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By DENNIS O'BRIEN and DENNIS O'BRIEN,SUN STAFF | June 22, 1997
A polluted, closed-up and forgotten dump on Long Island Sound that is being put up for sale this summer represents the final chapter in Maryland's decadelong savings and loan scandal.Captain's Cove, the 23-acre site of a former landfill in Glen Cove, N.Y., is being marketed in the next few weeks by the Maryland Deposit Insurance Fund (MDIF), making it the last major property once owned by Old Court Savings and Loan to be sold by state officials.MDIF has spent the past decade selling real estate, boats, cars, jewelry and houses -- all assets of Old Court and five other failed S&Ls that went into receivership in the 1980s.
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By Evans Paull | February 27, 2014
Cities around the world are working to revitalize brownfield sites - areas where redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by some kind of contaminant - particularly in former waterfront industrial zones, where there is often the greatest opportunity to remake the city's image. Just as Baltimore has succeeded in redeveloping industrial sites from Canton to the Inner Harbor to Locust Point, decades of experience across America have created a base of knowledge that is allowing many such projects to move ahead safely, attracting residents and business back to our urban core.
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By PETER BAKER | May 1, 1994
Until a couple of years ago, bass guide John Hauserman was taking parties out on Loch Raven Reservoir, fishing state bass tournaments, running a small tackle manufacturing company and avoiding the inevitable move into the world of conventional business.But the zebra mussel scare came along; Baltimore's Department of Public Works closed Loch Raven, Prettyboy and Liberty reservoirs to boat fishermen for a year; then, when the reservoirs were reopened last year, guides were excluded.In the meantime, Hauserman, 32, has put his business degree from Towson State University to work and is employed as a financial planner.
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By DENNIS O'BRIEN and DENNIS O'BRIEN,SUN STAFF | June 22, 1997
A polluted, closed-up and forgotten dump on Long Island Sound that is being put up for sale this summer represents the final chapter in Maryland's decadelong savings and loan scandal.Captain's Cove, the 23-acre site of a former landfill in Glen Cove, N.Y., is being marketed in the next few weeks by the Maryland Deposit Insurance Fund (MDIF), making it the last major property once owned by Old Court Savings and Loan to be sold by state officials.MDIF has spent the past decade selling real estate, boats, cars, jewelry and houses -- all assets of Old Court and five other failed S&Ls that went into receivership in the 1980s.
NEWS
By Evans Paull | February 27, 2014
Cities around the world are working to revitalize brownfield sites - areas where redevelopment or reuse may be complicated by some kind of contaminant - particularly in former waterfront industrial zones, where there is often the greatest opportunity to remake the city's image. Just as Baltimore has succeeded in redeveloping industrial sites from Canton to the Inner Harbor to Locust Point, decades of experience across America have created a base of knowledge that is allowing many such projects to move ahead safely, attracting residents and business back to our urban core.
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February 26, 1993
Toy CaldwellMarshall Tucker BandSPARTANBURG, S.C. -- Toy T. Caldwell Jr., former lead guitar player and singer for the Marshall Tucker Band, died yesterday, and the cause was under investigation, a coroner said.Mr. Caldwell's body was found by his wife, Abbie Good Caldwell, at their home in Moore, about 80 miles northwest of Columbia, said Bill Doble, vice president of music for Cabin Fever Entertainment, for whom Mr. Caldwell recorded. Mr. Doble said Mr. Caldwell, 45, had been ill with influenza and bronchitis.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | May 29, 1998
The remains of an unidentified body that was floating in the Susquehanna River in Harford County yesterday have been sent to the state medical examiner's office in Baltimore for analysis, said a spokesman for the Maryland Natural Resources Police.Spokesman John Surrick said an employee of the Glen Cove Marina near the Conowingo Dam spotted the body floating among debris yesterday afternoon and called authorities. He said the body was so badly decomposed its gender could not be determined.
