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February 17, 2007
On February 14, 2007, GRASON E. HAZLETT; dear brother of Vivian Black. Also survived by many other relatives and friends. A Memorial Service will be held at the Connelly Funeral Home of Essex, 300 Mace Avenue, on Sunday at 5 P.M. Visiting hours on Sunday, 3 to 5 P.M. Interment Private.
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By Mary Carole McCauley and Mary Carole McCauley,mary.mccauley@baltsun.com | March 19, 2009
The actress with the refined features and tentative smile takes us by surprise every time. No matter how often we've watched Deborah Hazlett on stage, we never see it coming. She excels in portrayals of sensitive, intelligent, brittle women in their 40s, and in productions from Hedda Gabler to S ight Unseen to Rabbit Hole, there's usually a moment when these characters have been stressed beyond endurance. Suddenly, explosively, the characters break down. Such is the strength of Hazlett's commitment that she seems almost dangerous - at least, to herself.
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NEWS
April 20, 2002
Lola M. Hazlett, 83, store owner, caregiver Lola M. Hazlett, a former caregiver and variety store owner, died Monday of heart failure at her Waverly home. She was 83. Lola Martin was born and reared in Wayne County, N.C., and attended public schools there. She moved to Baltimore in the 1950s and settled in Waverly, where she ran a variety store for many years in her home in the 2500 block of Greenmount Ave. She later worked as a caregiver until retiring about 10 years ago. Mrs. Hazlett, whose husband died many years ago, enjoyed gardening and doing needlework.
NEWS
By Madison Park | May 21, 2008
A veteran Baltimore County prosecutor has been appointed as the newest District Court judge in Harford County. Harford County resident Susan Hower Hazlett was selected by Gov. Martin O'Malley last week to serve a 10-year term on the bench, filling a vacancy created when Judge Angela Eaves was elevated to the county's Circuit Court. Hazlett, 46, will be one of three female judges in the county. After graduating from law school at the University of Baltimore, Hazlett worked for eight months at an investment firm before leaving for the Baltimore County state's attorney's office, where she has remained for 20 years.
FEATURES
By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,SUN THEATER CRITIC | May 25, 2005
Terrence McNally's Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune is a play about intimacy -- physical intimacy at the beginning and emotional intimacy by the end. The journey from one to the other makes up the middle of this candid look at midlife love, receiving a provocative but poignant production at Everyman Theatre, under Vincent M. Lancisi's direction. Candid, in this case, means nudity and what is commonly referred to as "frank sexual content." But while there's more of this than audiences may be accustomed to at Everyman, Frankie and Johnny is one of the gentler, more romantic plays by the Tony Award-winning author of Love!
NEWS
By Madison Park | May 21, 2008
A veteran Baltimore County prosecutor has been appointed as the newest District Court judge in Harford County. Harford County resident Susan Hower Hazlett was selected by Gov. Martin O'Malley last week to serve a 10-year term on the bench, filling a vacancy created when Judge Angela Eaves was elevated to the county's Circuit Court. Hazlett, 46, will be one of three female judges in the county. After graduating from law school at the University of Baltimore, Hazlett worked for eight months at an investment firm before leaving for the Baltimore County state's attorney's office, where she has remained for 20 years.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | June 24, 2004
A 36-year-old Arbutus man was sentenced to 10 years in prison yesterday after pleading guilty to committing a sex offense against his stepdaughter, who is now 14, a prosecutor said. The man pleaded guilty to a second-degree sex offense and received a 15-year sentence, with five years suspended, from Circuit Judge Christian Kahl, said Baltimore County Assistant State's Attorney Sue Hazlett. The Sun does not publish names or other information that would identify victims of sexual abuse.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Mary Carole McCauley and Mary Carole McCauley,mary.mccauley@baltsun.com | March 19, 2009
The actress with the refined features and tentative smile takes us by surprise every time. No matter how often we've watched Deborah Hazlett on stage, we never see it coming. She excels in portrayals of sensitive, intelligent, brittle women in their 40s, and in productions from Hedda Gabler to S ight Unseen to Rabbit Hole, there's usually a moment when these characters have been stressed beyond endurance. Suddenly, explosively, the characters break down. Such is the strength of Hazlett's commitment that she seems almost dangerous - at least, to herself.
BUSINESS
By JON VAN and JON VAN,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | July 20, 2006
Rural phone-service subsidies are so bloated and inefficient that providing wireless or satellite phones is cheaper, an economic analysis prepared for a senior citizen advocacy group suggested yesterday. Taxes to support the universal service fund, which is intended to pay for higher costs of serving rural areas, are growing so fast as to force some low-income people to drop phone service, said Thomas Hazlett, a George Mason University economist who prepared the analysis for the Seniors Coalition.
