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By Robert Hilson Jr. and Robert Hilson Jr.,SUN STAFF | August 8, 1996
Catherine L. Hayley filled many roles during her more than 40 years at Madison Avenue Presbyterian Church, including deacon, pianist, secretary and loyal member.But perhaps the role she filled best was "pastor's keeper." If the Rev. Curtis A. Jones' voice was coarse, she'd have throat lozenges; if his robe was frayed, she'd let him know."She stayed on me about a number of things but always in a loving way," Mr. Jones said. "And she didn't mince words, she loved to mix it up."Mrs. Hayley, who died Sundayof cancer at Sinai Hospital at 71, felt the pastor often spent too much time greeting parishioners after church, instead of going straight to the post-service snack.
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By Aaron Dodson and The Baltimore Sun | May 27, 2014
In bold black letters across the back of Calloway Lee's Catonsville High wrestling hoodie are two words: Bone Crusher. Take a quick glance at the senior heavyweight wrestler's 5-foot-9, 220-pound frame and couple that with his accolades as the captain and MVP of the Comets' football and wrestling teams, and the nickname is warranted. But ask those around Lee, and they have different words for him. Once that hoodie comes off, the real Calloway Lee - one they say always puts others before himself - takes to the field or mat. "I think he's probably one of the most caring athletes I've been around," Catonsville football coach Rich Hambor said of Lee, who plays defensive line and running back.
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FEATURES
By Dennis McLellan and Dennis McLellan,LOS ANGELES TIMES | April 25, 2005
Sir John Mills, the Academy Award-winning actor and patriarch of one of Britain's leading theatrical families, died Saturday. He was 97. Mills, the father of actresses Hayley and Juliet Mills, died at his home in Denham, west of London, following a short illness. Knighted by Queen Elizabeth II in 1976, Mills' career spanned more than 70 years and more than 100 movies. Mills won a best supporting actor Oscar and a Golden Globe for his role as the brain-damaged, mute villager in Ryan's Daughter, David Lean's 1970 romantic drama set in Ireland during World War I. On film, Mills was best known for portraying rather ordinary men who display, as one observer once put it, "the qualities of English decency operating at every level of society."
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September 16, 2013
Hayley Schindler of Bel Air became a Paderewski Medal winner following the 2013 National Piano Guild auditions in Baltimore in May. She received the award for successfully performing a national level program, 10 or more pieces, for each of 10 years. A student of Carolyn Dorsey since the age of 6, Hayley has also competed in the Harford County annual Piano Festival, achieving first and second honors for several years. Hayley is also an accomplished trumpet player and performs with the symphonic orchestra, the jazz band and the marching band at Patterson Mill High School.
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec and Jeff Zrebiec,SUN STAFF | October 24, 2002
Thank goodness for that hill that elevates next to Centennial's Angelo Fortunato Memorial Stadium. Overlooking the field hockey field and at eye level with the football stadium, which the girls' soccer team plays on, the hill allows Christine Siegel to keep an eye on all her daughters. That hasn't always been the easiest of tasks. The Siegel sisters have turned the fall sports season at Centennial High School into a family affair, and you can hardly blame their mother for not wanting to miss a thing.
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September 16, 2013
Hayley Schindler of Bel Air became a Paderewski Medal winner following the 2013 National Piano Guild auditions in Baltimore in May. She received the award for successfully performing a national level program, 10 or more pieces, for each of 10 years. A student of Carolyn Dorsey since the age of 6, Hayley has also competed in the Harford County annual Piano Festival, achieving first and second honors for several years. Hayley is also an accomplished trumpet player and performs with the symphonic orchestra, the jazz band and the marching band at Patterson Mill High School.
SPORTS
By Ryan Clark and Ryan Clark,SUN STAFF | August 7, 2001
They stand on each side of the green, taking turns putting a large, yellow ball to a target about 10 feet away. Hayley, tall and blond, stands on the right, wearing a bright orange hat and a light blue skirt, matching the color of her eyes. Mallory, with dark hair and a playful smile that's missing two front baby teeth, stands on the left, giggling and leaning on her putter. Both love golf and want to become better at it, which is why they joined 20 other girls at Chartwell Country Club in this putting exercise that is part of the LPGA's Girls Golf Club of Baltimore, which holds sessions once a month until October.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sarah Kickler Kelber | November 22, 2007
Check out the catchy pop-rock of Paramore, whose members met in Franklin, Tenn., in 2004, tomorrow night at Rams Head Live. The band's lead singer is teenager Hayley Williams, and its latest album is RIOT!, which was released in June. The Starting Line is also slated to perform at the show. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., and tickets are $20. The club is at 20 Market Place. Call 410-244-1131 or go to ramsheadlive.com.
FEATURES
By GENE SEYMOUR and GENE SEYMOUR,NEWSDAY | April 28, 2006
It all starts, as such things invariably do these days, on the Internet. Some flirty online chatter between an older man, evidently a photographer, and a much younger girl, evidently precocious. They meet in person at a coffee house. His name's Jeff (Patrick Wilson), and he's a 32-year-old smoothie. Her name's Hayley (Ellen Page), and she's a 14-year-old sharpie. More flirting, more banter ensues before they decide to continue their conversation at his house. Hard Candy (Lionsgate) Starring Ellen Page and Patrick Wilson.