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January 23, 2010
ANNA MARIE FARNISH, 57, formerly of Swissvale, a life-long educator, died on Tuesday, January 19, 2010 in Venice, FL after a long battle with pancreatic cancer. She earned her Bachelors and Masters degrees from Duquesne University. She was currently living in Glen Cove, NY. She was Vice President of Programs at the Institute for Student Achievement in Lake Success, NY. Loving daughter of the late Adam and Mary (Laycak) Farnish; dear sister of Marian (Sam) Vergona, Venice, FL, Michael Farshish, Swissvale, and Louis Farnish, Pgh; aunt of Ed Vergona, Andrew Mahon, Cassie and Jessie Farnish.
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October 22, 2004
On October 19, 2004 Peacefully, HELEN CRESSER (nee Poplawski); beloved wife of the late George F. Cresser; devoted mother of George W. Cresser of Gardens Grove, California and the late Wilma Winter; loving grandmother of R. Mark Winter, Eric Winter, Brian Cresser, Bruce Winter, Joyce Cresser and Janet Cresser. Also survived by seven grat grandchildren and her sister Antoinette Graas of Dupont, Pennsylvania. Friends are invited to call at Burgee-Henss-Seitz Funeral Home, Inc., 3631 Falls Road on Friday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. A Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Saturday at 12 noon at St. Thomas Aquinas Church, 37th St. at Hickory Ave. Interment will be in East Hill Cemetery, Glen Cove, New York at a later date.
NEWS
May 18, 2008
The Towpath Tea House opened its doors on May 18, 1920. It was near U.S. Route 1, just below the Glen Cove area of the Susquehanna River. Evelyn Mason established the tea house, one of the first in the East. It became a cherished stop for travelers and thriving business. For many in Philadelphia and Baltimore, it became the destination for a weekend lunch or tea. By October 26, 1926, the guest book acquired over 6,750 signatures, some from visitors as far away as Denmark, London, Paris, Spain, the Panama Canal Zone and Sydney, Australia.
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By PETER BAKER | May 1, 1994
Until a couple of years ago, bass guide John Hauserman was taking parties out on Loch Raven Reservoir, fishing state bass tournaments, running a small tackle manufacturing company and avoiding the inevitable move into the world of conventional business.But the zebra mussel scare came along; Baltimore's Department of Public Works closed Loch Raven, Prettyboy and Liberty reservoirs to boat fishermen for a year; then, when the reservoirs were reopened last year, guides were excluded.In the meantime, Hauserman, 32, has put his business degree from Towson State University to work and is employed as a financial planner.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | September 21, 2012
Rebecca D. Dorsey, a Baltimore-born and -raised chanteuse, died Sept. 14 of ovarian cancer at her home in Sea Cliff, N.Y. She was 54. The daughter of a physician and a public relations executive, Rebecca Devereux Dorsey was born in Baltimore and raised in Glencoe and Homeland. After graduating in 1976 from Garrison Forest School, she earned a bachelor's degree in dance from Sarah Lawrence College in 1980. "She began studying singing at the Sorbonne, where she had gone to study French, and realized she had a voice," said her mother, Glorian Devereux Dorsey of Cockeysville, former director of public relations at The Baltimore Sun. "Then she came back and started studying acting in New York when she was in her 20s. " Ms. Dorsey modeled and had supporting roles in such films as "Wall Street," "Slaves of New York," "Working Girl" and several Woody Allen pictures, her mother said.
NEWS
June 15, 2008
The Harford County Development Advisory Committee will meet at 9 a.m. Wednesday in the second-floor conference room of the Harford County government building, 220 S. Main St., Bel Air: 4358 Norrisville Road - Parcel 2 Location: West side of Norrisville Road, south of Troyer Road. Developer: 4 M Properties LLC/Bay State Land Services. Description: Residential/office/commercial vehicle storage, 1 acre. Lands of Deutsch Location : West side of Old Emmorton Road, north of Wheat Road. Developer: Elaine and Michael Deutsch/Thompson & Associates LLC. Description: Convert existing residence to professional services, 0.375 acres.
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