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By Glenn Graham | September 6, 2006
Michelle Grosso is an All-Metro senior hitter for Centennial, which is a two-time defending Class 3A state champion. She has a 3.7 grade point average and is considering a number of colleges, with plans on majoring in hotel management. Her dream is to one day own a hotel. What do you enjoy most about volleyball? I love the whole idea of the team - having players there with you, having to work together as a team. And the competition is always fun. How did volleyball set itself apart from the other sports (basketball and softball)
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun reporter | November 15, 2006
College Park -- Michelle Grosso caught fire in the last two games as defending state champion Centennial survived a five-game match against No. 14 Catonsville in the Class 3A state semifinals at the University of Maryland's Ritchie Coliseum last night. The underdog Comets won the first two games by scores of 25-22 and 25-21 before the third-ranked Eagles came back to win the last three games by 25-17, 25-23 and 15-6. Centennial, under first-year coach Jerry Hulla, will play Huntingtown for the 3A state title at 3 p.m. Saturday at Comcast Center.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | June 30, 1999
The woman who killed a Baltimore bar bouncer in 1969 and spent 19 years on the run after breaking out of prison saw three years added to her life-plus-one-year sentence yesterday.As her tearful family watched, a thin, pale Theresa Grosso, 55, smiled at relatives and returned to prison.Anne Arundel County Circuit Judge Ronald B. Silkworth said he was showing consideration for the exemplary life Grosso led while a fugitive. But the relatives of her victim were angered that Grosso received clemency for raising a loving family -- something they said she prevented Melvin "Lucky" Luckart, a 29-year-old father, from doing.
NEWS
By Glenn Graham | September 6, 2006
Michelle Grosso is an All-Metro senior hitter for Centennial, which is a two-time defending Class 3A state champion. She has a 3.7 grade point average and is considering a number of colleges, with plans on majoring in hotel management. Her dream is to one day own a hotel. What do you enjoy most about volleyball? I love the whole idea of the team - having players there with you, having to work together as a team. And the competition is always fun. How did volleyball set itself apart from the other sports (basketball and softball)
NEWS
By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | June 30, 1999
The woman who killed a Baltimore bar bouncer in 1969 and spent 19 years on the run after breaking out of prison saw three years added to her life-plus-one-year sentence yesterday.As her tearful family watched, a thin, pale Theresa Grosso, 55, was returned to prison the same way she walked in, smiling at relatives, handcuffed and wearing a neon orange jumpsuit emblazoned with black Division of Correction lettering.Anne Arundel County Circuit Judge Ronald B. Silkworth said he was showing consideration for the exemplary life Grosso led while a fugitive.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | March 13, 1997
Federal agents in Honolulu are searching for a convicted murderer who was serving a life sentence when she escaped from a Maryland prison in 1979.Theresa Marie Grosso, 48, a former Baltimore resident, is believed to be on Kauai, Hawaii, the FBI said yesterday. She was a stripper on The Block in 1969 when she fatally shot Melvin N. Luckart, 28, the doorman at Judge's Bar in North Baltimore, who had refused her entrance because she was intoxicated.Grosso was convicted in 1970 and escaped from the Maryland Correctional Institution for Women-Jessup in 1979.
NEWS
By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,SUN STAFF | December 2, 1998
A woman who killed a bar bouncer on Greenmount Avenue in 1969 and escaped from prison a decade later was back in custody yesterday -- arrested during a marijuana bust near Gainesville, Fla., authorities said.Theresa Grosso, 50, was being held in the Levy County Jail in Williston, Fla., pending her extradition to Baltimore, said the FBI and Levy County sheriff's office. Grosso had been serving a life sentence with the possibility of parole.Grosso also escaped from Maryland prisons in 1971, 1972 and 1976.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | February 9, 1999
A killer whose fourth escape from prison gave her nearly two decades of freedom was indicted yesterday in Anne Arundel County on one count of escape.If convicted, Theresa Grosso, 54, would face a maximum penalty of 10 more years in prison. She was serving a life term for the September 1969 fatal shooting of Melvin "Lucky" Luckart, the doorman at a Waverly nightclub who refused to let her in.A former dancer on Baltimore's Block, Grosso, who went from Florida to Hawaii and back since her escape in 1979, was turned in to Florida authorities by an acquaintance in December and brought back to Maryland.
NEWS
April 14, 2003
On Saturday, April 12, 2003, AARON SIDNEY RUDO; darling husband of Shirley Rudo (nee Friedland); beloved father of Bonnie Grosso and Carol Wagenheim both of Baltimore, MD; devoted father-in-law of Howard Wagenheim; beloved brother of the late Charles Rudo; loving grandfather of Lindsay and Frank Pugliese, Stacie Grosso, Alex Wagenheim and Jamie Wagenheim. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road, at Mt. Wilson Lane, on Sunday, April 13, at 10 A.M. Interment Oheb Shalom Memorial Park, Berrymans Lane.
NEWS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun reporter | November 15, 2006
College Park -- Michelle Grosso caught fire in the last two games as defending state champion Centennial survived a five-game match against No. 14 Catonsville in the Class 3A state semifinals at the University of Maryland's Ritchie Coliseum last night. The underdog Comets won the first two games by scores of 25-22 and 25-21 before the third-ranked Eagles came back to win the last three games by 25-17, 25-23 and 15-6. Centennial, under first-year coach Jerry Hulla, will play Huntingtown for the 3A state title at 3 p.m. Saturday at Comcast Center.
