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January 31, 2006
On January 30, 2006, William Francis "Ken" Fanning of Boring, beloved husband of Ruth K. Fanning (nee Eitemiller). Father of Errol A. Ecker and Katherine Black. Brother of Alberta Wienecke. Grandfather of Gretchen Sisk, Bronwyn Haden, Kenna Haden and Jackson Haden. Services from the ELINE FUNERAL HOME, 11824 Reisterstown Road( at Franklin Blvd.) Thursday, 11A.M. Interment Hampstead Cemetery. Friends may call Wednesday from 3-5 and 7-9 P.M. www. Eline Funeral Home.com
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By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | September 20, 2014
In NFL locker rooms, respect isn't earned only on the field. The almighty dollar also helps. When the Cleveland Browns signed Pro Bowl cornerback Joe Haden to a five-year, $68 million contract in May that included $45 million guaranteed, it affirmed his reputation as one of the top cornerbacks in the game - and his value to the AFC North franchise. "What sets Joe Haden apart? He's not an average corner," Ravens wide receiver Steve Smith said. "His contract, that shows you he's not average.
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun reporter | December 10, 2006
River Hill's dream season turned into a nightmare at M&T Bank Stadium last night, thanks to Friendly quarterback Joe Haden. Haden, who is headed to the University of Florida to become a wide receiver, led Friendly of Prince George's County to the Class 3A state championship with a 37-18 victory over top-ranked and previously unbeaten River Hill. The Hawks played the second half without leading rusher and tackler Zach Martin, who left the game after suffering a separated shoulder in the second quarter.
SPORTS
By Aaron Wilson, The Baltimore Sun | September 14, 2013
Conversations between Ravens wide receiver Torrey Smith and Cleveland Browns cornerback Joe Haden rarely focus on press coverage and fly patterns. Two of the top young players in the AFC North will square off again Sunday at M&T Bank Stadium, but Smith and Haden's relationship isn't confined to the annual series between the division rivals. Growing up in Virginia, Smith and Haden became childhood friends and remained close even as Haden attended high school in Maryland and went to college at Florida.
NEWS
March 27, 2004
Charles H. Haden II, 66, the federal judge who drew national attention in 1999 to the leveling of Appalachian mountaintops for their coal, died March 20, at his home in Morgantown, W.Va. Appointed by President Gerald R. Ford in 1975, he served as chief judge of U.S. District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia until two years ago. Mr. Haden sided with environmentalists who challenged the strip-mining practice of dynamiting away mountaintops to expose seams of low-sulfur coal.
NEWS
By Daniel P. Clemens Jr. and Daniel P. Clemens Jr.,Staff writer | February 2, 1992
A Finksburg company says it needs a long-term recycling agreement orit will stop accepting county-collected recyclables for free on March 1.Phoenix Recycling Inc., which takes some 160 tons of county recyclables monthly, said a depressed recycling market and a recessionary economy preclude it from continuing to provide a free drop-off site for county recyclables."
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By Traci A. Johnson and Traci A. Johnson,Staff Writer | September 29, 1992
TANEYTOWN -- It's a dirty job, and Haden Trash Removal has contracted to do it. But according to the city's arrangement, Haden isn't necessarily the only hauler for the job.There is no clause in the contract between the city and Haden Trash Removal Inc., which picks up the town's garbage on Thursdays, to prevent residents who are dissatisfied with the current one-day service from paying other haulers to make the trip twice a week.So some residents are doing just that, which has the city fathers confused and a little upset.
NEWS
By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Staff writer | March 24, 1991
The town is earning high marks for its participation in the county'sonly curbside recycling project. The bag system, used to collect recyclables, is failing the course.The project began about 18 monthsago, with residents filling reusable plastic bags with recyclable glass, aluminum and plastic. At the start of the project, the town useda state grant to purchase about 1,400 bags, at a cost of $1 each.Wednesdays, two Haden Trash Removal trucks arrive in town. One picks up the regular trash.
SPORTS
By Milton Kent | October 15, 1996
If getting through the Sunday bloat of NFL football and the relentless public relations machinery that goes with it is a chore, it's good to know that, at least for half a season, there's TNT, whose Sunday night package provides all the detail of the other NFL carriers, but with an insouciance and charm that no one else delivers.From this perspective, Sunday's Baltimore-Indianapolis game, seen locally on TNT and Channel 54, was easily the best presentation of a Ravens contest seen so far this year.
SPORTS
By Milton Kent | January 7, 2000
Verne Lundquist chuckled heartily the other day at the memory of a dinner conversation he had with former Southern California quarterback Pat Haden and NBA great Billy Cunningham at a Masters buffet in 1986 that perfectly summed up his career. Lundquist, who will call Sunday's Maryland-Duke men's basketball game for CBS (Channel 13, 1 p.m.) with Billy Packer, had worked with Haden and Cunningham on the network's college football and basketball packages, respectively, only to see the two of them become lead analysts for those sports.
