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March 2, 2005
On February 27, 2005 HARRY N. HAGY, SR.; beloved husband of Dorothy L. Hagy (nee Lugenbeel); devoted father of Carol A. Hagy and Harry N. Hagy, Jr.; grandfather of Sarah L. Hagy and brother of Miriam M. Bailey of Reading, PA. Friends are invited to call at the Burgee-Henss-Seitz Funeral Home, Inc., 3631 Falls Road, on Wednesday 12 noon to 1 P.M. Services will be held on Wednesday at 1 P.M. at the funeral home. Interment in Druid Ridge Cemetery.ary 26, 2005 JANET A. HANNAN (nee Weller); beloved wife of Michael Hannan; devoted mother of Bryan Hannan and Jason Wehrle and his wife Christine; loving daughter of Evelyn Weller and the late Howard L. Weller; dear sister of James Weller and his wife Terri.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Elizabeth Large and Elizabeth Large,Sun Restaurant Critic | June 17, 1999
Bo Brooks, that fixture on Belair Road, is planning to move to the Canton area by next spring. No lease has been signed yet, but owner Herman Hannan says he's looking to the Lighthouse Point pier as the new home for his crab house.Over the years, Bo Brooks has lost its neighborhood customer base, although people still come from as far away as Pennsylvania for its jumbo crabs. "The building is old, it was put together piecemeal, and an opportunity has come up in Canton," says Hannan. "It's time to do something fresh after 35 or 40 years."
NEWS
By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,SUN STAFF | January 17, 2003
Cingular Wireless has credited 88,000 customers, mainly in Howard County, for $427,000 in mistaken charges for a new telephone tax imposed by Prince George's County, Howard consumer affairs administrator Stephen D. Hannan said. "This turned out to be a lot more than I thought," Hannan said, recalling estimates he made in October that maybe 15,000 customers had been overcharged $4 to $5 each. "We're asking Cingular Wireless customers to review their bills of the last two months to determine if they received a credit for the original erroneous charge," Hannan said in announcing the scope of the overcharges.
NEWS
By LARRY CARSON and LARRY CARSON,SUN REPORTER | May 24, 2006
Two Ellicott City widows have been saved from eviction from their homes by a court order sought by the county's Office of Consumer Affairs. Stephen D. Hannan, administrator of the county office, said the order granted by District Court Judge Alice Clark on May 11 should protect the women, both in their 60s, from mortgage firms that he said are violating county laws against unfair and deceptive trade practices. Hannan urged anyone who suspects they may be the victim of predatory lending practices in the county to contact his office at 410-313-6420.
NEWS
By Caitlin Francke and Caitlin Francke,SUN STAFF | August 19, 1997
An East Columbia travel business has agreed to pay $2,000 in penalties and grant all of its 500 vacation club members the chance to cancel their contracts after an investigation by the Howard County Office of Consumer Affairs.Interlink Travel Network Inc. at 5457 Twin Knolls Road in Columbia's Oakland Mills Village signed the agreement Friday after about 12 customers complained to the county office that they could not get their money back after canceling a vacation contract.State law requires that consumers be allowed 10 days to cancel a contract and get a full refund.
BUSINESS
By DAN THANH DANG | November 20, 2007
The Q: If you haven't heard about the problems associated with theft of your identity, you've been living under a rock. But what if someone steals your address for misuse? Susan Shock of Baltimore said, "Someone has used my address, but not my name, to charge classified ads in at least three different newspapers across the nation. I have gotten invoices from The Wichita Eagle, Orlando Sentinel, and Buffalo News addressed to three different names - Tony Blake, James Ballwood and Brian Ballwood, respectively - all for classified ads. Two of the invoices say there was a returned check."
SPORTS
By PAUL MCMULLEN | September 13, 2000
James Carter He took ill as a middle schooler, and after he was struck with myasthenia gravis, had his thymus gland removed. Carter went to Mervo, which had the state's best high school track and field program, but no track on which to practice. His premier event was the 400 meters, but as a senior in 1996 he wasn't even the Baltimore City champion. Carter took his national-class sprinting and jumping talents to Hampton University, but was academically ineligible as a freshman in 1997 and again this year.
NEWS
February 24, 1992
Carol HannanBaltimore nativeGraveside services for Carol Bagby Hannan, a Baltimore native who moved to the Washington area as a young woman, will be held at 2 p.m. tomorrow in Green Mount Cemetery, Greenmount Avenue and Oliver Street.The former Carol Bagby, who grew up in Roland Park, died Thursday at the Oak Meadow Nursing Home in Alexandria, Va., of a stroke. She was 82.She attended Calvert School and Bryn Mawr School in Baltimore and in 1928 graduated from Mount Vernon Seminary in Washington.
SPORTS
By Jeff Barker and Jeff Barker,SUN STAFF | September 30, 2004
WASHINGTON - It was 33 years ago today that Washington Senators fans stormed the field at RFK Stadium in the ninth inning of a game with the New York Yankees. It was as if the Senators had won the pennant. But, of course, they hadn't. Rather, the fans were simply trying to collect souvenirs in the final game before the Senators relocated to Texas and became the Rangers. It was the last night Washington could claim a team of its own. In the final indignity for the downtrodden franchise, the fans damaged the field enough to render it unplayable, and the Senators had to forfeit the game, even though they were leading 7-5 with two outs in the top of the ninth.
SPORTS
By JEFF ZREBIEC | February 23, 2001
Division I Mount St. Mary's 2000 record: 8-8 Coach: Tom Gravante (45-51, seventh season). Conference: Metro Atlantic Top returning point-getter: Nick DeFelice, senior A (18 and 19). Also back: Mark Cox, junior A; Matt Radebaugh, junior A; Kevin Merlini, sophomore A; Bryan Cole, senior M; Matt Downs, senior M; Graham Davids, sophomore LSM; Sean Mahon, junior D; Brandon Bigos, sophomore D. Key additions: Ian Valladares, freshman M; Ian Cassidy, junior M (transfer Herkimer CC); Rob Worthing, senior D (Severna Park)
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