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August 5, 1992
* Sherry Sandlin, 22, of Columbia, office assistant:I'm going both ways. I think they should because they could endanger someone else's life. And it's illegal. But then again, what they do on their own time is their own business. [For example,] if it was on a weekend when they wouldn't be operating a bus [but the drugs may show up on a test]. I would lean more toward the bus drivers being tested.
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By Wesley Case and The Baltimore Sun | July 2, 2014
Brew House No. 16, a "gastropub" planning to open in Mount Vernon this fall, will focus on locally sourced Chesapeake-inspired cuisine, according to Marion Winik, the bar and restaurant's vice president of marketing. The North Calvert Street location - which will be run by the father-son team of Harry and brewmaster Ian Hummel - will also feature an on-site microbrewery that will serve patrons international and American styles of beer. Brew House No. 16 will operate out of a former firehouse, and part of the bar's name is the station's old number.
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By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | November 19, 2003
Dr. Donald Dwight Cooper, a Towson pediatrician and World War II medical officer who witnessed the formal Japanese surrender, died of congestive heart failure Saturday at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. He was 89. Born in Glyndon, he was the son of Clarence G. Cooper, superintendent of Baltimore County schools for 26 years. He attended the old Demonstration School at what was then the State Normal School in Towson. He was president of the Class of 1931 at Towson High School, where he ran track and played lacrosse.
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By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | June 25, 2014
Del. Steve Schuh declared victory late Tuesday night in the hard-fought Republican primary for Anne Arundel's county executive against incumbent Laura Neuman. With nearly all precincts reporting, Schuh held a 54 percent to 46 percent margin of victory over Neuman. Neuman congratulated Schuh via text message after midnight. She said she respected the will of the voters. "We gave it everything we had," Neuman told reporters in a near-empty Annapolis restaurant that had been filled with supporters just hours before.
NEWS
April 8, 2011
Correctional Center Volunteers 21 and older who pass a background check are needed as adult literacy tutors, to assist in the library, the sewing program, as a newsletter editor and as a photographer for special programs and events. The center also needs people to assist with recreational and sports activities, to teach CPR and to lead substance abuse meetings. Information: 410-222-6350, ext. 3159. United Cerebral Palsy United Cerebral Palsy of Southern Maryland needs volunteers for a variety of positions, including office assistant, board of directors and committee members, handyman, placing and picking up donation canisters, assisting at events, assisting with recreational activities, yard work and more.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Wesley Case and The Baltimore Sun | July 2, 2014
Brew House No. 16, a "gastropub" planning to open in Mount Vernon this fall, will focus on locally sourced Chesapeake-inspired cuisine, according to Marion Winik, the bar and restaurant's vice president of marketing. The North Calvert Street location - which will be run by the father-son team of Harry and brewmaster Ian Hummel - will also feature an on-site microbrewery that will serve patrons international and American styles of beer. Brew House No. 16 will operate out of a former firehouse, and part of the bar's name is the station's old number.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | August 24, 2012
Doris J. Spriggs, a former Social Security Administration specialist who later became an aide to six Baltimore mayors, died Tuesday of heart failure at Mercy Medical Center. The longtime Edmondson Village resident was 79. "Doris was really one of the characters at City Hall and was such a part of all of our work. She loved the city and loved what we were doing," said Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. "As a volunteer, she put in more hours than the people who work there full time.
NEWS
By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | May 3, 2014
Del. Don Dwyer is spending his final day in jail Sunday, completing a 60-day sentence for his 2013 drunken-driving and drunken-boating convictions. But while that debt to society will be paid, the Anne Arundel Republican acknowledges there's a political price that may yet come in next month's GOP primary - in which six challengers are vying to oust him. "They're all targeting me," said Dwyer, who has represented a Pasadena-based district for three terms. District 31B has two seats, and both Dwyer and fellow GOP incumbent Del. Nic Kipke are seeking to hold on to them.
NEWS
By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | June 25, 2014
Del. Steve Schuh declared victory late Tuesday night in the hard-fought Republican primary for Anne Arundel's county executive against incumbent Laura Neuman. With nearly all precincts reporting, Schuh held a 54 percent to 46 percent margin of victory over Neuman. Neuman congratulated Schuh via text message after midnight. She said she respected the will of the voters. "We gave it everything we had," Neuman told reporters in a near-empty Annapolis restaurant that had been filled with supporters just hours before.
