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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Staff Writer | December 10, 1992
The Muncie Adolescent Center and School for emotionall disturbed youths will move from Springfield Hospital Center to Crownsville Hospital Center on Jan. 18."The entire unit will move to Crownsville," said Paula Langmead, assistant superintendent at Springfield.State budget cuts have forced the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, which oversees the Sykesville school, to consolidate its services, said Mike Golden, department spokesman.The residential unit includes 14 adolescents -- 13 to 17 years old -- with serious emotional problems, and a staff of 41 state-employed health care workers.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Sun Staff Writer | November 15, 1994
Paula A. Langmead, who has been acting superintendent of Springfield Hospital Center for more than a year, was named superintendent of the Sykesville facility yesterday.Ms. Langmead took over the top post at the state psychiatric hospital in September 1993, after the resignation of Dr. Bruce Hershfield, who had been superintendent at Springfield since 1986."I'm just delighted to be given the opportunity to continue in the endeavors I've already started here at Springfield," Ms. Langmead, 46, said yesterday.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | August 19, 2002
After months of revamping treatment plans to satisfy federal regulators who had found lapses in care, Springfield Hospital Center has earned near-perfect marks for tending to its patients and maintaining their records. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, a federal agency that provides health insurance for more than 74 million Americans, conducted a three-day survey last week at the state-run psychiatric hospital in Sykesville. The team of medical consultants found no deficiencies in care in its review, the third conducted this year.
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By Frank D. Roylance and Mary Gail Hare and Frank D. Roylance and Mary Gail Hare,Staff Writers Donna E. Boller of the metropolitan staff also contributed to this report | October 28, 1992
Dottie Langmead and Yvonne Magee went all through high school together and each was a bridesmaid in the other's wedding.Yesterday, Mrs. Langmead, 44, was dead -- murdered execution-style during Monday's robbery of the Farmers Bank in the 9800 block of Liberty Road in Randallstown. Mrs. Magee was left asking questions for which she had no answers."Why does this happen?" she said.She expressed the shock, anger and bewilderment of many in the Baltimore and Carroll County communities touched by the violence.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Staff Writer | December 10, 1992
The Muncie Adolescent Center and School for emotionall disturbed youths will move from Springfield Hospital Center to Crownsville Hospital Center on Jan. 18."The entire unit will move to Crownsville," said Paula Langmead, assistant superintendent at Springfield.State budget cuts have forced the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, which oversees the Sykesville school, to consolidate its services, said Mike Golden, department spokesman.The residential unit includes 14 adolescents -- 13 to 17 years old -- with serious emotional problems, and a staff of 41 state-employed health care workers.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Staff Writer | February 17, 1993
State Juvenile Services officials hoped that a look at detention facilities in other counties might end South Carroll residents' opposition to a proposed center on the grounds of Springfield Hospital Center.No chance. Only two residents showed up to visit a juvenile center in Montgomery County.And the tour didn't change their minds."I wanted them to see the situation firsthand and not just have them listen to a bureaucrat selling something," said Harry Langmead, Maryland Juvenile Services executive director of field services.
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By Robert A. Erlandson and Robert A. Erlandson,Staff Writer Anne Haddad of The Sun's metropolitan staff contributed to this article | October 31, 1992
The final prayers ended. Michael Langmead and his teen-age sons, Michael Jr. and Mark, began to walk away from the silver casket with its spray of pink and white flowers.Suddenly, they burst into tears and clung tightly to one another for comfort as the terrible reality set in: It was the last farewell to their Dottie, wife and mother.Meanwhile, a few miles away in Westminster, a similar scene took place at St. John's Catholic Church, where Anastasia "Stacey" George's weeping family and friends said their quiet good-byes before her interment at Evergreen Memorial Gardens nTC in Finksburg.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Staff Writer | January 26, 1993
South Carroll residents whose homes surround Springfield Hospital Center said last night they are sitting on a time bomb. Many said they fear the state plans unbounded expansion on the 400-acre facility."
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | August 19, 2002
After months of revamping treatment plans to satisfy federal regulators who had found lapses in care, Springfield Hospital Center has earned near-perfect marks for tending to its patients and maintaining their records. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services, a federal agency that provides health insurance for more than 74 million Americans, conducted a three-day survey last week at the state-run psychiatric hospital in Sykesville. The team of medical consultants found no deficiencies in care in its review, the third conducted this year.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | November 6, 2001
A year ago, Mount Hebron probably would not have won yesterday's state semifinal field hockey game at Goucher College. Another year of experience, however, toughened the No. 6 Vikings enough to withstand a determined opponent even on a day when the Vikings struggled with their own game. Maria Bosica scored on a secondary surge after a first-half penalty corner and a stubborn Vikings defense made the goal stand for a 1-0 win over Northern of Calvert County in a Class 3A semifinal. "We didn't really play our best game," said Bosica, "but we stuck with it. That's the difference between this year and last year.
