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February 16, 1998
The Howard County edition of The Sun is looking for a new community columnist for the Ellicott City/Elkridge page, which is published every Monday. Anyone living in that area who is interested in the position can send a resume and, if possible, writing samples to Michael Hill at The Sun at 5570 Sterrett Place, Suite 300, Columbia 21044; or fax to 410-715-2816. For more information, call 410-715-2821.Pub Date: 2/16/98
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February 5, 2013
Regarding Michael Hill's recent column on sports cheating, despite his Shakespearian rhetoric, no quarter should be granted to Lance Armstrong, who for over a decade willfully and systematically lied, cheated and thumbed his nose at ethical behavior ("Fans crave what cheating provides," Jan. 25). Unfortunately, Mr. Hill's column promulgates the message of our country's increasingly influential sports and entertainment industry, which suggests that the primary role for the masses is to watch and be entertained by a small troop of elite athletes.
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NEWS
By Yeganeh June Torbati and Liz F. Kay, The Baltimore Sun | December 29, 2010
One man was killed and another was hospitalized with life-threatening injuries after a shooting early Wednesday morning in Rosedale, said a Baltimore County police spokesman. Officers responded to the 5200 block of Daybrook Circle for a report of shots fired and found a man who had died of a gunshot wound inside an apartment, said the spokesman, Cpl. Michael Hill. They also found a second victim who had been shot, Hill said. That man was taken to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in serious condition, he said.
NEWS
January 31, 2013
Despite the Shakespearean rhetoric of Michael Hill's recent commentary ("Fans crave what cheating provides," Jan. 25), no quarter should be granted to Lance Armstrong who, for over a decade, willfully and systematically lied, cheated, and thumbed his nose at the basic tenets of ethical human behavior. Unfortunately, Mr. Hill's commentary promulgates the message of our country's increasingly influential sports and entertainment consortium which suggests that the primary role for the masses is to watch and entertained by a small troop of elite athletes.
NEWS
May 8, 2008
Accident Man killed, 3 injured as pickup truck flips A man was killed and three other men were injured yesterday when the truck in which they were riding went out of control on Route 140 near the Carroll County line and rolled over, county police said. The truck was hauling a trailer of mulch when the accident occurred shortly after 11 a.m. near Mitchell Drive, police said. One man was pronounced dead at the scene, said Cpl. Michael Hill, a police spokesman. Another man was taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center with serious injuries, Hill said.
NEWS
January 31, 2013
Despite the Shakespearean rhetoric of Michael Hill's recent commentary ("Fans crave what cheating provides," Jan. 25), no quarter should be granted to Lance Armstrong who, for over a decade, willfully and systematically lied, cheated, and thumbed his nose at the basic tenets of ethical human behavior. Unfortunately, Mr. Hill's commentary promulgates the message of our country's increasingly influential sports and entertainment consortium which suggests that the primary role for the masses is to watch and entertained by a small troop of elite athletes.
NEWS
February 5, 2013
Regarding Michael Hill's recent column on sports cheating, despite his Shakespearian rhetoric, no quarter should be granted to Lance Armstrong, who for over a decade willfully and systematically lied, cheated and thumbed his nose at ethical behavior ("Fans crave what cheating provides," Jan. 25). Unfortunately, Mr. Hill's column promulgates the message of our country's increasingly influential sports and entertainment industry, which suggests that the primary role for the masses is to watch and be entertained by a small troop of elite athletes.
NEWS
By Nick Madigan, The Baltimore Sun | August 9, 2010
A Dundalk woman was killed early today when her car, traveling at what police say was "a high rate of speed," left a road on a curve, struck a utility pole and then a building. Michelle Kosmicki, 27, of the 2800 block of Larkhall Road was driving south on North Point Road in a 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee when the accident occurred at about 2:15 a.m. The vehicle rolled over into the side of a Drug City Pharmacy, according to a spokesman for the Baltimore County police. Kosmicki was pronounced dead at the scene, Cpl. Michael Hill said.
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | December 15, 1993
It was Michael Hill from 10 feet, Hill on the slam, Hill gliding to the basket for a layup and Hill from almost anywhere.That was the scenario last night for Oakland Mills, which turned back pesky Liberty, 75-67, in a fast-paced game at Liberty.When Hill was through for the night, he had scored 29 points in his second outing of the season.Hill is averaging 24 points in two games after missing the first two games for the Scorpions (2-2) because he was ineligible.Hill, a 6-foot-3 junior, hurt Liberty (1-3)
SPORTS
By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | December 5, 1992
Oakland Mills' 68-49 loss to visiting Loyola last night in th basketball opener for both teams left Scorpions coach Dave Appleby optimistic about the rest of the season."
