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September 25, 2003
On September 23, 2003, LEO M. JR., "Mick"; beloved husband of Lois McFaul (nee Smith); devoted father of Stacy and Megan McFaul and Nikki Manson; loving son of Stella McFaul and the late Leo McFaul Sr.; dear brother of Leonard McFaul and Vanessa Kirtz; son-in-law of Phyllis and Louis Smith; brother-in-law of Louis Smith Jr. Also survived by other relatives, friends, and his favorite dog, Luke. Friends may call at the CONNELLY FUNERAL HOME OF DUNDALK, P.A., 7110 Sollers Point Road on Thursday from 4 to 8 P.M., where
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By Kit Waskom Pollard, Special To The Baltimore Sun | August 29, 2012
On paper, McFaul's IronHorse Tavern has everything going for it: A charming location, an appealing menu with a focus on local flavors, friendly staff. That's a good start. But in practice, the restaurant needs some fine-tuning. Start with the name. Officially, it's called McFaul's IronHorse Tavern at Sanders Corner. Descriptive, but a mouthful. The name McFaul's represents the current ownership: Glen and Kristin McFaul are two of the restaurant's five owners. "IronHorse" is a nod to the old Northern Central Railroad tracks — the NCR Trail runs behind the building.
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NEWS
March 9, 2009
On February 25, 2009, STELLA V. (nee Colvin); beloved wife of the late Leo M. McFaul, Sr.; loving mother of Leonard L. McFaul, Vanessa Kirtz and the late Leo M. McFaul, Jr.; cherished grandmother of five grandchildren and one great-grandchild; dear sister of Granvel Colvin and Mamie Sprouse. Funeral service will be held at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dundalk Inc., 7922 Wise Avenue on Tuesday 12 noon. Interment Holly Hill Memorial Gardens. Friends may call Tuesday from 10 A.M to 12 noon.
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By Jon Meoli, jmeoli@tribune.com | June 19, 2012
After sitting dormant for over a year, a new restaurant opening next week at the old Sanders Corner will aim to bring a bit of buzz to the Loch Raven reservoir area. McFaul's Ironhorse Tavern at Sanders Corner will open Friday, June 29. "It's been a great few months getting this together," said co-owner Glenn McFaul, of Towson, to a crowd of county officials and local leaders who gathered for a "soft opening" on Tuesday, June 19. "It's been a lot of work," he said, "but we were able to put together a really good vision here to keep the tradition with Sanders alive.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sam Sessa | December 27, 2007
It's hard to miss McFaul's, the newest bar on South Charles Street. The eye-catching black and red paint on the pub's outer facade looks fresh, and if you peer through the paneled glass door, you see swaths of shiny new wood. McFaul's, which opened this month, may be the neighborhood's nicest new Irish pub. But it's not a stand-alone bar. It's actually just an extension of neighboring Ropewalk Tavern. For years, the McFauls, who own Ropewalk Tavern, wanted to open an Irish bar. But their idea didn't find a home until recently, when they began renovating the building next to Ropewalk.
NEWS
By Scott Higham and Scott Higham,Sun Staff Writer | October 31, 1994
Two weeks shy of her 16th birthday, Jill Marissa McFaul of Harford County planned to celebrate homecoming night with two of her close classmates Saturday. They left their homes, went to dinner and were traveling to Towson when their car swerved out of control on a foggy road in northeast Baltimore County.Miss McFaul, sitting in the passenger seat, lost her life. Her two friends were taken to local hospitals."We were going to throw her a sweet-16 party," Miss McFaul's father, W. Glen McFaul, said yesterday from his Forrest Hill home in Harford County.
