Advertisement
HomeCollectionsFrederick Memorial
IN THE NEWS

Frederick Memorial

FEATURED ARTICLES
NEWS
By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Sun Staff Writer | August 11, 1995
Frederick Memorial Hospital plans to open an outpatient medical center in the Dubbaneh Plaza building in an attempt to capture a larger share of the health care market in Mount Airy.The hospital bought the facility, at South Main Street and Ridgeville Boulevard, for $2.3 million, said Ken Coffey, director of marketing and development with Frederick Memorial Hospital."This culminates a search that has been conducted over the last two years," Mr. Coffey said. "We have been looking at the Mount Airy area for that long to try to come up with ways to provide more convenient outpatient health care services to the people of that region."
ARTICLES BY DATE
NEWS
By GREG GARLAND | May 21, 2007
Three young men suffered gunshot wounds, apparently after an altercation involving a large group outside a Frederick County community center late Saturday, authorities said yesterday. Names and conditions of the victims and details of the shooting remained sketchy. Cpl. Jennifer Bailey, a spokeswoman for the Frederick County Sheriff's Office, said one victim was flown to Maryland Shock Trauma Center with a head wound, and the other two went to Frederick Memorial Hospital. Bailey said that Deputy 1st Class Jose Rivera was on routine patrol about 11:40 p.m. when he saw a crowd outside the Discovery Community Center in Walkersville.
Advertisement
NEWS
January 31, 1991
Services for Matthew J. Powlen, vice president for administration of the Powlen Equipment Co., will be held at 10 a.m. today at the Minnich Funeral Home in Hagerstown.Mr. Powlen, who was 34 and lived in Hagerstown, died of leukemia Monday at Frederick Memorial Hospital.He started as a salesman at the family-owned industrial and construction equipment company in 1983 and became a vice president three years later.A native of Logansport, Ind., who moved to Timonium as a child with his family, Mr. Powlen was a 1974 graduate of Dulaney High School and a member of the Havenwood Presbyterian Church.
NEWS
By Kimberly A.C. Wilson and Kimberly A.C. Wilson,SUN STAFF | March 24, 2002
The city of Frederick's new chief operations officer was killed along with his three sons yesterday morning when a car rear-ended the family's sedan as they drove to get haircuts. Killed were Rodney B. Pulliam, 38, and sons Matthew, 8, Jordan, 9, and Rodney Jr., 10, all of Frederick. Mayor Jennifer P. Dougherty, who appointed Pulliam to his new post, called the death of the family man and public servant "an unspeakable loss." "Rodney was a prayerful and pleasant man," she said in a statement.
NEWS
By Todd Richissin and Todd Richissin,SUN STAFF | December 7, 2001
Bishop L. Robinson, secretary of the Department of Juvenile Justice, arrived armed with numbers and complaints when he appeared before state legislators Tuesday. For 10 minutes, he criticized The Sun for reporting that guards at the state's three largest juvenile jails were assaulting teens in their care. He focused most intently on one statistic in an article published Nov. 25 that said Frederick Memorial Hospital had treated 124 people last year from the Victor Cullen Center, many of them teens suffering from cuts and broken bones.
NEWS
By GREG GARLAND | May 21, 2007
Three young men suffered gunshot wounds, apparently after an altercation involving a large group outside a Frederick County community center late Saturday, authorities said yesterday. Names and conditions of the victims and details of the shooting remained sketchy. Cpl. Jennifer Bailey, a spokeswoman for the Frederick County Sheriff's Office, said one victim was flown to Maryland Shock Trauma Center with a head wound, and the other two went to Frederick Memorial Hospital. Bailey said that Deputy 1st Class Jose Rivera was on routine patrol about 11:40 p.m. when he saw a crowd outside the Discovery Community Center in Walkersville.
