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February 24, 2005
New Annapolis garage opens on West Street Annapolis officially opened its new Knighton parking garage on Colonial and West streets in Annapolis yesterday, city officials said. The garage will charge $1 an hour and a maximum of $10 a day for hourly parkers. Monthly rates will be $80 for those using the garage from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Those seeking 24-hour access will pay $100 a month. Knighton is the third garage to be operated by the city, along with the Hillman and Gott's Court garages.
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By Richard Irwin | March 8, 2002
Police Blotter is a sampling of crimes from police reports in Baltimore City and Baltimore County. Baltimore City Southwestern District Shooting: Darrell Bernard Halsey, 26, was in serious condition yesterday at Maryland Shock Trauma Center after being shot nine times Monday night while sitting on the front porch of his home in the 2900 block of Windsor Ave. by an unknown man who called out his name before firing. Halsey was wounded in the face, neck, a hand, both feet and his left hip, thigh and calf.
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By Norris P. West and Norris P. West,Staff Writer | July 15, 1993
A federal grand jury this week charged five former officials of a Brooklyn, N.Y., firm with selling generic drugs that had not been approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.The six-count indictment in U.S. District Court in Baltimore charged that Jay Marcus, the former president of Halsey Drug Co. Inc., and four other former company executives conspired to obstruct regulation by the FDA.Company officials allegedly shipped adulterated and unapproved generic drug products interstate in violation of federal law. Other charges include filing false statements with the FDA and obstruction of inspection.
NEWS
March 17, 1993
High school graduation set at academyMidshipmen won't be the only seniors graduating at the U.S. Naval Academy this year.For the first time since 1987, Annapolis High School students will be graduating in Annapolis, at the academy's Halsey Field House, instead of the Capital Center in Prince George's County."
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By Gerard Shields and Gerard Shields,SUN STAFF | April 1, 1998
Halsey the parrot flew the coop to visit a flock of friends Sunday a few blocks away -- the Orioles.The bright green nanday condor parrot with a black face escaped Saturday night through the open french doors of Natasha Parks' home on Jasper Street, about five blocks north of Camden Yards.The heartbroken Parks thought she had seen the last of her feathered friend, which she's had for four years. But when Parks and her mother went to the exhibition game Sunday between the Orioles and New York Mets, she thought she heard the distinctive piercing screech of her pal, Halsey.
NEWS
December 27, 2003
On December 23, 2003, BARBARA J. WILSON, of Bel Air; devoted mother of Kimberly Anders and Vicki A. Upchurch; loving daughter of Okie Marie Halsey Kennedy and the late Rex Lee Parsons; sister of Robert Parsons, Don Parsons, Patricia Ellis and the late Wilma Faye Parsons. Also survived by five grandchildren, Jeremy Erby, Amanda Upchurch, Janel Upchurch, Diamond Erby and Taylor Upchurch and two great-grandchildren. Former spouse and dear friend of Carl Edward Anders and friend Michael Bringger.
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By Jonathan Bor and Jonathan Bor,SUN STAFF | April 23, 1997
A consumer health organization is accusing the Johns Hopkins University and other U.S. research institutions of violating international rules of ethics by withholding proven AIDS treatments from women and children in overseas experiments.Public Citizen Health Research charged that nine federally funded experiments could cause about 1,000 newborns in Africa, Asia and the Caribbean to die needlessly. Six of the studies are under Hopkins supervision."It's Tuskegee Part Two, and this time many more people will die," said Dr. Sidney Wolfe, director of the Washington-based advocacy group.
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By Robert M. Pennington of the Ann Arrundell County Historical Society | June 18, 1995
50 Years Ago* An enthusiastic group of Annapolis business and political leaders gathered for a session today under the slogan, "Keep the Naval Academy in Annapolis." It is supported by Gov. O'Conor who plans to enlist aid at the Eastern Governors Conference to secure Naval Academy retention on the East Coast. -- The Sun, Aug. 10, 1945.* The gates of the Naval Academy swung open to the public for the first time since Pearl Harbor and the public streamed in to watch the Middies celebrate the victory over Japan.
NEWS
October 14, 1993
The Naval Academy will break ground for a two-story visitor center at 2 p.m. on Oct. 26.The facility will be located on the south side of Halsey Field House and will replace the academy's 30-year-old visitors booth in a first-floor corner of Ricketts Hall.The $4.5 million building will include a gift shop and an 80-seat auditorium that will show a film about the life of the midshipmen and the history of the academy. The second floor will contain naval exhibits and an observation deck overlooking the City Dock and the school.
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By Robert M. Pennington from the archives of the Ann Arrundell County Historical Society | December 28, 1997
50 years agoDick Scott, football center for the U.S. Naval Academy, was named to the 1947 Associated Press All-America second squad today. Art Markel, end, and Dick Shimshak, tackle, were given honorable mention. -- The Sun, Dec. 3, 1947.The Anne Arundel County Board of Education has chosen a site opposite the Harundale development for the new elementary school in Glen Burnie. Harder and Dressell are architects for the 20-room schoolhouse equipped with a cafeteria. -- The Sun, Dec. 6, 1947.
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