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July 11, 2012
James and Teresa Crumpler, of Forest Hill, announce the engagement of their daughter, Jamie Teresa Crumpler, to Christopher Sean Kalck, son of Lawrence and Geraldine Kalck, of Fallston. Crumpler is a 1997 graduate of Fallston High School and a 2001 graduate of Towson University, where she earned a bachelor of science in mass communications. She is an executive assistant with Constellation in Baltimore. Kalck is a 1995 graduate of Fallston High School and a 1999 graduate of Goucher College, where he earned a bachelor of arts in applied mathematics.
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July 11, 2012
James and Teresa Crumpler, of Forest Hill, announce the engagement of their daughter, Jamie Teresa Crumpler, to Christopher Sean Kalck, son of Lawrence and Geraldine Kalck, of Fallston. Crumpler is a 1997 graduate of Fallston High School and a 2001 graduate of Towson University, where she earned a bachelor of science in mass communications. She is an executive assistant with Constellation in Baltimore. Kalck is a 1995 graduate of Fallston High School and a 1999 graduate of Goucher College, where he earned a bachelor of arts in applied mathematics.
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By Danny Baker | August 8, 2003
Hugh Smith Position: Wide receiver/return specialist College: South Florida Who he is: Signed by the Ravens in May as a rookie free agent, Smith, who switched from running back to wide receiver as a sophomore at USF, had 131 career receptions for 1,523 yards and 10 touchdowns. An open-field threat, he was the school's Offensive Playmaker of the Year as a junior after his four receiving TDs tied him for the team lead. Smith majored in mass communications. On his first NFL training camp: "It's exciting to be with such a great organization.
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April 13, 2005
Ability to contribute key to getting good job Q. How does someone re-enter the work force full time after being employed part time and raising children and not get stuck in low-level administrative jobs? M.T., Towson A: Confidence in what one is able to do, assertiveness to articulate that confidence, a thorough knowledge of the company (and possibly an open position), and ability to communicate your potential to contribute to the company's mission and values are some of the important principles to keep in mind as you prepare to re-enter.
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June 26, 2000
Group offers workshop on starting a business Service Corps of Retired Executives Chapter 390 has openings for its one-day workshop, "How to Start and Manage Your Own Business," scheduled for July 18 in Annapolis. Six key steps in starting up will be presented by six experienced speakers during the program from 8:45 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the second-floor Chesapeake Room of the Heritage Office Complex, 2664 Riva Road. The fee is $35, and class size is limited to 27 people. The SCORE chapter offers free counseling in Anne Arundel, Calvert, Charles and St. Mary's counties, in addition to the workshops, for people already engaged in or thinking about starting a small business.
NEWS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | June 16, 1999
JONESBORO, Ga. -- Just before he was sentenced to life in prison for a rape he did not commit, Calvin Johnson Jr. told the judge that his moment of redemption would come."
NEWS
By MICHAEL OLESKER | September 14, 1993
Ninety million adult Americans are pronounced deficient in reading and writing skills, and we're shocked? Not me. I think I knew most of those Americans when they were in college.For much of a decade, I taught mass communications at a local university which shall not be named here, except to say it's located on York Road in the heart of Towson. I don't blame the school. I'm not sure I blame the kids, either. But the simple truth is: They had literacy skills which made me fear for the future of the written word.
NEWS
April 13, 2005
Ability to contribute key to getting good job Q. How does someone re-enter the work force full time after being employed part time and raising children and not get stuck in low-level administrative jobs? M.T., Towson A: Confidence in what one is able to do, assertiveness to articulate that confidence, a thorough knowledge of the company (and possibly an open position), and ability to communicate your potential to contribute to the company's mission and values are some of the important principles to keep in mind as you prepare to re-enter.
SPORTS
By Paul McMullen | January 3, 1992
As his recuperation progressed, Devin Boyd's inclination to sit out the rest of this basketball season heightened.A senior guard from Walbrook High, Boyd yesterday made official what has been expected at Towson State for the past month: He will not play again this season, and instead will apply for a medical hardship from the NCAA and rejoin the Tigers for the 1992-93 season.Boyd suffered a fracture in his right elbow midway through the second half of Towson State's season opener at Colorado.
NEWS
By GWYNNE DYER | June 24, 1992
London -- It is Ross Perot's promotion of the electronic plebiscite as a tool of government that really rings alarm bells for the establishment pundits. They may have forgotten more than they ever knew, but mother's warnings about strange men peddling referendums still echo in their minds. Listen, for example, to Anthony Lewis, a columnist for the New York Times:''The 'electronic town hall' is Mr. Perot's idea. Every so often he would put on a television program about an issue: how to deal with the budget deficit, say. His people, congressmen and others would argue different views.
