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By Sports Digest | December 30, 2009
The Washington Capitals sent goalie Semyon Varlamov to American Hockey League affiliate Hershey as he comes back from an injury. Varlamov has been sidelined since Dec. 7, missing nine games, because of what the team is calling a lower-body injury. He is 12-1-2 with a 2.21 goals-against average and .924 save percentage for the Southeast Division-leading Capitals. Varlamov is expected to rejoin the Capitals next week. - From Sun staff and news services
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | June 9, 2014
The Hershey Company is accusing a state senator from Queen Anne's County of using chocolate-colored campaign signs to draw on its sugary "fame and equity" in a bid to drum up votes. In a federal lawsuit filed last week, the Pennsylvania-based confectioner asked a judge to stop Sen. Stephen S. Hershey Jr. from using campaign materials that it believes are too similar to its own logo and packaging. "Hershey is bringing this action to stop Senator Steve Hershey and his campaign from using the famous trade dress of the Hershey's chocolate bar in connection with Senator Hershey's campaign activities," the company wrote in a complaint.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | November 28, 2011
NAMES: Lacey, Marley and Hershey OWNER: The Forthman Family HOW THEY MET: Lacey was our first family dog seven years ago, Marley followed a year later and Hershey joined us last summer. All came from the same breeder in Cecil County. With family members allergic to dogs, poodles were the breed for us (no shedding or dander). AGE: 7, 6, and 1 1/2 HOME: Forest Hill BREED: Standard Poodle BEST TRICK: Lacey can turn our kitchen light switch on and off, Marley can catch any tennis ball you throw and Hershey can reach any Christmas ornament off our tree and attempt to eat it FAVORITE ACTIVITY: Going for walks, taking the kids to school, visiting schools and nursing homes, playing fetch and tug FAVORITE FOOD: Peanut butter and bananas FUNNIEST MOMENT: When Marley silently opened the cabinet under our sink and retrieved the bag of dog treats.
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By Eileen Ambrose, The Baltimore Sun | December 1, 2013
A new name recently joined the Baltimore skyline: R2integrated. The digital marketing firm's name replaces a sign that once belonged to the now-defunct Baltimore Examiner. The orange sign on the side of the 400 E. Pratt Street building is just one more milestone for R2integrated. The company was created in 2007 when CEO Matt Goddard and President Dave Taub merged their Round 2 Communications with Bi4ce Technology owned by Chris Chodnicki, now executive director of strategic partnerships and alliances.
BUSINESS
November 19, 2009
HARRISBURG, Pa. - Hershey, hoping to expand its overseas presence, has lined up a potential partner as the most recognizable name in American chocolate considers starting a bidding war for British candy maker Cadbury PLC. Italian candymaker Ferrero International SA could give the Hershey Co. the financial firepower to top a $16.4 billion hostile bid by Kraft Foods Inc. Hershey and Ferrero said Wednesday they are considering a possible offer for Cadbury....
NEWS
October 2, 2003
On September 30, 2003, JOSHUA RICHARD, beloved son of Richard "Dink" and Janie Hershey, loving brother of Tammy Hershey, Richard Hershey, IV, and Joseph Hershey, devoted Uncle of Emily and Allison, beloved grandson of Eleanor Tweed and the late Richard and Dorothy Hershey. Also survived by many Aunts, Uncles and Cousins. Friends are invited to call at the Burgee-Henss-Seitz Funeral Home, Inc., 3631 Falls Road, on Thursday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral Services are private. Interment in Meadowridge Memorial Park.
