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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,Evening Sun Staff | December 10, 1991
Maryland athletic director Andy Geiger will select a list of candidates for head football coach before sending their names to an interview committee. Joe Krivak, who completed five seasons in the job, resigned Friday.The selection process reverses Maryland's past practice, when a search committee was formed before a list of coaching candidates was drawn up.Geiger refused to answer any questions regarding the football program yesterday, referring all inquiries to an athletic department spokesman, Herb Hartnett.
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By Erica L. Green and By Erica L. Green | October 2, 2013
Former Baltimore city schools CEO Andres Alonso has topped a short list of strong contenders for the schools chancellor seat in New York City. Gotham Schools, a news website that covers New York education, published a list of five names their research (sifting through rumors and speculation) turned up in conversations about who the next New York mayor may tap to lead the largest school districts in the nation. Montgomery County schools chief Josh Starr also made the list, but said that he loved his current job and was committed to it. You can read the Gotham Schools post by clicking here.
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BUSINESS
May 15, 1993
For a list of candidates who passed the Maryland Bar Exam, see inside the Business section Monday, May 17.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 26, 2013
The Tewaaraton Foundation, which is tasked with designating the Tewaaraton Award to the top male and female collegiate player, released its list of 25 nominees Friday night, and Loyola and Maryland each have two candidates on that list. The reigning national champion Greyhounds are represented by 2012 Tewaaraton finalist and senior attackman Mike Sawyer and senior long-stick midfielder Scott Ratliff. The Terps, who have been to the last two NCAA title games, boast senior long-stick midfielder Jesse Bernhardt and redshirt goalkeeper Niko Amato.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | July 10, 1999
Officials at the Baltimore election board said yesterday that the list of candidates for this year's election failed to include Joseph Griggs, who is running for City Council in the 4th District.Griggs, a Democrat, of the 3300 block of Burleith Ave. was excluded from the list of candidates because of a typographical error that registered him for a state legislative district rather than a councilmanic district, said Terri Marciszewski, chief election clerk.Marciszewski said the board is reviewing all filings, and an official list will be published after the Friday deadline for candidates to withdraw.
BUSINESS
August 5, 1997
A list of candidates who passed the Maryland Certified Public Accountant's examination given in May is now available through SunFax. To receive the list, you must have access to a fax machine. Call 410-332-6123 and enter Code 5800 when the attendant answers.Pub Date: 8/05/97
BUSINESS
May 13, 1998
The list of candidates who passed the February administration of the Maryland Bar Exam is now available through SUNFAX and SunSpot.To retrieve the list through SUNFAX, you must have access to a fax machine. Call 410-332-6123 and enter document code 5600 when the automated attendant answers.If you have access to the World Wide Web, you can find the list on SunSpot by pointing your browser to www.sunspot.net/news/.Pub Date: 5/13/98
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | October 14, 2003
Nearly 60 candidates are seeking to fill the vacancy for Westminster's police chief, the city's finance director said yesterday after the deadline for applying for the job passed. The finance director, Joseph D. Urban, said Friday that the city had received 30 applications. After yesterday's 4 p.m. deadline, he gave the number of applicants as 58. He would not identify the candidates, saying that the list was a city personnel issue that is not public information. Urban's department will sort through the applications and categorize them: highly qualifed, qualified and not qualified.
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By Jim Haner and Jim Haner,Staff Writer | October 21, 1993
With less than two weeks to go before he steps down, Baltimore Police Commissioner Edward V. Woods called stunned subordinates yesterday from St. Louis and announced that he will promote 10 sergeants today from a 2-year-old list of candidates that is set to expire at midnight.Mr. Woods -- who was attending a convention of big-city police chiefs this week -- was unavailable for comment and left no explanation with police commanders as to why the surprise appointments were being made.Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke said through a spokesman that he approved the release of funds for the new positions -- including about $50,000 in pay increases for the new sergeants -- earlier this week at Mr. Woods' request.
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By Tom Bowman and Tom Bowman,Washington Bureau of The Sun | January 20, 1992
WASHINGTON -- The American Civil Liberties Union will mount a court fight today to force Maryland officials to place Baltimore socialist A. Robert Kaufman and two other candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination on Maryland's March 3 primary ballot.Stuart Comstock-Gay, director of the ACLU of Maryland, said he would ask the Anne Arundel Circuit Court to issue an injunction to prevent the state from printing the primary ballot without the names of Mr. Kaufman and two other candidates: Eugene McCarthy, a former presidential candidate and U.S. senator, and Larry Agran, a former mayor of Irvine, Calif.
