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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | September 26, 2013
A firefighter suffered minor injuries in a blaze that broke out at a Lansdowne apartment building Thursday afternoon - displacing 27 people, Baltimore County fire officials said. Firefighters were called just before 12:30 p.m. to a 2 Silerton Road, where they found smoke and flames coming from the third floor apartments. Firefighters attempted to search the building but had to evacuate it about a half-hour later. Eventually, all residents had exited the building and the fire was placed under control at 1:50 p.m. One firefighter was taken to a local hospital for a hand injury.
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | September 26, 2013
A firefighter suffered minor injuries in a blaze that broke out at a Lansdowne apartment building Thursday afternoon - displacing 27 people, Baltimore County fire officials said. Firefighters were called just before 12:30 p.m. to a 2 Silerton Road, where they found smoke and flames coming from the third floor apartments. Firefighters attempted to search the building but had to evacuate it about a half-hour later. Eventually, all residents had exited the building and the fire was placed under control at 1:50 p.m. One firefighter was taken to a local hospital for a hand injury.
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Sports Digest | June 9, 2012
NHL Capitals to part ways with veteran Halpern Potomac native Jeff Halpern said Friday that general manager George McPhee called recently to inform him the Washington Capitals wouldn't try to re-sign him. Halpern, a 36-year-old center set to become an unrestricted free agent July 1, said he wasn't surprised by the news. "I just think how the last 20 games went, it was there," said Halpern, who signed a one-year deal as an unrestricted free agent last summer for a second stint with his hometown team.
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By Seth Boster and The Baltimore Sun | June 13, 2013
When Jeff Kemp got the call from Chris Gale with the Orioles' baseball operations and scouting team, he had a couch in hand. “I was actually helping a few friends move,” said Kemp, a Bowie native speaking in his Aberdeen IronBirds jersey during a media event Thursday at Ripken Stadium.  After being drafted in the 33rd round of this month's MLB draft out of Radford, the Archbishop Spalding graduate won't have to move himself far to start...
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By Seth Boster and The Baltimore Sun | June 13, 2013
When Jeff Kemp got the call from Chris Gale with the Orioles' baseball operations and scouting team, he had a couch in hand. “I was actually helping a few friends move,” said Kemp, a Bowie native speaking in his Aberdeen IronBirds jersey during a media event Thursday at Ripken Stadium.  After being drafted in the 33rd round of this month's MLB draft out of Radford, the Archbishop Spalding graduate won't have to move himself far to start...
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By Matt Slovin and The Baltimore Sun | August 2, 2012
Each morning, we'll hook you up with some reading material to skim through as you slug down coffee and slack off at the start of your workday. ** Michael Phelps has accomplished the unthinkable in his Olympic career. Read why he has more work to do before it's all said and done . ** Phelps earned the second seed in the preliminary meet for the 100-meter butterfly competition. Check out our coverage from London . ** Police in Aberdeen have been tightlipped regarding Vi Ripken's recent abduction.
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September 9, 2012
RAVENS PASSING GAME: The Ravens will unveil their new-look, up-tempo with quarterback Joe Flacco who had his best preseason as a pro. The Ravens finished 19th in the league in passing yards last year, but the addition of Jacoby Jones and maturation of Torrey Smith have them believing bigger things are ahead. (EDGE: EVEN) RUNNING GAME: Ray Rice had two of his best games last season against the Bengals, totaling 295 rushing yards and four touchdowns. He should be extra fresh having carried the ball just 10 times in the preseason.
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By Edward Lee | March 18, 2012
Wells Stanwick made his return from a right hand injury after sitting out three games. But if the freshman had a choice, he would've returned much sooner to No. 2 Johns Hopkins than Saturday's 11-7 victory over No. 7 Syracuse. “I was pressing,” Stanwick said after the contest. “If you talked to our coaches, they'll probably tell you that I was trying to get out there. But it was smart to sit out a couple games and let everything come back to 100 percent.” Stanwick injured his hand in the week leading to the Blue Jays' eventual 10-8 win against Princeton March 3. Both he and senior attackman Chris Boland were dressed during pre-game warm-ups, but only Stanwick entered the game, running with the second midfield.
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By Edward Lee | June 8, 2012
Here is the fifth installment of a series that checks in with the seven Division I programs in the state to give a glimpse into the past and the future. Teams are scheduled to appear according to the chronological order in which their seasons ended. Thursday's visit was with Mount St. Mary's. Friday's visit is with Johns Hopkins. REVIEW The good: The Blue Jays opened the season with eight consecutive wins, accruing their first 8-0 start since 2005. Eventually, the team finished the regular season with an 11-3 record and the No. 2 seed in the NCAA tournament.
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By Dan Connolly, The Baltimore Sun | July 14, 2011
Designated hitter Vladimir Guerrero didn't hit cleanup for the Orioles on Thursday night, but it had nothing to do with his waning production in the first half. Guerrero came into the clubhouse Thursday afternoon still feeling discomfort in his right hand, were he was hit with a pitch by the Boston Red Sox's Kyle Weiland on Sunday. "He came in about 1:30 and said he needed another day, pretty sore," Showalter said. Guerrero was struck in the hand in the fifth inning and left Sunday's game — at the time, that concerned Showalter.
