April 14, 1993
POLICE* Westminster: An unknown suspect shattered the windshield of an automobile parked on West Main Street Thursday. The owner, a Sykesville man, estimated the damage at $500.Construction equipment and the wall of a building on East Green Street were spray painted on Monday. The victims reported the damage to be about $600.A Salisbury, N.C., woman told city police that someone punctured her tire while the car was parked at the rear of West Main Street on Monday. Damage was estimated to be about $80.A Westminster man told police that someone stole a handicapped parking permit from his car while it was parked on East Main Street.
March 26, 2003
ANNE M. CARRSON (nee Harris). Entered into eternal rest on Friday, March 21, 2003 at Georgetown University Hospital. Beloved wife of Tyrone Carson; devoted mother of Roxanne Lee and Gloria Blackwell; also surviving are six grandchildren; two sisters Frances Robey and Agnes Harris; two brothers John W., Jr. and James E. Harris; one aunt Ethel Sturgis; tow sons-in-law Anna D. Carson; four sisters-in-law; one brother-in-law and a host of nieces, nephews, other...
March 1, 1993
The owner of a Westminster wine and spirits shop filed a lawsuit last week against parties he says have blocked a public right of way to his property.Brady O. Bryson, the owner of Locust Wines at 10 E. Main St., said in the suit filed by lawyer David C. Hjortsberg that when the owners of the building at 6 E. Main St. blocked the 16-foot alley running beside their building in March 1992, they cut off access to the wine shop from Main Street.Mr. Bryson and his company, Locust Wines Ltd., named six defendants.
February 18, 1994
Three people were injured -- one critically -- Wednesday night when a Ford Escort skidded on ice and collided with a Ford pickup truck at Dorsey Road and Locust Drive, county police said.Christopher James Blessing of Baltimore, the Escort's driver, was in critical condition at Maryland Shock Trauma Center last night with head and torso injuries. His passenger, Joanna Yael Epstein of Cockeysville, and the truck's driver, Dennis James Connell of Dorshire Court in Pasadena, were treated at North Arundel Hospital.
August 10, 2005
The Columbia Association's Clemens Crossing, Faulkner Ridge, Hobbit's Glen, Jeffers Hill, Kendall Ridge and McGill's Common outdoor pools will be open through Sunday; the Talbott Springs pool will be open through Aug. 21; the Bryant Woods, Clary's Forest, Dasher Green, Huntington, Locust Park and Longfellow pools through Aug. 28; Dickinson, Dorsey Hall, Hawthorn, Phelps Luck, River Hill, Running Brook, Stevens Forest and Thunder Hill pools will be open...
June 10, 1996
PoliceWestminster: A Mount Airy resident reported that her purse was stolen from the Locust Mall courtyard in the first block of E. Main St. The loss was estimated at $222.Westminster: A Sykesville resident told city police that someone stole his 1987 Buick Century from outside Carroll County Bank & Trust on Baltimore Boulevard. The loss was estimated at $3,000.Pub Date: 6/10/96
June 15, 2006
On June 9, 2006, PAULETTE LOUISE LEWIS of Columbia, MD. She was 59 years old. Survivors, two daughters, Greta Harrington of Brookville, MD and Natalie Joseph of Columbia, MD. Services will be held on Saturday, June 17, 2006 at Locust United Methodist Church, 8105 Martin Road in Columbia, MD 21044. Visitation 1-2 P.M. Services 2 P.M. Inquiries Howell Funeral HOme, 410-664-6800.
January 14, 1994
POLICE* Sykesville: A resident of Locust Lane reported someone broke into his 1988 Chevrolet Cavalier on Jan. 9 and stole the $1,038 stereo.An official of the American Carpentry Corp., in the 6300 block of Sykesville Road, reported that someone broke into the building over the weekend and stole five power tools valued at $1,485.FIRE* Sykesville: Firefighters from the Sykesville station responded for an automobile fire on Georgetown Boulevard at 8:11 p.m. Wednesday.
September 30, 2004
On September 26, 2004; DAMONE LAMONT BROOKS SR. On Friday, friends may call at the VAUGHN C. GREENE FUNERAL SERVICE, 5151 Baltimore National Pike, from 4 to 8 P.M. On Saturday, Mr. Brooks will lie instate at Locust United Methodist Church, 8125 Martin Road, where the family will receive friends from 10 to 11 A.M. with services to follow. Inquiries to 410-233-2400.
March 15, 1996
Cooper/T. Smith, a nationally prominent stevedoring company, is closing its operation here, in the latest in a series of blows at the port of Baltimore that foreshadows a sharp downturn in the coming year.The Mobile, Ala.-based company which hires longshoremen to load and unload steamships began operations here two years ago, saying it hoped to attract cargo that would produce more jobs for the port.But recently, the company told state officials it would not renew its lease at the North Locust Point marine terminal.