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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | July 9, 2011
BOSTON — Luke Scott got positive news on the state of his right shoulder, as an MRA — an MRI with dye injected into the shoulder — showed no additional damage to his partially-torn labrum. "It's obviously great news," said Scott who was placed on the disabled list on Tuesday. "Now, the question is, 'Will I be able to perform like I want to?' That becomes the question. 'What do I have to do to get there?' I want to do something to help this team. " Scott, who has been battling shoulder issues all year, will see team orthopedist Dr. John Wilckens on Monday and likely get another cortisone shot in his shoulder.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | April 24, 2012
Left-hander Tsuyoshi Wada, who has not yet thrown a pitch for the Orioles, had an MRA on his ailing left elbow Tuesday and it showed ligament damage, according to manager Buck Showalter. “Wada has an elbow issue, problems with the ligament, the MRA showed. We will contemplate, along with him, what the next direction (is) to take,” Showalter said. “But it showed some damage in there with the ligament that didn't show up in the physical he took when he signed.” Showalter would not go into specifics, but it can be assumed that Wada has at least a partial tear in the ligament.
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By Carol L. Bowers and Carol L. Bowers,Staff writer | March 8, 1992
Although the County Council voted, 7-0, Tuesday to appeal the state's decision allowing an asbestos and rubble fill near Havre de Grace, county government won't join in the appeal.County Attorney Emory Plitt said Friday the appeal may be unnecessary, since county zoning laws will prevent Maryland Reclamation Associates Inc. from operatinga landfill."The permit says that it does not allow MRA to operate in violation of county zoning laws," Plitt said, citing new laws restricting the size and location of rubble fills.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | July 9, 2011
BOSTON — Luke Scott got positive news on the state of his right shoulder, as an MRA — an MRI with dye injected into the shoulder — showed no additional damage to his partially-torn labrum. "It's obviously great news," said Scott who was placed on the disabled list on Tuesday. "Now, the question is, 'Will I be able to perform like I want to?' That becomes the question. 'What do I have to do to get there?' I want to do something to help this team. " Scott, who has been battling shoulder issues all year, will see team orthopedist Dr. John Wilckens on Monday and likely get another cortisone shot in his shoulder.
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By Staff report | July 14, 1991
A Bel Air engineering company is asking in Harford Circuit Court that Maryland Reclamation Associates Inc. of Churchville pay nearly $17,000 in unpaid bills for work at MRA's proposed asbestos and rubble fill near Webster.The engineering firm, Morris & Ritchie AssociatesInc., filed suit July 2 seeking payment of $16,852 for engineering and surveying work the firm says it did at the site for MRA's proposeddump.In addition to Maryland Reclamation, Morris & Ritchie names LarryStancill of Joppa in the judgment.
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By Karen Shih and Karen Shih,Sun Reporter | July 12, 2008
In a new twist in a battle for beach access between local boaters and an island owner in the Magothy River, the local environmental association has filed a lawsuit in an attempt to force the owner to negotiate. The Magothy River Association alleges in the suit filed Thursday in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court that Dobbins Island is public land, because residents have been using the beaches there for decades. David L. Clickner Sr., the association claims, has reduced public access since buying the 7-acre island in 2004.
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By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | April 24, 2012
Left-hander Tsuyoshi Wada, who has not yet thrown a pitch for the Orioles, had an MRA on his ailing left elbow Tuesday and it showed ligament damage, according to manager Buck Showalter. “Wada has an elbow issue, problems with the ligament, the MRA showed. We will contemplate, along with him, what the next direction (is) to take,” Showalter said. “But it showed some damage in there with the ligament that didn't show up in the physical he took when he signed.” Showalter would not go into specifics, but it can be assumed that Wada has at least a partial tear in the ligament.
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By Dan Connolly, The Baltimore Sun | March 14, 2011
The Orioles' spring training MASH unit had a busy day Monday. Second baseman Brian Roberts had an MRI on his back in the afternoon. He will meet with his specialist at 9 a.m. Tuesday to go over the results. It's the same doctor who worked with Roberts in 2010. Right-handed pitcher Justin Duchscherer had an MRA on his left hip late Monday afternoon. He visited a chiropractor in the morning. An MRA is similar to a MRI, except dye is injected into the ailing joint. It provides a more specific readout — if the dye spills out, it is an indication of damage.
