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By Dan Rodricks | June 28, 1991
The whole thing started when Diane Zidek parked her car on a street in Baltimore. A simple maneuver; thousands do it every day. But little did Ms. Zidek know how such a simple, even mundane thing as parking her car could lead to a three-day headache.Ms. Zidek strikes me as a bright, efficient and conscientious person. She had an idea to leave her car parked in midtown, near her office, while she took a bus to a convention downtown.She did all the right things toward that end, too. She parked her 1983 Nissan at a meter on the south side of East Eager Street, between St. Paul and Calvert, about a block from her business, International Marketing Group.
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By Mike Frainie and For The Baltimore Sun | October 13, 2014
The Severna Park volleyball team has towered over its competition in Anne Arundel County so far this season. The No. 2 Falcons have three players on the front line who average 6 feet tall - Mary Smith (6-3), Sophie Hoekstra (5-11) and Tara Register (5-10) - but it's 5-foot-7 setter Morgan Kline who makes the offense work. Kline, a junior, contributed 26 assists and 10 digs to lead host Severna Park (10-0, 9-0) to a 25-19, 25-21, 25-14 victory over No. 8 Arundel (9-2, 8-2) in a key Anne Arundel County league game Monday.
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By Del Quentin Wilber and Del Quentin Wilber,SUN STAFF | March 11, 2000
The handicapped space was clearly marked, but the judge parked there anyway. Soon his car had company: Two sheriff's deputies parked in a neighboring handicapped space. Howard County Circuit Judge James B. Dudley said yesterday that he would have paid a ticket if deputies had written him one. Instead, the two law enforcement officers got out of their car and walked past his, carrying a takeout dinner into their office next to the courthouse in Ellicott City. Dudley, who is not disabled, said he parked in the spot about 4: 50 p.m. Thursday to be closer to the courthouse.
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By Stephen Waldron and Capital News Service | October 9, 2014
State and federal officials visited Folger McKinsey Elementary School in Severna Park this week to review the school's efforts to teach students about the environment - and reduce its own environmental impact. Folger McKinsey was recognized as a Green Ribbon School by the U.S. Department of Education in 2012. The award is given to schools working to reduce their environmental impact and provide effective environmental education for students. The visit, part of the Department of Education's annual nationwide tour of current and former Green Ribbon Schools, included officials from the education department, the state Board of Education and the Maryland House of Delegates.
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July 29, 1999
PoliceWestminster: A resident of Shaeffer Avenue told police that someone damaged her vehicle while it was parked on the street. Damage was estimated at $250.Westminster: A resident of Wakefield Valley Road told police that her vehicle was damaged while it was parked at Cranberry Mall. Damage was estimated at $200.
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January 8, 1999
PoliceWestminster: An employee of Len Stoler on Baltimore Boulevard told police Wednesday that someone took property from a car parked on its lot. Loss was estimated at $1,800.Westminster: A Taneytown resident told police Wednesday that someone damaged her vehicle while it was parked at Cranberry Mall. Damage was estimated at $200.Pub Date: 1/08/99
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Baltimore Sun Media Group | October 8, 2014
It should come as no surprise that a South River-Severna Park field hockey game ended with a one-goal difference. What is surprising is how the No. 5 Falcons (10-2) were able to carry the play for most of the game in their 2-1 victory over the No. 4 Seahawks (8-3) on Tuesday at Kinder Farm Park. Cassy Zachares and Lauren Duvall scored second-half goals for Severna Park, which erased a 1-0 halftime deficit by taking 11 shots in the second half and won its third straight game since losses to the Seahawks and Cape Henlopen (Del.)
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Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | October 6, 2014
Let's see if the Oriole Park chef can sweep his competition right out of Ted Allen's TV kitchen. Oriole Park executive chef John Distenfeld is competing on Wednesday night's special ballpark edition of "Chopped. "  Distenfeld's competitors on the taped episode are executive chefs from three other major league stadiums -- Jessica Helms, executive chef at Busch Stadium for the St. Louis Cardinals; James Majors, executive chef at Great American Ball Park for the Cincinnati Reds; and Cristobal Vazquez, executive chef at Globe Life Park for the Texas Rangers.
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By Peter Crispino and For The Baltimore Sun | October 5, 2014
Two new synthetic turf fields unveiled this week at Kinder Farm Park will transform the Millersvillle facility into the new home of Severna Park High School athletics - at least for the foreseeable future. Community leaders, school officials and student athletes gathered at the complex Monday to dedicate the fields, which along with four additional grass surfaces will accommodate many of the Falcons' fall and spring sports teams while construction is underway on the new Severna Park High School.
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By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | October 2, 2014
Opportunistic on offense and dogged on defense, the Broadneck boys soccer team accomplished something against Severna Park on Thursday that no other team has since 2012. The No. 11 Bruins got a goal from junior midfielder Ford Murphy midway through the second half and sturdy work on defense the rest of the way to earn a 2-1 win over the defending Class 4A state champion Falcons, ending Severna Park's 27-game unbeaten streak. Severna Park went 17-0-2 last season. The No. 2 Falcons, now 7-1-1 and 5-1-1 in Anne Arundel, finally found their match Thursday at Kinder Farm Park as the Bruins improved to 8-1-1 and stayed undefeated in county play at 7-0. Senior defender Will Hankins, assigned to mark the Falcons' All-Metro senior forward Daniel Kwon, was understandably tired following the game.
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By Jeff Barker and The Baltimore Sun | October 2, 2014
Danyette Hawkins had to employ her best diplomatic skills as she stood in front of the Grand parking garage on Paca Street holding a bright-colored flag before the game. Every few minutes, a driver would pull up to enter the garage. Hawkins would have to explain that the garage — popular among fans when the team plays at night — was still filled with daytime business parkers. Then she would wave her flag and the car would move on. Some of the fans appeared frustrated.
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By Mary K. Tilghman and mtilghman@tribune.com | October 1, 2014
The following is compiled from police reports from the Towson and Cockeysville precincts. Our policy is to include descriptions when there is enough information to make identification possible. A man armed with a handgun robbed a woman in the Ravenwood Shopping Center parking lot in the 8000 block of Loch Raven Boulevard of cash, cellphone on Sept. 24 at 6:45 p.m., police reports state. The man also struck the woman in her face with the gun the reports state. Towson Midhurst Road and Blenheim Road , 10:30 p.m. Sept.
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By Colin Campbell and The Baltimore Sun | October 1, 2014
Two men were shot in East Baltimore's Darley Park neighborhood Wednesday, police said. Officers responded at 9:38 p.m. to the 1600 block of Cliftview Ave., where they found a man suffering from life-threatening injuries, police said. Because of the seriousness of his injuries, homicide detectives were called to the scene. Around the corner, in the 1600 block of Darley Ave., less than 10 minutes later, another man was found with gunshot wounds in the buttocks. The victims were not idenitified, and neither of their conditions were released.
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