SPORTS
By Danny Baker | August 8, 2003
Hugh Smith Position: Wide receiver/return specialist College: South Florida Who he is: Signed by the Ravens in May as a rookie free agent, Smith, who switched from running back to wide receiver as a sophomore at USF, had 131 career receptions for 1,523 yards and 10 touchdowns. An open-field threat, he was the school's Offensive Playmaker of the Year as a junior after his four receiving TDs tied him for the team lead. Smith majored in mass communications. On his first NFL training camp: "It's exciting to be with such a great organization.
NEWS
June 26, 2000
Group offers workshop on starting a business Service Corps of Retired Executives Chapter 390 has openings for its one-day workshop, "How to Start and Manage Your Own Business," scheduled for July 18 in Annapolis. Six key steps in starting up will be presented by six experienced speakers during the program from 8:45 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the second-floor Chesapeake Room of the Heritage Office Complex, 2664 Riva Road. The fee is $35, and class size is limited to 27 people. The SCORE chapter offers free counseling in Anne Arundel, Calvert, Charles and St. Mary's counties, in addition to the workshops, for people already engaged in or thinking about starting a small business.
NEWS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | June 16, 1999
JONESBORO, Ga. -- Just before he was sentenced to life in prison for a rape he did not commit, Calvin Johnson Jr. told the judge that his moment of redemption would come."
NEWS
By MICHAEL OLESKER | September 14, 1993
Ninety million adult Americans are pronounced deficient in reading and writing skills, and we're shocked? Not me. I think I knew most of those Americans when they were in college.For much of a decade, I taught mass communications at a local university which shall not be named here, except to say it's located on York Road in the heart of Towson. I don't blame the school. I'm not sure I blame the kids, either. But the simple truth is: They had literacy skills which made me fear for the future of the written word.
NEWS
By GWYNNE DYER | June 24, 1992
London -- It is Ross Perot's promotion of the electronic plebiscite as a tool of government that really rings alarm bells for the establishment pundits. They may have forgotten more than they ever knew, but mother's warnings about strange men peddling referendums still echo in their minds. Listen, for example, to Anthony Lewis, a columnist for the New York Times:''The 'electronic town hall' is Mr. Perot's idea. Every so often he would put on a television program about an issue: how to deal with the budget deficit, say. His people, congressmen and others would argue different views.
SPORTS
By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Evening Sun Staff B | January 3, 1992
As his recuperation progressed, Devin Boyd's inclination to sit out the rest of this basketball season heightened.A senior guard from Walbrook High, Boyd yesterday made official what has been expected at Towson State for the past month: He will not play again this season, and instead will apply for a medical hardship from the NCAA and rejoin the Tigers for the 1992-93 season.Boyd suffered a fracture in his right elbow midway through the second half of Towson State's season opener at Colorado.
SPORTS
By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Evening Sun Staff B | January 3, 1992
As his recuperation progressed, Devin Boyd's inclination to sit out the rest of this basketball season heightened.A senior guard from Walbrook High, Boyd yesterday made official what has been expected at Towson State for the past month: He will not play again this season, and instead will apply for a medical hardship from the NCAA and rejoin the Tigers for the 1992-93 season.Boyd suffered a fracture in his right elbow midway through the second half of Towson State's season opener at Colorado.
NEWS
By Justin George, The Baltimore Sun | August 25, 2014
Autopsy results showing that Morgan State University football player Marquese Meadow died of heat stroke have prompted his mother to question whether coaches and trainers monitored the heat at practice or gave players enough water breaks. Meadow, an 18-year-old freshman from Washington, D.C., died early Sunday after being hospitalized for two weeks. School officials said he became disoriented after an Aug. 10 football practice. His death has been ruled accidental, said Bruce Goldfarb, spokesman for the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.
SPORTS
By Paul McMullen | January 3, 1992
As his recuperation progressed, Devin Boyd's inclination to sit out the rest of this basketball season heightened.A senior guard from Walbrook High, Boyd yesterday made official what has been expected at Towson State for the past month: He will not play again this season, and instead will apply for a medical hardship from the NCAA and rejoin the Tigers for the 1992-93 season.Boyd suffered a fracture in his right elbow midway through the second half of Towson State's season opener at Colorado.
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