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By Matthew Dolan and Matthew Dolan,sun reporter | November 3, 2006
Del. Kevin Kelly tried to help his ex-girlfriend last year when she fell under suspicion of stealing thousands of dollars from her school. The Allegany County Democrat confronted the county Board of Education about theft allegations he called bunk. He assembled a trove of documents about the case, capped with his own, 130-page treatise on why Diane L. McFarland, an elementary school principal in Western Maryland for 17 years, was innocent.
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By Carrie Wells and The Baltimore Sun | October 4, 2014
A man shot last month in East Baltimore died of his injuries this week, Baltimore police said Baltimore police identified the victim as Kevin Kelly, 27, of East Baltimore. He was shot last Sunday afternoon in the 2300 block of E. Oliver St. in the Broadway East neighborhood. There have been 165 homicides reported by Baltimore police so far this year. Police released no details on a possible motive, suspects, or circumstances of the crime and anyone with information regarding this incident call 410-396-2100.
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December 20, 2009
On December 13, 2009, VERNON KELLY loving husband of Wilma Kelly. Also survived by his loving children, Janet Stansberry and Kevin Kelly; 3 grandchildren, 1 great-grand- child; sister, Mary (Doris) Parker and brother Bernard Kelly. Friends may visit the family owned MARCH FUNERAL HOME, WEST, 4300 Wabash Avenue, on Sunday after 10 a.m. where family will receive friends from 2-4. Family will also receive friends on Monday at St. Cecelia Catholic Church, 3300 Clifton Avenue, at 10:30 followed by funeral service at 11:00.
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By Erin Cox, The Baltimore Sun | September 17, 2013
A state lawyer determined there was nothing illegal about Maryland State Police deploying dozens of state workers from other agencies to help claw through a backlog of more than 35,000 background checks for gun buyers. In a Monday "letter of advice" to Allegany County Del. Kevin Kelly, who questioned the legality of the move, a lawyer from the Maryland attorney general's office, wrote that no law prevents state workers from doing clerical work for another agency and state police did not violate a law requiring Maryland State Police to review and investigate applications to buy guns.
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By Carrie Wells and The Baltimore Sun | October 4, 2014
A man shot last month in East Baltimore died of his injuries this week, Baltimore police said Baltimore police identified the victim as Kevin Kelly, 27, of East Baltimore. He was shot last Sunday afternoon in the 2300 block of E. Oliver St. in the Broadway East neighborhood. There have been 165 homicides reported by Baltimore police so far this year. Police released no details on a possible motive, suspects, or circumstances of the crime and anyone with information regarding this incident call 410-396-2100.
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By Rick Belz | September 5, 1997
Atholton Raiders1996 record: 7-3 overall, 7-2 leagueCoach: Kevin Kelly (career: 14-6)Classification: 2ATop players: Lamar Porter, Sr., RB; Sean Aaron, Jr., RB; Ryan Lambert, Sr., QB/WR/DB; Wade Zancan, Sr., QB/DB; Matt Martiny, Sr., QB/DB; Matt Kensinger, Sr., T; Matt Pearce, Jr., T; Jared Albert, Sr., TE; Chris Shead, Sr., WR/DB.Outlook: The Raiders won their last six games last fall but missed the playoffs despite a second straight 7-3 season. Expectations are lower this season with enrollment dropping because of last year's opening of River Hill, plus the graduation of 19 seniors.
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By Lem Satterfield | June 8, 1995
The 14th annual Crown All-Star baseball game will be played at Camden Yards Sunday after the Baltimore Orioles game against the California Angels.The North Team, featuring 1994 All-Metro Player of the Year Andy Bair (Calvert Hall), a left-handed pitcher, will be coached by former McDonogh mentor Al Poklemba, now the athletic director at Bullis Prep. Poklemba's co-coaches are Jim Foit (Thomas Johnson) and Bill Russell (Elkton).The South Team will feature Brian Burden, first baseman on 4A state champ Arundel and will be coached by Ed Glaeser (Thomas Stone)
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By David Nitkin and David Nitkin,SUN STAFF | August 28, 2005
Criminal cases are piling up in Allegany County, where a political standoff has left the District Court operating with one full-time judge since late last year. Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr., who selects judges, was given the names of three candidates for the county's judicial vacancy by a nominating panel in December. But nine months later, he has yet to interview any of the finalists. As a result, Allegany County now has the longest-standing judicial vacancy in the state. Some Republican leaders and court officials in Western Maryland say the holdup isn't because of who was nominated but who was not. The list does not include the name of Kevin Kelly, a Democratic state delegate from Allegany County and a longtime Ehrlich friend.
