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By John B. O'Donnell and John B. O'Donnell,Washington Bureau of The Sun | February 2, 1994
Paul D. Muldowney, a Hagerstown businessman and former two-term Democratic member of the House of Delegates, said yesterday that he is running for the Western Maryland congressional seat held by Republican Rep. Roscoe G. Bartlett.Mr. Muldowney becomes the fourth Democrat to enter the race against Mr. Bartlett, a conservative freshman whose surprise victory in 1992 followed the defeat of the veteran 6th District Rep. Beverly B. Byron in the Democratic primary.Without directly criticizing the incumbent, Mr. Muldowney said he is "running to give the Sixth District the most effective and best representation possible."
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,Sun reporter | March 15, 2008
James D.M. Muldowney, a retired police officer who had been assigned to the Baltimore Police Department canine unit for nearly 30 years, died Tuesday of complications from Alzheimer's disease at Nichols Senior Care in Edgewood. The former longtime Overlea resident was 68. Mr. Muldowney was born and raised in Heckscherville, Pa., and served in the Navy from 1957 to 1961 as an underwater demolitions expert at the naval base in Little Creek, Va. After his discharge from the Navy, Mr.
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NEWS
November 3, 1994
One thing you can say for Rep. Roscoe G. Bartlett of Maryland's Sixth Congressional District: The Republican incumbent has kept his 1992 campaign promise to hold down government spending even when it imposed pain on his district and his constituents. His critics may not like his opposition to federal aid for snow removal in Western Maryland after the March 1993 blizzard. They may not like his votes against college loans, extended unemployment benefits and defense -- even monies that would have helped Fort Detrick.
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,Sun reporter | October 26, 2006
Three suburban apartment complexes in Towson, Ellicott City and Bel Air with a total of more than 2,400 apartments are up for sale, the commercial broker representing the owner said yesterday. The properties are the Charleston Manor on National Pike in Ellicott City, with 858 units; the 829-unit Fairways at Towson, which includes a 137-unit tower, on Goucher Boulevard in Towson; and the 732-unit Seasons at Bel Air, north of Bel Air on Route 22. The complexes are owned by Federal Capital Partners, a real estate company in Washington, and the New York investment advisory business Angelo Gordon & Co. The listings were announced yesterday by CB Richard Ellis Group Inc., the international real estate company.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | June 13, 2002
Margaret D. Muldowney, an East Baltimore homemaker and community activist who helped lead the battle against the Monument Street landfill and Pulaski Highway incinerator, died from complications of diabetes Monday at Augsburg Lutheran Home. She was 76. Mrs. Muldowney was head of the Monument Street Improvement Association and a founder of the Southeast Community Organization in the 1970s, when she organized residents living near the Monument Street landfill at Monument Street and Highland Avenue.
NEWS
November 3, 1994
Democrat Paul Muldowney's stand on some issues of the 6th District congressional race.* Crime: Supports mandatory sentencing for all violent crimes. Supports increasing the number of crimes punishable by death. Prison conditions should reflect punitive nature of incarceration. Rehabilitation programs to be limited to inmates committed to reform.* Health care reform: Against mandated employer payments. Americans should have access to group health insurance plans. Employees and employers, not government, should decide whopays.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,Sun reporter | March 15, 2008
James D.M. Muldowney, a retired police officer who had been assigned to the Baltimore Police Department canine unit for nearly 30 years, died Tuesday of complications from Alzheimer's disease at Nichols Senior Care in Edgewood. The former longtime Overlea resident was 68. Mr. Muldowney was born and raised in Heckscherville, Pa., and served in the Navy from 1957 to 1961 as an underwater demolitions expert at the naval base in Little Creek, Va. After his discharge from the Navy, Mr.
NEWS
By Frank Langfitt and Frank Langfitt,Sun Staff Writer | November 6, 1994
In the first three months of his freshman year, U.S. Rep. Roscoe G. Bartlett looked like a man trying to work himself out of a job.First, he made a remark that offended Asian-Americans. Then, after the Blizzard of 1993, he did not sign a letter requesting federal disaster aid for Maryland. Two weeks after that, his congressional office erupted amid charges that his chief aide had inappropriate physical contact with female staffers.By summer 1993, the scientist turned citizen legislator looked vulnerable, and fellow Republicans were circling.
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By Capital News Service | October 23, 1994
HAGERSTOWN -- Maryland's 6th District congressional candidates said they prefer local answers to federal involvement in dealing with tough issues facing the nation.But don't expect them to agree on specifics.Rep. Roscoe G. Bartlett, a Frederick Republican, and former state Del. Paul Muldowney, the Democratic challenger from Hagerstown, say they are tough on crime, critical of welfare and health care delivery and supportive of changes in education.However, they sometimes disagree on how to solve the problems.
