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February 20, 1994
FREDERICK -- Frederick Community College will raise tuition 3.3 percent next year to $62 per semester hour for county residents.The college board of trustees approved the increase last weeas part of its $14.89 million fiscal 1995 budget. The budget is an increase of 5.4 percent, or $765,000, over fiscal 1994.Officials said the tuition increase is necessary because the state has repeatedly slashed its financial support since 1990, when tuition was $38 per semester hour.College officials also announced that M. Robert Ritchie Jr., developer of Holly Hills Country Club, has given more than $100,000 to the school's Children's Center, a child care facility under construction on the campus.
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By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | September 13, 2013
When Rep Stage opens its season this weekend with a production of Horton Foote's "A Young Lady of Property," a nostalgic piece by the author of "The Trip to Bountiful," it may seem like business as usual. The cast features some company regulars, such as Christine Demuth. And the play's director is Michael Stebbins, who ran Rep Stage for the past eight years. He'll be back again next month to star as the East German transvestite in Doug Wright's "I Am My Own Wife. " But if that makes the onstage offerings look familiar at the two-decade-old professional theater company based at Howard Community College, there's been quite a change offstage.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By SAM SESSA | June 14, 2007
Vince Coates used vibrant colors when making the paintings in his new exhibit at Frederick Community College. Titled Early Mornings and Late Nights, the exhibit features watercolors, acrylics and sculptures by Coates, an FCC student. Early Mornings and Late Nights runs through July 11 at Frederick Community College's Hodgson Art Gallery, 7932 Opossumtown Pike in Frederick. Gallery hours are 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Mondays-Thursdays and 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays. For more information, call 301-846-2513.
SPORTS
By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | June 14, 2012
Nine Division I college basketball players from Baltimore decided to transfer after the 2011-12 season. This week, two of those players decided on their new destinations. Cardinal Gibbons grad Jamar "Deuce" Briscoe , a Charlotte transfer, has committed to Mountain State University, an NAIA powerhouse located in Beckley, W.Va. Former Randallstown forward Alex Jackson , who left Quinnipiac, is headed to Division II Virginia State, according to CBSSports.com's Jeff Goodman . The other Baltimore transfers this offseason were: Roscoe Smith (Walbrook)
NEWS
June 29, 1996
Norbert 'Joe' Rottloff Jr., 42, city planner in FloridaA memorial Mass for Norbert "Joe" Rottloff Jr., a Lutherville native who had been planning director for Plantation, Fla., since 1989, will be offered at 10 a.m. today at the Roman Catholic Church of the Nativity, 1800 Vista Lane, Timonium.Mr. Rottloff, who was 42, died May 17 in Florida of an apparent heart attack.He began his city-planning career in 1979 with Manassas Park, Va., and was chief of comprehensive planning for Coral Springs, Fla., before taking the Plantation job.A 1971 graduate of Calvert Hall College, he earned his bachelor's degree in sociology from the University of Maryland in 1975, adding a master's degree in city planning in 1979.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Brad Schleicher | September 20, 2007
Annapolis brush off Catch the sixth annual Paint Annapolis competition, hosted by the Mid-Atlantic Plein Air Painters Association, this weekend in Historic Downtown Annapolis. Today through Saturday, visitors can watch 25 plein air landscape painters create two pieces of two-dimensional art in hopes of winning $5,000 in prizes. The painters will be set up throughout Annapolis and will paint at different times of day and night. Plein air painters of any skill level are invited to set up their easels throughout Annapolis and create their own art throughout the weekend.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,SUN STAFF | December 3, 1995
When Carolyn Kulp took up the flute four years ago at age 69, she didn't expect to be playing to an audience of more than one -- her husband, Russell Kulp.Tomorrow, Mrs. Kulp will give the first of her public performances this month, playing in a flute trio at Western Maryland College.And she's not even nervous."It's easier to play with other people than by yourself," said Mrs. Kulp, who will join her flute teacher, Linda Kirkpatrick, and fellow student Annette Gigone-Graves in the 7 p.m. concert at the college's Little Baker Chapel.