NEWS
April 27, 1996
Sigmund Stanley Hartz, 72, co-owner of clothing firmSigmund Stanley Hartz, vice president and co-owner of Hartz & Co. Inc., a men's tailored clothing manufacturer, died Monday of heart failure at Frederick Memorial Hospital. He was 72.Known as Stanley, the Frederick resident was the three-generation owner of the business, which was founded by his grandfather in Baltimore's garment district in 1893.In 1983, the company consolidated its operations from eight factories in Central Maryland to its principal plant in Frederick, which manufactures suits, slacks, sports coats and topcoats for Tallia, C. H. Oliver, Alan Lebow, Bill Kaiserman, Charles Jordan, Givenchy Monsieur and Franck Olivier, as well as private labels for independent men's shops.
NEWS
By Kimberly A.C. Wilson and Kimberly A.C. Wilson,SUN STAFF | March 24, 2002
The city of Frederick's new chief operations officer was killed along with his three sons yesterday morning when a car rear-ended the family's sedan as they drove to get haircuts. Killed were Rodney B. Pulliam, 38, and sons Matthew, 8, Jordan, 9, and Rodney Jr., 10, all of Frederick. Mayor Jennifer P. Dougherty, who appointed Pulliam to his new post, called the death of the family man and public servant "an unspeakable loss." "Rodney was a prayerful and pleasant man," she said in a statement.
NEWS
February 21, 1996
A 24-year-old Damascus man was in critical but stable condition at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center last night after being involved in a single-vehicle accident in Mount Airy Monday night.Police said Douglas Nelson Poole of the 9100 block of Ore Road was riding in the bed of a 1993 Dodge Dakota pickup about 8 p.m. Monday when the driver, Sean Thomas Johnston, lost control.According to police reports, Mr. Johnston had been driving north on Buffalo Road when the truck spun around several times, finally coming to rest against a tree.
NEWS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | September 29, 1997
A Frederick County man and a Howard County woman died in separate car accidents over the weekend that may have involved speeding, police said.In Howard County, a North Laurel woman was killed yesterday morning when she lost control of her vehicle on a bend in Dorsey Road in Elkridge and hit a telephone pole, police said.Police identified the woman as Norma Jean Breece, 42, of the first block of Francis Street in North Laurel. She was pronounced dead at the scene with head and chest injuries, police said.
NEWS
By Todd Richissin and Todd Richissin,SUN STAFF | December 7, 2001
Bishop L. Robinson, secretary of the Department of Juvenile Justice, arrived armed with numbers and complaints when he appeared before state legislators Tuesday. For 10 minutes, he criticized The Sun for reporting that guards at the state's three largest juvenile jails were assaulting teens in their care. He focused most intently on one statistic in an article published Nov. 25 that said Frederick Memorial Hospital had treated 124 people last year from the Victor Cullen Center, many of them teens suffering from cuts and broken bones.
NEWS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | September 29, 1997
A Frederick County man and a Howard County woman died in separate car accidents over the weekend that may have involved speeding, police said.In Howard County, a North Laurel woman was killed yesterday morning when she lost control of her vehicle on a bend in Dorsey Road in Elkridge and hit a telephone pole, police said.Police identified the woman as Norma Jean Breece, 42, of the first block of Francis Street in North Laurel. She was pronounced dead at the scene with head and chest injuries, police said.
NEWS
April 27, 1996
Sigmund Stanley Hartz, 72, co-owner of clothing firmSigmund Stanley Hartz, vice president and co-owner of Hartz & Co. Inc., a men's tailored clothing manufacturer, died Monday of heart failure at Frederick Memorial Hospital. He was 72.Known as Stanley, the Frederick resident was the three-generation owner of the business, which was founded by his grandfather in Baltimore's garment district in 1893.In 1983, the company consolidated its operations from eight factories in Central Maryland to its principal plant in Frederick, which manufactures suits, slacks, sports coats and topcoats for Tallia, C. H. Oliver, Alan Lebow, Bill Kaiserman, Charles Jordan, Givenchy Monsieur and Franck Olivier, as well as private labels for independent men's shops.
