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December 28, 2009
Baltimore County fire officials say one of four people who suffered carbon monoxide poisoning in a Fullerton apartment complex more than a week ago has died. Two women, a man and an 11-month-old girl were hospitalized on Dec. 18 after the carbon monoxide leak on Twincrest Court. Fire officials say one of the women died Saturday. Investigators haven't determined the case of the leak. Last week, the Baltimore County Council passed a law that requires all rental units heated by fuel burning equipment to have carbon monoxide detectors.
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February 1, 2014
I fear raising the minimum wage will prove to have unforeseen consequences ( "The Costco example Jan. 30). What about seniors on a fixed income? If they tied Social Security to inflation, as suggested for minimum wage, seniors may be able to buy a $5 cup of gas station coffee. As a former minimum wage earner, I was surprised to see how fast my wages went up by doing my job to the best of my ability. As an employer, I did not want to pay $10.10 to someone who thought they earned that just by showing up. Dan Shannahan, Fullerton - To respond to this letter, send an email to talkback@baltimoresun.com . Please include your name and contact information.
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NEWS
November 27, 2005
Linda Ann Tuur Willin and James Robert Fullerton, Jr. were united in marriage on May 7, 2005 at Lovely Lane U.M. Church in Baltimore. A reception followed at The Castle at Maryvale in Brooklandville. The bride is the daughter of Mary Ann and Peter Saar, of Baltimore, MD, and John and Gail Willin, of Towson, MD. The groom is the son of James Fullerton, Sr., of Gaithersburg, MD and Lucia Fullerton, of Riva, MD. Attending the bride as Matron of Honor was Carolyn Flores, college friend of the bride.
NEWS
December 8, 2013
In all the arguments for increasing the wages of burger flippers and other unskilled workers, I have seen no studies of the change's effect on seniors. Will they still go to burger joints and buy $4 cups of coffee? Will they spend $25 to see a movie? Those jobs were never meant to support a family and are mostly filled by people who threw spit balls in school rather than paid attention in class. To reward bad behavior only encourages more bad behavior at the expense of all taxpayers - including seniors on pensions or Social Security.
NEWS
October 2, 1992
A 31-year-old Fullerton, Baltimore County, man was killed las night after he lost control of his 1990 Ford Escort while driving north on Interstate-295 near Dorsey, Anne Arundel County, and crashed into trees alongside the highway.Trooper Isaac Jackson of the state police Barracks at Glen Burnie reported Paul Thomas Rossi, of the first block of Grist Mill Lane in the Fullerton Farms section, was pronounced dead at the scene following the 8:07 p.m. accident.Trooper Jackson reported that speed and the use of alcohol contributed to the crash.
NEWS
By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | March 15, 2004
Andrew A. Bartenfelder, a lifelong Fullerton farmer and retired correctional officer, died of congestive heart failure at Franklin Square Hospital Center on Wednesday. It was his 74th birthday. A truck farmer, he was born and raised on his family's farm and worked it for decades, tilling land elsewhere in Maryland as well. In recent days, from his hospital bed, he reminded his son and daughter-in-law to plant this year's crops and sought daily farm reports. He and his family long sold their produce at the farmers' markets under the Jones Falls Expressway and in Waverly, as well as from his farm stand.
BUSINESS
By Bob Graham and Bob Graham,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 14, 1997
Krista Young is hanging red velvet bows with gold trim on her fence, readying her corner house on Lydale Avenue in Fullerton for the holidays.With the bows, the lights and other decorations, Young is renewing a tradition in her home that began while she was growing up in the neighborhood.Last August, Young, 30, her husband, William, a technician at a brake shop on Belair Road, and two children moved into the three-bedroom, single-family house, just a few blocks from where she grew up.The 1985 graduate of Overlea High School is trying to show her husband and children, Jessy, 12, and B. J., 1, all the things she grew up with and things she wants them to share.
BUSINESS
By Daniel Taylor and Daniel Taylor,SUN STAFF | February 22, 2004
Nice lawns and brick and stone houses line the streets of Fullerton, a community just beyond Baltimore's northeast boundaries where the Beltway meets Belair Road. Near more expensive communities such as Perry Hall and White Marsh, Fullerton has remained a lower-priced alternative for those looking to live in the area, real estate agents say. Many of the homes are older and smaller than the suburban castles being constructed today. "The prices there are still good; they're not out of reach yet," said Margaret Franklin, a real estate agent with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage.
NEWS
By Carrie Wells, The Baltimore Sun | August 4, 2013
Five people were injured in a house fire in Baltimore County on Sunday afternoon, fire officials said, and authorities expect all to survive. The fire, in the 600 block of Dale Avenue in Fullerton, was placed under control by about 50 firefighters around 3 p.m., according to Lt. Paul Massarelli, a county fire spokesman. Firefighters arrived at the home about 4:18 p.m. to find fire showing through the roof, front and rear of the building. Five occupants of the house were taken to hospitals with injuries that were not expected to be life-threatening, mostly appearing to be smoke inhalation, Massarelli said.
