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February 16, 1996
In yesterday's editions, St. Mary's basketball player Heidi Moldenhauer was incorrectly identified in a photo caption.The Sun regrets the errors.
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By Luke Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun | June 12, 2012
A Canadian developer whose bid to build a slots casino in Baltimore was dismissed last year has been rebuffed again by a state appeals court. Maryland Court of Special Appeals Judge Robert A. Zarnoch wrote Monday that developer Michael Moldenhauer's Baltimore City Entertainment Group — which had appealed a decision by the state gambling commission — was "an unsatisfactory bidder. " It was not in the "best interests of the state" to award a license to a company that planned to install only 500 video lottery terminals, he wrote.
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March 30, 2008
BOYS BASKETBALL Player of the Year Isaiah Philmore John Carroll The Patriots played in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference this season for the first time. Philmore helped make a seamless transition from the B Conference to the tougher A Conference. The junior averaged 18.3 points and 10.1 rebounds a game. He got those numbers while often having to cover the other team's top swingman, including having to match up with All-Metro Player of the Year Sean Mosley from St. Frances.
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By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | July 5, 2011
A Canadian developer whose bid to build a slots casino in Baltimore has been dismissed by the city filed a federal lawsuit against a state gambling commission Tuesday, contending that the newest bidding process discriminates against companies owned by white men. Michael Moldenhauer's Baltimore City Entertainment Group says that the Maryland Video Lottery Facility Location Commission's request for proposals notes that one factor in its selection process...
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By Luke Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun | June 12, 2012
A Canadian developer whose bid to build a slots casino in Baltimore was dismissed last year has been rebuffed again by a state appeals court. Maryland Court of Special Appeals Judge Robert A. Zarnoch wrote Monday that developer Michael Moldenhauer's Baltimore City Entertainment Group — which had appealed a decision by the state gambling commission — was "an unsatisfactory bidder. " It was not in the "best interests of the state" to award a license to a company that planned to install only 500 video lottery terminals, he wrote.
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By Scott Calvert and Annie Linskey and Scott Calvert and Annie Linskey,scott.calvert@baltsun.com | August 30, 2009
A soft-spoken Canadian builder without deep Baltimore ties or much gambling experience sees opportunity in a deal that the biggest local developers chose not to pursue. He came to town last week to unveil his vision for a slots palace that he believes will pull in a half-billion dollars a year - an estimate that found a skeptical reception. Michael Moldenhauer's venture springs from an unusual land agreement that would let him build on a highly visible parcel near the Ravens football stadium that the city had promised to another developer for a different project.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | June 15, 2004
William John Grabowski, a Baltimore architect who specialized in designing health care facilities, died Friday at Johns Hopkins Hospital of complications from Eisenmenger syndrome, a congenital heart defect. The North Baltimore resident was 43. Mr. Grabowski was waiting for a heart and lung transplant at Hopkins at the time of his death. Born in North Olmsted, Ohio, and raised in Towson, he was a 1978 graduate of Loch Raven High School and earned a degree in architecture in 1982 from the University of Virginia.
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | April 8, 1994
While most high school basketball players are busy pursuing other interests after the long, storm-interrupted winter season, several will return to the hardwood this weekend to take part in the eighth annual Boo Williams Nike Invitational Girls Basketball Tournament in Hampton, Va.Three area Amateur Athletic Union teams, including two from the Anne Arundel County-based Maryland Waves and one from Freeplay of Baltimore City, will compete in the three-day event,...
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By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Staff Writer | July 10, 1992
Whoever said lightning never strikes in the same place twice is obviously unfamiliar with the Ledo Lightning.For the second straight year, the Davidsonville-based Amateur Athletic Union 13-and-under girls basketball team will flash its skills at the National AAU Junior Olympic championships in New Orleans.In its inaugural season last year, the Lightning finished ninth in a 44-team field of 12-and-under teams in New Orleans. This year, coach John Foran is hoping his squad can block out the thunderous hoopla surrounding the event and get down to the business of playing basketball.
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | January 6, 1996
The Institute of Notre Dame had high-scoring Robin Johnson and a loud home-court crowd.St. Mary's had lightning quickness throughout most of its lineup, a 12-game winning streak and a resourceful full-court press.And the winner again is unbeaten and third-ranked St. Mary's.The Saints rode the fourth-quarter scoring and defensive heroics of senior Tara Foran to a 51-41 victory over No. 11 IND yesterday in a Catholic League duel.Foran scored 10 of her team-high 16 points in the fourth quarter and had three steals to help break up a 31-31 tie at the end of the third quarter.
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By Nicole Fuller, The Baltimore Sun | December 17, 2010
Baltimore city officials argued in court Friday for a quick resolution to its legal battle with the would-be developer of a downtown slots parlor, a case that threatens to further delay casino gambling in Maryland's largest city. City attorneys asked Baltimore City Circuit Judge John P. Miller to issue a summary judgment in the lawsuit filed by Baltimore City Entertainment Group, which contends that the city unlawfully terminated a land deal for the casino after the state declined to give the developer a slots license . BCEG, headed by Canadian developer Michael Moldenhauer, sued the city for breach of contract in July, seeking $100 million in damages.