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By Edward Lee | April 25, 2012
The Tewaaraton Foundation announced Wednesday afternoon that the list of candidates for the annual honor given to the collegiate top player has been whittled down to 25 names. No. 1 Loyola and No. 13 Johns Hopkins are two of five programs with two representatives on the list. The Greyhounds are represented by junior attackman Mike Sawyer and junior long-stick midfielder Scott Ratliff, while the Blue Jays have a pair of candidates in junior goalkeeper Pierce Bassett and junior defenseman Tucker Durkin.
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By Peter Schmuck, The Baltimore Sun | October 12, 2011
The Orioles have taken another preliminary step in their search for the new executive who will replace Andy MacPhail as head of baseball operations. Manager Buck Showalter flew to Baltimore on Wednesday and met with owner Peter Angelos and other front office personnel to discuss possible candidates for the position. Now, club officials must get permission from the current employers of some of those candidates before setting up formal interviews. That process almost certainly is under way. The club is believed to be working from a list that includes Arizona Diamondbacks senior vice president for scouting and player development Jerry DiPoto, Texas Rangers assistant general manager Thad Levine, Toronto Blue Jays assistant GM Tony LaCava, Florida Marlins assistant GM Dan Jennings, Los Angeles Dodgers assistant GM De Jon Watson, Detroit Tigers assistant GM Al Avila, Los Angeles Angels executive and former GM Tony Reagins and Dodgers assistant GM Logan White.
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By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,Sun reporter | February 18, 2008
The already politically awkward process of picking a new state's attorney for Howard County took a twist when the interim state's attorney applied to be considered for the permanent job, meaning he will square off against a lawyer on his staff who has high-level backing. The shrouded nature of the midterm appointment and the maneuvering of candidates have imparted an air of intrigue to the process in a county that prides itself on transparent government, clean politics and high-minded public service.
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By Dan Connolly and Dan Connolly,SUN REPORTER | June 26, 2007
It has been more than a week since the Orioles fired manager Sam Perlozzo, and the search to find his replacement begins in earnest today when new club president Andy MacPhail settles in at the warehouse. MacPhail and the Orioles' front office thought an extended search wouldn't be necessary when they made an offer to former Florida Marlins manager Joe Girardi last week. But after Girardi turned them down, the club started over with plenty of possibilities and no specific front-runner.
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By JOHN FRITZE and JOHN FRITZE,SUN REPORTER | July 1, 2006
Legislative leaders presented Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. yesterday with a bipartisan list of judges, former lawmakers and utilities experts to rebuild an embattled Public Service Commission accused by many of failing to protect consumers facing steep electricity rate increases. House Speaker Michael E. Busch and Senate President Thomas V. Mike Miller gave the governor 10 names, as is required by a law passed by the Democratic-controlled General Assembly last month. The measure was adopted during a special session called to address a looming 72 percent Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. rate increase.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | January 5, 2005
Phil Savage is considered the leading candidate to become the Cleveland Browns' new general manager. The Ravens' highly regarded director of player personnel is presumed to top the Browns' list, which has dwindled this week. Five executives from other teams informed the club that they wouldn't be interested -- perhaps because word got out that Savage was the front-runner -- or weren't being granted permission to be interviewed. Savage, 39, who has been a major influence in the Ravens' unparalleled draft success, had a four-hour meeting Monday with Browns owner Randy Lerner and president John Collins in Baltimore.
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By Laura Barnhardt and Laura Barnhardt,SUN STAFF | April 20, 2002
Anne Arundel County police Chief P. Thomas Shanahan defended yesterday his decision not to promote any sergeants to lieutenant, saying that by waiting six months he will be able to choose from more candidates. The chief's decision to disregard the current list of sergeants who scored highest on written and oral exams was criticized immediately by union leaders, who are concerned that promotions will be dished out under what they called the "good-old-boy system." Shanahan said he will hire lieutenants in the fall after another round of testing in September.
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By Edmund Sanders and Edmund Sanders,LOS ANGELES TIMES | December 16, 2004
BAGHDAD, Iraq - Iraq's interim Prime Minister Ayad Allawi formally threw his hat in the ring yesterday for the nation's Jan. 30 election, announcing a slate of 240 candidates that is likely to become a key contender in the race. But Allawi, who will head the slate, delayed his announcement by several hours yesterday and declined to release other names on his list. That raised speculation about last-minute haggling behind the scenes. In particular, it was unclear whether interim President Ghazi Ajil Yawer would join Allawi's list of candidates for the new national assembly or instead form his own slate.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | October 14, 2003
Nearly 60 candidates are seeking to fill the vacancy for Westminster's police chief, the city's finance director said yesterday after the deadline for applying for the job passed. The finance director, Joseph D. Urban, said Friday that the city had received 30 applications. After yesterday's 4 p.m. deadline, he gave the number of applicants as 58. He would not identify the candidates, saying that the list was a city personnel issue that is not public information. Urban's department will sort through the applications and categorize them: highly qualifed, qualified and not qualified.
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