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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun reporter | October 14, 2006
Evan Oglesby is conflicted. On one hand, the second-year Ravens cornerback is thrilled about the opportunity to get extended playing time in place of Corey Ivy in tomorrow's game against the Carolina Panthers at M&T Bank Stadium. On the other hand, Oglesby wishes the circumstances surrounding Ivy's absence were different. "It's unfortunate that a great player like Corey, a leader, got a freak injury like that," Oglesby said, referring to a kidney tear that Ivy suffered in Monday night's 13-3 loss to the Denver Broncos and will sideline him for at least a few weeks.
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By Colin Campbell, The Baltimore Sun | June 24, 2014
Baltimore police have arrested two men suspected of shooting a man in Southwest Baltimore last month, officials said. Hasan Howard, 31, and Gerald Oglesby, 22, were each charged with multiple counts of attempted murder in the shooting of a man who walked into an city hospital on May 22 with gunshot wounds to his back and left hand, police said. Detectives determined that the shooting - one of eight in the span of 24 hours that week - happened in the first block of N. Monastery Ave., police said.
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By JACQUES KELLY | January 12, 2009
Ann Healey Oglesby, a retired private school admissions director, died of cancer Wednesday at Mercy Medical Center. The Harbor East resident was 62. She had suffered from carcinoid carcinoma, said her husband of 35 years, Dr. Thomas J. Oglesby, a psychiatrist. Born Ann Healey in Baltimore and raised on Old Court Road in Brooklandville, she attended Garrison Forest School and graduated from the Marymount School in Richmond, Va. She earned an English degree from Wheaton College in Norton, Mass.
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January 15, 2010
On January 12, 2010 JOSEPH CLIFFORD OGLESBY, SR. Friends may call at the CHATMAN HARRIS FUNERAL HOME EAST, 4210 Belair Road Friday 2-8 p.m. The family will receive friends at the above chapel Saturday 1 p.m. Funeral Service will begin 1:30 p.m. Interment Thursday, January 21 10 a.m. Garrison Forest Veterans Cemetery. Inquiries to 410-488-5947.
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April 14, 2005
Harry Oglesby, a retired election machine technician and Cherry Hill activist, died of complications from diabetes Friday at Harbor Hospital. He was 84. Born in Gaffney, S.C., he moved to Baltimore in 1942 and served two tours in the Army -- in World War II and the Korean War. He was a truck mechanic's helper at the old Rice's Bakery on Gay Street until 1966, when he became a city Liquor Board inspector. He later became a city voting machine technician and supervised machine storage until retiring about 20 years ago. A Republican, he was a State Central Committee delegate to the 1968 Republican National Convention at Miami -- supporting the presidential candidacy of Nelson A. Rockefeller.
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By Brant James and Brant James,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | October 19, 1996
St. Paul's extraordinarily good week concluded with zest yesterday against a Severn field hockey club whose week had been extraordinarily bad, as the Gators dumped the foundering Admirals, 1-0, with their third consecutive loss.Fifth-ranked St. Paul's (7-0-3), which tied fourth-ranked Bryn Mawr and beat unranked Maryvale this week, provided the final right hook of the week to a now 5-3-5 Severn team that began the week unbeaten and top-ranked in The Baltimore Sun's poll.The Admirals were almost certain of falling out of the top spot anyway, having already lost this week to Roland Park and Bryn Mawr.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | November 3, 1996
On a lacrosse exchange trip to Japan last summer, Sarah Oglesby discovered how easily sports can transcend a cultural gap."Everyone is out there just to play. You don't really have a language barrier," said Oglesby. "I've always heard that you can make friends everywhere through sports, and it's true. There's a bond just because you both love the sport so much."For the St. Paul's senior, sports has been a common theme running through a range of interests -- from cultural diversity to art.Last year, Oglesby won a school-wide art contest with a Japanese watercolor that now hangs over the fireplace at home, but her favorite artistic pastime is drawing athletic action from photographs.
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By Michael Mayo and Michael Mayo,Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel | July 24, 1992
MIAMI -- Talk about your bizarre days at training camp. Miami Dolphins nose tackle Alfred Oglesby disappeared, teammate Richmond Webb's car turned up abandoned in Liberty City and detectives turned defense coach Tom Olivadotti's office into a scene out of "Dragnet."Oglesby returned safely to the team's St. Thomas University training site at 6 p.m., telling stories of being abducted at gunpoint and walking miles through the night.Two hours later, after police questioned him, the truth came out.Oglesby said he borrowed Webb's car Wednesday night, went to a strip bar to meet some teammates, and later went to a friend's apartment, where he had some drinks and fell asleep.
