Advertisement
HomeCollectionsMontgomery Village
IN THE NEWS

Montgomery Village

FEATURED ARTICLES
NEWS
By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | November 4, 2013
Shackled in a Baltimore courtroom and facing a 110-year sentence for murder and arson, Terrence Rollins-Bey stood defiant - talking over the judge and prosecutor in a series of outbursts. "With respect to your honor, I object to everything you're saying," he said. Rollins-Bey, 25, was the second murder defendant in a week to openly challenge the authority of Baltimore Circuit Judge Emanuel Brown. Rollins-Bey and Robert G. Moore claimed in separate trials the court lacked standing to hear their cases - a move the judge described as an attempt to frustrate the proceedings.
ARTICLES BY DATE
NEWS
By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | November 4, 2013
Shackled in a Baltimore courtroom and facing a 110-year sentence for murder and arson, Terrence Rollins-Bey stood defiant - talking over the judge and prosecutor in a series of outbursts. "With respect to your honor, I object to everything you're saying," he said. Rollins-Bey, 25, was the second murder defendant in a week to openly challenge the authority of Baltimore Circuit Judge Emanuel Brown. Rollins-Bey and Robert G. Moore claimed in separate trials the court lacked standing to hear their cases - a move the judge described as an attempt to frustrate the proceedings.
Advertisement
NEWS
May 17, 2006
On May 3, 2006, C. PETER THOMAS beloved husband of Lindsey Thomas of Annapolis, MD Loving father of Evan and Ian Thomas both of Annapolis. Devoted son of Caryl Thomas of Montgomery Village. Brother of Jeffery Thomas of Wellesley Hill, Mass and Gail Thomas of Montgomery Village A Memorial Service will be held on Thursday, May 25 1:30 P.M. at the Chesapeake Bay Beach Club, 500 Marina Club Rd., Stevensville, MD. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to The C. Peter Thomas Children's Education Trust, c/o Merrill Lynch, Attn: Michele Mc Allister, 100 East Pratt Street, 22nd floor, Baltimore, MD 21202.
NEWS
By Joe Burris, Erin Cox and Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | April 19, 2013
An uncle of the two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings said his nephews had brought shame to his family and ethnicity, while their father insisted they were innocent and had been framed. The uncle, Ruslan Tsarni, said Friday from his front lawn in Montgomery Village that he had been following news reports and never could have imagined his brother's children were involved in the attack. He and another brother living in the middle-class Washington suburb said they have been estranged from the suspects' family.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | August 26, 1997
Sharon Briggs, who shared the title with Sheila Dagucon the first two years, then missed a year ago, returned to the winners' circle when she and Montgomery Village Golf Club partner Rita Chadwick posted 39-3574 to win the annual Maryland State-Women's Division two-women team championship by two shots yesterday at Rolling Road Golf Club.Although Briggs had seen the Catonsville course before, it marked the first time for Chadwick, and the pair did a good job of meshing their games. Against a women's par of 74 for the 5,707-yard course, they had two bogeys on the front nine, then played the back 2-under par. Chadwick birdied the 12th and 17th; Briggs, the 16th; and they bogeyed the final hole.
NEWS
October 15, 2000
In Montgomery County Michigan woman struck, killed while crossing road MONTGOMERY VILLAGE - A Michigan woman was killed when she was struck by a car as she crossed a Montgomery County road, police said yesterday. Virginia Ann Peterson, 48, was crossing Clubhouse Road in the Montgomery Village area about 8:30 p.m. Friday when she was struck by a 1988 Honda Accord driven by Edward Dickson Kendrick III, 36, of Gaithersburg, police said. Police said the woman, who had been house-sitting in the area, was flown to Maryland Shock Trauma Center, where she was pronounced dead.
