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By Jacques Kelly | February 21, 2008
Debbie Paladino, an IBM manager who had been a standout athlete while a Centennial High School student, died of pancreatic cancer Sunday at a West Palm Beach, Fla. hospital. The former Ellicott City resident was 44. Born in Cincinnati and raised in Chicago, she moved with her parents to Maryland in 1978. "Fate sent Debbie Paladino to Centennial High School because an athlete of her ilk comes along every 100 years," said a 1981 Evening Sun article that named her the paper's Female Prep Athlete of the Year.
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By Jacques Kelly | February 21, 2008
Debbie Paladino, an IBM manager who had been a standout athlete while a Centennial High School student, died of pancreatic cancer Sunday at a West Palm Beach, Fla. hospital. The former Ellicott City resident was 44. Born in Cincinnati and raised in Chicago, she moved with her parents to Maryland in 1978. "Fate sent Debbie Paladino to Centennial High School because an athlete of her ilk comes along every 100 years," said a 1981 Evening Sun article that named her the paper's Female Prep Athlete of the Year.
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By Melody Simmons and Melody Simmons,SUN STAFF | October 19, 1996
A man who says he was held at gunpoint on Interstate 695 by an off-duty Baltimore police officer after a minor traffic collision has sued the officer, Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke and city police Commissioner Thomas C. Frazier, seeking $28 million in damages.Andrew J. Paladino of Reisterstown filed the suit in Baltimore County Circuit Court yesterday. He charges that Officer Tarodd Shawndre Jacobs assaulted and battered him in rush-hour traffic Oct. 9 near the Falls Road Bridge on the Beltway after Officer Jacobs' car "superficially" struck his vehicle as it inched along in a traffic jam.This week, criminal charges of assault, false imprisonment, reckless endangerment and improper use of a weapon were filed against Jacobs in Baltimore County.
SPORTS
By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | February 8, 1998
Shannon Grieve said shooting three-point baskets "was my thing" back at Oakland Mills High School.Apparently, she hasn't lost her touch.Grieve, a three-year starter at Oakland Mills before graduating in 1990 and the current Howard High girls basketball coach, made consecutive three-pointers in the final two minutes to lead her Blue team over the White squad, 37-34, in an alumnae game at Centennial High School.The contest opened last night's second annual Howard County Women's Athletics Hall of Fame inductions.
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By Melody Simmons and Melody Simmons,SUN STAFF | October 15, 1996
An off-duty Baltimore police officer who witnesses say pulled a motorist out of his car at gunpoint during a rush-hour argument on the Beltway last week has been charged with assault, false imprisonment, reckless endangerment and a handgun violation.Officer Tarodd Shawndre Jacobs, 24, a city police officer for two years and assigned to Southwestern District, was charged in Baltimore County District Court after Andrew J. Paladino, a Towson accountant, filed a criminal complaint late Friday with a county District Court commissioner.
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By Melody Simmons and Melody Simmons,SUN STAFF | February 21, 1997
Criminal assault charges against an off-duty Baltimore police officer who held a motorist at gunpoint on Interstate 695 in October have been dismissed by the Baltimore County state's attorney's office.Officer Tarodd Shawndre Jacobs, 24, assigned to the Southwest District, was charged with assault, false imprisonment, reckless endangerment and improper use of a weapon after a Reisterstown accountant said Jacobs grabbed him from his car and held a gun to his head after a minor traffic collision.
FEATURES
By John Dorsey and John Dorsey,Art Critic | August 16, 1992
Jerry Sherman gets excited about art. He can talk about it for hours at a time. He sometimes gets so excited it's counterproductive.One of his favorite artists is the Italian Mimmo Paladino, and recently at a Chicago art fair he saw a 1989 collage called "Cherubini" by Paladino. "I thought it was fabulous. I went wild. I jumped all over the place like a kid in a candy store. I thought later the price probably went up $5,000 then and there." He bought it subsequently from the same dealer at an art fair in Basel, Switzerland, "after crazy types of negotiations," and it became the fifth Paladino in his collection.
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By Stan Rappaport and Stan Rappaport,SUN STAFF | February 8, 1998
Shannon Grieve said shooting three-point baskets "was my thing" back at Oakland Mills High School.Apparently, she hasn't lost her touch.Grieve, a three-year starter at Oakland Mills before graduating in 1990 and the current Howard High girls basketball coach, made consecutive three-pointers in the final two minutes to lead her Blue team over the White squad, 37-34, in an alumnae game at Centennial High School.The contest opened last night's second annual Howard County Women's Athletics Hall of Fame inductions.
