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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | July 21, 2013
Liz Hogan once quit swimming because it had consumed her life. A former prodigy from Northern California who first competed for a spot on the 1972 U.S. Olympic team at 15, Hogan retired before she turned 20. She had just finished her freshman year at UCLA after narrowly missing a spot on the 1976 Olympic team as well. The sudden death of her older brother Ted from a previously undetected heart condition known as cardiomyopathy and her own bout with diverticulitis contributed to Hogan's losing her zeal for a sport she had competed in since age 6. But the years of spending hours underwater also had taken their toll emotionally and physically.
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Erin Cox and The Baltimore Sun | July 1, 2013
The anti-Gov. Martin O'Malley group Change Maryland recently celebrated a milestone: the number of likes on its Facebook page surpassed those of the governor himself.  Change Maryland Chairman Larry Hogan said the big moment came within the past week, and now they have 47,406 likes to O'Malley's 46,140. "This is a former mayor, two-term goveror who is running for president, we've got more people engaged online than he does," Hogan said in an interview. "And we're just a rag-tag group of engaged citizens in Maryland.
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By Mike Frainie, Special to The Baltimore Sun | April 22, 2012
Sarah Hogan has scored other goals for Towson, but it's doubtful any have been more important or timely than against visiting James Madison on Sunday. The junior scored with 26 seconds left in double overtime to give the No. 17 Tigers a 10-9 win and the regular-season Colonial Athletic Association championship. Both teams entered the game with unblemished conference records, and both knew it was winner take all for the title. "I saw that Kelly [Custer] was being doubled and had nowhere to go, and she did a great job of getting me the ball," said Hogan, who fired a bullet past James Madison's Schylar Healy for the game winner.
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by Annie Linskey | February 15, 2012
Western Maryland Del. Patrick Hogan, who was the target of an intense lobbying campaign over the past few days, announced this afternoon that he will not support Gov. Martin O'Malley's same-sex marriage bill. Hogan, a Repubilcan, had been undecided on the bill saying on Tuesday that he was "conflicted" about the bill. He said that he wanted to extend rights to gay couples, but was stuck on the term marriage. Advocates for same-sex marriage delivered over 1,000 postcards to his office on Monday.
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By Jacques Kelly, The Baltimore Sun | November 5, 2010
Mary Hogan Goss, a retired Baltimore County special-education bus attendant, department store sales associate and homemaker, died of cancer Oct. 25 at her Perry Hall home. She was 81. Born Mary Teresa Hogan in Baltimore and raised on Ravenwood Avenue, she attended the Shrine of the Little Flower School and was a 1946 graduate of the Catholic High School of Baltimore. She attended what is now Towson University. During a men's league football game at Herring Run Park, she met her future husband, Francis X. Goss, an electrician and real estate broker.
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By Julie Bykowicz | julie.bykowicz@baltsun.com | February 2, 2010
The Republican who has been most vocal about challenging Democratic Gov. Martin O'Malley this fall has dropped out of the race. Lawrence J. Hogan Jr. said Monday that his strong belief that former Republican Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. is going to run led him to end his own exploratory bid. Ehrlich, for whom Hogan served as appointments secretary, said recently that he'd make his intentions public in March, but probably not sooner. "I have become convinced he's going to run," Hogan said.
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December 9, 2009
On November 15, 2009, of Bel Air, MD. Beloved son of Michael O. Hogan and Sandra A. Hopkins. Loving brother of Joseph B. Hogan and Emily R. Hogan. Also survived by stepmother, Patricia Hogan; and stepfather, Edgar P. Hopkins Jr. A Mass of Resurrection will be held at St. Margaret Catholic Church, Bel Air, MD on Saturday, December 12, 2009 at 10:30 a.m. Interment will be in Bel Air Memorial Gardens, Bel Air, MD. Friends may call at McComas Funeral Home, P.A., Abingdon, MD on Friday, December 11, 2009 from 2 to 4 and 6 to 7:30 p.m., with a Wake service to follow at 7:30 p.m. Those who desire may contribute to The Center for Hope, 20 Prospect St., Ballston Spa, NY 12020 or International OCD Foundation Inc., P.O. Box 961029, Boston, MA 02196 www.ocfoundation.
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By Laura Smitherman | laura.smitherman@baltsun.com | November 28, 2009
It seems to be a tradition in Maryland for Republicans to say they are planning to run for governor - but would happily bow out if Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. gets in the race. Audrey E. Scott, now the state Republican chairwoman, and businessman John M. Kane stepped forward nearly a decade ago as admitted backup candidates before Ehrlich, then in Congress, announced his candidacy for governor and eventually won. This year, Del. Patrick L. McDonough, a Baltimore County Republican, says he's thinking of running but is willing to step aside if Ehrlich jumps in this winter.
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