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October 4, 2006
On September 12, 2006, TRACEY LEIGH McMILLION of Reno, Nevada, beloved daughter of Philip L. McMillion and the late Carol Lynne McMillion (nee Berniker) and stepdaughter of Carol Elaine McMillion (nee Prowant); dear sister of Jennifer Dawn McMillion, cherished granddaughter of Henry Berniker and the late Evalyn Mae Berniker, Hattie P., and James W. McMillion. Also survived by numerous aunts and uncles. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the Gary L. Kaufman Funeral Home at Meadowridge Memorial Park, Inc., 7250 Washington Boulevard, Elkridge, MD, 21075 (exit 6 off Route 100)
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By From Sun staff and news services | August 7, 2009
Baseball Two autograph sessions with ex-Orioles next week Four players from the Orioles' 1989 "Why Not?" team - catcher Mickey Tettleton, outfielder Mike Devereaux and pitchers Dave Schmidt and Dave Johnson - will sign autographs next Friday from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the MASN booth near Gate A on Eutaw Street at Camden Yards. Tettleton and Devereaux will throw out ceremonial first pitches. Former infielder-outfielder Dick Williams, who was inducted into the Baseball Hall of Fame as a manager in 2008, will be among the signers at the Orioles Alumni Autograph Series before the game against the Oakland Athletics on Monday.
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NEWS
July 24, 2003
On July 5, 2003, CAROL MCMILLION, of Reno, NV; beloved mother of Jennifer and Tracey McMillion. Also survived by her father Henry Berniker and step-mother Doris Jeanne Berniker. An Interment Service will be held on Friday, July 25, 2003, at 10 A.M. in Meadowridge Memorial Park, privately with the family. In lieu of flowers, contributions may be made to Spina Bifida Association of MD, 600 W. Baker Avenue, Abingdon, MD 21009.
NEWS
By Julie Bykowicz and Julie Bykowicz,julie.bykowicz@baltsun.com | July 20, 2009
Police have identified a man who they say wounded two city officers in a shootout Saturday as Shawn Sinclair, a 34-year-old West Baltimore resident with a history of domestic assault accusations. Sinclair, who was also injured in the shootout, remained hospitalized Sunday but was expected to be charged with attempted murder and domestic violence-related counts, said Baltimore police spokesman Anthony Guglielmi. The shooting happened before noon Saturday in the 2400 block of Harlem Avenue, as police tried to arrest Sinclair on charges that he assaulted two women he knows earlier that day. Police on Sunday also identified the wounded officers.
NEWS
By Jamie Smith Hopkins and Jamie Smith Hopkins,SUN STAFF | June 18, 2000
Betsy McMillion used to notice flowers and trees on long drives. Now, all she can see are the cracks in the pavement, the bent signs and the litter. "It's a sickness!" the Elkridge resident says with a laugh. But completely understandable. Twelve years with the Howard County Department of Public Works will do that to a person, especially a person with McMillion's job. As public education coordinator, she is immersed in citizen complaints and queries, big and small, about public works matters - from drainage to graffiti to broken sidewalks.
NEWS
By Harold Jackson and Harold Jackson,Sun Staff Writer | August 30, 1994
The brown-haired girl, about 16, walked down the alley yesterday, seemingly taking no notice of her surroundings. Her bare feet took her past garbage and a dead rat that had become a sumptuous feast for a host of maggots and flies.Nearby, a pile of open trash bags filled with stinking garbage lay against a wall where the words "No Dumping" had been stenciled.Charles McMillion knows this Southwest Baltimore neighborhood very well. He's a supervisor in the Western District office of Baltimore's Bureau of Solid Waste Collection.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | April 26, 2000
The Howard County Department of Public Works plans to repave Main Street and Maryland Avenue in historic Ellicott City beginning Sunday. The work is scheduled from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. through May 3 to avoid traffic -- both automobile and pedestrian -- in the popular tourist area. "It's primarily a safety issue," said Betsy McMillion, public education coordinator with Public Works. The project will be noisy, she warned. Workers will dig up the two streets before adding a new layer of pavement.
NEWS
By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,SUN STAFF | February 23, 2005
A contested proposal to rezone part of a 32-acre tract on U.S. 1 in Elkridge near the community of Harwood Park will be withdrawn, according to the sponsor, Howard County Councilman Christopher J. Merdon. The withdrawal was announced at last night's County Council public hearing. "I was trying to make things work and get the place cleaned up, but I can't do it without ... the property owner," Merdon said. "We can't force him out. We can't force change on him." The landowner, Jim Roberts, whose decades-old business is considered an eyesore by some, vowed yesterday to clean up and screen his land with either a fence or trees.
BUSINESS
By Michael Dresser and Michael Dresser,Staff Writer | October 29, 1992
Members of the Washington-Baltimore Regional Association received a strong dose of economic castor oil yesterday as they gathered to celebrate in advance the region's consolidation into a single metropolitan area.Economist Charles McMillion,president of the McMillion Business Group, told the gathering in Columbia that the region faces a sharp dichotomy between "incredible opportunity" and "very real structural problems" in the 1990s.Mr. McMillion said the 1980s were just as "fabulous" as they seemed for the Baltimore-Washington economy, but that the past two years have been every bit as bad as they have appeared.
BUSINESS
By Jay Hancock and Jay Hancock,Sun Staff Writer | May 25, 1995
Jobs in metropolitan Baltimore almost doubled between 1965 and 1990. The subsequent quarter-century isn't looking as prosperous, say the economic seers."
