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September 28, 1992
If you want to get news in the North report, call Linda Lowe Morris at 751-7943 during the day or leave a message on the tip line after hours.
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June 28, 2009
On June 11, 2009, ANTHONY A. DeANGELIS, 70, of Essex; loving father of James DeAngelis; brother of Paul DeAngelis. Also survived by daughter-in-law Jill DeAngelis; sister-in-law Barbara DeAngelis; companion Cheryl Severe; and many dear friends. On Sunday, July 26, 2009 friends and family are invited to participate in a celebration of Tony's life. For details of this event, please email dewaltsevere verizon.net or leave a message at 410-391-8463.
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September 28, 1992
If you want to get news in the North Laurel/Savage report, call Jackie Powder at 418-8032 during the day or leave a message on the tip line after hours.
NEWS
December 10, 2006
Watchdog, a new weekly feature that runs Tuesdays in the Maryland section, holds government agencies accountable for problems such as missing street signs, broken water mains, malfunctioning traffic signals or burned-out streetlights that occur in the metro area - including Anne Arundel County. If you notice a problem, please call us at 410-332-6735 and leave a message or e-mail us at watchdog@baltsun.com. A reporter and a photographer might contact you to follow up on your complaint.
NEWS
February 5, 1996
Police logClarksville: 13500 block of Highland Road: A thief removed a lock from a storage shed and stole a snow blower between Tuesday and Thursday.Tip LineIf you have information for the West County report, call 715-2811 during the day or leave a message on the tip line after hours.
NEWS
October 5, 2006
Watchdog, a new weekly feature, makes its debut Tuesday. It holds government agencies accountable for problems occurring in neighborhoods, such as missing street signs, broken water mains, traffic signals or street lights burned out. Please call us at 410-332-6735 and leave a message or e-mail us at watchdog@baltsun.com. A reporter and a photographer might contact you to follow up on your complaint.
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By Del Quentin Wilber and Del Quentin Wilber,SUN STAFF | January 20, 2004
Taciturn yet opinionated, a mysterious man in black visited the gravesite of Edgar Allan Poe in yesterday's pre-dawn darkness and left a note to accompany his usual tribute of cognac and three roses to mark the author's birth nearly 200 years ago. "The sacred memory of Poe and his final resting place is no place for French cognac," the note read. "With great reluctance but for respect for family tradition the cognac is" placed at the grave. "The memory of Poe shall live evermore!" the note concluded.
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By Clarence Page | February 14, 2002
WASHINGTON -- "... I ran. There was a bullet in me trying to take my life, all 13 years of it." With those startling words on its opening page, Claude Brown's book Manchild in the Promised Land opens a rare and riveting window into his dangerous journey from theft, drugs and juvenile detention on the streets of mid-20th century Harlem to eventual redemption and education at Howard University and Rutgers University Law School. The 1965 semi-autobiographical novel sold 4 million copies and still sells more than 30,000 copies a year as required reading in many classrooms.
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