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By Edward Lee | November 12, 2011
Quarterback Joe Flacco's direction of the Ravens' come-from-behind victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday night was voted the winner of the GMC “Never Say Never Moment of the Week,” it was announced Friday. Flacco's 26-yard touchdown strike to rookie wide receiver Torrey Smith with eight seconds left in the fourth quarter propelled the Ravens to the 23-20 win against the Steelers. Fans voting at NFL.com/gmc chose Flacco's heroics over those of Arizona Cardinals punt returner Patrick Peterson's game-winning return for a touchdown in overtime against the St. Louis Rams and New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning's 1-yard touchdown pass to tight end Jake Ballard with 15 seconds left in a victory over the New England Patriots.
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By Jean Marbella, The Baltimore Sun | February 22, 2013
A multi-vehicle collision on Solomons Island Road in Harwood left one driver with life-threatening injuries and two other drivers and a passenger with a range of serious and minor injuries around 4 p.m. Friday, Anne Arundel County Police said. Timothy Alan Hartman of Mechanicsville, Md., was taken to University of Maryland Shock Trauma center with life-threatening injuries after the Ford pickup truck that he was driving southbound on Solomons Island Road near Harwood Road struck a minivan, police said.
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September 14, 1995
POLICE LOG* Ellicott City: 2600 block of Thornbrook Road: Someone attempted to steal a 1994 GMC Jimmy Monday.
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By Edward Lee | January 9, 2012
Joe Flacco is one of five candidates competing for the GMC Never Say Never Moment of the Year. The Ravens quarterback was singled out for his 26-yard touchdown pass to rookie wide receiver Torrey Smith with eight seconds left in the fourth quarter. That score capped a 13-play, 92-yard drive that gave the team an eventual 23-20 win against the Pittsburgh Steelers on Nov. 6 and a sweep of their AFC North rivals. Flacco is vying for the award with Green Bay Packers outside linebacker Clay Matthews (led a goal-line stop of New Orleans Saints running back Mark Ingram to preserve a 42-34 victory on Sept.
NEWS
February 16, 1995
POLICE LOG* Hickory Ridge: 10600 block of High Beam Court: A maroon 1989 GMC Sierra truck with Maryland tags 041-179 was reported stolen Monday.
NEWS
March 28, 1995
POLICE LOG*North Laurel: North Laurel Road/Whiskey Run Road: A blue 1984 GMC van with Maryland tags 069512M was stolen Friday, police said.
NEWS
April 26, 1993
* Magothy Beach: Two large jars of paint were thrown into the engine of a 1990 GMC Sierra parked in front of a home in the 200 block of Magothy Road Wednesday.
NEWS
September 2, 1994
POLICE LOG* North Laurel: 9100 block of All Saints Road: A white 1985 GMC Astro van with Maryland tags 167029 was stolen between Saturday and Monday. "STERLING FLORISTS" was painted onboth sides of the van, police said.
NEWS
November 6, 1997
Police LogPasadena: Someone stole power tools and a tool box worth $2,342 from a 1988 GMC truck owned by American Underground while it was parked on the business' property in the 600 block of Pittman Road overnight Monday.Pub Date: 11/06/97
NEWS
December 20, 1996
Police LogAnnapolis: Someone stole a tool box full of tools worth $441 from a 1989 GMC truck parked at Sam's Club in the 2100 block of Generals Highway about 7 p.m. Monday.Pub Date: 12/20/96
SPORTS
By Edward Lee | November 12, 2011
Quarterback Joe Flacco's direction of the Ravens' come-from-behind victory over the Pittsburgh Steelers Sunday night was voted the winner of the GMC “Never Say Never Moment of the Week,” it was announced Friday. Flacco's 26-yard touchdown strike to rookie wide receiver Torrey Smith with eight seconds left in the fourth quarter propelled the Ravens to the 23-20 win against the Steelers. Fans voting at NFL.com/gmc chose Flacco's heroics over those of Arizona Cardinals punt returner Patrick Peterson's game-winning return for a touchdown in overtime against the St. Louis Rams and New York Giants quarterback Eli Manning's 1-yard touchdown pass to tight end Jake Ballard with 15 seconds left in a victory over the New England Patriots.
