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By JAMIE STIEHM and JAMIE STIEHM,SUN REPORTER | June 24, 2006
Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr., a Republican whose new advertising campaign seeks to convince voters that he governs from the political center, named an openly gay judge to serve on the Baltimore District Court yesterday. Ehrlich appointed Christopher Panos, 47, a special master in the city Circuit Court family division, to a fill a court vacancy. Panos and his partner of 17 years, Dennis Cashen, are raising a young daughter, Cate. "This is indicative of social progress within the form of a judicial nomination," Panos said last night in an interview.
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September 9, 2013
We lost a good friend at the newspaper this week. And the public, from casual readers to those steeped in politics, lost a trusted journalist. Lou Panos, longtime Baltimore area journalist and political editor for this newspaper, died Sept. 8 of complications from heart disease. He was 87. Lou came to what was then known as Patuxent Publishing Co. in 1988 to lead political coverage in Baltimore County and Annapolis and to write a weekly column. Prior, he had already worked a full career as a reporter for the Associated Press for 20 years, 15 years with the Baltimore Evening Sun, then served as press secretary for Gov. Harry Hughes and as director of public affairs for the University of Maryland Shock Trauma Center.
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NEWS
January 24, 1993
WESTMINSTER -- A 37-year-old Parkville man was killed yesterday morning after his car slid into the path of a four-wheel drive station wagon on Route 140 near here, police said.William P. Panos was heading west in his 1982 Datsun from his home in Parkville to visit friends in Taneytown when his brakes apparently locked at 1:44 a.m., police officials said.Mr. Panos' car slid sideways across the road into the path of a 1993 Ford Explorer, driven by Charles P. Kuhns, 62, of Hampstead, police said.
NEWS
By Jonathan Pitts, The Baltimore Sun | September 8, 2013
Lou Panos, a heralded journalist and author who covered state and national politics during a career that spanned 67 years, died of complications from heart disease at Johns Hopkins Hospital early Sunday. He was 87. His daughter, Melanie Panos-Ortel, said a lingering heart condition had left her father in a weakened state, and the family had recently transferred him to a palliative-care unit at Hopkins. "His heart has just been tired for some time. He passed away in his sleep," she said Sunday.
NEWS
December 5, 2006
On December 1, 2006, VIENO MARTIN (nee Niemi), beloved wife of the late Raino E. Martin, loving mother of Kathleen Panos and son-in-law Randy Panos, devoted friend of Casey Sibelius and Clancey Oliver. Preceded in death by brother, Elmer Niemi. Services and interment are private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Arthritis Foundation, 9505 Reisterstown Rd, Suite 1 North, Owings Mills, MD 21117. Arrangements by BRADLEY-ASHTON FUNERAL HOME, P.A.
NEWS
By Donna E. Boller and Donna E. Boller,Staff Writer | January 24, 1993
A 37-year-old Parkville man was killed yesterday morning when his car slid into the path of a station wagon on Route 140 near Westminster, police said.William P. Panos was heading west in his 1982 Datsun from his home in Parkville to visit friends in Taneytown when his brakes apparently locked at 1:44 a.m., police said.Mr. Panos' car slid sideways across the road into the path of a 1993 Ford Explorer, driven by Charles P. Kuhns, 62, of Hampstead, police said.Mr. Panos was pronounced dead at the scene, near Pleasant Valley Road.
SPORTS
By Steve Bradley and Steve Bradley,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | April 12, 1998
ROCHESTER, N.Y. -- Bob Martino likes coming home, but twice in a week seemed like a little much to the Thunder captain, so he did something about it.Martino, who grew up 25 miles from Rochester in Canandaigua, N.Y., set up Chris Panos for the tying and winning goals as the Thunder rallied for a 16-13 National Lacrosse League victory over the Rochester Knighthawks last night before 6,373 at the Rochester War Memorial.The victory gives the second-place Thunder home-field advantage next Sunday against the Knighthawks (6-6)
NEWS
April 16, 1993
Driver killed in Jan. crash was intoxicatedA 37-year-old Parkville man killed in a two-car collision on Route 140 in January was intoxicated at the time of the accident, reported the state medical examiners office.The results of the autopsy toxicology examination, released on Thursday, indicated that William Peter Panos' blood alcohol content was in excess of 0.10 percent, Maryland's standard for intoxication.Mr. Panos was driving a 1982 Datsun west on Route 140 near Pleasant Valley Road at 1:44 a.m. Jan. 23, when the vehicle ran off the right side of the highway, skidded across the center line and collided with a 1993 Ford Explorer traveling eastbound.
SPORTS
By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | April 29, 1998
The Thunder's hopes of capturing the championship in the National Lacrosse League's inaugural season came crashing down last night as the Philadelphia Wings swept the best-of-three series with a 17-12 victory before 3,137 at the Baltimore Arena.Philadelphia, which would have had home-field advantage had the Thunder forced a third game, spoiled the home team's opportunity to tie the series by scoring five unanswered goals in the fourth quarter.Gary Gait, who demanded to be traded from the Wings to Baltimore in the preseason, was limited to two goals and three assists.
NEWS
By Michael Stroh and John Rivera and Michael Stroh and John Rivera,SUN STAFF | June 22, 2002
The Very Rev. Constantine M. Monios, dean of the Cathedral of the Annunciation and the senior-ranking Greek Orthodox clergyman in Maryland, died yesterday afternoon of prostate cancer. He was 68 and lived in Cockeysville. A man who first dreamed of becoming a priest at the age of five, Father Monios served as the head of the cathedral on Maryland Avenue and Preston Street for almost 27 years and was widely admired by parishioners and priests alike. "He was enormously respected and loved by his congregation," said Sen. Paul S. Sarbanes, a longtime parishioner who has known Father Monios since the priest arrived in Baltimore in 1975.