NEWS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun reporter | August 30, 2006
Centennial's volleyball team has gone 39-1 over the past two seasons, and there are a number of reasons to believe it could continue that kind of dominance. There's All-Metro hitter Michelle Grosso, who is 5 feet 11 and talks about winning as continuing "to do our thing." There's Tehya Mockapetris, who stuns opponents with her powerful hitting. She is only 5-3 but makes up for it with a 28 1/2 -inch vertical leap. There's Kristina Swan, a senior setter who is as strategic as she is skillful, and Kasey Quinn, whose versatility as a hitter and defensive specialist defines Centennial's depth.
SPORTS
By GRAHAME L. JONES | July 5, 2006
DORTMUND, Germany -- Italy has some tremendous soccer players, the sort who never give up, never stop running, never stop seeking ways to win. All of that was evident yesterday when Italy overcame not only Germany and almost 65,000 German fans at the cauldron of noise that is Westfalen Stadium, in a World Cup semifinal that crackled with tension and that was not decided until overtime itself had all but expired. world cup Portugal vs. France, 3 p.m. today, ESPN
NEWS
By Alec MacGillis and Alec MacGillis,SUN STAFF | October 30, 2004
When Andre J. Hornsby was named schools CEO in Prince George's County last year, it created an opportunity for James Grosso. Grosso was assistant superintendent for operations in the Yonkers, N.Y., schools when Hornsby led that system from 1998 to 2000. After learning that Hornsby had been hired in Prince George's, Grosso said, he contacted him to offer the services of his New York project managing firm, Facility Planners Group. In recent months, he said, he has done about $500,000 in work, with more in the pipeline.
TRAVEL
By Bruce Friedland and Bruce Friedland,SUN TRAVEL EDITOR | May 4, 2003
In well-mannered Charleston, S.C., even the panhandlers know how to act. Approaching a few tourists walking back to their hotel late one Saturday night, a man with outstretched hand asks politely if anyone has a random act of kindness in his or her heart. For Charlestonians, it seems, being gracious is a matter of civic duty. So it's no surprise that surveys regularly name Charleston the country's Most Mannerly City and place it among the top U.S. tourist destinations. But if you spend time in this city, with its cobblestone alleyways and secret gardens, its historic homes, Palmetto-lined promenades and sophisticated shops and restaurants, you will notice that there is more here than Southern charm.
NEWS
April 14, 2003
On Saturday, April 12, 2003, AARON SIDNEY RUDO; darling husband of Shirley Rudo (nee Friedland); beloved father of Bonnie Grosso and Carol Wagenheim both of Baltimore, MD; devoted father-in-law of Howard Wagenheim; beloved brother of the late Charles Rudo; loving grandfather of Lindsay and Frank Pugliese, Stacie Grosso, Alex Wagenheim and Jamie Wagenheim. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS., INC., 8900 Reisterstown Road, at Mt. Wilson Lane, on Sunday, April 13, at 10 A.M. Interment Oheb Shalom Memorial Park, Berrymans Lane.
NEWS
By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | June 30, 1999
The woman who killed a Baltimore bar bouncer in 1969 and spent 19 years on the run after breaking out of prison saw three years added to her life-plus-one-year sentence yesterday.As her tearful family watched, a thin, pale Theresa Grosso, 55, smiled at relatives and returned to prison.Anne Arundel County Circuit Judge Ronald B. Silkworth said he was showing consideration for the exemplary life Grosso led while a fugitive. But the relatives of her victim were angered that Grosso received clemency for raising a loving family -- something they said she prevented Melvin "Lucky" Luckart, a 29-year-old father, from doing.
NEWS
By Alec MacGillis and Alec MacGillis,SUN STAFF | October 30, 2004
When Andre J. Hornsby was named schools CEO in Prince George's County last year, it created an opportunity for James Grosso. Grosso was assistant superintendent for operations in the Yonkers, N.Y., schools when Hornsby led that system from 1998 to 2000. After learning that Hornsby had been hired in Prince George's, Grosso said, he contacted him to offer the services of his New York project managing firm, Facility Planners Group. In recent months, he said, he has done about $500,000 in work, with more in the pipeline.
NEWS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun reporter | August 30, 2006
Centennial's volleyball team has gone 39-1 over the past two seasons, and there are a number of reasons to believe it could continue that kind of dominance. There's All-Metro hitter Michelle Grosso, who is 5 feet 11 and talks about winning as continuing "to do our thing." There's Tehya Mockapetris, who stuns opponents with her powerful hitting. She is only 5-3 but makes up for it with a 28 1/2 -inch vertical leap. There's Kristina Swan, a senior setter who is as strategic as she is skillful, and Kasey Quinn, whose versatility as a hitter and defensive specialist defines Centennial's depth.
NEWS
By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | June 30, 1999
The woman who killed a Baltimore bar bouncer in 1969 and spent 19 years on the run after breaking out of prison saw three years added to her life-plus-one-year sentence yesterday.As her tearful family watched, a thin, pale Theresa Grosso, 55, was returned to prison the same way she walked in, smiling at relatives, handcuffed and wearing a neon orange jumpsuit emblazoned with black Division of Correction lettering.Anne Arundel County Circuit Judge Ronald B. Silkworth said he was showing consideration for the exemplary life Grosso led while a fugitive.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | February 9, 1999
A killer whose fourth escape from prison gave her nearly two decades of freedom was indicted yesterday in Anne Arundel County on one count of escape.If convicted, Theresa Grosso, 54, would face a maximum penalty of 10 more years in prison. She was serving a life term for the September 1969 fatal shooting of Melvin "Lucky" Luckart, the doorman at a Waverly nightclub who refused to let her in.A former dancer on Baltimore's Block, Grosso, who went from Florida to Hawaii and back since her escape in 1979, was turned in to Florida authorities by an acquaintance in December and brought back to Maryland.
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