NEWS
February 21, 1996
A 24-year-old Damascus man was in critical but stable condition at the Maryland Shock Trauma Center last night after being involved in a single-vehicle accident in Mount Airy Monday night.Police said Douglas Nelson Poole of the 9100 block of Ore Road was riding in the bed of a 1993 Dodge Dakota pickup about 8 p.m. Monday when the driver, Sean Thomas Johnston, lost control.According to police reports, Mr. Johnston had been driving north on Buffalo Road when the truck spun around several times, finally coming to rest against a tree.
NEWS
By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Sun Staff Writer | August 11, 1995
Frederick Memorial Hospital plans to open an outpatient medical center in the Dubbaneh Plaza building in an attempt to capture a larger share of the health care market in Mount Airy.The hospital bought the facility, at South Main Street and Ridgeville Boulevard, for $2.3 million, said Ken Coffey, director of marketing and development with Frederick Memorial Hospital."This culminates a search that has been conducted over the last two years," Mr. Coffey said. "We have been looking at the Mount Airy area for that long to try to come up with ways to provide more convenient outpatient health care services to the people of that region."
NEWS
By Christina Asquith and Christina Asquith,Sun Staff Writer | July 2, 1995
Drivers finally were allowed to drive 65 mph legally in a few remote sections of Maryland yesterday, but, as it turned out, few did.State police said stormy weather and heavy holiday traffic kept drivers at bay and, for the most part, speeds down. As of 8 p.m. yesterday, no fatalities had been reported across the state.At 12:01 a.m. yesterday, Maryland drivers were given the official go-ahead to pick up the pace on 265 miles of rural interstates, well away from urban and suburban areas, and state troopers said most drivers at that hour took advantage of it, immediately.
NEWS
By Christina Asquith and Christina Asquith,Sun Staff Writer | July 2, 1995
Drivers finally were allowed to drive 65 mph legally in a few remote sections of Maryland yesterday, but, as it turned out, few did.State police said stormy weather and heavy holiday traffic kept drivers at bay and, for the most part, speeds down. As of 8 p.m. yesterday, no fatalities had been reported across the state.At 12:01 a.m. yesterday, Maryland drivers were given the official go-ahead to pick up the pace on 265 miles of rural interstates, well away from urban and suburban areas, and state troopers said most drivers at that hour took advantage of it, immediately.
NEWS
July 31, 1994
Dr. J. Richard CrouseFrederick dentistDr. J. Richard Crouse, a Frederick dentist who was active in civic affairs, died Thursday at Garrett County Memorial Hospital in Oakland after a heart attack while on vacation at Deep Creek Lake.Dr. Crouse, who was 59, had been a dentist in Frederick since 1962 and headed the Terrace Dental Group, which he founded.He was a member of the board of the Maryland Dental Plan of Blue Cross-Blue Shield of Maryland and chairman of the board of Frederick Memorial Hospital.
NEWS
July 31, 1994
Dr. J. Richard CrouseFrederick dentistDr. J. Richard Crouse, a Frederick dentist who was active in civic affairs, died Thursday at Garrett County Memorial Hospital in Oakland after a heart attack while on vacation at Deep Creek Lake.Dr. Crouse, who was 59, had been a dentist in Frederick since 1962 and headed the Terrace Dental Group, which he founded.He was a member of the board of the Maryland Dental Plan of Blue Cross-Blue Shield of Maryland and chairman of the board of Frederick Memorial Hospital.
NEWS
By These obituaries were provided by area funeral homes. If informationabout someone in your family who has passed away hasn't been published, please call Amy Miller or Mary Gail Hare at 876-8771, 857-0550 or1-800-829-8000, Ext. 6595; you also may FAX your information to us at 876-0233 | December 8, 1991
George D. Poisal, 78, died Thursday at Western Maryland Center in Hagerstown. He was the husband of Beverly Reyeur Poisal. A World War IIveteran, he was honored for military service in Germany and France. A graduate of the Maryland Institute of Art, he was a member of the American Marketing Association. He was a past president of the Lochearn Kiwanis. He also operated several food stalls in Lexington Market. He most recently was employed as the marketing director for E. L. Greenbert Associates at Carrolltowne Mall.
Baltimore Sun Articles
|
|
|
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.