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June 9, 2004
On June 4, 2004, ERNEST G. MULLOY, formerly of Baltimore, MD. Survived by daughters Sylvia and Peggy and beloved grandson Todd Pope. Private Services were held in Las Vegas. Contributions can be made to Alzheimer's Association or Leukemia Foundation.
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July 1, 2007
Terrorist By John Updike Updike's chilling novel knits together his familiar preoccupations - sex, death, religion. In a slumping New Jersey factory town, 18-year-old Ahmad Mulloy, half-Irish, half-Egyptian, is intoxicated by Islamic radicalism. Prodded by an ambiguous Yemeni imam, Ahmad becomes part of a deadly plot, and it falls to a weary high school counselor to try to pull him back from the edge.
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NEWS
September 3, 2004
Paul Barclay Mulloy, a heavy equipment operator and mechanic who enjoyed riding all-terrain vehicles on his Carroll County farm, died of cancer Aug. 27 at his Woodbine home. He was 52. Mr. Mulloy was born in Sheboygan, Wis., and raised in Simpsonville, Howard County, where he had moved with his family in the late 1950s. He was a 1970 graduate of Atholton High School. He was a long-distance truck driver and later owned a rig for several years before becoming a heavy equipment operator and mechanic for Lane Construction Co. in 1997.
NEWS
September 3, 2004
Paul Barclay Mulloy, a heavy equipment operator and mechanic who enjoyed riding all-terrain vehicles on his Carroll County farm, died of cancer Aug. 27 at his Woodbine home. He was 52. Mr. Mulloy was born in Sheboygan, Wis., and raised in Simpsonville, Howard County, where he had moved with his family in the late 1950s. He was a 1970 graduate of Atholton High School. He was a long-distance truck driver and later owned a rig for several years before becoming a heavy equipment operator and mechanic for Lane Construction Co. in 1997.
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By Lisa T. Hill and Lisa T. Hill,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | March 13, 1996
Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. plans to ask the county zoning board to approve a power substation on 10 1/2 acres south of Westminster near Diamond Hills.BGE spokeswoman Peggy Mulloy said continued development in and around the city prompted the request. She said several recent power blackouts showed the need for the new substation."Carroll County is a very sought-out area for construction," she said. "And our service is not as reliable as we would like."Although BGE has owned the property on the south side of Kate Wagner Road near Little Morgan Run, Gist Road and Washington Avenue since 1981, the company must apply for conditional-use approval from the zoning board.
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By Kerry O'Rourke | June 16, 1991
Digital clocks were flashing around Central Maryland yesterday afternoon after a circuit breaker blew in South Baltimore, affecting power to all Baltimore Gas & Electric Co. customers, a company spokeswoman said.No one lost power as a result of the malfunction at 3:17 p.m., but lights dimmed, computers slowed, and other electrical appliances were affected, Peggy Mulloy, the spokeswoman, said.A separate incident in the Glen Burnie area at about the same time resulted in lost power for about 1,500 customers, she said.
NEWS
September 12, 1990
A contractor working on a new portion of the Metro accidentally struck an electrical cable and briefly disrupted power to 2,000 customers, mostly offices and businesses, in the downtown area early today.Peggy Mulloy, a spokeswoman for the Baltimore Gas & Electric Co., said the outage occurred about 6:45 a.m. when a Metro construction worker struck a cable at Market Place and Baltimore Street.The power was returned to most offices within 30 minutes, and power was restored to all customers by 9 a.m., Mulloy said.
NEWS
October 17, 1990
Twelve downtown electric customers, including the Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. itself, lost power briefly today when equipment at a Monument Street substation failed.BG&E spokeswoman Peggy Mulloy said the power went out at 7:21 a.m. and was restored to all affected customers at 7:28 a.m.Among the customers affected by the interruption were two BG&E properties on Hillen and Front streets, the Baltimore Sun building, the Lyric Theatre, Pennsylvania Station, the district office of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the Baltimore Life Insurance Co., Maryland Cup Corp.
NEWS
July 1, 2007
Terrorist By John Updike Updike's chilling novel knits together his familiar preoccupations - sex, death, religion. In a slumping New Jersey factory town, 18-year-old Ahmad Mulloy, half-Irish, half-Egyptian, is intoxicated by Islamic radicalism. Prodded by an ambiguous Yemeni imam, Ahmad becomes part of a deadly plot, and it falls to a weary high school counselor to try to pull him back from the edge.
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By Dail Willis and Dail Willis,SUN STAFF | December 25, 1997
A transformer fire fed by a gas line burned for several hours in Cockeysville yesterday morning, leading to the evacuation of several office buildings, fire officials said. No one was injured.The fire started shortly before 6 a.m. in a transformer on the ground between two parking lots at 10707 Gilroy Road, said county fire spokesman Mark Hubbard.One fire engine was called, and firefighters sprayed the fire first with water and then with foam. But it continued to burn because it was being fed by a nearby gas main, said Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. spokeswoman Peggy Mulloy.
NEWS
June 9, 2004
On June 4, 2004, ERNEST G. MULLOY, formerly of Baltimore, MD. Survived by daughters Sylvia and Peggy and beloved grandson Todd Pope. Private Services were held in Las Vegas. Contributions can be made to Alzheimer's Association or Leukemia Foundation.
