August 25, 1996
Baby Face was such a pest.Reporters in a Raleigh newsroom in 1984 took his clockwork calls, heard his baby voice, and fibbed about sending someone out to cover his "news" event. We made no such plans that year.No one took him seriously. He was tagged a community nut forever trolling for media attention. Who was this guy anyway? Who is this Christian? Who goes around making a big deal about being a Christian anyway? A newsroom was certainly no place for such talk!We religiously covered the mandatory cycle of North Carolina stories: Jesse Helms wins Senate seat again; tobacco farmers urge higher price supports; Dean Smith's Tar Heels advance to Final Four.
June 21, 2014
Dez Wells took pride in wearing No. 32 during his first two years at Maryland, becoming only the second Terp to take the number in the nearly 20 years since former star Joe Smith left College Park as the No. 1 pick in the NBA draft. Going into his senior year, Wells will finally get a chance to do something he's been thinking about since high school - wear No. 44 to honor the memory of a former Amateur Athletic Union teammate who was killed in a 2010 car crash. Though he is still listed as No. 32 on the Maryland roster, Wells said Friday that he planned to make the switch for the team's first season in the Big Ten. As members of the Winston-Salem, N.C.-based CP3 All-Stars, Wells and Detrique Baker, a skinny 6-foot-9 center who had moved to Raleigh from Texas while in high school, talked about playing college basketball together.
August 14, 2013
It's a little after 11 p.m. on a recent Saturday night at the Crown, a small Station North bar and live entertainment venue that opened in June. "People Just Love to Play with Words," a terrific Men at Work song from 1981, plays over the sound system as a young, diverse crowd of roughly 45 mingles with cocktails and cheap cans of beer in hand. Against the striking red walls are leather couches, where friends are cuddled up and make-out sessions may or may not happen later. For a second, the dingy room feels like it could use a renovation - until you realize that would probably ruin it. Not long after, Chase O'Hara, currently of the Baltimore duo Chiffon, takes center stage as Winks, and begins playing sensually slinky R&B on a keyboard.
May 31, 2008
On May 29, 2008, JANE MAYER SILVERSTEIN, age 87, of Raleigh, NC. Funeral service 11am, Sunday at Temple Beth Or. Burial Raleigh Hebrew Cemetery. Arrangements by Brown-Wynne Funeral Home, Raleigh, NC.
March 26, 2006
On March 22, 2006, MANNINGS ANDREW WESTBROOK, age 38, of Raleigh, NC., formerly of Baltimore. Arrangements by Lea Funeral Home, Raleigh, NC 919-231-1000
July 21, 2005
DR. NATALIEMICHELLE STEM COOK, 35, of Waldorf, MD, died suddenly on Saturday, July 16, 2005, in Maryland. Michelle was born on November 17, 1969, in Raleigh, NC. She graduated from Millbrook High School in 1988 as valedictorian. She received her B.A. degree from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill in 1992, and her M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in Sociology from Johns Hopkins University in 1996 and 2001, respectively. Michelle was a loving wife and mother who had compassion for people in need.
June 12, 1994
RALEIGH, N.C. -- Todd Haskins scored two goals and assisted on the game-winner to lead the Raleigh Flyers (4-6) to a 3-2 victory over the Baltimore Bays (2-8) in overtime last night. The Bays scored two second-half goals. Tarik Walker tied the game with one minute left.
January 22, 1996
HockeyCanadiens: Acquired D Robert Dirk from Mighty Ducks for C Jim Campbell. Assigned D Marko Kiprusoff to AHL Fredericton. Placed D Yves Racine and LW Oleg Petrov on waivers.Canucks: Agreed to terms with RW Glenn Anderson.Stars: Signed G Allan Bester. Placed G Darcy Wakaluk on IR.Albany (AHL): Recalled F Krzysztof Oliwa from ECHL Raleigh.Cape Breton (AHL): Assigned G Geoff Finch to Raleigh.Springfield (AHL): Returned D Steve Carpenter to ECHL Richmond.Syracuse (AHL): Recalled G Sonny Mignacca and F Tyson Nash from Raleigh.
December 28, 2004
GLORIA K. PERSICO, age 80, of 7900 Creedmoor Road, died Saturday, December 25, 2004. Mrs. Persico was born in New York on September 27, 1924. Mrs. Persico was preceded in death by her husband Victor in 1994 and by a son Christopher in 1979. She is survived by her two sons, Paul Persico of Raleigh and Victor Persico of Baltimore, MD.; brother Frank of Tom's River, NJ.; grandson, Victor Persico III of Baltimore, MD. Mass of Christian Burial will be held 10:00am Wednesday, at Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church.
September 4, 2005
JANE OFFEN FLEURY, 48, died August 26, 2005, succumbing to ovarian cancer. She was born on March 1, 1957 in Baltimore, MD. Jane was a graduate of the Katherine Gibbs School, Boston, MA and the University of Maryland. As a professional, she worked in Washington, DC for the National Geographic Society; on Capitol Hill in the Bristol-Meyers lobbying office; and at Sallie Mae financial services in the office of student loan marketing. In 1994, she moved with her husband Russell from Maryland to Cary, NC. Surviving are her husband of 18 years, Russell Fleury and son, Justin Fleury, of Cary; step-son Brian Fleury of Fairfield, CT; mother, Annette Bernstein Offen of Kensington, MD; brothers, D. Scott Offen of Kensington, MD and Dr. M. Louis Offen and wife, Laura of Rockville, MD; and nieces Alexis Offen, of New York City, and Suzanne Offen of Rockville, MD; uncle and aunt, Gerald and Helene Bernstein, of Baltimore, MD; and cousins, Sandy Bernstein of Spencerville, MD, and Richard Bernstein of Baltimore, MD. She was preceded in death by her father, Dr. J. Allan Offen.