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January 17, 2004
On January 15, 2004, ROBERT HAROLD HERSHEY of Glen Burnie, loving husband of the late Beatrice Hershey, beloved father of the late Carole Lindeman. Devoted grandfather of Melinda Selander and Jeffrey Gropp, caring great-grandfather of Ashley Selander and Kaylyn Gropp. Remembered brother of Richard and Harry HersheyA Funeral Service will be held on Tuesday at 10 A.M. in the Singleton Funeral Home Chapel located at 1 Second Avenue S.W. (at Crain Highway), Glen Burnie. Interment Maryland Veterans Cemetery in Crownsville
SPORTS
November 18, 1990
Scoop Stanisic, the goalkeeper released by the Baltimore Blast on Nov. 8, has signed with the Hershey Impact of the National Professional Soccer League, the Impact announced yesterday.Stanisic played for the Impact most recently in 1988-89, going 17-15 with an 8.49 goals-against average."We are very excited to have someone of Scoop's caliber and experience back in Hershey," said Jim Carabin, Impact general manager. "We feel that he will bring leadership and enthusiasm both on and off the field."
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By Sports Digest | March 9, 2010
Center Keith Aucoin signed a two-year contract extension with the Washington Capitals. Aucoin, who helped lead Hershey to the American Hockey League championship last season, leads the AHL in scoring this season with 84 points. Duckpins: The Women's National Duckpin Association's opening event this season, May 28-30 at Turner's Dual Lanes in Hagerstown, will have a $5,000 first prize, making it the highest-paying women's competition in history. The event is expected to draw nearly 100 of the top women's bowlers in the United States, including Baltimore's No. 3-ranked Janet Sauter and No. 4 Andrea Lanahan . Melissa Mahoney of Baltimore will try to defend her title.
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Sports Digest | October 1, 2012
Hockey Caps' Oates to help coach Hershey affiliate The Washington Capitals announced Sunday that Adam Oates would serve as co-coach of the American Hockey League's Hershey Bears, along with head coach Mark French , during the NHL lockout. It's a move that will allow Oates, a first-time NHL head coach, time behind a bench while familiarizing himself with players throughout the organization. Oates and French, along with Hershey assistant coach Troy Mann , will be behind the bench during games, but the suddenly expanded staff still has to work out most of the logistics.
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By Michael Dresser, The Baltimore Sun | September 18, 2013
Given a choice between two conservative Republican delegates to fill a vacancy in the Upper Eastern Shore's state Senate district, Democratic Gov. Martin O'Malley chose the less confrontational of the two. O'Malley said Wednesday that he has appointed Del. Stephen S. Hershey Jr. of Queen Anne's County to replace former Minority Leader E. J. Pipkin, who resigned this summer and moved to Texas. Passed over was Del. Michael D. Smigiel Sr. of Cecil County. The choice of which Republican would replace Pipkin was left to O'Malley after the GOP central committees of the four counties that make up the 36th District split 2-2 between the two lawmakers.
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By Michael Dresser, The Baltimore Sun | September 18, 2013
Given a choice between two conservative Republicans to fill a vacancy in the Upper Eastern Shore's state Senate district, Gov. Martin O'Malley chose the less confrontational legislator. O'Malley said Wednesday that he has appointed Del. Stephen S. Hershey Jr. of Queen Anne's County to replace former Sen. E.J. Pipkin, who resigned and moved to Texas. Passed over was Del. Michael D. Smigiel Sr. of Cecil County. The choice of which Republican would replace Pipkin was left to O'Malley, a Democrat, after the GOP central committees of the four counties that make up the 36th District split between the two lawmakers.
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By Karmen Fox | June 24, 2013
Don has taken the elevator ride straight to Hell. “Excuse me,” Don yells behind jail bars. “I shouldn't be in here.” Yes, he should. And not just for punching a minister, even if that hatemonger deserved it. (MLK, RFK and the Vietnam soldiers aren't “true believers”? Cue Sally's eye roll.) For the past few seasons, we've put up with Don's philandering, deception and debauchery. He's struggled to find inner-peace yet we stood by him. This season, however, Don sunk to new lows.
