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By Staff Report | September 19, 1993
The public information officer for the Westminster Police Department has accepted a job with the State Highway Administration.Hired by the SHA as an "occupant protection coordinator," Cpl. Rick May will be based at the agency's Hanover office in Anne Arundel. He will serve as an adviser for SHA safety initiatives, including the "Kids in Safety Seats" program and the Maryland Committee for Safety Belt Use.Corporal May, who has been the police department's liaison with the news media for 5 1/2 years, said he hadn't been looking for a new job, but the SHA approached him.Corporal May's last day with the department is Friday.
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By Sarah Fisher and Sarah Fisher,sara.fisher@baltsun.com | June 22, 2009
Serious crime in Annapolis has dropped 50 percent in the first five months of 2009, compared with the corresponding period of last year, the city Police Department says. The city had one homicide during that time in 2009, compared with six in the same period in 2008. Serious violent crimes fell 44 percent, and serious property crimes fell 53 percent, according to the department's recently released "Crime Fighting Strategy 2009," which details its policies and goals. External Affairs Officer Ray Weaver says the report is a compilation of the strategies the department has employed for the past year, so that officers and citizens alike can see what they are striving for. The report says most of the crime last year was occurring around public housing, and officers were "unclear about their responsibilities in these areas."
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NEWS
November 30, 2002
Osmar Guido "Ozzie" Hebert, a retired boating liaison officer for the state Department of Natural Resources and mill enthusiast, died of complications from an infection Sunday at his Centreville home. He was 67. Mr. Hebert was born in Baltimore and raised in Towson. He was a 1953 graduate of Towson High School and earned his bachelor's degree in forestry from Purdue University in 1958. He began his career with the Maryland Department of Forests and Parks in 1958 and was promoted three years later to district park supervisor for the northern section of the state.
NEWS
November 30, 2002
Osmar Guido "Ozzie" Hebert, a retired boating liaison officer for the state Department of Natural Resources and mill enthusiast, died of complications from an infection Sunday at his Centreville home. He was 67. Mr. Hebert was born in Baltimore and raised in Towson. He was a 1953 graduate of Towson High School and earned his bachelor's degree in forestry from Purdue University in 1958. He began his career with the Maryland Department of Forests and Parks in 1958 and was promoted three years later to district park supervisor for the northern section of the state.
NEWS
By Jill Hudson and Jill Hudson,SUN STAFF | November 27, 1996
As one of two liaison police officers assigned to the county's 10 high schools, Officer Mark Richmond rotates through five schools for a few hours each week, acting as a mentor to the students and helping to curtail crime in the schools.Now Wilde Lake Principal Bonnie Daniel is calling for Richmond to be assigned to her school full time. And she said she might be willing to forgo one teaching position at Wilde Lake to keep Richmond."That would be a very hard decision to make, and it means having a few extra kids in each class, but it might be the only alternative," she said.
BUSINESS
September 16, 1995
Baltimore County won in two categories as the Regional Manufacturing Institute handed out honors last night at its second annual awards dinner.The county, County Executive C. A. Dutch Ruppersberger III, and his aide, Robert Barrett, received distinguished service awards in the government category. The county's public schools and Elaine Gorman, the schools' community liaison officer, received the same in the education category.RMI is an organization devoted to reinvigorating Maryland's and Baltimore's industrial base.
NEWS
By Staff Report | August 19, 1993
Retired Air Force Col. Harvey Rivkins, who was owner, editor and publisher of a South Baltimore weekly, died Sunday of respiratory failure at an Alexandria, Va., hospital.The 91-year-old Vilnius, Lithuania, native took over the Enterprise in the early 1940s and sold his interest and retired in the mid-1980s.He had published two other Baltimore papers, the Home News, in the 1930s, and the Suburbanite, in the 1960s. In the 1930s, he also was part-owner of Baltimore Airways, which served Baltimore and Atlantic City, N.J., and he worked as a reporter for the Baltimore Post, which was later purchased by the News American, and as a stringer for the International News Service.
NEWS
By Sarah Fisher and Sarah Fisher,sara.fisher@baltsun.com | June 22, 2009
Serious crime in Annapolis has dropped 50 percent in the first five months of 2009, compared with the corresponding period of last year, the city Police Department says. The city had one homicide during that time in 2009, compared with six in the same period in 2008. Serious violent crimes fell 44 percent, and serious property crimes fell 53 percent, according to the department's recently released "Crime Fighting Strategy 2009," which details its policies and goals. External Affairs Officer Ray Weaver says the report is a compilation of the strategies the department has employed for the past year, so that officers and citizens alike can see what they are striving for. The report says most of the crime last year was occurring around public housing, and officers were "unclear about their responsibilities in these areas."
