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February 8, 2004
On February 6, 2004, EDWIN PHILLIPS; beloved husband of Barbara Sealy (nee Mallory); father of Mallory Hathaway, Rebecca Hathaway Lynch, Phillips Hathaway and Sealy H. Hopkinson; brother of H. Grant Hathaway. Also survived by five grandchildren. Memorial Services Thursday, 12 noon at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 232 St. Thomas Lane, Owings Mill, MD 21117. Interment private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Hathaway Jefferson Scholars Endowment, Jefferson Scholars Foundation, PO Box 3446, Charloettsville, VA 22903 or Open Gates Health Center, 1111 Washington Blvd, Baltimore, MD 21230.
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By Natalie Sherman, The Baltimore Sun | May 17, 2014
There will be fewer of the familiar blue-and-white Prudential signs marking homes for sale across the Baltimore region next month as some are replaced with plum-colored signs bearing another storied name. Berkshire Hathaway, the company headed by billionaire investor Warren Buffett, began branding a national network of real estate franchises last year. Nationwide, with more than 28,000 agents and 750 offices, including about 200 Maryland agents, has affiliated with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices since it launched last September.
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By Sherrie Ruhl and Sherrie Ruhl,Sun Staff Writer | September 19, 1994
Wilfred B. Hathaway, professor emeritus of biology at Towson State University and for years a fervent organist, died of a heart attack Thursday at Fallston General Hospital. He was 74.Dr. Hathaway went to work for the university as a biology professor in 1950. He became dean and director of graduate studies in biology at Towson State in 1967 and held the post until 1980.At various times, he also taught part time at the University of Baltimore and the former Baltimore Junior College. He also taught at Harford Community College's Continuing Education Division until 1988.
BUSINESS
By Eileen Ambrose, The Baltimore Sun | November 18, 2013
The U.S. Department of Labor announced Monday that it sued the former CEO of Baltimore Behavioral Health Inc. for failing to deposit workers' contributions into the company's retirement plan. Baltimore Behavioral Health, or BBH, is a drug treatment and mental health clinic on West Pratt Street that filed for bankruptcy protection from its creditors last year. It also was the subject of a 2010 investigation by The Baltimore Sun, which uncovered unusually high Medicaid billings and steep salaries among the family members who at the time controlled the Baltimore nonprofit.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | February 11, 2004
E. Phillips Hathaway, an investment banker and decorated World War II aviator who supported educational and health-related institutions across Maryland with grants during 30 years as president of the Middendorf Foundation, died Friday of congestive heart failure at his Owings Mills home. He was 83. "Both Phil and his wife were charitably inclined and very involved in the community. He was a very giving person who never asked for anything in return," said Forrest F. Bramble Jr., a Baltimore attorney and longtime friend.
BUSINESS
September 17, 1997
The Downtown Partnership of Baltimore gave H. Grant Hathaway, a NationsBank director, a lifetime achievement award for his leadership in helping to create the downtown management district and programs to improve safety and cleanliness in the area.Hathaway was one of eight individuals and companies to receive annual awards yesterday from the Partnership for finding a solution to a downtown problem or improving the quality of life there."We look for people who have made very significant contributions to downtown Baltimore usually personally or as a chief executive of a company," said Laurie Schwartz, president of the Partnership.
FEATURES
By GLENN WHIPP and GLENN WHIPP,LOS ANGELES DAILY NEWS | June 30, 2006
Anne Hathaway doesn't exactly fit the profile of young Hollywood today. She went to Vassar, religiously reads The New Yorker and gives up things for Lent. (This year it was Starbucks, chocolate and gossip.) She apologizes for being a "boring" interview, when what she's really acknowledging is she doesn't have any stories of ill-spent nights at Hollywood's Roosevelt Hotel or in Brett Ratner's babe-cave. She blanches at a story about a Jane Austen relative who said (not really, the quote was taken completely out of context)
BUSINESS
By Kelly Gilbert and Kelly Gilbert,Evening Sun Staff | May 30, 1991
Baltimore banker H. Grant Hathaway has resigned as a director of the Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond and as the Maryland Republican Party's financial chairman in the wake of an accusation that he violated the Fed's policy against political activity.Hathaway, vice chairman of MNC Financial Inc., said he resigned both posts to avoid the appearance of a conflict of interest."We believe there is no conflict of interest," MNC Financial spokesman Daniel G. Finney said yesterday. "But he [Hathaway]
ENTERTAINMENT
Chris Kaltenbach and The Baltimore Sun | February 25, 2013
An emotional Anne Hathaway, at times struggling to hold back tears, said playing the doomed Fantine, a victim of tragic circumstances if ever there was one, has made her a better person. "I think this film made me more compassionate and more aware," she said backstage, holding her Best Supporting Actress Oscar. The success of the movie, and especially her success in it, has overwhelmed her, she said. "I had a dream," she said, unsuccessfully holding back tears. "and that came true.
