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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,Staff writer | April 7, 1991
Years from now, Mark McGovern might be the answer to a Harford County sports trivia question.McGovern is now a part of Harford Countylacrosse history. On March 16, the sophomore midfielder scored the first goal of the inaugural season for the Harford Community College men's lacrosse program.A graduate of C. Milton Wright, McGovern is one of 29 locals on the Owls' 32-man roster. There are players from eight of the county's nine lacrosse-playing high schools. McGovern is a team captain along with Jeff Hess (North Harford)
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | December 17, 2012
Mary Love Mezzanotte, a registered nurse who later became a lawyer, died Thursdayof liver cancer at her West Friendship home. She was 56. The daughter of a career naval officer and a homemaker, Mary Love Green was born in the Canal Zone in Panama and because of her father's work, was raised at Navy installations in California, Virginia and Florida. After graduating from Lorraine High School in Upper Marlboro, she earned her nursing degree in 1978 from the University of Maryland.
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By Elizabeth Large and Elizabeth Large,Sun Restaurant Critic | February 6, 2000
The name, which means "midnight" in Italian, makes Mezzanotte sound a little racier than it actually is. The reality is a pleasant family restaurant in a shopping center. The surprise -- given the looks of the place -- is that the southern Italian food has quite a bit of style. I should get the bad news over with first, and I don't mean the looks of the place. The two dining rooms have booths and tables close enough together that you couldn't call it spacious dining. But Mezzanotte is snug and comfortable, and very accommodating to kids.
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By Cassandra A. Fortin and Cassandra A. Fortin,Special to The Sun | January 20, 2008
About 20 sophomores donned protective mesh vests, each with a piece of paper attached containing the title of an emergency worker. They gathered around a 20-by-6-foot table with a miniature city displayed on it and played roles. Their job was to evaluate a stream that reportedly had a contaminant in it. "Who should be the first person on the scene?" Leah Beaulieu, the program coordinator and teacher, asked the students. "The incident commander," a student answered. "What should the incident commander do?"
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By Elizabeth Large and By Elizabeth Large,SUN RESTAURANT CRITIC | January 20, 2000
The Rusty Scupper in the Inner Harbor has a new chef, Steve Bohlman; but his new menu won't be in place till the end of February. His plan is to change to more upscale offerings, which should be no problem for someone who was chef at the Polo Grill and Lennys Chop House, and worked at 208 Talbot and Linwood's. The delay is that Bohlman's new menu has to be approved by the Rusty Scupper's corporate office (which has granted tentative approval) and by a corporate chef, who'll visit the restaurant to sample the dishes.
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June 2, 2005
Suddenly on June 1, 2005, NICKMEZZANOTTI, age 58, beloved son of the late Nicholas and Marie (nee Novak), devoted companion of Tom Lawler, beloved nephew of Delores Jachim, Rita Dundalski and Delores Mezzanotte. Also survived by numerous cousins. Born in Baltimore, Nick moved to California where he resided until September 2004 at which time he retired to Coxsackie, New York where he lived until his death. Funeral Services and burial will take place in Coxsackie, N.Y.
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By Paul McMullen | April 9, 1992
Two years ago, there was no men's lacrosse team at Harford Community College. Tomorrow, Harford is home against SUNY-Farmingdale, which is ranked No. 1 among the two dozen junior colleges that field teams, and it's not a mismatch.Growing pains have been minimal in Bel Air, where coach Frank Mezzanotte quickly caught up to state kingpins Anne Arundel and Essex, the defending NJCAA champion. Both beat Harford by one goal in March, but Tuesday the Fighting Owls, who are ranked No. 7, defeated No. 5 Anne Arundel.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Staff Writer | March 7, 1993
Given the weather over the past several weeks, Harford Community College lacrosse coach Frank Mezzanotte believes his team could be a contender for the national "parking lot" championship.The team got on its outdoor field in January when the weather was decent, but rain and snow have severely hampered recent workouts.Still, Mezzanotte, in his third year of building a competitive program, says the Fighting Owls are ready to get over the hump."I think there are a couple of points here," the coach said last week.
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May 4, 1997
A top educator in the state and three businessmen have accepted nominations this year to the board of trustees atWestern Maryland College.Carol S. Parham, recently selected by Warfield's Business Record as one of Maryland's top 100 women, will join Richard D. Adams, M. Walker Buckalew Jr. and Albert J. Mezzanotte Jr. for three-year terms on the 40-member board.Parham is the first female superintendent of Anne Arundel County public schools. Appointed in 1994, she earned the state's Superintendent of the Year award in 1996.
