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July 22, 1994
Longtime WJZ-TV (Channel 13) anchor and reporter Sandra Pinckney is moving to WMAR-TV (Channel 2) -- after a year's paid vacation similar to the one anchor Sally Thorner enjoyed when she jumped in the opposite direction from WMAR to WJZ.Ms. Pinckney, who joined WJZ in 1977 as a management trainee, will join co-anchor Keith Cate on the 6 p.m. broadcast in July 1995.
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By KARLAYNE PARKER | August 3, 2008
This month's UniSun is full of people whom we all should know as part of the backbone of the African-American diaspora. Writer Ericka Blount Danois (Page 10) tells us about people like Bob Smith, who for years have been telling stories about African-American characters, sometimes real, sometimes not, who help us understand our heritage and our culture. These are the people who, when put center stage, transform themselves by wearing the appropriate attire to tell the story of historical figures and others.
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By Mike Giuliano and Mike Giuliano,Special to The Sun | July 17, 1995
After a year off the Baltimore TV airwaves, Sandra Pinckney will return today as co-anchor with Keith Cate for the 6 p.m. newscast for WMAR (Channel 2).Lest anyone not know that the longtime former WJZ reporter and anchor now works for the competition, WMAR has been hyping her debut with a big promotional campaign -- including a Sandra Pinckney-themed song set to the "Flintstones" theme. So all of pTC Bedrock, as well as all of Baltimore, has gotten the word."I've been off the air for a year and now, not that gently, but all at once, it's boom!
NEWS
September 12, 2007
A Catonsville man was sentenced yesterday to 10 years in prison for conspiracy to distribute more than 2.2 pounds of heroin and more than 10 pounds of cocaine, the U.S. attorney's office in Maryland said. Stanley Pinckney, 46, pleaded guilty to the drug charges after a confidential source tipped off agents with the federal Drug Enforcement Administration that Pinckney and Kevin Burwell were about to obtain a large amount of narcotics from a dealer in New York, prosecutors said. The prosecutors said Burwell was arrested in a parking lot in Baltimore County as he took possession of drugs during an undercover buy with a DEA agent.
BUSINESS
By Laura Barnhardt and Laura Barnhardt,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | January 14, 1996
After a hectic day co-anchoring the evening news on WMAR-TV, Sandra Pinckney settles into her "oasis" at the Village of Cross Keys.When she opens the door of her second-story condominium, she is immediately comforted by its golden butterscotch walls and welcomed by its two faithful guards, Morley and Pepsi -- her dogs."
NEWS
September 12, 2007
A Catonsville man was sentenced yesterday to 10 years in prison for conspiracy to distribute more than 2.2 pounds of heroin and more than 10 pounds of cocaine, the U.S. attorney's office in Maryland said. Stanley Pinckney, 46, pleaded guilty to the drug charges after a confidential source tipped off agents with the federal Drug Enforcement Administration that Pinckney and Kevin Burwell were about to obtain a large amount of narcotics from a dealer in New York, prosecutors said. The prosecutors said Burwell was arrested in a parking lot in Baltimore County as he took possession of drugs during an undercover buy with a DEA agent.
FEATURES
By Jean Marbella and Jean Marbella,Sun Staff Writer | July 22, 1994
Longtime WJZ-TV (Channel 13) anchor and reporter Sandra Pinckney is moving to WMAR-TV (Channel 2), but not until after a year-long, paid vacation similar to the one Sally Thorner enjoyed when she jumped in the opposite direction from WMAR to WJZ.Thanks to a clause in her WJZ contract that bans her from appearing on a competing station for a year, Ms. Pinckney will be paid by her new employer to idle until July 1995, when she takes over the 6 o'clock broadcast...
NEWS
February 6, 2005
Sandra Pinckney Television personality Sandra Pinckney writes about food in UniSun. She can be seen on the Food Network, where she has been host of the show Food Finds for the past four years. On the show, Pinckney highlights regional fare and the people who produce it. She began her television career at WJZ-TV, as producer of a weekly magazine show. She moved to the news division, where she worked her way up from weekend reporter to health reporter to noon anchor. She left WJZ in 1995 for WMAR-TV and an offer to be a main news anchor.
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff Writer | November 14, 1992
DAMASCUS -- The Damascus Hornets had too much speed and big-play capability, and it didn't take long for that decisive edge to show last night, as third-seed Damascus rolled to a 36-6 victory over sixth-seed Glenelg in a Class 2A quarterfinal.The victory sends Damascus (10-1) to next week's 2A semifinal against the winner of tonight's Wicomico-Overlea quarterfinal. Damascus, which last won a state title in 1981, lost in the 2A finals in 1989 and 1990.Glenelg (8-3), coming off a 2-8 season under second-year coach Ed Ashwell, made its first playoff appearance in seven years.
SPORTS
By Jeff Seidel and Jeff Seidel,Contributing Writer | October 24, 1992
Damascus rips S. Carroll, 36-6DAMASCUS -- South Carroll fought to stay close at halftime despite several early mistakes. Damascus, however, threw the knockout punch in the second half.Alister Pinckney rushed for 108 of his 114 yards and one touchdown in the second half, leading a strong running game that dominated the final two quarters as Damascus defeated South Carroll, 36-6, last night.Damascus (7-1) scored three touchdowns in the second half. The Hornets made some blocking changes on their traps and belly plays that paid off. The Hornets rushed for 138 yards in the second half and controlled the clock.
