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June 30, 1995
Mount Hebron High School has been awarded $1,100 in the 1995 Nationwide Insurance Prom Promise program. The school placed fourth in the statewide competition for the student sign-ups.It also received 15 free tickets and 50 discount coupons to Adventure World amusement park in Largo.Nationwide Insurance sponsors Prom Promise to get teen-agers involved in providing solutions to the problems of alcohol and drug use.Seventy-one Baltimore schools and 153 schools throughout the state participate in the program.
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Jacques Kelly | November 15, 2013
Most Saturday mornings find me inspecting progress as an 1873 cotton duck textile factory makes its $45 million transformation into 84 apartments, offices and two restaurants. Known as Mill No. 1, at 3000 Falls Road, the complex seems to sit astride an invisible line between Hampden and Remington. It's taken nearly two years for this exceptional Jones Falls Valley industrial landmark to take its bows. The first wave of tenants moved in earlier this year; Evergreen Health is the first large commercial tenant.
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NEWS
March 31, 1991
George H. Dunlap, the first general chairman and chie executive officer of Nationwide Insurance, died Wednesday in Columbus, Ohio, at age 85. Mr. Dunlap served as a Nationwide Insurance board member from 1939 to 1975 and was board chairman of Nationwide Mutual, the flagship company in the Nationwide group, from 1941 to 1972. He was elected general chairman of Nationwide Insurance in 1969 and served until 1972, when he retired. He was president of Nationwide Corp., a financial services holding company, for five years before he became general chairman.
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By Michael Dresser, The Baltimore Sun | April 9, 2013
Sen. Edward R. Reilly, the No. 2 Republican in the Senate, announced Tuesday that he will seek re-election in his Anne Arundel County district. Reilly, 63, is a former Anne Arundel County councilman who was appointed to the 33rd District Senate seat in 2009 and elected in 2010. He is a consistent conservative whose pro-life views led him to cast one of two Republican votes in favor of repeal of the death penalty. A Crofton resident, Reilly also holds a jobs as a Nationwide Insurance representative.
NEWS
June 11, 1995
Liberty High wins drug pledge awardLiberty High School has been named Maryland Division A grand champion of the 1995 Nationwide Insurance Prom Promise program.One-hundred-fifty-three schools in Maryland participated in the program. This is the fourth year Liberty has been a Prom Promise grand champion.An awards assembly was held June 7. As grand champion, Liberty received $2,375. The school also received a $500 scrapbook from the Toyota Dealers Association of Baltimore.In addition, the school won free tickets to Adventure World Theme Park in Largo for every student who signed the pledge to remain drug and alcohol free on prom night.
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By Michael Dresser, The Baltimore Sun | April 9, 2013
Sen. Edward R. Reilly, the No. 2 Republican in the Senate, announced Tuesday that he will seek re-election in his Anne Arundel County district. Reilly, 63, is a former Anne Arundel County councilman who was appointed to the 33rd District Senate seat in 2009 and elected in 2010. He is a consistent conservative whose pro-life views led him to cast one of two Republican votes in favor of repeal of the death penalty. A Crofton resident, Reilly also holds a jobs as a Nationwide Insurance representative.
NEWS
December 11, 1990
A memorial service for Ruth K. Christhilf, a retired insurance company analyst, will be held at 6:30 p.m. tomorrow at the Barranco and Sons Funeral Home, Ritchie Highway and Robinson Road in Severna park.Mrs. Christhilf, who was 76 and lived on Red Oak Drive in Severna Park, died Saturday of cancer at the Anne Arundel Medical Center.She retired about seven years ago from the policy writing department of Nationwide Insurance Co. in Annapolis, where she worked for about 24 years.The former Ruth Kolb, she was born in Baltimore and was educated at the Friends School and the College of William and Mary in Williamsburg, Va.Her husband, John F. Christhilf, is a retired civil engineer.
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By Alisa Samuels and Alisa Samuels,Sun Staff Writer | June 8, 1994
Representatives from Nationwide Insurance Co.'s Prom Promise campaign presented Mount Hebron High School students with a $400 check yesterday, making the school the county's biggest winner this year in the anti-drunken driving contest.Carol Katsampis, an independent agent with Nationwide Insurance who has an office in Ellicott City, said officials surprised the nearly 1,300-member student body by reading the news over the intercom system yesterday.Mount Hebron placed fourth of 20 prize winners in "Division A" of the state competition, open to schools with 950 students or more, said Sam Bradshaw, Prom Promise's regional coordinator.
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By TaNoah V. Sterling and TaNoah V. Sterling,Sun Staff Writer | March 2, 1995
College is still two years away for Chikeva Brown, but she will get a $750 head-start on her expenses from a Nationwide Insurance Co. scholarship to be presented at the Tribute to Women of Color awards luncheon Saturday.This weekend, the 15-year-old sophomore from Broadneck Senior High School and seven other minority women will receive awards at the Annapolis Holiday Inn in these categories: future leaders, good Samaritan, pathfinder and service to youth.Corporate sponsors Nationwide Insurance, Anne Arundel Medical Center and William Reese and Sons Mortuary, also will present scholarships.
BUSINESS
June 14, 1993
New positions* Black & Decker Corp. named Ronald S. Taylor vice president for product development -- new business.* Chaselle Inc., a national distributor of school supplies, named Franklin P. Williams, CPA, controller.* Communications Electronics Inc., a Timonium-based mobile communications company, appointed Ramon L. Palmer Jr. director of mobile data development.* Clifton, Gunderson & Co., accountants and consultants, promoted Richard M. Fink, Tim A. Forry, David E. Ricks and Dawn L. Rowe to audit supervisors.