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September 9, 2012
RAVENS PASSING GAME: The Ravens will unveil their new-look, up-tempo with quarterback Joe Flacco who had his best preseason as a pro. The Ravens finished 19th in the league in passing yards last year, but the addition of Jacoby Jones and maturation of Torrey Smith have them believing bigger things are ahead. (EDGE: EVEN) RUNNING GAME: Ray Rice had two of his best games last season against the Bengals, totaling 295 rushing yards and four touchdowns. He should be extra fresh having carried the ball just 10 times in the preseason.
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By Matt Slovin and The Baltimore Sun | August 2, 2012
Each morning, we'll hook you up with some reading material to skim through as you slug down coffee and slack off at the start of your workday. ** Michael Phelps has accomplished the unthinkable in his Olympic career. Read why he has more work to do before it's all said and done . ** Phelps earned the second seed in the preliminary meet for the 100-meter butterfly competition. Check out our coverage from London . ** Police in Aberdeen have been tightlipped regarding Vi Ripken's recent abduction.
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Sports Digest | June 9, 2012
NHL Capitals to part ways with veteran Halpern Potomac native Jeff Halpern said Friday that general manager George McPhee called recently to inform him the Washington Capitals wouldn't try to re-sign him. Halpern, a 36-year-old center set to become an unrestricted free agent July 1, said he wasn't surprised by the news. "I just think how the last 20 games went, it was there," said Halpern, who signed a one-year deal as an unrestricted free agent last summer for a second stint with his hometown team.
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By Edward Lee | June 8, 2012
Here is the fifth installment of a series that checks in with the seven Division I programs in the state to give a glimpse into the past and the future. Teams are scheduled to appear according to the chronological order in which their seasons ended. Thursday's visit was with Mount St. Mary's. Friday's visit is with Johns Hopkins. REVIEW The good: The Blue Jays opened the season with eight consecutive wins, accruing their first 8-0 start since 2005. Eventually, the team finished the regular season with an 11-3 record and the No. 2 seed in the NCAA tournament.
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By Edward Lee | April 8, 2012
That Justin Lea has recorded 10 goals and three assists in just three contests for No. 6 Stevenson demonstrates how vital the senior midfielder is to the offense. It also shows how determined the Elkridge native and Mount St. Joseph graduate is to making a difference for the Mustangs, who improved to 11-2 after defeating No. 8 Denison, 12-9, Saturday. Lea was sidelined for eight straight contests after breaking a bone in his right hand during practice after the team had beaten Hampden-Sydney Feb. 25. The bone eventually healed, but Lea still wears a protective wrap on his hand.
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By Edward Lee | March 18, 2012
Wells Stanwick made his return from a right hand injury after sitting out three games. But if the freshman had a choice, he would've returned much sooner to No. 2 Johns Hopkins than Saturday's 11-7 victory over No. 7 Syracuse. “I was pressing,” Stanwick said after the contest. “If you talked to our coaches, they'll probably tell you that I was trying to get out there. But it was smart to sit out a couple games and let everything come back to 100 percent.” Stanwick injured his hand in the week leading to the Blue Jays' eventual 10-8 win against Princeton March 3. Both he and senior attackman Chris Boland were dressed during pre-game warm-ups, but only Stanwick entered the game, running with the second midfield.
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By Sherry Joe and Sherry Joe,Staff Writer | December 21, 1992
A longtime jewelry shop in historic Ellicott City is closing its doors next month.Ed Mick, 72, owner of The Mine Shaft, says complications from an old football injury have impaired circulation in his hand and made it impossible to continue with his work. He has owned the Main Street shop for 14 years, and will now go into the specialty advertising business.To make his jewelry, Mr. Mick needs to hold pliers to twist delicate strands of wire into intricate shapes.But calcium that has developed from a broken wrist he suffered during a football game as a young man has put a crimp in his jewelry-making.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | November 2, 1995
Four hours before last night's county championship match, Perry Hall's Beth Pancake sat in an emergency room getting four stitches in her right hand."I was so worried I wouldn't be able to play," said the right-handed Pancake, who gashed her knuckles on her car's overhead light as she tossed her backpack into the back seat. "My parents told me they didn't want me playing, but I said I want to win a county championship, I want to be part of this. I was determined."The pain didn't stop Pancake, who had seven kills, second only to teammate Erica King's nine, as the No. 4 Gators beat host Chesapeake, 15-7, 15-3, 15-7, for their first Baltimore County volleyball championship.
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By Edward Lee | October 22, 2011
Blaine Gabbert probably already figured that he would face a lot of heat when the rookie quarterback leads the Jacksonville Jaguars against the Ravens Monday night. But Gabbert's evening might be foretold depending on the availability of offensive tackles Eugene Monroe and Eben Britton. Monroe, the left tackle, sat out Jacksonville's 17-13 loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers with a shoulder injury. Britton, the right tackle, also missed Sunday's contest due to a recurring back ailment.
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By Dan Connolly, The Baltimore Sun | July 14, 2011
Designated hitter Vladimir Guerrero didn't hit cleanup for the Orioles on Thursday night, but it had nothing to do with his waning production in the first half. Guerrero came into the clubhouse Thursday afternoon still feeling discomfort in his right hand, were he was hit with a pitch by the Boston Red Sox's Kyle Weiland on Sunday. "He came in about 1:30 and said he needed another day, pretty sore," Showalter said. Guerrero was struck in the hand in the fifth inning and left Sunday's game — at the time, that concerned Showalter.
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