SPORTS
By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | June 14, 2012
Nine Division I college basketball players from Baltimore decided to transfer after the 2011-12 season. This week, two of those players decided on their new destinations. Cardinal Gibbons grad Jamar "Deuce" Briscoe , a Charlotte transfer, has committed to Mountain State University, an NAIA powerhouse located in Beckley, W.Va. Former Randallstown forward Alex Jackson , who left Quinnipiac, is headed to Division II Virginia State, according to CBSSports.com's Jeff Goodman . The other Baltimore transfers this offseason were: Roscoe Smith (Walbrook)
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By Jean Marie Beall and Jean Marie Beall,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 27, 2000
DAVID STULTZ can't remember when he wasn't interested in art. But it wasn't until he took a sculpture class at Frederick Community College a few years ago that he realized how much he wanted to be a sculptor who works in metal. It doesn't hurt that he comes from a family interested in metals. "Basically, I found out it's in my blood," said Stultz, 24, who lives in Linwood. "All my ancestors worked in metal. Dad [Richard Stultz] is a millwright at Lehigh Cement in Union Bridge. We had a blacksmith on my mom's side."
NEWS
By Ed McDonough and Ed McDonough,Staff writer | March 6, 1991
Tom Reese didn't take the normal route of an athletic standout, but he made his mark in wrestling anyway.The North Carroll High graduate worked for a few years after graduating in 1978, joined a friend as the wrestling "team" at Frederick Community College, then became one of the top wrestlers in the Atlantic Coast Conference at the University of Maryland in College Park, Prince George's County.Reese was rewarded for his outstanding, albeit unconventional, career by being selected to the Maryland State Wrestling Hall of Fame at last weekend's state wrestling tournament at Western Maryland College in Westminster.
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By Julie Bykowicz, The Baltimore Sun | June 21, 2011
The red-and-white placards outside the Motor Vehicle Administration office in Frederick strike some as an invitation: "Sign petition here. No in-state tuition for illegal immigrants. " One after another, supporters walk up. Over the course of the morning, Carol Geisbert welcomes, among others, a Montgomery County mother of three college-bound teens, a truck driver named Dewey Sayers and a 28-year-old Frederick Community College student wearing a Beastie Boys T-shirt. Two Carroll County sisters in their 60s practically skip to the table.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Brad Schleicher | September 20, 2007
Annapolis brush off Catch the sixth annual Paint Annapolis competition, hosted by the Mid-Atlantic Plein Air Painters Association, this weekend in Historic Downtown Annapolis. Today through Saturday, visitors can watch 25 plein air landscape painters create two pieces of two-dimensional art in hopes of winning $5,000 in prizes. The painters will be set up throughout Annapolis and will paint at different times of day and night. Plein air painters of any skill level are invited to set up their easels throughout Annapolis and create their own art throughout the weekend.
ENTERTAINMENT
By SAM SESSA | June 14, 2007
Vince Coates used vibrant colors when making the paintings in his new exhibit at Frederick Community College. Titled Early Mornings and Late Nights, the exhibit features watercolors, acrylics and sculptures by Coates, an FCC student. Early Mornings and Late Nights runs through July 11 at Frederick Community College's Hodgson Art Gallery, 7932 Opossumtown Pike in Frederick. Gallery hours are 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Mondays-Thursdays and 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays. For more information, call 301-846-2513.
NEWS
By Jean Marie Beall and Jean Marie Beall,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 27, 2000
DAVID STULTZ can't remember when he wasn't interested in art. But it wasn't until he took a sculpture class at Frederick Community College a few years ago that he realized how much he wanted to be a sculptor who works in metal. It doesn't hurt that he comes from a family interested in metals. "Basically, I found out it's in my blood," said Stultz, 24, who lives in Linwood. "All my ancestors worked in metal. Dad [Richard Stultz] is a millwright at Lehigh Cement in Union Bridge. We had a blacksmith on my mom's side."