NEWS
By SIOBHAN GORMAN and SIOBHAN GORMAN,SUN REPORTER | May 31, 2006
WASHINGTON -- The National Security Agency's second-highest official is being forced out by the agency's director, who is moving to install his own leadership team nine months into his tenure, current and former government officials said yesterday. Lt. Gen. Keith B. Alexander, the NSA's director, announced in a memo to agency employees last week that Deputy Director William B. Black Jr. would be taking a new position in mid-August as the NSA's liaison officer to its British intelligence counterpart, the officials said.
ENTERTAINMENT
By SLOANE BROWN | August 29, 1999
An Orioles double-header at the Sheraton Inner Harbor? You bet! The hotel was the scene of Eddie Murray and J. Frank Cashen's induction into the Orioles Hall of Fame at the Oriole Advocates' 15th Orioles Hall of Fame Luncheon. About 425 fans gathered in the stands (which looked a lot like banquet tables) to cheer on Murray, the former O's first baseman and current coach, and Cashen, the team's one-time general manager.So maybe the eats weren't hot dogs and peanuts -- more like baked chicken and rice.
NEWS
By Jill Hudson and Jill Hudson,SUN STAFF | November 27, 1996
As one of two liaison police officers assigned to the county's 10 high schools, Officer Mark Richmond rotates through five schools for a few hours each week, acting as a mentor to the students and helping to curtail crime in the schools.Now Wilde Lake Principal Bonnie Daniel is calling for Richmond to be assigned to her school full time. And she said she might be willing to forgo one teaching position at Wilde Lake to keep Richmond."That would be a very hard decision to make, and it means having a few extra kids in each class, but it might be the only alternative," she said.
BUSINESS
September 16, 1995
Baltimore County won in two categories as the Regional Manufacturing Institute handed out honors last night at its second annual awards dinner.The county, County Executive C. A. Dutch Ruppersberger III, and his aide, Robert Barrett, received distinguished service awards in the government category. The county's public schools and Elaine Gorman, the schools' community liaison officer, received the same in the education category.RMI is an organization devoted to reinvigorating Maryland's and Baltimore's industrial base.
NEWS
By Staff Report | September 19, 1993
The public information officer for the Westminster Police Department has accepted a job with the State Highway Administration.Hired by the SHA as an "occupant protection coordinator," Cpl. Rick May will be based at the agency's Hanover office in Anne Arundel. He will serve as an adviser for SHA safety initiatives, including the "Kids in Safety Seats" program and the Maryland Committee for Safety Belt Use.Corporal May, who has been the police department's liaison with the news media for 5 1/2 years, said he hadn't been looking for a new job, but the SHA approached him.Corporal May's last day with the department is Friday.
NEWS
By Staff Report | August 19, 1993
Retired Air Force Col. Harvey Rivkins, who was owner, editor and publisher of a South Baltimore weekly, died Sunday of respiratory failure at an Alexandria, Va., hospital.The 91-year-old Vilnius, Lithuania, native took over the Enterprise in the early 1940s and sold his interest and retired in the mid-1980s.He had published two other Baltimore papers, the Home News, in the 1930s, and the Suburbanite, in the 1960s. In the 1930s, he also was part-owner of Baltimore Airways, which served Baltimore and Atlantic City, N.J., and he worked as a reporter for the Baltimore Post, which was later purchased by the News American, and as a stringer for the International News Service.
NEWS
July 23, 2003
Willard B. French, a retired Defense Department liaison officer, died of heart failure Saturday at his Arnold home. He was 83. Mr. French, who was known as Will, was born in Port Jervis, N.Y., and raised in Matamoras, Pa. He earned his bachelor's degree in 1941 from Alfred University in Alfred, N.Y. During World War II, he served in the Army as a member of a bomb disposal unit in the Pacific and attained the rank of lieutenant. He was recalled for duty in a similar capacity during the Korean War. He took a civilian job as a personnel officer at the Naval Academy in the late 1940s until joining the Defense Department in the 1950s.
EXPLORE
February 19, 2013
The Susquehanna Workforce Network will be hosting a defense, technology and intelligence job fair at Ripken Stadium in Aberdeen Feb. 28, from 2 to 6 p.m. This is a major workforce recruitment activity for more than 30 companies looking to fill positions. A sample listing of the position openings include acquisition professionals, software and systems engineer, program analyst, product manager, bio-medical scientist, liaison officer, configuration managers, system integrator, software developer, multi-media assistants, project manager, proposal manager, acquisition analyst, electrical and mechanical engineers, business development, SharePoint developer, signal support, air traffic controller, Java developer, scientists and technical writer.
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