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By Caitlin Francke and Caitlin Francke,SUN STAFF | April 5, 2000
They share the same name, the same DNA, and, until yesterday, they shared a crime that only one of them committed. A father and son, both named Gregory W. Kasey Jr., ended up in a judicial tangle that the presiding judge in Baltimore Circuit Court called "one of the biggest messes I've ever seen." It started out as a routine allegation that Gregory Kasey Jr., 20, had violated his probation. But after five court dates stretched over five months, Gregory Kasey Jr., 41, the defendant's father, pleaded guilty.
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By Katherine Dunn, The Baltimore Sun | May 23, 2013
When the call came from Maryland coach Cathy Reese, Kasey Howard was sitting in senior English class at Broadneck High pretty well convinced her days as a lacrosse goalie were just about over. Howard, who led Anne Arundel County in save percentage her last two seasons at Broadneck, figured she wasn't meant to be a college athlete when things didn't work out with another Division I program. Instead, she would go to Maryland for the education. Then her cell phone rang with an opportunity Howard had never imagined.
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By Laurie Willis and Laurie Willis,SUN STAFF | April 26, 2001
Mauled by a pit bull, 7-year-old Kasey Eyring is paying an emotional and physical price for the January attack. Now, a local boxing trainer is soliciting public support for helping the girl's Pasadena family with other costs, including growing medical bills. On May 10, Mack Lewis - who trained new world heavyweight boxing champion Hasim "Rock" Rahman - is sponsoring an Amateur Boxing Show in Southeast Baltimore to raise money for Kasey's family. "When I saw the story in the paper about the child, I thought to myself, `What they're going to need is money to take care of this child's medical expenses,'" said Lewis, 82. So the man who has trained Baltimore boxers for more than five decades hopes to help knock down the family's medical expenses.
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By Michael Dresser, The Baltimore Sun | October 9, 2011
Linda Barnes spends a good chunk of her life at the state Motor Vehicle Administration's office in Essex - far too much, in her view. "I wait 21/2 hours sometimes. There are days when it's been three hours," said the auto title agent from Perry Hall. Barnes' perception that the Essex MVA is particularly slow is validated by cold, hard statistics. According to data posted online under Gov. Martin O'Malley's StateStat program, that office is the slowest in the MVA system, with an average customer spending just over 40 minutes to wait in line and complete a transaction.
NEWS
May 7, 2001
THEY'RE VERITABLE assault weapons, often meant to inflict serious injury or death. But these bullying animals don't need a reason to attack. They do it by nature and by inhumane training. We're talking about pit bulls, of course, vicious dogs that increasingly make city and suburban neighborhoods dangerous and scary places to live or play. The dogs are a menace and so are many of their owners. One ought to be eliminated; the other policed. In Harford County recently, a gun battle ensued over a dog deal gone bad. It happened outside a motel.
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By Todd Richissin and Todd Richissin,SUN STAFF | January 13, 2001
A 7-year-old girl visiting her grandparents in Southwest Baltimore was mauled last night by a pit bull as family and frantic neighbors tried to force the dog to loosen its grip, city police and witnesses said. The girl, Kasey Eyring, was taken by ambulance to Maryland Shock Trauma Center at University Hospital. The youngster was listed last night in serious condition with severe bites to her face and buttocks, according to a hospital spokeswoman. Her injuries are not believed to be life-threatening.
FEATURES
By Tanika White and Tanika White,SUN REPORTER | October 10, 2006
Baltimore sisters Kelly and Kasey Evick smell like an intoxicating mix of eucalyptus and peppermint, and a bit of lavender. The earthy aroma they exude comes naturally after working 12-hour days in their Gambrills "Lather Lab," where they make natural soaps, bath soaks, lip balms and moisturizers. "What we make is true, real soap," says Kelly Evick, who with her sister started Biggs & Featherbelle three and a half years ago. "It's a lot gentler on the skin." They're in the lab seven days a week, mixing, churning, shaping and curing.
SPORTS
By ED HINTON and ED HINTON,ORLANDO SENTINEL | June 19, 2006
BROOKLYN, Mich. -- Kasey Kahne had been winning big on his newfound patience this year. Yesterday, he spiked it with some of his old impatience, and won again. Kahne started on the pole in the 3M Performance 400 but fell back to 38th, one lap down, with an early overheating problem caused by debris on the grille of his Dodge. With a methodical sense of urgency, he worked his way back to regain the lead just past the halfway point. While he was up front, rain shortened the race from 200 to 129 laps, and left him in Victory Lane at Michigan International Speedway.
NEWS
By Michael Dresser, The Baltimore Sun | October 9, 2011
Linda Barnes spends a good chunk of her life at the state Motor Vehicle Administration's office in Essex - far too much, in her view. "I wait 21/2 hours sometimes. There are days when it's been three hours," said the auto title agent from Perry Hall. Barnes' perception that the Essex MVA is particularly slow is validated by cold, hard statistics. According to data posted online under Gov. Martin O'Malley's StateStat program, that office is the slowest in the MVA system, with an average customer spending just over 40 minutes to wait in line and complete a transaction.
SPORTS
By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | May 15, 2005
RICHMOND, Va. - Second-year Nextel Cup driver Kasey Kahne, 25, told a television audience during the pre-race show for NASCAR's Chevy American Revolution 400 at Richmond International Raceway that the thing that makes him most nervous is a first date. But Kahne, who produced his first career Cup victory last night - a 1.674-second win over Tony Stewart - said he is rethinking that. "I used to be a lot shyer," Kahne said. "Tonight, knowing I had a great car, that Tony Stewart was on my heels and knowing what happened so many times before - I was definitely nervous."
