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October 3, 2007
Molly Jotkowitz, 91, formerly of Springfield, MA. passed away on September 28, 2007 in Thousand Oaks, CA. Born in Hartford, Conn. She was married to the late Max Z. Jotkowitz for 44 years. She is survived by her son Edward Jotkowitz, a daughter Janice Perlman and her husband Hazzan Emanuel, Rosalie Fromberg, six grandchildren Joseph Jotkowitz and wife Marcy, Amy Scop and husband Mark, Steven Perlman and wife Allison, Michael Jotkowitz, Benjamin Perlman and Marc Perlman and four great grandchildren.
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By Justin George and Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | August 4, 2014
Howard County officials say they are investigating security and screening procedures at Merriweather Post Pavilion after two concertgoers died and 19 others were sent to hospitals during an electronic dance music festival over the weekend. The deaths of two young men, ages 20 and 17, who attended the daylong concert called the Mad Decent Block Party were the latest tragedy for the nationally renowned amphitheater in Columbia that has been drawing major musical artists for nearly 50 years.
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February 10, 2005
On February 8, 2005, MOLLY ROSENTAL (nee Rosental); died at age 88 and was a Holocaust survivor. Longtime life and best friend of Manny Rosental; beloved mother of Ziporah Spigel and Freda Hershkovitz, both of Baltimore, MD; devoted mother-in-law of Arie Spigel and Shlomo Hershkovitz; devoted sister of Chaim Rosental of Israel and the late Zev and Moshe Rosental; loving grandmother of Scott Federman, Lisa and Gary Weinapple, Halaina Hershkovitz and fiance'...
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By Colin Campbell and Carrie Wells, The Baltimore Sun | August 3, 2014
A 17-year-old Woodbridge, Va., boy died Sunday evening of an apparent overdose, the second drug fatality following a Merriweather Post Pavilion concert on Friday, Howard County police said. The teen, whom police did not identify at the request of his family, was one of 20 hospitalized after the "Mad Decent Block Party" music festival at the Columbia venue. Authorities identified the man who died Saturday as Tyler Fox Viscardi, 20, of Raleigh, N.C. Police do not believe the two knew each other.
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September 28, 2003
On September 23, 2003, MOLLY MILDRED LEWISOn Tuesday, friends may call at VAUGHN C. GREENE Funeral Services, 4905 York Road, from 4:00 to 8:00 P.M. On Wednesday, Mrs. Lewis will lie instate at Church of The Redeemed, 4321 Old York Road, where the family will receive friends from 10:00 to 10:30 A.M., with services to follow. Inquiries to 410-433-7500.
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January 5, 2005
On Sunday, January 2, 2005, MOLLY CAITLIN COUNIHAN, age 24, of Elkridge, MD, passed away at Holy Cross Hospital. She graduated from Watkins Mill High School in 1998, Montgomery College in 2002 and received a B.S. in Special Education from Towson University at the Universities at Shady Grove in 2004. She began teaching Special Education at Patuxent Valley Middle School in Howard County, MD in September 2004. Molly is survived by her daughter Tegan Lee Counihan (3); her mother Maxine Counihan of Urbana, MD; her father Gene Counihan of Montgomery Village, MD, and her sisters Jenny Couser, Rainey Stafford, Carrie Ratliff and Erin Counihan.
NEWS
By LAURA VOZZELLA | December 16, 2005
One of Baltimore's biggest companies, Constellation Energy Group, could be gobbled up by a Florida utility. What's the most serious fallout for Charm City? Losing one of Baltimore's last Fortune 500 companies? Bummer, but we'd get over it. Losing thousands of jobs. Even bigger bummer. Losing Molly Shattuck as a Ravens cheerleader. Ugh! Perish the thought! I phoned Ms. Molly the other day as news of the merger was spreading to ask what it meant for her cheerleading career. If CEO-hubby Mayo had to look for a new job, would she limit his search to NFL cities?
FEATURES
By Ellen Hawks and Ellen Hawks,Staff Writer | March 25, 1992
It was still dark at 6 a.m. in early February when Charles "Chuck" Cunningham was on his way from his home in Westminster to his job as a government cartographer in Rockville. Traffic was brisk along two-lane Route 97 in Brookville but ahead of him he could see cars swinging out and around an object on the road which, from his distance, looked like a bag or a box.As he approached, he saw that the driver of a car ahead of him had stopped and was in the road trying to wrap his coat around the object.
NEWS
March 15, 2007
Mary Windsor "Molly" Harris, a Calvert School second-grader who enjoyed ballet and spending time at the beach, died of pneumonia Sunday at Sinai Hospital. The 8-year-old Ruxton resident developed breathing problems after contracting what appeared to be a cold, her family said. Born in Denver, Molly was an infant when her family moved to Ruxton in 1999. "I've known Molly since kindergarten. She was an amazing child with a huge heart. Her contagious smile could brighten the gloomiest of days.
SPORTS
By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 29, 2000
Saluteloot demonstrated once again her fondness for a muddy racetrack by romping to a 4 1/4 -length victory in the $50,000 April Run Stakes at Pimlico yesterday. The 5-year-old daughter of Salutely is now 4-for-7 on an off track. Ridden by Mark Johnston, Saluteloot covered the 1 1/4 miles in 2:07 4/5. Molly G tracked the winner throughout, but could finish no better than second. The long shot, Roby, closed to be third. The April Run Stakes was originally carded as a turf race, but was transferred to the main track because of steady rain.
