February 6, 2006
On Sunday January 29, 2006, CAROLYN GROSS CLARK, 67, of Branford, Connecticut, died at Yale-New Haven Hospital of complications due to kidney failure. Carolyn is survived by her husband Robert D. Clark, Esq., of Wilton, CT and Branford, CT., her parents Frederick W. and Virginia L. Gross of Towson, MD, her brother Frederick W. Gross, Jr., of Towson, MD; her three children, Arthur Hart Barnes of San Francisco, CA, Christopher Gross Barnes, Esq., and wife Stephanie Amanda Barnes of West Hartford, CT, and Amanda Barnes Kuhl and husband Russell A. Kuhl of Ipswich, MA. She is additionally survived by 5 grandchildren and other relatives and friends.
April 4, 1994
Believe it or not, the world's largest known hairball isn't on display in one of the offbeat Ripley's Believe It or Not! museums scattered across the United States.No, the biggest organically generated fur ball in the world probably resides in Garden City, Kan.Squatting like a gray, oversized, felt-covered bowling ball, the Finney County Historical Society Museum's contender rather easily overshadows the winner of Ripley's recent search for the world champion hairball.Removed from the stomach of a cow slaughtered at the IBP beef-processing plant in Holcomb, the Finney museum's hairball measures 37 inches around.
March 15, 2013
Little Caesars says it's growing faster than just about any pizza chain - and eyeing Baltimore as a hot market. The chain's vice president of franchise development says the Baltimore metro area figures into a new strategy to target suburban and rural communities and to seek real estate on college campuses, military bases and within convenience stores. The carryout known for its $5 ready-to-go-pizza already has several dozen locations in Maryland, many in strip malls scattered throughout Baltimore, Anne Arundel, Howard and Harford counties.
October 17, 2001
John H. Mears Jr., a retired businessman and developer of Mears Marina in Annapolis, died Oct. 10 of a heart attack at Anne Arundel Medical Center. He was 87. Mr. Mears' entrepreneurial spirit began as a youngster in Garden City, N.Y., and during summers at his family's home in Port Jefferson, Long Island. Born in Washington, he later moved to Garden City, into a home across the street from a golf course. He learned to play the game there, and by the 1930s was working as assistant pro at the Congressional Country Club in Washington and at the Bald Peak Colony Club in New Hampshire.
November 21, 2011
Deborah S. Edelman, an author and writer who wrote widely on health issues and established Public Health Media Inc., died Nov. 10 of metastatic breast cancer at her Mount Washington home. She was 51. Dr. Edelman, who kept her maiden name, was born and raised in Garden City, N.Y. After graduating in 1978 from Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, Conn., she earned a bachelor's degree in 1982 in political science from McGill University in Montreal. Dr. Edelman had contemplated a career in law but changed her mind after working as a writer for a medical publisher in New York City for two years, where she covered medical conferences, wrote articles on medical specialties, and was assistant editor of Dermatology News and then editor of Orthopedic News.
May 11, 2008
Matt Hickman and Bruce Richardson each scored four goals and host Salisbury stayed perfect, beating Ohio Wesleyan, 13-5, yesterday in the second round of the NCAA Division III men's tournament. The Sea Gulls (19-0) advanced to face Cabrini (17-2), a 13-10 winner over Haverford, in a quarterfinal Wednesday. The Sea Gulls outshot the Battling Bishops 39-28. Nick Gallagher led Ohio Wesleyan (10-7) with two goals. CCBC-Essex 17, Herkimer County (N.Y.) CC 10 --The Knights broke open a tie game with four unanswered goals over three minutes spanning the second and third quarters to advance to the National Junior College Athletic Association championship game in Garden City, N.Y. Neal Barthelme had five goals, Andrew Reinhardt added four goals and four assists and Tony Kikola made 19 saves for No. 3 seed Essex, which will face No. 4 seed Nassau Community College today at 1 p.m. Essex beat Nassau, 11-9, in Bel Air on April 5. "It's hard to beat a team twice, but I think we're capable," Essex coach Brian Duncan said.
January 1, 1995
Theodore J. Younker, who worked for the Baltimore & Ohio railroad for more than 30 years, died Thursday of pneumonia at the Woodside Manor Nursing and Convalescent Center in Cincinnati. He was 92.Known as "Ted," the Baltimore native began his B&O career as an auditing department clerk in 1918. While working for the railroad, he completed high school and, in 1943, earned a law degree from the University of Baltimore.He rose through the ranks, working as mail and railway express manager, general freight agent and assistant freight traffic manager.
May 15, 2005
Doctor Jennifer Ann Domm and Doctor Andrew Harold Smith were married last evening at Christ the King Roman Catholic Church in Nashville, TN. Deacon Robert True performed the evening ceremony. A reception at Union Station Historic Hotel immediately followed the ceremony. Her parents, Carl and Rita Domm, of Garden City, NY, gave Jennifer in marriage. The bride, 30, will continue to use her name professionally. She graduated with honors from Brown University and received her medical degree from Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN. She completed her pediatric residency at Vanderbilt Children's Hospital.
May 12, 2007
Collin Finnerty, one of three former Duke lacrosse players falsely accused last year of raping an exotic dancer at a team party, could end up in a Loyola College uniform. Sources at Loyola confirmed that the school is pursuing Finnerty and could receive a commitment soon from the 6-feet-3, 175-pound attackman out of Chaminade High School in Garden City, N.Y. All charges against Finnerty and ex-Duke players David Evans and Reade Seligmann were dropped last month. The incident led to the cancellation of Duke's 2006 season after eight games, and to the resignation of 16-year coach Mike Pressler, who is now coaching at Division II Bryant University in Smithfield, R.I. Finnerty, who has two years of eligibility remaining, appeared in five games last year and had two goals and one assist.
April 6, 2004
Silvio E. Gallo, a retired insurance salesman, died of lung cancer Wednesday at his Randallstown home. He was 72. Born and raised in Brockway, Pa., he served in the Army in Germany before moving to Baltimore in 1955. He studied accounting at the Johns Hopkins University. In 1967, he was certified as a chartered life underwriter by the former American College of Life Underwriters in Bryn Mawr, Pa. He sold insurance policies for the People's Life and Lincoln National insurance companies before joining Massachusetts Mutual Life.