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October 25, 1996
A Heritage Harbour man was robbed early yesterday morning in the driveway of his home, county police said.Kevin A. Austin, 30, told police he pulled into his driveway just after 2 a.m. and got out of his car when two masked men appeared and one demanded money.Austin gave the man his wallet and the man ordered Austin into the trunk, but it was full. As Austin began to empty the trunk, the men ran away, police said.Police did not have a detailed description of the men.Police logDavidsonville: Someone broke into a house in the 1600 block of Rossback Road through a rear door between 8: 30 a.m. and 11 a.m. Wednesday, ransacked it, and stole a videocassette recorder and possibly some jewelry.
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NEWS
July 28, 2003
Ross G. Macaulay, an attorney for the Martin-Marietta Corp. and a local lacrosse standout, died of cancer Wednesday at Heritage Harbour in Annapolis. He was 76. Raised in the Homeland section of Baltimore, he graduated from Polytechnic Institute in the early 1940s. At Poly, Mr. Macaulay was an outstanding defenseman on the lacrosse team and made the Maryland Scholastic Association's all-state squad. After serving in the Marine Corps during World War II, he attended the Johns Hopkins University.
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BUSINESS
By Liz Thompson and Liz Thompson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 13, 2001
If Heritage Harbour is the place you want to be, you better be prepared to wait. "People [there] don't want to move unless they have to," said Bob Post, a real estate agent for Champion Realty Inc. and a longtime resident of the age-restricted community in Anne Arundel County. "Everybody who has ever worked in Heritage Harbour as a Realtor has a waiting list." In the 21 years since Heritage Harbour became a 55-and-older community, it has been a lightning rod for empty-nesters who have downsized their lifestyle but want to remain active.
NEWS
July 27, 2003
On July 23, 2003, ROSS G. MACAULAY, 76, of Heritage Harbour, died of cancer. Raised in Baltimore, he graduated from the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, Johns Hopkins University, and earned his law degree from George Washington University. He was married to the late Mary Jane Shepard Macaulay for twenty years. He spent his entire career as a corporate attorney for the former Martin Marietta Corporation (now Lockheed Martin). He is survived by his sister Alice Hull and her husband Jack of Heritage Harbour, MD; his daughter Carol Yetter and her husband Jeff of Kennett Square, PA; his daughter Laurie Tomassoni and her husband Paul of Bowie, MD; and five grandchildren: Joseph, Jeffrey, Samantha, Drew, and John.
NEWS
December 22, 1994
County police arrested a Heritage Harbour man Tuesday afternoon on charges that he robbed a Severna Park bank. Police think the suspect also robbed a Heritage Harbour bank earlier in the day.The suspect was arrested at Ritchie Highway and College Parkway shortly after the 1 p.m. robbery of a Loyola Federal Savings bank in the 500 block of Ritchie Highway, police said.Joseph Campbell, a 44-year-old retired Anne Arundel county police officer, called police on his car phone and gave officers a description of the suspect's car, an Oldsmobile Cutlass with Delaware tags.
NEWS
November 1, 1992
Ralph Ettlinger, an inventor and co-developer of a health care program that serves the elderly in their homes, died of cancer Wednesday at the Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis.A native of Kansas City, Mo., the 75-year-old graduated from Northwestern University. He served as an officer in the Navy in World War II.He was a longtime resident of Highland Park and Glencoe in Illinois before retiring to Heritage Harbour in Annapolis eight years ago.Mr. Ettlinger had 18 patents in the food-service industry, including one for a plastic dish washing rack.
NEWS
By Consella A. Lee and Consella A. Lee,Staff Writer | September 28, 1993
Determined to stay out of nursing homes and maintain active lives, a handful of retirees at Heritage Harbour created a preventive health care program three years ago that has become a model for others in the nation."
NEWS
July 27, 2003
On July 23, 2003, ROSS G. MACAULAY, 76, of Heritage Harbour, died of cancer. Raised in Baltimore, he graduated from the Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, Johns Hopkins University, and earned his law degree from George Washington University. He was married to the late Mary Jane Shepard Macaulay for twenty years. He spent his entire career as a corporate attorney for the former Martin Marietta Corporation (now Lockheed Martin). He is survived by his sister Alice Hull and her husband Jack of Heritage Harbour, MD; his daughter Carol Yetter and her husband Jeff of Kennett Square, PA; his daughter Laurie Tomassoni and her husband Paul of Bowie, MD; and five grandchildren: Joseph, Jeffrey, Samantha, Drew, and John.
NEWS
By Staff Report | June 8, 1993
A group headed by Council Chairman David G. Boschert plans to take over a Heritage Harbour liquor store.If the liquor license transfer is approved -- the county liquor board is set to take up the request tonight -- Mr. Boschert will take ownership of South Haven Wine & Spirits, located in the Heritage Harbour Center, and rename it the Heritage Wine & Spirits Shoppe. The Crownsville Democrat heads a group called Heritage International Beverages Ltd., which includes his mother, Miriam R. Boschert, and his brother-in-law, Charles P. Raines Jr.Mr.
NEWS
September 18, 1990
A stretch of Broad Creek that was closed for five days in the wake of a sewage spill reopened last week.Swimming, water-skiing and diving are allowed once again in the upper end of the Annapolis creek, said Evelyn E. Stein, spokeswoman for the county Health Department.Health officials posted signs Sept. 8 prohibiting water sports in the section between Heritage Harbour and Camp Woodlands, a Girl Scout camp on Riva Road, after an undetermined amount of raw waste spilled into the headwaters from a blocked sewer line.
