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October 1, 2006
Baltimore: Shooting Man shot in head in critical condition A 43-year-old Baltimore man was shot in the head early yesterday and taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center, where he was listed in critical condition, police said. A spokesman for the Baltimore Police Department said that the victim, whose name was not released, was walking in the 1400 block of W. Baltimore St. shortly after midnight when he was approached by another man who shot him. The incident is under investigation. Lynn Anderson Carroll County: Fatal crash Pa. driver killed when car hits trees A Pennsylvania man was killed near Taneytown in Carroll County when his car hit several trees, state police said yesterday.
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October 1, 2006
Baltimore: Shooting Man shot in head in critical condition A 43-year-old Baltimore man was shot in the head early yesterday and taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center, where he was listed in critical condition, police said. A spokesman for the Baltimore Police Department said that the victim, whose name was not released, was walking in the 1400 block of W. Baltimore St. shortly after midnight when he was approached by another man who shot him. The incident is under investigation. Lynn Anderson Carroll County: Fatal crash Pa. driver killed when car hits trees A Pennsylvania man was killed near Taneytown in Carroll County when his car hit several trees, state police said yesterday.
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By LYNN ANDERSON | April 9, 2006
Diana Morris Occupation Director of the Open Society Institute-Baltimore, a nonprofit organization founded by billionaire financier George Soros to find solutions for urban ills such as juvenile delinquency, drug addiction and recidivism among ex-offenders. In the news Morris announced that OSI-Baltimore had raised $5 million as part of challenge that Soros issued last year to city residents. Soros said he would give OSI-Baltimore $10 million if officials could raise $20 million from Baltimore-area groups and individuals.
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By LYNN ANDERSON | April 9, 2006
Diana Morris Occupation Director of the Open Society Institute-Baltimore, a nonprofit organization founded by billionaire financier George Soros to find solutions for urban ills such as juvenile delinquency, drug addiction and recidivism among ex-offenders. In the news Morris announced that OSI-Baltimore had raised $5 million as part of challenge that Soros issued last year to city residents. Soros said he would give OSI-Baltimore $10 million if officials could raise $20 million from Baltimore-area groups and individuals.
NEWS
August 29, 2005
At the Carroll County commissioners' cabinet meeting, Lt. A. Dean Richardson, commander of the state police barracks in Westminster, detailed a list of enforcement initiatives scheduled for Labor Day weekend. They include sobriety checkpoints, saturation patrols to snag speeders and a major warrant roundup to find those who have avoided prosecution. At least 25 additional troopers will be on county roads throughout the three-day weekend, he said. Richard Soisson, county director of recreation and parks, followed the lieutenant during the roundtable discussion.
NEWS
February 7, 2005
No legal immunity The defense attorney apologized at the start of the murder trial for his bad cold. The jurors had coughs, so throaty and hacking that the judge inquired several times whether anyone needed water. And court staff, victims' family members and police detectives were all swapping throat lozenges. But if anyone needed more circumstantial evidence of the various viruses and flus circulating, Baltimore County Deputy State's Attorney Stephen Bailey provided it Wednesday afternoon.
NEWS
May 12, 2005
BALTIMORE Soros asks $20 million match from residents George Soros - a billionaire who has used his riches to fund social and political causes - came to Baltimore yesterday to drum up support for his Open Society Institute, which has worked to combat drug addiction and fund educational programs in the city since 1998. Soros is to meet with Mayor Martin O'Malley at City Hall today to announce a $10 million grant to support the institute's projects in the city for the next five years. He is also expected to challenge residents to come up with another $20 million.
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NEWS
July 21, 2003
On July 18, 2003, WILLABELLE K. (nee Kyle); beloved wife of the late Frederick G. Gross; devoted mother of Diane W. Gross and Carol Lynn Anderson. Also survived by three grandchildren and four great-grandchildren. Friends may call at the Witzke Funeral Home of Catonsville, Inc., 1630 Edmondson Avenue (1 mile west of beltway exit 14), on Sunday and Monday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M., where services will be held on Tuesday at 11 A.M. Entombment in Gardens of Faith Cemetery.
NEWS
October 9, 2003
On October 5, 2003, DONNA LYNN ANDERSON went home to the Lord after a long illness, the gift of organ donation extended her life 18 years, she was a double heart transplant recipient, loving daughter of Dorys Anderson and the late Donald Anderson, dear sister of Douglas Anderson. A Memorial Service will be held in the family owned Ruck Towson Funeral Home Inc., 1050 York Road (beltway exit 26A) on Saturday, October 11, 2003, at 3 P.M. In lieu of flowers, please make memorial contributions to Heart Transplant Foundation Inc., POB 5572, Timonium, MD, 21094-5572.
NEWS
August 29, 2005
At the Carroll County commissioners' cabinet meeting, Lt. A. Dean Richardson, commander of the state police barracks in Westminster, detailed a list of enforcement initiatives scheduled for Labor Day weekend. They include sobriety checkpoints, saturation patrols to snag speeders and a major warrant roundup to find those who have avoided prosecution. At least 25 additional troopers will be on county roads throughout the three-day weekend, he said. Richard Soisson, county director of recreation and parks, followed the lieutenant during the roundtable discussion.
NEWS
May 12, 2005
BALTIMORE Soros asks $20 million match from residents George Soros - a billionaire who has used his riches to fund social and political causes - came to Baltimore yesterday to drum up support for his Open Society Institute, which has worked to combat drug addiction and fund educational programs in the city since 1998. Soros is to meet with Mayor Martin O'Malley at City Hall today to announce a $10 million grant to support the institute's projects in the city for the next five years. He is also expected to challenge residents to come up with another $20 million.
NEWS
February 7, 2005
No legal immunity The defense attorney apologized at the start of the murder trial for his bad cold. The jurors had coughs, so throaty and hacking that the judge inquired several times whether anyone needed water. And court staff, victims' family members and police detectives were all swapping throat lozenges. But if anyone needed more circumstantial evidence of the various viruses and flus circulating, Baltimore County Deputy State's Attorney Stephen Bailey provided it Wednesday afternoon.
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By Lynn Anderson and Lynn Anderson,Sun reporter | February 4, 2008
Six people, including a toddler, were taken to area hospitals yesterday morning after firefighters removed them from a house in North Baltimore that was filled with carbon monoxide gas leaking from a malfunctioning water heater and furnace. Firefighters were called to the house in the 2000 block of Ramblewood Road in the city's Ramblewood neighborhood about 9:30 a.m., said department spokesman Chief Kevin Cartwright. Someone inside the house used a cell phone to call 911, he said. The victims, who ranged in age from 33 years to 17 months, were expected to survive, even though they had high levels of carbon monoxide in their blood systems at the time of their rescue, Cartwright said.
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