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May 27, 1999
Westminster High School has announced its honor roll for the third quarter of the 1998-1999 academic year.Students earning all A's on their report card are:Ninth grade: Adam Auerback, Nicole Biden, Katherine Bucy, Edward Bubert, James Cole Jr., Kelly Cooper, Katherine DellaDonna, Mark Foley Jr., Lisa Forton, Michelle Frock, Nicole Graham, Paul Guevara, Jessica Hall, Jonathan Hively, Karen Klima, Lindsey Ludwigsen, Donald Meyers III, Johanna O'Connell, Erik...
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May 27, 1999
Westminster High School has announced its honor roll for the third quarter of the 1998-1999 academic year.Students earning all A's on their report card are:Ninth grade: Adam Auerback, Nicole Biden, Katherine Bucy, Edward Bubert, James Cole Jr., Kelly Cooper, Katherine DellaDonna, Mark Foley Jr., Lisa Forton, Michelle Frock, Nicole Graham, Paul Guevara, Jessica Hall, Jonathan Hively, Karen Klima, Lindsey Ludwigsen, Donald Meyers III, Johanna O'Connell, Erik...
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SPORTS
By Michael Reeb and Michael Reeb,Sun Staff Writer | March 7, 1995
The early-year marathon season kicked into high gear over the weekend with the Renaissance AllSports Athletic Club's Last Train to Boston Marathon and the Annapolis Striders' B&A Trail Marathon.Jack Davidson, an Air Force major from Norfolk, Va., won Saturday's Last Train in 2 hours, 55 minutes, 55 seconds. It was his first marathon. Margaret Starnes won the women's division in 3:14:11.Mark Jones successfully defended his title in the fourth annual B&A Trail Marathon on Sunday with a 2:39:06 finish.
SPORTS
By Michael Reeb and Michael Reeb,Sun Staff Writer | March 7, 1995
The early-year marathon season kicked into high gear over the weekend with the Renaissance AllSports Athletic Club's Last Train to Boston Marathon and the Annapolis Striders' B&A Trail Marathon.Jack Davidson, an Air Force major from Norfolk, Va., won Saturday's Last Train in 2 hours, 55 minutes, 55 seconds. It was his first marathon. Margaret Starnes won the women's division in 3:14:11.Mark Jones successfully defended his title in the fourth annual B&A Trail Marathon on Sunday with a 2:39:06 finish.
NEWS
By David L. Greene and David L. Greene,SUN STAFF | August 1, 1999
A Baltimore County judge has decided there is enough reason to let a defamation suit against top Carroll County school officials move forward.The lawsuit, filed in April by James W. Ancel -- a Towson contractor who was hired to build Cranberry Station Elementary School in Westminster -- alleges Superintendent William H. Hyde, Assistant Superintendent Vernon F. Smith Jr. and school board attorney Louis J. Kozlakowski harmed his reputation by saying that...
SPORTS
By Michael Reeb and Michael Reeb,Sun Staff Writer | April 12, 1994
Forget, for a moment, that the Orioles are off to a 4-2 start.Forget that Mike Mussina carried a two-hitter through eight innings of the opener.Forget that Rafael Palmeiro hit three homers in his first six regular-season games with the Orioles.For runners, baseball officially doesn't get under way until the Oriole Advocates have run their 8K Home Run, and that doesn't happen until Saturday.In past seasons -- three years at Memorial Stadium and two at Oriole Park -- the Home Run preceded the home opener by a day, but this season, the 8K was pushed back two weeks.
BUSINESS
By Hanah Cho and Hanah Cho,Sun Columnist | January 17, 2007
Think of a resume as a personal advertisement, where you're trying to sell yourself to a prospective match. A resume should stand out to a hiring manager who's looking for the right person for a company. This is especially important in a competitive job market. Recruiting experts say hiring managers have at most 45 seconds to scan each of the countless resumes they receive. In fact, 27 percent of human resources managers say they get on average more than 50 resumes for each open position, according to a survey released last week by Careerbuilder.
NEWS
By Melinda Rice and Melinda Rice,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | December 7, 1998
HOLIDAY NEWS abounds this week. That's no news flash, but you may find a Yuletide gem among these offerings.Christmas brunchThe Shady Side Rural Heritage Society continues a south county holiday tradition with its Christmas brunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday.Admission is $12.50 per person, and reservations are suggested.Information: 410-867-2866.Party, membership driveCarolyn Middleton of Davidsonville will be the hostess for a Christmas party and membership drive for the Republican Women of Anne Arundel County at 11: 30 a.m. Dec. 16 at her home.
FEATURES
April 5, 1992
Mary Jo Geyer, a junior at Washington and Lee University, has been elected into membership in the university's Gamma ofVirginia chapter of Phi Beta Kappa.*Two senior students at Notre Dame Preparatory School have been listed as finalists in national scholarship competitions. Jessica Lang was named finalist in the 1992 National Merit Scholarship Competition; Michele Marshall is a finalist in the 1992 National Achievement Scholarship Program for Outstanding Negro Students.*Donna Pond, a student at the University of Baltimore School of Law, won best oralist at the fourth National Environmental Law Moot Court Competition.
NEWS
By Douglas Lamborne and Douglas Lamborne,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 3, 2000
ONE OF THE entrances to Annapolis has been under surveillance for several months now by a squadron of vultures hovering and hanging around Aris T. Allen Boulevard. We can only speculate what their presence between Route 2 and Chinquapin Round Road symbolizes. We can guess where the hot air they thrive on comes from, Annapolis being a capital city with not one, but three, governments. Glenn Therres, a biologist with the Department of Natural Resources who specializes in endangered species and nongame wildlife, said they can be one of two types of birds, the turkey vulture or the black vulture.
BUSINESS
By Molly Selvin and Molly Selvin,Los Angeles Times | September 14, 2006
You don't need to play golf with the boss to get a raise. Just share a beer with her. Drawing on a large national data set, two economists argue in a study to be released today that social drinkers tend to have more charisma, a fatter Rolodex and more friends than those who abstain or drink alone. That garrulousness, they say, translates into higher income - 10 percent more for men and 14 percent more for women. The research, published by the libertarian Reason Foundation, based in Los Angeles, and the Journal of Labor Research, takes aim at efforts in several communities to crack down on college binge drinking as well as proposals to raise alcohol taxes.
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