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June 11, 2003
On June 10, 2003, EVELYN H. (nee Gartside), beloved wife of the late Preston A. Hutchinson; devoted mother of Donald P. Hutchinson and the late P. David Hutchinson; dear mother-in-law of Peggy Hutchinson and Joann Hutchinson; dear sister of Ruth Shaw, Elfrieda Jones and Jack Gartside, and the late Robert, Irma and Brent Gartside, and Ellen Bomberg; loving grandmother of Leslie, David M. and Sarah E. Hutchinson; great-grandmother of Brent Hutchinson....
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By Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun | June 4, 2014
UPDATE: Singer/songwriter Eric Hutchinson, who grew up in Takoma Park and released his latest album ("Pure Fiction") in April, has been named the final addition to the Silopanna Music Festival lineup. ------ Get ready, Anne Arundel County Fairgrounds, because Wayne Coyne is coming this summer. The Flaming Lips, led by Coyne, Dashboard Confessional and Matt & Kim are a few of the 19 acts scheduled to perform at the fairgrounds for Aug. 16's Silopanna Music Festival. Other artists set to take the stage include Sleeper Agent, Hellogoodbye, Chappo, Twin Forks, Damn Right!
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NEWS
November 18, 2009
Former Baltimore County Executive Donald P. Hutchinson has agreed to stay on as president and CEO of the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, dropping the "interim" designation he has held since being hired in 2007. Hutchinson, 63, took the post with a 15-month mandate to straighten out the zoo's finances and help find his permanent replacement. "We are so pleased that he is having so much fun running the zoo that both he and the board have decided to extend his tenure," said zoo Chairman Eric Orlinsky.
SPORTS
By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | December 15, 2012
Terry Hutchinson was taught a long time ago to be resilient, to be able to adjust to the shifting winds on the sea or, for that matter, in life. It helped Hutchinson, who grew up in Annapolis and still has a home there, move up the ranks from crew member to tactician to skipper on boats that raced in everything from local regattas to the America's Cup. Which is why Hutchinson, 44, seems to be less upset - at least on the surface - than others...
NEWS
November 12, 2004
On November 9, 2004, MARY L. HUTCHINSON (nee Leonhardt); beloved wife of the late Frederick B.A. Hutchinson; daughter of the late Eva and Philip Leonhardt; devoted mother of William Hutchinson, June Feese and the late Caroline Hutchinson; loving grandmother of Kevin and Brian Hutchinson, Richard Feese, M.D., and Cindy Ortega. Also survived by three great grandchildren. Services private. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to the Hospice of Howard County, Inc., 5537 Twin Knolls Road, suite 433, Columbia, MD 21045.
NEWS
By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,Staff Writer | January 7, 1994
Del. Leslie E. Hutchinson was the picture of contrition in District Court in September, when she got a judicial tongue-lashing, $1,500 in fines and a suspended 14-month jail term for driving her unregistered car without insurance and on a suspended license.She was even more contrite just after Christmas in a public letter nTC of apology and explanation for her years of unpaid debts and traffic law violations to local newspapers.Despite those apologies, Ms. Hutchinson is trying to have her convictions reversed on appeal in Baltimore County Circuit Court.
NEWS
July 19, 1993
Del. Leslie E. Hutchinson of Essex has received editorial support from this newspaper before. We endorsed her candidacy for the House of Delegates in 1990. We called her "courageous" when she was among a handful of Baltimore County legislators who supported the governor's budget plan last year. (We were also appalled by some of her actions in support of ex-Judge John Arnick.)But any support for her politics takes a back seat to disgust over her ethics and behavior.Two weeks ago, Delegate Hutchinson brushed aside criticism about her having sent letters to state officials offering them the services of her new party-planning firm.
BUSINESS
By John E. Woodruff and John E. Woodruff,Sun Staff Writer | May 3, 1994
The Baltimore area's growth will be limited until "we take seriously the need to think, plan and act as a single region," Donald P. Hutchinson told the Greater Baltimore Committee last night."
