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March 20, 2014
I have attended every meeting regarding the new Mays Chapel school — from which piece of land to use, to the committee's choice of options, to all board and public meetings. The common objective has been how to affect the least number of kids. Pot Springs Elementary has 167 kids over capacity; Padonia has 115 over. Hampton, Pinewood, Riderwood, Warren are not overcrowded. Pinewood, with its close proximity, will be less affected by Option B. It creates a walkable solution for them.
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March 20, 2014
I have attended every meeting regarding the new Mays Chapel school — from which piece of land to use, to the committee's choice of options, to all board and public meetings. The common objective has been how to affect the least number of kids. Pot Springs Elementary has 167 kids over capacity; Padonia has 115 over. Hampton, Pinewood, Riderwood, Warren are not overcrowded. Pinewood, with its close proximity, will be less affected by Option B. It creates a walkable solution for them.
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ENTERTAINMENT
By Elizabeth Large and Elizabeth Large,Sun Restaurant Critic | April 21, 1995
You want wings? Do we have wings for you. We have Buffalo style (a secret recipe), we have teriyaki wings, we have Buffalo garlic, hickory bbq, honey mustard, Jamaican jerk, pepper Parmesan and Cajun spiced. (Those last two come with pepper Parmesan dressing and Cajun sauce respectively instead of blue cheese dressing.)Not hot enough for you? How about Nuclear Wings (extra cayenne powder)? Or Wings From Hell (the original recipe laced with diced jalapeno peppers)?Actually it's Padonia Station that has all these wings, in so many different flavors and quantities (up to 100 for $32.95)
NEWS
The Baltimore Sun | October 31, 2012
As of 8:45 a.m. Wednesday, traffic was slow on southbound I-83 near Padonia Road in Baltimore County, due to an accident. Accidents were slowing traffic on Charles Street near Saratoga Street in Baltimore City, I-97 southbound near Route 32 in Anne Arundel County, Caton Avenue near Benson Avenue in Baltimore County, Broening Highway near Avon Avenue in Baltimore City, U.S. 40 eastbound near Nuwood Drive in Howard County, Hilton Parkway near North...
NEWS
January 24, 2000
The county Public Schools Education Foundation has awarded grants to three schools to support student achievement programs. The recipients are Padonia International School, $3,000 to support an after-school homework program for students in English for Speakers of Other Languages program; Catonsville Middle School, $1,430 to purchase computer software to help African-American pupils in Advance mathematics classes; Pikesville High School, $3,000 to support...
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sam Sessa and Erik Maza, The Baltimore Sun | September 16, 2011
With the Ravens out of town this weekend, many fans will be firmly planted on comfy couches, watching the action on their giant flat screen TVs. But tried-and-true sports bars have something you just can't get in your living room: camaraderie. There's nothing like sharing a bar with a couple hundred Ravens fans, cursing the referees and howling after the big plays. And when it comes to Ravens bars, Padonia Station is one of the best, hands down. It's been a Mecca for Ravens fans in and around Timonium for almost 30 years — and for good reason.
NEWS
BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | October 13, 2002
A collision at Padonia Road and Interstate 83 in Cockeysville snarled traffic and shut down portions of both roads late Saturday night, Baltimore County police said. The crash, involving a car and truck, occurred about 10 p.m. At least two people were injured. No details were immediately available on the cause of the crash or the conditions of the victims.
SPORTS
July 30, 1992
Springdale's Amanda White broke Polly Winde's 11-year-old record in the girls' 15-18 100-yard individual medley during the Central Maryland Swim League Championships yesterday at Padonia.White, a Dulaney High School athlete and the Baltimore Sun High School Athlete of the Year for her track and swimming accomplishments, was clocked in 1 minute, 7.83 seconds. That eclipsed by .07 of a second the record set in 1981 by Winde, who three years later came within an eyelash of making the U.S. Olympic team.
