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February 15, 2005
On February 12, 2005 MARY LOU (nee Turkiewicz); beloved wife of the late Phillip Joseph Massoni, Sr.; loving mother of Phillip Thomas Massoni, Jr. and his wife Nancy, Mickey Blair and her husband John; grandmother of Angela Mc Nelly and her husband Chris and J.B.; dear sister of Frances Giza and her husband Joseph and Dorothy Mieczchowski; sister-in-law of Nick Massoni, Adele Heckler, Sue Massoni, Judy Krysztofiak and her husband Milton. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the family owned Leonard J. Ruck, Inc. Funeral Home, 5305 Harford Road (at Echodale)
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July 8, 2011
Gov. Martin O'Malley and a longtime aide to former Gov. Bob Ehrlich had an interesting little exchange during the Dundalk 4th of July parade. The story came to me by way of Annapolis lobbyist Bruce Bereano, who attended the parade with the aide, Greg Massoni, and former Gov. Marvin Mandel. Massoni's brother lives along the parade route, and Bereano, Mandel and Massoni gathered at the house to watch it, as they've done for years. Massoni had a banner with anti-O'Malley slogans: "We deserve better than O’Malley.
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By Deborah I. Greeneand Eric Siegel | March 19, 1991
Early yesterday morning, Nick Massoni and his employees stood before the smoldering black hole that was once the green facade of the Painters Mill Theatre and cried."
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By LAURA VOZZELLA | July 13, 2008
Story going around Maryland political circles: Guy's sitting at a red light at President and Lombard when police lights in the black SUV behind him start flashing. He thinks the cop's trying to get by, so he moves over a bit. Next thing he knows, the cop's rapping on his window and telling him to get out of the car. "What'd I do?" he asks. "The mayor wants to talk to you." So the guy - Greg Massoni, a spokesman for former Gov. Bob Ehrlich - walks over to the SUV.
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By LAURA VOZZELLA | March 21, 2007
The guy accused of spending too much time on the golf course when he was governor seems to have turned into a workaholic. Bob Ehrlich has a job at a law firm. He's got a Saturday radio show on WBAL. And somehow, he's also finding time to write a book. The book project has not been formally announced, but former press officer Greg Massoni confirmed some details yesterday. "It's not personal, it's more of a political book ... dealing with Republicans and where they need to go and what they need to do in the future," Massoni said.
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By LAURA VOZZELLA | July 13, 2008
Story going around Maryland political circles: Guy's sitting at a red light at President and Lombard when police lights in the black SUV behind him start flashing. He thinks the cop's trying to get by, so he moves over a bit. Next thing he knows, the cop's rapping on his window and telling him to get out of the car. "What'd I do?" he asks. "The mayor wants to talk to you." So the guy - Greg Massoni, a spokesman for former Gov. Bob Ehrlich - walks over to the SUV.
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By Emily Groves and Emily Groves,sun reporter | February 13, 2008
Mark Massoni struggles to keep a stern expression and a hostile tone as he pretends to be a hostage-taker. But he can't help but smile and shake his head as he mutters, "I can't believe I'm saying this." Massoni's difficult role-playing is for the benefit of four police hopefuls playing the role of a critical-incident negotiation team. All of the participants are members of the Howard County Police Department Law Enforcement Explorer Program, also known as Explorer Post 1952. The Explorer program is a career education program, allowing students ages 14 through 20 to gain insight into a career in law enforcement.
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By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,Evening Sun Staff Joe Nawrozki contributed to this story | March 19, 1991
Standing before the blackened devastation of what used to be the Painters Mill Music Fair, manager Nick Massoni said every show booked into the 30-year-old theater will take place, somewhere, even if he has to go back to using a tent as the fair's founders did in 1960.Yesterday's four-alarm fire wrecked the lobby, offices and hallways in front of the Owings Mills theater in the round.The remains of the building were so unstable that the Baltimore County building engineer yesterday declared the structure "unsafe."
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By Michael Dresser and Michael Dresser,SUN STAFF | November 29, 2003
Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. will lead a bipartisan team that includes Mayor Martin O'Malley to Detroit on Monday for talks with General Motors executives about the future of the automaker's endangered Broening Highway plant. Greg Massoni, the governor's press secretary, described the trip yesterday as "a fact-finding mission to see the future of GM in the state of Maryland." Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski and Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger, both Democrats, and state Business and Economic Development Secretary Aris Melissaratos will also join the effort to preserve the 68-year-old plant and its 1,100 jobs.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | December 5, 1998
H. Lee Hirsche, a Baltimore artist whose fanciful and $l whimsical watercraft sculptures incorporated a variety of materials, died Nov. 27 of a stroke at a hospital in Westerly, R.I. He was 71.Mr. Hirsche (pronounced "Hershey"), a resident of Mount Vernon Place, was stricken while visiting Block Island, R.I., with his family.In a review this year of a local exhibition of Mr. Hirsche's works, Sun art critic John Dorsey wrote, "Lee Hirsche makes ship models, but no one should think Titanic.
