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By Sam Sessa, The Baltimore Sun | August 1, 2010
The British rock trio Keane performed and recorded in obscurity for years, but as soon as they released their debut album, "Hopes and Fears," they were stars. Based on songs like "Somewhere Only We Know" and "Everybody's Changing," some rock critics ranked Keane right up there with the Beatles and Oasis. Keane doesn't have a guitarist, which sets the trio apart from most mainstream rock bands. Instead, Tim Rice-Oxley's piano work and singer Tom Chaplin's soft, aching voice anchor most of Keane's music.
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Sports Digest | May 5, 2014
Skipper Brian Keane and the crew of Savasana finished first Sunday at the Sperry Top-Sider NOOD Regatta in Annapolis in the J/70 class, the regatta's most competitive field. As overall winners, the crew from Weston, Mass., earned an invitation to the Sperry Top-Sider NOOD Regatta Championship in October in the British Virgin Islands. Annapolis-area skippers who won their classes include Peter Rich (J-24), Will Crump / Marie Crump / Thomas Klok (J-80), Jerry Christofel / James Sagerholm (J-35)
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NEWS
November 23, 2004
On November 21 2004 ROBERT G. KEANE III; beloved son of Robert and Judith Keane Jr.; loving father of Emilie H. Keane; devoted brother of David M. Keane and his wife Heather and Michael P. Keane; loving grandson of Ethel R. Keane; devoted uncle of Lauren and Grant Keane; loving nephew of David and Nancy Imwold, loving great-nephew of Ruth F. Schaefer. Family will receive friends on Tuesday 7 to 9 P.M., with a prayer service at 8 P.M., at HARRY H. WITZKE'S FAMILY FUNERAL HOME INC., 4112 Old Columbia Pike Ellicott City.
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February 16, 2012
Danny Keane, Delaware, Sophomore, Elora, Ontario, midfielder With just five seconds left in overtime and the No. 16 Blue Hens tied at 10 with No. 17 Bucknell on Saturday, Keane took a pass from senior attackman Grant Kaleikau and fired it past Bison junior goalkeeper Kyle Feeney. The goal was the third of the game for Keane, who has scored seven times in two contests this season. Delaware, the two-time reigning Colonial Athletic Association tournament champion, has won its first two games and is tied with No. 6 North Carolina and No. 18 Ohio State for the best record in Division I.
NEWS
June 16, 2005
James I. Keane, a lawyer and former assistant Maryland attorney general, died of complications from lung cancer Friday at Inova Fairfax Hospital in Fairfax, Va. The former Dickeyville resident was 60. Born in Cheverly, he earned a bachelor's degree in history at Marquette University in Milwaukee and received his legal education at the Georgetown University Law Center. From 1968 to 1969, he was a law clerk for Judge J. Dudley Digges of the Maryland Court of Appeals. In 1972, he was appointed a Maryland assistant attorney general and worked on political corruption cases, including the bribery investigation of then-Vice President Spiro T. Agnew stemming from his years as Baltimore County executive.
BUSINESS
By Bill Atkinson | April 11, 1999
ANALYSTS are high on Keane Inc., a computer software consulting firm that solves Year 2000 computer glitches for other companies. Of the two dozen analysts who track Keane, 21 are advising investors to buy the stock, even though its shares have been punished, and trade at a mere $21.125, down from a high in July of $60.9375. But the Boston-based firm is about as good as it gets in the world of Year 2000 fix-it companies. Shares of these once high-flying operations have been trashed, and even the analysts are no longer excited about prospects for the industry.
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By Liz Atwood and Liz Atwood,liz.atwood@baltsun.com | February 23, 2009
Whooping cough sounds like one of those old-fashioned diseases that only the heroines of Victorian novels get. But whooping cough, or pertussis, is a serious and sometimes fatal illness that has been on the rise in the United States in recent years, says Virginia Keane, associate professor of pediatrics at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and president of the Maryland chapter of the Academy of Pediatrics. What is whooping cough? A bacterial infection caused by the bacteria Bordetella pertussis.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | October 24, 2003
Surprises ruled the day at the Howard County cross country championships. River Hill junior Nick Keane - whose previous best finish at the county championships was eighth - and Atholton freshman Alison Smith collected the individual titles, while an unheralded River Hill girls squad captured the team crown yesterday at Centennial's 3.1-mile course. As expected, the No. 4 Hawks boys squad took home the team championship for the fifth time in the last six years. The girls squad claimed its fourth title during that same span.
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October 5, 2007
85 Bil Keane Family Circus cartoonist 56 Karen Allen Actress 53 Bob Geldof Rock singer 32 Parminder Nagra Actress 32 Kate Winslet Actress
SPORTS
February 12, 2001
Hockey Blues: Activated D Sean Hill from IR. Rangers: Recalled F Tony Tuzzolino from AHL Hartford. Stars: Activated RW Mike Keane and RW Jamie Langenbrunner from IR.