NEWS
By Baltimore Sun staff | June 17, 2011
The chief executive of the Padonia Park Club, a family-owned swim and child care center in Cockeysville, has been charged with downloading child pornography from the Internet, according to court documents filed in Baltimore County. Ira Charles F. Rigger Jr., 56, of Thurkill Court in Cockeysville, was released on bail Thursday. The police charging documents say detectives seized a Dell laptop computer, containing images of young girls, that Rigger allegedly used at the Jenifer Road business and at his home.
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The Baltimore Sun | August 22, 2012
As of 9 a.m. Wednesday, traffic was slow on I-83 northbound near Padonia Road, due to debris in the road. Accidents were slowing traffic on Hanover Pike and Old Hanover Road in Baltimore County and Ohio Street and Ontario Street in Harford County. Debris in the road was also blocking traffic on I-97 northbound near Dorsey Road in Anne Arundel County. Main Street was closed in Ellicott City from Old Columbia Pike to Oella Avenue, due to cleanup from the CSX train derailment.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | June 6, 2012
Jean E. Breiner, a registered nurse who had been the school nurse at Padonia Elementary School for more than two decades, died Friday of myleoid leukemia at her Timonium home. She was 77. The daughter of a truck driver and a homemaker, the former Jean Elizabeth Fedder — a fraternal twin — was born in Lebanon, Pa., and raised in Avon, Pa. "Joan Fedder, Jean's fraternal twin sister, was the youngest by 15 minutes," said a daughter, Nancy A. Sangiorgi of Ellicott City. "You could always tell the twins were coming by their identical outfits, worn from birth through high school.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Sam Sessa and Erik Maza, The Baltimore Sun | September 16, 2011
With the Ravens out of town this weekend, many fans will be firmly planted on comfy couches, watching the action on their giant flat screen TVs. But tried-and-true sports bars have something you just can't get in your living room: camaraderie. There's nothing like sharing a bar with a couple hundred Ravens fans, cursing the referees and howling after the big plays. And when it comes to Ravens bars, Padonia Station is one of the best, hands down. It's been a Mecca for Ravens fans in and around Timonium for almost 30 years — and for good reason.
EXPLORE
August 1, 2011
The Meadowbrook Tomatoes defeated the Padonia Park Pooh Bears to go unbeaten in the Central Maryland Swim League Division I. It was the second consecutive year the Tomatoes were solo champs of the division after sharing the title with Watermont and Padonia in 2009. Meadowbrook, Padonia, Dulaney, Springlake and Roland Run all sent swimmers to the Straehle Invitational on July 27. Below are the top-five finishers at the Straehle from local teams: Dulaney Dolphins 8-and-under girls- Lily Mead, 1st 25 fly, free, breast.
NEWS
By Baltimore Sun staff | June 17, 2011
The chief executive of the Padonia Park Club, a family-owned swim and child care center in Cockeysville, has been charged with downloading child pornography from the Internet, according to court documents filed in Baltimore County. Ira Charles F. Rigger Jr., 56, of Thurkill Court in Cockeysville, was released on bail Thursday. The police charging documents say detectives seized a Dell laptop computer, containing images of young girls, that Rigger allegedly used at the Jenifer Road business and at his home.
NEWS
By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | June 15, 2010
Police are searching for a Halethorpe teen charged with attempted first-degree murder in the stabbing of another teen at a Cockeysville party this month. Eric Lionel Townes, 17, of the 400 block of Burbank Court is charged with attempted first-degree murder and first-degree assault in the stabbing of a 19-year-old man in the 100 block of East Padonia Road, Baltimore County police said. Police responded at about 11:16 p.m. June 5 and found the victim with multiple stab wounds to his upper body.
NEWS
By Brent Jones and Brent Jones,brent.jones@baltsun.com | December 8, 2008
Leaders of a Timonium church have scrapped a controversial plan to build a 2,500-seat complex on the 30-acre site of the Padonia Park Club, where generations of Cockeysville-area residents went swimming and attended camps. The Rev. Daniel K. O'Brien, pastor of Grace Fellowship Church, announced the decision to his congregation during a morning service yesterday. He said later that the church had not raised enough money to develop the property. Neighbors had strongly opposed the plan, saying it would increase traffic, alter the complexion of the area and overwhelm water and sewer systems.
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