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August 2, 2006
On Sunday, July 30, 2006, PATRICIA ELAINE MADIGAN, age 65, lost her battle with pancreatic cancer. She was the beloved sister of Zeta Mae Bazzano and Christopher Francis Sinsko; loving mother of Paul Matthew Madigan, Timothy Patrick Madigan and Karen Madigan Macfarlane; devoted grandmother of Jamie Madigan Macfarlane, Edward Passano Macfarlane and Paige Boteler Macfarlane. A memorial service will be held at St Vincent de Paul located at 120 North Front Street, Baltimore, MD. on Thursday August 3rd at 11:00 A.M. In lieu of flowers, please send contributions to the University of Maryland Greenebaum Cancer Center at 410-328-6841.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Sam Sessa and Sam Sessa,Sun Reporter | October 12, 2006
Kathleen Madigan took up comedy as a way to make money until she landed a better day job. Waiting tables and working as a journalist in St. Louis, Madigan started telling jokes for a living in her mid-20s. Now, two decades later, she looks back in disbelief at her successful comedy career. "I feel like I've skated through 20 years," Madigan said in a recent phone interview. She comes to the Recher Theatre for two shows tomorrow night. "I keep waiting for somebody to go, `OK, we've found out, and you have to get a real job now," she said.
NEWS
By Melissa Harris and Melissa Harris,melissa.harris@baltsun.com | April 29, 2009
Baltimore police and prosecutors have acknowledged charging an innocent teenager in the August 2008 shooting and robbery of a customer inside a Northeast Baltimore Chinese carryout - a crime that drew outrage from Mayor Sheila Dixon after surveillance video showed two girls laughing during the holdup and customers stepping over the victim to get food. Seven months after bringing indictments in the case, city prosecutors dropped the charges against one of the two suspects, Darren Brown, 17, of the 3300 block of Ellerslie Ave. Last week, they charged the second suspect's cousin, Kevin Johnson, 15, of the 2700 block of Tivoly Ave., as an adult in the crime.
NEWS
January 31, 2006
On January 30, 2006 GERALDINELORRAINE BONSAL of Woodstock, beloved wife of the late Albert Ritchie Bonsal, Sr.; devoted mother of Albert Ritchie Bonsal Jr. and David Brian Bonsal and his wife Brenda; dear sister of Dolores Pica, Margaret Banks, Elizabeth Newman, Paul W. Madigan, Carl F. Madigan and Phyllis Wladkowski and the late Edward Madigan, Jr. and the late Robert E. Madigan; loving grandmother of Heather Bonsal, Holly Bonnell and her husband Chris,...
NEWS
By Los Angeles Times | January 26, 1991
WASHINGTON -- President Bush announced yesterday his selection of Edward Madigan, a veteran Republican congressman from the Illinois farm belt, to be the new secretary of agriculture.Mr. Madigan, 55, a popular 19-year veteran of the House, was described by associates as a low-key political moderate adept at bipartisan consensus-building. If confirmed by the Senate, he will succeed Clayton K. Yeutter, who was elected chairman of the Republican National Committee yesterday.Mr. Bush, introducing Mr. Madigan at a televised news conference, said he had distinguished himself as "an aggressive leader on all agricultural issues" while serving as the ranking Republican member of the House Agriculture Committee.
NEWS
By Los Angeles Times | October 10, 1991
MOSCOW -- With food lines lengthening in major Soviet cities and winter fast approaching, Soviet President Mikhail S. Gorbachev formally presented a detailed request to the United States for emergency food assistance yesterday at a Kremlin meeting with U.S. Agriculture Secretary Edward R. Madigan.The details of Gorbachev's request, which U.S. officials said included specific dollar figures and tonnage amounts for each type of food the Soviets want from the West, were not disclosed, and the Bush administration has not yet decided exactly how much to give.
BUSINESS
By CHICAGO TRIBUNE | July 26, 2001
Dennis J. FitzSimons, executive vice president of Tribune Co., has been appointed president and chief operating officer of the Chicago-based media company. In addition, Jack Fuller, president of Tribune Publishing Co., has been elected to Tribune's board of directors. Both appointments were approved by the company's board Tuesday and are effective immediately. FitzSimons, 51, succeeds John W. Madigan as president. Madigan, who is 64, will continue as Tribune's chairman and chief executive officer.
NEWS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | November 16, 1997
WASHINGTON -- Complaining about "a rather dismal record of delay," the Senate committee investigating campaign finance abuses has demanded that the White House turn over 70 additional videotapes of President Clinton and Vice President Al Gore attending fund-raising events at the White House and around the country.Since Oct. 29, the committee, led by Sen. Fred Thompson, a Tennessee Republican, has sought the videotapes, including tapes of two White House coffees that the committee's lawyers said they learned about only this week.
