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December 11, 2011
I was astounded to read the allegations that Jay Miller had solicited money in exchange for favorable reviews in "The Wine Advocate" ("Paid to sip? Wine scandal swirls around local critic," Dec. 7th). I have known Mr. Miller as a customer and later as a sales associate since 1978, when I was wine manager at Well's Discount Liquors. In 1981, when I founded what is now Calvert Wine and Spirits, in Hunt Valley, I was fortunate enough to have Mr. Miller join me at Calvert for several years.
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By Scott Calvert, The Baltimore Sun | May 17, 2012
The directors of Baltimore Behavioral Health Inc., a major drug treatment provider in Baltimore, have laid off longtime executive William "Kris" Hathaway, as the once high-flying nonprofit continues to cut costs. The board of directors had earlier removed Hathaway as chief executive and put vice president Terry T. Brown in charge of the clinic, which specializes in treating people with both addiction and mental illness. In an emailed response to questions from The Baltimore Sun, board member Jay Miller said that Hathaway was laid off "in the interest of saving money.
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By Baltimore County Bureau of The Sun | March 5, 1991
Baltimore County police said yesterday that no charges have been brought in connection with a fatal shooting that occurred Sunday morning in Cockeysville.The victim, Robert Earl Taylor, 33, of the 2000 block of Valley Mill Road in northern Baltimore County, was found dead on the kitchen floor of an apartment just before 3 a.m. Sunday, said E. Jay Miller, a police spokesman.
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December 11, 2011
I was astounded to read the allegations that Jay Miller had solicited money in exchange for favorable reviews in "The Wine Advocate" ("Paid to sip? Wine scandal swirls around local critic," Dec. 7th). I have known Mr. Miller as a customer and later as a sales associate since 1978, when I was wine manager at Well's Discount Liquors. In 1981, when I founded what is now Calvert Wine and Spirits, in Hunt Valley, I was fortunate enough to have Mr. Miller join me at Calvert for several years.
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January 13, 2005
On January 9, 2005 IONA MAE BUCK (nee Miller); beloved wife of the late John R. Buck, died after an extended illness at the home of their son, Victor R. Buck and wife Vianey, in El Paso, TX. She is also survived by a daughter, Stephanie L. Whitenak and husband Donald of Baltimore, MD; two brothers, Jay Miller of Montana and Milton Miller of Oregon; a sister, Jo Ellen Thorn of S.C.; Six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a sister, Colette. Private Services will be held Friday, January 14, at Baltimore National Cemetery.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | September 11, 1999
Edward Judson "Jay" Miller III, longtime Baltimore County police spokesman, died yesterday of cardiac and respiratory failure at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. The Timonium resident and former News American reporter was 71.Known to several generations of local reporters as E. Jay Miller, Mr. Miller was the amiable director of the Baltimore County Police Department's Office of Public Information from 1977 and until his retirement in 1995."I was blessed having Jay Miller as part of my management team," said said former Baltimore County Police Chief Corneilus J. Behan.
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March 5, 1993
While a 19-year-old resident of the Scotts Level Apartments near Randallstown lay dead on a bed from a gunshot wound yesterday, her infant son crawled about on the floor unharmed, Baltimore County police said.E. Jay Miller, a police spokesman, said homicide detectives were seeking clues to the murder of Edna Coates, whose body was found at 6 p.m. yesterday by a male friend when he entered her apartment in the 4600 block of Debilen Circle. Police would not identify the man.Mr. Miller said Miss Coates had been shot at least once in the head.
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By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,Evening Sun Staff | December 5, 1990
Baltimore County police today were awaiting the results of an autopsy they say will tell them how the co-owner of a Timonium print shop was slain yesterday and perhaps what kind of weapon was used.Police said no arrest has been made in the death of Lewellen Maesenior, 35, of the 2700 block of Strathmore Ave. in northwest Baltimore. Her body was found about 9 a.m. in a rear room next to several printing machines at the Print Shop, a firm she and her husband, Michael, ran in the 2000 block of York Road.
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By Frank D. Roylance and Frank D. Roylance,Evening Sun Staff | November 20, 1991
A 27-year-old Carroll County woman was seriously injured today when she tried, unsuccessfully, to pass two cars in a no-passing zone on Black Rock Road in northern Baltimore County, police said.The woman's Ford Bronco collided with an oncoming pickup truck before she could return to the right lane, police said. The crash injured two men in the truck.Police identified the woman as Alicia Ernst-Koors, of the 3400 block of Hampstead-Mexico Road near Hampstead. She was flown to the Shock-Trauma Unit in Baltimore, where she was listed in fair and stable condition.
