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September 29, 2009
Mrs. Lovelace A memorial service was held on Friday September 25, 2009 at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Columbia, SC.
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | August 25, 2014
Baltimore County police are searching for a 15-year-old Reisterstown girl who went missing last month. Khadija Myar Lovelace was last seen around 2:30 a.m. on July 11 at her home in the unit block of Glyndon Gateway. Police said she has runaway before but has always returned home. Lovelace was described as being 5 feet 6 inches tall and 162 pounds with black hair and brown eyes. Police said she has a tattoo of a moon and flower on her chest, the name "Taylor" on the right side of her chest and the name "Carl" on her left wrist.
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By Laura Lippman and Laura Lippman,sun staff | April 14, 1996
Betsy-Tacy Books: Insightful, accessible, progressive work outshines Louisa May Alcott and L.M. Montgomery. Three years ago, I discovered two rare children's books by Maud Hart Lovelace at the Enoch Pratt sale. In tip-top condition, these books can fetch upwards of $100; the Pratt wanted $2 each. I pounced quickly, but couldn't rejoice at my singular good fortune, indicative as it was of a literary injustice. Lovelace's Betsy-Tacy series has never attained the classic status it deserves, which is why the Pratt felt free to sell "Winona's Ponycart" and "Emily of Deep Valley" in the first place.
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September 29, 2009
Mrs. Lovelace A memorial service was held on Friday September 25, 2009 at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral in Columbia, SC.
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By Beth Reinhard and Beth Reinhard,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 29, 1996
Years ago, as an assistant pro at Hobbit's Glen Golf Club, Joan Lovelace kept quiet when female golfers were restricted to off-hours on the weekends. She liked her job and wanted to keep it.Now, the 35-year-old is the head golf pro at the Fairway Hills course in Columbia -- one of three women known to be head pros in the state -- and part of her appeal is the way she relates to female golfers.Lovelace espouses a bare-bones teaching philosophy: "I try to pick one thing at a time that's going to help a student's game," she said.
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By Lowell E. Sunderland and Lowell E. Sunderland,SUN STAFF | November 23, 2003
Joan Lovelace keeps an old black-and-white snapshot of a man and a teen-age girl taped to a wall in the second-story storage area she has been using as an indoor driving range at Fairway Hills Golf Course in Columbia. "Oh, that," Lovelace said, referring to the photo, which is about waist high and faces a right-handed golfer - which Lovelace is - who swings from a worn, synthetic turf mat into the energy-absorbing, small-mesh nets that make slamming golf balls indoors feasible. "That's me and `Mr. Lupe.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | October 10, 1997
An Anne Arundel County circuit judge ordered a one-year jail term yesterday for a man who killed another man near a Glen Burnie tavern. The judge then added the unusual probation condition of speaking about gun control at 10 high schools."
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | November 16, 1999
An Anne Arundel County judge agreed yesterday to let a man perform 200 hours of community service instead of speaking at 10 local high schools about the dangers of carrying a loaded weapon, after the schools and the Annapolis Youth Services Bureau decided he was not the right messenger.Michael W. Lovelace, 38, of the 8100 block of Harold Court in Glen Burnie, pleaded guilty in 1997 to manslaughter in the shooting death in 1996 of George Joseph Miller, 48, also of Glen Burnie. Circuit Judge Pamela L. North sentenced Lovelace to 10 years in prison, with nine years suspended, plus five years' probation.
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | October 8, 1996
An Anne Arundel Circuit Court jury acquitted a 36-year-old Glen Burnie man of murder yesterday in a shooting outside a Ritchie Highway tavern, but deadlocked on a manslaughter charge, meaning it is likely he will be retried on that charge.Michael W. Lovelace of the 8100 block of Harold Court was released on bond yesterday after he was cleared of murder charges in the April 1 shooting death of George Joseph Miller, 48.But John LeCornu, the assistant state's attorney who prosecuted the case, said he probably would retry Lovelace on the manslaughter charge and a handgun violation, but first must consult with State's Attorney Frank R. Weathersbee.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | November 25, 1997
Anne Arundel County Circuit Judge Pamela L. North refused yesterday to change an unusual probation term for a man who admitted killing another man near a Glen Burnie bar.Lawyer Philip H. Armstrong asked that Michael W. Lovelace, 37, of Glen Burnie be given a different type of community service instead of speaking at 10 county high schools about why it is wrong to carry a loaded handgun in one's car.Armstrong said his client probably was the wrong messenger, given...
