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Susan Reimer | September 23, 2010
Sex, money and kids top the list of stressors on a marriage. You probably can add housework, snoring and the remote to that list, too. But I'd have to say weight loss is right up there. My husband has lost a lot of weight. I mean, a LOT of weight. He's lost so much weight that not only do his trousers fit better, his shoes fit better. And this is good news because his doctor warned that, with diabetes in his family, his weight made him a sitting duck. It took time and determination to lose all that weight, and his doctor pronounced him "amazing.
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By Luke Broadwater and The Baltimore Sun | October 5, 2014
Ann Porter Lundy, a former president of the Maryland Orchid Society and founder of Baltimore's chapter of the Maryland Native Plant Society, died Sept. 28 of cancer at Union Memorial Hospital in Baltimore. She was 70. "She taught a lot of people about gardens, plants and life," said her husband, A. Lee Lundy Jr., a partner at the law firm of Tydings & Rosenberg LLP. "She meant a lot to a lot of people. " Ann Lundy was born March 25, 1944, in Palm Beach, Fla., in the Breakers Hotel, which was then being used as a troop and maternity hospital.
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By Peter Hermann | April 6, 2012
There are plenty of tragedies and many are easy to comprehend, and deal with. In nost cases, killer are supposed to go to prison. But what do you do with a 92-year-old man suffering from dementia who pushes his wife of 65 years, causing her to fall, break her hip and die. It's a homicide, authorities say, but not one that they're going to prosecute as a crime. The case announced today in Baltimore County opens up a world of questions -- how was the couple cared for? Were they living alone?
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By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | October 3, 2014
The Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Community Center of Baltimore on Friday named Joel Tinsley-Hall as its new executive director, effective immediately. The decision comes amid tensions between the community and the center, and after a community-led interview of Tinsley-Hall last month became contentious at times. Tinsley-Hall, 39, is an 8-year Army veteran and a former supervisor of the University of Maryland's Harbor City Unlimited residential rehabilitation program for patients with mental illness.
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By Julie Scharper, The Baltimore Sun | August 22, 2014
Stacy Keibler's baby has arrived ! The Baltimore native and TV star gave birth to a girl, Ava Grace Pobre, Wednesday, according to her website. She gave birth in her home. Husband "Jared [Pobre] and I have been blessed with the new love of our lives," Keibler wrote in a brief post.  "We've never experienced a level of joy and happiness like this before!" she wrote. "Thank you so much for all of the special wishes and positive energy. " Keibler posted a beautiful reflection on pregnancy the day before she gave birth.  "This has been a time for reflection and introspection, to rest and rediscover - to learn, grow and evolve.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | December 15, 2013
Anne Arundel County Police have charged a 30-year-old Laurel woman with stabbing her husband to death. About 10:30 a.m. Friday, Anne Arundel County Police responded to a home in the 8300 block of Frostwood Road in Laurel, where they found Johnnie Sutton III, 38, dead. Marquita Berry-Sutton, 30, who also lived at the residence, is charged with second degree murder. The office of the chief medical examiner determined that Sutton, who was serving in the Army, suffered several stab wounds and ruled his death was a homicide, that had been caused by blunt force trauma.
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | June 17, 2013
After her then-husband was convicted on pornography charges involving the abuse of her two daughters at their home, an Anne Arundel County woman just wanted to move out. But her plans hit a snag when federal prosecutors tried to take her husband's share in the house. The Justice Department attempted to seize the property because it had been used in the commission of a crime, drawing protests from the woman and a rebuke from a federal judge. The government ultimately dropped the effort, but the case is another example of federal prosecutors' aggressive use of asset forfeiture laws.
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By Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | April 19, 2012
The body of a Howard County woman reported missing more than 20 years ago was found buried under floorboards of a shed behind her home, and her husband has been charged in her murder, police said.  Robert Jarrett, 57, of the 6000 block of Claire Drive, reported his wife, Christine Ann Jarrett, missing on Janurary 5, 1991, telling police she walked away from their home after an argument. News reports at the time said she kissed her sons goodnight, and left with $4,000 cash. The reports also said there were "brewing problems at home.
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | November 4, 2013
A White Marsh woman will spend the rest of her life in prison for hiring a hit man to kill her husband — a man she has insisted subjected her to years of abuse. A judge handed down the sentence Monday after jurors rejected Karla Porter's claim of self-defense and convicted her in August of first-degree murder. Prosecutors have disputed the allegations of abuse by William "Ray" Porter, arguing that she concocted them to justify a cold-blooded murder. "The evidence at the trial was very clear.
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | August 6, 2013
Accused of ordering a man to kill her husband at a Towson gas station, Karla Porter claims that she felt she had no other choice as she sought to escape an abusive relationship in which she believed her life was in danger. "Ray Porter had become verbally abusive, controlling … physically abusive," Porter's attorney, Teresa Whalen, said in opening statements Tuesday. She said Porter's husband once ground her face into her mother's headstone, telling her she should be dead, too. But prosecutors urged jurors not to lose sight of the fact that the White Marsh woman arranged the hit on her husband and tried to mislead authorities, starting with the 911 call in which she claimed that an unknown man had shot her husband and fled the scene.
