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By Alan J. Craver and Alan J. Craver,Staff writer | May 12, 1991
If you ask Havre de Grace waterman Bob Jobes what he thinks about the new fish lift at the Conowingo Dam he'll tell you it's a good idea,but water quality must be improved before the fish populations really bounce back.To Jobes, the new $12 million fish lift is only part of the solution to increasing the population of American shad and river herring in the Susquehanna River and Chesapeake Bay."I would say its a step in the right direction," the 31-year-old fisherman said. "(The lift) should have been done when the dam was built."
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SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | May 19, 1994
HARRISBURG, Pa. -- Ed Alfonzo went 3-for-5 with three RBI, lifting the Bowie Baysox to a 7-4 victory over the Harrisburg Expos (23-14) in a Double-A Eastern League game yesterday.Alfonzo, Hector Vargas and Kris Gresham each hit a home run for the Baysox (20-16), who scored three runs each in the third and sixth innings. Vargas had two hits in three at-bats.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 17, 1997
Mary Anne Kirsch scored 15 as host Loyola (8-15, 5-6) topped Siena, 64-54, in a Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference women's basketball game yesterday.The Greyhounds moved to within one-half game of the third-place Saints (11-13, 6-6). Jina Mosley recorded her first career double-double with 11 points and a career-best 11 rebounds.Pub Date: 2/17/97
SPORTS
By From Staff Reports | February 9, 1995
Freshman Tina Dalmau's two free throws with six seconds left lifted Navy to a 63-62 victory last night, dealing Holy Cross its first Patriot League loss.Becky Dowling scored 23 points and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead Navy (11-10, 7-3). Kathy Courtney led Holy Cross (13-7, 9-1) with 26 points.* Baltimore CCC 103, Cecil CC 16: Sondray Burnham scored 24 to lead visiting Baltimore City Community College (11-8) past Cecil Community College.* Frederick CC 99, Catonsville CC 42: Theresa Arnette led all scorers with 26 points, leading Frederick CC (22-1)
TRAVEL
By Michelle Higgins and Michelle Higgins,New York Times News Service | December 10, 2006
For vacation this year, Peter Heumann is taking his family to Copper Mountain in Colorado during the jam-packed holiday period between Christmas and New Year's, when skiers can easily end up waiting in line for 20 minutes or more just to get on the lift. But Heumann, his wife and 15-year-old-daughter won't be among them. Instead, the family will swish past the masses to a separate lift line designated for Beeline Advantage pass holders - a privilege that costs $20 a day in addition to regular lift tickets.
BUSINESS
By Edward Gunts | October 10, 1991
The historic U.S. Custom House at Gay and Lombard streets is slated to undergo an $11 million face lift starting late next year, its first major renovation in more than a decade.FTC The architectural firm of D'Aleo Inc. and the Philadelphia-based preservation architect Hyman Myers have been hired to handle design work for the project, which involves upgrading spaces throughout the 1908 landmark. "The goal is to restore the building as much as possible and bring it up to code," said Trudy Wang, project manager for the Philadelphia office of the General Services Administration, which issued the contract for the work.
NEWS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | December 2, 2004
BOGOTA, Colombia - Colombia's Congress approved an amendment to the Constitution late Tuesday that would permit President Alvaro Uribe, the Bush administration's most reliable ally in Latin America, to run for re-election in 2006. The main article in the five-point amendment, approved by a vote of 113-16, lifts the ban on re-election, leaving it up to the country's highest court to decide if the change is constitutional. Political analysts believe the Constitutional Court would be likely to approve the change after some debate.
NEWS
By NICK MADIGAN and NICK MADIGAN,SUN REPORTER | November 29, 2005
Lawyers for The Sun will argue today in a Richmond, Va., courtroom that Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. had no constitutional right to forbid state officials from speaking with two of the paper's journalists, and that the ban was a violation of the First Amendment. The hearing, in the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, is the latest round in a running feud between the state's largest newspaper and Ehrlich, elected in 2002 as Maryland's first Republican governor in 36 years. The Sun filed a lawsuit against the governor on Dec. 3, 2004, after Ehrlich forbade state employees from speaking with columnist Michael Olesker and reporter David Nitkin, who was the State House bureau chief and who since has been appointed the paper's Maryland political editor.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | April 10, 2000
Beth Fischer scored three goals to lift visiting Mount St. Mary's over Sacred Heart, 8-5, in Northeast Conference women's college lacrosse yesterday. The Pioneers (6-3) tied the score at 2 at 2: 12, but the Mountaineers (6-5) scored the final three goals of the half to take a 5-2 lead. Lara Steinbraker opened the second half by scoring her second goal to push the Mount lead to four with 16: 36 remaining. Fischer got two of her three goals down the stretch. East Stroudsburg 6, Frostburg 5, OT: Kim Niles scored with 3: 31 remaining in overtime to lift the Warriors (6-2)
BUSINESS
By Meredith Cohn and Meredith Cohn,SUN STAFF | April 3, 2004
Maryland and Delaware agriculture officials said yesterday that they would lift all restrictions Monday on chicken farmers - a major turning point in the avian influenza crisis that has cast a pall over Delmarva Peninsula agriculture since February. Monday is expected to mark the 30th day that all poultry on the peninsula will have tested negative around three infected farms and among all flocks sent for processing. The most recent case of flu was confirmed March 6 in Pocomoke City on Maryland's Eastern Shore - the first outbreak of the virus ever detected on a commercial farm in the state.
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