NEWS
By Stephen Kiehl and William Wan and Stephen Kiehl and William Wan,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | September 8, 2005
BATON ROUGE, La. - If David and Julie Bolyard were waiting for a sign, it came two Sundays ago. A StormTracker team from the Weather Channel showed up outside their house on the north shore of Lake Pontchartrain. They knew it was time to go. They loaded up their white Chevy pickup and headed for Baton Rouge. "You have to keep a good attitude," David Bolyard, a 46- year-old sailmaker, remembers telling his neighbors, "because in three days everything else will be gone." And so the Bolyards, clad in flip-flops and white T-shirts, stood under a tent in a Home Depot parking lot yesterday afternoon, waiting to speak with an Allstate Insurance adjuster.
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By David Nitkin and David Nitkin,SUN STAFF | May 25, 2004
Maryland's top insurance regulator invited a hand-picked gathering of industry leaders yesterday to play an active role in streamlining laws that govern their business. "We want to reduce the cost and the burden of being regulated," state Insurance Commissioner Alfred W. Redmer Jr. told a small group of insurance representatives who met with him at a downtown Baltimore law firm that specializes in insurance clients. The meeting had been criticized by some lawmakers and groups worried about the appearance of a close relationship between Maryland's insurance chief and the companies he oversees.
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,SUN STAFF Sun staff writers Kate Shatzkin and Craig Timberg contributed to this article | March 21, 1998
An assistant attorney general was arrested yesterday and charged with setting fire to his North Baltimore house, as his wife and child slept inside, in an alleged scheme to collect insurance money.Anthony K. Waters, 45, was indicted on charges of arson and insurance fraud, his lawyer and police said. He was arrested at his attorney's downtown office yesterday afternoon and was awaiting a bail hearing last night.The charges stem from a fire at 3 a.m. July 29, 1996, at Waters' semidetached home in the 6100 block of Dunroming Road in Cedarcroft.
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By Dana Hedgpeth and Dana Hedgpeth,SUN STAFF | September 11, 1996
State Farm Insurance Co., the state's leading insurer of homes, is hitting its 450,000 Maryland homeowners with annual premium increases averaging almost 8 percent statewide.The company's rate rise translates to an average of about $24 per home, but varies by area and other factors.State Farm's increase follows a recent move by the state's second-leading home insurance company, Allstate Insurance Co., with about 175,000 homeowner policies, to raise its yearly premiums by an average of about 17 percent statewide, or about $51 per home.
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By Peter Jensen and Peter Jensen,Sun Staff Writer | August 29, 1995
Insurance industry officials said yesterday they are confident that if the General Assembly follows the advice of a gubernatorial task force, Baltimore drivers soon will be paying substantially less for car insurance.Among the recommendations of the 17-member commission: Reduce certain types of mandatory coverage, ban the so-called "runners" who try to hook up accident victims with lawyers, prohibit lawyers from mailing solicitations to accident victims for 30 days after a crash, and deny victims multiple recoveries for the same injury.
NEWS
June 30, 1995
Mount Hebron High School has been awarded $1,100 in the 1995 Nationwide Insurance Prom Promise program. The school placed fourth in the statewide competition for the student sign-ups.It also received 15 free tickets and 50 discount coupons to Adventure World amusement park in Largo.Nationwide Insurance sponsors Prom Promise to get teen-agers involved in providing solutions to the problems of alcohol and drug use.Seventy-one Baltimore schools and 153 schools throughout the state participate in the program.
NEWS
By Katherine Richards and Katherine Richards,Sun Staff Writer | May 4, 1994
Four Meade Senior High students, along with firefighters, police and rescue personnel from several jurisdictions, played out a drama yesterday they hope will shock students into sobriety on prom night, May 13.They staged a mock car accident in which firefighters cut off the top of one car and used the Jaws of Life to pry open a door of the other to reach the battered, bloody victims inside. A U.S. Park Police rescue helicopter whisked away the most seriously injured as about 300 Meade seniors watched.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Staff Writer | May 17, 1992
ELDERSBURG -- Chugging a beer while sitting in a hearse gave Steve Speck an eerie feeling.The Liberty High junior and three classmates were making a "commercial" for a video, produced as part of the Prom Promise campaign. The promise is a pledge by students to celebrate the prom without alcohol and drugs.The expressions on the faces of actors turned quickly from silly smiles to sobered stares, as an announcer said, "If you are going to drink and drive, make your reservations early."They stopped their socializing, put down their beer cans and looked around, realizing they were in the curtained black vehicle.
NEWS
June 11, 1995
Liberty High wins drug pledge awardLiberty High School has been named Maryland Division A grand champion of the 1995 Nationwide Insurance Prom Promise program.One-hundred-fifty-three schools in Maryland participated in the program. This is the fourth year Liberty has been a Prom Promise grand champion.An awards assembly was held June 7. As grand champion, Liberty received $2,375. The school also received a $500 scrapbook from the Toyota Dealers Association of Baltimore.In addition, the school won free tickets to Adventure World Theme Park in Largo for every student who signed the pledge to remain drug and alcohol free on prom night.
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By TaNoah V. Sterling and TaNoah V. Sterling,Sun Staff Writer | March 2, 1995
College is still two years away for Chikeva Brown, but she will get a $750 head-start on her expenses from a Nationwide Insurance Co. scholarship to be presented at the Tribute to Women of Color awards luncheon Saturday.This weekend, the 15-year-old sophomore from Broadneck Senior High School and seven other minority women will receive awards at the Annapolis Holiday Inn in these categories: future leaders, good Samaritan, pathfinder and service to youth.Corporate sponsors Nationwide Insurance, Anne Arundel Medical Center and William Reese and Sons Mortuary, also will present scholarships.
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