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March 1, 2008
On February 26, 2008, HENRY McIntosh; father of Henrietta Peterkin and Douglas McIntosh. Also survived by other family and friends. Visitation will be held on Sunday from 3-6 P.M. at JOSEPH L. RUSS FUNERAL HOME, P.A., 2222 W. North Avenue. Family hour Monday, 10:30 A.M., with funeral to follow at 11 A.M.
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By Luke Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun | June 16, 2014
Del. Jon S. Cardin, a candidate for attorney general, has accused two Baltimore lawmakers of intimidating a campaign volunteer and an anti-Cardin committee of violating campaign finance rules. In a letter to State Prosecutor Emmet C. Davitt over the weekend, Cardin accused Del. Maggie McIntosh and Sen. Lisa A. Gladden of "formal voter intimidation" at a North Baltimore early voting site Thursday. Cardin wrote that the two lawmakers told his volunteer to leave a polling station on East Cold Spring Lane because they "did not like an opponent of theirs to have representation at early voting.
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NEWS
February 27, 1992
Michael J. McIntosh, a retired quality-control technician for the Locke Insulator Co. and an ordained deacon at Shiloh Baptist Church in Edgemere, died Jan. 28 of leukemia at University Medical Center. He was 39 and lived in Edgewood.Services for Deacon McIntosh were held Feb. 1 at Wayland Baptist Church.Deacon McIntosh retired last April because of illness after working at the insulator company for about eight years.Deacon McIntosh is survived by his wife of more than 11 years, the former Carmelita Denise Davis; a son, Michael J. McIntosh II of Edgewood; his mother and stepfather, Bernice and Eugene Morgan of Baltimore; two sisters, Michelle Ringgold of Essex and Kim McIntosh of Westminster; a stepsister, Alicia Morgan of Baltimore; a stepbrother, Robert Hord Jr.; his mother-in-law and father-in-law, Marie and Enoch Davis of Baltimore; four brothers-in-law, Samuel, Ronald and Wayne Davis, and Milton Ringgold, all of Baltimore; and two sisters-in-law, Sharon and Terri Davis, both of Baltimore.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Colin Campbell, The Baltimore Sun | March 20, 2014
The owner of Baltimore's Sonar nightclub was sentenced Thursday to 10 years in prison for his role in supervising a drug dealing and money laundering operation, federal prosecutors announced. Daniel Gerard McIntosh, 38, of Sparks, was part of a large drug operation busted by the Drug Enforcement Agency when it seized more than 80 pounds of marijuana and $30,000 in cash from the group's headquarters in the 3500 block of Hickory Ave., in Hampden. The agency also found 30 cell phones, documentation of a plane purchased for $450,000, books showing more than $14.5 million in marijuana sales, money counters and fake IDs in the sting.
SPORTS
By Jerry Bembry | September 11, 1990
Former Navy quarterback Gary McIntosh, who apparently left the team last week after not being named the starter, met briefly with coach George Chaump yesterday to discuss the situation.The meeting, which McIntosh requested, came four days after the senior was told that Alton Grizzard would start last Saturday's game against Richmond. McIntosh left the team after being told."He came in to visit me and we had a nice chat, but he didn't ask to come back on the team," Chaump said last night. "It was a friendly chat, but there are no new developments."
NEWS
October 21, 1990
Services for J. Rieman McIntosh, a retired lawyer, will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at St. Thomas Episcopal Church, 232 St. Thomas Lane, in the Garrison Forest section of Baltimore County.Mr. McIntosh, a resident of Monkton, died Thursday in an automobile accident in Brooklandville. He was 84.Born in Baltimore, he graduated from Gilman School in 1924, from Princeton University in 1928 and from University of Maryland law school in 1934.He later joined the law firm of Ritchie, Janney, Ober and Williams,became a partner in 1947 and retired in 1971.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | December 18, 1994
HARRISBURG, Pa. -- Franklin McIntosh returned to the scene of his greatest crimes against Baltimore, and did to his former Harrisburg Heat team what he once did to the Spirit.In his first game against Harrisburg since he was traded to the Spirit Dec. 1, McIntosh had six assists, although no goals, in Baltimore's 18-15 triumph before 6,080 at the State Farm Show Arena.That raised his National Professional Soccer League record for career points to 758. He had 70 in 15 games against the Spirit over two seasons.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | August 4, 2000
Kenneth Leslie McIntosh, a collector whose early television equipment was featured in an exhibit at the Smithsonian Institution, died Monday of Alzheimer's disease at his Towson home. He was 93. Mr. McIntosh earned his living as a budget analyst. He spent years assembling a coin collection that dated to back to biblical times. But when he took a television repair course in the 1960s, Mr. McIntosh became interested in making old television sets flicker and hum. "He came across an old set and tried to fix it, and I think that's what got him interested," said a stepdaughter, Janet Jarvis of Catonsville.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Sun Staff Writer | December 2, 1994
As far as Franklin McIntosh is concerned, bygones will be bygones when he puts on a Spirit jersey for the first time.He trusts Baltimore fans will think the same and embrace him.The Spirit traded for McIntosh yesterday, sending Tarik Walker and Steve Boardman to the Harrisburg Heat in exchange, thereby acquiring the player that Baltimore fans love to hate.Because he prospered for Harrisburg against the Spirit, fans here taunted him. Unable to restrain himself, he sometimes replied with yells and obscene gestures of his own."