NEWS
By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | June 27, 2014
Inside a three-story Victorian home in Towson, police said they found Baltimore County's first functional MDMA lab, producing a drug more commonly known as the trendy club drug "Molly. " Neighbors said they were surprised when county police officers and U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration agents rolled up to the house Wednesday morning and donned white hazmat suits before searching the home, just off York Road near the city line. Investigators found chemicals and glassware used to manufacture and sell MDMA, according to charging documents filed in District Court.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 3, 2014
Already having a stressful week? Breathe in, breathe out. Then go see Molly Szpara at this weekend's KarmaFest. Szpara will be teaching an hour of yoga and supervising the yoga area on Sunday at the everything-holistic-and-generally-relaxing annual fest, held Saturday and Sunday at Oregon Ridge Park. The 23-year-old Guilford resident started practicing asana yoga after attending KarmaFest four years ago. "I danced since I was about 3, and loved the idea of moving as a form of expression," she said.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | May 16, 2014
Molly O. Molter, the last surviving member of the family that owned Owens Yacht Co., who was known as "The Lady Boat Builder," died May 2 of respiratory failure at Genesis Eldercare Spa Creek Center in Annapolis. She was 104. The daughter of Charles C. Owens, a vice president of Westinghouse Electric Corp., and Mary Agnes Glynn Owens, a homemaker, the former Molly Glynn Owens was born in Brooklyn, N.Y., and moved with her family to Detroit in 1912. In 1925, they settled in Annapolis, where Mrs. Molter graduated from high school.
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By Karen Nitkin, For The Baltimore Sun | March 13, 2014
Molly Shattuck opens the front door of her sprawling brick North Baltimore home in a blur of color and energy. It's 10 a.m. on a gray February day, and she's wearing a tight purple dress that highlights her famously firm physique. Her blond hair is twirled into loose curls that descend past her shoulders, her lips are brightly glossed, and her blue eyes are accented with sea-green liner. Her feet are clad in scuffed pink slippers to protect the marble and wood floors, though she'll slip into nude 4-inch peep-toe Jessica Simpson pumps for photographs.
FEATURES
The Baltimore Sun | March 13, 2014
In a recent interview with The Baltimore Sun, Molly Shattuck revealed that she and husband Mayo A. Shattuck III have separated. The former Ravens cheerleader, who is busy promoting her new book, "Vibrant Living," with a national tour, said the split is amicable. "We are separated. Mayo has a home 2.4 miles away. We still love each other and spend time together as a family," she said. Mayo Shattuck, the former CEO of Constellation Energy, was not immediately available to comment.
NEWS
By Luke Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun | January 21, 2014
The director of Baltimore's Department of Social Services office announced her resignation Tuesday, after seven years leading the agency. Molly McGrath Tierney said she was leaving to join Bennett Midland, a New York-based management consulting firm, as a senior partner. Her last day will be Feb. 28. "I am proud of our accomplishments at BCDSS and have decided it is time to take on the new challenge of extending our accomplishments in Maryland to other parts of the country where there is a growing appetite for this kind of success," she said in a statement.
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By Rob Hiaasen and Rob Hiaasen,SUN STAFF | January 5, 2002
These are the dog days of winter. First, word spread nationally of the accidental death of Buddy, former President Bill Clinton's 4-year-old Labrador. In innocent pursuit of a departing home contractor, the dog ran from the Clintons' home and was struck and killed by a car Wednesday. The driver of the Ford Explorer, a 17-year-old high school student, told reporters she was heartbroken. Buddy, a chocolate Lab, had a spirited rivalry with the Clintons' White House cat, Socks. But it was Buddy who went home with the Clintons when they left Washington.
NEWS
By Glenn Graham and Glenn Graham,sun reporter | February 14, 2007
With victory secured, Molly Speicher reacted naturally enough, savoring the win and making sure everybody in the house knew about it. That it was a game of table tennis played in the family's rec room a couple of weekends ago didn't matter. When her older brother, Pat, sent his last shot a couple of inches long of the table, Molly was one up on him in a hard-fought, 23-21 overtime win. "I will never let him forget that one," said a smiling Molly, who acknowledges losing about four of every five games they play.
ENTERTAINMENT
Denise Weiss and For The Baltimore Sun | January 14, 2014
Hola, rosa lovers! Welcome to my recap-o of episode dos of "El Bachelor. " The 18 lucky ladies and Molly the dog move into the mansion. Molly, like many dogs before her, takes a few laps in the pool, and the ladies discuss that Clare, the fake baby bump hairdresser, will be going on the first Juan-on-Juan date. First Juan-on-Juan Date Clare is really excited about her date, entitled “Let's Chill Out. " Despite not going to bars, not participating in on-line dating and not even being out on a date in a long time, her expectations are low: “I know this sounds crazy, but this could be the first date with my future husband.” I'm thinking this is not really the right venue for a girl who hasn't dated in a while, but what do I know?
ENTERTAINMENT
By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | December 12, 2013
Eric Coble's dark-funny play "The Velocity of Autumn," a popular and critical success at Arena Stage in a potent production starring Estelle Parsons and directed by Molly Smith back in the fall, is heading to Broadway next April. The staging will mark the Broadway debuts of Coble and Smith, Arena's artistic director.  It's the 20th Arena staging to get a Broadway showing in the D.C. company's 63 years. "Velocity" will start previews April 1 at the Booth Theatre and open April 21 for what its being called a limited engagement.
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