BUSINESS
By Liz Thompson and Liz Thompson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 13, 2001
If Heritage Harbour is the place you want to be, you better be prepared to wait. "People [there] don't want to move unless they have to," said Bob Post, a real estate agent for Champion Realty Inc. and a longtime resident of the age-restricted community in Anne Arundel County. "Everybody who has ever worked in Heritage Harbour as a Realtor has a waiting list." In the 21 years since Heritage Harbour became a 55-and-older community, it has been a lightning rod for empty-nesters who have downsized their lifestyle but want to remain active.
NEWS
By Rosalie Falter and Rosalie Falter,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 7, 2001
LINTHICUM's American Cancer Society Relay for Life is a bit more than five months away, but planning for the June 15-16 event at Lindale Middle School is under way, and the committee working on it invites volunteers from the community to join the effort. The next meeting will be at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Dr. John Gigliotti's dental office, 809 N. Hammonds Ferry Road. Sue McDonald, project manager at the American Cancer Society's Anne Arundel County unit in Gambrills, said the overnight team event is dedicated to cancer patients and their families and friends.
NEWS
October 25, 1996
A Heritage Harbour man was robbed early yesterday morning in the driveway of his home, county police said.Kevin A. Austin, 30, told police he pulled into his driveway just after 2 a.m. and got out of his car when two masked men appeared and one demanded money.Austin gave the man his wallet and the man ordered Austin into the trunk, but it was full. As Austin began to empty the trunk, the men ran away, police said.Police did not have a detailed description of the men.Police logDavidsonville: Someone broke into a house in the 1600 block of Rossback Road through a rear door between 8: 30 a.m. and 11 a.m. Wednesday, ransacked it, and stole a videocassette recorder and possibly some jewelry.
NEWS
September 13, 1996
County police arrested three people on theft charges and returned a 17-year-old runaway to her parents in Deale Tuesday after a brief chase through Edgewater.Veronica Loriane Pratt, 39, and Todd Pierre Thompson, 34, both of the 5400 block of Deale Churchton Road in Churchton; and Angelique Marie Randall, 27, of the 5200 block of Lake Ave. in Shady Side were charged with theft.Pratt also was charged with drug possession and Thompson with traffic violations. The girl was released to her parentsBruce Moore, a security guard for the Safeway store in the first block of Mayo Road in Edgewater, called police about 3: 30 p.m. after he caught a woman he suspected of shoplifting.
NEWS
June 23, 1996
County should halt projects on South HavenThere are two very controversial projects pending for the South Haven peninsula.First is the Beechwood-Heritage Nursing Home/Assisted Living complex proposed for an 11.2-acre site. This proposed 150,380-square-foot facility is about the size of all the buildings in the Annapolis Plaza and would be out of place. There are two narrow two-lane roads adjacent to the property. At least 250 employees would travel to the site daily. Add to that emergency vehicles, delivery and service vehicles and visitors, and that would equal a nightmarish traffic snarl.
NEWS
December 22, 1994
County police arrested a Heritage Harbour man Tuesday afternoon on charges that he robbed a Severna Park bank. Police think the suspect also robbed a Heritage Harbour bank earlier in the day.The suspect was arrested at Ritchie Highway and College Parkway shortly after the 1 p.m. robbery of a Loyola Federal Savings bank in the 500 block of Ritchie Highway, police said.Joseph Campbell, a 44-year-old retired Anne Arundel county police officer, called police on his car phone and gave officers a description of the suspect's car, an Oldsmobile Cutlass with Delaware tags.
NEWS
July 28, 2003
Ross G. Macaulay, an attorney for the Martin-Marietta Corp. and a local lacrosse standout, died of cancer Wednesday at Heritage Harbour in Annapolis. He was 76. Raised in the Homeland section of Baltimore, he graduated from Polytechnic Institute in the early 1940s. At Poly, Mr. Macaulay was an outstanding defenseman on the lacrosse team and made the Maryland Scholastic Association's all-state squad. After serving in the Marine Corps during World War II, he attended the Johns Hopkins University.
NEWS
By Monica Norton and Monica Norton,Evening Sun Staff | April 16, 1991
The consumer protection division of the Maryland attorney general's office is trying to mediate a dispute between the developer of an Anne Arundel County retirement community and a group of its residents.About 300 of the 1,100 residents of Heritage Harbour, near South River, have asked the attorney general's office to look intoalleged wrongdoing by the community's developer, U.S. Home Corp.Among other things, residents claim U.S. Home Corp. sold to other developers land that had been set aside as community common space.
NEWS
January 20, 1994
County firefighters struggling with frozen water hydrants took more than two hours to bring under control a fire that consumed an unoccupied house in Davidsonville on Tuesday night.The fire was reported about 7 p.m. by workers at a nearby Amoco station. Six fire engines, two ladder trucks and two tankers, manned by 27 firefighters, responded and found fire in the attic and roof in the rear of the house at 571 W. Central Ave.The fire was brought under control at 9:30 p.m.Firefighters described the damage as "extensive."
NEWS
By Consella A. Lee and Consella A. Lee,Staff Writer | September 28, 1993
Determined to stay out of nursing homes and maintain active lives, a handful of retirees at Heritage Harbour created a preventive health care program three years ago that has become a model for others in the nation."
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