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April 21, 1992
Reina G. Wagner, who had been a bookkeeper for many years for Riverside Savings and Loan Association, died Thursday of heart failure at her home on Old Harford Road in Parkville. She was 98.Services for Miss Wagner were being held today at the Johnson Funeral Home, 8521 Loch Raven Blvd.She is survived by two nieces, Phyllis W. Mowbray of Westminster and Reina W. Leverton of Parkville; and many grandnieces, grandnephews and great-grandnieces and great-grandnephews.
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By Brian Waters and The Baltimore Sun | October 10, 2012
REINA World, created in early 2011, is one of the newest joshi, or all-women, promotions out of Japan.  Mia Yim, begain working with REINA World in May 2011 and officially became part of their roster in September 2012.  Yim has wrestled all over the United States, but she considers Baltimore's Real Championship Wrestling her home company.  She's been instrumental in forming a partnership between RCW and...
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SPORTS
December 4, 1990
Mount St. Joseph's Khris Reina won his fourth Catholic Wrestling Tournament title, helping the Gaels to their 15th straight Catholic tourney championship. No other team has won the affair since its inception in 1976.The 16-team event, held at Archbishop Curley last weekend, culminated with Loyola's Chris Stratemeyer defeating DeMatha's Marcus Foran at 171 pounds. Both are returning national prep champions. Stratemeyer pinned opponents in three of his four matches.Mount St. Joe easily led the field (238.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | May 14, 2011
In a recent obituary, I mauled the spelling of a ship's name, the USS Reina Mercedes, which was a three-masted Spanish-American War prize that dated to 1887 and had been a fixture on the Naval Academy waterfront for decades. It wasn't long before my inbox was swimming with emails regarding my mistake, and a few old salts even put pen to paper to let me know I had it wrong. A number of academy graduates pointed out the error of my ways, and they were joined by Jeff Landaw , an eagle-eyed veteran Baltimore Sun copy editor and longtime colleague, who saw it after it was too late to spare me professional embarrassment.
NEWS
By Ginger Thompson and Gary Cohn and Ginger Thompson and Gary Cohn,SUN FOREIGN STAFF | December 7, 1995
Honduran President Carlos Roberto Reina, who ran for office as a champion of human rights, said yesterday that he favors amnesty for military officers suspected of kidnapping, torturing and killing Honduran citizens during the 1980s.Interviewed by reporters after opening a water treatment system in a slum outside the capital, Tegucigalpa, Mr. Reina was asked yesterday whether he believed a 1991 amnesty for political crimes committed during the 1980s covers military officials responsible for abuses.
NEWS
By Mark Matthews and Mark Matthews,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | May 23, 1997
WASHINGTON -- Honduran President Carlos Roberto Reina accused the United States yesterday of delaying the release of promised evidence that would help his country find out what happened to scores of suspected leftists believed to have been murdered by a CIA-trained Honduran military unit during the 1980s."
NEWS
June 12, 2003
On June 11, 2003, DOMENICA RUVIO, (nee Reina); beloved wife of the late Vincenzo Ruvio; devoted mother ofAntonino Salvatore and Maria Ann Buttion; loving sister of Guesseppi Reina, Alberto Reina, Cosimo Reina, Concetta Guiliano, Maria Labita and Enza Labita; deargrandmother of Antonino Jr., Stephanie Anne, Tommy and Kristina. Friends may call at CVACH/ROSEDALE FUNERAL HOME, 1211 Chesaco Avenue, on Thursday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Friday, 10:30 A.M. at St. Clement Catholic Church, Rosedale MD., Interment Dulaney Valley Memorial.
NEWS
By Staff report | April 5, 1991
Mount St. Joseph wrestler Khris Reina, a Pasadena resident, has accepted a partial scholarship to Harvard University.The scholarship will cover two-thirds of the $24,000 it would cost Reina annually to attend Harvard.Reina compiled an overall 118-23-1 record in four seasons at Mount St. Joseph, where he was a three-time Maryland Scholastic Association champion and a four-time champ in the Archbishop Curley Catholic Tournament.He also maintained a 3.83 grade-point average and scored 1210 on his Scholastic Aptitude Test.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 6, 2001
PHILADELPHIA - When Brian Eveleth began wrestling at the University of Pennsylvania in 1992, coach Roger Reina recalls "this little kid who came with his family to watch his older brother. He was always playing around on the mats." That kid, Jeff Eveleth, now 19, is wrestling for the Quakers as a freshman this season. A two-time Maryland state champ who helped Chesapeake-Anne Arundel win last winter's 4A-3A tournament crown, Eveleth is 14-10 at Penn at 133 pounds. He is ranked No. 3 in the Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association, and should be one of the top contenders in the six-team Ivy League.
NEWS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,Staff writer | February 20, 1991
Pasadena resident Khris Reina always dreamed about wrestling for perennial power Mount St. Joseph of Baltimore.And last Saturday, Reina and four other county residents helped the Gaels -- the state's top-ranked team by the Maryland State Wrestling Association -- capture their 16th consecutive Maryland Scholastic Association tournament title."