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Sports Digest | October 1, 2012
Hockey Caps' Oates to help coach Hershey affiliate The Washington Capitals announced Sunday that Adam Oates would serve as co-coach of the American Hockey League's Hershey Bears, along with head coach Mark French , during the NHL lockout. It's a move that will allow Oates, a first-time NHL head coach, time behind a bench while familiarizing himself with players throughout the organization. Oates and French, along with Hershey assistant coach Troy Mann , will be behind the bench during games, but the suddenly expanded staff still has to work out most of the logistics.
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By Jill Rosen and The Baltimore Sun | November 28, 2011
NAMES: Lacey, Marley and Hershey OWNER: The Forthman Family HOW THEY MET: Lacey was our first family dog seven years ago, Marley followed a year later and Hershey joined us last summer. All came from the same breeder in Cecil County. With family members allergic to dogs, poodles were the breed for us (no shedding or dander). AGE: 7, 6, and 1 1/2 HOME: Forest Hill BREED: Standard Poodle BEST TRICK: Lacey can turn our kitchen light switch on and off, Marley can catch any tennis ball you throw and Hershey can reach any Christmas ornament off our tree and attempt to eat it FAVORITE ACTIVITY: Going for walks, taking the kids to school, visiting schools and nursing homes, playing fetch and tug FAVORITE FOOD: Peanut butter and bananas FUNNIEST MOMENT: When Marley silently opened the cabinet under our sink and retrieved the bag of dog treats.
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By Chris Kaltenbach, The Baltimore Sun | September 1, 2011
You'd think three days of IndyCar racing would be enough for the inaugural Baltimore Grand Prix to offer. But organizers are taking no chances. With an schedule of events that includes concerts, volleyball games, kid-friendly activities and a seemingly endless stream of parties, the folks who put together the Grand Prix clearly want to ensure that no spectator gets bored — not even for a moment. "Racing is not the only thing that's happening here," said Grand Prix president Jay Davidson.
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By Fred Rasmussen and Fred Rasmussen,Sun Staff Writer | May 11, 1995
Bret C. Hershey believed in children and music.He brought them together at Peabody Conservatory of Music and Tench Tilghman Elementary School.Whether conducting private lessons at the Peabody Preparatory, or for large groups of public school students in East Baltimore, Mr. Hershey used music to make kids feel good about themselves. "His impact on the students went well beyond just music," said Elizabeth L. Turner, the principal of Tench Tilghman on Patterson Park Avenue.Mr. Hershey died Saturday of leukemia at Johns Hopkins Hospital Oncology Center.
SPORTS
August 21, 1991
A game was omitted from the Baltimore Skipjacks' schedul yesterday. The Skipjacks will play at Binghamton, N.Y., at 5 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 23.The Sun regrets the errors.The Baltimore Skipjacks announced yesterday that they will open their 10th American Hockey League season against the Hershey Bears at the Baltimore Arena on Oct. 4.The Jacks will face Southern Division rival Hershey 16 times in 1991-92, and their three other division opponents -- Binghamton, Utica and Rochester -- eight times each.
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By Sports Digest | August 10, 2011
NHL Kolbe out, Hershey's Walton in as radio voice of Caps John Walton , the former voice of the Hershey Bears of the American Hockey League, has been chosen to become the Washington Capitals' new radio play-by-play announcer. Walton, 38, replaces veteran Steve Kolbe , who is not being brought back after 14 seasons in Washington. Kolbe, who was born in Highlandtown, was raised near Catonsville and attended Mount St. Joseph, had been working on a year-to-year contract with the Caps but was informed in July that the team planned to open the position to others.
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By Sports Digest | March 20, 2011
Laurel Park Bandbox wins $75K Private Terms Stakes by 11/2 lengths Under confident handling, Hillwood Stable LLC's Bandbox cruised to victory in Saturday afternoon's feature at Laurel Park, the $75,000 Private Terms Stakes for 3-year-olds. Sent to post as the overwhelming favorite under Travis Dunkelberger , Bandbox tracked speedster Rush Now to the top of the lane before edging to the front and pulling away to win by 11/2 lengths in 1 minute, 37.25 seconds for the one-mile distance.
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