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June 14, 2002
Virginia Lee Berlau, a homemaker and nursery school teacher, died Tuesday of a brain tumor at her Timonium home. She was 64. A member of Timonium United Methodist Church, she taught in its nursery school for 15 years and its Sunday school for 22 years. She was also active in its Women's Circle. Born in Baltimore and raised in Rosedale, the former Virginia Lee Canapp was a 1956 graduate of Kenwood High School. She attended the Patricia Stevens Finishing School. She enjoyed watching Orioles baseball, Ravens football and University of Maryland basketball games.
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By Edward Gunts, The Baltimore Sun | August 22, 2012
Two teenagers from Baltimore County were killed and another was critically injured in a single-car accident early Wednesday in Bowleys Quarters, according to county police. Alejandro Santiago Wine, 17, of the 300 block of Townsend Road, who was the driver, and Ryan James Boothe, 17, of the 400 block of Wolfe St., a passenger in the front seat, were killed, police said. John Robert Morris III, 17, of the first block of Plateau Road, was injured. All three were students at Kenwood High School in Essex.
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July 2, 2000
John W. Patterson Jr., 74, lacrosse star, coach John W. Patterson Jr., a lacrosse star who coached at Kenwood High School and was elected to the Lacrosse Hall of Fame, died Monday of leukemia at Mount St. Mary's Hospital in Lewiston, N.Y. He was 74 and lived in Sanborn, N.Y. Mr. Patterson, a defense and attackman who was a member of the All-New England team in 1950 and 1951, came to Baltimore in 1951 to coach at Sollers Point High School after earning...
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February 26, 2008
SAM BAKER, longtime resident of Middle River, died on Monday, February 25, at Franklin Square Hospital in Baltimore County of pneumonia. He was ninety-three years old. Upon the death of his father, Harry Baker, in 1934, he, with his mother and older sister, took over the operation of the father's several different businesses. These included a coal yard, a feed shed to dispense feed to several domesticated fowl such as chickens, ducks and turkeys and a grocery store that also sold such dry goods as workman's gloves, pants, shirts and overalls.
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February 26, 2008
SAM BAKER, longtime resident of Middle River, died on Monday, February 25, at Franklin Square Hospital in Baltimore County of pneumonia. He was ninety-three years old. Upon the death of his father, Harry Baker, in 1934, he, with his mother and older sister, took over the operation of the father's several different businesses. These included a coal yard, a feed shed to dispense feed to several domesticated fowl such as chickens, ducks and turkeys and a grocery store that also sold such dry goods as workman's gloves, pants, shirts and overalls.
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September 13, 2002
Patricia Freed, a retired elementary school teacher, died of cancer Monday at her Cub Hill home. She was 65. She taught at Baltimore County's Elmwood Elementary School and St. James Lutheran Day School, both in Overlea, and taught remedial reading at the independent Odyssey School in Baltimore, which specializes in children with learning disabilities. She also did private tutoring. Born Patricia Allyn Hovis in Gastonia, N.C., and raised in Middle River, she was a 1954 graduate of Kenwood High School.
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By Nora Frenkiel | September 11, 1990
Twenty pre-kindergarten students arrived at Thomas Jefferson Elementary School in West Baltimore yesterday for their fourth day of school, expecting a fourth day of watercolors, stories and play time.But instead of being greeted by their teacher, Katherine Dwyer, they were met by two crisis intervention counselors who explained why their teacher wasn't there."When is she coming back?" one 4-year-old boy asked. "Is she going to be fine?"Crisis intervention teams in the last week have visited both Jefferson Elementary and Kenwood High School in Essex to help students cope with the violence that has touched their schools and the shock, intense anger, sadness and anxiety that they may be feeling.
NEWS
April 20, 2004
End of program deals big blow to Md. schools Thanks to the failure of the legislature to address problems of implementation of Maryland's retire-rehire policy in a timely manner, Maryland's education crisis has taken yet another ugly turn. Hundreds of teachers and administrators, the best of the best, will be leaving our schools at the end of this school year because they no longer can be paid ("Maryland's use of retired teachers nears an end," April 14). The inaction by the legislature will have a devastating impact on schools in Maryland.
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | March 10, 2000
He seemed to like fast cars, water sports and younger women. But Joseph C. Palczynski also has a violent streak that has made him a dangerous man to the women he's dated. As the search for Palczynski continued last night in the wake of a rampage that has left four people dead, friends and acquaintances in the Bowleys Quarters area where he grew up described him as a "Jekyll and Hyde" who could easily attract women but turned on them with fury when they tried to get away from him. "What sets him off is if somebody doesn't want to see him anymore," said Connie Osborne, whose 17-year-old daughter dated Palczynski, who at the time was 27, for about a year in 1995.
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By C. Fraser Smith and C. Fraser Smith,SUN STAFF | April 24, 1997
The official start of the 1998 race for governor of Maryland lies more than a year in the future, the competitors only guesses, but the incumbent is speeding the length and breadth of the state with the energy of a driven man down in the polls.Carefully scheduled and equipped with everything but campaign buttons and bumper stickers, Gov. Parris N. Glendening is targeting factories, vocational schools, biotechnology research centers, military bases, warehouses, subway stops and state service outlets.