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By Laura Shovan and Laura Shovan,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 23, 2003
Clients who visit Whiteford, Taylor & Preston's Columbia branch always comment on the artwork. When the small law office relocated recently, the partners and employees decided that instead of stale corporate art, they wanted to hang work that was bold and original. This month, they put up 37 works by as many artists - portraits, landscapes and abstracts. The art has a common thread: All of it was created by Howard County public school students. For attorneys and staffers at Whiteford, Taylor & Preston, the art is more than a conversation piece.
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June 2, 2005
Suddenly on June 1, 2005, NICKMEZZANOTTI, age 58, beloved son of the late Nicholas and Marie (nee Novak), devoted companion of Tom Lawler, beloved nephew of Delores Jachim, Rita Dundalski and Delores Mezzanotte. Also survived by numerous cousins. Born in Baltimore, Nick moved to California where he resided until September 2004 at which time he retired to Coxsackie, New York where he lived until his death. Funeral Services and burial will take place in Coxsackie, N.Y.
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By Laura Shovan and Laura Shovan,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 23, 2003
Clients who visit Whiteford, Taylor & Preston's Columbia branch always comment on the artwork. When the small law office relocated recently, the partners and employees decided that instead of stale corporate art, they wanted to hang work that was bold and original. This month, they put up 37 works by as many artists - portraits, landscapes and abstracts. The art has a common thread: All of it was created by Howard County public school students. For attorneys and staffers at Whiteford, Taylor & Preston, the art is more than a conversation piece.
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By Elizabeth Large and Elizabeth Large,Sun Restaurant Critic | February 6, 2000
The name, which means "midnight" in Italian, makes Mezzanotte sound a little racier than it actually is. The reality is a pleasant family restaurant in a shopping center. The surprise -- given the looks of the place -- is that the southern Italian food has quite a bit of style. I should get the bad news over with first, and I don't mean the looks of the place. The two dining rooms have booths and tables close enough together that you couldn't call it spacious dining. But Mezzanotte is snug and comfortable, and very accommodating to kids.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Elizabeth Large and By Elizabeth Large,SUN RESTAURANT CRITIC | January 20, 2000
The Rusty Scupper in the Inner Harbor has a new chef, Steve Bohlman; but his new menu won't be in place till the end of February. His plan is to change to more upscale offerings, which should be no problem for someone who was chef at the Polo Grill and Lennys Chop House, and worked at 208 Talbot and Linwood's. The delay is that Bohlman's new menu has to be approved by the Rusty Scupper's corporate office (which has granted tentative approval) and by a corporate chef, who'll visit the restaurant to sample the dishes.
NEWS
May 4, 1997
A top educator in the state and three businessmen have accepted nominations this year to the board of trustees atWestern Maryland College.Carol S. Parham, recently selected by Warfield's Business Record as one of Maryland's top 100 women, will join Richard D. Adams, M. Walker Buckalew Jr. and Albert J. Mezzanotte Jr. for three-year terms on the 40-member board.Parham is the first female superintendent of Anne Arundel County public schools. Appointed in 1994, she earned the state's Superintendent of the Year award in 1996.
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By John W. Stewart and John W. Stewart,Staff Writer | March 7, 1993
Given the weather over the past several weeks, Harford Community College lacrosse coach Frank Mezzanotte believes his team could be a contender for the national "parking lot" championship.The team got on its outdoor field in January when the weather was decent, but rain and snow have severely hampered recent workouts.Still, Mezzanotte, in his third year of building a competitive program, says the Fighting Owls are ready to get over the hump."I think there are a couple of points here," the coach said last week.
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October 27, 1991
Patrick M. McNutt, son of Army Chief Warrant Officer Jack L. and Sara M. McNutt, has been commissioned a second lieutenant through the Air Force ROTC program and earned a bachelor's degree from the University of Maryland at Baltimore.McNutt is a 1987 graduate of Meade Senior High School in Fort Meade.MEZZANOTTE GRADUATESAir Force Reserve Airman 1st Class Paul A. Mezzanotte, son of Beverly L. Mezzanotte and Dennis A. Mezzanotte, both of Linthicum Heights, has graduated from the aircraft pneudraulic systems course at Chanute A.F.B.
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By Paul McMullen | April 9, 1992
Two years ago, there was no men's lacrosse team at Harford Community College. Tomorrow, Harford is home against SUNY-Farmingdale, which is ranked No. 1 among the two dozen junior colleges that field teams, and it's not a mismatch.Growing pains have been minimal in Bel Air, where coach Frank Mezzanotte quickly caught up to state kingpins Anne Arundel and Essex, the defending NJCAA champion. Both beat Harford by one goal in March, but Tuesday the Fighting Owls, who are ranked No. 7, defeated No. 5 Anne Arundel.
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