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By From Sun staff reports | December 17, 2009
The Orioles will hold their annual FanFest at the Baltimore Convention Center on Jan. 23 and will put individual game tickets on sale that morning. The event, which will run from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m., will feature current and former Orioles players and coaches signing autographs and participating in question-and-answer forums. There also will be forums with front-office staff and media; clinics for children on a youth-sized baseball field; exhibits; memorabilia dealers; interactive games; and the opportunity to apply for seasonal employment with the organization.
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By LARRY CARSON and LARRY CARSON,SUN REPORTER | July 12, 2006
A protective order prohibiting the husband of a Howard Board of Elections member from contact with two board employees until Jan. 11, 2007, was issued in Ellicott City District Court yesterday. Judge JoAnn Ellinghaus-Jones issued the order after hearing testimony from Kimberly Phillips that attorney William H. Morstein entered her work area during a visit to board offices in June, loudly cursed her for an alleged slight to his son and confronted her "nose to nose," saying, "We can take this outside."
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By Mark Hyman and Mark Hyman,Sun Staff Writer | September 8, 1994
The shuffling continues at Camden Yards. Only this time, the Orioles are hiring as well as firing.The latest addition to the club's front office is Walt Gutowski, whose resume includes stints with the Maryland Stadium Authority and the Baltimore Skipjacks, and the distinction of being the last public relations director of the Baltimore Colts. Gutowski began work this week as Orioles director of business affairs.Gutowski, 36, replaces Ernie Accorsi, who left the Orioles in July to join the New York Giants.
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By Katherine Richards and Katherine Richards,Staff Writer | June 24, 1993
Hampstead has purchased two new electric route books for use by the town's water meter readers, said Town Manager John A. Riley.He said the hand-held units, called "palmcorders," automatically read the town's newer water meters.With older meters, he said, the meter reader must type the meter reading into the unit."The time saving is when you come back to the office," Mr. Riley said. The palmcorders download all the meter readings directly into the computer system, so office staff do not have to transcribe them.
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By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | January 6, 1996
Cleveland Browns offensive coordinator Steve Crosby has resigned, owner Art Modell said last night.According to Modell, Crosby called him yesterday, asked and was granted permission to speak with other teams. Crosby's contract expires on March 1.Crosby, who was in his second year as the team's offensive coordinator, did not return calls to his office yesterday."Right now, I have no hint of who the new offensive coordinator will be," said Modell.Modell said last week that the offense and defense had become too predictable, and he met with six members of his front-office staff in Baltimore yesterday, including head coach Bill Belichick.
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By Tricia Bishop | May 21, 2012
A Baltimore grand jury indicted a 29-year-old woman Monday on attempted murder and seven other charges in connection with the brutal stabbing of her 8-month-old daughter during a supervised visit at a city social services office in April. Kenisha Thomas, who is being held without bail in the incident, was scheduled for a preliminary hearing in district court Tuesday, but the indictment will move the felony case into circuit court. An arraignment on the new charges is set for July 17. According to police, Thomas smuggled a large kitchen knife into a Baltimore social services office April 24 and repeatedly stabbed the infant, named Pretty Diamond, in the head and neck as office staff fought back, with one man throwing a chair at her. The baby, who previously was removed from Thomas' care, survived.
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By Martin Merzer and Martin Merzer,House Appropriations Committee/MIAMI HERALD NEWS GRAPHICKnight-Ridder News Service | November 28, 1992
WASHINGTON -- Weep not for George Bush.Like all former presidents -- and we sure have a lot of them these days -- Mr. Bush will be able to preserve much of the lifestyle to which he has grown accustomed. Courtesy of the U.S. taxpayer.More than $20 million will be spent next year on the care and comfort of Mr. Bush, Ronald Reagan, Jimmy Carter, Gerald R. Ford and Richard M. Nixon, making them the most expensive wards of the state in history.Even Lady Bird Johnson still receives a modest pension and some other benefits.
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By SHERRY GRAHAM | July 19, 1994
When the name ESCAPE Ministries Inc. is mentioned, the inevitable question follows. Escape from what?The acronym for Enabling Social and Church Advocacy for People Enrichment is actually a synonym for help.Since 1988, the coalition of 17 South Carroll area churches has worked hard to address the needs of the community and has served more than 700 Carroll County families and individuals.Although organized primarily as a referral and advocacy service, ESCAPE is able to respond to many kinds of situations.
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By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,Staff Writer | August 3, 1992
There are Waiters on Wheels in San Francisco, Food by Phone in Ann Arbor, Mich., Mobile Menu in Bucks County, Pa. and now, Restaurants 2 You in Annapolis, as the restaurant to home food delivery service craze arrives.Instead of handing over pizza, the delivery guy at the door whips out Chinese roast duck, say, or maybe stuffed flounder Florentine and a little linguine with clam sauce.Don Parker, of Annapolis, thought it was a brilliant idea when he first ran across it on a business trip to San Francisco last November.
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March 5, 2003
Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. announced yesterday that he is hiring a former Baltimore City police officer to take over the Governor's Office of Crime Control and Prevention. Alan C. Woods III will begin work as executive director March 24. Ehrlich fired several of the office's top staff members last month, and federal prosecutors have been investigating whether the agency used grant money for political purposes. Woods, 56, was a city officer from 1972 to 1981. He then spent 12 years as a division chief in the Baltimore state's attorney's office.
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