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By NICK SHIELDS and NICK SHIELDS,SUN REPORTER | April 16, 2006
A 16-year-old boy was being sought yesterday in the shooting death of a man at a "Sweet 16" birthday party for his daughter, Baltimore police said. Bryan Jones, 42, was holding a party for his daughter in the 1000 block of N. Augusta Ave. about 9:45 p.m. Friday when a partygoer started causing trouble, police said. Jones escorted Jamal Charles, 16, of the 4000 block of Edmondson Ave. to the porch and asked him to leave when an argument ensued, police said. Charles pulled out a handgun, shot Jones in the head and then fled, police said.
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By Jamie Stiehm and Jamie Stiehm,SUN STAFF | June 15, 1997
A man and a woman were fatally shot in a Hampstead home early yesterday in the second and third domestic homicides in this Carroll County town in two weeks, Maryland State Police said.Sharon Lee Mechalske, a 38-year-old mother of two boys, was found shot to death in a bedroom of her home in the 4200 block of Wolf Hill Court about 1: 15 a.m. Kent Leonard Cullison, a 30-year-old Arcadia mail carrier, was found slumped in a pool of blood on the front porch of the house.The shootings bring Carroll County's homicides this year to three.
NEWS
By Diana K. Sugg and Diana K. Sugg,Sun Staff Writer | August 21, 1995
Police have arrested and charged a 22-year-old neighbor in the fatal stabbing of Emma Coxson, 91, who was found slain in her Northwest Baltimore apartment last week.Rhonda Renee Hall, who lived upstairs from Mrs. Coxson, was interviewed by Baltimore police Saturday and arrested that night. City police spokeswoman Sabrina Tapp-Harper said yesterday that Ms. Hall is charged with first-degree murder, robbery and a separate deadly weapon charge. She was being held last night without bail.The women lived just one floor from each other in a small Northwest Baltimore apartment house, but their lives were worlds apart.
EXPLORE
By Nicole Lynn Mullinix | November 30, 2012
If you are looking for a group of people that have an appreciation and deep love for the beauty of Howard County farmland, you need not look any further than the Mullinix family. I sit with my father on our front porch in Dayton every season as we're both rendered speechless by the beautiful sunset before us. At these moments I can't imagine anyone being so lucky, so fortunate as to enjoy this amazement. From our front porch I sit in awe of property that my family has owned for as long as I have lived.
NEWS
By JACQUES KELLY | May 16, 2009
By Preakness Saturday, every last Christmas tree pine needle has to be out of my house. I also have to cut my first rose of the season. It's also the day when the winter rugs must disappear down into my cellar. I live by a Baltimore calendar wherein the Christmas holiday season, late winter and a cool, wet spring have a way of mushing together. By mid-May, it's time for a change. I make the time to clean, tear up the house and find the last holiday light bulbs that might have rolled under the sofa.
NEWS
December 12, 1990
BOARD MAKES DECISIONSWESTMINSTER - The Board of Zoning Appeals of Carroll County has authorized a request by Elouise A. Herget for a conditional use for a professional office in her home at 2707 Hanover Pike, Manchester.Herget requested the conditional use for a tax preparation and accounting office within her home, and a variance reducing the minimum required lot area from three acres to two acres.The business was authorized based on the fact that the office will be in her home and the appearance and topography of the property will remain unchanged except for a proposed business identification sign.
BUSINESS
By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,Sun reporter | August 17, 2008
Marsha and John Wise bought their home six years ago after losing out on another house in the same neighborhood because they had not made an offer quickly enough. The couple had fallen in love with the community of Hunting Ridge, a historic district near Baltimore's western edge known for solid homes in varied architectural styles amid huge trees and rolling terrain. They really wanted to live there - enough to write to community leaders, inquiring if they knew any homeowners in their midst who would be interested in selling.
BUSINESS
By Marie Gullard and Marie Gullard,Special to The Sun | October 13, 2006
Joan Dolina and her husband have a consuming passion, one that has led to the restoration of eight homes. "We find a house that's falling down and we feel we have to save it," she said. "And this house was definitely falling apart." The home in question is a Roland Park behemoth - an 1895 three-story stone and cedar-shake Edwardian with more than 4,000 square feet. It's embellished with a stone and cedar turret complete with three large stained-glass windows. A small front porch nestled under a sloping roof is one of the home's three that have been comfortably outfitted with tables and cushioned chairs.
BUSINESS
December 13, 1998
JGS Homes has opened a sales trailer at Summit Ridge in Mount Airy, where the company is building 30 traditional homes on lots of one-quarter acre to one-third acre.Crown molding in the living and dining rooms, hardwood flooring the foyer and powder room and gas-powered heat, cooking and hot water are some of the standard features in the Carroll County community.The Brighton I is a 2,050-square-foot home with a beginning price of $214,900. The first floor has a front porch, two-story foyer with guest closet, 11-by-13-foot living room, 10-by-9-foot library, 11-by-11-foot dining room, 11-by-19-foot kitchen/breakfast area, powder and laundry rooms, 18-by-13-foot family room with gas fireplace and two-car garage.
FEATURES
By J. Wynn Rousuck | November 14, 1991
A 12-year-old girl playing on her front porch is accidentally killed by a gang member's stray bullet; the girl's father posts a sign berating his neighbors for refusing to come forth as witnesses.An innocent 20-year-old is murdered by shots fired from an automobile; his grief-stricken mother places flowers and balloons the fatal street corner so residents won't forget.The first incident is the fictional foundation for Charles Fuller's 1980 drama, "Zooman and the Sign," currently receiving a disturbingly timely production at Arena Players.
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