NEWS
By Lisa Respers and Lisa Respers,SUN STAFF | April 15, 1999
The murder trial of a man accused of hiring friends to kill his brother in Cockeysville 17 years ago began yesterday in Harford County Circuit Court, with prosecutors saying the accused killer wanted to collect on a life insurance policy and his brother's share of their inheritance.David William Crist, 40, of Williamsport, Pa., could be given the death penalty if convicted of arranging the fatal shooting of 22-year-old Scott Charles Crist, gunned down Feb. 21, 1982, in the parking lot of his apartment complex after returning from a trip.
NEWS
By Jennifer McMenamin and Jennifer McMenamin,sun reporter | May 8, 2007
When police initially questioned John C. Gaumer about a woman who had disappeared, the UMBC student told investigators that he had dropped her off at her Hampden home after their first date and had driven back to his campus apartment. The cell phone records of both Gaumer and his date, Josie P. Brown, however, indicated otherwise, said a Baltimore police detective and a Verizon Wireless records custodian who testified yesterday on the first day of Gaumer's capital murder trial. Although Gaumer, 23, would later admit to police that he beat Brown to death in a wooded area just off a highway exit ramp after she changed her mind about going home with him, it was cell phone records that initially led investigators to the senior biochemistry major who had no criminal record, who once played college football and who still drove to southern Maryland every Friday for dinner with his parents.
NEWS
February 17, 2007
On February 14, 2007, GRASON E. HAZLETT; dear brother of Vivian Black. Also survived by many other relatives and friends. A Memorial Service will be held at the Connelly Funeral Home of Essex, 300 Mace Avenue, on Sunday at 5 P.M. Visiting hours on Sunday, 3 to 5 P.M. Interment Private.
NEWS
December 14, 2006
Woman pleads guilty to scalding 2-year-old A 22-year-old Brooklyn Park woman pleaded guilty yesterday to scalding a friend's 2-year-old son in a hotel bathtub, leaving the boy with permanent injuries that doctors say will prevent him from ever walking again. Entering an Alford plea on one count of first-degree child abuse, Montia G. Hughes did not admit that she abused Jonah Wali Coffey but acknowledged that prosecutors had enough evidence to convict her of doing so. As part of the plea agreement, Baltimore County Circuit Judge Robert E. Cahill Jr. agreed to sentence Hughes to no more than 10 years of prison time.
NEWS
October 22, 2006
On October 20, 2006, KEVIN HAZLETT, of Elkridge, MD. He is survived by his devoted wife Kimberly; his loving children Melinda, Erica and Joshua and his grandson Gregory; he is also survived by his father Paul and siblings Todd and Audrey. He will be missed by many other family members and friends. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the GARY L. KAUFMAN FUNERAL HOME AT MEADOWRIDGE MEMORIAL PARK, INC., 7250 Washington Blvd., Elkridge (exit 6 off route 100), on Monday and Tuesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M., and to attend a Mass of Christian Burial at St. Augustines Roman Catholic Church on Wednesday, at 10 A.M., with interment to follow.
BUSINESS
By JON VAN and JON VAN,CHICAGO TRIBUNE | July 20, 2006
Rural phone-service subsidies are so bloated and inefficient that providing wireless or satellite phones is cheaper, an economic analysis prepared for a senior citizen advocacy group suggested yesterday. Taxes to support the universal service fund, which is intended to pay for higher costs of serving rural areas, are growing so fast as to force some low-income people to drop phone service, said Thomas Hazlett, a George Mason University economist who prepared the analysis for the Seniors Coalition.
FEATURES
By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,SUN THEATER CRITIC | May 25, 2005
Terrence McNally's Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune is a play about intimacy -- physical intimacy at the beginning and emotional intimacy by the end. The journey from one to the other makes up the middle of this candid look at midlife love, receiving a provocative but poignant production at Everyman Theatre, under Vincent M. Lancisi's direction. Candid, in this case, means nudity and what is commonly referred to as "frank sexual content." But while there's more of this than audiences may be accustomed to at Everyman, Frankie and Johnny is one of the gentler, more romantic plays by the Tony Award-winning author of Love!
NEWS
October 5, 2006
Woman pleads guilty in killing of newborn A former Villa Julie College student pleaded guilty to second-degree murder yesterday for suffocating and beating her newborn daughter in her college dormitory last year, court records show. Danielle Eboni Riley, 21, of Forestville in Prince George's County also entered a guilty plea to child abuse resulting in death in the October killing of the infant, who was 7 1/4 pounds, 39 inches long and healthy when born, Baltimore County prosecutor Susan H.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | June 24, 2004
A 36-year-old Arbutus man was sentenced to 10 years in prison yesterday after pleading guilty to committing a sex offense against his stepdaughter, who is now 14, a prosecutor said. The man pleaded guilty to a second-degree sex offense and received a 15-year sentence, with five years suspended, from Circuit Judge Christian Kahl, said Baltimore County Assistant State's Attorney Sue Hazlett. The Sun does not publish names or other information that would identify victims of sexual abuse.
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