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By Greg Garland and Greg Garland,SUN STAFF | August 24, 2003
Police were searching yesterday for a suspect and motive in an early-morning shooting in West Baltimore that left a young mother of two dead and her 2-year-old daughter wounded. Police said one or more assailants fired "multiple shots" through the living room window of a duplex in the 2200 block of Lyndhurst Ave., killing Sherina Greenwood, 21, and wounding her daughter, Skyy. Det. Sgt. Darryl Massey said the killer appeared to have targeted Greenwood. But he said that police have not determined a possible motive or identified suspects in the attack.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Reporter | December 18, 2006
How young and thin was the Ravens' secondary down the stretch? With Samari Rolle and Corey Ivy out with injuries, 40 percent of Baltimore's nickel package was absent and Cleveland Browns quarterback Derek Anderson peered into a defensive backfield that essentially included three rookies. Coming out of the two-minute warning, the Browns faced a third-and-31, a situation that cried for six defensive backs. The Ravens stuck with five, as much a nod to the mobility of their linebacking crew as acknowledgment that they were low on bodies in the back.
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March 12, 2009
O n March 6, 2009, PATRICIA. Visitation 2140 N. Fulton Avenue on Friday 2 to 8 P.M. Family will receive friends at East Deliverance Church, 1001 North Caroline Street on Saturday at 11 A.M. Funeral 11:30 A.M.
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By Kevin Van Valkenburg and Kevin Van Valkenburg,kevin.vanvalkenburg@baltsun.com | February 17, 2009
COLLEGE PARK -Hang around Maryland basketball coach Gary Williams long enough, and you begin to understand something: He doesn't mind being in the eye of a storm. In fact, he prides himself on his ability to find calm in the center of chaos. There is no question that this season has been somewhat chaotic for the Terrapins (16-8, 5-5 Atlantic Coast Conference), who face another must-win game on the road tonight against No. 13 Clemson (20-4, 6-4). But if you look beyond the recent turmoil, which includes a star player squabbling with fans and the coach publicly feuding with the athletic department, Maryland has won three of its past four games.
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By JACQUES KELLY | January 12, 2009
Ann Healey Oglesby, a retired private school admissions director, died of cancer Wednesday at Mercy Medical Center. The Harbor East resident was 62. She had suffered from carcinoid carcinoma, said her husband of 35 years, Dr. Thomas J. Oglesby, a psychiatrist. Born Ann Healey in Baltimore and raised on Old Court Road in Brooklandville, she attended Garrison Forest School and graduated from the Marymount School in Richmond, Va. She earned an English degree from Wheaton College in Norton, Mass.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,Sun Reporter | December 18, 2006
How young and thin was the Ravens' secondary down the stretch? With Samari Rolle and Corey Ivy out with injuries, 40 percent of Baltimore's nickel package was absent and Cleveland Browns quarterback Derek Anderson peered into a defensive backfield that essentially included three rookies. Coming out of the two-minute warning, the Browns faced a third-and-31, a situation that cried for six defensive backs. The Ravens stuck with five, as much a nod to the mobility of their linebacking crew as acknowledgment that they were low on bodies in the back.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun reporter | October 14, 2006
Evan Oglesby is conflicted. On one hand, the second-year Ravens cornerback is thrilled about the opportunity to get extended playing time in place of Corey Ivy in tomorrow's game against the Carolina Panthers at M&T Bank Stadium. On the other hand, Oglesby wishes the circumstances surrounding Ivy's absence were different. "It's unfortunate that a great player like Corey, a leader, got a freak injury like that," Oglesby said, referring to a kidney tear that Ivy suffered in Monday night's 13-3 loss to the Denver Broncos and will sideline him for at least a few weeks.
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April 14, 2005
Harry Oglesby, a retired election machine technician and Cherry Hill activist, died of complications from diabetes Friday at Harbor Hospital. He was 84. Born in Gaffney, S.C., he moved to Baltimore in 1942 and served two tours in the Army -- in World War II and the Korean War. He was a truck mechanic's helper at the old Rice's Bakery on Gay Street until 1966, when he became a city Liquor Board inspector. He later became a city voting machine technician and supervised machine storage until retiring about 20 years ago. A Republican, he was a State Central Committee delegate to the 1968 Republican National Convention at Miami -- supporting the presidential candidacy of Nelson A. Rockefeller.
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | October 30, 1996
By the time St. Paul's coach Eileen Alban called time out with 4 1/2 minutes left in yesterday's scoreless game against Notre Dame Prep, the Gators had taken 15 shots."
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By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | November 10, 1996
The new St. Paul's signs and T-shirts will read, "Finished."The No. 3 Gators rode two years worth of determination to their first Association of Independent Schools A Division field hockey title winning yesterday's tournament final, 2-0, over No. 5 Roland Park."
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April 12, 2005
On April 7, 2005, HARRY. Visition at 2140 N. Fulton Ave. on Wednesday 2 to 8 pm. The family will receive friends at Cherry Hill Presbyterian Church, 819 Cherry Hill Rd, on Thursday at 10 am. Funeral at 11 am.
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By Greg Garland and Greg Garland,SUN STAFF | August 24, 2003
Police were searching yesterday for a suspect and motive in an early-morning shooting in West Baltimore that left a young mother of two dead and her 2-year-old daughter wounded. Police said one or more assailants fired "multiple shots" through the living room window of a duplex in the 2200 block of Lyndhurst Ave., killing Sherina Greenwood, 21, and wounding her daughter, Skyy. Det. Sgt. Darryl Massey said the killer appeared to have targeted Greenwood. But he said that police have not determined a possible motive or identified suspects in the attack.
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