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May 14, 2006
On May 9, 2005 RUTH BOND MICKENS; loving mother of Lois Mickens-Mc Millan (Professor of English, Morgan State University) and Hannibal Mickens, Jr. (Sr. Examiner with the State of Maryland Insurance Administration. She is also survived by sister Edith Bond Mercer, Mandy Bond Bymum, Pearl Bond Dean, Chloe Bond and brothers Luther Grant Bond and Frank Bond Sr.; grandchildren, Anita M. Mickens, Tiffany B. Mc Millan, Jessica P. Mickens Williams, Angela Howell, Sally Mc Millan and David Mc Millan; great-grandchildren Mark Benjamin and Antoine; a host of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.
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Dan Rodricks | September 29, 2012
The first time I saw Audie Mickens, he had just turned 19 and he'd been arrested as the shooter in an attempted murder in Northwest Baltimore. He appeared at a hearing in District Court, and as I listened to the prosecutor detail the charges against him, I wondered how his life would turn out. Would the young fool go to prison? Would he die an early death? Was there any hope for a better outcome? Police alleged that, on the afternoon of May 3, 2007, Mickens had slipped a paintball mask over his face and stepped out of a Chevrolet Monte Carlo with a .45-caliber handgun.
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July 14, 1996
BaseballMariners: Designated P Lee Guetterman for assignment.Pirates: Extended contract of P Dan Plesac.FootballJets: Signed CB Ray Mickens.Pub Date: 7/14/96
NEWS
May 14, 2006
On May 9, 2005 RUTH BOND MICKENS; loving mother of Lois Mickens-Mc Millan (Professor of English, Morgan State University) and Hannibal Mickens, Jr. (Sr. Examiner with the State of Maryland Insurance Administration. She is also survived by sister Edith Bond Mercer, Mandy Bond Bymum, Pearl Bond Dean, Chloe Bond and brothers Luther Grant Bond and Frank Bond Sr.; grandchildren, Anita M. Mickens, Tiffany B. Mc Millan, Jessica P. Mickens Williams, Angela Howell, Sally Mc Millan and David Mc Millan; great-grandchildren Mark Benjamin and Antoine; a host of nieces, nephews, relatives and friends.
NEWS
By Thomas Healy and Thomas Healy,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | April 17, 2001
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court halted the execution of a convicted murderer who was scheduled to die today and agreed yesterday to consider whether his constitutional rights were violated because the lawyer who defended him at trial had represented the victim in another case. The justices agreed to accept the appeal of Walter Mickens Jr., convicted of murdering Timothy Hall. The 17-year-old victim was found stabbed to death at the bottom of an embankment in Newport News, Va., in March 1992.
NEWS
October 12, 2004
MRS. CATHERINE ROSS MOORE of Richmond, VA, formerly of Baltimore, MD, preceded in death by her husband, Richard Thomas Moore, departed this life Thursday, October 7, 2004 at St. Mary's Hospital in Richmond, VA. She is survived by her daughters, Henrietta Penny Mc Mickens and Shellie Virginia Thomas (Michael); sister, Gertrude Harris; devoted brother, Thomas F. Ross, Jr.; grandchildren, Don Mc Mickens, Tonia Mc Mickens, Michael Davis (Diedre), Lynn Brown, Le Esta Brown, Ronza Smith (Garbriel)
NEWS
By Tamara Ikenberg and Tamara Ikenberg,SUN STAFF | September 20, 1998
Wearing a suit, a tie and shiny loafers and clutching a briefcase, Kristofer Mickens is hardly what audiences have come to expect from an MTV "Real World" housemate.Still, the 23-year-old actor -- one of 662 "Real World" wannabes at the Inner Harbor Planet Hollywood yesterday auditioning to become a cast member for the eighth season of the Gen-X documentary -- was pretty sure he would make it."I'm not worried about that at all," he said, standing confidently upright at the front of the line.
NEWS
December 12, 2001
Patrick J. Sweeney, 88, Social Security employee Patrick J. Sweeney, a retired Social Security Administration warehouseman, died of cancer Saturday at Washington County Hospital in Hagerstown. He was 88. A longtime Towson resident, Mr. Sweeney retired in the mid-1980s after working for the SSA for 30 years. He moved to Hagerstown two years ago. Born in Baltimore and raised on Belnord Avenue, Mr. Sweeney attended city public schools and was a graduate of St. Katharine of Siena Business School.
NEWS
By Robert Hilson Jr. and Robert Hilson Jr.,SUN STAFF | February 19, 1997
Henry S. Richardson, a longtime member and high-ranking official of the Maryland Order of Masons, died Sunday of complications from Parkinson's disease at North Charles Hospital Center. He was 84.Mr. Richardson lived in West Baltimore and joined the Masonic Lodge in the early 1940s. He devoted much of his time to the civic-minded fraternal organization during the next five decades as he rose through the group's ranks.He was a past master of Mount Olive Lodge 25 and was a 33rd Degree Mason, one of the lodge's highest positions.
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | January 12, 2000
It was there for the taking in Severn last night, but the purple and cream of Mount St. Joseph went home empty-handed as Archbishop Spalding took a 58-49 decision in Catholic League action. The host and third-ranked Cavaliers (9-6, 2-1 Catholic League) sank eight consecutive free throws in the final minute to pull away from a 50-49 lead over the No. 11 Gaels (11-4 1-2). Spalding's All-Metro point guard Derrick Snowden tossed in the first four crucial foul shots after missing three in a row, and Chris Ravello and Cory Hudson followed with two each.