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By MARY GAIL HARE | April 9, 2008
Maryland State Police have charged a second man in an April 1 homicide along Interstate 95 near Bel Air, authorities said yesterday. Damon M. Jackson, 33, of Havre de Grace was arrested yesterday at a motel on Pulaski Highway in Aberdeen, police said. He is charged with first-degree murder and attempted armed robbery in the attack on Alan Zurita, 29, of Havre de Grace. Zurita, who was shot in the upper body, was pronounced dead at Upper Chesapeake Hospital Center in Bel Air, according to police.
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April 4, 2008
Fatal shooting result of robbery, police say The shootings on Interstate 95 that left one Harford County man dead and another man wounded was the result of a robbery attempt, according to a statement of probable cause. Maryland State Police charged a Prince George's County man, Demetrius D. Lovelace, 35, with first-degree murder and armed robbery. Lovelace is charged in the death of Alan Zurita, 29, of Havre de Grace, who was found lying on the shoulder of southbound I-95 about 2:30 a.m. Tuesday.
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By Susan Reimer | December 16, 2003
Editor's note: This is one in a series of occasional holiday-season features highlighting people in the Baltimore area who exemplify the spirit of The Sun's annual Spirit of Sharing Holiday Campaign. RETIREMENT AGREES with Bill Lovelace. He's been at it for 17 years now, after leaving the federal government at 50, and at 67, he is the picture of prosperous good health. But it is that prosperity and that good health that seem to work at Lovelace like an itch on his conscience. As a result, he has become a kind of maximum volunteer - the word "tireless" pales.
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By Lowell E. Sunderland and Lowell E. Sunderland,SUN STAFF | November 23, 2003
Joan Lovelace keeps an old black-and-white snapshot of a man and a teen-age girl taped to a wall in the second-story storage area she has been using as an indoor driving range at Fairway Hills Golf Course in Columbia. "Oh, that," Lovelace said, referring to the photo, which is about waist high and faces a right-handed golfer - which Lovelace is - who swings from a worn, synthetic turf mat into the energy-absorbing, small-mesh nets that make slamming golf balls indoors feasible. "That's me and `Mr. Lupe.
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November 17, 2003
Ascend One Corp.'s Lucas testifies on Capitol Hill Clarky Lucas of Ascend One Corp. was a speaker last month at "Voices for AmeriCorps: 100 Hours of National Services Testimony" in Washington, a lobbying effort for legislators on Capitol Hill. Lucas, a corporate communications specialist with the Columbia firm, testified in favor of expanding AmeriCorps from 50,000 to 75,000 members. Ascend One and its family of businesses provide services to help consumers save money and get out of debt.
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By LOWELL E. SUNDERLAND | September 2, 2001
IT DIDN'T take long for Joan Lovelace to know the new program at her golf course was right. She knew soon after Hugo Sanchez walked through the door. He was early, first to arrive. Wide-eyed Hugo, all of 8 or 9 years old, asked if his name was on the list, said Lovelace, head pro at Columbia's Fairway Hills Golf Course. "My school signed me up," said the boy, his mother and another family member in tow from the nearby Hannibal Grove apartments, which border a couple of Fairway Hills' holes.
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By MARY GAIL HARE | April 9, 2008
Maryland State Police have charged a second man in an April 1 homicide along Interstate 95 near Bel Air, authorities said yesterday. Damon M. Jackson, 33, of Havre de Grace was arrested yesterday at a motel on Pulaski Highway in Aberdeen, police said. He is charged with first-degree murder and attempted armed robbery in the attack on Alan Zurita, 29, of Havre de Grace. Zurita, who was shot in the upper body, was pronounced dead at Upper Chesapeake Hospital Center in Bel Air, according to police.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | August 12, 1997
A Glen Burnie man pleaded guilty yesterday to manslaughter, as part of a plea agreement, for gunning down a man during an argument outside a Ritchie Highway bar. The agreement guarantees he will spend no more than 18 months in prison.The plea agreement, which was accepted by Anne Arundel County Circuit Judge Pamela L. North, ends the prospect of a second trial for Michael W. Lovelace and of a mandatory five-year prison term on related weapons charges. Those charges will be dropped at the Oct. 6 sentencing.
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By Laura Lippman and Laura Lippman,SUN STAFF | July 5, 2000
Christmas is coming early for "Betsy-Tacy" fans, that rabid band of readers who cherish the autobiographical novels for young girls written by Maud Hart Lovelace. Although Lovelace has never enjoyed the wide-ranging popularity of Louisa May Alcott and L.M. Montgomery - "I thought I was the only one!" is fans' rallying cry on the Betsy-Tacy Web page - her work has long been championed by a diverse group of grown-up fans, including Anna Quindlen, Bette Midler and Nora Ephron. There are Betsy-Tacy societies nationwide, a newsletter and even an Internet e-mail network for fans.
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