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March 1, 2009
On February 18, 2009, JACOB LIONEL HERRINGTON SR. Survived by sons, Darrin Allen (Marcia) Jacob Arrington Jr. (Batoun) of AZ., and Bruce Stovall, daughters, Angel Harper, Jacquetta Herrington (Robert T. Johnson) all of AZ., Lisa Washington (Dewayne) and Latoya Herrington, brothers, Jimmy L. and Jerome Herrington, and Gregory Schroeder of IL., sisters, Agnes Fullard of PA., Sarah Griffin, Clarethia Matthews, Mary L. Herrington, Essie M. Simpkins and Rebecca Herrington, twenty grandchildren and one great grandchild and a host of other family and friends.
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March 1, 2009
On February 18, 2009, JACOB LIONEL HERRINGTON SR. Survived by sons, Darrin Allen (Marcia) Jacob Arrington Jr. (Batoun) of AZ., and Bruce Stovall, daughters, Angel Harper, Jacquetta Herrington (Robert T. Johnson) all of AZ., Lisa Washington (Dewayne) and Latoya Herrington, brothers, Jimmy L. and Jerome Herrington, and Gregory Schroeder of IL., sisters, Agnes Fullard of PA., Sarah Griffin, Clarethia Matthews, Mary L. Herrington, Essie M. Simpkins and Rebecca Herrington, twenty grandchildren and one great grandchild and a host of other family and friends.
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By David Michael Ettlin and Bonnie J. Schupp and David Michael Ettlin and Bonnie J. Schupp,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 24, 1997
A wedding celebration brought us to our latest discovery -- Anne Arundel's southernmost restaurant.The party was held at the Herrington Harbor Marina Resort, on the Chesapeake Bay in Rose Haven. Many of the guests were lingering around the large, heated serving trays of crab dip, which also got our attention.Intrigued by the dip and the subsequent wedding buffet, we checked out the menu in the adjoining Herrington on the Bay restaurant and found it -- with careful ordering -- to qualify in our $50-and-under range.
NEWS
April 1, 2007
South County One teen killed in Edgewater crash Six teenagers were injured and one later died when a sport utility vehicle driven by a 13-year-old boy crashed in Edgewater, Anne Arundel County police said. Pamela Castenada, 15, of Edgewater, died Friday at Maryland Shock Trauma Center, three days after the accident off Muddy Creek Road near Central Avenue. The driver, who has not been identified because of his age, was charged with theft, unauthorized use of a motor vehicle and several traffic violations Tuesday, police said.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,SUN STAFF | February 4, 2001
County archaeologists are set to begin looking for the 17th-century town of Herrington, a short-lived tobacco port on Herring Bay that seemingly vanished, leaving few traces of its existence. The search at a South County site could turn up Anne Arundel's third "lost" town and yield valuable information about Colonial life on the Chesapeake. The project is part of the county's "Lost Towns of Anne Arundel" initiative, which has uncovered London Town, a South River tobacco port of the 17th and 18th centuries, and the Puritan enclave of Providence, settled in 1649 on the north side of the Severn River.
SPORTS
By Special to The Evening Sun | December 19, 1990
On what Walbrook basketball coach Gus Herrington called "one of those days," an inspired Mount St. Joseph team caught his fourth-ranked Warriors flat-footed and prevailed 82-75.Senior guards Patrick Young and Darrin Jones combined for 45 points as the host Gaels (4-3, 1-1) surprised a squad that many already had conceded the second spot behind top-ranked Dunbar in MSA Division I."We were flat," said Herrington, after his Warriors (3-1, 2-1) dropped their first game of the season. "St. Joe's kids came ready to play.
