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October 9, 2005
On October 5, 2005, FAWN KIMBERLY CLARK FIORINI. Beloved mother of Farren Clark and Patrick Snowden; grandmother of Dominick Duncan; daughter of Renee Burton and Ronald Fiorini; step-daughter of Billy Burton; sister of Cherie, Denise and Darrin Fiorini and Mandy Arnold; aunt of Victor, Serena, John, Nolan and Dalara. A private memorial service is being held for immediate family only. The family request that you keep Fawn and her family in your prayers.
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NEWS
September 23, 2011
Two recent news articles lead me to question the values of both our society and The Sun. The first was the announcement of the obscene amount of money Ravens defensive lineman Haloti Ngata is being paid - $61 million - to play football through 2015. There is no other word for it at a time when teachers, police and firefighters - the people who actually affect other people's lives - are being laid off or underpaid, and when elected leaders at all levels don't earn anywhere near the amount athletes get. What contribution to society does an athlete make that deserves such an outrageous sum of money?
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NEWS
February 28, 2003
On Feb. 26, 2003, DONALD E. MORRIS of White Hall, MD; husband of Carolyn D. (nee Duncan) Morris; father of Susan M. Birchfield and her husband, Larry, and Michael E. Morris and his wife, Karen; grandfather of Jacob D. and Bethany C. Birchfield; brother of E. Lee Morris and Jean Bryan; brother-in-law of Robert N. Duncan. Funeral services will be held at 2 P.M., Sunday, March 2 at Fawn United Methodist Church, 67 Market St. Fawn Grove, PA. Interment in Fawn Grove Cemetery. Friends may call at the church from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. on Saturday.
NEWS
By Eileen Ambrose, The Baltimore Sun | September 12, 2010
Firefighters blocked the intersection of High and Fawn streets in Little Italy Sunday morning after a fire broke out in an underground conduit. The fire was discovered at about 6 a.m., Fire Capt. Paul Demme said. Witnesses said flames could be seen rising from a manhole. No one was injured, Demme said. The cause remains under investigation.
NEWS
April 20, 1995
FIRE* Deer Park: Gamber, Westminster and Reese were dispatched to a house fire in the 1800 block of Fawn Way at 6:29 p.m. Tuesday. Units were out five minutes.
NEWS
December 20, 2005
On December 16, 2005, ELIZABETH (nee Tyson) BRITTON of Pylesville, MD. Loving wife of the late Hanlon K. Britton. Devoted mother of Richard H., Robert T. and the late David D. Britton. Funeral service on Friday, December 23 at 11:00 A.M. at Harkins Funeral Home, 600 Main St., Delta, PA. Visitation on Thursday, December 22 from 7 to 9 P.M. at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be sent to Fawn UM Church Building Fund, 67 S. Market St., Fawn Grove, PA 17321.
NEWS
By Mike Farabaugh and Mike Farabaugh,Staff Writer | August 27, 1993
Two volunteer firefighters are seeking $650,000 for injuries and damage suffered three years ago in the collision of a fire engine and a car in northern Harford County.Lawyers for Beverly G. Leftwich of Pylesville and Richard K. Brooks III of White Hall, who were riding the fire engine to an emergency call, filed the lawsuit in Harford County Circuit Court in Bel Air yesterday on behalf of the plaintiffs and their spouses.The suit names the driver of the car, David Edward Brode Jr. of Fallston; the driver of the fire engine, Cletus Norman Heaps of Pylesville; and the Citizens Volunteer Fire Company of Fawn Grove, Pa., as co-defendants.
NEWS
By Eileen Ambrose, The Baltimore Sun | September 12, 2010
Firefighters blocked the intersection of High and Fawn streets in Little Italy Sunday morning after a fire broke out in an underground conduit. The fire was discovered at about 6 a.m., Fire Capt. Paul Demme said. Witnesses said flames could be seen rising from a manhole. No one was injured, Demme said. The cause remains under investigation.
NEWS
By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,Evening Sun Staff | December 17, 1990
A Harford County firefighter was fatally injured when a fire engine responding to a medical call struck a car at Five Forks and overturned, State Police said today.Four other firefighters and the driver of the car were injured in the accident, which occurred shortly after 9 o'clock last night at Md. 24 and Md. 136, between Pylesville and Fawn Grove, Pa., police said.Thomas Hicks, 44, of Pylesville, who had been riding on the back of the fire engine, was trapped under the vehicle when it turned over, police said.
NEWS
By Suzanne Loudermilk and Suzanne Loudermilk,Sun Staff Writer | September 1, 1994
A modern-day war between the states has resulted in the secession of Harford County volunteer firefighters from a 75-year-old fire company on the Maryland-Pennsylvania border.The split among the 75 members of the Citizens Volunteer Fire Company, which had firehouses in Fawn Grove, Pa., and Pylesville in Harford County, led to formation of the new Norrisville Volunteer Fire Company. The move was overwhelmingly approved by the Harford County Fire and Ambulance Association in a closed meeting Tuesday night.
NEWS
By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,peter.hermann@baltsun.com | June 24, 2009
When Brett Rogers bought his house on Fawn Street in Little Italy in 1999 for $115,500, the budding attorney was 24, living with roommates and happy to rehab the property. His home was surrounded by two public housing complexes, the water and a parking lot. Living in the city with its crime and grime was a challenge but also an adventure. He kept his Baltimore house when he moved to New York's Upper East Side a few years later, took a job as a corporate attorney for an international bank on Wall Street and married.