SPORTS
By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,SUN STAFF | January 3, 1996
The Spirit's Franklin McIntosh put his stamp on December, just as he did on October.For the second time this season, McIntosh was named the National Professional Soccer League's Offensive Player of the Month, this time for December after scoring more points (53) than anyone in the league and leading the Spirit to a 6-3 record.During the month, the 32-year-old playmaker became the first NPSL player to reach the 900-point plateau, scored seven or more points in six straight games and collected two game-winning goals, three game-winning assists and two hat tricks.
NEWS
By Timothy B. Wheeler, The Baltimore Sun | March 17, 2014
The House of Delegates unanimously approved a bill Monday aimed at helping Baltimore retain more homeowners. The measure, which goes now to the Senate, would let city homeowners transfer a portion of their Homestead tax credit from their old dwelling to a new property for several years. It is part of a five-bill package pushed by Del. Maggie McIntosh, a Baltimore Democrat, which aims to look for ways to reduce the city's high property tax rate, which is at least double that of surrounding counties.
NEWS
February 13, 2014
At Stadium Place in Baltimore City, an affordable condominium project was reluctantly terminated because its target population of "empty nesters" could not afford the sharp increase in property taxes. The price was right. The plan was to apply a share of condominium proceeds to supportive services for the 300-plus low-to-moderate income elderly already residing in four apartment buildings on site, sponsored by GEDCO and Enterprise Homes. The concept was to retain down-sizing homeowners in Baltimore City and attract new families to purchase their homes.
NEWS
February 9, 2014
The last mayoral election in Baltimore featured a spirited debate about a variety of ideas for aggressive reductions in the city's sky-high property tax rate. The winning candidate, though, was the one who called those ideas unrealistic and advocated a gradualist approach that left the basic structure of the city's property tax system intact. To her credit, Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has followed through and proposed a comprehensive 10-year financial plan to reduce costs, diversify revenue streams and cut property taxes.
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By Timothy B. Wheeler, The Baltimore Sun | February 7, 2014
Saying she's convinced Baltimore's high property taxes are driving residents and business away, Del. Maggie McIntosh has introduced legislation aimed at helping retain current homeowners while launching studies of ways to reduce the rate. With support from nearly all the city's House delegation, McIntosh, a six-term Democrat representing Northeast Baltimore, has introduced five bills targeting potential inequities in the assessment of properties in the city, where tax rates are more than double those of neighboring counties.
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Erin Cox and The Baltimore Sun | January 10, 2014
Baltimore Del. Maggie McIntosh joined the chorus of powerful legislators supporting legalized marijuana in Maryland. In a Friday email to supporters, McIntosh identified the legalizing pot as one of four "the biggest, most important issues" facing the General Assembly this year.  "Our current drug prohibition laws are wasteful and counterproductive, taking resources away from combating drug violence and promoting treatment options for those...
NEWS
December 3, 2012
The passage of Maryland's marriage equality law this year was recognized by many readers as having been the most significant news event of 2012, and they suggested several people who were deserving of recognition as Marylander of the Year for their role in seeing it enacted. To represent them, we chose Del. Maggie McIntosh. Without her effort, marriage equality would not have passed either in the legislature or at the ballot box. She also had a pretty decent year as chairwoman of the House Environmental Matters Committee.
SPORTS
By DOUG BROWN | December 7, 1994
Dubbed "Franklin's Friends," a new charity ticket program is designed to help former Spirit nemesis Franklin McIntosh win over Baltimore's fans.As he prepares for his Spirit debut here Friday against the Buffalo Blizzard, McIntosh says he will purchase 20 upper reserved seats for underprivileged children for each of the 13 remaining home games. McIntosh had a rocky relationship with Spirit fans when he was with the Harrisburg Heat the past two seasons, sometimes responding to taunts with obscene gestures.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Erik Maza and The Baltimore Sun | July 8, 2011
Dan McIntosh, one of the owners of Sonar, has been named in a federal indictment alongside some 14 individuals for participating in a cross-country drug distribution ring, City Paper reported today citing court documents filed in Florida in December. Over the phone, McIntosh responded to the charges by saying he intends on pleading "not guilty," and that Sonar, which closed temporarily in May, is not in any danger of shutting down again. The drug ring lasted for eight years and involved distributing California-grown marijuana in Maryland, Florida, Georgia, Kansas, Louisiana, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, and elsewhere.
NEWS
By Michael Dresser | michael.dresser@baltsun.com and Baltimore Sun reporter | April 8, 2010
The proposed statewide ban on using hand-held cell phones while driving is headed for a decisive vote Friday, according to legislative leaders. The measure, unanimously endorsed by a House committee, came before the full chamber Thursday morning for a procedural vote and passed without comment or amendment. Any battle will be on a vote for final passage, which House Speaker Michael E. Busch indicated will happen Friday. The ban has been proposed -- and defeated -- for years.
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