NEWS
By Yvonne Wenger, The Baltimore Sun | December 30, 2012
The U.S. Department of Education has awarded nearly $500,000 for activists to offer West Baltimore children holistic services from "cradle to college to career," under the White House Neighborhood Revitalization Initiative. The Promise Neighborhoods grant, one of 17 awarded in 2012, will be used toward further development of a strategy to combat poverty in the Upton and Druid Heights neighborhoods through a collaboration of the University of Maryland School of Social Work, faith-based organizations, such as Union Baptist Church, public schools and the city's B'More for Healthy Babies, among other partners.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | November 12, 2012
William E. "Bill" Hathaway, an emergency medical services expert who taught the subject at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County and earlier had served in the Army Intelligence Corps, died Nov. 1 of cancer at his home in Amherst, Va. The former Annapolis resident was 75. Mr. Hathaway was born in Chicago and moved in 1945 with his family to McLean, Va., where he graduated in 1955 from Fairfax High School. After graduating from West Point in 1961, he served in an artillery unit before joining the Intelligence Corps, where he worked in Washington for the Defense Intelligence Agency.
NEWS
By Scott Calvert, The Baltimore Sun | May 17, 2012
The directors of Baltimore Behavioral Health Inc., a major drug treatment provider in Baltimore, have laid off longtime executive William "Kris" Hathaway, as the once high-flying nonprofit continues to cut costs. The board of directors had earlier removed Hathaway as chief executive and put vice president Terry T. Brown in charge of the clinic, which specializes in treating people with both addiction and mental illness. In an emailed response to questions from The Baltimore Sun, board member Jay Miller said that Hathaway was laid off "in the interest of saving money.
NEWS
By Scott Calvert, The Baltimore Sun | December 12, 2010
The Baltimore & Ohio Railroad Museum could be on the verge of a westward expansion, according to its executive director, who says the West Pratt Street museum is "seriously" thinking of buying the adjacent campus of Baltimore Behavioral Health Inc. Officials from the museum and the nonprofit mental health clinic signed a letter of intent Friday, giving the museum 90 days to scrutinize the two long brick buildings that house BBH's main clinic operation,...
NEWS
By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,michael.sragow@baltsun.com | January 9, 2009
A movie about June weddings - why open it in the depths of January? The studio probably hopes that the bloom of New York (actually, Boston) in fair weather would lift moviegoers' hearts. Nothing else in this desperately unfunny farce would do it. Bride Wars has possibly the worst comedy idea since Springtime for Hitler, with almost no room for redeeming camp. Kate Hudson and Anne Hathaway play Liv and Emma, inseparable friends for 20 years who've also fantasized about getting married at the Plaza Hotel for 20 years.
NEWS
December 10, 2008
On December 8, 2008, CHARLES HATHAWAY. Friends may visit the family owned March Funeral Home West Inc., 4300 Wabash Ave., on Thursday after 9. Family will receive friends on Friday at Pennsylvania AME Zion Church, 1128 Pennsylvania Ave. at 10:30am followed by Funeral Services at 11am. Interment in King Memorial Park.
NEWS
By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,michael.sragow@baltsun.com | October 31, 2008
Samuel Johnson famously remarked that a second marriage is the triumph of hope over experience. Director Jonathan Demme and screenwriter Jenny Lumet, in their tumultuous and moving Rachel Getting Married, suggest that this saying applies to a first marriage, too, when the bride or groom is the product of a shattered family. Of course, Rachel Buchman's doting father, Paul (Bill Irwin), and his second wife, Carol (Baltimore native Anna Deavere Smith), wish great happiness for the bride-to-be (Rosemarie DeWitt)
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