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By Gregory Kane | March 6, 2002
DRIVE THROUGH the gates of the private educational facility known as the Glen Mills Schools, and you'll read a sign to your right paying tribute to one or more of the sports teams. The one today reads "Good Luck, Wrestling, Power Lifting, Indoor Track." There's a parking lot just to the left of the sign. Climb some wooden stairs, and you're on the campus quadrangle, with the administration building on the left and the student union just ahead. Classroom buildings and residence halls are to the right.
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By Andrea Massaro, The Baltimore Sun | October 16, 2013
Dover, Del. Dover Downs Wine & Music Festival If you have a taste for wine and the spooky, join Dover Downs Hotel & Casino at its Halloween-themed 11th annual Wine & Music Festival. Come in costume to compete for prizes while enjoying samples of more than 60 wines from around the world, attending seminars and tasting food prepared by the hotel chefs. A DJ will provide background music while you browse the gift and food marketplace. The festival runs 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. Oct. 27 at the Rollins Center at Dover Downs Hotel & Casino.
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By Eileen Canzian | October 2, 1990
A Baltimore judge has ordered state juvenile authorities to send a young car thief to a private reformatory in Pennsylvania, paving the way for an appeals court battle over the authority of juvenile court judges.The state Department of Juvenile Services, which pays for the care of juvenile offenders, argued that Judge Joseph H. H. Kaplan could not force the agency to spend $30,000 a year to enroll the boy at the Glen Mills School in Concordville, Pa., when a less expensive program is available in Maryland.
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By Gregory Kane | March 6, 2002
DRIVE THROUGH the gates of the private educational facility known as the Glen Mills Schools, and you'll read a sign to your right paying tribute to one or more of the sports teams. The one today reads "Good Luck, Wrestling, Power Lifting, Indoor Track." There's a parking lot just to the left of the sign. Climb some wooden stairs, and you're on the campus quadrangle, with the administration building on the left and the student union just ahead. Classroom buildings and residence halls are to the right.
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By Raymond L. Sanchez and Raymond L. Sanchez,Evening Sun Staff | January 3, 1991
The Maryland Court of Appeals has ruled that two Baltimore judges erred when they ordered state juvenile authorities to send three young offenders to a Pennsylvania reformatory at state expense.Decisions by Baltimore Circuit Judges Joseph H.H. Kaplan and Roger W. Brown to send three young offenders to the Glen Mills School, a private reformatory in Concordville, Pa., were "improper" and "prejudicially erroneous," the state's highest court said yesterday.Officials with the state Department of Juvenile Services, which pays for the care of juvenile delinquents, applauded the ruling.
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By Joel McCord and Joel McCord,Sun Staff Correspondent Eileen Canzian of The Sun's metropolitan staff contributed to this article | January 3, 1991
ANNAPOLIS -- Juvenile Court judges can decide what kind of treatment a youthful offender should receive, but only the Department of Juvenile Services has the authority to decide where he gets it, the Court of Appeals ruled yesterday.The decision overturned court orders in three Baltimore cases to send juvenile offenders to a private reformatory in Pennsylvania, with Juvenile Services picking up the bill.Judges can recommend a type of treatment, the unanimous court decided. But it is the prerogative of state officials, charged with controlling their own budget, to decide which facility could best provide that treatment at a reasonable cost.
SPORTS
By Mike Preston | November 16, 1992
Maryland's recruiting season has gotten off to a good start.Arundel defensive lineman Richard Abrams, 6 feet 5 and 265 pounds, orally committed to the Terps over the weekend. Abrams runs the 40 in 4.9 and has been recruited by Clemson, North Carolina, N.C. State, Pittsburgh, Georgia and Virginia."Richard has great size, speed and the body you can put weight on," said Arundel coach Bill Zucco. "Major colleges love that."Another player Maryland seems to have an inside track on is Keno Shawell, a 5-11, 200-pound running back from Glen Mills Prep (Pa.)
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By Eileen Canzian | October 1, 1990
The Baltimore teen-ager was in Juvenile Court again, this time for stealing a car. The prosecutor argued he should be sent to private reformatory in Pennsylvania, and the judge agreed.But the state Department of Juvenile Services -- which pays for the care of such youngsters -- is of a different opinion.Department officials say that the youth could be handled just as well, and at less cost, in a state-run center in Maryland. They have also told Baltimore Circuit Judge Joseph H. H. Kaplan that if he insists on sending the boy to Pennsylvania, they will refuse to pay the bill.
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By Andrea Massaro, The Baltimore Sun | October 16, 2013
Dover, Del. Dover Downs Wine & Music Festival If you have a taste for wine and the spooky, join Dover Downs Hotel & Casino at its Halloween-themed 11th annual Wine & Music Festival. Come in costume to compete for prizes while enjoying samples of more than 60 wines from around the world, attending seminars and tasting food prepared by the hotel chefs. A DJ will provide background music while you browse the gift and food marketplace. The festival runs 3 p.m. to 10 p.m. Oct. 27 at the Rollins Center at Dover Downs Hotel & Casino.
