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April 1, 1992
A number of readers have asked to see State Special Prosecutor Stephen Montanarelli's report on the Hickman-Markle investigation.As apublic service, The Carroll County Sun has a copy available for public viewing (sorry, we cannot provide individual photocopies) during our normal business hours, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays, at 15 E. Main St., Winchester Exchange, Westminster.
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By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | October 25, 2013
The latest program from the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is as safe as it comes - an old-fashioned mix of 19th-century fare. But with one of the BSO's regular guests, German-born conductor Jun Markl, back on the podium, you can count on considerable energy and sensitivity to give the familiar fare a good jolt. Those qualities are also much in evidence from the other guest for this program, German-Canadian cellist Johannes Moser, in his BSO debut. On Thursday night at the Music Center at Strathmore, Markl got things started with a genial account of Dvorak's lovely Serenade for Strings.
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NEWS
June 13, 2006
Thomas J. Markle, a retired locomotive engineer and longtime Reisterstown resident, died of cancer Thursday at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. He was 81. Mr. Markle was born and raised in Hanover, Pa., and had a public school education. During World War II, he served with an Army artillery unit in the Pacific. After the war, Mr. Markle began his railroad career as a fireman with the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad and later was promoted to engineer. He worked in freight service and handled runs between Brunswick, Bay View Yards in Baltimore and Philadelphia.
NEWS
June 13, 2006
Thomas J. Markle, a retired locomotive engineer and longtime Reisterstown resident, died of cancer Thursday at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. He was 81. Mr. Markle was born and raised in Hanover, Pa., and had a public school education. During World War II, he served with an Army artillery unit in the Pacific. After the war, Mr. Markle began his railroad career as a fireman with the Baltimore & Ohio Railroad and later was promoted to engineer. He worked in freight service and handled runs between Brunswick, Bay View Yards in Baltimore and Philadelphia.
NEWS
March 8, 1992
It took 16 months, but the state's special prosecutor has completed his investigation into allegations that State's Attorney Thomas E. Hickman improperly released a police report detailing a drug search of a car belonging to the former campaign chairman of his rival in the bitter 1990 campaign. While the report says no laws were broken, the prosecutor did say Hickman released the report for "political advantage" and caused Scott W. Markle to be depicted "as a criminal without benefit of a trial."
NEWS
By Edward H. Shur | March 15, 1992
"O my offense is rank, it smells to heaven," King Claudius of Denmark says guiltily about his evil deeds in Act III of William Shakespeare's "Hamlet".Carroll countians know about rank smells, and I'm not -- this time -- talking about the sludge spread as fertilizer on farms.This particular stench has been rising for 16 months, dating backto the 1990 race for the Carroll County State's Attorney's Office. Plenty of fertilizer was spread during one of the most bitter, mud-slinging campaigns in county history.
FEATURES
By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,Theater Critic | May 3, 1992
Actor Stephen Markle calls himself "a migratory arts worker."In other words, home is wherever he finds himself on stage or in front of a camera. And though the 46-year-old actor's credits range from Broadway to starring roles with the New York Shakespeare Festival to the daytime soaps, these days home is Center Stage.However, while Markle may lack a permanent residence -- he recently bid farewell to Los Angeles after two years -- he has managed to inhabit several major theatrical roles on a repeat basis.
NEWS
By Maria Archangelo and Greg Tasker and Maria Archangelo and Greg Tasker,Staff writers | November 18, 1990
Scott Markle, the president of the Carroll Democratic Club whose investigation by the county drug task force became a hot topic in the final days of the bitter race for county state's attorney, was the third highest vote-getter in the contest.The 29-year-old Taneytown resident received 15 write-in votes.Markle trailed winner Thomas E. Hickman -- the man who released police reports about the investigation to the press -- by 16,176 votes.Democratic challenger Jerry F. Barnes, who defended Markle in the investigation, led Markle by 15,572.