NEWS
April 20, 2004
End of program deals big blow to Md. schools Thanks to the failure of the legislature to address problems of implementation of Maryland's retire-rehire policy in a timely manner, Maryland's education crisis has taken yet another ugly turn. Hundreds of teachers and administrators, the best of the best, will be leaving our schools at the end of this school year because they no longer can be paid ("Maryland's use of retired teachers nears an end," April 14). The inaction by the legislature will have a devastating impact on schools in Maryland.
NEWS
By Joe Nawrozki and Joe Nawrozki,SUN STAFF | August 18, 2003
Every two months, they come from Baltimore-area neighborhoods, the Eastern Shore and Virginia to sustain two treasures - their youth and enduring friendship. On this steamy summer day, the rugged platoon shows up once more, some using canes, one with a hearing aid but everybody with an attitude that seems to shout, "Ain't life grand!" The surviving members of Kenwood High School's Class of 1941, bonded by hardships from the Great Depression and World War II, gather at Sanders' Corner Restaurant in the Loch Raven watershed.
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By Jonathan D. Rockoff and Jonathan D. Rockoff,SUN STAFF | September 25, 2002
A 16-year-old student at Kenwood High School who refused to dissect a cat was forced to abandon her honors anatomy and physiology class Monday, even though her mother offered to buy a computer alternative. Jennifer Watson, an A student from Essex who cares for a pet cat named Fluffy, resisted dissection as inhumane. The girl wanted to remain in the class, and her mother proposed buying software for performing simulated dissections on the computer, according to the girl and her mother, Maria Watson.
NEWS
September 13, 2002
Patricia Freed, a retired elementary school teacher, died of cancer Monday at her Cub Hill home. She was 65. She taught at Baltimore County's Elmwood Elementary School and St. James Lutheran Day School, both in Overlea, and taught remedial reading at the independent Odyssey School in Baltimore, which specializes in children with learning disabilities. She also did private tutoring. Born Patricia Allyn Hovis in Gastonia, N.C., and raised in Middle River, she was a 1954 graduate of Kenwood High School.
NEWS
June 14, 2002
Virginia Lee Berlau, a homemaker and nursery school teacher, died Tuesday of a brain tumor at her Timonium home. She was 64. A member of Timonium United Methodist Church, she taught in its nursery school for 15 years and its Sunday school for 22 years. She was also active in its Women's Circle. Born in Baltimore and raised in Rosedale, the former Virginia Lee Canapp was a 1956 graduate of Kenwood High School. She attended the Patricia Stevens Finishing School. She enjoyed watching Orioles baseball, Ravens football and University of Maryland basketball games.
NEWS
July 2, 2000
John W. Patterson Jr., 74, lacrosse star, coach John W. Patterson Jr., a lacrosse star who coached at Kenwood High School and was elected to the Lacrosse Hall of Fame, died Monday of leukemia at Mount St. Mary's Hospital in Lewiston, N.Y. He was 74 and lived in Sanborn, N.Y. Mr. Patterson, a defense and attackman who was a member of the All-New England team in 1950 and 1951, came to Baltimore in 1951 to coach at Sollers Point High School after earning...
NEWS
By Mary Maushard and Mary Maushard,Staff Writer Staff writers Laura Lippman and Mark Bomster contributed to this article | December 16, 1992
Kenwood High School wants to keep teen-age mothers from dropping out -- by caring for their babies.When the school's new day care center opens in January, it will be the first of its kind in Baltimore County -- and officials hope it will be a national model for dealing with the myriad problems of teen-age motherhood.The center will be able to care for as many as 12 children up to 2 years old. The babies will get medical attention, and their young mothers will learn how to care for them and feed them.
NEWS
By Edward Gunts, The Baltimore Sun | August 22, 2012
Two teenagers from Baltimore County were killed and another was critically injured in a single-car accident early Wednesday in Bowleys Quarters, according to county police. Alejandro Santiago Wine, 17, of the 300 block of Townsend Road, who was the driver, and Ryan James Boothe, 17, of the 400 block of Wolfe St., a passenger in the front seat, were killed, police said. John Robert Morris III, 17, of the first block of Plateau Road, was injured. All three were students at Kenwood High School in Essex.
NEWS
By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | March 10, 2000
He seemed to like fast cars, water sports and younger women. But Joseph C. Palczynski also has a violent streak that has made him a dangerous man to the women he's dated. As the search for Palczynski continued last night in the wake of a rampage that has left four people dead, friends and acquaintances in the Bowleys Quarters area where he grew up described him as a "Jekyll and Hyde" who could easily attract women but turned on them with fury when they tried to get away from him. "What sets him off is if somebody doesn't want to see him anymore," said Connie Osborne, whose 17-year-old daughter dated Palczynski, who at the time was 27, for about a year in 1995.
NEWS
By C. Fraser Smith and C. Fraser Smith,SUN STAFF | April 24, 1997
The official start of the 1998 race for governor of Maryland lies more than a year in the future, the competitors only guesses, but the incumbent is speeding the length and breadth of the state with the energy of a driven man down in the polls.Carefully scheduled and equipped with everything but campaign buttons and bumper stickers, Gov. Parris N. Glendening is targeting factories, vocational schools, biotechnology research centers, military bases, warehouses, subway stops and state service outlets.
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