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By Lynn Anderson and Lynn Anderson,SUN STAFF | July 22, 2004
A Baltimore police officer was injured yesterday when his patrol car and another car collided at the intersection of Harford Road and East 32nd Street near Clifton Park. The force of the collision sent the patrol car crashing into a streetlight. Officer William H. Nave Jr., 28, who is assigned to the Northeastern District, was taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center, where he was treated for a broken arm and possible concussion, said Detective Donny Moses, a police spokesman. The driver of the other car, Ruth Roach, 67, of Armistead Gardens, and her two passengers - her husband, Frank Roach, 71, and daughter Ruthie Jones, 45 - were taken to Union Memorial Hospital.
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From Sun staff reports | February 7, 2014
Mike Lookingland had two goals and two assists to lead the Baltimore Blast past the host St. Louis Ambush, 12-6, in the Major Indoor Soccer League on Thursday night. By winning their eighth consecutive game, the Blast (12-3) closed in on the first-place Milwaukee Wave (11-2). The Blast took a 4-0 lead in the opening period with goals by Tony Donatelli and J.T. Noone. Lookingland got his first goal of the night to open the second quarter and give Baltimore a 6-0 lead. Mike Roach answered for St. Louis (4-12)
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November 4, 2008
JAMES D. HUTCHINSON, 92, went home to be with the Lord, October 30, 2008.He was born in Baltimore, MD, where he lived until moving to Chesapeake, VA, two years ago to be closer to his youngest daughter and her husband. He served in the Army Air Force from 1945-1946, stationed in the Aleutian Islands. He retired from Armco Steel after 37 years as a crane engineer. He leaves behind his beloved wife of 68 years, Alberta. He is also survived by two daughters, Shirley Beddoe and Sharon Roach; his son-in-law, Charles Roach; three grandchildren, Michael Roach and wife Audra, Sara Woods and husband, Adam and Lindsey Roach; a great-grandchild, Brayden James Woods; his sister, Thelma Meninger and Laura Landon and their families; and a nephew, Ronald Canary and wife Joan.
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November 4, 2008
JAMES D. HUTCHINSON, 92, went home to be with the Lord, October 30, 2008.He was born in Baltimore, MD, where he lived until moving to Chesapeake, VA, two years ago to be closer to his youngest daughter and her husband. He served in the Army Air Force from 1945-1946, stationed in the Aleutian Islands. He retired from Armco Steel after 37 years as a crane engineer. He leaves behind his beloved wife of 68 years, Alberta. He is also survived by two daughters, Shirley Beddoe and Sharon Roach; his son-in-law, Charles Roach; three grandchildren, Michael Roach and wife Audra, Sara Woods and husband, Adam and Lindsey Roach; a great-grandchild, Brayden James Woods; his sister, Thelma Meninger and Laura Landon and their families; and a nephew, Ronald Canary and wife Joan.
SPORTS
From Sun staff reports | February 7, 2014
Mike Lookingland had two goals and two assists to lead the Baltimore Blast past the host St. Louis Ambush, 12-6, in the Major Indoor Soccer League on Thursday night. By winning their eighth consecutive game, the Blast (12-3) closed in on the first-place Milwaukee Wave (11-2). The Blast took a 4-0 lead in the opening period with goals by Tony Donatelli and J.T. Noone. Lookingland got his first goal of the night to open the second quarter and give Baltimore a 6-0 lead. Mike Roach answered for St. Louis (4-12)
FEATURES
By Richard O'Mara and Richard O'Mara,SUN STAFF | May 28, 1998
The priest is back in town, at least for this day. He is with the flock he gave 14 years of his life to, the people of Hollins Park and Poppleton assembled before him: the young men with knotty arms and cascading hair, the weepy women bereft of all certitudes, their tumbling children. He misses these people with the unfocused pain of a ghost limb.Father Michael J. Roach is immense upon the altar at St. Peter the Apostle Church on Poppleton Street in Baltimore.Immensity defines his voice, which he sends into every corner of the church.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | January 23, 1998
The House of Welsh -- the aged downtown restaurant-bar where political deals were cut between slices of sizzling steak and shots of Maryland rye -- is closing next week.Owned by the same family since 1900, its three 1830s rowhouses were located out the back door of City Hall and attracted politicians, lobbyists, bookmakers, lawyers, policemen, judges and reporters who wanted plain, tasty food served in an unhurried manner -- the epitome of an old-time Baltimore steakhouse.Martin J. Welsh, the third generation of his family to own the business at 301 Guilford Ave., said he will reopen in Fenwick Island, Del."