NEWS
By Stephanie Desmon and Stephanie Desmon,Sun reporter | April 27, 2008
Freshly scrubbed and primped for his grand entrance at the appointed moment yesterday morning - exactly 10 minutes before 10 - the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore's baby elephant was introduced to his public, not at all fazed by the crowd thrilled to catch their first glimpse of the scampering calf. Along with the camera flashes and cries of "there he is," the pint-sized pachyderm got something else - a name. More than 1,600 names were submitted and more than 12,000 people voted, choosing the biblical name Samson for the first African elephant born at the zoo in its 132-year history.
NEWS
December 20, 2005
On December 16, 2005, ELIZABETH (nee Tyson) BRITTON of Pylesville, MD. Loving wife of the late Hanlon K. Britton. Devoted mother of Richard H., Robert T. and the late David D. Britton. Funeral service on Friday, December 23 at 11:00 A.M. at Harkins Funeral Home, 600 Main St., Delta, PA. Visitation on Thursday, December 22 from 7 to 9 P.M. at the funeral home. Memorial contributions may be sent to Fawn UM Church Building Fund, 67 S. Market St., Fawn Grove, PA 17321.
NEWS
October 9, 2005
On October 5, 2005, FAWN KIMBERLY CLARK FIORINI. Beloved mother of Farren Clark and Patrick Snowden; grandmother of Dominick Duncan; daughter of Renee Burton and Ronald Fiorini; step-daughter of Billy Burton; sister of Cherie, Denise and Darrin Fiorini and Mandy Arnold; aunt of Victor, Serena, John, Nolan and Dalara. A private memorial service is being held for immediate family only. The family request that you keep Fawn and her family in your prayers.
FEATURES
By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,SUN MOVIE CRITIC | March 28, 2003
Fidel is blinded by the light of Fidel Castro. But this idolatrous documentary is revealing in spite of itself, as a set of political fans' notes. Filmmaker Estela Bravo depicts Cuba's dictator as a happy warrior and a secular saint. She turns his extraordinary career into a gospel of anti-colonialism, socialism and Third World resurgence: a Stations of the Hammer and the Sickle with the resurrection of Cuba and the survival of its leader as the happy ending. She trots, quickly and haphazardly, through what his nemesis President Kennedy would have called a profile in courage.
NEWS
February 28, 2003
On Feb. 26, 2003, DONALD E. MORRIS of White Hall, MD; husband of Carolyn D. (nee Duncan) Morris; father of Susan M. Birchfield and her husband, Larry, and Michael E. Morris and his wife, Karen; grandfather of Jacob D. and Bethany C. Birchfield; brother of E. Lee Morris and Jean Bryan; brother-in-law of Robert N. Duncan. Funeral services will be held at 2 P.M., Sunday, March 2 at Fawn United Methodist Church, 67 Market St. Fawn Grove, PA. Interment in Fawn Grove Cemetery. Friends may call at the church from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. on Saturday.
NEWS
By Phyllis Brill and Phyllis Brill,Sun Staff Writer | February 5, 1995
Members of the Citizens Volunteer Fire Company and Norrisville firefighters who seceded from the Pennsylvania company last summer have approved a settlement of the distribution of joint property in their "divorce."The agreement essentially gives title to the Harford County firehouse to the Norrisville firefighters and returns two major pieces of fire equipment that have been housed there to the 75-year-old Citizens company in Fawn Grove, Pa.The split of the 75-member company began in August, when the Harford County Fire and Ambulance Association voted to secede from Citizens.
NEWS
By Karen Zeiler and Karen Zeiler,Contributing Writer | October 24, 1994
Charles W. Shrodes, who conducted public auctions in Harford County and York County, Pa., for more than four decades, died of cancer Thursday at his home in Norrisville. He was 77."He was an old-time country auctioneer [who sold] everything from livestock to antiques to farm machinery," said his son, David W. Shrodes of Norrisville.Auctioneering was an occupation that came naturally to Mr. Shrodes and manifested itself early. In a 1970 interview with The Evening Sun, he said: "I guess you could say . . . that I really started auctioneering when I was 10 years old. I used to auction off the cupcakes left after Sunday school festivals."
NEWS
June 30, 2002
The Wildlife and Heritage Service of the Maryland Department of Natural Resources reminds residents that fawns, sometimes seen alone in fields or in the woods in spring and summer, should not be disturbed. Moving the young animals is both harmful to them and against the law. Most fawns have been hidden by their mothers and are not orphans. The doe feeds and moves her fawn to a new hiding place every few hours. Fawns have almost no odor and their spotted coats are effective camouflage against predators.
NEWS
By Jean Marbella and Jean Marbella,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | June 3, 2002
MOUNT HOREB, Wis. - To everything there is a season, and for those who both love and hunt the state's white-tailed deer, this is usually the season of birth, a time when local drivers instinctively slow down on the roads because any doe emerging from the woods is likely followed a few unsteady steps behind by its newly born fawn. But this spring, in a proposition that has unnerved, if not appalled, many of them, hunters are being asked to kill every deer in a 361-square-mile "hot zone" where a fatal illness similar to mad cow disease has been detected.
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