BUSINESS
By Jay Hancock | June 29, 2008
Recently I wrote that Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan accused Edison Mission Energy of perpetuating suspicious electricity trading patterns on the Mid-Atlantic grid - patterns that Edison had told regulators it ceased in April 2006. Combing through data kept by PJM Interconnection, which manages the grid for Maryland and a dozen other states, Madigan and consultant Robert McCullough identified plants they said were Edison's that seemed to be withholding power from the market in a possible attempt to drive up prices.
NEWS
January 16, 2009
Man, 25, gets life sentence for killing teenager in 2007 A 25-year-old man was sentenced yesterday to life in prison in the August 2007 killing of a teenager whose burning body was found in a Baltimore County park. Prosecutors said Christopher D. Johnson, of the 4000 block of W. Garrison Ave., and several accomplices believed that Glen Michael Stewart, 17, intended to provide police with incriminating evidence about a robbery. Stewart was shot and his body set afire in a wooded area of Villa Nova Park.
NEWS
October 22, 2008
On October 20, 2008, Maria A. Besnoska). Beloved wife of James W. (Jim) Madigan. Dear mother of Kimberly Ann Madigan and Kathleen M. Floyd. Grandmother of Madigan L. and Gabrielle A. Horne. Friends may call at the family owned GONCE FUNERAL SERVICE P.A., 4001 Ritchie Highway, on Thursday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial in St. Athanasius Church on Friday at 1 P.M. Interment in Maryland Veterans Cemtery Crownsville, MD.
BUSINESS
By Jay Hancock | June 29, 2008
Recently I wrote that Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan accused Edison Mission Energy of perpetuating suspicious electricity trading patterns on the Mid-Atlantic grid - patterns that Edison had told regulators it ceased in April 2006. Combing through data kept by PJM Interconnection, which manages the grid for Maryland and a dozen other states, Madigan and consultant Robert McCullough identified plants they said were Edison's that seemed to be withholding power from the market in a possible attempt to drive up prices.
BUSINESS
By JAY HANCOCK | June 20, 2008
Two days ago, Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan said she had evidence a company called Edison Mission Energy continued a suspicious pattern of wholesale electricity trading long after it claimed to have stopped. Why does this matter to Maryland? Edison Mission sells electricity to the PJM grid, which stretches from the East Coast to Illinois. Potential price manipulation by Edison Mission or any other electricity producer in a deregulated marketplace can reap hundreds of millions in improper profits and raise prices for everybody who gets their power off the grid.
NEWS
By Paul Moore and Paul Moore,Public Editor | April 8, 2007
Dennis J. FitzSimons, the chairman and chief executive officer of The Sun's parent company, was visibly relieved Monday when he told 20,000 Tribune employees that a protracted search for a buyer for the company had finally ended. As many of the more than 1,200 who work at The Sun joined thousands watching on closed-circuit TV, FitzSimons explained that the company had in fact found two buyers - Sam Zell, a Chicago businessman who made billions in commercial real estate, and the employees of Tribune itself.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sam Sessa and Sam Sessa,Sun Reporter | October 12, 2006
Kathleen Madigan took up comedy as a way to make money until she landed a better day job. Waiting tables and working as a journalist in St. Louis, Madigan started telling jokes for a living in her mid-20s. Now, two decades later, she looks back in disbelief at her successful comedy career. "I feel like I've skated through 20 years," Madigan said in a recent phone interview. She comes to the Recher Theatre for two shows tomorrow night. "I keep waiting for somebody to go, `OK, we've found out, and you have to get a real job now," she said.
BUSINESS
By JAY HANCOCK | June 20, 2008
Two days ago, Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan said she had evidence a company called Edison Mission Energy continued a suspicious pattern of wholesale electricity trading long after it claimed to have stopped. Why does this matter to Maryland? Edison Mission sells electricity to the PJM grid, which stretches from the East Coast to Illinois. Potential price manipulation by Edison Mission or any other electricity producer in a deregulated marketplace can reap hundreds of millions in improper profits and raise prices for everybody who gets their power off the grid.
NEWS
January 31, 2006
On January 30, 2006 GERALDINELORRAINE BONSAL of Woodstock, beloved wife of the late Albert Ritchie Bonsal, Sr.; devoted mother of Albert Ritchie Bonsal Jr. and David Brian Bonsal and his wife Brenda; dear sister of Dolores Pica, Margaret Banks, Elizabeth Newman, Paul W. Madigan, Carl F. Madigan and Phyllis Wladkowski and the late Edward Madigan, Jr. and the late Robert E. Madigan; loving grandmother of Heather Bonsal, Holly Bonnell and her husband Chris,...
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