NEWS
June 29, 1996
Norbert 'Joe' Rottloff Jr., 42, city planner in FloridaA memorial Mass for Norbert "Joe" Rottloff Jr., a Lutherville native who had been planning director for Plantation, Fla., since 1989, will be offered at 10 a.m. today at the Roman Catholic Church of the Nativity, 1800 Vista Lane, Timonium.Mr. Rottloff, who was 42, died May 17 in Florida of an apparent heart attack.He began his city-planning career in 1979 with Manassas Park, Va., and was chief of comprehensive planning for Coral Springs, Fla., before taking the Plantation job.A 1971 graduate of Calvert Hall College, he earned his bachelor's degree in sociology from the University of Maryland in 1975, adding a master's degree in city planning in 1979.
NEWS
By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,SUN STAFF | December 3, 1995
When Carolyn Kulp took up the flute four years ago at age 69, she didn't expect to be playing to an audience of more than one -- her husband, Russell Kulp.Tomorrow, Mrs. Kulp will give the first of her public performances this month, playing in a flute trio at Western Maryland College.And she's not even nervous."It's easier to play with other people than by yourself," said Mrs. Kulp, who will join her flute teacher, Linda Kirkpatrick, and fellow student Annette Gigone-Graves in the 7 p.m. concert at the college's Little Baker Chapel.
NEWS
By Julie Bykowicz, The Baltimore Sun | June 21, 2011
The red-and-white placards outside the Motor Vehicle Administration office in Frederick strike some as an invitation: "Sign petition here. No in-state tuition for illegal immigrants. " One after another, supporters walk up. Over the course of the morning, Carol Geisbert welcomes, among others, a Montgomery County mother of three college-bound teens, a truck driver named Dewey Sayers and a 28-year-old Frederick Community College student wearing a Beastie Boys T-shirt. Two Carroll County sisters in their 60s practically skip to the table.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | September 13, 2013
When Rep Stage opens its season this weekend with a production of Horton Foote's "A Young Lady of Property," a nostalgic piece by the author of "The Trip to Bountiful," it may seem like business as usual. The cast features some company regulars, such as Christine Demuth. And the play's director is Michael Stebbins, who ran Rep Stage for the past eight years. He'll be back again next month to star as the East German transvestite in Doug Wright's "I Am My Own Wife. " But if that makes the onstage offerings look familiar at the two-decade-old professional theater company based at Howard Community College, there's been quite a change offstage.
NEWS
February 20, 1994
FREDERICK -- Frederick Community College will raise tuition 3.3 percent next year to $62 per semester hour for county residents.The college board of trustees approved the increase last weeas part of its $14.89 million fiscal 1995 budget. The budget is an increase of 5.4 percent, or $765,000, over fiscal 1994.Officials said the tuition increase is necessary because the state has repeatedly slashed its financial support since 1990, when tuition was $38 per semester hour.College officials also announced that M. Robert Ritchie Jr., developer of Holly Hills Country Club, has given more than $100,000 to the school's Children's Center, a child care facility under construction on the campus.
NEWS
By Ed McDonough and Ed McDonough,Staff writer | March 6, 1991
Tom Reese didn't take the normal route of an athletic standout, but he made his mark in wrestling anyway.The North Carroll High graduate worked for a few years after graduating in 1978, joined a friend as the wrestling "team" at Frederick Community College, then became one of the top wrestlers in the Atlantic Coast Conference at the University of Maryland in College Park, Prince George's County.Reese was rewarded for his outstanding, albeit unconventional, career by being selected to the Maryland State Wrestling Hall of Fame at last weekend's state wrestling tournament at Western Maryland College in Westminster.
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