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September 21, 2003
Upper Chesapeake Health has promoted Toni M. Shivery to be vice president of human resources. Shivery has been director of human resources with the Harford County organization since 1995. Shivery has a bachelor of science degree in psychology and a master's degree in industrial and organizational psychology, both from Radford University in Virginia. Shivery is a resident of Rising Sun.
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By Alejandro Zuniga and The Baltimore Sun | June 7, 2014
Welcome to the live blog for the Orioles' selections in the 2014 first-year player draft. Be sure to refresh your browser periodically for the latest updates on the team's picks. The Orioles didn't have any selections in the first two rounds Thursday night. By signing free agents Ubaldo Jimenez and Nelson Cruz, the Orioles forfeited their first-round pick (No. 17) and second-round pick (No. 55). Additionally, a competitive-balance pick (No. 37) was sent to the Houston Astros last year in the trade for right-hander Bud Norris.
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September 19, 1998
George Danielson,83, a former congressman who was a member of the House Judiciary Committee when it considered impeachment proceedings against President Richard M. Nixon, died in Monterey Park, Calif., on Sept. 12 of heart failure.Thomas J. Murphy,91, a union negotiator who led the Newspaper Guild of New York for 22 years, died Wednesday in Hazlet, N.J.John Francis Jacobs,75, who worked on an early digital computer and helped found the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Research and Engineering Corp.
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By Joe Burris, The Baltimore Sun | March 29, 2014
This year's winter weather is a mere dusting compared to the winter storm that college students are grappling with this weekend at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. Eight teams of students are fending off a massive cyber attack in the midst of a storm more devastating than Maryland's blizzard of 1993, prompting the governor and president to declare states of emergency and deploy aid to residents. The scenario provides the backdrop for the teams competing Friday and Saturday at the ninth annual Mid-Atlantic Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition.
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By Joe Burris, The Baltimore Sun | March 29, 2014
This year's winter weather is a mere dusting compared to the winter storm that college students are grappling with this weekend at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory. Eight teams of students are fending off a massive cyber attack in the midst of a storm more devastating than Maryland's blizzard of 1993, prompting the governor and president to declare states of emergency and deploy aid to residents. The scenario provides the backdrop for the teams competing Friday and Saturday at the ninth annual Mid-Atlantic Collegiate Cyber Defense Competition.
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By Alejandro Zuniga and The Baltimore Sun | June 7, 2014
Welcome to the live blog for the Orioles' selections in the 2014 first-year player draft. Be sure to refresh your browser periodically for the latest updates on the team's picks. The Orioles didn't have any selections in the first two rounds Thursday night. By signing free agents Ubaldo Jimenez and Nelson Cruz, the Orioles forfeited their first-round pick (No. 17) and second-round pick (No. 55). Additionally, a competitive-balance pick (No. 37) was sent to the Houston Astros last year in the trade for right-hander Bud Norris.
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By Chris King and Chris King,Special to The Sun | March 10, 1995
RADFORD, Va. -- Big South Player of the Year Trinette Tucker was 3-for-15 from the field. Towson State was out-rebounded, 47-30.But in a game that was by no means textbook, No. 2 seed Towson State defeated seventh-seeded Liberty, 77-69, last night the quarterfinals of the women's Big South tournament at Radford University.After cutting the deficit to 68-65 with 2:42 seconds remaining, Liberty (7-20) got no closer.Tucker hit three of four free throws in the final 35 seconds to provide the final margin of victory.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | December 4, 2000
Radford University clawed back from a 13-point, first-half deficit to beat Mount St. Mary's, 56-52, in a women's game yesterday at Knott Arena. Kylie Williamson scored 21 points as the Highlanders won their third straight game. Radford used an 11-2 run in the second half to tie the game at 36 and took the lead on Amanda Neby's layup with 10:43 remaining. Kia Williams led Mount St. Mary's with 17 points, while senior Deanna Butters scored 11, with a career-high 14 rebounds. Catrice Horton scored 11 for the Highlanders, all of them from the line in an 11-for-12 performance.
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By Phil Greenfield and Phil Greenfield,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | September 17, 1998
The Ballet Theatre of Annapolis continues to attract high-quality dancers to its 1998-1999 roster.On the heels of news that the local company has secured the services of Zhirou Zou, formerly one of three principal dancers with the National Ballet of China, comes word that five talented American ballerinas also will be making their Maryland Hall debuts with the company this fall. They are Bridget Ansinn, Rachel Fanning, Aimee Litwiller, Heather Merritt and Colleen Potts.Ansinn, who lives in Doylestown, Pa., has performed with the Dance Theater of Pennsylvania, Dance Elite, Playhouse Dance Theater of Point Park College and the Pennsylvania BalletCompany.
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By Doug Brown and Doug Brown,Staff Writer | July 28, 1993
The Spirit found a lot to like about the National Professional Soccer League's amateur draft.The Spirit went to the draft in Canton, Ohio, yesterday with a list of 34 college players and came away with its first six choices, said Spirit vice president Drew Forrester.After choosing Towson State defender Lance Johnson in the territorial draft, the Spirit picked UCLA's Sam George on the first round of the amateur draft and traded him to the Wichita Wings for Virginia midfielder Ben Crawley.The Spirit then selected Davidson's Rob Ukrop and Dartmouth's Justin Head later in the first round, Virginia Tech's Tarik Walker in the second and Elizabethtown's Pat Walsh in the third.
NEWS
September 21, 2003
Upper Chesapeake Health has promoted Toni M. Shivery to be vice president of human resources. Shivery has been director of human resources with the Harford County organization since 1995. Shivery has a bachelor of science degree in psychology and a master's degree in industrial and organizational psychology, both from Radford University in Virginia. Shivery is a resident of Rising Sun.
NEWS
September 19, 1998
George Danielson,83, a former congressman who was a member of the House Judiciary Committee when it considered impeachment proceedings against President Richard M. Nixon, died in Monterey Park, Calif., on Sept. 12 of heart failure.Thomas J. Murphy,91, a union negotiator who led the Newspaper Guild of New York for 22 years, died Wednesday in Hazlet, N.J.John Francis Jacobs,75, who worked on an early digital computer and helped found the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Research and Engineering Corp.
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March 20, 1991
Former Oakland Mills standout Dante Washington scored two goals lastweek for the U.S. national soccer team in the North American NationsCup at El Camino College in Torrance, Calif.Washington's second tally, a perfectly placed head shot in the 14th minute, helped the Americans to a 2-0 victory over Canada in the tournament finale.Although the 20-year-old striker from Radford University in Virginia is the nation's leading collegiate scorer, he had never played onthe national team before and said he didn't expect to see much action on his first trip with the squad.
NEWS
December 17, 2002
Marion Wiles Meyer, a homemaker and accomplished needleworker, died of a stroke Dec. 10 at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. She was 72. Born Marion Wiles in Washington and raised in Alexandria, Va., she was known as "Midge" since childhood. She earned her bachelor's degree in science and home economics in 1952 from what is now Radford University, and that year married Charles B. Meyer Jr. She and her husband, a retired Chesapeake & Potomac Telephone Co. employee, lived for many years on Warwick Drive in Lutherville until moving to Timonium in 1988.
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