NEWS
May 17, 2009
On May 16, 2009, MARY ELLEN (nee McFaul) REICHERT, beloved wife of Robert J. Reichert, devoted mother of John R. Reichert and his wife Sharon, loving grandmother of Allison M. Reichert, sister of William McFaul and Kathleen Cordner. Also survived by several nieces and nephews; niece of Marie Beard. Funeral from the E.F. Lassahn Funeral Home (Kingsville) 11750 Belair Road on Tuesday at 10 A.M. Visiting Sunday and Monday 2 to 4 P.M and 7 to 9 P.M. Entombment Gardens of Faith Cemetery. If desired memorial contributions to the Multiple Sclerosis Society.
FEATURES
June 15, 2006
Performance Ballet in Bel Air At 1 p.m. today, the Harford County Ballet Company per forms Little Nemo in Slumber land. The performance, which is free, takes place at the McFaul Activities Center, 525 W. Mac Phail Road, Bel Air. For more information, call 410-638-3025.
NEWS
December 2, 1990
The Bel Air Town Commissioners are expected to initiate plans tomorrow to limit tax assessment increases on residential properties to 10 percent a year.At their regular meeting at 7:30 p.m., the commissioners are expected to schedule a public hearing on the plan for Monday, Dec. 17, Town Administrator William N. McFaul said.The commissioners are expected to approve the assessment cap by the end of the year."(The cap) establishes a limit to the assessment of your property," McFaul said. "It's to protect the property owner."
FEATURES
By Rob Hiaasen and Rob Hiaasen,SUN STAFF | February 6, 2001
This is love. Last year, on Baltimore tavern owner Mark McFaul's 28th birthday, his sweetheart pulled out all the stops and gave him the trip of his dreams: Los Angeles, baby. She had a convertible waiting for them at the airport to sweep them off to - the Reagan Library in Simi Valley. Heart racing, McFaul was in elephant heaven. He couldn't read enough about his political idol, the man who lifted the spirit of a sagging America, the John Wayne of American politics, a man who even liked the occasional Irish stout.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Richard Gorelick, The Baltimore Sun | March 6, 2012
Another Gino's Maryland's second Gino's Burgers & Chicken opened Monday in the Honeygo Shopping Center in Perry Hall. Former Gino's executive Tom Romano engineered the current Gino's revival. A company-owned store opened in King of Prussia, Pa., in October 2010, and the first franchise operation opened in August 2011 in Towson. Another store is operating in Bensalem, Pa. Gino's was founded in Baltimore, but the company relocated its headquarters to King of Prussia before it was acquired by Marriott Corp.
NEWS
May 17, 2009
On May 16, 2009, MARY ELLEN (nee McFaul) REICHERT, beloved wife of Robert J. Reichert, devoted mother of John R. Reichert and his wife Sharon, loving grandmother of Allison M. Reichert, sister of William McFaul and Kathleen Cordner. Also survived by several nieces and nephews; niece of Marie Beard. Funeral from the E.F. Lassahn Funeral Home (Kingsville) 11750 Belair Road on Tuesday at 10 A.M. Visiting Sunday and Monday 2 to 4 P.M and 7 to 9 P.M. Entombment Gardens of Faith Cemetery. If desired memorial contributions to the Multiple Sclerosis Society.
NEWS
March 9, 2009
On February 25, 2009, STELLA V. (nee Colvin); beloved wife of the late Leo M. McFaul, Sr.; loving mother of Leonard L. McFaul, Vanessa Kirtz and the late Leo M. McFaul, Jr.; cherished grandmother of five grandchildren and one great-grandchild; dear sister of Granvel Colvin and Mamie Sprouse. Funeral service will be held at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dundalk Inc., 7922 Wise Avenue on Tuesday 12 noon. Interment Holly Hill Memorial Gardens. Friends may call Tuesday from 10 A.M to 12 noon.
NEWS
By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Sun Reporter | June 18, 2008
Spectators lined both sides of a sunny bocce court in Harford County, cheering vigorously and keeping score as players aimed and rolled a ball toward a small target. But it mattered little who won or lost. Like most bocce competitions, this one had more to do with camaraderie, laughter and relaxed exercise than intense competition. Friendly impromptu matches occur daily at the McFaul Activity Center in the county seat, just as the man who brought bocce to Bel Air envisioned. Angelo Grossi moved to the town from Philadelphia 10 years ago to be nearer his family.