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By Dail Willis and Dail Willis,SUN STAFF | December 25, 1997
A transformer fire fed by a gas line burned for several hours in Cockeysville yesterday morning, leading to the evacuation of several office buildings, fire officials said. No one was injured.The fire started shortly before 6 a.m. in a transformer on the ground between two parking lots at 10707 Gilroy Road, said county fire spokesman Mark Hubbard.One fire engine was called, and firefighters sprayed the fire first with water and then with foam. But it continued to burn because it was being fed by a nearby gas main, said Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. spokeswoman Peggy Mulloy.
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By Lisa T. Hill and Lisa T. Hill,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | March 13, 1996
Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. plans to ask the county zoning board to approve a power substation on 10 1/2 acres south of Westminster near Diamond Hills.BGE spokeswoman Peggy Mulloy said continued development in and around the city prompted the request. She said several recent power blackouts showed the need for the new substation."Carroll County is a very sought-out area for construction," she said. "And our service is not as reliable as we would like."Although BGE has owned the property on the south side of Kate Wagner Road near Little Morgan Run, Gist Road and Washington Avenue since 1981, the company must apply for conditional-use approval from the zoning board.
NEWS
November 27, 1995
Evelyn M. Huebl, 92, garden club memberEvelyn M. Huebl, garden club member, died Thursday of coronary artery disease at Anne Arundel Medical Center. The Annapolis resident was 92.Mrs. Huebl was born and raised in Baltimore and graduated from Eastern High School in 1921. Two years later she married Navy Capt. Roland M. Huebl, who died in 1985.Mrs. Huebl was a charter member of the Epping Forest Garden Club and the Seven Seas Garden Club. She also was a member of Epping Forest Young Foresters Organization and the Epping Forest News.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Staff Writer | August 19, 1993
An article in The Sun Thursday about an explosion at a BG&E generating plant included an incorrect location for the plant, which is near Pulaski Highway and Haven Street in East Baltimore. The article also should have said that police provided the addresses of several injured workers.+ The Sun regrets the errors.Five Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. employees were injured yesterday morning in an explosion at the utility's generating plant on Philadelphia Road in eastern Baltimore County.BG&E identified the workers as John L. Bland, 30, of the 200 block of Scotts Manor Drive in Pasadena; Thomas C. Coulter, 48, whose address was not available; William C. Gillingham, 50, of the 200 block of 21st St. in Pasadena; James T. Sotoski, 49, of the 100 block of Palmetto Drive in Edgewood; and William C. Fuller, 54, of the first block of Garden Ridge Road in Catonsville.
NEWS
By Staff Report | May 13, 1993
A lightning storm brought wind gusts of more than 60 mph, knocking out power to 61,527 homes in the Baltimore area late yesterday afternoon, utility officials said.Hardest hit was Anne Arundel County, with 25,500 outages, said Peggy Mulloy, a Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. spokeswoman."Most of the outages were in Carroll and Baltimore County, then all of a sudden, boom, it hit in the southern end," Ms. Mulloy said. "The second blast came as a surprise."The storm hit Carroll County about 4:45 p.m. It ripped through Anne Arundel about 8 p.m.In Baltimore County, 19,747 homes lost power; in Howard County, 6,083; Baltimore City, 5,962; Carroll County, 3,352; and Harford County, 787.Ms.
NEWS
By Staff Report | May 13, 1993
A lightning storm brought wind gusts of more than 60 mph, knocking out power to 61,527 homes in the Baltimore area late yesterday afternoon, utility officials said.Hardest hit was Anne Arundel County, with 25,500 outages, said Peggy Mulloy, a Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. spokeswoman."Most of the outages were in Carroll and Baltimore County, then all of a sudden, boom, it hit in the southern end," Ms. Mulloy said. "The second blast came as a surprise."The storm hit Carroll County about 4:45 p.m. It ripped through Anne Arundel about 8 p.m.In Baltimore County, 19,747 homes lost power; in Howard County, 6,083; Baltimore City, 5,962; Carroll County, 3,352; and Harford County, 787.Ms.
NEWS
March 1, 1992
A plunge from a scaffold claimed the life of a Baltimore Gas and Electric Co. worker yesterday morning at the Wagner generating complex in northern Anne Arundel County, the utility and police reported.Michael Andrew Bayer fell at least 30 feet from the scaffold, where he was removing piping from the fly ash deck of a coal-fired generator during an overtime assignment at the power plant along the Patapsco River off Fort Smallwood Road, officials said.Peggy D. Mulloy, a BG&E spokeswoman, said Mr. Bayer was using a chain-and-pulley device to remove piping and apparently fell when he leaned over a railing to reach a chain.
NEWS
By Dolly Merritt and Dolly Merritt,Contributing Writer | February 17, 1993
Sylvia Kaplan resisted when her daughter first encouraged her in 1989 to attend a meeting of the Insighters, a support group for the visually impaired."
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By Alisa Samuels and Joe Nawrozki and Alisa Samuels and Joe Nawrozki,Staff Writers Staff writer Edward L. Heard Jr. contributed to this article | July 16, 1992
More than 5,300 people in the Baltimore metropolitan area remained without electrical power today after powerful thunderstorms ripped through the state yesterday.Winds of up to 58 mph were reported in some areas. Utility officials said most of the damage was caused by more than 3,000 lightning strikes and the winds.No injuries were reported.While Baltimore Gas & Electric Co. trouble-shooters worked to restore lost power today, the company was giving out 80,000 pounds of dry ice where the storms hit hardest.
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