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September 9, 1997
`TC First Washington Realty Trust Inc. said yesterday that it has agreed to acquire Mitchellville Plaza, a 155,000-square-foot, supermarket-anchored neighborhood shopping center in Prince George's County.The center is anchored by a Food Lion supermarket. Other tenants include Blockbuster Video, McDonald's, Duron Paint and several other retailers.The center is being acquired from Enterprise Associates, a private partnership, for $19 million in cash and stock. Closing is scheduled for early October, said First Washington, a real estate investment trust in Bethesda.
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Sports Digest | June 26, 2013
USA Basketball team member Jerami Grant of Bowie will be unable to participate in the upcoming FIBA U19 World Championship because he has been diagnosed with mononucleosis, it was announced Tuesday. USA Basketball also announced that James Robinson of Mitchellville has been selected to complete the 12-man roster. The team is in Prague preparing for the FIBA U19 World Championship, which will be held Thursday to July 7. The U.S. opens preliminary play Thursday June 27 against Ivory Coast, and then faces China on Friday June 28 and Russia on SaturdayJune 29. Second-round play will be held Monday to next WednesdayJuly 1-3, with quarterfinals, semifinal and finals scheduled for July 5-7. Track and field: Johns Hopkins rising sophomore Hannah Oneda (Winters Mill)
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By Stephanie Shapiro and Stephanie Shapiro,SUN STAFF | November 19, 1998
Jarvis Chisley left behind a retail career, but he didn't leave the snazzy wardrobe that went with it. Now a special education teacher at Hillsmere Elementary School in Annapolis, Chisley, 37, reports for work in a cashmere blazer, black mock turtleneck sweater, khakis and matching cowboy boots, ready for business and the classroom.It's a "polished, sporty but classy look, not overdone," that Chisley, of Mitchellville, has honed since he was a young boy in Charles County whose parents instilled the importance of looking sharp and professional.
SPORTS
By Dan Connolly and Childs Walker and The Baltimore Sun | September 11, 2012
L.J. Hoes was at home in Mitchellville watching a Tom Selleck baseball flick Tuesday around noon when his phone rang. A week after his Triple-A season ended, Hoes received notice to come to Baltimore - and be there in two hours or so. "I got the call at 12:15 today, I was actually sitting at home, watching a movie, "Mr. Baseball," and they called and said we need you here by 2:15," said Hoes, the organization's third round pick in...
NEWS
May 9, 2007
Cabaret -- Temple Solel will present its annual cabaret night at 8 p.m. Saturday at 2900 Mitchellville Road, Bowie. There will be desserts, alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages, and live entertainment by the Solel Brothers. Admission is $20. 301-249-3116 or 301-249-2424.
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July 27, 2003
On Tuesday, July 22, 2003, BRENDA E. SMITH, wife of Carl Edward Smith and daughter of Annie Gaylor Flood and the late Wardell Eaton, expired at her Mitchellville home, following a protracted illness. Born in March 15, 1946, she was the eldest of six siblings. The family lived in Cherry Hill and she attended school there. Brenda was a graduate of the University of Maryland Eastern Shore and held a M.B.A. from the University of Baltimore. She taught in the Baltimore City Schools and for over twenty years had been an executive with Verizon, formerly the C&P Telephone Company, where she met her husband, now a retired Verizon Executive.
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May 24, 2004
On Saturday May 22, 2004 BENJAMIN ROSNER WOLMAN of Mitchellville, MD., husband of Mary L. Wolman; father of Katherine L. Wolman and Karen L. Anadol; brother of the late Paul Wolman, grandfather of Vivian, Morgan, Aurora, Eli, Gabriella and Allen. Family and friends received at the EVANS FUNERAL HOME, Rt. 450 and Race Track Rd., Bowie, MD., on Thursday May 27, 2004 from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 P.M. Graveside service and interment 11:30 A.M. on Friday, May 28 at Maryland Veterans Cemetery, Crownsville, MD. In lieu of flowers, memorial contributions may be made to the charity of your choice.
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August 21, 2005
ELEANOR K. HOCKER of Mitchellville, MD., died on Monday August 8, 2005. She graduated from Hood College in 1939 and received her Library Science Degree from Simmons College, Boston, Mass in 1939. Her lifetime career as a librarian included service in the Army Special Services in Europe and the US, Enoch Pratt, Fort Meade and the MD Department of Education. She was a longtime resident of Linthicum, Md. A private service will be held at Trinity Episcopal Church, Elkridge, MD. Burial will be Monday October 3, 2005 at the United States Military Academy, West Point, NY.
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June 3, 2004
On May 24, 2004, MARTHA KRAMER COX, beloved wife of the late Dr. George W. Cox, Jr.; devoted mother of Bonnie Ann Cox, the late Patricia Sue Hardesty, G. William Cox III, and Martha Elizabeth Cox; loving daughter of the late William D. and Versie Case Kramer; and dear brother of William C. Kramer. Also survived by nine grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. Ms. Cox moved to the Collington Episcopal Life Care Community with her husband in 1988. Previously, Dr. and Mrs. Cox lived in Towson, MD for 25 years.
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By JACQUES KELLY | April 2, 2009
Muriel Seelye Heineman, a retired dramatics teacher and actor, died of kidney failure March 24 at Collington Episcopal Life Care Community in Mitchellville. The longtime Bolton Hill resident was 83. She was born Muriel Seelye in Beirut, Lebanon, where her parents were teaching. Her brother, Talcott W. Seelye, had been U.S. ambassador to Lebanon and Syria before his death in 2006. She attended Bennington College. She later worked with Spanish refugee children in France and Spain with the American Friends Service Committee shortly after World War II. She lived in Washington, D.C., and worked at the U.S. Information Agency and the National Geographic Society.