NEWS
By ELIZABETH LARGE | April 2, 2008
When the Stalking Horse (26 E. Cross St., 410-244-6722) in Federal Hill reopened recently after extensive renovations, not much was made of the fact that the bar is more of a restaurant than it was before. Yes, the place has a nifty new second-floor dining room and bar and a new decor that co-owner Marc McFaul describes as "not a tavern - more of a trendy New York look," with much more style. But now, as McFaul says, the bar-restaurant is also "a little more dinner-friendly." The new menu is much more extensive.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sam Sessa | December 27, 2007
It's hard to miss McFaul's, the newest bar on South Charles Street. The eye-catching black and red paint on the pub's outer facade looks fresh, and if you peer through the paneled glass door, you see swaths of shiny new wood. McFaul's, which opened this month, may be the neighborhood's nicest new Irish pub. But it's not a stand-alone bar. It's actually just an extension of neighboring Ropewalk Tavern. For years, the McFauls, who own Ropewalk Tavern, wanted to open an Irish bar. But their idea didn't find a home until recently, when they began renovating the building next to Ropewalk.
NEWS
By Darren M. Allen and Darren M. Allen,Staff Writer | July 8, 1993
Carroll County prosecutors can pursue a second prosecution -- the first ended in a mistrial -- against a Westminster man accused of sexually abusing his 17-year-old stepson, a county judge ruled Tuesday.In denying the man's request for dismissal of the charges, Circuit Judge Raymond E. Beck Sr. paved the way for a second trial.The man's lawyer, Assistant Public Defender Samuel Truette, had argued for the dismissal during a hearing June 22.The lawyer said Assistant State's Attorney Christy McFaul, the prosecutor, "calculated to subvert the process of the first trial" to produce a mistrial.
NEWS
By Kimberly A.C. Wilson and Kimberly A.C. Wilson,SUN STAFF | February 24, 2003
The fate of a former firehouse that anchors the west end of Canton's O'Donnell Square has ignited a frenzy among residents and merchants. In an area dominated by taverns, everyone seems to harbor a notion for the century-old brick fire station. One dreams of eating Szechwan dinners where ladder trucks once idled. Another fancies lazy Sundays spent browsing the racks of a bookstore. Others imagine it could house a nursery school or a Soho-style coffeehouse. Few people beside Marc McFaul daydream that it will become a bar. McFaul, who runs Ropewalk Tavern out of a 19th-century cask-and-barrel warehouse in Federal Hill, wants to open a historic tavern across the harbor on the ground floor of the Canton firehouse.
ENTERTAINMENT
By SAM SESSA | July 19, 2007
Federal Hill's party zone just got one bar bigger. This month, a new restaurant and bar called Stalking Horse opened where the Green Olive used to be on East Cross Street. Stalking Horse is owned by the McFaul family, who also owns and runs the nearby Ropewalk Tavern. But you'd never know it -- the two bars couldn't be more different. Ropewalk has a classic pub feel with a conservative slant. Stalking Horse is more modern with an equestrian theme. Still, manager Marc McFaul was hesitant about linking the two. "Maybe I shouldn't be mentioning Ropewalk," he said.
NEWS
By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Sun Reporter | May 13, 2007
When he mails off his ever-rising annual property tax payment, Ben Pritchett includes a letter. Addressed to no one in particular, the letter states: "If you keep this up, pretty soon you will be taking care of me." The 72-year-old retired Bethlehem Steel worker has seen no rise in his pension, a decrease in what his former employer pays for his health care insurance and an increase in the assessment of his Bel Air condominium. "We all need tax relief," he said, scanning a roomful of residents who came to the McFaul Senior Center in Bel Air last week to gather information on the county's newly enacted Homeowners Property Tax Credit law. "How poor do we have to get before we get it?"
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