May 2, 2012
I've got another annoyance that Dan Rodricks can add to his list ("Overpriced popcorn, O's early-season tease and other annoyances," April 26). It's when I go to the gas station to fill up and I see the price of $4.05 and 9/10 per gallon. Give me a break! Come on, already and lose the 9/10! Do they think we're all stupid? Why not just go $4.05 and 99/100 or $4.05 and 999/1000. Sheesh! The first gas station that I see that loses the 9/10ths of a cent will get all my business.
September 24, 2009
On September 18, 2009, NORVICE RACHEL GOODWIN PENNY Family will receive friends at the family owned WYLIE FUNERAL HOME P.A. OF BALTIMORE COUNTY
August 31, 2011
I just read a quote from a woman who said that she was told by Baltimore Gas & Electric that the company couldn't afford to give out dry ice to people without power. Why doesn't CEO Mayo Shattuck give up some of his millions for dry ice? If he and his cronies weren't milking the company dry, BGE could afford dry ice for its customers. Pat Harcarik, Baltimore
November 24, 2004
On Tuesday, November 23, 2004, MARY "Penny" (nee Schell) JACOBSON of Selbyville, DE formerly of Baltimore. Beloved wife of Raymond "Jake" A. Jacobson; devoted mother of Roger T. Falsis of Baltimore; sister of Janet Reisman and Pamela Parlier. Private Service and interment in Selbyville, De. Arrangements by Peaceful Alternatives Funeral and Cremation Center.
July 3, 2005
On June 29, 2005, PENNY ELLEN (nee Stockbridge) LATIMER: loving wife of Timothy Latimer, beloved mother of Lisa Duke, James Moore and Rebecca Moore; admiring grandmother of Amanda, Jessica, Alyssa and Kathleen. Also survived by her canine companions Mitzi and Buddy. Visitation to be held at the HUBBARD FUNERAL HOME, INC., 4107 Wilkens Avenue, Baltimore, MD on Tuesday 1 to 3 and 7 to 9 P.M. and where services will be held on Wednesday at 11 A.M. Interment in Loudon Park Cemetery, Baltimore, MD. In lieu of flowers, memorial donations may be made to Hospice of the Chesapeake, 8424 Veterans Highway, Millersville, MD 21108.
July 24, 1993
The name of the designer of the Lincoln penny was reported incorrectly Saturday in an article about this week's American Numismatics Association convention in Baltimore. The designer was Victor David Brenner.The Sun regrets the errors.When is a penny worth more than one cent, or worth anything at all these days?In Baltimore the answer is: When it was minted in San Francisco in 1909, has an "S" below the date beside Lincoln's profile and the initials V.D.B. between the wheat stalks on the back.