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By Scott Calvert and Julie Scharper, The Baltimore Sun | August 14, 2010
A year ago, Canadian developer Michael Moldenhauer emerged from a meeting of the Maryland slots commission and declared that "our financing is in place" to build a $212 million slots parlor near downtown Baltimore that would be filled with 3,750 beeping, blinking, prize-paying video lottery terminals. That commitment echoed his statements to officials in New Mexico, who chose him two years ago to develop a $50 million racetrack and casino in that state's northeastern corner. So far, the Toronto homebuilder has failed to deliver on his promises in either state, officials say. Repeated delays and blown deadlines have prompted state gambling boards in Maryland and New Mexico to cut ties with him. But Moldenhauer, 44, who brought no gambling industry experience to his bids for licenses in Baltimore and Raton, N.M., is not backing down.
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By Scott Calvert and Annie Linskey and Scott Calvert and Annie Linskey,scott.calvert@baltsun.com | August 30, 2009
A soft-spoken Canadian builder without deep Baltimore ties or much gambling experience sees opportunity in a deal that the biggest local developers chose not to pursue. He came to town last week to unveil his vision for a slots palace that he believes will pull in a half-billion dollars a year - an estimate that found a skeptical reception. Michael Moldenhauer's venture springs from an unusual land agreement that would let him build on a highly visible parcel near the Ravens football stadium that the city had promised to another developer for a different project.
NEWS
March 30, 2008
BOYS BASKETBALL Player of the Year Isaiah Philmore John Carroll The Patriots played in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association A Conference this season for the first time. Philmore helped make a seamless transition from the B Conference to the tougher A Conference. The junior averaged 18.3 points and 10.1 rebounds a game. He got those numbers while often having to cover the other team's top swingman, including having to match up with All-Metro Player of the Year Sean Mosley from St. Frances.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | June 15, 2004
William John Grabowski, a Baltimore architect who specialized in designing health care facilities, died Friday at Johns Hopkins Hospital of complications from Eisenmenger syndrome, a congenital heart defect. The North Baltimore resident was 43. Mr. Grabowski was waiting for a heart and lung transplant at Hopkins at the time of his death. Born in North Olmsted, Ohio, and raised in Towson, he was a 1978 graduate of Loch Raven High School and earned a degree in architecture in 1982 from the University of Virginia.
NEWS
February 16, 1996
In yesterday's editions, St. Mary's basketball player Heidi Moldenhauer was incorrectly identified in a photo caption.The Sun regrets the errors.
SPORTS
By John Harris III and John Harris III,Contributing Writer | December 11, 1992
You would think Annapolis Area Christian School girl basketball coach Lori Ebels would be pessimistic after losing seven seniors to graduation from a 9-7 team.She admits that her team is inexperienced, and it isn't real big, but the third-year coach won't use any of these facts for excuses."Our youth is both our strong point and our weak point. We're very young, but we have some good ballplayers; we just have to come together by the second part of the season," said Ebels, whose team finished second in the six-team Christian School Athletic Association last season.
SPORTS
By Roch Eric Kubatko and Roch Eric Kubatko,Staff Writer | September 12, 1993
The schedule never has been this difficult, yet the expectations might be at an all -time high.This is an exciting time to be involved with the Annapolis Area Christian School boys soccer program.Coming off a 13-4-1 season that culminated in a second-straight Christian Schools Athletic Association tournament title, the Eagles have taken a bold step forward by arranging games against three Maryland Scholastic Association A Conference teams."We wanted to show that we can play on a higher level and our best players shouldn't be discounted because of a supposedly weak schedule," said fourth-year coach Bob Topp, who also is the school's athletic director.
SPORTS
By Bill Free and Bill Free,SUN STAFF | January 6, 1996
The Institute of Notre Dame had high-scoring Robin Johnson and a loud home-court crowd.St. Mary's had lightning quickness throughout most of its lineup, a 12-game winning streak and a resourceful full-court press.And the winner again is unbeaten and third-ranked St. Mary's.The Saints rode the fourth-quarter scoring and defensive heroics of senior Tara Foran to a 51-41 victory over No. 11 IND yesterday in a Catholic League duel.Foran scored 10 of her team-high 16 points in the fourth quarter and had three steals to help break up a 31-31 tie at the end of the third quarter.
SPORTS
By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,Contributing Writer | April 8, 1994
While most high school basketball players are busy pursuing other interests after the long, storm-interrupted winter season, several will return to the hardwood this weekend to take part in the eighth annual Boo Williams Nike Invitational Girls Basketball Tournament in Hampton, Va.Three area Amateur Athletic Union teams, including two from the Anne Arundel County-based Maryland Waves and one from Freeplay of Baltimore City, will compete in the three-day event,...
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