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April 22, 2009
On Thursday, April 16, 2009, ROSE M. BOYD (nee Reddicks), age 79, of White Plains, MD; daughter of the late Charles Hobert Reddicks and the late Edith Coles Reddicks; wife of Nathaniel Boyd Sr.; mother of Carla V. Boyd and Nathaniel Boyd Jr. Also survived by her granddaughter, Migyon T. Boutte; great- grandson, Taurean R. Porter; sister, Fannie Harris of Baltimore, MD, and a host of other relatives and friends. Viewing Friday, April 24, 9 a.m. until time of service 11 a.m. at Greater Mt. Nebo A.M.E.
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By JACQUES KELLY | April 2, 2009
Muriel Seelye Heineman, a retired dramatics teacher and actor, died of kidney failure March 24 at Collington Episcopal Life Care Community in Mitchellville. The longtime Bolton Hill resident was 83. She was born Muriel Seelye in Beirut, Lebanon, where her parents were teaching. Her brother, Talcott W. Seelye, had been U.S. ambassador to Lebanon and Syria before his death in 2006. She attended Bennington College. She later worked with Spanish refugee children in France and Spain with the American Friends Service Committee shortly after World War II. She lived in Washington, D.C., and worked at the U.S. Information Agency and the National Geographic Society.
NEWS
May 9, 2007
Cabaret -- Temple Solel will present its annual cabaret night at 8 p.m. Saturday at 2900 Mitchellville Road, Bowie. There will be desserts, alcoholic and nonalcoholic beverages, and live entertainment by the Solel Brothers. Admission is $20. 301-249-3116 or 301-249-2424.
NEWS
April 1, 2006
PARISH DENISE GRIMES passed into blessed memory on Monday, March 27, 2006. Her beloved mother Joyce Percell, father and stepmother Tharmon and Leslie Percell, her loving husband Gregory O. Grimes, her cherished daughter and sons Paige, Grant and Garrett, survived her. Parish is also survived by her loving aunts, uncles, nieces, nephews, cousins, and a host of other relatives, dear friends and acquaintances. Wake services will be held at JP Jenkins Funeral Home, 7474 Landover Road, Landover, MD on Friday, March 31 from 6-9 P.M. Wake and Funeral services will be held on April 1 beginning at 9:30 A.M. at Greater Mount Nebo AME Church, 1001 Old Mitchellville Rd, Bowie, MD. Burial immediately following service at Resurrection Cemetery, Clinton, MD.
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By DOUG DONOVAN and DOUG DONOVAN,SUN REPORTER | December 13, 2005
MITCHELLVILLE -- Advancing the early momentum of his bid for Maryland governor, Baltimore Mayor Martin O'Malley officially named Del. Anthony G. Brown as his running mate yesterday and pledged to entrust the Prince George's County lawmaker with a leading role in crafting policy positions for the campaign and, if they win, the state. The Democratic mayor introduced Brown yesterday morning before nearly 250 supporters at the Newton White Mansion here in the delegate's hometown. The candidates, dubbed the "dynamic duo" by former Gov. Harry R. Hughes, then embarked on a one-day, nearly 190-mile trek to campaign stops in Frederick and Hagerstown before returning to Baltimore for a fundraiser.
NEWS
August 21, 2005
ELEANOR K. HOCKER of Mitchellville, MD., died on Monday August 8, 2005. She graduated from Hood College in 1939 and received her Library Science Degree from Simmons College, Boston, Mass in 1939. Her lifetime career as a librarian included service in the Army Special Services in Europe and the US, Enoch Pratt, Fort Meade and the MD Department of Education. She was a longtime resident of Linthicum, Md. A private service will be held at Trinity Episcopal Church, Elkridge, MD. Burial will be Monday October 3, 2005 at the United States Military Academy, West Point, NY.
NEWS
March 20, 1992
Georgia P. Kerr, who was active in church and civic affairs, died Jan. 24 at Union Memorial Hospital of a respiratory illness. She was 89 and lived in Randallstown.Services for Mrs. Kerr were held Jan. 27 at Loring Byers Funeral Directors Inc.Mrs. Kerr had been organist, choir director and Sunday school teacher at the First Presbyterian Church in Randallstown. She wrote a history of the church that was published in 1988.She served on the board of the Presbyterian Home in Towson for more than 50 years and was a former president of the International Sunshine Society, which serves the elderly.
SPORTS
By Daniel Lyght and Daniel Lyght,SUN STAFF | July 15, 2004
MITCHELLVILLE -- The day was done. The top two golfers had apparently been decided. So Chip Sullivan began to pack his bags at the Country Club at Woodmore, ready to head home to Daleville, Va. Then water started splashing and bushes started fluttering as leaders David Long and Bill Rislove sent their shots on No. 18 into the water and out of bounds. When the two finished, host professional Long had triple-bogeyed, shooting himself out of contention. Rislove double-bogeyed, putting himself into a three-way playoff with Sullivan and Dirk Schultz of Hagerstown, who was already driving home.
NEWS
June 3, 2004
On May 24, 2004, MARTHA KRAMER COX, beloved wife of the late Dr. George W. Cox, Jr.; devoted mother of Bonnie Ann Cox, the late Patricia Sue Hardesty, G. William Cox III, and Martha Elizabeth Cox; loving daughter of the late William D. and Versie Case Kramer; and dear brother of William C. Kramer. Also survived by nine grandchildren, and five great-grandchildren. Ms. Cox moved to the Collington Episcopal Life Care Community with her husband in 1988. Previously, Dr. and Mrs. Cox lived in Towson, MD for 25 years.
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