NEWS
November 15, 1999
College's marketing office takes regional honorsAnne Arundel Community College's public relations and marketing office has earned top awards in three categories at the recent District 1 Conference of the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations.The district includes Eastern Canada, the Northeast and much of the Middle Atlantic. The National Council for Marketing is an organization for marketing and public relations workers at two-year colleges.The college's catalog for 1999-2000 received a Gold Medallion, and the office earned a Bronze Medallion for computer-generated illustration.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,SUN STAFF | February 4, 2001
Anne Arundel County archaeologists are set to begin looking for the 17th-century town of Herrington, a short-lived tobacco port on Herring Bay that seemingly vanished, leaving few traces. The search at a South County site could turn up Anne Arundel's third "lost" town and yield valuable information about Colonial life on the Chesapeake. The project is part of the county's "Lost Towns of Anne Arundel" initiative, which has uncovered London Town, a South River tobacco port of the 17th and 18th centuries, and the Puritan enclave of Providence, settled in 1649 on the north side of the Severn River.
SPORTS
By Derek Toney | December 22, 1990
Despite winning on Thursday, Walbrook coach Gus Herrington was a little worried about his team's level of intensity going into last night's game at Calvert Hall.But the No. 4 Warriors (4-1, 3-1) put to rest Herrington's doubts, defeating the Cardinals (2-3, 1-2), 49-37, in a Maryland Scholastic A Conference Division I contest.Stevie Thomas continued his consistent play for Walbrook, scoring a game-high 24 points and pulling down six rebounds.Tuesday, the Warriors were upset at Mount St. Joseph (82-75)
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By Dave Glassman and Dave Glassman,Special to The Evening Sun | December 20, 1990
It was going to be a routine basketball game in the Craig Cromwell League early this summer for Jermaine Porter. Instead, it was the beginning of an ordeal during which the teen-ager learned about human vulnerability as he lay helplessly paralyzed in hospital beds, fearing he might die.On that Friday afternoon, Porter, who had averaged 15 points and 7.2 rebounds as a 6-foot-5 Walbrook sophomore the previous season, felt fine before the game. But during the game, "I just felt real weak. I couldn't run up and down the court," he said.
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By Phillip McGowan and Phillip McGowan,sun reporter | March 29, 2007
As part of an aggressive new campaign against unlawful building, Anne Arundel County yesterday sued one of its most prominent businessmen to raze a wedding chapel, a rooming house, sheds and walking trails constructed without permits at one of his two massive marinas. The county also accuses Herrington Harbour Inc., whose president is E. Steuart Chaney, of illegally building offices, a gazebo over the water and a pier into the Chesapeake Bay, and installing septic and well systems for the rooming house without approval, all over several years, at his marina in Rose Haven, at the Calvert County line.
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By ANDREA F. SIEGEL and ANDREA F. SIEGEL,SUN REPORTER | June 16, 2006
Armed with maps and a hunch, archaeologists in Anne Arundel County this year will embark on a hunt near the southern end of the county for a long-gone house outside a tiny Colonial town that vanished more than 300 years ago. Archaeologists hope to locate what was once the home of Samuel Chew Sr., a planter, merchant and officeholder who lived outside the short-lived tobacco port of Herrington, near what is now the Fairhaven community. Whatever they can glean from their work will contribute to the sparse knowledge of Herrington and the surrounding community, both of which are swathed in mystery.
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By Del Quentin Wilber and Del Quentin Wilber,SUN STAFF | August 10, 2003
Purnell Robinson and Latoya Herrington couldn't wait to get married in front of 250 family members and friends last month and watch their 2-year-old daughter, Lourdes, sashay down the aisle as a flower girl. But the parents did not exchange vows that summer Saturday. Instead, they spent hours beside Lourdes' hospital bed, holding her hands and passing a mirror in front of her eyes, hoping she might snap from a distant stare and recognize them. For Herrington and Robinson, the days have become one long exhausting vigil since their daughter was struck by a car after a shooting two months ago and became an innocent victim of Baltimore's street violence.
