December 6, 2004
On November 30, 2002, VERCIE. On view Monday from 1 to 7 P.M. at the Joseph G. Locks Funeral Home, 1302 N. Central Ave.
January 16, 2005
On January 10, 2005 SARA E. STEVENSON. Sara will be on view at the Joseph G. Locks Funeral Home, Sunday from 12 to 6 P.M. Wake Monday from 11 to 12 P.M. Services to follow at the Joseph G. Locks Funeral Home, 1302 N. Central Ave. Interment Voshell Cemetery.
December 15, 1994
POLICE LOGClarksville: 6300 block of Trotter Road: A heater was stolen after someone cut locks off side and front doors to a construction trailer Dec. 9, police said.
May 8, 1995
POLICE LOG* Harper's Choice: 5200 Rivendell Lane: Someone tried to pry open the front door of an apartment Wednesday or Thursday.* Simpsonville: 6700 block of Sanner Road: Someone cut the locks off a trailer and took oil, drills and an air jackhammer Wednesday or Thursday. Thieves also removed the locks off a fuel tank, stole the gas and broke a vent window in the truck.
August 28, 1995
POLICE LOG* Ellicott City: 5600 block of Worthington Way: Someone cut locks off a storage shed and stole gas cans between Tuesday and Thursday, police said.9100 block of Winding Way: Someone cut a home's rear screen door Thursday, but police said there was no entry.
February 27, 2005
On February 23, 2005 ANN Mc MILLIAN Friends may call at the JOSEPH G. LOCKS Funeral Home, 1304 N, Central Street, on Monday, February 28, from 1 to 7 P.M. Family will receive friends Tuesday, 10:30 P.M., at Israel Baptist Church, Chester and Preston Streets. Service to follow. Inquiries 410-685-7555.
March 18, 2004
On March 12, 2004, WILLIEWASHINGTON, JR., of Dolphin St. On Saturday, Mr. Washington will lie in the of Locks Funeral Home, 1304 N. Central Avenue. Family hour 10:30 A.M., celebration 11. Services entrusted to HARRI P. CLOSE FUNERAL SERVICE, P.A. 410-327-3100.
January 25, 2004
On January 23, 2004 MAJOR E. SURRETTE JR., of E. Melrose Avenue. On Tuesday, Celebration of Life will be held in Locks F.H., 1302 N. Central Ave., at 5 P.M. The services entrusted to HARI P. CLOSE FUNERAL SERVICE, P.A.., 410-327-3100.
June 21, 2006
Tevin Johnson sat in front of an open fire hydrant at East Biddle and Homewood streets yesterday, a spray of pressurized water cascading over his back and down onto the kids around him. Neighborhood children, as young as 2 and as old as 13, bounded through the torrent in flip-flops and bare feet, laughing, splashing and cooling off in the afternoon heat. And defying city officials, who an hour earlier spoke about the dangers of illegally opening hydrants to cool off. Not only could the stream of water topple a small child and push him into traffic, the officials said, opening hydrants can lower water pressure for homes and for firefighters trying to put out a fire.