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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | September 4, 2014
The Orioles announced their organizational minor league player and pitcher of the year award winners Thursday. And while neither player started the season among the team's top 10 prospects, both worked their way to the doorstep of the major leagues with breakout years. First baseman Christian Walker was named the team's Brooks Robinson Player of the Year, while right-hander Tyler Wilson is the Jim Palmer Pitcher of the Year recipient. Walker, the Orioles' fourth-round selection from the University of South Carolina in 2012, hit .288/.357/.489 with 26 home runs and 96 RBIs in 139 games between Double-A Bowie and Triple-A Norfolk this season.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | September 4, 2014
The Orioles announced their organizational minor league player and pitcher of the year award winners Thursday. And while neither player started the season among the team's top 10 prospects, both worked their way to the doorstep of the major leagues with breakout years. First baseman Christian Walker was named the team's Brooks Robinson Player of the Year, while right-hander Tyler Wilson is the Jim Palmer Pitcher of the Year recipient. Walker, the Orioles' fourth-round selection from the University of South Carolina in 2012, hit .288/.357/.489 with 26 home runs and 96 RBIs in 139 games between Double-A Bowie and Triple-A Norfolk this season.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | June 10, 2012
The Cardinal Gibbons High School class of 1972 thought about canceling its 40th reunion after learning of the sudden loss of the man who organized the event. Instead, they picked up where Stephen J. Hughes left off and turned the gathering Sunday into a tribute to the man who touched so many lives. On June 4, Hughes, 57, a prominent Towson attorney and longtime Catonsville resident, died in a car crash in Oxford, England, that also killed his two sons-in-law, Gregory Brooks, 39, a graphic designer from Catonsville, and Andrew Pain, 31, of London.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | June 10, 2012
The Cardinal Gibbons High School class of 1972 thought about canceling its 40th reunion after learning of the sudden loss of the man who organized the event. Instead, they picked up where Stephen J. Hughes left off and turned the gathering Sunday into a tribute to the man who touched so many lives. On June 4, Hughes, 57, a prominent Towson attorney and longtime Catonsville resident, died in a car crash in Oxford, England, that also killed his two sons-in-law, Gregory Brooks, 39, a graphic designer from Catonsville, and Andrew Pain, 31, of London.
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Letter to The Aegis | April 20, 2012
Editor: I am a resident of Harford County who has just finished reading the article "Harford County officials push for county business loan fund," in your April 13 edition. You quoted Economic Development Director [Jim] Richardson, as saying that Harford County could be the, "New Silicon Valley. " Other than the fact that a handful of developers and politicians would make a ton of money, why in the world would anyone want to transform a beautiful county into a network of congested roads, shopping centers, office buildings, housing developments, higher crime rate, overcrowded schools and probably higher taxes!
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By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | May 27, 2010
Defense contractor Science Applications International Corp. said it is laying off about 35 people in its Aberdeen and Edgewood offices as part of a restructuring that will eliminate 60 jobs across the country. The cuts, to SAIC's Infrastructure, Logistics & Product Solutions Group, are "part of ongoing efforts to more strategically align business capabilities and achieve efficient, cost-effective business services to better serve customers," said spokeswoman Melissa Koskovich.
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By Baltimoresun.com Staff and Baltimoresun.com Staff,SPECIAL TO BALTIMORESUN.COM | November 23, 2004
The Baltimore Orioles have named Alan Marr to the position of national cross-checker, the team announced today in a news release. Marr comes to the organization from the San Francisco Giants, where he served as the East Coast cross-checker for the last five years. Marr spent the past 24 seasons in the Giants' organization as a player, coach or scout. Additionally, Orioles scouting director Joe Jordan hired three new scouts to his staff. Jim Richardson will be the Orioles' scout in North Texas, Oklahoma and Kansas.
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By DON VITEK | April 10, 1994
Jim Richardson of Bel Air started bowling after he graduated from Bel Air High School when his aunt, Pat Gullion, needed a sub and asked him to bowl in her Thursday night league."
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By Donald G. Vitek | June 9, 1991
Ginny and Kris Courtney and Larry and Billy O'Patterson were bowlingunder conditions different from their home lanes last Sunday -- but it didn't hurt their games one bit.They competed in the National Family Bowling tournament, sponsored by the Bowling Proprietors of America Association at the Thunderhead Taneytown lanes.The winners, of course, fly to Dallas for the August finals, all expenses paid.Ginny, a coach for the Saturday morning youth leagues at Bel Air Bowl, along with her son, Kris, 15, won the Junior Division, while Larry O'Patterson and his son, Bill, 17, won the Major Division.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | September 13, 2013
Boulevard at Box Hill, off I-95 in Abingdon and serving more than 250,000 residents from Harford and Cecil counties, southern Pennsylvania and northern Baltimore County, will hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony to unveil its newest merchants on Saturday, Sept. 14. Additionally, Boulevard at Box Hill and its merchants will celebrate the selection of Race Against Abuse of Children Everywhere (RAACE) as its first charity partner. To begin raising awareness and support, as well as to celebrate the kick-off of the new charity partnership, Boulevard at Box Hill will also have a Ravens Pep Rally on the same day as the ribbon-cutting with all the proceeds benefiting RAACE.
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AEGIS STAFF REPORT | April 8, 2013
Executives from APG Federal Credit Union (APGFCU), Harford County officials and local dignitaries celebrated the opening of the new Fallston branch, at 210 Mountain Road in Fallston, March 15 with a ribbon-cutting ceremony at the credit union's 11th branch. In attendance were Mary Chance, director of administration; Harford County; Jim Richardson, director, Harford County Office of Economic Development; Jackie Euler, owner of Aumar Village LLC; Jeanette Lucas, director, Aberdeen Chamber of Commerce; Christine Sullivan, director, administration and finance, Harford County Chamber of Commerce; David Gilbert, APGFCU chairman; William Schultheis, APGFCU executive vice president; and representatives of Frederick Ward Associates, Paul Risk Associates and local business owners.
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By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | June 30, 2001
John Rudolph shot a 3-under-par 68 to take a two-stroke lead after the first round of the annual Maryland Amateur Stroke Play championship at Mount Pleasant Golf Course yesterday. Rudolph, who plays out of Geneva Farms in Street, dominated the 150-player field, as he had no 5s on his card (he birdied the two par 5s, No. 1 and No. 10), and closed with a birdie at the 18th to complete a bogey-free round that was as hot as the weather over the 6,726-yard course. Paul Steinhardt had all four of his birdies on the front nine in shooting 70, while Jim Winner turned in a 1-under 35, then had two birdies and two bogeys on the back nine to tie him at 70. Four players tied at 71, including Joe Records, who birdied the seventh, eighth and ninth holes, then gave them back for 71, and Tim Dilli, who hit a ball out of bounds at the 14th, then finished with four successive 3s (three of them birdies)
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