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By Erin Cox, The Baltimore Sun | September 17, 2013
A state lawyer determined there was nothing illegal about Maryland State Police deploying dozens of state workers from other agencies to help claw through a backlog of more than 35,000 background checks for gun buyers. In a Monday "letter of advice" to Allegany County Del. Kevin Kelly, who questioned the legality of the move, a lawyer from the Maryland attorney general's office, wrote that no law prevents state workers from doing clerical work for another agency and state police did not violate a law requiring Maryland State Police to review and investigate applications to buy guns.
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October 8, 2004
Progressives set right agenda for Democrats I was saddened to read Allegany County Del. Kevin Kelly's comments regarding Maryland's Democratic Party and last weekend's Maryland Progressive Summit ("Liberals seeking sway in state," Oct. 3). Deriding the progressive movement in the party as "wacko" is more damaging to the party as a whole than whatever point he was struggling to make. For years, the Republican Party has presented visions such as the "Contract with America" to lay out an agenda, often placing the Democrats on the defensive in their efforts to protect the accomplishments of the New Deal or the Great Society.
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By Adam Kilgore The Washington Post | June 2, 2012
The first time Kevin Kelly saw Steve Lombardozzi, he wondered whether the boy could make the throw from shortstop to first base. Lombardozzi was a freshman trying to make the Atholton varsity team. Kelly, the coach, had heard that Lombardozzi, the son of a major leaguer, could play, but he stood 5 feet 2, 110 pounds. "He was a little guy," Kelly said. Lombardozzi made the team, but Kelly played him at double-play depth at all times, just so he could make the throw. In the coming years, Lombardozzi played such flawless defense that scouts came to Atholton to watch him. They would tell Kelly that Lombardozzi did not possess the size or the arm strength to play professionally.
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December 20, 2009
On December 13, 2009, VERNON KELLY loving husband of Wilma Kelly. Also survived by his loving children, Janet Stansberry and Kevin Kelly; 3 grandchildren, 1 great-grand- child; sister, Mary (Doris) Parker and brother Bernard Kelly. Friends may visit the family owned MARCH FUNERAL HOME, WEST, 4300 Wabash Avenue, on Sunday after 10 a.m. where family will receive friends from 2-4. Family will also receive friends on Monday at St. Cecelia Catholic Church, 3300 Clifton Avenue, at 10:30 followed by funeral service at 11:00.
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By Matthew Dolan and Matthew Dolan,sun reporter | November 3, 2006
Del. Kevin Kelly tried to help his ex-girlfriend last year when she fell under suspicion of stealing thousands of dollars from her school. The Allegany County Democrat confronted the county Board of Education about theft allegations he called bunk. He assembled a trove of documents about the case, capped with his own, 130-page treatise on why Diane L. McFarland, an elementary school principal in Western Maryland for 17 years, was innocent.
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By RICK MAESE | October 9, 2005
State College, Pa.-- --With the game in the books, they leapt over the railings. They charged onto the field, scurrying, high-stepping and smiling. Strangers tackled each other, laughing as they rolled to the ground. Some waved signs - "We're back" and "The valley is happy again." Everyone just wanted to get close. Five years of frustration burst free onto the Beaver Stadium field after Penn State's 17-10 upset win over No. 6 Ohio State last night. Squeezing through a narrow crack was the old general, Joe Paterno, poking his way through the party.
