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By Tom Keyser and Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF | January 18, 1998
After months of trying to preserve Longwood Farm for another generation of Goldsmiths, Robert Goldsmith has decided not to buy the Howard County estate of his father, C. Oliver Goldsmith, who died last spring.Robert Goldsmith, 30, a veterinarian, has retained some of his father's horses for himself and family members. But he said last week that he could not afford to buy the 100-acre Longwood Farm, his father's beloved horse farm -- and site of Oliver Goldsmith's famous parties."I tried to make the numbers work, but I just couldn't do it," Robert said.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | April 30, 2013
More than a couple of Leron Fisher 's close friends openly questioned his decision-making process one year ago. Why, some of them asked, would the former Lake Clifton standout pass up a Division II basketball scholarship in favor of junior college? “I knew I could play Division I,” Fisher said Monday. “I knew if I went to junior college for one year and had the opportunity to play my best, I'd come away with a Division I scholarship.” Fisher's JUCO gamble paid off last weekend when Longwood offered him a full ride during his official visit to the Big South school in Farmville, Va. The former Lakers star accepted the Lancers' offer before heading home.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | January 23, 2000
It began with Jill Younce. Jamie Beale and Jessie Roy-Harrison followed. Then Tia Richardson entered the picture. All four had successful high school basketball careers in Howard County. Now, they are an integral part on the women's team at Longwood College in Farmville, Va. "They're making a major contribution to our program," said Longwood coach Shirley Duncan. "They're all good people and also very good students." Younce is a senior from Glenelg. Beale and Roy-Harrison are sophomores from Oakland Mills and Wilde Lake, respectively.
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From Sun staff reports | April 3, 2013
No. 7 Notre Dame made its argument Tuesday for why it still belongs in discussions about the best men's lacrosse team in NCAA Division I. One day removed from falling out of the top spot in The Baltimore Sun's rankings, the Fighting Irish (7-2) rolled to a 17-5 neutral-site victory over a less-experienced Golden Eagles (2-5) squad at Loyola Academy's Hoerster Field in Wilmette, Ill. The Golden Eagles, who started seven underclassmen - including a half-dozen freshmen - kept things close early after a fairly pedestrian first quarter in which both sides tried to control the tempo by being selective on the attacking end. Co-captain Ben Dvorak got Marquette on the scoreboard with 40 seconds left in the opening quarter to tie the score at 1. It didn't stay even for long, however, as Notre Dame's John Scioscia ended the first quarter with the first of his six goals on the day. The score remained that way until near the midway point of the second quarter.
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February 15, 1991
The sixth annual Towson State Invitational women's gymnastics meet, a competition the Tigers have never lost, will be held tomorrow (2 p.m.) at the Towson Center. Temple, Cal-Santa Barbara, Radford, Longwood and Cortland are also in the six-team field. Tandy Knight, a senior from Takoma Park, is the defending all-around champion.
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By Crystal Williams | July 6, 2000
Contemporary American Theater Festival The 10th anniversary season of the Contemporary American Theater Festival at Shepherd College openstomorrow and runs through July 30 in Shepherdstown, W.Va. Four new contemporary American plays - three of them world premieres - will run in rotating repertory: "Miss Golden Dreams," by Joyce Carol Oates, explores the tragic and often shocking life of Marilyn Monroe; "Something in the Air," by Richard Dresser, is a dark comedy about the last surefire investment left; "Hunger," a drama by Sheri Wilner, explores the vast dimensions of longing and desire; "Mary and Myra," by Catherine Filloux, details the lives of Mary Todd Lincoln and her friend Myra Bradwell, the country's first female attorney.
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December 17, 1996
Police LogEdgewater: Someone broke into a home in the 1800 block of Longwood Road between 5: 30 p.m. and 6 p.m. Saturday and stole a videocassette recorder, cellular phone and beer, together valued at $231.Pub Date: 12/17/96
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By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,Evening Sun Staff | November 12, 1990
Six people -- including a 17-year-old northwest Baltimore youth who was thrown from a stolen car while fleeing police -- died in traffic accidents over the weekend, State Police said.City police said Lawrence Albert Tune, of the 2600 block of Garrison Blvd., was pronounced dead at the Shock-Truama Unit in Baltimore yesterday of massive injuries after the stolen Jeep he was driving overturned near Longwood Street and North Avenue.Police said incident began at 8:25 p.m. when two Northwestern district officers saw a 1988 Jeep Cherokee on Piedmont Avenue and Longwood Street that had been reported stolen from Howard County.
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April 12, 1992
There is no sweeter time to visit Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, Pa., than at Easter time, when the walkways of the main conservatory are filled with fragrant Easter lilies. The Easter display opened yesterday and runs through April 26. The lilies are mixed with purple, pink and white delphiniums to form a bouquet of Easter colors around the borders of the conservatory lawns.Music is also a part of the Easter display. Organist Marc Cheban will perform seasonal music today, Saturday and next Sunday.
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May 30, 2000
The Longwood Senior Center, 6150 Foreland Garth, will offer "Mind Power" at 10:30 a.m. Monday. Mary Ann Wilkerson will lead a talk about senior life and expectations. The ongoing discussions occur monthly. The center will also hold a bake sale at 8:30 a.m. and a flea market at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday. Both activities will end by 1 p.m. Information: 410-313-7217.
