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May 20, 2008
On May 16, 2008, GEORGE ALBERT MALLET, 87; beloved husband of the late June Mallet father of Sharon A. Mallet of Pasadena, MD; brother of Roger Mallet, Lucien Mallet, Marie Jean Heerd and Claudine Mareels; grandfather of six and great-grandfather of six. Funeral mass 11 A.M., on Wednesday, May 21, 2008 at St. Peter's Catholic Church, 5319 Ocean Gateway, Queenstown, MD, 21658. A visitation Tuesday, May 20, 2008 at the Fellows Helfenbein and Newnam Funeral Home, P.A., 106 Shamrock Road, Chester, MD, 21619 from 6 to 8 P.M. Interment will be private.
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By Jonathan Pitts, The Baltimore Sun | March 3, 2013
Nick Markakis, Adam Jones and the other Orioles get four months off between baseball seasons. Joe Flacco, Ray Rice and the world champion Ravens have five months to go before training camp begins. Big-time athletes, after all, need a chance to rest their bodies and minds after the rigors of a long campaign. Then there are the white-clad competitors at Ginger Cove. "We don't want an off-season. We like to keep our skills sharp," says Bill Krause, the 91-year-old Imperial Wicket, or captain, of the croquet club at the retirement community in Annapolis.
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January 21, 2004
On Saturday January 17, 2004, MARGUERITE "MARGE" MALLET of Ferndale, MD., and previous 20 year resident of Stevensville, MD., died of cancer at North Arundel Hospital, she was 51. She is survived by her parents George and June Mallet of Stevensville, MD , one sister Sharon Oswald Mallet of Pasadena, MD., along with 3 nephews, 3 nieces and 4 grand nieces. She was predeceased by her sister Denise Marshner in 1992. A Mass of Christian Burial will be offered on Tuesday January 20, 2003 at 11:00 A.M. at St. Christopher's Catholic Church, 1861 Harbor Drive, Chester, MD. The family will receive friends Tuesday morning at the Fellows, Helfenbein & Newman Funeral Home, 106 Shamrock Rd., Chester, MD., from 9:30 A.M. to 10:30 A.M. Private committal services will be held at a later date at the Stevensville Cemetery.
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By Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | February 17, 2012
  For her review in Friday's Live section, Kit Waskom Pollard took a trip up to Fallston to visit The Mallet  Located on the busy intersection of Bel Air and Mountain roads, The Mallet is a combination fine dining/crab house/martini lounge/tiki bar establishment, which wants to be "a destination for the residents of Bel Air and Harford County," Pollard writes, "whether they're looking for crabs with the kids, a nice...
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By Kit Waskom Pollard, Special to The Baltimore Sun | February 15, 2012
The building at the corner of Belair and Mountain Roads in Fallston has a reputation as one of those spots where no restaurant seems able to survive. Tony Ashe, owner and general manager of the Mallet, the newest restaurant at the location, hopes to change all that with his combination fine dining/crab house/martini lounge/tiki bar establishment. In the dining room, tasty if traditional steak and seafood dishes and friendly service suggest the Mallet might be the restaurant that breaks through on this corner.
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By Michael James and Michael James,Sun Staff Writer | May 5, 1994
A Baltimore police officer shot a motorist in the face -- critically wounding him -- after the man charged toward him with an iron mallet in Southeast Baltimore, a police spokesman said.The injured man, Michael A. McCormick, 39, of the 1900 block of Ramblewood Road in Northeast Baltimore was in critical condition last night at the Johns Hopkins Hospital. Police said they initially tried to stop Mr. McCormick's charge by spraying him with chemical Mace, but he was unaffected.Police spokesman Doug Price said Mr. McCormick had been involved in a minor two-car accident on O'Donnell Street near the Interstate 95 exit when Officers Darryle Blake, 21, and Reginald McNeill, 23, arrived to investigate about 5:40 p.m.Mr.
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By ROB KASPER | July 5, 2006
How you crack the claws of your steamed blue crab says a lot about where you live. If you use a wooden mallet, wielding this so-called crab hammer, then more than likely you reside west of the Bay Bridge. If you use a knife, then chances are good you live on the Shore, east of the Bay Bridge. That is what I learned after talking with a handful of experienced crab eaters on both sides of the bay. There are exceptions to this Bay Bridge rule. The most notable one is Ocean City, a mallet stronghold.
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By Laura Barnhardt and Laura Barnhardt,SUN STAFF | February 5, 2002
Two Glen Burnie men were robbing a Howard County teen-ager at gunpoint when the weapon went off as the victim was struck, a prosecution witness testified yesterday in the men's murder trial. Gerald Carvell Wallace hit the teen-ager with the gun, which then fired the fatal shot, said the witness, George Scott. "It was pow - just like that," Scott said, testifying in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court in the trial of Wallace and Keith Lamont Mallet. Wallace, 24, and Mallet, 21, are standing trial together on charges of first-degree murder in the October 2000 death of Jerome Isaiah Johnson, 18, in Pasadena's Freetown neighborhood.
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By Laura Barnhardt and Laura Barnhardt,SUN STAFF | February 7, 2002
An Anne Arundel County jury is expected to come back with verdicts today for two Glen Burnie men accused in the fatal shooting of a Howard County teen in Pasadena during an attempted robbery in October 2000. After deliberating for six hours yesterday, the jury was sent home last night. The verdicts hinge on whether jurors believe a prosecution witness who testified that he saw Jerome Isaiah Johnson, 18, of Columbia shot near his girlfriend's home in the Freetown neighborhood. In their closing arguments yesterday, lawyers for George C. Wallace, 24, and Keith Lamont Mallet, 21, argued that the witness was the killer.