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By Dan Connolly, The Baltimore Sun | July 5, 2011
After several months of trying to play through a torn labrum in his right shoulder, Orioles outfielder Luke Scott finally shut things down with hopes he can return in a few weeks after rest and rehabilitation. The alternative is season-ending surgery for Scott, the club's 2010 Most Valuable Oriole who has struggled this year. "I do not want to be cut on. I want to avoid surgery at all costs if I can," said Scott, who is batting .223 with nine homers and 22 RBIs in 206 at-bats after homering a career-high 27 times last year.
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By Alan J. Craver and Alan J. Craver,Staff writer | October 6, 1991
Most days, David Brown doesn't dare use the dishwasher in his home near Havre de Grace.Herman Hague, another Webster-area resident, says there are days that he can't wash clothes in his washing machine."
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By Dan Connolly, The Baltimore Sun | July 5, 2011
After several months of trying to play through a torn labrum in his right shoulder, Orioles outfielder Luke Scott finally shut things down with hopes he can return in a few weeks after rest and rehabilitation. The alternative is season-ending surgery for Scott, the club's 2010 Most Valuable Oriole who has struggled this year. "I do not want to be cut on. I want to avoid surgery at all costs if I can," said Scott, who is batting .223 with nine homers and 22 RBIs in 206 at-bats after homering a career-high 27 times last year.
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By Dan Connolly, The Baltimore Sun | March 14, 2011
The Orioles' spring training MASH unit had a busy day Monday. Second baseman Brian Roberts had an MRI on his back in the afternoon. He will meet with his specialist at 9 a.m. Tuesday to go over the results. It's the same doctor who worked with Roberts in 2010. Right-handed pitcher Justin Duchscherer had an MRA on his left hip late Monday afternoon. He visited a chiropractor in the morning. An MRA is similar to a MRI, except dye is injected into the ailing joint. It provides a more specific readout — if the dye spills out, it is an indication of damage.
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By Karen Shih and Karen Shih,Sun Reporter | July 12, 2008
In a new twist in a battle for beach access between local boaters and an island owner in the Magothy River, the local environmental association has filed a lawsuit in an attempt to force the owner to negotiate. The Magothy River Association alleges in the suit filed Thursday in Anne Arundel County Circuit Court that Dobbins Island is public land, because residents have been using the beaches there for decades. David L. Clickner Sr., the association claims, has reduced public access since buying the 7-acre island in 2004.
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By Carol L. Bowers and Carol L. Bowers,Staff writer | March 8, 1992
Although the County Council voted, 7-0, Tuesday to appeal the state's decision allowing an asbestos and rubble fill near Havre de Grace, county government won't join in the appeal.County Attorney Emory Plitt said Friday the appeal may be unnecessary, since county zoning laws will prevent Maryland Reclamation Associates Inc. from operatinga landfill."The permit says that it does not allow MRA to operate in violation of county zoning laws," Plitt said, citing new laws restricting the size and location of rubble fills.
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By Alan J. Craver and Alan J. Craver,Staff writer | October 6, 1991
Most days, David Brown doesn't dare use the dishwasher in his home near Havre de Grace.Herman Hague, another Webster-area resident, says there are days that he can't wash clothes in his washing machine."
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By Staff report | July 14, 1991
A Bel Air engineering company is asking in Harford Circuit Court that Maryland Reclamation Associates Inc. of Churchville pay nearly $17,000 in unpaid bills for work at MRA's proposed asbestos and rubble fill near Webster.The engineering firm, Morris & Ritchie AssociatesInc., filed suit July 2 seeking payment of $16,852 for engineering and surveying work the firm says it did at the site for MRA's proposeddump.In addition to Maryland Reclamation, Morris & Ritchie names LarryStancill of Joppa in the judgment.
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December 20, 1999
Md. Retailers Association will honor 2 police officersEfforts against retail crime have brought awards from the Maryland Retailers Association for an Annapolis police lieutenant and an Anne Arundel County police detective.The awards to Lt. Robert Beans and Detective Teresa Robey will be presented Feb. 4 at a luncheon in Baltimore. As Suburban Maryland regional winners, both are eligible for the statewide award for retail crime prevention.The MRA is a statewide trade association for retail merchants.
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February 18, 1993
Heidi Richter and Bruce Popka have joined Annapolis-based Crosby Communications, Inc. as account executives.Ms. Richter comes to Crosby from Kansas agency MRA/Sandven, where she handled accounts including truck part manufacturer Navistar and Life Care Services Corp., a retirement housing developer.With more than a decade of experience with Baltimore and Texas agencies, Mr. Popka has dealt primarily with health-care related accounts and has been the public relations director for St. Joseph Hospital in Houston.
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