NEWS
By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,Sun Staff Writer | November 26, 1994
An unidentified elected Maryland official -- not Gov. William Donald Schaefer -- made the contact that led to a new state job for Del. Leslie E. Hutchinson, state Human Resources secretary Luther W. Starnes said yesterday.Mr. Starnes, who took over the department in late August, said he received a telephone call from a political figure -- "a friend of hers" -- who asked that Ms. Hutchinson be interviewed. He refused to identify the caller.In mid-October, Ms. Hutchinson was appointed by Mr. Starnes to a $40,700-a-year job as a community-outreach worker in volunteer services.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun | October 31, 2012
Eric Hutchinson's success as a singer-songwriter could be measured by the Baltimore venues he's played. After honing his skills on smaller, now-defunct stages such as Fletcher's and the Funk Box, the 32-year-old Takoma Park native headlined the considerably larger Rams Head Live this past June. The rapturous response, according to the Warner Bros. recording artist, was impossible to ignore. "It was one of the best shows on the tour," Hutchinson said. "It felt like a hometown show.
NEWS
November 18, 2009
Former Baltimore County Executive Donald P. Hutchinson has agreed to stay on as president and CEO of the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore, dropping the "interim" designation he has held since being hired in 2007. Hutchinson, 63, took the post with a 15-month mandate to straighten out the zoo's finances and help find his permanent replacement. "We are so pleased that he is having so much fun running the zoo that both he and the board have decided to extend his tenure," said zoo Chairman Eric Orlinsky.
SPORTS
By MIKE PRESTON | October 18, 2009
Vikings RB Adrian Peterson vs. Ravens MLB Ray Lewis The Ravens gave up more than 100 rushing yards last week to Cedric Benson, so they are going to be pretty angry going into Minnesota. No player takes it more personally than Lewis, who in his 14th year is having a fine season. He'll get fired up to play Peterson. The key is to keep Peterson moving laterally, and not allow him to go downhill. Peterson, though, has the same physical and mental makeup as Lewis. This is one of the NFL's best matchups today.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,jacques.kelly@baltsun.com | September 15, 2009
The price of a weekday adult admission to the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore will rise by $2, a move administrators say will help compensate for a drop in revenues received from the state, county and city governments. The new entry tab will rise from $11 to $13 for adults. The senior ticket price will rise from $10 to $11. Children's admissions will remain unchanged, and weekend and online admission rates are not affected. Zoo officials said they had been notified of a drop in contributions by Baltimore City, Harford and Howard counties, as well as the state's Department of Education.
NEWS
By Jonathan Pitts and Jonathan Pitts,jonathan.pitts@baltsun.com | March 15, 2009
She swung her legs from the rear compartment of the black limo, strode to the runway and posed for the cameras. At 5 feet tall and weighing 7 pounds, Candy Crane has the svelte build a supermodel might envy. But at the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore yesterday, it was her endangered species status that made her a star. Candy, a West African crowned crane, shook her wings and ambled through the gate, officially becoming the zoo's first admission for 2009, its 133rd year of operation. "She walks a little like Groucho Marx," quipped interim zoo president and CEO Donald P. Hutchinson, as about 50 onlookers cheered.
NEWS
November 4, 2008
JAMES D. HUTCHINSON, 92, went home to be with the Lord, October 30, 2008.He was born in Baltimore, MD, where he lived until moving to Chesapeake, VA, two years ago to be closer to his youngest daughter and her husband. He served in the Army Air Force from 1945-1946, stationed in the Aleutian Islands. He retired from Armco Steel after 37 years as a crane engineer. He leaves behind his beloved wife of 68 years, Alberta. He is also survived by two daughters, Shirley Beddoe and Sharon Roach; his son-in-law, Charles Roach; three grandchildren, Michael Roach and wife Audra, Sara Woods and husband, Adam and Lindsey Roach; a great-grandchild, Brayden James Woods; his sister, Thelma Meninger and Laura Landon and their families; and a nephew, Ronald Canary and wife Joan.
NEWS
By Frank D. Roylance and Frank D. Roylance,frank.roylance@baltsun.com | October 30, 2008
Faced with a $194,000 cut in state funding and a long to-do list, the Maryland Zoo in Baltimore has decided to add four weeks to its planned two-month wintertime closing. The zoo will close two weeks early, on Dec. 15, and reopen two weeks late, on March 15. Officials said a planned Christmas event will be moved to the second weekend in December. The zoo began closing in January and February several years ago. The extra down time will save $60,000 in operating costs and allow more time to complete seven renovation projects, including roof and gutter repairs and construction of a new manure handling system.
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