SPORTS
By Matt Vensel | November 2, 2012
If Torrey Smith has his way, there will be at least a few yards separating him and Joe Haden on Sunday. But away from the football field, Smith and the Cleveland Browns cornerback remain tight after growing up in neighboring communities in Virginia. Haden moved back to Maryland in middle school, but they kept in touch throughout high school and when Smith attended college at Maryland and Haden headed south to Florida. Their families are close, too. Haden's grandfather, whom Smith says is a pastor at a church down in Virginia, spoke at the funeral for Smith's young brother, Tevin, who died in a motorcycle crash in September.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | September 27, 2012
The Cleveland Browns, the Ravens' opponent Thursday night, rank 27th in pass defense in the NFL, and one reason could be the absence of cornerback Joe Haden. Haden, drafted in the first round in 2010, is a Pro Bowl-caliber cornerback who is widely respected by opposing quarterbacks. So his absence due to a four-game suspension for failing a drug test has impacted the Browns. In the two games that Cleveland has played without Haden, the Cincinnati Bengals' Andy Dalton and the Buffalo Bills' Ryan Fitzpatrick each threw three touchdown passes and completed more than 62 percent of their throws.
NEWS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun reporter | December 10, 2006
River Hill's dream season turned into a nightmare at M&T Bank Stadium last night, thanks to Friendly quarterback Joe Haden. Haden, who is headed to the University of Florida to become a wide receiver, led Friendly of Prince George's County to the Class 3A state championship with a 37-18 victory over top-ranked and previously unbeaten River Hill. The Hawks played the second half without leading rusher and tackler Zach Martin, who left the game after suffering a separated shoulder in the second quarter.
NEWS
January 31, 2006
On January 30, 2006, William Francis "Ken" Fanning of Boring, beloved husband of Ruth K. Fanning (nee Eitemiller). Father of Errol A. Ecker and Katherine Black. Brother of Alberta Wienecke. Grandfather of Gretchen Sisk, Bronwyn Haden, Kenna Haden and Jackson Haden. Services from the ELINE FUNERAL HOME, 11824 Reisterstown Road( at Franklin Blvd.) Thursday, 11A.M. Interment Hampstead Cemetery. Friends may call Wednesday from 3-5 and 7-9 P.M. www. Eline Funeral Home.com
NEWS
By Chris Guy and Chris Guy,SUN STAFF | August 5, 2005
HOOPERS ISLAND - Just a few months ago, Harry Phillips wouldn't have bet a nickel that his crab processing plant would still be in business - much less humming along, turning out mounds of creamy steamed crabmeat. In March, Maryland's Eastern Shore seafood packers were waiting anxiously to see whether Congress would approve a bill allowing hundreds of guest workers from Mexico to get temporary visas to return to this country for the crab season. "It looked real bad there for a while," Phillips said.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Richard Cromelin and Richard Cromelin,LOS ANGELES TIMES | March 20, 2005
It's not exactly that Petra Haden isn't taking this thing seriously. It's just that it was really a private project taken on as an exercise, and she had no intention of playing it for anyone except friends, primarily Mike Watt, the Los Angeles musician who challenged her to try it in the first place. Anyway, who in the world would want a start-to-finish, home-recorded re-creation of the Who's classic 1967 album The Who Sell Out, done entirely a cappella, with Haden's multi-tracked singing emulating every instrumental and vocal line of the original?
NEWS
By Chris Guy and Chris Guy,SUN STAFF | August 5, 2005
HOOPERS ISLAND - Just a few months ago, Harry Phillips wouldn't have bet a nickel that his crab processing plant would still be in business - much less humming along, turning out mounds of creamy steamed crabmeat. In March, Maryland's Eastern Shore seafood packers were waiting anxiously to see whether Congress would approve a bill allowing hundreds of guest workers from Mexico to get temporary visas to return to this country for the crab season. "It looked real bad there for a while," Phillips said.
NEWS
April 24, 1991
The Town Council voted Monday to renew its hauling and recycling contract with Haden Trash Removal for one year.The council decided that Haden's was the most reasonable of the four bids the town received.The company offered several options, including regular trash pick-up and continued use of recyclable bags for $275 a week or for $350 a week, if the town uses Haden's plastic bins for recyclables. The hauler agreed to replace any damaged bins.The council, hoping to reduce the cost, asked Town Clerk Kathleen D. Kreimer to look into the purchase of bins for town residents before the Haden contract expiresJuly 1.The county's trash tipping fees would be added to those costs.
NEWS
March 27, 2004
Charles H. Haden II, 66, the federal judge who drew national attention in 1999 to the leveling of Appalachian mountaintops for their coal, died March 20, at his home in Morgantown, W.Va. Appointed by President Gerald R. Ford in 1975, he served as chief judge of U.S. District Court for the Southern District of West Virginia until two years ago. Mr. Haden sided with environmentalists who challenged the strip-mining practice of dynamiting away mountaintops to expose seams of low-sulfur coal.
SPORTS
By Milton Kent | January 7, 2000
Verne Lundquist chuckled heartily the other day at the memory of a dinner conversation he had with former Southern California quarterback Pat Haden and NBA great Billy Cunningham at a Masters buffet in 1986 that perfectly summed up his career. Lundquist, who will call Sunday's Maryland-Duke men's basketball game for CBS (Channel 13, 1 p.m.) with Billy Packer, had worked with Haden and Cunningham on the network's college football and basketball packages, respectively, only to see the two of them become lead analysts for those sports.
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