SPORTS
By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | June 22, 2000
OAKLAND, Calif. - The Orioles severed another link to the regime of former general manager Frank Wren earlier this week by dismissing special assistant Bruce Manno. The move, made on Tuesday but confirmed by club officials yesterday, was part of an organizational "restructuring," according to a club executive and came in the second of Manno's three-year contract. The move completes an evolution that first saw him removed as assistant general manager last November after Wren's controversial firing.
NEWS
By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | May 3, 2014
Del. Don Dwyer is spending his final day in jail Sunday, completing a 60-day sentence for his 2013 drunken-driving and drunken-boating convictions. But while that debt to society will be paid, the Anne Arundel Republican acknowledges there's a political price that may yet come in next month's GOP primary - in which six challengers are vying to oust him. "They're all targeting me," said Dwyer, who has represented a Pasadena-based district for three terms. District 31B has two seats, and both Dwyer and fellow GOP incumbent Del. Nic Kipke are seeking to hold on to them.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | August 24, 2012
Doris J. Spriggs, a former Social Security Administration specialist who later became an aide to six Baltimore mayors, died Tuesday of heart failure at Mercy Medical Center. The longtime Edmondson Village resident was 79. "Doris was really one of the characters at City Hall and was such a part of all of our work. She loved the city and loved what we were doing," said Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake. "As a volunteer, she put in more hours than the people who work there full time.
NEWS
April 8, 2011
Correctional Center Volunteers 21 and older who pass a background check are needed as adult literacy tutors, to assist in the library, the sewing program, as a newsletter editor and as a photographer for special programs and events. The center also needs people to assist with recreational and sports activities, to teach CPR and to lead substance abuse meetings. Information: 410-222-6350, ext. 3159. United Cerebral Palsy United Cerebral Palsy of Southern Maryland needs volunteers for a variety of positions, including office assistant, board of directors and committee members, handyman, placing and picking up donation canisters, assisting at events, assisting with recreational activities, yard work and more.
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | November 19, 2003
Dr. Donald Dwight Cooper, a Towson pediatrician and World War II medical officer who witnessed the formal Japanese surrender, died of congestive heart failure Saturday at Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. He was 89. Born in Glyndon, he was the son of Clarence G. Cooper, superintendent of Baltimore County schools for 26 years. He attended the old Demonstration School at what was then the State Normal School in Towson. He was president of the Class of 1931 at Towson High School, where he ran track and played lacrosse.
SPORTS
By Joe Strauss and Joe Strauss,SUN STAFF | June 22, 2000
OAKLAND, Calif. - The Orioles severed another link to the regime of former general manager Frank Wren earlier this week by dismissing special assistant Bruce Manno. The move, made on Tuesday but confirmed by club officials yesterday, was part of an organizational "restructuring," according to a club executive and came in the second of Manno's three-year contract. The move completes an evolution that first saw him removed as assistant general manager last November after Wren's controversial firing.
ENTERTAINMENT
By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | July 27, 1998
Office technology - voice mail, the Internet, Powerpoint and Excel - is making the secretary obsolete.In white-walled suites throughout America, computer programs such as Microsoft Office and Lotus SmartSuite have put more power to manage and organize into the hands of workers who once were hired chiefly to take shorthand and answer phones.Today, they say, they have become office professionals.For example, Roxanne Rehak, an executive assistant at Sylvan Learning Systems, prepares Powerpoint audiovisual presentations for two company presidents and organizes arrangements for hundreds of vendors at the company's annual convention.
ENTERTAINMENT
By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | July 27, 1998
Office technology - voice mail, the Internet, Powerpoint and Excel - is making the secretary obsolete.In white-walled suites throughout America, computer programs such as Microsoft Office and Lotus SmartSuite have put more power to manage and organize into the hands of workers who once were hired chiefly to take shorthand and answer phones.Today, they say, they have become office professionals.For example, Roxanne Rehak, an executive assistant at Sylvan Learning Systems, prepares Powerpoint audiovisual presentations for two company presidents and organizes arrangements for hundreds of vendors at the company's annual convention.
NEWS
August 5, 1992
* Sherry Sandlin, 22, of Columbia, office assistant:I'm going both ways. I think they should because they could endanger someone else's life. And it's illegal. But then again, what they do on their own time is their own business. [For example,] if it was on a weekend when they wouldn't be operating a bus [but the drugs may show up on a test]. I would lean more toward the bus drivers being tested.
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