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July 27, 1991
Serge Hogg and Jenny Chuasiriporn won the boys and girls overall titles, respectively, in the local segment of the annual Middle Atlantic PGA Pro-Junior tournament at Rocky Point Golf Course yesterday.The course escaped much of the day's rainy weather, with only five of 22 groups forced to wait out a 45-minute delay before completing their rounds.Hogg, playing from Longview Golf Course, won on a match of cards after tying with Dean Blankenship of Wakefield Valley GC. The 3 handicappers registered a 1-over-par 73. Chuasiriporn, 14, a previous winner in events on this eastern Baltimore County course, had her best round for the site, 39-3978.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | June 10, 2014
Harold H. Hogg, founder of a Central Maryland and Southern Pennsylvania commercial construction company who endowed the Hogg Family Chair at Duke University, his alma mater, died June 3 of leukemia at the Moorings Park retirement community in Naples, Fla. The former York, Pa., resident was 86. The son of Dr. William L. Hogg, a United Methodist minister, and Mildred R. Hogg, a Latin teacher, Harold Hubert Hogg was born and raised in Leechburg, Pa....
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | August 5, 1996
Henry Blue won the 42nd Baltimore City Amateur championship, but it did not come without a struggle -- certainly a tougher road than the two-time winner might have anticipated over his home course, Green Spring Valley Hunt Club.A double-bogey five at the last hole left him with a second-round 78, a two-day total of 4-over-par 148, and a one-shot edge on Serge Hogg, who finished 74-75149 in the 31-man field. Late bogeys proved costly to Rick Sovero and Adrian Druzgala, each of whom wound up at 150 for two trips over the 6,489-yard course.
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By Jessica Gregg | March 12, 2014
"Hop. One, two, three, four. Back. One, two, three, four. " In the basement at St. Pius X Catholic Church at 6428 York Road in Rodgers Forge, 12 girls and one boy practiced Irish dance for Baltimore's upcoming St. Patrick's Day parade. "What do you do if someone in the crowd waves at you?" their teacher and director of the Egan School of Irish Dance Becky Egan Hogg asked them. Thirteen small faces stared back at her. They knew their steps, but for many, this was their first parade experience.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | June 30, 1997
What began as a basic three-way struggle for the lead turned into a war of attrition down the backstretch of the final round of the 30th annual Maryland Amateur Stroke Play championship at Mount Pleasant Golf Course yesterday.Serge Hogg survived a rocky stretch of holes in which he soared 4-over par for a seven-hole span in the middle of the round to finish with a 3-over-par 74, and a 54-hole total of 215, for a five-stroke victory.The other two members of the final threesome faltered at Nos. 14-15, the Hillen Road course's version of "Amen Corner."
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Sun Staff Writer | June 20, 1994
Two-shot differences at the 10th and 15th holes provided Charlie Narciso with breathing room on challenger Serge Hogg, and the defending champion went on to victory in the annual Baltimore Publinx golf championship at Mount Pleasant Golf Course yesterday.Since the old four-way Publinx tournament was restructured after a lapse of some 15 years, the new 36-hole event has had only two winners -- Walt Grabowski in 1990 and 1991, and Narciso, now working on a string of three in a row.Not since the late 1970s, when Joe Walter was winning five successive Maryland Stroke Play titles and Bonnie Fry was taking five straight Women's Golf Association crowns, has a player had a stranglehold on an event similar to Narciso's.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,SUN STAFF | September 25, 1995
Serge Hogg, who had an outstanding summer without a title to show for it, made up for the emptiness when he won the 28th Maryland Amateur Stroke Play championship by one shot at Mount Pleasant Golf Course yesterday.Hogg, 21, gained the margin of victory when he hit a 2-iron shot to within 10 feet of the hole and made a birdie putt at the 200-yard 17th. He finished with a 54-hole total of 215, 2 over par for three rounds.It was basically a three-man chase over the last six holes, with Hogg outlasting Phil Fairbanks, who used the day's best round, a 67, to get to 216, and Kirk Lombardi, 74-220.
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By Joan Jacobson and Joan Jacobson,SUN STAFF | February 10, 1998
A Baltimore County man told a Circuit Court judge yesterday he felt close to death in July 1996 when his girlfriend's ex-husband kidnapped and beat him and threatened that his body would be wrapped in a carpet and shipped by the Italian Mafia to New York."
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By John W. Stewart | September 24, 1995
Danny Rose, winner of the recent Fall Publinx tournament, continued his bid for two in a row when his 36-hole total of 145 stood up for a one-stroke lead yesterday in the annual Maryland Amateur Stroke Play championship at Mount Pleasant Golf Course.Steve Thomas, Kirk Lombardi and Serge Hogg are a shot back at 146. Hogg's 73 was one of nine sharing the low round of the day.The field was cut in half for today's final round, and 81 players at 161 remain. The morning tee times are from 7:30 to 11:24.
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By Joan Jacobson and Joan Jacobson,SUN STAFF | March 5, 1998
Con man and felon Salvatore Spinnato was sentenced yesterday to 35 years in prison for kidnapping and assaulting his ex-wife's boyfriend in July 1996 at a vacant house in Arbutus where Spinnato and an accomplice beat and threatened to kill the man.In seeking leniency yesterday, Spinnato asked his victim, Lynn R. Hogg, for forgiveness, but told Baltimore County Circuit Judge Barbara Kerr Howe that the kidnapping charges and Hogg's testimony that Spinnato repeatedly...
