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April 14, 2004
On April 8, 2004, GERTRUDE OUTLAW (nee Peacock); beloved mother of William H. Peacock; cherished sister of Joe Edward Peacock; loving mother-in-law of Alice V. Peacock; devoted grandmother of Renee P. Bruce, William H. Peacock, II and Denise M. Peacock; affectionate great-grandmother of Christina N. Bruce. Viewing will be held on Wednesday, April 14, after 3 P.M. at the Estep Brothers Funeral Home, 1300 Eutaw Place. Family will receive friends on Thursday, April 15, at 10 A.M., followed by funeral services at 10:30 A.M. at the New Metropolitan Baptist Church, 1501 Mc Culloh Street.
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Sports Digest | August 24, 2014
Major League Lacrosse Late goals by ex- Terps Sieverts, Snider give Outlaws title, 12-11 Maryland alumnus Drew Snider scored on a high shot in transition from 15 yards out with 56 seconds left for the game-winner as the Denver Outlaws rallied to earn their first Major League Lacrosse championship by defeating the Rochester Rattlers, 12-11, on Saturday night in Kennesaw, Ga. The goal gave Denver its first lead since 19 seconds into...
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FEATURES
By Ron Gasbarro | September 22, 1990
A new kind of outlaw exists in America today. That person is not a killer, as such. Not a thief, exactly. Yet that person is slowly but steadily killing our environment, robbing us of vital resources that cannot be replaced.That person is the American homeowner. You know the type. The one who throws aluminum soda cans in the trash. Dumps house paint down the drain that ends up in the Chesapeake Bay. Saturates the lawn with chemicals. Flushes the toilet once, twice, three times a visit. Hasn't a clue as to how Styrofoam is made.
BUSINESS
By Natalie Sherman, The Baltimore Sun | August 16, 2014
Renting a spacious home in Ocean City for a week — a popular summertime escape for many from the Baltimore area — may soon be outlawed. Local officials are discussing a ban on short-term rentals across a number of large neighborhoods in the vacation town, as a response to complaints about rowdy parties and crowded streets. Though high-schoolers have for years descended in droves during Beach Week to sunbathe, dance and drink, some say the problem is spilling over to quieter districts of single-family homes such as Mallard Island and Caine Woods.
NEWS
November 25, 1991
BOGOTA, Colombia -- An outlaw group known as the Black Hand shot to death 12 people, including indigents, drug addicts and prostitutes, Colombian police said yesterday.The killings, which took place in the city of Matanza, appeared to be part of the Black Hand's violent campaign to eradicate elements of society that it opposes.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Stephen R. Proctor and By Stephen R. Proctor,Sun Staff | January 19, 2003
Kingdom of Fear, by Hunter S. Thompson, Simon & Schuster, 384 pages, $25 The trouble with Hunter S. Thompson's latest book is that he never decided what he was writing. Is it a memoir by the fabled gonzo journalist? Is it the story of a born outlaw's lifelong battle with The System? Is it a social critic's take on America's psyche post-Sept. 11? Kingdom of Fear tries to be all these at once, and the result is a book that feels as if it's drained Thompson's notebook of everything that hadn't hitherto found its way into print.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 6, 2002
After scarcely registering on the radar screens of college recruiters after his junior season, Mount St. Joseph's J.J. Outlaw wound up among the most prolific receivers in Maryland high school football. Today, during the early signing period for football, soccer, field hockey and water polo, Outlaw, 17, will sign for a full football scholarship to Division I-AA Villanova. Outlaw, who also plays basketball, turned down a scholarship offer in that sport from Coastal Carolina. He plans to try out for the Division I Wildcats basketball team.
NEWS
By NEW YORK TIMES NEWS SERVICE | September 22, 1996
WASHINGTON -- Unexpectedly, the crisis with Iraq has revived a debate on a taboo subject: whether, after all these years, the United States needs better relations with Iran in order to pursue its interests in the Persian Gulf.The mere existence of the debate doesn't mean that the Clinton administration can suddenly have a relationship with the country it has branded an "international outlaw" -- or that it should even try.Iran, after all, has been the lost cause of U.S. foreign policy ever since the ayatollahs overthrew the monarchy 17 years ago, and its officials have not signaled any serious desire to deal with Washington.
FEATURES
By Michael Corcoran and Michael Corcoran,COX NEWS SERVICE | February 15, 2002
AUSTIN, Texas - He wore a black hat, flashed a don't-mess-with-me grin and rebelled against Nashville's glossy commercialism with such defiant songs as "Are You Sure Hank Done It This Way?" Waylon Jennings, the raging soul of outlaw country music, recorded 60 albums and had 16 No. 1 country singles in a career that spanned five decades and began when he played bass for Buddy Holly. Known for such modern classics as "Good Hearted Woman," "I've Always Been Crazy" and a series of hit duets in the 1970s with Willie Nelson, Jennings died Wednesday after a long battle with diabetes-related health problems.
NEWS
By David Nitkin and David Nitkin,SUN STAFF | February 19, 2003
The aggressive, alien fish found breeding unchecked in a Crofton pond last summer did more than introduce Marylanders to an eerily named creature able to survive above the surface and crawl on land. The saga of the northern snakehead, a native of China, also exposed holes in the state's net of regulations for controlling exotic aquatic species that find their way with growing frequency into state waterways. The General Assembly has begun working to mend those gaps. Legislators began discussion yesterday on a bill that would grant the Department of Natural Resources authority to outlaw targeted species, enter private property to get rid of them and charge responsible property owners for the cost of their action.
