworth takes in hours of policy debates and PowerPoint presentations. But when the talking is done, Sigworth, the board's student member, cannot vote.
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By Sherrie Ruhl and Sherrie Ruhl,Harford County Bureau | May 12, 1992
BEL AIR -- Harford County's public school system will be the first in Maryland to prohibit all tobacco use in its buildings and vehicles as the result of a unanimous vote by the school board last night.The ban on use of tobacco products by school employees, including chewing tobacco, takes effect July 1.Students already are barred from smoking on public school property statewide.The Prince George's County school board has adopted a similar smoking ban for employees, but it will not take effect until September.
NEWS
September 10, 1995
Student's degree in safety, hygieneChris M. Gowetski received a bachelor of science degree in occupational safety and hygiene management during ceremonies Aug. 19 at Millersville University of Pennsylvania.She is the daughter of Robert and Andrea Gowetski of Edgewood.Woman appointed hall directorGina Marconi, daughter of Enzo and Arlene Marconi of Fallston, has been appointed hall director at Lynchburg College, a private school in Central Virginia.The hall director is responsible for management of the residence hall, including overseeing and managing the staff of resident assistants.
NEWS
By Sherrie Ruhl and Sherrie Ruhl,Harford County Bureau | May 12, 1992
BEL AIR -- Harford County's public school system will be the first in Maryland to prohibit all tobacco use in its buildings and vehicles as the result of a unanimous vote by the six-member school board last night.The ban on use of tobacco products by school employees, including chewing tobacco, takes effect July 1.Students are already barred from smoking on public school property statewide.The Prince George's County school board has adopted a similar smoking ban for employees, but it will not take effect until September.
NEWS
December 17, 2006
School to help African hospital Trinity Lutheran School in Joppa annually adopts a project to help others. For this school year, the project is to collect 1 million pennies to help build a medical center in Zimbabwe. One million represents the number of Zimbabwean children who have been orphaned by AIDS. All grades are participating in the project, and they have raised $1,200. The school recently hosted Pastor Lloyd Nyarota from Zimbabwe, the area project coordinator for the United Methodist Church in his country.
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | November 13, 1994
Candy Credito and Becky Robinson, Fallston High School seniors on the same track academically but with divergent sports backgrounds, have received full athletic scholarships to NCAA Division I universities.Credito is an honors student with a 4.0 grade-point average, president of the school's chapter of the National Honor Society, and an All-County athlete in three sports. She will concentrate her athletic time on basketball at the University of North Carolina-Asheville.Credito expects to major in international business, followed by graduate studies.
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