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By Jay Merwin and Jay Merwin,Evening Sun Staff | September 30, 1991
Daniel Heligoin and Montaine Mallet are a couple who dance closer than most others would dare. They go wingtip to wingtip in the air, in his and her stunt aircraft, while loudspeakers blare a waltz from the ground.As crowds at the Upper Chesapeake Air Show watched yesterday from the Martin State Airport, the couple flew in tandem, climbing and diving with their wings almost touching. When they parted, each did mirror image loop-the-loops, then came out of their respective circles flying low and straight at each other.
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By Kit Waskom Pollard, Special to The Baltimore Sun | February 15, 2012
The building at the corner of Belair and Mountain Roads in Fallston has a reputation as one of those spots where no restaurant seems able to survive. Tony Ashe, owner and general manager of the Mallet, the newest restaurant at the location, hopes to change all that with his combination fine dining/crab house/martini lounge/tiki bar establishment. In the dining room, tasty if traditional steak and seafood dishes and friendly service suggest the Mallet might be the restaurant that breaks through on this corner.
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By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | November 30, 2011
How many cars do you reckon pass each day through the intersection of Mountain Road and Belair Road in Fallston? Tony Ashe says about 85,000 cars, give or take a Buick, are swinging near the Mallet Restaurant and Crabhouse , his new multilevel, multipurpose establishment on this well-traveled stretch of Harford County. This crossroads has been home to a long succession of restaurants and roadhouses, most notably Pecora's , a nightclub that hosted acts like the Four Tops, Vic Damone and Frank Sinatra Jr. Its prime location is just one reason why Ashe, the head of an ownership consortium, is bullish on the Mallet's prospects.
NEWS
May 20, 2008
On May 16, 2008, GEORGE ALBERT MALLET, 87; beloved husband of the late June Mallet father of Sharon A. Mallet of Pasadena, MD; brother of Roger Mallet, Lucien Mallet, Marie Jean Heerd and Claudine Mareels; grandfather of six and great-grandfather of six. Funeral mass 11 A.M., on Wednesday, May 21, 2008 at St. Peter's Catholic Church, 5319 Ocean Gateway, Queenstown, MD, 21658. A visitation Tuesday, May 20, 2008 at the Fellows Helfenbein and Newnam Funeral Home, P.A., 106 Shamrock Road, Chester, MD, 21619 from 6 to 8 P.M. Interment will be private.
NEWS
August 9, 2006
Whose ragged claws are those scuttling across the floor of the Chesapeake Bay? After learning that two Chinese mitten crabs were caught near the mouth of the Patapsco River, state marine biologists are wondering if the interlopers merely hitched rides into Maryland waters aboard tankers or are part of a larger established invasion that might throw the bay's ecosystem out of kilter. Great. Just what the Chesapeake needs. Remember the snakehead fish? The zebra mussel? The rodent-like nutria?
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By LINELL SMITH and LINELL SMITH,SUN REPORTER | July 29, 2006
Steamed crabs are the great social equalizer, says Courtney Capute. "There's simply no way you can keep up appearances when you're eating with your hands and smearing crabs on everything you touch," the Fells Point resident says. "Crab feasts break down barriers." Twenty years ago, Courtney and her husband, Arnold, created the first Apple Alley Crab Feast with neighbors Darcy and Charlie Norton. What better way to unite renters and homeowners - groups who often disagreed on community matters - than in the spirit of feasting and Old Bay?
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By ROB KASPER | July 5, 2006
How you crack the claws of your steamed blue crab says a lot about where you live. If you use a wooden mallet, wielding this so-called crab hammer, then more than likely you reside west of the Bay Bridge. If you use a knife, then chances are good you live on the Shore, east of the Bay Bridge. That is what I learned after talking with a handful of experienced crab eaters on both sides of the bay. There are exceptions to this Bay Bridge rule. The most notable one is Ocean City, a mallet stronghold.
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By Laura Barnhardt and Laura Barnhardt,SUN STAFF | February 8, 2002
Two Glen Burnie men were found guilty of first-degree felony murder yesterday in the October 2000 shooting of a teen-ager in Pasadena. An Anne Arundel County Circuit Court jury deliberated for nearly 12 hours over two days before finding Gerald Carvell Wallace, 24, and Keith Lamont Mallet, 21, guilty in the shooting death of Jerome Isaiah Johnson, 18, of Columbia during an attempted robbery in Pasadena's Freetown neighborhood. Assistant State's Attorney Kathleen E. Rogers said jurors were convinced by physical evidence that corroborated everything the prosecution's witness, George Scott, 24, of Annapolis, said during the trial.
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By PHOTOS BY NANINE HARTZENBUSCH and PHOTOS BY NANINE HARTZENBUSCH,SUN PHOTOGRAPHER | April 26, 2006
The Naval Academy was served a resounding 5-0 defeat Sunday in the 24th annual croquet match against St. John's College. The midshipmen, clad in white sweaters and slacks, did not live up to hopes that they might build on last spring's victory over the Johnnies, who wore "Back in the USSR" T-shirts featuring a croquet mallet and a sickle. "We wanted to rattle the Navy team," said the Johnnies' imperial wicket, or captain, Matt Mangold. "After they won last year, they were cheering and chanting, `USA, USA!
FEATURES
By KEVIN COWHERD | June 7, 2004
YOU'RE NEW in town and someone has invited you over to eat steamed crabs, and now you're stressing. You're thinking: Crabs? Gee, I don't know how to eat crabs. All I know is, they throw a big pile of 'em on some newspapers, give you a mallet and a plastic knife. Then what do you do? See? You're getting yourself all worked up. There's nothing to eating crabs. As a public service, we can walk you through it right now. Let's imagine you're sitting in front of that big pile of crabs, OK?
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