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February 7, 2007
On February 4, 2007 MRS. HEYWARD. Visitation at 2140 N. Fulton Avenue on Thursday 3-8 P.M. The family will receive friends in the chapel, on Friday at 3 P.M. Funeral at 3:30 P.M.
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Sports Digest | April 2, 2013
Varsity baseball President's Cup film to premiere today "The President's Cup," a documentary film about an annual high school baseball tournament in Baltimore, will premiere at the University of Baltimore today at 6 p.m. The film, directed by Julie Simon , associate professor in the university's School of Communications Design, follows the progress of the second annual tournament, which took place in 2012, and makes its debut as this...
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February 27, 2003
Heyward Gipson, 74, landscape contractor Heyward Gipson, a retired landscape contractor and construction worker, died Feb. 20 of heart failure at Good Samaritan Hospital. The Ashburton resident was 74. Born in Clarendon County, S.C., where he attended schools, he moved to Baltimore in 1954 after serving in the Army during the Korean War. He owned a business, Gipson Landscape Co., for the past decade. For the previous 35 years he was a worker for the Campanile Construction Co. in Baltimore and Poole & Kent contractors in Baltimore County.
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By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | November 13, 2012
Ravens free safety Ed Reed was upset with his performance following a 55-20 rout of the Oakland Raiders on Sunday, so much so that he was apologetic afterward. The former NFL Defensive Player of the Year ricocheted off of former University of Maryland wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey, missing the tackle on a 55-yard touchdown catch in the second quarter. Reed incurred a right shoulder stinger and didn't finish the game, but not because of his injury. "Just had a bad day," Reed wrote on his Twitter account.
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December 13, 1991
Injured fullback Craig Heyward was suspended without pay for the rest of the season yesterday by New Orleans Saints coach Jim Mora, who said the move had nothing to do with pending assault charges brought by two women."
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By JOANNA BRENNER | August 17, 2008
Karen Heyward-West is the president and CEO of the Franciscan Center in Baltimore, which is celebrating its 40th anniversary in September. The center was founded in 1968 and is dedicated to providing emergency assistance to those in need. The center serves more than 8,000 men, women and children each year through programs, including transportation and medical supplies. What Manner of Man: a Biography of Martin Luther King, Jr. by Lerone Bennett Jr. After reading this book and looking at my life and my own personal testimonies, I was encouraged and humbled at the same time that this great man was able to be successful against all odds physically, mentally, spiritually and most of all socially during a time where it was not popular to do so. Just Who Will You Be?
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October 10, 1994
Mental blocksThe Bears' Donnell Woolford got so excited after causing New Orleans wide receiver Michael Haynes to fumble that he forgot to block when Bears teammate Shaun Gayle started to run with the ball."
FEATURES
By Matea Gold and Matea Gold,LOS ANGELES TIMES | July 6, 2005
Faced with a mandate to remake the network's nightly news broadcast, CBS News President Andrew Heyward has commissioned staffers to come up with approaches that would favor more of a storytelling style over the traditional format that generally recaps news of the day. Heyward told correspondents and producers about the new concept for the CBS Evening News in a meeting held at the network's New York headquarters Thursday and again in a smaller gathering yesterday,...
NEWS
May 1, 2005
On Thursday, April 28, 2005, EMILY BALL GRAINGER, 88, passed away; a longtime resident of Westminster-Canterbury in Richmond, VA, wife of the late Rev. John Cameron Grainger, last of Petersburg, VA, originally from Wilmington, N.C., and then later various parishes including Baltimore, MD. Emily, born in Charleston, S.C., was the daughter of the late Alexander Kelsall Ball and the late Emily Heyward Clarkson Ball, both of South Carolina and was preceded in...
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By David Folkenflik and David Folkenflik,SUN STAFF | September 15, 2004
CBS News President Andrew Heyward said yesterday that his network will not reveal the source of disputed documents used to report that President Bush received favored treatment in the Texas Air National Guard, even though that decision may mean many Americans would distrust a 60 Minutes report on the subject. "I'm confident the story was appropriately vetted before it went on the air. It is the nature of this kind of investigative reporting that sometimes sources remain confidential," Heyward said in a telephone interview.
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By Edward Lee | November 11, 2012
When the Oakland Raiders used the seventh overall pick in the 2009 draft to select Darrius Heyward-Bey, the McDonogh graduate and Maryland product was the first wide receiver taken off the board. That honor raised the bar for Heyward-Bey, who is trying to assert himself as the Raiders' top wideout. NFL Network analyst and former kick returner Bucky Brooks thinks there is still room and time for Heyward-Bey to develop into that role. Here is what Brooks had to say about Heyward-Bey.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | November 10, 2012
Darrius Heyward-Bey likes a challenge. Or perhaps more appropriately, he enjoys being challenged. From adolescence to McDonogh to Maryland, Heyward-Bey has encountered doubts and at each turn, he has overcome those obstacles. Now a starting wide receiver for the Oakland Raiders, who will visit M&T Bank Stadium on Sunday to meet the Ravens, Heyward-Bey can look back at those challenges and credit them for aiding his development. "It's just my personality. I've always been that way," he said Wednesday night after a Raiders practice.
