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February 7, 2008
On February 3, 2008, DOROTHY HIGHSMITH. On Friday friends may call at the VAUGHN C. GREENE FUNERAL SERVICES, 5151 Balto, Nat'l Pike, from 3:00-8:00 PM. On Saturday, Mrs. Highsmith will lie instate at Gospel Tabernacle Baptist Church, 3100 Walbrook Ave., where the family will receive friends from 9:30-10:00 AM with services to follow. Inquiries to (410)233-2400
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December 19, 2009
On December 13, 2009, JOHN W. SR., husband of Dorothy. Friends may call at the family owned MARCH FUNERAL HOME EAST, 1101 E. North Avenue on Saturday 8:30 A.M to 4 P.M and Sunday 10 A.M to 6 P.M. The family will receive friends at Armour of God Church, 4204 Ridgewood Avenue on Monday at 10 A.M. Funeral services will follow at 10:30 A.M.
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SPORTS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun reporter | December 25, 2006
PITTSBURGH -- For most of the year, Tina Vagnozzi and Brian Highsmith are your typical couple in love. But the romance dies down when football season begins. You see, Highsmith is a Ravens fan, and Vagnozzi is a Pittsburgh Steelers backer. The couple took their rivalry on the road yesterday to Heinz Field for the game between the bitter AFC North rivals. Highsmith wore a No. 52 jersey with his name on the back underneath a Ravens coat with a Ravens hat and head scarf. Vagnozzi donned a pink Hines Ward jersey under a Steelers jacket, scarf and hat, and carried a "Terrible Towel."
SPORTS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun reporter | December 25, 2006
PITTSBURGH -- For most of the year, Tina Vagnozzi and Brian Highsmith are your typical couple in love. But the romance dies down when football season begins. You see, Highsmith is a Ravens fan, and Vagnozzi is a Pittsburgh Steelers backer. The couple took their rivalry on the road yesterday to Heinz Field for the game between the bitter AFC North rivals. Highsmith wore a No. 52 jersey with his name on the back underneath a Ravens coat with a Ravens hat and head scarf. Vagnozzi donned a pink Hines Ward jersey under a Steelers jacket, scarf and hat, and carried a "Terrible Towel."
NEWS
By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,Evening Sun Staff | December 3, 1990
A northwest Baltimore man was being held today in the City Jail after being charged with the beating death of Joseph Edward Highsmith, 36, who was found dead in his Lyndale Avenue home late Thursday night.Police said Ronald Craig Barksdale, 28, of the 2200 block of Liberty Heights Ave., was arrested at Mercy Medical Center about 5 a.m. Friday while being treated for multiple cuts, bruises and bites that police said were received during a fight with the victim several hours earlier.After charges of first degree murder and using a weapon with intent to injure, Barksdale was remanded to the City Jail without bail.
BUSINESS
By Peter H. Frank | September 16, 1991
The gulf war was in full swing, business was piling up an Carol M. Highsmith had had enough.For about 10 years, the commercial photographer had run her own business, sending out bills, waiting for payment and sending out the bills again. Although her clients included major corporations, she would sometimes wait months to be paid.But when war came and economic uncertainty translated into even later payments from clients, Ms. Highsmith threw in the towel. She turned to one of a growing number of firms offering quick cash for accounts receivable, or the income expected -- but not yet received -- from customer invoices.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Carl Schoettler and Carl Schoettler,Sun Staff | September 28, 2003
The big old silver maple leaning like a tired Druid against Pastor John Highsmith's rowhouse came down with a whoosh, a sigh and a bang when Tropical Storm Isabel arrived at 5010 Cordelia Ave. in Pimlico. "I heard something say woo-oo-oo and then I heard a cracking," the pastor says. He and his wife, the Rev. Pearl Highsmith, both 71, were in a back room watching television about 10:50 that Thursday night. Their church is the Jesus Serves Church for All People at 3900 Maine Ave. Pastor Highsmith is well known for his fine baritone voice.
NEWS
November 8, 2001
An interview with Jenny Leopold, facilitator of the book club at Florence Bain Senior Center in Columbia. What is your role as the book club's facilitator? I'm a [former] English teacher, and I taught high school and college English, and now I'm at home with [my own] kids. ... I absolutely love working with this population. Seniors are just the best students ... and I think that they think of me as their teacher [even though] they are a group of women who have been active readers their whole life.
ENTERTAINMENT
By James H. Bready and By James H. Bready,Special to the Sun | January 19, 2003
If you didn't stop by Chestertown between 1997 and 2001, you missed a great show. The schooner Sultana was built then, not in a private shipyard but on a dirt parking lot three blocks from the water -- as crowds watched, and 99 volunteers helped. Sultana was built from the same plans as a yacht that was constructed in Boston in 1767 and also named Sultana. This first Sultana was later sold to the British and retrofitted for smuggler-nabbing. Once, plying the Chesapeake, Sultana's two top officers dined with Washington at Mount Vernon.
NEWS
February 6, 2004
On February 1, 2004, beloved mother of James, Michael, Darryl, Patricia and Haywood. Wake at 11 A.M. Funeral at 11:30 A. M on February 7, at Morning Star Baptist Church, Catonsville.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Carl Schoettler and Carl Schoettler,Sun Staff | September 28, 2003
The big old silver maple leaning like a tired Druid against Pastor John Highsmith's rowhouse came down with a whoosh, a sigh and a bang when Tropical Storm Isabel arrived at 5010 Cordelia Ave. in Pimlico. "I heard something say woo-oo-oo and then I heard a cracking," the pastor says. He and his wife, the Rev. Pearl Highsmith, both 71, were in a back room watching television about 10:50 that Thursday night. Their church is the Jesus Serves Church for All People at 3900 Maine Ave. Pastor Highsmith is well known for his fine baritone voice.
ENTERTAINMENT
By James H. Bready and By James H. Bready,Special to the Sun | January 19, 2003
If you didn't stop by Chestertown between 1997 and 2001, you missed a great show. The schooner Sultana was built then, not in a private shipyard but on a dirt parking lot three blocks from the water -- as crowds watched, and 99 volunteers helped. Sultana was built from the same plans as a yacht that was constructed in Boston in 1767 and also named Sultana. This first Sultana was later sold to the British and retrofitted for smuggler-nabbing. Once, plying the Chesapeake, Sultana's two top officers dined with Washington at Mount Vernon.
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