NEWS
June 7, 2007
Sister Marguerite Therese Leary, the former mother superior of the Frederick Monastery and past president of Visitation Academy there, died Sunday of complications from old age at her order's monastery in Rockville, Va. She was 92. Born Margaret Mary Leary in Philadelphia and raised on Springfield Avenue in North Baltimore, she attended the old Baltimore Academy of the Visitation on Park Avenue in downtown Baltimore and graduated from the Frederick Academy...
NEWS
September 8, 2002
Sister Monica Maria, a Sister of Mercy and former comptroller of Mercy Medical Center and Loyola College, died Wednesday of heart failure at St. Joseph Medical Center. She was 75. Born Faye Yeager in Pascagoula, Miss., she was a graduate of the Convent of Mercy in Mobile, Ala. She earned a degree in accounting from Spring Hill College, also in Mobile. She studied at Tulane University and the Catholic University of America. Sister Monica entered the Sisters of Mercy in 1955 and professed her final vows in 1961.
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By Katie V. Jones | March 17, 2013
Catholics in Carroll County joined those around the world in celebrating the announcement that Cardinal Jorge Mario Bergoglio of Argentina had been named Pope Francis, the 266th pope, on Wednesday. The new pope succeeds Pope Benedict XVI, who resigned Feb. 28. "It is wonderful that the process has been completed," said Rev. Michael Roach, of St. Bartholomew Roman Catholic Church in Manchester. "It's a great day," he said. "With the retirement of Pope Benedict, there was a queasy feeling.
NEWS
By Lynn Anderson and Lynn Anderson,SUN STAFF | July 22, 2004
A Baltimore police officer was injured yesterday when his patrol car and another car collided at the intersection of Harford Road and East 32nd Street near Clifton Park. The force of the collision sent the patrol car crashing into a streetlight. Officer William H. Nave Jr., 28, who is assigned to the Northeastern District, was taken to Maryland Shock Trauma Center, where he was treated for a broken arm and possible concussion, said Detective Donny Moses, a police spokesman. The driver of the other car, Ruth Roach, 67, of Armistead Gardens, and her two passengers - her husband, Frank Roach, 71, and daughter Ruthie Jones, 45 - were taken to Union Memorial Hospital.
FEATURES
By Richard O'Mara and Richard O'Mara,SUN STAFF | May 28, 1998
The priest is back in town, at least for this day. He is with the flock he gave 14 years of his life to, the people of Hollins Park and Poppleton assembled before him: the young men with knotty arms and cascading hair, the weepy women bereft of all certitudes, their tumbling children. He misses these people with the unfocused pain of a ghost limb.Father Michael J. Roach is immense upon the altar at St. Peter the Apostle Church on Poppleton Street in Baltimore.Immensity defines his voice, which he sends into every corner of the church.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | November 18, 2003
The Rev. John Peter Barbernitz, a retired Roman Catholic military chaplain who was also pastor of two city churches, died of kidney failure Friday at St. Martin's Home in Catonsville, where he had lived for the past three years. He was 78. Born in Baltimore and raised in Rosedale, he was a 1944 graduate of the old St. Charles College, a Catonsville seminary high school. He earned a degree in theology at St. Mary's Seminary in Roland Park in 1950, the year he was ordained at the Basilica of the Assumption.
NEWS
By Liz F. Kay and Jacques Kelly and Liz F. Kay and Jacques Kelly,Sun reporters | April 12, 2007
All these decades later, Cardinal William H. Keeler of Baltimore can recite from the small book he memorized in an elementary classroom. So can Carol Nevin "Sue" Abromaitis, a Loyola College English professor. So can thousands upon thousands of other Americans who attended Catholic schools or religious instruction: "Why did God make you?" is a question in the Baltimore Catechism, as Abromaitis quoted yesterday. "To know Him, to love Him, and to serve Him in this world and to be happy in the next" is the answer.
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