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By Timothy B. Wheeler, The Baltimore Sun | December 11, 2011
A Baltimore police officer and two motorists were injured around 7 a.m. Sunday when their vehicles collided at the intersection of Clifton Ave. and N. Longwood St. in West Baltimore, police said. All three were taken to a hospital with what were believed to be non-life-threatening injuries, according to Det. Kevin Brown, city police spokesman. The crash is under investigation, he said. Tim.wheeler@baltsun.com
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By Anthony Sclafani | November 24, 2011
Picture 7,000 gingerbread cookies. Yes, 7,000 of those sweet creations all packed into one place, looking absolutely sugary and scrumptious. Sounds like something out of a story book or Hallmark holiday special for kids, doesn't it? But it'll be reality starting Nov. 24 when Pennsylvania's Longwood Gardens unveils its Gingerbread Fantasy, a holiday-themed exhibition that runs through Jan. 8. Longwood, about 70 miles away in the town of Kennett Square, has had holiday displays before, but none like this.
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November 24, 2011
This holiday season, Longwood Gardens will host a series of performing musicians virtually every evening until Dec. 23. Additionally, the venue will hold organ sing-alongs of Christmas carols at 2 p.m., 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. daily and feature strolling musicians, such as the Yuletide Singers of Brandywine Valley, weekends, 6-8 p.m. For a complete listing, go to http://www.longwoodgardens.org/ChristmasChoirs.html . Listed below are some highlights...
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From Sun staff reports | September 28, 2011
Three first-half goals in a span of 12minutes propelled the No. 3 Maryland men's soccer team past visiting No. 12 Charlotte, 3-1, on Tuesday night. Casey Townsend and John Stertzer scored two of the Terrapins' goals, while Charlotte (7-2-0) added the third on an own goal as Maryland (9-0-1) remained undefeated through 10 games for the first time since 1968. More men's soccer: Navy carried play in the second half, but Longwood's Nick Surkamp scored in the 80th minute to hand the host Midshipmen (3-4-3)
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By Arielle J. Patterson, The Baltimore Sun | June 2, 2011
The holiday is ending, but that doesn't mean you can't still plan to have fun. Continue the summer kickoff this weekend at the Wine & Jazz Festival at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, Pa. The fifth annual festival offers visitors a day full of jazz, locally made wines and fresh fare, all within the grounds of a garden setting overlooking a scenic meadow. Performing will be Grammy-nominated artists such as the Kenny Barron Trio, New York Voices and the Ravi Coltrane Quartet.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | February 11, 2011
Sean Mosley began nodding his head even before the question was finished. Had Maryland's co-captain, who had been struggling with his shooting until recently, been passing up good looks at the basket? That can be a telltale sign of a player overthinking on the court. "I wasn't taking open shots," Mosley acknowledged. "Now I'm not thinking about it. And when I do get it, I'm shooting. " For weeks, Mosley's difficulties had seemed a delicate topic around Comcast Center. As the Terps (16-8, 5-4 Atlantic Coast Conference)
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December 7, 2005
On December 4, 2005, SUNNY V. ROBINSON (nee Volman); beloved mother of Maureen (Muffet) D. Robinson of Longwood, FL and Michael E. Robinson of Los Angeles, CA; sister of Lucille Mayhew. Also survived by cousins and friends. Services at SOL LEVINSON & BROS INC., 8900 Reisterstown RD, at Mt. Wilson Lane, on Tuesday, December 6 at 2 P.M. Interment Arlington Cemetery-Chizuk Amuno Congregation, 4300 N. Rogers Avenue. Please omit flowers. Family at home 6711 Park Heights Avenue, #309, (21215)
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July 12, 2003
On July, 8, 2003, PHILIP VAIL, age 79, retired Social Service Executive. Mr. Vail was a lifelong member of Media Friends Meeting of the Society of Friends, attend Westtown Friends School in West Chester, PA, and received a Bachelors degree in Philosopy from Haverford College in 1951. For many years he served on the General Committee of Westtown School and on the Board of Directors of the Kendal Crosslands Retirement Community in Kennett Square, PA. He was a conscientious objector during World War II and performed alternative service as a psychiatric aide at Eastern State Hospital in Williamsburg, VA, and with the National Park Service, Great Smoky Mountain National Park.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | February 9, 2011
The poor Longwood Lancers entered Comcast Center 0-13 in road games. It didn't take Dr. James Naismith to figure out that the record would quickly and inevitably fall to 0-14. But it's not as if Maryland -- which rolled to a 106-52 nonconference victory Wednesday night in what amounted to a refueling stop between league games -- didn't have something to play for. The Terps used the Longwood game as a golfer uses a driving range - to work on their games. The Terps were led by co-captain Sean Mosley, who emerged from a shooting slump to score 20 points, one shy of his season high.
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By Sports Digest | January 5, 2011
Men's college basketball Baylor's Dunn too much for Morgan; Navy tops Longwood LaceDarius Dunn set career highs with 43points and 10 3-pointers as Baylor broke out of a shooting slump in the second half and raced past visiting Morgan State, 89-72, on Tuesday night. Dunn hit three 3-pointers within 58 seconds during a 19-4 run midway through the second half as Baylor (10-3) broke open a tight game. McDonald's All-American Perry Jones III , who was held scoreless Monday in a win over Texas Southern, bounced back with 17 points, and Quincy Acy added 11 points and eight rebounds.
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