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By Dan Fesperman and Dan Fesperman,Staff Writer | September 20, 1992
MIAMI -- The woman on the phone was frantic. She'd jus seen five monkeys emerging from the smashed window of a neighbor's home. They'd been looting the house."
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Compiled from Inside Lacrosse reports | October 23, 2012
Junior attackman Jay Drapeau of Westford (Mass.) Academy has orally committed to Loyola. Over two seasons, Drapeau has posted 197 points with 145 goals and 52 assists, including 95 goals and 27 assists as a sophomore.  He earned multiple first-team all-star accolades, including first-team DCL All-Star, first-team Lowell Sun All-Star and first-team Boston Herald All-Scholastic. He plays for Team Central Red and attended the Baltimore Summer Kickoff (All-Star). Drapeau also considered Massachusetts, Hofstra, Denver and Vermont.
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By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,Evening Sun Staff | October 22, 1990
A driver and two teen-age passengers were killed last night when their speeding car ran off the road and crashed head-on into a tree near Harrisonville in the Liberty Road area, Baltimore County police said.One of the passengers, an 18-year-old Reisterstown woman, had been involved in a drunken-driving accident three months ago when the car in which she was riding ran into a back yard in Reisterstown and killed a 3-year-old boy, police said.Police said the accident that killed Jennifer Jones, of the first block of Trout Brook Circle, also was alcohol-related.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,jacques.kelly@baltsun.com | December 29, 2009
John Webster Hardwicke, a retired Maryland judge who headed a central hearing agency to resolve conflicts between citizens and the state and also served three terms as the Harford County Council president, died Thursday of pulmonary fibrosis at Harford Memorial Hospital. The Darlington resident was 82. "He was one of the giants in the field of administrative law," said Robert M. Bell, chief judge of the Maryland Court of Appeals. "He was methodical, a man of keen vision and diligent.
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By Deborah I. Greene | October 23, 1990
Caprice Mossner's parents didn't want their 14-year-old daughter hanging around the older teen-agers in their Reisterstown neighborhood, particularly after two of the young women were involved in a drunken-driving accident that killed a 3-year-old boy in July."
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By Mary Corey and Mary Corey,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | July 5, 1997
MIAMI -- Before climbing into his truck, Todd Hardwick checks his lethal supplies: tranquilizer guns, nooses, dagger hooks -- and a pile of rotting chicken.The stench drifts his way, but Hardwick hardly notices. He's preparing to battle alligators.One of the state's most successful trappers, he captures the rogues and troublemakers.If gators turn up where they shouldn't -- on a golf course, in a hot tub, near the back door -- he gets the call.Once an endangered species, alligators are now in such abundance that roughly 1 million live in the state.
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October 8, 1992
OK, SO Michael Vendemia caught a piranha while crabbing off his back-yard dock in Charles County.The 8 1/2 -inch South American fish, which has sharp teeth and an ugly habit of using them, had taken up residence in Mill Creek, a Patuxent River tributary. Another piranha was found in the same creek about a year ago. Biologists suspect the fish had been raised as pets before being tossed out on their own.But as exotic-animals-in-unusual-places stories go, we think we can top this one.At "Pesky Critters Wildlife Control" outside Miami, the phones have been ringing off the hook since Hurricane Andrew turned thousands of rare animals loose to roam the countryside.
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By Allison Klein and Allison Klein,SUN STAFF | July 3, 2000
The owner of the South Baltimore warehouse that until recently housed hazardous materials is a victim of "hysteria," his lawyer said. Edward Louis Birtic, the 73-year-old owner of the Clarkson Street warehouse, is an "ordinary businessman" who, contrary to allegations, never paid neighborhood children to remove or dump any chemicals, said his lawyer, Clifford L. Hardwick. Birtic, who lives in Finksburg in Carroll County, has not spoken publicly since his warehouse became the focus of government and media attention in late May after neighbors complained that chemicals stored on the site were making them sick.
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April 25, 1991
A two-day literary symposium honoring Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Peter Taylor, master of the short story form, is this weekend at the Stouffer Harborplace Hotel in the Inner Harbor.Tomorrow's program features a presentation of one-act plays from Taylor's "Presences: Seven Dramatic Pieces" at 8:30 p.m. On Saturday, writer Elizabeth Hardwick delivers the keynote address at 9:30 a.m. A panel of writers including Madison Smartt Bell, Steve Goodwin, Geatano Prampolini, Susan Shreve and Robert Wilson will discuss Taylor's work from 1:45 to 3:15 p.m. Peter Taylor will read from his work from 3:45 to 5 p.m.The event is sponsored by Essex Community College and partly funded by the Maryland Humanities Council.
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By Monica Norton and Monica Norton,Evening Sun Staff | October 23, 1990
Debbie Yohn said that, most of all, she just wanted to help Jennifer Jones."I really just wanted to help her get it together," Yohn said. "She was having such a hard time."Yohn will never get the chance.Jones, 18, was killed Sunday night along with two other people in an alcohol-related accident in western Baltimore County.Yohn, a nurse at the Shock-Trauma Unit in Baltimore who accompanies students through the emergency area in a "Scared Straight" type of effort to deter them from drinking and driving, had been arranging for Jones to speak to teen-agers about such hazards.