SPORTS
By STAFF REPORTS | November 6, 2001
Sixth-ranked Mount Hebron got a first-half goal from Maria Bosica and held on for a 1-0 victory over Northern-C yesterday in a Class 3A state field hockey semifinal at Goucher College. The Vikings (14-4), who have been to the final twice, are seeking their first title and Howard County's second when they meet No. 7 Fallston at 10 a.m. on Saturday at the Goucher College stadium. Bosica scored her eighth goal of the season on a pass from Alicia Jewel with 8:35 left in the first half and the Vikings defense of Emily Goldman, Emily Smith, Kelly Knuuti and goalie Melanie Langmead (seven saves)
BUSINESS
January 8, 1996
New positionsMcCormick names Langmead, WilliamsonCharles T. Langmead has been named vice president of sales McCormick & Co.'s food service division. Mr. Langmead, who joined McCormick in 1976, will be responsible for management of the division's distributor and national account sales.A Baltimore native, he has a bachelor's degree in accounting from Loyola College and a master's degree from Johns Hopkins University.McCormick also named Robert C. Williamson director of procurement operations for the global sourcing group.
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By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,Sun Staff Writer | April 11, 1995
The first time Bonnie Halberstam met her son Jacob, she learned never to underestimate him.While Mrs. Halberstam spoke with the Russian orphanage director, the 4-year-old boy introduced as Ygor sat on the floor. He had stumps for arms and his right leg was half the length of his left one.Within a minute, Mrs. Halberstam heard a familiar "ka-ching ka-ching ka-ching.""He went to my pocketbook, unzipped it, took the camera out, took it out of its case, and was snapping pictures," she said.Now, Jacob Ygor Halberstam is almost 7 and attends first grade at Carroll County's Hampstead Elementary School.
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By Jackie Powder and Jackie Powder,Sun Staff Writer | November 15, 1994
Paula A. Langmead, who has been acting superintendent of Springfield Hospital Center for more than a year, was named superintendent of the Sykesville facility yesterday.Ms. Langmead took over the top post at the state psychiatric hospital in September 1993, after the resignation of Dr. Bruce Hershfield, who had been superintendent at Springfield since 1986."I'm just delighted to be given the opportunity to continue in the endeavors I've already started here at Springfield," Ms. Langmead, 46, said yesterday.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Staff Writer | October 11, 1993
The curtain won't rise on "Harvey" this fall. Without a stage, the show can't go on."Everybody is moaning, but we haven't been able to find a place," said Paula Langmead, business manager of Stage Door Dinner Theater.The displaced company had cast "Harvey" for its fall production at Wilhelm Caterers on Route 140 in Westminster.Three performances of the comedy, set to run weekends through October, were already sold out."A man came up to me at my son's football game and told me he wanted 150 tickets," said Joan Crooks, a member of the company.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Staff Writer | October 11, 1993
The curtain won't rise on "Harvey" this fall. Without a stage, the show can't go on."Everybody is moaning, but we haven't been able to find a place," said Paula Langmead, business manager of Stage Door Dinner Theater.The displaced company had cast "Harvey" for its fall production at Wilhelm Caterers on Route 140 in Westminster.Three performances of the comedy, set to run weekends through October, were already sold out."A man came up to me at my son's football game and told me he wanted 150 tickets," said Joan Crooks, a member of the company.
NEWS
By Cindy Parr RTC and Cindy Parr RTC,Contributing Writer | October 2, 1992
WESTMINSTER -- Just a few months after their first successful run of the musical "Oklahoma!" Stone Road Productions Inc. and Friendly Farm are ready to invite audiences back for their second Stage Door Dinner Theatre performance, "Gypsy," which begins tomorrow night.Chock full of local talent, "Gypsy," with a 17-member cast, will light up the Friendly Farm restaurant each weekend in October and the first weekend in November.Harry Langmead, a partner in Stone Road, said that like the production of "Oklahoma" in March, "Gypsy" is well-suited for a dinner-theater crowd.
NEWS
By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Staff Writer | February 17, 1993
State Juvenile Services officials hoped that a look at detention facilities in other counties might end South Carroll residents' opposition to a proposed center on the grounds of Springfield Hospital Center.No chance. Only two residents showed up to visit a juvenile center in Montgomery County.And the tour didn't change their minds."I wanted them to see the situation firsthand and not just have them listen to a bureaucrat selling something," said Harry Langmead, Maryland Juvenile Services executive director of field services.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Staff Writer | January 26, 1993
South Carroll residents whose homes surround Springfield Hospital Center said last night they are sitting on a time bomb. Many said they fear the state plans unbounded expansion on the 400-acre facility."
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