BUSINESS
By Jamie Smith Hopkins and Jamie Smith Hopkins,Sun reporter | March 29, 2008
Maryland employers added 4,300 jobs last month, pushing down the unemployment rate at a time when the national economy is struggling, the government reported yesterday. Joblessness dropped to 3.4 percent from 3.5 percent in January, according to preliminary figures released by the Labor Department. That's the lowest it has been since early 2000, the last boom year for employment growth in Maryland. Unemployment in the U.S., meanwhile, was 4.8 percent in February after two months of job losses.
NEWS
October 4, 2006
On September 12, 2006, TRACEY LEIGH McMILLION of Reno, Nevada, beloved daughter of Philip L. McMillion and the late Carol Lynne McMillion (nee Berniker) and stepdaughter of Carol Elaine McMillion (nee Prowant); dear sister of Jennifer Dawn McMillion, cherished granddaughter of Henry Berniker and the late Evalyn Mae Berniker, Hattie P., and James W. McMillion. Also survived by numerous aunts and uncles. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the Gary L. Kaufman Funeral Home at Meadowridge Memorial Park, Inc., 7250 Washington Boulevard, Elkridge, MD, 21075 (exit 6 off Route 100)
SPORTS
By KENT BAKER and KENT BAKER,SUN REPORTER | January 31, 2006
Not many things are certainties in Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference basketball, but one that is almost a sure bet is that Coppin State will have its way with Maryland-Eastern Shore. Coppin -- which at one point had beaten UMES 28 straight times -- dominated the visiting Hawks again last night, rolling to a 79-53 victory that was never in doubt. The win was doubly important for the Eagles (7-13, 7-2), who pulled to within a game of front-running Delaware State, which was upset by Bethune-Cookman at Dover and absorbed its first conference defeat.
NEWS
January 21, 2006
Two Harford County residents were sentenced to federal prison terms yesterday in connection with raids last year of several methamphetamine laboratories in Maryland and Pennsylvania. Mary Atti, 48, was ordered to serve 2 1/2 years, and Donald Lee Burchette Sr., 44, was sentenced to two years in prison. They pleaded guilty in October and November to conspiracy to possess with intent to distribute the highly addictive drug commonly known as meth. The raids of a rural farmhouse and other remote areas in July raised concerns that the drug, which has been a problem throughout the Midwest, was moving east.
NEWS
By BILL FREE and BILL FREE,SUN REPORTER | January 11, 2006
Freshman guard Ed Tyson has discovered the perfect college setting to hone his basketball skills and hit the books for four years. It's in the tiny Eastern Shore town of Princess Anne, home of the UMES Hawks of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference, about 140 miles beyond the distractions of Baltimore and the thrills that a state 4A basketball championship produced for Tyson at Walbrook last season. "I came here to study," Tyson said. "It's nice down here. There's not much here. But there's always the books.
NEWS
By MATTHEW DOLAN | November 2, 2005
Two women pleaded guilty yesterday in federal court to drug conspiracy charges in connection with a bust of several methamphetamine laboratories in Maryland and Pennsylvania. Carol Ann Lee, 42, of Brogue, Pa., entered her plea after jury selection in her trial yesterday in U.S. District Court in Baltimore. Mary Atti, 48, of Street pleaded guilty yesterday to the same charges before jury selection. Co-conspirators Terry Lee McMillion, 44, of Brogue and Donald Lee Burchette Sr., 44, of Street earlier pleaded guilty to similar charges.
NEWS
August 30, 1995
Troy E. McMillionAIDS activistServices for Troy E. McMillion, who had headed a group of recovering drug addicts that worked to slow the spread of AIDS, are scheduled for 7:30 p.m. today at Gillis Memorial Christian Community Church, 4016 Park Heights Ave.Mr. McMillion was found dead Aug. 10 in a house in the 500 block of Gold St. in West Baltimore. The cause of death has not been determined. He was 35 and lived in Northwest Baltimore.In 1992, he headed All of Us Helping Us, an organization of recovering addicts who had tested positive for the human immunodeficiency virus.
FEATURES
By Linda Lowe Morris | October 14, 1990
It's a mistake to say art is only for the eyes. At least that's the way it seems at the new Artworks gallery on West Franklin Street. Here the works that line the walls are so vibrant they seem to touch all of the senses.You can hear the music rolling out of "The Sugar Shack," by Ernie Barnes, and maybe feel the floor shake a little. You hear the cicadas, feel and smell the hot tropical air coming off of "Disagreement," by Ugandan artist Paul Nzalamba. You squirm as you eavesdrop on "The Snuff Dippers," by Varnett Honeywood.
NEWS
By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,SUN STAFF | February 23, 2005
A contested proposal to rezone part of a 32-acre tract on U.S. 1 in Elkridge near the community of Harwood Park will be withdrawn, according to the sponsor, Howard County Councilman Christopher J. Merdon. The withdrawal was announced at last night's County Council public hearing. "I was trying to make things work and get the place cleaned up, but I can't do it without ... the property owner," Merdon said. "We can't force him out. We can't force change on him." The landowner, Jim Roberts, whose decades-old business is considered an eyesore by some, vowed yesterday to clean up and screen his land with either a fence or trees.
NEWS
By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,SUN STAFF | February 21, 2005
For decades, Jim Roberts and his father, Edward, have lived and operated a business on U.S. 1 in Elkridge amid a dusty industrial cacophony of trucks, trailers and steel - the kind of place Howard County officials hope eventually will be redeveloped. But a late proposal to rezone part of the Robertses' 32 acres in the 6700 block of Washington Blvd. from residential to office and commercial uses - what would be the second rezoning in two years - has upset both the land's owners and residents who live in the nearby community of Harwood Park.
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