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Sports Digest | July 9, 2012
Et cetera Hogg wins third BMGC Amateur Stroke Play championship Serge Hogg , tied for the lead after a second-round 68, recorded a 1-over-par 72 and a 54-hole total of 210 in winning the 45th annual Amateur Stroke Play championship of the Baltimore Municipal Golf Corporation at Mount Pleasant Golf Course. It was his third win in the event, and the first since 1997. Three-time champion Billy Wingerd (71) followed at 212, trailed by Brett Williams , whose opening-day 66 was the low round of the tournament (75-213)
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By Sloane Brown and Sloane Brown,Special to The Baltimore Sun | December 21, 2008
Want some tips on how to "do" business casual? Just ask 45-year-old Darryl Hogge. The Humana insurance account executive says he has a formula: jeans and a blazer. He says he doesn't pay much attention to fashion, and hates to shop. But, as the Bristow, Va., resident waits to meet some colleagues for a business lunch at Corks Restaurant, it's obvious there's a little something more going on than jeans and a blazer. It reflects a life philosophy for this workout fiend. "The way you dress is how you take care of yourself."
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,Sun movie critic | July 4, 2008
Veterans sometimes say combat survivors give off a glow that protects them like an invisible shield. Jonathan Rhys Meyers radiates that glow until the final reel of The Children of Huang Shi, a terrific, fact-inspired moral adventure. Playing George Hogg, a British war correspondent who travels to China in 1937 to assess the looming Japanese occupation, Rhys Meyers pulls the audience into his clear-eyed gaze and compels us to see history afresh. He may be a racy heartthrob as Henry VIII in Showtime's The Tudors, but in this role he possesses spiritual nobility.
NEWS
July 30, 2005
Artie "Bea" Hoggs, a homemaker and former Baltimore resident, died of a heart attack Monday at Christiana Hospital in Wilmington, Del. She was 85. Artie Barrow was born and raised in Lafayette, Ala., and moved to Baltimore in the early 1940s. She was married in 1944 to the Rev. Oscar C. Hoggs, who is pastor of Salem Thessalonian Baptist Church on Druid Hill Avenue. Mrs. Hoggs lived in the city's Rosemont neighborhood until moving to Bear, Del., in 2001. "She loved cooking and entertaining family and friends, and was known for her cornbread, sweet potato pie and fried chicken that was better than the Colonel's," said a granddaughter, Danielle R. Darring of Bear.
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July 27, 2005
On July 25, 2005, ARTIE BEA HOGGS. Friends may call at the family owned MARCH FUNERAL HOME WEST, INC., 4300 Wabash Avenue, on Thursday after 1 P.M. Family will receive friends on Friday at Sharon Baptist Church, 1373 N. Stricker Street at 11:30 A.M., followed by funeral service at 12:30. See www.marchfh.com
BUSINESS
By Stacey Hirsh and Stacey Hirsh,SUN STAFF | February 5, 2004
Bowie Hogg stepped out of a New York City hotel room last fall to begin what has been dubbed "the ultimate job interview." He would compete against 15 others to win a chance to work for New York real estate tycoon Donald J. Trump. But what Hogg found as he arrived on the set of what has become a prime-time TV hit surprised him: Many of the women he would compete against - intelligent, successful twenty- and thirty-somethings - were clad in mini-skirts and slinky dresses. "It was kind of shocking that that's what they would choose for a professional outfit.
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By Michael Sragow and Michael Sragow,Sun movie critic | July 4, 2008
Veterans sometimes say combat survivors give off a glow that protects them like an invisible shield. Jonathan Rhys Meyers radiates that glow until the final reel of The Children of Huang Shi, a terrific, fact-inspired moral adventure. Playing George Hogg, a British war correspondent who travels to China in 1937 to assess the looming Japanese occupation, Rhys Meyers pulls the audience into his clear-eyed gaze and compels us to see history afresh. He may be a racy heartthrob as Henry VIII in Showtime's The Tudors, but in this role he possesses spiritual nobility.
NEWS
By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Staff writer | November 18, 1990
Three veteran prosecutors in the county State's Attorney's Office are leaving in January to start a private law practice in Ellicott City.Ronald R. Hogg, Robert N. Keehner and Richard P. O'Connor, with 25 years of experience among them in the office, have decided to move on.Their departure means that the office is losing about one-third of its attorneys. Hogg, Keehner and O'Connor handled most major felonies and serious drug cases.Chief State's Attorney William R. Hymes could not be reached for comment.
NEWS
August 29, 2003
Developers planning subdivisions in eastern Howard County or projects that require conditional-use permission must meet with neighbors before submitting plans to the county. The next meetings are: Monday at 3 p.m. at 5856 Deer Ridge Lane, Elkridge, to discuss a conditional use proposal for a two-family dwelling there. Thursday at 6:30 p.m., at Land Design & Development, 8000 Main St., Ellicott City, for a proposal to build 22 homes on 17.8 acres of the Hogg property, 4012 College Ave.
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June 10, 2003
On June 7, 2003, MABEL PEARL HOGGE, beloved wife of the late Garland L. Hogge; devoted mother of C. Barry Hogge, his wife Kristin of Albuquerque, NM, C. Lynn Weaver and her husband Merrill; grandmother of Suzanne M. Tawney, her husband Lee, Theresa A. McFarland, her husband Randy, Christopher Hogge, Steven Hogge, Chase Hogge and Benjamin Hogge; great-grandmother of Richard, Nicholas, Kenneth Tawney, Savanna, Randy and Riley McFarland. Service will be held at family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home, Inc., 1050 York Road (Beltway exit 26A)
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