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By SUN STAFF | November 22, 2002
On November 19, 2002, CHRIS W. GEORGE, resident of Towson. A Memorial Service will be offered for relatives and friends in the Stella Maris Chapel, 2300 Dulaney Valley Road, on December 5, 2002, at 11 A.M. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made in memory of Chris George to Stella Maris Hospice Care, 2300 Dulaney Valley Road, Timonium, MD 21093. Published in the Baltimore Sun on 11/22/2002. ---------------------------------------- ---------------------------------------- Haley, George Gary On November 19, 2002, GEORGE GARY HALEY, age 62, devoted father of Kelly A. Cloman, Michael G. and Steven B. Haley, loving son of Irma and Albert Haley of Cocoa Beach, FL., brother of Albert B. Haley of Cocoa Beach, FL. and Timothy H. Haley of San Francisco, CA., grandfather of Doug, Rachel, Brooke, Julia, Luke and Ashley.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,SUN STAFF | February 4, 2001
County archaeologists are set to begin looking for the 17th-century town of Herrington, a short-lived tobacco port on Herring Bay that seemingly vanished, leaving few traces of its existence. The search at a South County site could turn up Anne Arundel's third "lost" town and yield valuable information about Colonial life on the Chesapeake. The project is part of the county's "Lost Towns of Anne Arundel" initiative, which has uncovered London Town, a South River tobacco port of the 17th and 18th centuries, and the Puritan enclave of Providence, settled in 1649 on the north side of the Severn River.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,SUN STAFF | February 4, 2001
Anne Arundel County archaeologists are set to begin looking for the 17th-century town of Herrington, a short-lived tobacco port on Herring Bay that seemingly vanished, leaving few traces. The search at a South County site could turn up Anne Arundel's third "lost" town and yield valuable information about Colonial life on the Chesapeake. The project is part of the county's "Lost Towns of Anne Arundel" initiative, which has uncovered London Town, a South River tobacco port of the 17th and 18th centuries, and the Puritan enclave of Providence, settled in 1649 on the north side of the Severn River.
NEWS
By Del Quentin Wilber and Del Quentin Wilber,SUN STAFF | August 10, 2003
Purnell Robinson and Latoya Herrington couldn't wait to get married in front of 250 family members and friends last month and watch their 2-year-old daughter, Lourdes, sashay down the aisle as a flower girl. But the parents did not exchange vows that summer Saturday. Instead, they spent hours beside Lourdes' hospital bed, holding her hands and passing a mirror in front of her eyes, hoping she might snap from a distant stare and recognize them. For Herrington and Robinson, the days have become one long exhausting vigil since their daughter was struck by a car after a shooting two months ago and became an innocent victim of Baltimore's street violence.
SPORTS
By Wayne Coffey and Wayne Coffey,New York Daily News | June 17, 1991
NEW YORK -- In Friday's 1,500-meter semifinal at the U.S. Track and Field Championships, Terrance Herrington took a hard spill on the Downing Stadium track.He got up.A day later, after appealing to get into the finals, Herrington outkicked a bunch of bigger names and earned a national title.The feat made Herrington one of 40 national champions for 1991, but beyond that it made him the psychological poster boy for the meet itself.Herrington was poised. He was resilient. He never quit, and the same can be said for the 116th edition of these championships, which were sponsored by Mobil, and after a rocky beginning, turned out to be a competitive gas."
NEWS
November 15, 1999
College's marketing office takes regional honorsAnne Arundel Community College's public relations and marketing office has earned top awards in three categories at the recent District 1 Conference of the National Council for Marketing and Public Relations.The district includes Eastern Canada, the Northeast and much of the Middle Atlantic. The National Council for Marketing is an organization for marketing and public relations workers at two-year colleges.The college's catalog for 1999-2000 received a Gold Medallion, and the office earned a Bronze Medallion for computer-generated illustration.
NEWS
By Rafael Alvarez and Rafael Alvarez,SUN STAFF | March 16, 1998
As $220 million spills out of state treasuries and into the hands of architects, contractors and project managers raising the Ravens stadium on the banks of the Patapsco River, a handful of $7.50-an-hour jobs is changing lives at the bottom of the pecking order.Alice Hoffman -- project manager for the Maryland Stadium Authority -- was determined that some of the millions being spent would bring positive change to the lives of those who were not born sitting pretty on the 50-yard line."I feel motivated to correct some of the wrongs in society that the politicians haven't," says Hoffman of contract clauses that reserved 100 apprentice jobs for the disadvantaged.
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