EXPLORE
April 9, 2013
The passing of yet another icon of old school, the much beloved Peter N. Panos, came late last month. The heart and soul of Bel Air's Main Street for many years, Pete passed away Monday, March 25, and the main thoroughfare through Bel Air became just a little emptier. You won't see the name of Pete Panos on any buildings or hear him honored for being a big noise. On the contrary, Pete, his brother Gus and his mom, Pota, were quiet, hard-working, middle-class folks with a passion for honest trading, human kindness and integrity.
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By Bob Allen | April 23, 2012
During his more than 60 years in the news business, Timonium resident Lou Panos crossed paths with people from legendary Baltimore scribeH.L. Mencken to the Kennedy brothers - as in RFK and JFK. Along the way, Panos, 86, who was inducted last week into the Maryland/Delaware/DC Press Association's Hall of Fame, cranked out articles, editorials and columns for the Associated Press for 20 years and later for the Baltimore Sun and the Patuxent Publishing...
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen | April 6, 2010
Augustus "Gus" Panos, who worked for the Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. for more than four decades and was an avid outdoorsman, died March 30 of leukemia at Upper Chesapeake Medical Center in Bel Air. He was 83. Mr. Panos was born and raised in Bel Air and lived above the Kandy Kitchen, his family's Main Street restaurant, which later became Panos Bar & Grill. "Gus came from a wonderful Greek family who ran the Kandy Kitchen, which originally made candy," said Todd Holden, a Harford County photographer and former longtime Aegis reporter.
NEWS
By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Special to The Baltimore Sun | October 5, 2008
North Harford ruled last week's District VII/Upper Chesapeake Bay Athletic Conference golf tournament. Ryan Triller shot a 1-under-par 71 to win Monday's competition at the Geneva Farms course. Triller was one of four Hawks to finish in the top 10 and help North Harford take the team championship. North Harford won its first UCBAC title with a score of 307, beating out C. Milton Wright (324) and Fallston (330). The Hawks are the only team from the tournament to qualify as a team for the state competition Oct. 21-23 at Potomac Ridge in Waldorf.
NEWS
December 5, 2006
On December 1, 2006, VIENO MARTIN (nee Niemi), beloved wife of the late Raino E. Martin, loving mother of Kathleen Panos and son-in-law Randy Panos, devoted friend of Casey Sibelius and Clancey Oliver. Preceded in death by brother, Elmer Niemi. Services and interment are private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Arthritis Foundation, 9505 Reisterstown Rd, Suite 1 North, Owings Mills, MD 21117. Arrangements by BRADLEY-ASHTON FUNERAL HOME, P.A.
NEWS
By JAMIE STIEHM and JAMIE STIEHM,SUN REPORTER | June 24, 2006
Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr., a Republican whose new advertising campaign seeks to convince voters that he governs from the political center, named an openly gay judge to serve on the Baltimore District Court yesterday. Ehrlich appointed Christopher Panos, 47, a special master in the city Circuit Court family division, to a fill a court vacancy. Panos and his partner of 17 years, Dennis Cashen, are raising a young daughter, Cate. "This is indicative of social progress within the form of a judicial nomination," Panos said last night in an interview.
NEWS
May 24, 1992
Pota Panos AyresOperated bar and grillPota Panos Ayres, who operated the Candy Kitchen Bar and Grill in Bel Air for more than 70 years, died of heart failure April 18 at the Bel Air home of a son, Augustus Panos, where she had lived for two years. She was 92.She was a recipient of a "Living Treasure" award from Harford government as the county's oldest businesswoman.Known as "Miss Nick," she moved to Baltimore from Sparta, Greece, at age 14. Four years later, she met and married Nick Panos, who worked at Lexington Market.
SPORTS
By Carol Phillips and Carol Phillips,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | March 14, 1998
HAMILTON, Ontario -- Don't joke about Friday the 13th around the Baltimore Thunder.Last night's matchup against the Ontario Raiders started out like a bad horror movie with the Thunder falling behind 5-0 in the first eight minutes, and there was no happy ending as it lost, 17-14, despite outshooting its opponents 63-48.Held to one fourth-period goal, the Thunder fell to 6-3 and third place behind Rochester in the National Lacrosse League with three games left. Rochester meets New York tonight.
NEWS
By Michael Stroh and John Rivera and Michael Stroh and John Rivera,SUN STAFF | June 22, 2002
The Very Rev. Constantine M. Monios, dean of the Cathedral of the Annunciation and the senior-ranking Greek Orthodox clergyman in Maryland, died yesterday afternoon of prostate cancer. He was 68 and lived in Cockeysville. A man who first dreamed of becoming a priest at the age of five, Father Monios served as the head of the cathedral on Maryland Avenue and Preston Street for almost 27 years and was widely admired by parishioners and priests alike. "He was enormously respected and loved by his congregation," said Sen. Paul S. Sarbanes, a longtime parishioner who has known Father Monios since the priest arrived in Baltimore in 1975.
SPORTS
By Steven Kivinski and Steven Kivinski,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | April 29, 1998
The Thunder's hopes of capturing the championship in the National Lacrosse League's inaugural season came crashing down last night as the Philadelphia Wings swept the best-of-three series with a 17-12 victory before 3,137 at the Baltimore Arena.Philadelphia, which would have had home-field advantage had the Thunder forced a third game, spoiled the home team's opportunity to tie the series by scoring five unanswered goals in the fourth quarter.Gary Gait, who demanded to be traded from the Wings to Baltimore in the preseason, was limited to two goals and three assists.
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