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By Childs Walker, The Baltimore Sun | September 10, 2014
The day after the Ravens released Ray Rice, owner Steve Bisciotti wrote in a letter to fans and sponsors that the team “did not do all we should have done” after the star running back was accused of knocking his then-fiancee unconscious at an Atlantic City casino in February. “Seeing that video changed everything,” Bisciotti wrote in a letter to the team's personal seat license holders, suite owners and sponsors. “We should have seen it earlier.” Bisciotti's remarks came toward the end of a day of fallout in which NFL commissioner Roger Goodell defended the league's efforts to obtain the video of Rice striking Janay Palmer, whom he subsequently married.
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By Julie Scharper, The Baltimore Sun | August 22, 2014
Stacy Keibler's baby has arrived ! The Baltimore native and TV star gave birth to a girl, Ava Grace Pobre, Wednesday, according to her website. She gave birth in her home. Husband "Jared [Pobre] and I have been blessed with the new love of our lives," Keibler wrote in a brief post.  "We've never experienced a level of joy and happiness like this before!" she wrote. "Thank you so much for all of the special wishes and positive energy. " Keibler posted a beautiful reflection on pregnancy the day before she gave birth.  "This has been a time for reflection and introspection, to rest and rediscover - to learn, grow and evolve.
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By Nayana Davis, The Baltimore Sun | August 14, 2014
Students around Anne Arundel County are getting ready to head back to school in a couple of weeks, but for one couple who recently moved to Maryland from Florida, the school year marks an even greater beginning. Marcio and Dee Rosado are starting as new teachers in the system this year and took part in Anne Arundel County public schools' teacher orientation this past week with a mix of excitement and anxiousness. Dee, 36, has been teaching kindergarten and first grade for 11 years.
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By Marie Marciano Gullard, For The Baltimore Sun | August 7, 2014
Brockett Horne and her husband, Chris Tesluk, say they chose their city home with the flip of a coin. "Chris works in College Park and I teach at MICA; we ended up choosing Baltimore over D.C.," says Horne, a 40-year-old graphic artist. "We wanted an old house and close to a park. The city suits us … there is so much going on. " The couple purchased a three-story Butchers Hill rowhouse near Patterson Park in 2008 for $182,000. A former barbershop, it hadn't been occupied in 20 years.
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By Nayana Davis, The Baltimore Sun | July 28, 2014
A California man pleaded guilty in federal court Monday to his role in the 2009 killing of a friend's spouse on the Eastern Shore. Dellando Recardo Campbell, 31, of Lemoore, Calif., admitted helping Ryan Holness, 33, luring Holness' 26-year-old wife, Serika Dunkley Holness, from New York to Maryland in order to kill her, staging the crime as a fatal carjacking. He pleaded guilty to the charge of interstate domestic violence resulting in the death of a spouse. If the deal is accepted by a U.S. District Court judge, Campbell could receive up to 30 years in jail.
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By Alison Knezevich, The Baltimore Sun | July 19, 2014
Irregular work hours and constant stress can mean trouble for a firefighter's marriage. Lori Mercer is on a mission to change that. The founder of FirefighterWife.com, she wants to help reduce divorce and "strengthen, ignite and rescue firefighter marriages. " "When you see death and destruction, that's a lot to process," the 41-year-old mother of four said. "There's a whole lot of stress on a relationship on top of how tough marriage already is. " Mercer was among the exhibitors at the Firehouse Expo at the Baltimore Convention Center downtown.
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By Sarah Kickler Kelber and The Baltimore Sun | August 18, 2012
I think when I tried to rickroll my husband using our preschooler, I realized we might have a problem. A couple of years ago, Isaac's teachers at daycare asked me one day, half-embarrassed, half-amused, “Does Isaac know the song 'Ice Ice Baby'? Because we're pretty sure we heard him singing it to himself at naptime earlier this week.” Awkward! That one wasn't my fault. My husband had a goofy mix CD in his car that included that song, and unbeknown to either of us, the kid had picked up the words.
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By Glenn Small and Glenn Small,Staff Writer | November 25, 1993
A 30-year-old Rosedale woman was held without bail last night on charges of first-degree murder and arson after police said she doused her sleeping husband with charcoal fluid and set him on fire.Police said Patricia Ann Hawkins told them she was the victim of spousal abuse and wanted to kill her husband before he killed her."I did it," Mrs. Hawkins, the mother of two, allegedly told officers who arrived at her home about 4:35 a.m. yesterday in the 6100 block of Marquette Road.Milton Hawkins, 32, suffered third-degree burns over 60 percent of his body, mostly his face, head and upper torso, said Capt.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | July 8, 2014
Alice S. Lumpkin, an environmentalist and animal lover who with her husband owned and managed their Worthington Valley farm, died Saturday of cancer at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. She was 52. The daughter of Dr. Samuel McComb Lumpkin, an ear, nose and throat specialist, and Barbara Seney Waters Lumpkin, a homemaker, Alice Seney Lumpkin was born in Baltimore and raised in Sparks and on Geist Road in Glyndon. After graduating in 1979 from Garrison Forest School, she earned a bachelor's degree in geology with an environmental option from Colby College in Waterville, Maine, in 1984.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | June 25, 2014
Elizabeth A. "Betty" Baker, the longtime church secretary at Aisquith Presbyterian Church, died Saturday of cancer at Good Samaritan Hospital. She was 78. The daughter of the Rev. Edward G. Conrad, pastor of Aisquith Presbyterian Church, and Elizabeth A. Brooks Conrad, a teacher, Elizabeth Ann Conrad was born in Blue Ridge Summit, Pa. She was raised in Lansdowne, Pa., and Baltimore, where she had lived since 1949. She graduated in 1953 from Eastern High School and attended business school for a year.
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