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By Edward Lee | November 9, 2012
As a wide receiver, Darrius Heyward-Bey is expected to go to the middle of the field, catch passes, and brace for the impact that comes when a defensive back or linebacker crashes into him. But the sight of the Silver Spring native and McDonogh graduate absorbing a blow from Pittsburgh Steelers strong safety Ryan Mundy in the fourth quarter of the Oakland Raiders' 34-31 win still caused many to grimace. The top of Mundy's helmet appeared to strike Heyward-Bey in the facemask, and the former University of Maryland product had to be carted off the field.
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Sports Digest | June 2, 2012
NFL Heyward-Bey pleads not guilty in DUI case An attorney for Oakland Raiders wide receiver Darrius Heyward-Bey entered a not-guilty plea on his behalf Thursday to drunken-driving charges stemming from an arrest on the Bay Bridge, the San Francisco Chronicle reported Friday. Heyward-Bey, 25, who played at Maryland, was not required to appear in San Francisco Superior Court to enter his plea to misdemeanor charges of driving under the influence and driving with a blood-alcohol content above the legal limit of 0.08 percent, the newspaper reported.
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By Jamison Hensley, The Baltimore Sun | April 26, 2011
Cameron Heyward has the toughness that the Ravens covet. He has the versatility that fits their defense. And he has the bloodline that says he will tackle the NFL head-first. Heyward, a defensive lineman out of Ohio State, is the son of Craig "Ironhead" Heyward, an NFL running back who played 11 seasons with five different teams before succumbing to a brain tumor after a seven-year battle in May 2006. While Heyward wanted to take a different path than his father, he affectionately talks about his striking resemblance to him. "A big head," he said.
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Mike Preston | April 25, 2011
According to most NFL draft experts, the Ravens should be able to address one of two major needs Thursday by selecting Colorado cornerback Jimmy Smith or Ohio State defensive end Cameron Heyward in the first round. With Smith, there are some serious issues surrounding him like there were with outside linebacker Sergio Kindle, the Ravens' second-round pick out of Texas in 2010. But with defensive coordinator Chuck Pagano and his background as a defensive backs coach, the tension isn't as great.
BUSINESS
By RICHARD VERRIER and RICHARD VERRIER,LOS ANGELES TIMES | March 9, 2006
HOLLYWOOD -- The Oracle of Omaha is Tinseltown's newest animated hero. But, at least in Warren E. Buffett's crystal ball, he still has no future here. "I can't afford to go Hollywood," he said. "There's no money in this stuff." If anyone knows the value of a dollar, it's a guy with 40 billion of them. Which is why the world's second-richest individual decided to become a cartoon character to teach children financial responsibility. Working pro bono, Buffett will play himself in a 13-part DVD series, The Secret Millionaire's Club, produced by DIC Entertainment Corp.
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October 16, 1991
The chairman of the NFL's competition committee suggested yesterday that game officials made the wrong call on an "illegal demonstration" penalty that helped the New York Giants beat the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday night.Jim Finks, the rules chief, also said game officials may be making such calls as a protest against a rule they don't like.The call occurred after Eric Green caught a 5-yard touchdown pass from Neil O'Donnell with 50 seconds left that capped a 20-point comeback and tied the game, 20-20.
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By Baltimore Sun reporter | April 24, 2010
Maryland offensive tackle Bruce Campbell, who some thought could sneak into the first round because of his workout at the NFL Combine in February, was taken today by the Oakland Raiders in the fourth round (106th overall). He joins former teammate Darrius Heyward-Bey, who was taken seventh overall last year by the Raiders. Campbell, whose 6-foot-6, 314-pound frame is ideal for an offensive tackle, ran an unofficial 40-yard dash time of 4.75 seconds at the combine in Indianapolis, putting him on some teams' radar.
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By Phil Rogers On baseball | April 4, 2010
Remember one thing about those of us on the other side of the keyboard. We are suckers for a good story. That doesn't mean "trying to sell newspapers" or "trying to make a name" for myself or any of the complaints that make the rounds about the decisions that go into what to put in a piece and what to leave out. It would be great to instinctively know about the staying power of a story. But the best we can do is to make an honest evaluation whenever we sit down at a keyboard. Still, caveat emptor is a wise policy in regards to the glowing reviews of the Braves and their unusually polished prospect, the powerful Jason Heyward.
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