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,Sun reporter | October 26, 2006
Three suburban apartment complexes in Towson, Ellicott City and Bel Air with a total of more than 2,400 apartments are up for sale, the commercial broker representing the owner said yesterday. The properties are the Charleston Manor on National Pike in Ellicott City, with 858 units; the 829-unit Fairways at Towson, which includes a 137-unit tower, on Goucher Boulevard in Towson; and the 732-unit Seasons at Bel Air, north of Bel Air on Route 22. The complexes are owned by Federal Capital Partners, a real estate company in Washington, and the New York investment advisory business Angelo Gordon & Co. The listings were announced yesterday by CB Richard Ellis Group Inc., the international real estate company.
SPORTS
By SANDRA McKEE | August 31, 2003
Pink. It has always been easy to pick out Shirley Muldowney from the crowd at an National Hot Rod Association drag race. She's the one in the pink driver's suit with the pink parachutes slowing her 8,000 horsepower, nitromethane-burning Top Fuel dragster. We'll miss her when they're gone. And she is going. Muldowney has pioneered a path for women in motorsports. She was the first woman to obtain an NHRA Top Fuel license and parlayed that into becoming the first and so far only woman to win an NHRA championship in 1977.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | June 13, 2002
Margaret D. Muldowney, an East Baltimore homemaker and community activist who helped lead the battle against the Monument Street landfill and Pulaski Highway incinerator, died from complications of diabetes Monday at Augsburg Lutheran Home. She was 76. Mrs. Muldowney was head of the Monument Street Improvement Association and a founder of the Southeast Community Organization in the 1970s, when she organized residents living near the Monument Street landfill at Monument Street and Highland Avenue.
NEWS
By Frank Langfitt and Frank Langfitt,Sun Staff Writer | November 6, 1994
In the first three months of his freshman year, U.S. Rep. Roscoe G. Bartlett looked like a man trying to work himself out of a job.First, he made a remark that offended Asian-Americans. Then, after the Blizzard of 1993, he did not sign a letter requesting federal disaster aid for Maryland. Two weeks after that, his congressional office erupted amid charges that his chief aide had inappropriate physical contact with female staffers.By summer 1993, the scientist turned citizen legislator looked vulnerable, and fellow Republicans were circling.
NEWS
November 3, 1994
Democrat Paul Muldowney's stand on some issues of the 6th District congressional race.* Crime: Supports mandatory sentencing for all violent crimes. Supports increasing the number of crimes punishable by death. Prison conditions should reflect punitive nature of incarceration. Rehabilitation programs to be limited to inmates committed to reform.* Health care reform: Against mandated employer payments. Americans should have access to group health insurance plans. Employees and employers, not government, should decide whopays.
NEWS
November 3, 1994
One thing you can say for Rep. Roscoe G. Bartlett of Maryland's Sixth Congressional District: The Republican incumbent has kept his 1992 campaign promise to hold down government spending even when it imposed pain on his district and his constituents. His critics may not like his opposition to federal aid for snow removal in Western Maryland after the March 1993 blizzard. They may not like his votes against college loans, extended unemployment benefits and defense -- even monies that would have helped Fort Detrick.
NEWS
By Capital News Service | October 23, 1994
HAGERSTOWN -- Maryland's 6th District congressional candidates said they prefer local answers to federal involvement in dealing with tough issues facing the nation.But don't expect them to agree on specifics.Rep. Roscoe G. Bartlett, a Frederick Republican, and former state Del. Paul Muldowney, the Democratic challenger from Hagerstown, say they are tough on crime, critical of welfare and health care delivery and supportive of changes in education.However, they sometimes disagree on how to solve the problems.
NEWS
By Donna E. Boller and Donna E. Boller,Sun Staff Writer | October 13, 1994
Candidates for the House of Delegates from Carroll County figuratively crowded stage right at a forum last night, describing themselves as conservative and offering conservative sound bites on issues ranging from abolition of parole to tax cuts.Earlier, Sixth District Congressional candidates Republican Roscoe R. Bartlett and Democrat Paul Muldowney gave similar-sounding answers to many questions.The candidates spoke at a Westminster forum sponsored by the League of Women Voters.In the Fifth District, which covers most of Carroll County, Democrat Richard N. Dixon, who described himself as a man whose 12-year record "reflects the conservatism of this county," is the only incumbent running.
NEWS
By Donna E. Boller and Donna E. Boller,Sun Staff Writer | October 13, 1994
Candidates for the House of Delegates from Carroll County figuratively crowded stage right at a forum last night, describing themselves as conservative and offering conservative sound bites on issues ranging from abolition of parole to tax cuts.Earlier, Sixth District Congressional candidates Republican Roscoe R. Bartlett and Democrat Paul Muldowney gave similar-sounding answers to many questions.The candidates spoke at a Westminster forum sponsored by the League of Women Voters.In the Fifth District, which covers most of Carroll County, Democrat Richard N. Dixon, who described himself as a man whose 12-year record "reflects the conservatism of this county," is the only incumbent running.
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