SPORTS
July 30, 2014
Denver Outlaws (8-4) @ Chesapeake Bayhawks (4-8) When: Thursday, 7:30 p.m. Where: Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium Video: CBS Sports Network/ESPN3/Universal Sports Outlook: With a 10-7 loss to the Rochester Rattlers July 17, the Chesapeake Bayhawks - the two-time defending Major League Lacrosse champions - were officially eliminated from playoff contention. The loss, Chesapeake's eighth, also guaranteed the team its first losing season since 2009.
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Sports Digest | June 25, 2014
Lacrosse Rabil, Schwartzman receive MLL weekly honors Boston Cannons midfielder Paul Rabil (Johns Hopkins) and Denver Outlaws goalkeeper Jesse Schwartzman (Johns Hopkins, Pikesville) were named Offensive and Defensive Players of the Week, respectively. Rabil had three goals, including a 2-point shot, and five assists in Boston's 17-16 win over the Ohio Machine in overtime Saturday. Schwartzman stopped 28 of the 34 shots he faced, an .820 save percentage, in Denver's 9-6 win over the Chesapeake Bayhawks that night.
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Sports Digest | June 22, 2014
Major League Lacrosse Turner breaks thumb in Bayhawks' 9-6 loss The Chesapeake Bayhawks lost starting goaltender Kip Turner (Severn) to a broken thumb in a 9-6 loss to the host Denver Outlaws on Saturday night. The two-time defending Major League Lacrosse-champion Bayhawks (2-6) had a 54-35 edge in shots but were stymied by goalie Jesse Schwartzman (Johns Hopkins, Pikesville), who made 28 saves for the Outlaws (7-1). "Jesse Schwartzman was the best player on the field tonight," Bayhawks coach Dave Cottle said.
NEWS
By Erin Cox, The Baltimore Sun | April 4, 2014
Maryland lawmakers are poised to outlaw the shackling of pregnant inmates. The proposed law would make it illegal to shackle incarcerated women while they are in labor, delivery and recovering from giving birth. While legislative analysts said most jails and prisons in Maryland already advise against using waist restraints and unnecessary confinement for pregnant women, the bill makes clear that it is illegal and spells out the narrow circumstances under which pregnant women can be shackled.
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Erin Cox and The Baltimore Sun | February 5, 2014
Maryland senators voted Wednesday to outlaw sales of the clear, potent booze that's been a staple at college parties. The move comes after a push from Maryland university presidents who say grain-alcohol, which is 95 percent pure, contributes to a dangerous culture of binge drinking. The 190-proof liquor is sold under several brands and sometimes is marketed as "moonshine," but is often known by the most popular brand name, Everclear.  "This is a small step we can do to improve to safety," said Sen. Richard Madaleno of Montgomery County, a Democrat who sponsored the bill at the request of college presidents.
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By Erin Cox, The Baltimore Sun | February 4, 2014
Maryland senators will resume debate Wednesday on whether to outlaw the sale of grain alcohol, a colorless spirit so potent the chamber voted to ban it twice before. More than a dozen other states already forbid the sale of the 190-proof liquor, according to state analysts. The proposal has died in the House of Delegates in the past, but was revived with a new lawmakers pushing it this year. On Tuesday, the Senate took up the question of whether its prevalence on college campuses contributed to alcohol poisoning, and whether banning it would hurt small businesses that sell it. Democrat Sen. Rich Madaleno of Montgomery County said the president of Frostburg State University asked him to introduce the bill to ban substance, which is nearly pure alcohol, because of the problems it creates at colleges.
SPORTS
By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 4, 2001
J. J. Outlaw is the son of a former pro defensive back. Keon Lattimore is the half-brother of a current All-Pro linebacker. Yesterday, Mount St. Joseph's speedy duo made running an offense seem like child's play. The two combined for six touchdowns - scored six different ways - as the Gaels racked up 390 yards of total offense in a 58-36 victory over visiting Loyola. The Gaels (7-4) led, 50-15, early in the third quarter before the Dons got on track. The 58 points were a season high.
SPORTS
By Pat O'Malley and Pat O'Malley,SUN STAFF | January 7, 2002
J.J. Outlaw's senior leadership at nitty-gritty time and a 40-25 advantage in rebounds enabled No. 8 Mount St. Joseph to overcome its poor foul shooting and take a 51-42 decision over No. 16 Cardinal Gibbons yesterday in Irvington. Despite going 12-for-24 at the line and Outlaw sitting most of the second and third periods with four fouls, the host Gaels survived what turned into a half-court game against their wishes. Mount St. Joe (10-3 overall) evened its Baltimore Catholic League/MIAA A Conference record at 2-2. The Crusaders slipped to 8-7 and 0-1. Outlaw, the Gaels' senior point guard, made five of six free throws in the last 1:31 to finish with 11 points.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | August 21, 2013
The Denver Outlaws have secured their spot in the Major League Lacrosse history books by becoming the first team to complete an undefeated regular season, finishing 14-0. But coach Jim Stagnitta is fully aware that if Denver does not defeat the Charlotte Hounds (7-7) in Saturday's semifinal and beat either the Chesapeake Bayhawks (9-5) or Hamilton Nationals (9-5) in Sunday's final at PPL Park in Chester, Pa., that distinction won't mean much. “I think a lot of people will be disappointed,” he said during a conference call Wednesday of the prospect of failing to win the championship.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | August 11, 2013
By rallying from a five-goal deficit in the third quarter to overcome the Charlotte Hounds, 16-14, at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis on Saturday night, the Chesapeake Bayhawks (9-5) earned the No. 2 seed in the Major League Lacrosse playoffs and will face No. 3 seed Hamilton Nationals (9-5) Aug. 24 at 4 p.m. at PPL Park in Chester, Pa. Perhaps more importantly, Chesapeake avoided a semifinal meeting with the top-seeded Denver Outlaws, who became the first team in league history to complete an undefeated regular season at 14-0.
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