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By LAURA VOZZELLA | May 4, 2008
No less an authority than Rolling Stone declares that Baltimore has the nation's best "scene." Really. "Hotbed for rap and art rock," it says. Part of the appeal: Golden West Cafe, "the late-night post-show hangout." There's also some stuff about "electronic party starters," unlicensed concert venues and "Wire-inspired Hamsterdam mixtapes." But frankly, the only thing I grasped was the restaurant. And even that confused me. Isn't Golden West a family-friendly, crayons-on-the-table kinda place?
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By Emily Groves and Emily Groves,sun reporter | February 13, 2008
Mark Massoni struggles to keep a stern expression and a hostile tone as he pretends to be a hostage-taker. But he can't help but smile and shake his head as he mutters, "I can't believe I'm saying this." Massoni's difficult role-playing is for the benefit of four police hopefuls playing the role of a critical-incident negotiation team. All of the participants are members of the Howard County Police Department Law Enforcement Explorer Program, also known as Explorer Post 1952. The Explorer program is a career education program, allowing students ages 14 through 20 to gain insight into a career in law enforcement.
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By LAURA VOZZELLA | November 9, 2007
When you were under anesthesia in the dentist's chair, don't worry: Dr. Ron Israel wasn't cavorting with a cowboy in tighty-whities. The good dentist only recently went into that line of work. In the 1980s, after practicing for 24 years in Pikesville and Mount Vernon, Israel had had his fill of fillings and got into video production. Which is why he is now personal videographer to Naked Cowboy, New York City's most famously underdressed street musician. It wasn't a straight shot from dentistry to honky-tonketry.
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By LAURA VOZZELLA | March 21, 2007
The guy accused of spending too much time on the golf course when he was governor seems to have turned into a workaholic. Bob Ehrlich has a job at a law firm. He's got a Saturday radio show on WBAL. And somehow, he's also finding time to write a book. The book project has not been formally announced, but former press officer Greg Massoni confirmed some details yesterday. "It's not personal, it's more of a political book ... dealing with Republicans and where they need to go and what they need to do in the future," Massoni said.
NEWS
February 15, 2005
On February 12, 2005 MARY LOU (nee Turkiewicz); beloved wife of the late Phillip Joseph Massoni, Sr.; loving mother of Phillip Thomas Massoni, Jr. and his wife Nancy, Mickey Blair and her husband John; grandmother of Angela Mc Nelly and her husband Chris and J.B.; dear sister of Frances Giza and her husband Joseph and Dorothy Mieczchowski; sister-in-law of Nick Massoni, Adele Heckler, Sue Massoni, Judy Krysztofiak and her husband Milton. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Friends may call at the family owned Leonard J. Ruck, Inc. Funeral Home, 5305 Harford Road (at Echodale)
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By Elizabeth Large and Elizabeth Large,Sun Staff | April 25, 2004
The important thing to know about shopping in Chestertown on the Eastern Shore is that everything is two blocks away from everything else. That's only a slight exaggeration; the truth is you can park your car and happily spend the rest of the day on foot. What's more, the most interesting stores are located in the historic district. On a fine spring day, this Eastern Shore town is an easy, scenic place to shop. Don't expect any chain stores. Rumor had it that a Chico's was going to move in, but that never materialized.
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By LAURA VOZZELLA | November 9, 2007
When you were under anesthesia in the dentist's chair, don't worry: Dr. Ron Israel wasn't cavorting with a cowboy in tighty-whities. The good dentist only recently went into that line of work. In the 1980s, after practicing for 24 years in Pikesville and Mount Vernon, Israel had had his fill of fillings and got into video production. Which is why he is now personal videographer to Naked Cowboy, New York City's most famously underdressed street musician. It wasn't a straight shot from dentistry to honky-tonketry.
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By Laura Vozzella and Laura Vozzella,SUN STAFF | March 25, 2004
Countless heroes. Two squabbling politicians. And one half-empty reception room. Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. is throwing a reception today for Baltimore firefighters and naval reservists who came to the rescue after a Seaport Taxi capsized March 6. But only a handful of firefighters received invitations because City Hall wouldn't provide names to the governor, saying it is too soon for such a ceremony. Now Ehrlich and Mayor Martin O'Malley are accusing each other of playing politics with a tragic accident that claimed five lives and put Fire Department divers through 10 days of peril.
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By Michael Dresser and Michael Dresser,SUN STAFF | November 29, 2003
Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. will lead a bipartisan team that includes Mayor Martin O'Malley to Detroit on Monday for talks with General Motors executives about the future of the automaker's endangered Broening Highway plant. Greg Massoni, the governor's press secretary, described the trip yesterday as "a fact-finding mission to see the future of GM in the state of Maryland." Sen. Barbara A. Mikulski and Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger, both Democrats, and state Business and Economic Development Secretary Aris Melissaratos will also join the effort to preserve the 68-year-old plant and its 1,100 jobs.
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