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By Thom Loverro and Thom Loverro,Sun Staff Correspondent | November 20, 1990
UPPER MARLBORO -- Youths arrested in Prince George's County would undergo routine drug-testing, if a recommendation unveiled yesterday by a task force studying juvenile crime is adopted.However, that testing should only be done if adequate treatment is available for young drug users, said task force members in a report to county State's Attorney Alexander Williams Jr.The panel also recommended:* Use of drug-detecting dogs in county schools to reduce drug abuse among students.* Tougher penalties against parents who refuse to take part in court-ordered family therapy or who make it difficult for their children to comply with probation conditions.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Derek Toney | September 8, 1995
Since city schools joined the Maryland Public Secondary Schools Athletic Association two years ago, the football teams from City and Poly have routinely beaten the opposition by lopsided scores.Poly (20-3 over that stretch) reached the 3A state semifinals in 1993, and City has gone 18-3 as a 3A school. But winning isn't everything, the teams' coaches say."When you're hammering teams like we were, neither side is getting much out of it," said City's George Petrides. "I can't imagine blowing out MSA teams like that."
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By Kate Shatzkin and Holly Selby and Kate Shatzkin and Holly Selby,Sun Staff Writers | July 11, 1994
Three people, including a 2-year-old girl, died Saturday in two separate boating-related accidents, Maryland Natural Resources Police said.Two-year-old Lindsey McCunney of Glen Mills, Pa., died while on a boat on the Sassafras River in Kent County, police said. She was apparently the victim of carbon monoxide fumes from a cracked exhaust pipe on the family boat, police said.In a second accident, Bryant Perry, 11, drowned when a boat capsized in the Little Annemessex River, according to the Natural Resources police in Crisfield, Somerset County.
SPORTS
By Mike Preston | November 16, 1992
Maryland's recruiting season has gotten off to a good start.Arundel defensive lineman Richard Abrams, 6 feet 5 and 265 pounds, orally committed to the Terps over the weekend. Abrams runs the 40 in 4.9 and has been recruited by Clemson, North Carolina, N.C. State, Pittsburgh, Georgia and Virginia."Richard has great size, speed and the body you can put weight on," said Arundel coach Bill Zucco. "Major colleges love that."Another player Maryland seems to have an inside track on is Keno Shawell, a 5-11, 200-pound running back from Glen Mills Prep (Pa.)
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Staff Correspondent | January 11, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- James Spears, a 6-foot-6 forward who left Temple University last week after quitting the basketball team earlier this season, said yesterday that he hoped to be enrolled at the University of Maryland sometime next week."
NEWS
By Joel McCord and Joel McCord,Sun Staff Correspondent Eileen Canzian of The Sun's metropolitan staff contributed to this article | January 3, 1991
ANNAPOLIS -- Juvenile Court judges can decide what kind of treatment a youthful offender should receive, but only the Department of Juvenile Services has the authority to decide where he gets it, the Court of Appeals ruled yesterday.The decision overturned court orders in three Baltimore cases to send juvenile offenders to a private reformatory in Pennsylvania, with Juvenile Services picking up the bill.Judges can recommend a type of treatment, the unanimous court decided. But it is the prerogative of state officials, charged with controlling their own budget, to decide which facility could best provide that treatment at a reasonable cost.
NEWS
By Raymond L. Sanchez and Raymond L. Sanchez,Evening Sun Staff | January 3, 1991
The Maryland Court of Appeals has ruled that two Baltimore judges erred when they ordered state juvenile authorities to send three young offenders to a Pennsylvania reformatory at state expense.Decisions by Baltimore Circuit Judges Joseph H.H. Kaplan and Roger W. Brown to send three young offenders to the Glen Mills School, a private reformatory in Concordville, Pa., were "improper" and "prejudicially erroneous," the state's highest court said yesterday.Officials with the state Department of Juvenile Services, which pays for the care of juvenile delinquents, applauded the ruling.
SPORTS
By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Staff Correspondent | January 11, 1992
COLLEGE PARK -- James Spears, a 6-foot-6 forward who left Temple University last week after quitting the basketball team earlier this season, said yesterday that he hoped to be enrolled at the University of Maryland sometime next week."
NEWS
By Kate Shatzkin and Holly Selby and Kate Shatzkin and Holly Selby,Sun Staff Writers | July 11, 1994
Three people, including a 2-year-old girl, died Saturday in two separate boating-related accidents, Maryland Natural Resources Police said.Two-year-old Lindsey McCunney of Glen Mills, Pa., died while on a boat on the Sassafras River in Kent County, police said. She was apparently the victim of carbon monoxide fumes from a cracked exhaust pipe on the family boat, police said.In a second accident, Bryant Perry, 11, drowned when a boat capsized in the Little Annemessex River, according to the Natural Resources police in Crisfield, Somerset County.
NEWS
By Thom Loverro and Thom Loverro,Sun Staff Correspondent | November 20, 1990
UPPER MARLBORO -- Youths arrested in Prince George's County would undergo routine drug-testing, if a recommendation unveiled yesterday by a task force studying juvenile crime is adopted.However, that testing should only be done if adequate treatment is available for young drug users, said task force members in a report to county State's Attorney Alexander Williams Jr.The panel also recommended:* Use of drug-detecting dogs in county schools to reduce drug abuse among students.* Tougher penalties against parents who refuse to take part in court-ordered family therapy or who make it difficult for their children to comply with probation conditions.
NEWS
By Eileen Canzian | October 2, 1990
A Baltimore judge has ordered state juvenile authorities to send a young car thief to a private reformatory in Pennsylvania, paving the way for an appeals court battle over the authority of juvenile court judges.The state Department of Juvenile Services, which pays for the care of juvenile offenders, argued that Judge Joseph H. H. Kaplan could not force the agency to spend $30,000 a year to enroll the boy at the Glen Mills School in Concordville, Pa., when a less expensive program is available in Maryland.
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