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By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,ken.murray@baltsun.com | September 19, 2009
San Diego's high-powered offense took a double hit Friday when the Chargers said running back LaDainian Tomlinson and center Nick Hardwick will miss Sunday's game against the Ravens with ankle injuries. The Chargers' injury report listed eight players this week after a physical, 24-20 win over the Oakland Raiders on Monday night. Also scratched is backup defensive tackle Travis Johnson with a groin injury. The Ravens said all week that they expected Tomlinson to play. But coach John Harbaugh said the Chargers are well stocked at the position.
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By Chris Kaltenbach and Chris Kaltenbach,sun movie critic | November 24, 2006
Catherine Hardwicke has made a career of depicting teenagers in extraordinary situations, first with Thirteen (2003), about a girl who falls victim to a perfect storm of adolescent rebellion, then with Lords of Dogtown (2005), which lionized the young men and women in the 1970s who turned skateboarding into an extreme sport. But her new film trumps both of those earlier efforts. The Nativity Story, opening Dec. 1, tells the story of Jesus' birth by focusing on Mary, the young Nazarene girl chosen by God to bear his son. Two thousand years later, no teen has ever found herself in a comparable position, nor one for which she was as unprepared.
NEWS
By Allison Klein and Allison Klein,SUN STAFF | July 3, 2000
The owner of the South Baltimore warehouse that until recently housed hazardous materials is a victim of "hysteria," his lawyer said. Edward Louis Birtic, the 73-year-old owner of the Clarkson Street warehouse, is an "ordinary businessman" who, contrary to allegations, never paid neighborhood children to remove or dump any chemicals, said his lawyer, Clifford L. Hardwick. Birtic, who lives in Finksburg in Carroll County, has not spoken publicly since his warehouse became the focus of government and media attention in late May after neighbors complained that chemicals stored on the site were making them sick.
NEWS
By Mary Corey and Mary Corey,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | July 5, 1997
MIAMI -- Before climbing into his truck, Todd Hardwick checks his lethal supplies: tranquilizer guns, nooses, dagger hooks -- and a pile of rotting chicken.The stench drifts his way, but Hardwick hardly notices. He's preparing to battle alligators.One of the state's most successful trappers, he captures the rogues and troublemakers.If gators turn up where they shouldn't -- on a golf course, in a hot tub, near the back door -- he gets the call.Once an endangered species, alligators are now in such abundance that roughly 1 million live in the state.
NEWS
October 8, 1992
OK, SO Michael Vendemia caught a piranha while crabbing off his back-yard dock in Charles County.The 8 1/2 -inch South American fish, which has sharp teeth and an ugly habit of using them, had taken up residence in Mill Creek, a Patuxent River tributary. Another piranha was found in the same creek about a year ago. Biologists suspect the fish had been raised as pets before being tossed out on their own.But as exotic-animals-in-unusual-places stories go, we think we can top this one.At "Pesky Critters Wildlife Control" outside Miami, the phones have been ringing off the hook since Hurricane Andrew turned thousands of rare animals loose to roam the countryside.
NEWS
By Dan Fesperman and Dan Fesperman,Staff Writer | September 20, 1992
MIAMI -- The woman on the phone was frantic. She'd jus seen five monkeys emerging from the smashed window of a neighbor's home. They'd been looting the house."
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly | December 29, 2009
John Webster Hardwicke, a retired Maryland judge who headed a central hearing agency to resolve conflicts between citizens and the state and also served three terms as the Harford County Council president, died Thursday of pulmonary fibrosis at Harford Memorial Hospital. The Darlington resident was 82. "He was one of the giants in the field of administrative law," said Robert M. Bell, chief judge of the Maryland Court of Appeals. "He was methodical, a man of keen vision and diligent.
SPORTS
By Ken Murray and Ken Murray,ken.murray@baltsun.com | September 19, 2009
San Diego's high-powered offense took a double hit Friday when the Chargers said running back LaDainian Tomlinson and center Nick Hardwick will miss Sunday's game against the Ravens with ankle injuries. The Chargers' injury report listed eight players this week after a physical, 24-20 win over the Oakland Raiders on Monday night. Also scratched is backup defensive tackle Travis Johnson with a groin injury. The Ravens said all week that they expected Tomlinson to play. But coach John Harbaugh said the Chargers are well stocked at the position.
FEATURES
April 25, 1991
A two-day literary symposium honoring Pulitzer Prize-winning writer Peter Taylor, master of the short story form, is this weekend at the Stouffer Harborplace Hotel in the Inner Harbor.Tomorrow's program features a presentation of one-act plays from Taylor's "Presences: Seven Dramatic Pieces" at 8:30 p.m. On Saturday, writer Elizabeth Hardwick delivers the keynote address at 9:30 a.m. A panel of writers including Madison Smartt Bell, Steve Goodwin, Geatano Prampolini, Susan Shreve and Robert Wilson will discuss Taylor's work from 1:45 to 3:15 p.m. Peter Taylor will read from his work from 3:45 to 5 p.m.The event is sponsored by Essex Community College and partly funded by the Maryland Humanities Council.
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