NEWS
July 27, 2003
On July 23, 2003, RONALD LOUISATWOOD, former Ruxton resident, died in an auto accident; loving husband of Lanette Waters Atwood; loving father of Hayley and Nate; beloved son of Maria A. Baldwin and the late Dr. John M. Atwood; beloved brother of Rachel Huber, Maria Holloway and Suzannah Chapple; beloved step-son of Chester Baldwin and step-brother Chester Baldwin and step-brother of Julia Lozovoy and Jane Ball. He will be sadly missed by his father-in-law, James Waters and Sandy Saxon and a host of uncles, aunts, nieces and nephews.
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By Colleen Thomas, The Baltimore Sun | May 28, 2013
Aaron Leeds just wanted his breakfast. Not the attention, not an article in a parent newsletter, not an award. Just an egg sandwich from Pepe's. As Leeds walked into the North Baltimore restaurant on a December morning on his way to school, a white envelope with blue print enclosing a thick stack of money caught his eye. Without another thought, the Boys' Latin three-sport senior picked it up, handed it to the cashier and went on with his day....
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By Steven Petrella, The Baltimore Sun | May 30, 2012
Danielle King has always enjoyed being part of a team more than being an individual. It's a quality that's shown up both in sports and her work in the community. This year, the C. Milton Wright senior swimmer and field hockey player organized a shoe drive for a community in Ateiku, Ghana, getting friends and classmates to donate old flip-flops and sandals. Just a few weeks before she collected a giant box full and sent them to Africa, all but two people in the entire town lived barefoot.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Evan Haga, Special to The Baltimore Sun | July 29, 2010
If punk rock — in all its various styles and sub-genres — is about being contrarian, Paramore might be the most punk band on the planet. The Tennessee-rooted outfit has been nominated for Grammys, sold millions of albums and plays a sort of teen-friendly pop-punk that's hooky, vivacious and surprisingly wholesome. (The band makes no bones about its Christian faith, but its music isn't overtly religious.) At the center of all the attention — albeit reluctantly — is Hayley Williams, a sprightly front woman well-known for her shock of dyed hair and powerhouse vocals.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sarah Kickler Kelber | November 22, 2007
Check out the catchy pop-rock of Paramore, whose members met in Franklin, Tenn., in 2004, tomorrow night at Rams Head Live. The band's lead singer is teenager Hayley Williams, and its latest album is RIOT!, which was released in June. The Starting Line is also slated to perform at the show. Doors open at 6:30 p.m., and tickets are $20. The club is at 20 Market Place. Call 410-244-1131 or go to ramsheadlive.com.
NEWS
August 29, 2007
3 -- Top 15 teams with new coaches - C. Milton Wright's Bonnie Schnell, Hereford's Julia Martin and Winters Mill's Carli Harris. 6 -- Private school crowns won by defending Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference champion Bryn Mawr since 1997. 34 -- Goals scored two years ago by Severna Park's Hayley Rausch, who returns to action this fall after sitting out last season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament. 52 -- Championships won by the four most successful programs in state tournament history - Severna Park (16)
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By MILTON KENT | May 16, 2007
There were at least three other playing partners and an observer at the eighth hole at Long View last Wednesday during the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland golf championship, none of whom saw Hayley Milbourn strike the wrong ball. Truth be told, Milbourn didn't even know what she had done until one hole later, when the round was done, when she could have claimed her third straight IAAM individual championship. Milbourn could, and probably would, have gotten away with it, too, if it hadn't been for one thing: her conscience.
ENTERTAINMENT
By J. Wynn Rousuck | December 12, 1996
"Whistle Down the Wind," the first Andrew Lloyd Webber musical to premiere in the United States in 25 years, has its grand opening tonight at Washington's National Theatre. The new musical is based on a 1958 novel of the same name by Mary Hayley Bell and on the 1961 movie that starred her daughter, Hayley Mills. Lloyd Webber's collaborators are lyricist Jim Steinman, best known as the lyricist for Meat Loaf, and Patricia Knop, with whom the composer co-wrote the libretto.Harold Prince directs this story about three children who discover a stranger they believe is Jesus Christ.
NEWS
August 29, 2007
3 -- Top 15 teams with new coaches - C. Milton Wright's Bonnie Schnell, Hereford's Julia Martin and Winters Mill's Carli Harris. 6 -- Private school crowns won by defending Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland A Conference champion Bryn Mawr since 1997. 34 -- Goals scored two years ago by Severna Park's Hayley Rausch, who returns to action this fall after sitting out last season with a torn anterior cruciate ligament. 52 -- Championships won by the four most successful programs in state tournament history - Severna Park (16)
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By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,Sun Reporter | September 6, 2006
As promised by Anne Arundel County officials last year, the starting time for football games is 6:30 p.m. The traditional 7 p.m. and 7:15 p.m. kickoffs had been moved to 4 p.m. last year as a safety measure after a shooting at a game in Annapolis in October. Parents complained that the earlier starting time made it difficult to attend the games, and after several weeks the decision was made to start the games at 6:30. The only athletic events still allowed to be played at 7 p.m. or later are boys and girls soccer, wrestling (junior varsity starts at 6, varsity follows)
FEATURES
By GENE SEYMOUR and GENE SEYMOUR,NEWSDAY | April 28, 2006
It all starts, as such things invariably do these days, on the Internet. Some flirty online chatter between an older man, evidently a photographer, and a much younger girl, evidently precocious. They meet in person at a coffee house. His name's Jeff (Patrick Wilson), and he's a 32-year-old smoothie. Her name's Hayley (Ellen Page), and she's a 14-year-old sharpie. More flirting, more banter ensues before they decide to continue their conversation at his house. Hard Candy (Lionsgate) Starring Ellen Page and Patrick Wilson.
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