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By Alisa Samuels and Alisa Samuels,Sun Staff Writer | July 31, 1995
A 27-year-old Hillendale man has been charged with first-degree murder in the fatal stabbing of his wife Saturday on the eve of her 31st birthday.Anthony Lee Davenport of the 6600 block of Ellsmere Place was arrested on first-degree murder charges and held without bail at the Towson Precinct after questioning. He is scheduled in court for a bail review hearing today.His wife, Katanya Denise Davenport, 30, was pronounced dead of stab wounds about 5:50 p.m. Saturday, Baltimore County police said.
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By Jill Rosen, The Baltimore Sun | December 7, 2011
The Spain-based representative for an influential Baltimore wine reviewer defended himself Wednesday amid accusations that he asked wineries for money in exchange for a visit from the critic. The wine world has buzzed for days over news that respected oenophile Jay Miller, former co-owner of Bin 604 in Harbor East, had resigned from The Wine Advocate after accusations that his Spanish contact had strong-armed payments from local wineries in exchange for his visits. But Pancho Campo, president of a Spanish wine organization called The Wine Academy, told The Baltimore Sun on Wednesday that neither he nor Miller ever took money from a winery.
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By Jill Rosen, The Baltimore Sun | December 7, 2011
The accusations are swirling through the wine world faster than cabernet in a crystal goblet. A London wine blogger alleges that a Spanish contact for the esteemed Maryland-based publication The Wine Advocate asked wineries for money in exchange for a visit from one of the publication's longtime reviewers. That would be Jay Miller, a noted oenophile and former co-owner of Bin 604 in Harbor East. He stepped down this week from The Wine Advocate, which is run by Robert M. Parker Jr. from his home base in northern Baltimore County.
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By Scott Calvert, The Baltimore Sun | November 15, 2010
Under pressure from state regulators, Baltimore Behavioral Health Inc. has shaken up its corporate structure by taking away the voting rights of six family members who have long sat on the nonprofit mental health clinic's eight-seat board of directors. The board will now have just four voting members, led by Towson lawyer John E. Sibrea as its new president, and two other newcomers. Only Terry T. Brown, a longtime BBH vice president, will retain his voting seat. Two stalwarts of the organization will stay on the board in a nonvoting capacity: Morris A. Hill, who founded BBH in 1997, and his stepson, William "Kris" Hathaway, the nonprofit's chief executive.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 7, 2005
Hammond junior Vince Taweel was his wrestling team in microcosm last night against visiting Atholton. Like the defending Class 2A-1A state dual meet champion Bears, whose lineup is considered weaker than last year's, Taweel, a slender, two-time defending state titlist, seemed vulnerable -- even favoring a sore ankle during his match with muscular senior Teddy Johnson. But when the time came to pounce, experience took over: Taweel uncoiled from Johnson's grip on the ailing foot, wrapped him in a cradle pinning hold and finished Johnson off at 3:16 of their 140-pound bout.
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January 13, 2005
On January 9, 2005 IONA MAE BUCK (nee Miller); beloved wife of the late John R. Buck, died after an extended illness at the home of their son, Victor R. Buck and wife Vianey, in El Paso, TX. She is also survived by a daughter, Stephanie L. Whitenak and husband Donald of Baltimore, MD; two brothers, Jay Miller of Montana and Milton Miller of Oregon; a sister, Jo Ellen Thorn of S.C.; Six grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. She was preceded in death by a sister, Colette. Private Services will be held Friday, January 14, at Baltimore National Cemetery.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | September 11, 1999
Edward Judson "Jay" Miller III, longtime Baltimore County police spokesman, died yesterday of cardiac and respiratory failure at the Johns Hopkins Bayview Medical Center. The Timonium resident and former News American reporter was 71.Known to several generations of local reporters as E. Jay Miller, Mr. Miller was the amiable director of the Baltimore County Police Department's Office of Public Information from 1977 and until his retirement in 1995."I was blessed having Jay Miller as part of my management team," said said former Baltimore County Police Chief Corneilus J. Behan.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Jill Rosen, The Baltimore Sun | December 7, 2011
The accusations are swirling through the wine world faster than cabernet in a crystal goblet. A London wine blogger alleges that a Spanish contact for the esteemed Maryland-based publication The Wine Advocate asked wineries for money in exchange for a visit from one of the publication's longtime reviewers. That would be Jay Miller, a noted oenophile and former co-owner of Bin 604 in Harbor East. He stepped down this week from The Wine Advocate, which is run by Robert M. Parker Jr. from his home base in northern Baltimore County.
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