NEWS
By NICOLE FULLER and NICOLE FULLER,SUN REPORTER | March 16, 2006
Three Montgomery County men were indicted yesterday on charges that they operated an illegal sports gambling ring in which they collected bets and made payments at Oriole Park at Camden Yards and other locations. Federal prosecutors said in court documents that for nearly three years, from 2001 to 2004, the men solicited prospective bettors to wager on professional and college football, basketball and baseball games. The indictment alleges that they set up two toll-free numbers -- and received more than 50,000 calls -- and advertised their operation through word-of-mouth, pamphlets and advertisements.
NEWS
By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | August 10, 2011
Twelve men have been charged with soliciting sex from undercover female officers in exchange for money along the U.S. 1 corridor in Laurel, Howard County police said Tuesday. Thursday's arrests marked the third county police sting operation this year. Police have continued to target the area after receiving tips from residents. Officers previously arrested a total of 17 men. Last year, police made 76 arrests. The following suspects were charged with solicitation of prostitution Thursday: • Saul Aragon-Perez, 34, of Laurel • Jeffrey E. Carter, 52, of Alexandria, Va. • David James Loyd, 46, of Laurel • Adelmo Marchorro-Vanes, 32, of Randallstown • Armando Martinez, 46, of Silver Spring • Dijohn Verandyn McGruder, 49, of Edgewater • Ricardo Melhado, 31, of Glen Burnie • Lawrence Obi Ngashu, 35, of Montgomery Village • Earl Warren Richards, 50, of Capitol Heights • William Harald Riley Sr., 44, of Laurel • Juan Hector Saco, 43, of Columbia • Manuel Sazo-Zepede, 27, of Columbia Residents are asked to call 410-313-STOP with tips.
NEWS
By Joe Burris, Erin Cox and Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | April 19, 2013
An uncle of the two suspects in the Boston Marathon bombings said his nephews had brought shame to his family and ethnicity, while their father insisted they were innocent and had been framed. The uncle, Ruslan Tsarni, said Friday from his front lawn in Montgomery Village that he had been following news reports and never could have imagined his brother's children were involved in the attack. He and another brother living in the middle-class Washington suburb said they have been estranged from the suspects' family.
BUSINESS
Gus G. Sentementes | October 12, 2012
Maryland is throwing a business competition to encourage startups to take root in the state -- the event is called the Invest Maryland Challenge. The prizes total $300,000 in grants and business services. So far, the competition has attracted 37 companies to pitch for a piece of the prize money, include a company from Washington DC and another from Virginia. The categories are computer hardware and software, life sciences and general. Only the general category is open nationally.
BUSINESS
Gus G. Sentementes | October 12, 2012
Maryland is throwing a business competition to encourage startups to take root in the state -- the event is called the Invest Maryland Challenge. The prizes total $300,000 in grants and business services. So far, the competition has attracted 37 companies to pitch for a piece of the prize money, include a company from Washington DC and another from Virginia. The categories are computer hardware and software, life sciences and general. Only the general category is open nationally.
NEWS
By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | August 10, 2011
Twelve men have been charged with soliciting sex from undercover female officers in exchange for money along the U.S. 1 corridor in Laurel, Howard County police said Tuesday. Thursday's arrests marked the third county police sting operation this year. Police have continued to target the area after receiving tips from residents. Officers previously arrested a total of 17 men. Last year, police made 76 arrests. The following suspects were charged with solicitation of prostitution Thursday: • Saul Aragon-Perez, 34, of Laurel • Jeffrey E. Carter, 52, of Alexandria, Va. • David James Loyd, 46, of Laurel • Adelmo Marchorro-Vanes, 32, of Randallstown • Armando Martinez, 46, of Silver Spring • Dijohn Verandyn McGruder, 49, of Edgewater • Ricardo Melhado, 31, of Glen Burnie • Lawrence Obi Ngashu, 35, of Montgomery Village • Earl Warren Richards, 50, of Capitol Heights • William Harald Riley Sr., 44, of Laurel • Juan Hector Saco, 43, of Columbia • Manuel Sazo-Zepede, 27, of Columbia Residents are asked to call 410-313-STOP with tips.