NEWS
By Yeganeh June Torbati and Liz F. Kay, The Baltimore Sun | December 29, 2010
One man was killed and another was hospitalized with life-threatening injuries after a shooting early Wednesday morning in Rosedale, said a Baltimore County police spokesman. Officers responded to the 5200 block of Daybrook Circle for a report of shots fired and found a man who had died of a gunshot wound inside an apartment, said the spokesman, Cpl. Michael Hill. They also found a second victim who had been shot, Hill said. That man was taken to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in serious condition, he said.
NEWS
By Jessica Anderson and Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | August 20, 2010
Neighbors of a 19-year-old who was charged with murder after police say he confessed to killing a 61-year-old neighbor and setting her home on fire say they had no indication that the friendly teen was capable of violence. Jeremy Dale Richards of the 3100 block of Gartside Ave. in the Windsor Mill area told Baltimore County police detectives Thursday that he stole neighbor Minnie Pearl Robinson's purse, taking $20 and a cell phone from her pocketbook, then set her home on fire, according to court records.
NEWS
By Nick Madigan, The Baltimore Sun | August 9, 2010
A Dundalk woman was killed early today when her car, traveling at what police say was "a high rate of speed," left a road on a curve, struck a utility pole and then a building. Michelle Kosmicki, 27, of the 2800 block of Larkhall Road was driving south on North Point Road in a 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee when the accident occurred at about 2:15 a.m. The vehicle rolled over into the side of a Drug City Pharmacy, according to a spokesman for the Baltimore County police. Kosmicki was pronounced dead at the scene, Cpl. Michael Hill said.
NEWS
May 8, 2008
Accident Man killed, 3 injured as pickup truck flips A man was killed and three other men were injured yesterday when the truck in which they were riding went out of control on Route 140 near the Carroll County line and rolled over, county police said. The truck was hauling a trailer of mulch when the accident occurred shortly after 11 a.m. near Mitchell Drive, police said. One man was pronounced dead at the scene, said Cpl. Michael Hill, a police spokesman. Another man was taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center with serious injuries, Hill said.
NEWS
February 16, 1998
The Howard County edition of The Sun is looking for a new community columnist for the Ellicott City/Elkridge page, which is published every Monday. Anyone living in that area who is interested in the position can send a resume and, if possible, writing samples to Michael Hill at The Sun at 5570 Sterrett Place, Suite 300, Columbia 21044; or fax to 410-715-2816. For more information, call 410-715-2821.Pub Date: 2/16/98
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,Staff Writer | December 15, 1993
It was Michael Hill from 10 feet, Hill on the slam, Hill gliding to the basket for a layup and Hill from almost anywhere.That was the scenario last night for Oakland Mills, which turned back pesky Liberty, 75-67, in a fast-paced game at Liberty.When Hill was through for the night, he had scored 29 points in his second outing of the season.Hill is averaging 24 points in two games after missing the first two games for the Scorpions (2-2) because he was ineligible.Hill, a 6-foot-3 junior, hurt Liberty (1-3)
NEWS
By Jessica Anderson and Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | August 20, 2010
Neighbors of a 19-year-old who was charged with murder after police say he confessed to killing a 61-year-old neighbor and setting her home on fire say they had no indication that the friendly teen was capable of violence. Jeremy Dale Richards of the 3100 block of Gartside Ave. in the Windsor Mill area told Baltimore County police detectives Thursday that he stole neighbor Minnie Pearl Robinson's purse, taking $20 and a cell phone from her pocketbook, then set her home on fire, according to court records.
FEATURES
By Evening Sun Staff | March 18, 1991
AMERICA'S UGLIEST HOME VIDEO has now had national repercussions. One man aiming his new camera off his balcony in Los Angeles, and catching a bunch of police officers mercilessly beating a man they were detaining, has caused the Justice Department to launch a nationwide investigation of police brutality.The incident provides an ironic twist to the vision that George Orwell proposed in his book "1984," written just as the television era was beginning. Orwell pictured a world in which Big Brother -- the government -- would use its omnipresent cameras to be watching, and thus controlling, its citizens at all times.
SPORTS
By Rick Belz and Rick Belz,Staff Writer | December 5, 1992
Oakland Mills' 68-49 loss to visiting Loyola last night in th basketball opener for both teams left Scorpions coach Dave Appleby optimistic about the rest of the season."
FEATURES
By Evening Sun Staff | March 18, 1991
AMERICA'S UGLIEST HOME VIDEO has now had national repercussions. One man aiming his new camera off his balcony in Los Angeles, and catching a bunch of police officers mercilessly beating a man they were detaining, has caused the Justice Department to launch a nationwide investigation of police brutality.The incident provides an ironic twist to the vision that George Orwell proposed in his book "1984," written just as the television era was beginning. Orwell pictured a world in which Big Brother -- the government -- would use its omnipresent cameras to be watching, and thus controlling, its citizens at all times.
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