NEWS
By Cal Thomas | November 5, 2003
ARLINGTON, Va. -- Liberals may think they've found their Bernard Goldberg, the former CBS News correspondent who is making himself a good living, writing books about what he perceived as bias at CBS. He is Charlie Reina, who, until last April, worked as a writer and producer of two shows at the Fox News Channel. The shows he produced were mine, After Hours and Fox News Watch, on which I appear as a panelist. Last week, Mr. Reina, a self-professed liberal, did a "Goldberg" when he posted a memo to Jim Romenesko on the Poynter media Web site, alleging that higher-ups at Fox compose a daily memo to the staff, ordering them to slant news coverage to the right.
FEATURES
By David Folkenflik and David Folkenflik,SUN STAFF | November 1, 2003
There's a reason some critics find a consistently conservative tone in Fox News Channel's newscasts, a former Fox producer says: The network's executives issue a daily memo that often sets out ideological cues for anchors and producers to follow. In a telephone interview yesterday, former Fox News producer Charlie Reina said the network clearly "leans toward the conservative" on social issues. Even when there's no explicit direction, Reina said, Fox reporters and anchors know to be defensive of President Bush in response to critical media reports elsewhere.
NEWS
June 12, 2003
On June 11, 2003, DOMENICA RUVIO, (nee Reina); beloved wife of the late Vincenzo Ruvio; devoted mother ofAntonino Salvatore and Maria Ann Buttion; loving sister of Guesseppi Reina, Alberto Reina, Cosimo Reina, Concetta Guiliano, Maria Labita and Enza Labita; deargrandmother of Antonino Jr., Stephanie Anne, Tommy and Kristina. Friends may call at CVACH/ROSEDALE FUNERAL HOME, 1211 Chesaco Avenue, on Thursday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Mass of Christian Burial will be celebrated on Friday, 10:30 A.M. at St. Clement Catholic Church, Rosedale MD., Interment Dulaney Valley Memorial.
NEWS
By Usha Lee McFarling and Usha Lee McFarling,LOS ANGELES TIMES | February 17, 2001
SAN FRANCISCO -- It took just 21 seconds, one bang of a wooden mallet at the venerable Butterfields auction house on a recent day and "Reina," a diminutive, 74 million-year-old Leptoceratops had reached its highest bid: $75,000. Although such transactions occur quietly, controversy surrounding them does not: The growing sales of natural-history objects -- from trilobites and meteorites to entire dinosaur skeletons -- is stirring up museums, universities and auction houses. Reina, the most controversial item offered, was not sold that day because the $75,000 offered did not top the owner's minimum bid of $120,000.
SPORTS
By Lem Satterfield and Lem Satterfield,SUN STAFF | February 6, 2001
PHILADELPHIA - When Brian Eveleth began wrestling at the University of Pennsylvania in 1992, coach Roger Reina recalls "this little kid who came with his family to watch his older brother. He was always playing around on the mats." That kid, Jeff Eveleth, now 19, is wrestling for the Quakers as a freshman this season. A two-time Maryland state champ who helped Chesapeake-Anne Arundel win last winter's 4A-3A tournament crown, Eveleth is 14-10 at Penn at 133 pounds. He is ranked No. 3 in the Eastern Intercollegiate Wrestling Association, and should be one of the top contenders in the six-team Ivy League.
TRAVEL
By Christine Temin and Christine Temin,Boston Globe | December 17, 2000
The 1997 opening of the Guggenheim Museum Bilbao in northern Spain threatened to steal the thunder from Madrid's museums. Bilbao's whirling dervish of a building, a titanium-clad fantasy designed by Frank O. Gehry, zoomed instantly to the top of every art pilgrim's list. But after you've seen the building, you've seen the building. It's unlikely that Americans would make the return trip for the contents, most of which are packaged shows sent from the Guggenheim in New York. Madrid is another story.
FEATURES
By David Folkenflik and David Folkenflik,SUN STAFF | November 1, 2003
There's a reason some critics find a consistently conservative tone in Fox News Channel's newscasts, a former Fox producer says: The network's executives issue a daily memo that often sets out ideological cues for anchors and producers to follow. In a telephone interview yesterday, former Fox News producer Charlie Reina said the network clearly "leans toward the conservative" on social issues. Even when there's no explicit direction, Reina said, Fox reporters and anchors know to be defensive of President Bush in response to critical media reports elsewhere.
NEWS
By Mark Matthews and Mark Matthews,SUN NATIONAL STAFF | May 23, 1997
WASHINGTON -- Honduran President Carlos Roberto Reina accused the United States yesterday of delaying the release of promised evidence that would help his country find out what happened to scores of suspected leftists believed to have been murdered by a CIA-trained Honduran military unit during the 1980s."
NEWS
December 13, 1995
FAMILIES of the 184 "disappeared," feared killed by Honduras' dread Battalion 316 in the early 1980s, are entitled to all the truth that can be learned. Only through lighting up the hidden corners of its recent past can Honduras heal its society and promote reconciliation and progress.That's why the suggestion of President Carlos Roberto Reina that a 1991 amnesty covers crimes alleged to have been committed by the military in the 1980s casts such a chill. It tells the courts and attorney general's office to let up, and subtly asks the U.S. not to provide enlightening documents.
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