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By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Staff writer | February 11, 1992
If Tom Paolino were grading the state's new school performance testing program, he'd flunk it.Paolino, president of the Teachers Association of Anne Arundel County, told state lawmakers Friday that the year-old testing program is diverting attention and scarce state dollars away from classroom instruction.Anne Arundel County schools spent $1.1 million last year trainingadministrators and teachers to administer the Maryland Schools Performance Program tests, coaching students and manipulating their scores, Paolino said.
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By John Lindner, Special to the Sun | December 19, 2010
A cafe should be a small, quiet place with wood and wrought iron trim. It should have a menu remarkable for its discriminating brevity. And it should be attended by astute but casual servers watchful of beverage levels and always ready to light your Gauloises. OK, I'm awake now. Dream over. But given my ideal for the genre, I'm always a bit let down with a place that bills itself as a cafe but looks, instead, a lot more like a cafeteria, with a long chow counter and Formica-topped tables, harried order takers and mall lighting.
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By Monica Norton and Monica Norton,Staff writer | April 3, 1992
County teachers have voted to accept a contract agreement with the school system that provides no salary increases for the second consecutive year.Thomas J. Paolino, president of the Teachers Association of Anne Arundel County (TAAAC), said teachers voted overwhelmingly Wednesday night at Severn River Junior High, and with no debate, to accept the contract."There was a lot of frustration in the building among teachers," Paolino said. "Morale is lower than ever before."A mediator had to be called in to resolve the dispute between the school system and TAAAC after negotiations broke off in January over the issues of personal leave and planning time.
NEWS
August 10, 2005
On August 8, 2005, JOSEPH M. PAOLINO, survived by his wife Jennie M. Paolino; three daughters, Regina Powell, Linda Smith and Sandra Morgan; eight grandchildren, David Huber, Joshua Duckworth, Todd Smith, Tara Smith, Tatum Smith, James Smith, Danielle Eckelt and Dustin Eckelt and also survived by eight great-grandchildren. Memorial services will be private. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to Rosedale Baptist Church, 9202 Philadelphia Rd., Baltimore, MD 21237.
NEWS
February 8, 1991
The president of the county teachers union will be volunteering as asubstitute two days a month in county schools.Tom Paolino requested the assignment after budget cuts forced the school system to stophiring substitutes for student activities such as field trips."
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By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,Staff writer | February 17, 1991
Criticizing the school board as "totally unreasonable" and "unwilling to show any compassion," the county teachers association broke off contract talks Friday and will seek the help of a state mediator.Thomas J. Paolino, president of the Teachers Association of Anne Arundel County, said that talks did not break down over money, but over non-fiscal items such as the allocation of hours and the installation of emergency call buttons in class rooms."We had lengthy discussions," he said, "most over non-fiscal items because we took into consideration the economic downturn and recession.
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By Monica Norton and Monica Norton,Staff writer | March 26, 1992
The Teachers Association of Anne Arundel County has reached a tentative agreement with the school system that would allow teachers to accumulate personal leave.TAAAC President Thomas J. Paolino presented the tentative pact to his membership yesterday. A ratification voteis scheduled for April 1.The school board initially wanted teachers to "use or lose" personal days at the end of the school year, Paolino said.The contractsettlement also allows for department chairmen and media specialiststo have five additional paid days for planning added to their 190-day work year.
NEWS
November 6, 1999
Hazel A. W. Lewis, 87, homemaker, music-loverHazel Arbutus Williams Lewis, a homemaker, music-lover and churchgoer, died Sunday at Heritage Nursing Center in Dundalk after suffering a stroke that left her in a coma. She was 87.Born in a railroad car in Phillipe, W. Va., Mrs. Lewis lived most of her life in Cumberland. As a teen-ager, she wore a bride costume to a Halloween party, where she met Elmer E. Lewis Sr., a B & O Railroad worker. They were married 64 years. Mr. Lewis died seven years ago.Gospel music was a talent.
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By MICHAEL OLESKER | June 5, 1994
Bud Paolino's being coaxed into talking about his landing in France, 50 years ago tomorrow, when he hears the sound of big guns exploding on a television news program. The whole country's remembering D-Day now. Everybody's playing surrogate soldiers, conveniently protected by time and distance. But, half a century after the fact, the ones like Bud Paolino hear pTC the noise on the television set, and it brings back Normandy.He was 19, married and expecting a child when they sent him over: Eleven weeks on a troop ship that landed in Liverpool, England, in June of '43, then a year of training with the 101st Airborne in a town called Redding, to be sent across the English Channel on the first day of the invasion in a thing everybody called a floating coffin.
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By Carol L. Bowers and Carol L. Bowers,Staff Writer | September 2, 1993
A proposed two-year contract would give Anne Arundel County teachers two raises in 1994, in exchange for their dropping a lawsuit to reclaim money they lost when they were furloughed four days in 1992.The agreement was presented last night to representatives of the Teachers Association of Anne Arundel County (TAAAC). Union members and other school employees are scheduled to (( vote on it Wednesday, said TAAAC President Thomas J. Paolino.Teachers have not had a negotiated salary increase since July 1990.