SPORTS
By George Diaz, Tribune newspapers | August 11, 2010
After a bit of negotiating, Kasey Kahne will join the Red Bull Racing team in 2011. He will spend one season there before moving to Hendrick Motorsports. "This opportunity places me with an established, competitive team that has proven they can win races and make the Chase," Kahne told reporters on Tuesday. "The opportunity to drive for Red Bull Racing Team in 2011 is a great fit for me, both personally and professionally. "It feels good to be able to finally put this to rest and focus my energy on finishing the season strong for the 9 team and our sponsors.
NEWS
January 26, 2010
On January 20, 2010 DESKTER KASEY, SR. loving husband of Daisey Kasey. Friends may visit the family owned MARCH FUNERAL HOME WEST, 4300 Wabash Avenue on Wednesday after 9 where family will receive friends on Thursday 11:30 followed by funeral services at 12.
FEATURES
By Tanika White and Tanika White,SUN REPORTER | October 10, 2006
Baltimore sisters Kelly and Kasey Evick smell like an intoxicating mix of eucalyptus and peppermint, and a bit of lavender. The earthy aroma they exude comes naturally after working 12-hour days in their Gambrills "Lather Lab," where they make natural soaps, bath soaks, lip balms and moisturizers. "What we make is true, real soap," says Kelly Evick, who with her sister started Biggs & Featherbelle three and a half years ago. "It's a lot gentler on the skin." They're in the lab seven days a week, mixing, churning, shaping and curing.
SPORTS
By ED HINTON and ED HINTON,ORLANDO SENTINEL | June 19, 2006
BROOKLYN, Mich. -- Kasey Kahne had been winning big on his newfound patience this year. Yesterday, he spiked it with some of his old impatience, and won again. Kahne started on the pole in the 3M Performance 400 but fell back to 38th, one lap down, with an early overheating problem caused by debris on the grille of his Dodge. With a methodical sense of urgency, he worked his way back to regain the lead just past the halfway point. While he was up front, rain shortened the race from 200 to 129 laps, and left him in Victory Lane at Michigan International Speedway.
SPORTS
By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,SUN STAFF | May 15, 2005
RICHMOND, Va. - Second-year Nextel Cup driver Kasey Kahne, 25, told a television audience during the pre-race show for NASCAR's Chevy American Revolution 400 at Richmond International Raceway that the thing that makes him most nervous is a first date. But Kahne, who produced his first career Cup victory last night - a 1.674-second win over Tony Stewart - said he is rethinking that. "I used to be a lot shyer," Kahne said. "Tonight, knowing I had a great car, that Tony Stewart was on my heels and knowing what happened so many times before - I was definitely nervous."
ENTERTAINMENT
By Robert Hilburn and Robert Hilburn,Special to the Sun | April 7, 2002
HOLLYWOOD -- Kasey Chambers is the ultimate in cool on the cover of her new album Barricades & Brickwalls. Staring seductively at the camera as she walks down the street dangling a guitar in hand, she looks like the maverick love child of Steve Earle and Lucinda Williams. The Australian singer-songwriter brings the character and independence of that pairing to the album's defiant title track -- a rowdy, feminist declaration that runs counter to all the helpless waif songs in pop music.
NEWS
January 26, 2010
On January 20, 2010 DESKTER KASEY, SR. loving husband of Daisey Kasey. Friends may visit the family owned MARCH FUNERAL HOME WEST, 4300 Wabash Avenue on Wednesday after 9 where family will receive friends on Thursday 11:30 followed by funeral services at 12.
SPORTS
By George Diaz, Tribune newspapers | August 11, 2010
After a bit of negotiating, Kasey Kahne will join the Red Bull Racing team in 2011. He will spend one season there before moving to Hendrick Motorsports. "This opportunity places me with an established, competitive team that has proven they can win races and make the Chase," Kahne told reporters on Tuesday. "The opportunity to drive for Red Bull Racing Team in 2011 is a great fit for me, both personally and professionally. "It feels good to be able to finally put this to rest and focus my energy on finishing the season strong for the 9 team and our sponsors.
NEWS
May 7, 2001
THEY'RE VERITABLE assault weapons, often meant to inflict serious injury or death. But these bullying animals don't need a reason to attack. They do it by nature and by inhumane training. We're talking about pit bulls, of course, vicious dogs that increasingly make city and suburban neighborhoods dangerous and scary places to live or play. The dogs are a menace and so are many of their owners. One ought to be eliminated; the other policed. In Harford County recently, a gun battle ensued over a dog deal gone bad. It happened outside a motel.
NEWS
By Laurie Willis and Laurie Willis,SUN STAFF | April 26, 2001
Mauled by a pit bull, 7-year-old Kasey Eyring is paying an emotional and physical price for the January attack. Now, a local boxing trainer is soliciting public support for helping the girl's Pasadena family with other costs, including growing medical bills. On May 10, Mack Lewis - who trained new world heavyweight boxing champion Hasim "Rock" Rahman - is sponsoring an Amateur Boxing Show in Southeast Baltimore to raise money for Kasey's family. "When I saw the story in the paper about the child, I thought to myself, `What they're going to need is money to take care of this child's medical expenses,'" said Lewis, 82. So the man who has trained Baltimore boxers for more than five decades hopes to help knock down the family's medical expenses.
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