NEWS
February 6, 2005
Sandra Pinckney Television personality Sandra Pinckney writes about food in UniSun. She can be seen on the Food Network, where she has been host of the show Food Finds for the past four years. On the show, Pinckney highlights regional fare and the people who produce it. She began her television career at WJZ-TV, as producer of a weekly magazine show. She moved to the news division, where she worked her way up from weekend reporter to health reporter to noon anchor. She left WJZ in 1995 for WMAR-TV and an offer to be a main news anchor.
FEATURES
By David Folkenflik and David Folkenflik,SUN TELEVISION WRITER | December 27, 2000
Marc Silverstein causes the guy fixing the phones at his North Baltimore townhouse to do a double take. Hey, the repairman says, you're that guy on TV. Silverstein, a correspondent for the Food Network, nods yes. The man asks, "How come that woman gets to go to all these places, and you're always in Baltimore?" Silverstein's response: "You really have to get out more." But the repairman isn't the only one watching. The cable channel's show "The Best Of" - a show that revels in all manner of food - has become a sleeper success.
BUSINESS
By Laura Barnhardt and Laura Barnhardt,CONTRIBUTING WRITER | January 14, 1996
After a hectic day co-anchoring the evening news on WMAR-TV, Sandra Pinckney settles into her "oasis" at the Village of Cross Keys.When she opens the door of her second-story condominium, she is immediately comforted by its golden butterscotch walls and welcomed by its two faithful guards, Morley and Pepsi -- her dogs."
FEATURES
By Mike Giuliano and Mike Giuliano,Special to The Sun | July 17, 1995
After a year off the Baltimore TV airwaves, Sandra Pinckney will return today as co-anchor with Keith Cate for the 6 p.m. newscast for WMAR (Channel 2).Lest anyone not know that the longtime former WJZ reporter and anchor now works for the competition, WMAR has been hyping her debut with a big promotional campaign -- including a Sandra Pinckney-themed song set to the "Flintstones" theme. So all of pTC Bedrock, as well as all of Baltimore, has gotten the word."I've been off the air for a year and now, not that gently, but all at once, it's boom!
FEATURES
By MIKE LITTWIN | May 22, 1995
If you're like me, you didn't think it was possible. But the friends you can turn to at Channel 2 have gotten even friendlier.I love those guys.I go to my mailbox the other day, expecting to find the usual -- bills, ads, subpoenas. But instead, I find a free magazine -- called NewsChannel 2's Family 2 Family Values Magazine -- which, as magazines go, clearly has a very long title.The lead story, actually the only story, is an interview with Sandra Pinckney, who is, coincidentally, soon to be a friendly NewsChannel 2 anchor person you can turn to.(Here's a thought: Was Pinckney a friend you could turn to when she was at Channel 13 or did she undergo special, intensive Dale Carnegie-style training once she arrived at Channel 2?
NEWS
July 22, 1994
Longtime WJZ-TV (Channel 13) anchor and reporter Sandra Pinckney is moving to WMAR-TV (Channel 2) -- after a year's paid vacation similar to the one anchor Sally Thorner enjoyed when she jumped in the opposite direction from WMAR to WJZ.Ms. Pinckney, who joined WJZ in 1977 as a management trainee, will join co-anchor Keith Cate on the 6 p.m. broadcast in July 1995.
FEATURES
By MIKE LITTWIN | May 22, 1995
If you're like me, you didn't think it was possible. But the friends you can turn to at Channel 2 have gotten even friendlier.I love those guys.I go to my mailbox the other day, expecting to find the usual -- bills, ads, subpoenas. But instead, I find a free magazine -- called NewsChannel 2's Family 2 Family Values Magazine -- which, as magazines go, clearly has a very long title.The lead story, actually the only story, is an interview with Sandra Pinckney, who is, coincidentally, soon to be a friendly NewsChannel 2 anchor person you can turn to.(Here's a thought: Was Pinckney a friend you could turn to when she was at Channel 13 or did she undergo special, intensive Dale Carnegie-style training once she arrived at Channel 2?
NEWS
By KARLAYNE PARKER | August 3, 2008
This month's UniSun is full of people whom we all should know as part of the backbone of the African-American diaspora. Writer Ericka Blount Danois (Page 10) tells us about people like Bob Smith, who for years have been telling stories about African-American characters, sometimes real, sometimes not, who help us understand our heritage and our culture. These are the people who, when put center stage, transform themselves by wearing the appropriate attire to tell the story of historical figures and others.
FEATURES
By Jean Marbella and Jean Marbella,Sun Staff Writer | July 22, 1994
Longtime WJZ-TV (Channel 13) anchor and reporter Sandra Pinckney is moving to WMAR-TV (Channel 2), but not until after a year-long, paid vacation similar to the one Sally Thorner enjoyed when she jumped in the opposite direction from WMAR to WJZ.Thanks to a clause in her WJZ contract that bans her from appearing on a competing station for a year, Ms. Pinckney will be paid by her new employer to idle until July 1995, when she takes over the 6 o'clock broadcast...
SPORTS
By Gary Lambrecht and Gary Lambrecht,Staff Writer | November 14, 1992
DAMASCUS -- The Damascus Hornets had too much speed and big-play capability, and it didn't take long for that decisive edge to show last night, as third-seed Damascus rolled to a 36-6 victory over sixth-seed Glenelg in a Class 2A quarterfinal.The victory sends Damascus (10-1) to next week's 2A semifinal against the winner of tonight's Wicomico-Overlea quarterfinal. Damascus, which last won a state title in 1981, lost in the 2A finals in 1989 and 1990.Glenelg (8-3), coming off a 2-8 season under second-year coach Ed Ashwell, made its first playoff appearance in seven years.
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