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By Maria Archangelo and Maria Archangelo,Staff writer | October 28, 1990
A former senior assistant state's attorney confirmed Friday that the county drug task force used Scott Markle as an informant on local politicians, but said Democrats were not specific targets.W. Samuel Truette, former head of the Carroll Drug Coordinating Committee, said he met with Markle twice in a secluded park in April to encourage him to provide incriminating information on politicians, including County Commissioner Jeff Griffith.Markle, 29, is the president of the Carroll County Democratic Club and the former campaign chairman for Jerry Barnes, the Democratic challenger in the county state's attorney's race.
NEWS
November 9, 2005
BOYS Loyola's Fitzgerald goes out on top Sport Soccer Senior Akira Fitzgerald closed out a fine four-year career with flawless play in goal last week, leading No. 1 Loyola (15-2-6) to a share of the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference crown after a 0-0 overtime draw with Mount St. Joseph. The two-year captain, who has twice been selected to the All-Metro team, turned back seven shots against the Gaels in 100 minutes of scoreless play. In the Nov. 1 semifinal win over defending league champ McDonogh - won 4-2 on penalty kicks after the teams were tied at 0-0 through two overtimes - he had nine saves, including a key save in the shootout.
FEATURES
By J. WYNN ROUSUCK and J. WYNN ROUSUCK,SUN THEATER CRITIC | September 29, 2005
When the storm rages in Center Stage's production of Shakespeare's King Lear, walls collapse and water pours from the ceiling into a trap door in which Lear dances with his Fool. Lunacy reigns, and far more bleakness and horror are yet to come. Director Irene Lewis' production occupies a surreal landscape where the walls are as askew as The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari and the imagery suggests Beckett or Fellini. This disturbing, even nihilistic, production is set in a place of terrors - filial, fraternal, marital and political.
NEWS
July 27, 2005
BALTIMORE 3 hurt in bus accident improve to fair condition Three of the people most seriously injured in Monday's early-morning Greyhound bus accident on Interstate 95 were upgraded to fair condition yesterday afternoon at Maryland Shock Trauma Center, a hospital spokeswoman said. Two others who were admitted there were discharged. Maryland Transportation Authority Police said they were continuing to investigate the cause of the single-vehicle accident, which occurred shortly after 6 a.m. on the rain-slick highway in East Baltimore.
NEWS
July 29, 2004
On July 19, 2004, MARGARET MARKLE MARQUART of Pickersgill Retirement Community, Towson, MD, beloved wife of the late Harry Marquart and devoted aunt of Carillon B. Copeland of Hamden, CT, K. Jean Van Camp of New Martinsville, WV, William C. Markle of State College, PA, James Markle of State College, PA, Marjorie Clark of Broomall, PA, Janet Gibson of Carlise, PA, Mary Ann Gunther of Warren, PA, David Zook of Golden Valley, MN, and Elizabeth Z. Coleman of...
NEWS
By Darren M. Allen and Darren M. Allen,Staff Writer | December 31, 1992
A prominent Carroll County Democrat, labeled a drug user during the 1990 election campaign, was pressured by a state prosecutor to try to sell marijuana to then-County Commissioner Jeff Griffith, according to a $2 million civil suit in U.S. District Court in Baltimore.The suit was filed by Mr. Griffith, a Westminster attorney who served two terms as a county commissioner. He was running for the state Senate at the time.Mr. Griffith's suit claims that Scott W. Markle, president of the county's Democratic Club, was stopped by members of the Carroll County Drug Coordinating Committee -- the forerunner of today's Carroll County Narcotics Task Force -- in April 1990.
FEATURES
By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,Theater Critic | May 3, 1992
Actor Stephen Markle calls himself "a migratory arts worker."In other words, home is wherever he finds himself on stage or in front of a camera. And though the 46-year-old actor's credits range from Broadway to starring roles with the New York Shakespeare Festival to the daytime soaps, these days home is Center Stage.However, while Markle may lack a permanent residence -- he recently bid farewell to Los Angeles after two years -- he has managed to inhabit several major theatrical roles on a repeat basis.
NEWS
April 1, 1992
A number of readers have asked to see State Special Prosecutor Stephen Montanarelli's report on the Hickman-Markle investigation.As apublic service, The Carroll County Sun has a copy available for public viewing (sorry, we cannot provide individual photocopies) during our normal business hours, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekdays, at 15 E. Main St., Winchester Exchange, Westminster.
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