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By Jeff Barker and Jeff Barker,Sun Reporter | February 22, 2008
WASHINGTON -- For years, they had met over sandwiches and Bloody Marys at tailgate parties before their sons' games. But yesterday, parents of the 2006 Duke lacrosse team gathered for a more somber purpose: to announce a federal court suit against the university and others for "tremendous suffering" endured after three players were falsely accused of sexually assaulting a woman at a party. The suit, brought by 38 members of the 2006 team and nine family members, accuses Duke of abandoning the players and ignoring evidence that, according to the families, showed that the rape allegations were manufactured.
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By Alan Widmann | January 1, 1991
Dennis Edwards was nicknamed "Instant Offense" for his sixth-man role at Annapolis last season.The 6-foot-5 leaper averaged 11.6 points in 16 minutes per game, as the Panthers swept to their first state championship under coach John Brady.Edwards capped his junior season by entering the Class 4A final at the three-minute mark and scoring 14 first-half points (of 22 total) on a series of spectacular baseline drives.It was a major contribution to the 106-102 victory over favored defending champion High Point, but Edwards was not satisfied.
NEWS
November 22, 2009
On November 17, 2009, PAMELA. Friends may call at the CHATMAN-HARRIS FUNERAL HOME, 5240 Reisterstown Road, Monday 1 to 8 P.M. The family will receive friends at the above chapel Tuesday 11:00 A.M. Funeral service will begin 11:30 A.M. Interment Mount Zion Cemetery.
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By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | September 26, 2011
Saturday was a busy day. There was the book festival and Legacy Chase and Big in Japan and Height with Friends, and the list goes on and on . Where were you? Did you make it to the Deadmau5 show in Silver Spring earlier in the week? How did it compare to his set at Virgin FreeFest ? This week, the big acts are Chris Brown and a pair of iconic 90s indie musicians, Jeff Mangum and Stephen Malkmus. Elsewhere, there is: Gunky's Basement, Shellac, the Nintendo Challenge Level 3, Second City, the Baker Artist Awards and Deep Sugar.
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By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | November 9, 2011
Washington D.C. is getting its own Starscape. Called Fall Massive, the indoor electronic music festival, billed as DC's largest, is set for November 26 at RFK Stadium and boasts dozens of top DJs, including Moby, Diplo, Martin Solveig and Baltimore's own Scottie B. The one-day festival, which starts at 4 p.m. and ends at 2 a.m., is from Steez Promo and Ultraworld, the promoters behind Starscape, which just celebrated its 13th year....
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By Maria Blackburn and Maria Blackburn,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 8, 1999
Terry and Marta Mangum were desperate. The builder they hired to construct their new three-bedroom house in the sleepy Annapolis suburb of Edgewater had disappeared. And what Blair Gilbert of Axxent Building & Construction Inc. left behind was little more than a shack with roughed-in plumbing and electricity. The foundation was crumbling. The walls were out of plumb. Of the $162,600 construction loan made to the Mangums, which Gilbert had drawn upon, only $20,000 remained.
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By Edward Lee | December 21, 2001
Two members of the No. 7 Glen Burnie girls basketball team have been suspended for violating team rules. Coach Dan Mangum Sr. declined last night to elaborate on what rules senior and starting center Alicia Carr and junior backup center Desiree Scardina broke, but said that they would be suspended indefinitely until school officials decided what to do.
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By Brent Jones | January 21, 2008
Ruth Naomi Ingrassia, an adviser to international students for more than 30 years at the Community College of Baltimore County, died of ovarian cancer Wednesday at Harbor Hospital. The Glen Burnie resident was 68. The eldest of five children, Ruth Naomi Guy was born and raised in South Baltimore. She attended Southern High and met her future husband, Donald I. Mangum, at age 15. The couple married a year later and raised three children in Brooklyn Park before divorcing in 1974. In 1976, she married Frank Ingrassia and began her work at the Community College of Baltimore County that year.
NEWS
March 8, 2006
Jenna Rykiel, Glen Burnie SPORT Basketball GIRLS STATS -- Rykiel averaged only 4.5 points per game, but the point guard dished out 4.2 assists. The junior was a leader on a young team that went 8-15, and Glen Burnie girls basketball coach Dan Mangum said she "is like a coach on the floor." SIDELINES -- A three-sport athlete, Rykiel also plays varsity volleyball and lacrosse and maintains a weighted 4.63 grade point average while taking Advanced Placement courses. The captain of the basketball team, Rykiel is also a member of the dance club, works part-time as a hostess and is involved in volunteer work at her church.
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By SPORTSTICKER | December 19, 1996
Hall of Fame coach Joe Gibbs is denying a report on WJLA-TV in Washington that has him returning to the NFL as general manager and coach of the Atlanta Falcons.Cindy Mangum, an assistant to Gibbs at North Carolina-based Joe Gibbs Racing, told SportsTicker last night, "I called Joe in the car, he laughed heartily and said, 'You can tell them I'm in my car and not headed to Atlanta and there is no truth to that.' "WJLA's report cited two unidentified sources. Gibbs has been out of the NFL for four years.
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