SPORTS
By Eric Stephens and Eric Stephens,LOS ANGELES TIMES | June 28, 2004
OMAHA, Neb. - Cal State Fullerton leaned on catcher Kurt Suzuki and pitcher Jason Windsor when times were tough, and there were many such occasions during this college baseball season. Naturally the Titans would need their two standouts in the most critical moments of Game 2 in the College World Series championship finals against top-ranked Texas yesterday. Suzuki got the winning hit in a decisive three-run rally in the seventh inning, and Windsor threw a complete game to give Fullerton a 3-2 victory for its fourth and perhaps most improbable NCAA championship.
NEWS
By Carrie Wells, The Baltimore Sun | August 4, 2013
Five people were injured in a house fire in Baltimore County on Sunday afternoon, fire officials said, and authorities expect all to survive. The fire, in the 600 block of Dale Avenue in Fullerton, was placed under control by about 50 firefighters around 3 p.m., according to Lt. Paul Massarelli, a county fire spokesman. Firefighters arrived at the home about 4:18 p.m. to find fire showing through the roof, front and rear of the building. Five occupants of the house were taken to hospitals with injuries that were not expected to be life-threatening, mostly appearing to be smoke inhalation, Massarelli said.
NEWS
By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | March 31, 2013
An early-morning fire on Saturday destroyed a maintenance building on the property of St. Joseph Church in Fullerton, according to church and county fire officials. But church officials said the parish's celebration of Easter services on Sunday would not be affected by the incident. Church officials, in a statement on the church website, said the blaze was the result of arson, though county fire officials have not given an official cause. Emergency units were dispatched at 3:25 a.m. and arrived at the church in the 8400 block of Bel Air Road about 3:30 a.m. to find the building in flames, said Lt. Julia Dillard, a county fire spokeswoman.
NEWS
October 6, 2012
Congrats to the Orioles on a terrific season, and boos to the Red Sox, who got a chance to pay us back for losing to us last year ("The suspense comes down to the final day," Oct. 3). Unlike the O's, the Sox couldn't find the pride to field the best team they could. I've seen Little Leaguers play with more heart then the Sox. We gave them the Bambino and this is how they repay us? Dan Shannahan, Fullerton
BUSINESS
By Hanah Cho, The Baltimore Sun | October 13, 2011
Fairmount Bancorp, the holding company of its namesake bank in Rosedale, announced Thursday that it had completed the acquisition of Baltimore's Fullerton Federal Savings Association. Under the deal, Fairmount sold $793,000 of its common stock to Fullerton Federal depositors and to Fairmount's employee stock ownership plan. Shares were also offered to the public. Hanah.cho@baltsun.com
SPORTS
By Sports on TV | June 7, 2011
TUESDAY'S TELEVISION HIGHLIGHTS MLB Washington@San Francisco (T) MASN9:30 a.m. Oakland@Orioles (L) MASN7 Boston @ Yankees or Dodgers @ Phil. MLB7 Washington@San Francisco MASN210 C. base. NCAA Regional: Miami vs. Florida (T) ESPNU1 NCAA Regional: Fullerton vs. Illinois (T) ESPNU8 NCAA Regional: Fullerton vs. Stanf. (T) ESPNUMidnight NCAA Regional: Miami vs. Florida (T)
BUSINESS
By Hanah Cho, The Baltimore Sun | May 12, 2011
Fairmount Bancorp in Rosedale announced Thursday that it has agreed to acquire Baltimore's Fullerton Federal Savings Association. As part of the agreement, Fullerton Federal will convert from a federally chartered mutual savings association to a stock entity and issue stock to Fairmount. In exchange, Fairmount will offer shares of its stock to Fullerton Federal members and then to Fairmount's employee stock ownership plan in a subscription offering. Once the offering is complete, Fullerton Federal will be integrated into Fairmount Bank.
NEWS
August 13, 2000
OCEAN CITY - A Baltimore man drowned while swimming in rough surf yesterday, police said. Michael Fullerton, 27, and a friend were caught in a rip current about 1:30 p.m. off the 7th Street beach, according to police. As the friend called for help, Fullerton apparently fought the current, police said. Lifeguards brought Fullerton and his friend ashore within minutes. Guards and paramedics performed cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Fullerton then was taken to Atlantic General Hospital in Berlin, where he died, police said.
NEWS
By Scott Wilson and Scott Wilson,SUN STAFF | March 7, 1996
Three puffs of marijuana, a drop of hallucinogenic drugs and a $40 contribution to buy LSD ended Drew S. Fullerton's Naval career yesterday as he became the fourth midshipman this year sentenced to prison on drug charges.In a staid court-martial at the Naval Academy, Fullerton, 22, pleaded guilty to four felony drug charges stemming from the arrest in October of two midshipmen caught buying LSD in a Glen Burnie hotel room.Each count carried a five-year maximum prison sentence. But a sealed plea bargain arranged before the three-hour hearing called for Fullerton's discharge from the Navy, expulsion from the academy, restitution of more than $80,000 in tuition and a 60-day jail sentence.
NEWS
By Larry Carson, The Baltimore Sun | November 13, 2010
Water should be restored Sunday to the last of 115 homes left without service by a 12 inch water main break that caused Dunfield Road in Fullerton to collapse and temporarily lowered water pressure at the Oak Crest Village retirement complex. Dunfield Road from Stillmeadow to Bel Air roads near Tapu Court is closed while workers address the damage, said Kurt Kocher, spokesman of Baltimore's Department of Public Works. The water flowed into a nearby wetlands area, so no homes were damaged, he said.
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