NEWS
March 27, 2006
As General Motors tries to get out from under crushing losses by offering buyouts to more than 100,000 union workers, it's worth remembering that this was exactly what Congress hoped to avoid by resisting repeated efforts over the past two decades to force U.S. automakers to raise their fuel-efficiency standards. What we now know, of course, is that Congress did the industry no favor. The soaring price of fuel has made those gas-guzzling monster trucks and SUVs in which Detroit specializes mighty unattractive.
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By RICHARD IRWIN | October 3, 2005
One driver was killed and another injured in a two-vehicle collision early yesterday in eastern Baltimore County near Gunpowder Falls State Park, county police said. Shortly after 1 a.m., Jerry Neaves Jr., 43, of the 2000 block of Whiteford Road in Whiteford was driving a 2004 GMC Sierra east on Pulaski Highway near Mohrs Lane when he ran into the rear of a 1991 GMC truck driven by Robert L. Williams, 67, of the 100 block of Ridgelawn Road in Reisterstown. The impact sent the truck into a curb, where it overturned.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | May 28, 2002
A New Windsor man died yesterday of injuries he suffered in an accident Sunday when the motorcycle he was driving collided with a pickup truck on Route 407 in Carroll County. Stephen Edward Toop, 40, died at Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore yesterday afternoon, state police reported. Toop was driving a 1985 Harley-Davidson west on Route 407 near New Windsor about 5 p.m. when he crossed into the eastbound lane and struck a 1981 GMC pickup truck driven by Lawrence Martin Beck, 53, of Baltimore, police said.
BUSINESS
By Sean Somerville and Sean Somerville,SUN STAFF | July 22, 1999
General Motors Corp. said yesterday that it will recall 3.5 million light trucks because of brake problems after two of the longest and most intensive defect investigations ever conducted by the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration.GM, the world's largest automaker, said it is initiating a safety recall of 1.1 million Chevrolet S-10 and GMC Sonoma four-wheel-drive trucks from the 1991 through 1996 model years. Owners of those vehicles will be asked to take them to mechanics so that an anti-lock brake sensor switch can be replaced.
NEWS
July 3, 1999
A New Jersey conventioneer found beaten to death Wednesday night in his Fells Point hotel room was identified yesterday as Christopher William Jones, 37, a New Jersey man and an employee of Pfizer Inc.Also yesterday, detectives found his car, a 1999 GMC Yukon, but refused to say where it was found or give other details.Detectives would not say yesterday whether they had established a motive for the killing.Pub Date: 7/03/99
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January 3, 1996
Police logElkridge: 7300 block of Gardenview Drive: Appliances and ceiling fans were stolen from a house under construction between Dec. 22 and Friday, police said.Ellicott City: 9300 block of U.S. 40: Someone tried to steal a 1985 GMC Suburban by tampering with its steering column Saturday night or Sunday, police said.
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By Ted Shelsby and Ted Shelsby,SUN STAFF | May 23, 1998
Automotive history was made here this week when the principals of a holding company signed an agreement with General Motors Corp. to acquire three Pontiac dealerships in the Baltimore area. "When we signed the papers on Monday, it was the first time, other than with Saturn, that GM has allowed a dealer to have more than one store selling the same brand in a marketing area," Tony March, co-president of March/Hodge Holding Co., said yesterday.The holding company acquired the former Admiral Pontiac and a GMC truck dealership in Glen Burnie, the former O'Donnell Pontiac in Ellicott City and the former Columbia Pontiac Buick GMC.The four outlets had previously been acquired by GM, which had already combined the Glen Burnie dealerships.
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By Ted Shelsby and Ted Shelsby,SUN STAFF | April 22, 1998
General Motors Corp. officials came to town yesterday and talked about the company's plans for five new GMC and Chevrolet truck models this year or next, but those plans don't include Baltimore.There was no mention of the GMC Safari or Chevrolet Astro mid-sized vans assembled on Broening Highway during the company's two-hour stockholder forum, held at the Sheraton Inner Harbor and attended by about 250 GM investors."I can't speak for the Baltimore plant," said Nancy Cunningham, manager of shareholder relations for the nation's largest automaker, after the session.
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