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By Alexander Pyles and The Baltimore Sun | April 30, 2014
Catholic High School runner Ellie Gonzalez placed second in the high school girls championship mile at the Penn Relays last week in Philadelphia. Gonzalez, The Baltimore Sun's Athlete of the Year in 2013, finished the race in 4 minutes, 47.26 seconds -- eighth fastest in the relays' history. Amelia Paladino of University High School Morgantown, W.Va., won in 4:45.34. Eight high school girls finished the mile race in under five minutes. An All-Metro first-team pick after the cross country and indoor track seasons this academic year, Gonzalez plans to run at Dartmouth next year.
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January 31, 1999
The third annual Howard County Women's Athletics Hall of Fame inductions and alumnae basketball game will be held Saturday at River Hill High School.The festivities begin at 6 p.m. with the always entertaining alumnae game. The inductions of Ginger Kincaid, Kori Kindbom and Auretha Fleming Baldwin into the Hall of Fame will follow, and the evening will be capped off with a girls varsity basketball game between Howard and River Hill.Kincaid has been at Glenelg for over 20 years, and currently is coaching field hockey and lacrosse.
NEWS
By Melody Simmons and Melody Simmons,SUN STAFF | February 21, 1997
Criminal assault charges against an off-duty Baltimore police officer who held a motorist at gunpoint on Interstate 695 in October have been dismissed by the Baltimore County state's attorney's office.Officer Tarodd Shawndre Jacobs, 24, assigned to the Southwest District, was charged with assault, false imprisonment, reckless endangerment and improper use of a weapon after a Reisterstown accountant said Jacobs grabbed him from his car and held a gun to his head after a minor traffic collision.
NEWS
By Melody Simmons and Melody Simmons,SUN STAFF | October 19, 1996
A man who says he was held at gunpoint on Interstate 695 by an off-duty Baltimore police officer after a minor traffic collision has sued the officer, Mayor Kurt L. Schmoke and city police Commissioner Thomas C. Frazier, seeking $28 million in damages.Andrew J. Paladino of Reisterstown filed the suit in Baltimore County Circuit Court yesterday. He charges that Officer Tarodd Shawndre Jacobs assaulted and battered him in rush-hour traffic Oct. 9 near the Falls Road Bridge on the Beltway after Officer Jacobs' car "superficially" struck his vehicle as it inched along in a traffic jam.This week, criminal charges of assault, false imprisonment, reckless endangerment and improper use of a weapon were filed against Jacobs in Baltimore County.
NEWS
By Melody Simmons and Melody Simmons,SUN STAFF | October 15, 1996
An off-duty Baltimore police officer who witnesses say pulled a motorist out of his car at gunpoint during a rush-hour argument on the Beltway last week has been charged with assault, false imprisonment, reckless endangerment and a handgun violation.Officer Tarodd Shawndre Jacobs, 24, a city police officer for two years and assigned to Southwestern District, was charged in Baltimore County District Court after Andrew J. Paladino, a Towson accountant, filed a criminal complaint late Friday with a county District Court commissioner.
FEATURES
By John Dorsey and John Dorsey,Art Critic | August 16, 1992
Jerry Sherman gets excited about art. He can talk about it for hours at a time. He sometimes gets so excited it's counterproductive.One of his favorite artists is the Italian Mimmo Paladino, and recently at a Chicago art fair he saw a 1989 collage called "Cherubini" by Paladino. "I thought it was fabulous. I went wild. I jumped all over the place like a kid in a candy store. I thought later the price probably went up $5,000 then and there." He bought it subsequently from the same dealer at an art fair in Basel, Switzerland, "after crazy types of negotiations," and it became the fifth Paladino in his collection.
FEATURES
By Mike Duffy and Mike Duffy,Knight-Ridder News Service | July 27, 1993
Annie Potts, late of "Designing Women," has a nice whimsical take on her new sitcom assignment.She's been hired to fill a spot on "Love & War," the highly rated but comically erratic CBS show from which Susan "Scapegoat" Dey was unceremoniously dumped last spring."
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