NEWS
May 17, 2006
On May 3, 2006, C. PETER THOMAS beloved husband of Lindsey Thomas of Annapolis, MD Loving father of Evan and Ian Thomas both of Annapolis. Devoted son of Caryl Thomas of Montgomery Village. Brother of Jeffery Thomas of Wellesley Hill, Mass and Gail Thomas of Montgomery Village A Memorial Service will be held on Thursday, May 25 1:30 P.M. at the Chesapeake Bay Beach Club, 500 Marina Club Rd., Stevensville, MD. In lieu of flowers contributions may be made to The C. Peter Thomas Children's Education Trust, c/o Merrill Lynch, Attn: Michele Mc Allister, 100 East Pratt Street, 22nd floor, Baltimore, MD 21202.
NEWS
By NICOLE FULLER and NICOLE FULLER,SUN REPORTER | March 16, 2006
Three Montgomery County men were indicted yesterday on charges that they operated an illegal sports gambling ring in which they collected bets and made payments at Oriole Park at Camden Yards and other locations. Federal prosecutors said in court documents that for nearly three years, from 2001 to 2004, the men solicited prospective bettors to wager on professional and college football, basketball and baseball games. The indictment alleges that they set up two toll-free numbers -- and received more than 50,000 calls -- and advertised their operation through word-of-mouth, pamphlets and advertisements.
NEWS
October 15, 2000
In Montgomery County Michigan woman struck, killed while crossing road MONTGOMERY VILLAGE - A Michigan woman was killed when she was struck by a car as she crossed a Montgomery County road, police said yesterday. Virginia Ann Peterson, 48, was crossing Clubhouse Road in the Montgomery Village area about 8:30 p.m. Friday when she was struck by a 1988 Honda Accord driven by Edward Dickson Kendrick III, 36, of Gaithersburg, police said. Police said the woman, who had been house-sitting in the area, was flown to Maryland Shock Trauma Center, where she was pronounced dead.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | August 26, 1997
Sharon Briggs, who shared the title with Sheila Dagucon the first two years, then missed a year ago, returned to the winners' circle when she and Montgomery Village Golf Club partner Rita Chadwick posted 39-3574 to win the annual Maryland State-Women's Division two-women team championship by two shots yesterday at Rolling Road Golf Club.Although Briggs had seen the Catonsville course before, it marked the first time for Chadwick, and the pair did a good job of meshing their games. Against a women's par of 74 for the 5,707-yard course, they had two bogeys on the front nine, then played the back 2-under par. Chadwick birdied the 12th and 17th; Briggs, the 16th; and they bogeyed the final hole.
NEWS
By Photos by Chiaki Kawajiri and Photos by Chiaki Kawajiri,sun photographer | October 9, 2006
In her shop in Montgomery Village, Savita Jain practices the ancient form of henna art - applying a temporary stain made from a ground-up plant in intricate patterns on her client's bodies. Jain says she has equal numbers of Indian and American clients. The Indian clients prefer to have their hands and feet adorned, while Americans are apt to ask for designs on all parts of their bodies. The stain lasts about three weeks.
NEWS
April 25, 2004
On Saturday April 24, 2004 HERMAN RUBIN, beloved husband of the late Ethel Rubin (nee Rosenfield) loving father of Leslie Rubin, Montgomery Village, MD., and Bruce Rubin of Coconut Grove, FL., adored brother of Mildred Wilder of Baltimore, MD., loving grandfather of Sarah and J. Noah Rubin. Services and Interment will be held at Har Sinai Congregation Cemetery, Garrison Forest Rd., Monday, April 26 at 12 noon. Please omit flowers ARRANGEMENTS BY SOL LEVINSON & BROS INC.
Baltimore Sun Articles
|
|
|
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.