NEWS
October 12, 2004
MRS. CATHERINE ROSS MOORE of Richmond, VA, formerly of Baltimore, MD, preceded in death by her husband, Richard Thomas Moore, departed this life Thursday, October 7, 2004 at St. Mary's Hospital in Richmond, VA. She is survived by her daughters, Henrietta Penny Mc Mickens and Shellie Virginia Thomas (Michael); sister, Gertrude Harris; devoted brother, Thomas F. Ross, Jr.; grandchildren, Don Mc Mickens, Tonia Mc Mickens, Michael Davis (Diedre), Lynn Brown, Le Esta Brown, Ronza Smith (Garbriel)
NEWS
December 12, 2001
Patrick J. Sweeney, 88, Social Security employee Patrick J. Sweeney, a retired Social Security Administration warehouseman, died of cancer Saturday at Washington County Hospital in Hagerstown. He was 88. A longtime Towson resident, Mr. Sweeney retired in the mid-1980s after working for the SSA for 30 years. He moved to Hagerstown two years ago. Born in Baltimore and raised on Belnord Avenue, Mr. Sweeney attended city public schools and was a graduate of St. Katharine of Siena Business School.
NEWS
By Thomas Healy and Thomas Healy,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | April 17, 2001
WASHINGTON - The Supreme Court halted the execution of a convicted murderer who was scheduled to die today and agreed yesterday to consider whether his constitutional rights were violated because the lawyer who defended him at trial had represented the victim in another case. The justices agreed to accept the appeal of Walter Mickens Jr., convicted of murdering Timothy Hall. The 17-year-old victim was found stabbed to death at the bottom of an embankment in Newport News, Va., in March 1992.
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | January 12, 2000
It was there for the taking in Severn last night, but the purple and cream of Mount St. Joseph went home empty-handed as Archbishop Spalding took a 58-49 decision in Catholic League action. The host and third-ranked Cavaliers (9-6, 2-1 Catholic League) sank eight consecutive free throws in the final minute to pull away from a 50-49 lead over the No. 11 Gaels (11-4 1-2). Spalding's All-Metro point guard Derrick Snowden tossed in the first four crucial foul shots after missing three in a row, and Chris Ravello and Cory Hudson followed with two each.
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | December 12, 1999
Morgan State women's coach Gerard Garlic acted like a man who had just lost while his players leaped for joy at Hill Field House yesterday after the Bears rallied for an 80-78 victory over Coppin State.Garlic was perplexed by his team's 31 turnovers, 13-for-33 shooting from the free-throw line, and a 54-46 rebounding deficit.Also, Garlic had just watched Morgan beat a team whose coach, Jennie Hall, was suspended indefinitely yesterday by Coppin athletic director Fang Mitchell.Coppin's assistant women's coach, Billie Harris, was told by Mitchell, "You're in charge," and ran the Eagles as the interim coach.
SPORTS
By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | September 27, 1999
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Sometimes it appeared the Washington Redskins had too many men on their side yesterday.Actually, they did.On their game-winning, fourth-quarter drive, the Redskins benefited from three scenarios -- New York cornerback Ray Mickens' two pass interference penalties and the Jets' fielding just 10 players during Stephen Davis' 4-yard touchdown run with 4: 11 remaining.Those New York mistakes helped vault the Redskins to a 27-20 victory over the Jets before 78,161 at Giants Stadium.
SPORTS
By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | September 27, 1999
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Sometimes it appeared the Washington Redskins had too many men on their side yesterday.Actually, they did.On their game-winning, fourth-quarter drive, the Redskins benefited from three scenarios -- New York cornerback Ray Mickens' two pass interference penalties and the Jets' fielding just 10 players during Stephen Davis' 4-yard touchdown run with 4: 11 remaining.Those New York mistakes helped vault the Redskins to a 27-20 victory over the Jets before 78,161 at Giants Stadium.
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | March 4, 1998
RICHMOND, Va. -- The Morgan State women's basketball team threw a full-court press at North Carolina A&T for 28 minutes yesterday and ran away to a 62-49 victory in a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference tournament play-in game at the Arthur Ashe Center.The win sends seventh-seeded Morgan (6-13, 8-19) against second-seeded Hampton (16-2, 20-6) tonight at 6 in a quarterfinal at the Richmond Coliseum.The Bears came out flat yesterday in a 10 a.m. start and fell behind the 10th-seeded Aggies 19-6 in the first 12 minutes.
NEWS
By Tamara Ikenberg and Tamara Ikenberg,SUN STAFF | September 20, 1998
Wearing a suit, a tie and shiny loafers and clutching a briefcase, Kristofer Mickens is hardly what audiences have come to expect from an MTV "Real World" housemate.Still, the 23-year-old actor -- one of 662 "Real World" wannabes at the Inner Harbor Planet Hollywood yesterday auditioning to become a cast member for the eighth season of the Gen-X documentary -- was pretty sure he would make it."I'm not worried about that at all," he said, standing confidently upright at the front of the line.
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | March 4, 1998
RICHMOND, Va. -- The Morgan State women's basketball team threw a full-court press at North Carolina A&T for 28 minutes yesterday and ran away to a 62-49 victory in a Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference tournament play-in game at the Arthur Ashe Center.The win sends seventh-seeded Morgan (6-13, 8-19) against second-seeded Hampton (16-2, 20-6) tonight at 6 in a quarterfinal at the Richmond Coliseum.The Bears came out flat yesterday in a 10 a.m. start and fell behind the 10th-seeded Aggies 19-6 in the first 12 minutes.
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