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By David Nitkin and David Nitkin,SUN STAFF | August 28, 2005
Criminal cases are piling up in Allegany County, where a political standoff has left the District Court operating with one full-time judge since late last year. Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr., who selects judges, was given the names of three candidates for the county's judicial vacancy by a nominating panel in December. But nine months later, he has yet to interview any of the finalists. As a result, Allegany County now has the longest-standing judicial vacancy in the state. Some Republican leaders and court officials in Western Maryland say the holdup isn't because of who was nominated but who was not. The list does not include the name of Kevin Kelly, a Democratic state delegate from Allegany County and a longtime Ehrlich friend.
NEWS
October 8, 2004
Progressives set right agenda for Democrats I was saddened to read Allegany County Del. Kevin Kelly's comments regarding Maryland's Democratic Party and last weekend's Maryland Progressive Summit ("Liberals seeking sway in state," Oct. 3). Deriding the progressive movement in the party as "wacko" is more damaging to the party as a whole than whatever point he was struggling to make. For years, the Republican Party has presented visions such as the "Contract with America" to lay out an agenda, often placing the Democrats on the defensive in their efforts to protect the accomplishments of the New Deal or the Great Society.
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March 25, 1992
Coach: Kevin Kelly (second year)1991 record: 9-11 overall, 7-7 leagueReturnees: Seniors Brian Gick (P, SS), Bryan Egolf (P, OF), BrianHannah (1B) , Brian Van Deusen (2B), Mark Trecannelli (3B), Brian Smith (OF), Billy Mills (OF), Scott Woods (OF), Eugene Miller (C); junior Kevin Nickey (C).Newcomers to watch: Juniors Ryan McQueeny (SS), Josh Seidman (OF), Richard Blankenship (P, OF).Coach's outlook: "On paper we look decent and I anticipate our being better than last year."Howard County Sun's outlook: The Raiders are a veteran team with superb pitching, a strong defense and ample hitting.
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By Adam Kilgore The Washington Post | June 2, 2012
The first time Kevin Kelly saw Steve Lombardozzi, he wondered whether the boy could make the throw from shortstop to first base. Lombardozzi was a freshman trying to make the Atholton varsity team. Kelly, the coach, had heard that Lombardozzi, the son of a major leaguer, could play, but he stood 5 feet 2, 110 pounds. "He was a little guy," Kelly said. Lombardozzi made the team, but Kelly played him at double-play depth at all times, just so he could make the throw. In the coming years, Lombardozzi played such flawless defense that scouts came to Atholton to watch him. They would tell Kelly that Lombardozzi did not possess the size or the arm strength to play professionally.
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By Rick Belz | September 2, 1999
Atholton Raiders1998 record: 1-9 overall, 0-9 leagueCoach: Kevin Kelly (career 19-21)Classification: 2ATop players: Neal Halloran, Sr.,QB; Craig Smith, Sr., TE/DE; Jarrett Emery, Sr., OG/LB; Jeremy Butler, Sr., OT/DT; Brian Mullinix, Sr., FB/LB; Joe Levine, Sr., OT; Shaun Johnson, Sr., QB; Brandon Merrell, Sr., WR/DB.Outlook: Inexperience will bother the Raiders, who have just four senior returnees. They also have four first-year seniors among their 28 players. Depth is improved, because they had just 17 players last season, when they defeated only Northeast.
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By Rick Belz | September 4, 1998
Atholton Raiders1997 record: 4-6 overall, 3-6 leagueCoach: Kevin Kelly (career, 18-12)Classification: 2ATop players: Sean Aaron, Sr., RB/LB; Mike Souder, Sr., C; Matt Adams, Sr., G; Mike Berman, Sr., T; Matt Pearce, Sr., T; Derek Pace, Sr., WR.; Neal Halloran, Jr., QB; Alex Carey, Sr., WR; Craig Smith, Jr., TE/DLOutlook: Atholton lost five of its last six games a year ago and suffered heavy losses to graduation. With just 17 players in uniform, the Raiders are struggling to field a team. "I have concerns about finishing the season," Kelly said.
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