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Sports Digest | November 26, 2011
College football Salisbury hosts Kean in playoff game today Salisbury will host Kean today at noon in an NCAA Division III second-round football playoff game. Tickets are $8 for general admission and $4 for children and students. There is no admission charge for children under 3. The Sea Gulls are 9-4-1 all-time against Kean, including shutout victories in the past two meetings in 2003 and 2004. Live stats, streaming video and streaming audio will be available on suseagulls.com.
EXPLORE
By Aegis staff report | May 31, 2011
Paul Magness of the department of parks and recreation and Bill McKean of the department of public works' capital projects division have earned green stars for this quarter for their integration of alternative energy into the roof replacement design at the barn at the Harford County Equestrian Center. The county government announced the recognition for the two veteran employees last week. In total, five solar powered roof ventilation fans were installed as part of the equestrian barn roof replacement.
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By Sam Sessa, The Baltimore Sun | August 1, 2010
The British rock trio Keane performed and recorded in obscurity for years, but as soon as they released their debut album, "Hopes and Fears," they were stars. Based on songs like "Somewhere Only We Know" and "Everybody's Changing," some rock critics ranked Keane right up there with the Beatles and Oasis. Keane doesn't have a guitarist, which sets the trio apart from most mainstream rock bands. Instead, Tim Rice-Oxley's piano work and singer Tom Chaplin's soft, aching voice anchor most of Keane's music.
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By Baltimore Sun staff | May 24, 2010
Alex Eliopoulos had a career-high 12 strikeouts and allowed only three hits in eight innings as the Johns Hopkins baseball team won the NCAA Division III Mid-Atlantic Regional championship with an 8-3 win over No. 13 Kean on Sunday afternoon. The Blue Jays will now compete at the College World Series in Grand Chute, Wis. The win was the 43rd of the season for Hopkins, compared with just five losses, breaking the school record for wins set by the 2008 NCAA runner-up squad. The Blue Jays set an NCAA tournament school record with nine stolen bases in the game.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen | February 6, 2010
Dennis J. Keane Jr., a retired Social Security Administration printer who had served in the Navy during World War II and Korea, died Monday of cancer at the Life Care Center of Punta Gorda, Fla. The former longtime Arbutus resident was 90. Mr. Keane, the son of a saloonkeeper and a homemaker, was born in County Cork, Ireland. He immigrated with his parents in the early 1930s to Boston, where they settled in the city's Charlestown neighborhood, near the Bunker Hill Monument.
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By Liz Atwood and Liz Atwood,liz.atwood@baltsun.com | February 23, 2009
Whooping cough sounds like one of those old-fashioned diseases that only the heroines of Victorian novels get. But whooping cough, or pertussis, is a serious and sometimes fatal illness that has been on the rise in the United States in recent years, says Virginia Keane, associate professor of pediatrics at the University of Maryland School of Medicine and president of the Maryland chapter of the Academy of Pediatrics. What is whooping cough? A bacterial infection caused by the bacteria Bordetella pertussis.
NEWS
May 26, 2008
THELMA KEANE, 82 Inspiration for mother in Family Circus Thelma Keane, the inspiration for the Mommy character in Family Circus, the comic created by her husband, Bil Keane, died Friday of Alzheimer's disease, her family said. Family Circus, which Mr. Keane began drawing in 1960, depicts the good-humored life of two parents and their four children. It is featured in about 1,500 newspapers. "She was the inspiration for all of my success," Mr. Keane, 85, told the Associated Press from his home in Paradise Valley, Ariz.
NEWS
March 2, 2005
On February 26, 2005 RUTH FRIEDA SCHAEFER; daughter of the late Emilie (nee Boeke) and Julius Wilhelm Schaefer; beloved sister of the late Elizabeth, Arthur, Amalia (Molly), Frederick, Marie, Anna Louise, William, Olga and Wilfred Julius; beloved Aunt of Judith Keane, David Imwold, Ruth, Frank, and Melvin Meyer, Anne Boddiford, John Mosmiller, Claire Moore, Richard and Carl Schaefer and the late William Schaefer, Jr., Leonard Green, Dorothy Waltz and the late Elizabeth (Toots) Roberts, Ethel Razac, Elanor Mersinger, Garland Green, Charles Green and Anna Green; beloved great-aunt of David and Michael Keane and the late Robert G. Keane, III and many great-great nieces and nephews.
NEWS
May 26, 2008
THELMA KEANE, 82 Inspiration for mother in Family Circus Thelma Keane, the inspiration for the Mommy character in Family Circus, the comic created by her husband, Bil Keane, died Friday of Alzheimer's disease, her family said. Family Circus, which Mr. Keane began drawing in 1960, depicts the good-humored life of two parents and their four children. It is featured in about 1,500 newspapers. "She was the inspiration for all of my success," Mr. Keane, 85, told the Associated Press from his home in Paradise Valley, Ariz.
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