NEWS
November 17, 2004
On November 13, 2004, AUGUST "Buddy"; beloved husband of Annabelle (nee Mc Donough) PAOLINO; loving father of Diann Helen Baker, Mary Lou Scardina and loving father-in-law of Gene Charles Baker and the late Marco F. Scardina. Also survived by four grandchildren, three great-grandchildren and one on the way; devoted brother of Philomena Jurkowski, Helen "Babe" Palmieri, John "Muzzie" Paulino, Louise Orlando, Theresa Trotta, Mary Rodriquez and the late Harry Paolino and Rose Massamini. Also survived by a host of nieces and nephews and great-nieces and nephews.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | November 16, 2004
Augustino "Buddy" Paolino, whose East Baltimore crab house was a favorite of politicians, sports figures and show business celebrities and known for serving piles of steamed crustaceans and pitchers of cold National Beer, died of a heart attack Saturday at Franklin Square Hospital Center. The Essex resident was 80. Mr. Paolino was born in Baltimore, one of nine children of Italian immigrant parents, and raised in Highlandtown. He attended Our Lady of Pompei Parochial School until the seventh grade, when he left to help support his family.
NEWS
November 6, 1999
Hazel A. W. Lewis, 87, homemaker, music-loverHazel Arbutus Williams Lewis, a homemaker, music-lover and churchgoer, died Sunday at Heritage Nursing Center in Dundalk after suffering a stroke that left her in a coma. She was 87.Born in a railroad car in Phillipe, W. Va., Mrs. Lewis lived most of her life in Cumberland. As a teen-ager, she wore a bride costume to a Halloween party, where she met Elmer E. Lewis Sr., a B & O Railroad worker. They were married 64 years. Mr. Lewis died seven years ago.Gospel music was a talent.
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By MICHAEL OLESKER | March 11, 1999
ON THE wall of fame at Enrico's Sports Bar, Haven and Pratt streets, in Highlandtown, there are photographs of all the great ones owner Bud Paolino's met and treasured over the years, from Rocky Marciano and Jack Dempsey to Mimi DiPietro and Du Burns to Charley Eckman and Pope John Paul II.But three of the old black-and-white pictures stand out: Joe DiMaggio in his glory, in his famous widespread eating stance, never breaking stride, devouring steamed crabs...
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By MICHAEL OLESKER | June 5, 1994
Bud Paolino's being coaxed into talking about his landing in France, 50 years ago tomorrow, when he hears the sound of big guns exploding on a television news program. The whole country's remembering D-Day now. Everybody's playing surrogate soldiers, conveniently protected by time and distance. But, half a century after the fact, the ones like Bud Paolino hear pTC the noise on the television set, and it brings back Normandy.He was 19, married and expecting a child when they sent him over: Eleven weeks on a troop ship that landed in Liverpool, England, in June of '43, then a year of training with the 101st Airborne in a town called Redding, to be sent across the English Channel on the first day of the invasion in a thing everybody called a floating coffin.
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By Carol L. Bowers and Carol L. Bowers,Staff Writer | September 2, 1993
A proposed two-year contract would give Anne Arundel County teachers two raises in 1994, in exchange for their dropping a lawsuit to reclaim money they lost when they were furloughed four days in 1992.The agreement was presented last night to representatives of the Teachers Association of Anne Arundel County (TAAAC). Union members and other school employees are scheduled to (( vote on it Wednesday, said TAAAC President Thomas J. Paolino.Teachers have not had a negotiated salary increase since July 1990.
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By DAN RODRICKS | December 19, 1992
Ladies and gentlemen, events move us to the operatic form once again. The Don Donaldo Ring Cycle, based loosely on the life and times of the Lord High Governor of Maryland, continues today with its sixth opera.The first opus, composed in 1986, documented Don Donaldo's ascent to the throne. This was followed by "The Merchant of Menace" and "Il Padrone Irato," both telling of Don Donaldo's battles with the Maryland Parliament, his legendary tantrums, and the efforts of his longtime companion, Brunnhilde Mae, to redecorate the Governor's Palace.
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By JoAnna Daemmrich and JoAnna Daemmrich,Staff writer | November 3, 1991
Anne Arundel teachers could completely avoid the threat of layoffs or wage cuts if the school system stopped its "spending frenzy" and carved $7 million worth of non-essentials out of its budget, union leaders contend.An independent auditor hired by the Teachers Association of Anne Arundel County found $2 million in construction projects,$2 million in equipment costs and $3 million in other items that could be cut with limited impact on classroom instruction, said union president Thomas J. Paolino.
NEWS
By DAN RODRICKS | December 19, 1992
Ladies and gentlemen, events move us to the operatic form once again. The Don Donaldo Ring Cycle, based loosely on the life and times of the Lord High Governor of Maryland, continues today with its sixth opera.The first opus, composed in 1986, documented Don Donaldo's ascent to the throne. This was followed by "The Merchant of Menace" and "Il Padrone Irato," both telling of Don Donaldo's battles with the Maryland Parliament, his legendary tantrums, and the efforts of his longtime companion, Brunnhilde Mae, to redecorate the Governor's Palace.
NEWS
By John Rivera and John Rivera,Staff Writer | October 16, 1992
Education will not bear the brunt of $14.4 million in proposed state budget cuts to Anne Arundel County, County Executive Robert R. Neall promised yesterday, even though the money being slashed was earmarked for school system coffers.The proposal, in which the state would stop paying the employers' portion of Social Security taxes for teachers, librarians and community college professors, was the brainchild of Mr. Neall. Although the plan, which will save the state $147 million, has come under fire from opponents who say it amounts to a cut in education, Mr. Neall said that was never his intention.
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