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February 28, 2005
Moves Baseball MARLINS: Named Allen "Roxy" Bernstein as play-by-play broadcaster on Marlins Radio Network. Basketball KNICKS: Signed C Jackie Butler for remainder of season.
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Sports Digest | July 14, 2014
Phoenix Suns center Alex Len (Maryland) fractured a finger on his right hand and will miss the remainder of the team's summer-league games. Len suffered the injury Saturday night against the Golden State Warriors when his pinky got stuck in an opponent's jersey. This is the second straight year Len has missed time during the summer league because of injury; he sat out last year while recovering from ankle surgeries. Len made only 42 appearances for the Suns as a rookie, averaging 8.6 minutes per game.
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BUSINESS
December 25, 1995
No business-related conventions of general public interest are scheduled for the remainder of 1995.Jan. 4-6 Mid-Atlantic Nurserymen's trade show, Baltimore Convention Center. Contact: Carville Akehurst, Box 314, Perry Hall MD 21188. Expected attendance: 6,500
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | April 2, 2014
In his first start on attack, freshman Connor Cannizzaro had two goals and one assist in No. 6 Maryland's 9-6 victory over No. 7 Virginia on Sunday. Cannizzaro, who had started the previous eight games in the midfield, outperformed usual starting attackmen Matt Rambo (one goal) and Tim Rotanz (zero points). But coach John Tillman wouldn't say Tuesday whether that trio would start again Wednesday against Robert Morris (4-5) or any other opponent this season. “I think it will be game-by-game,” Tillman said.
NEWS
April 14, 1997
Names in the newsThe Maryland Senate has approved the appointment of Susan Hayes, president of Alacrity Collections Corp., to Maryland's Collection Agency Licensing Board. She will serve the remainder of a four-year term to expire July 1, 1998.Pub Date: 4/14/97@
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February 21, 1997
BaseballAngels: Named Zeke Zimmerman and Joe Urso coaches for Single-A Boise.Brewers: Re-signed IF Mark Loretta to a one-year contract.Cubs: Announced IF Andujar Cedeno was unable to pass his physical and left camp.Dodgers: Signed IF Juan Castro and C Henry Blanco to one-year contracts.Mariners: Signed P Dennis Martinez to a minor-league contract.Rangers: Signed OF Lonell Roberts to a one-year contract.Reds: Agreed to terms with P Scott Service and P Mike Remlinger on one-year contracts.BasketballBullets: Named Chuck Douglas director of player personnel.
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May 17, 2006
What Class 3A West track and field championships Where, When Linganore, today and tomorrow, 4 p.m. Outlook The meet features Carroll County girls champion North Carroll, as well as Westminster, which tied for the county boys title. The remainder of the teams are from Frederick and Montgomery counties. Teams will attempt to qualify as many athletes as possible for the upcoming state meet, scheduled for May 25-27 at Morgan State.
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March 3, 2002
Bush to name 4 to board at Naval Academy President Bush has announced his intention to appoint four new members to the Naval Academy Board of Visitors. The appointees are: Michael S. Steele of Maryland, for the remainder of a three-year term ending Dec. 30, 2003; Tirso Del Junco of California, for the remainder of a three-year term ending Dec. 30, 2002; Frederick Meyer of Texas, for the remainder of a three-year term ending Dec. 30, 2003; and Jane E. Newman of New Hampshire, for the remainder of a three-year term, ending Dec. 30, 2003.
SPORTS
August 6, 2000
Quote: "When I hit it, I knew it was far, but I didn't know if it would be a foul ball. I was happy all the way around the bases." - Tigers' Javier Cardona, on his first major-league home run It's a fact: The Blue Jays' David Wells has walked 25 batters in 163 2/3 innings. Who's hot: The Rangers' Gabe Kapler has a 19-game hitting streak. Who's not: Indians catcher Sandy Alomar has caught 17 of 73 would-be base stealers this season. On deck: The Indians are 11-6 against AL West teams and will play only clubs in that division the remainder of August.
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April 19, 1998
BaseballDevil Rays: Placed RHP Rick Gorecki and 3B Wade Boggs on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled RHP Jason Johnson and RHP Eddie Gaillard from Triple-A Durham.Pirates: Sent RHP Mike Williams to Triple-A Nashville.Reds: Traded OF Chad Mottola to the Rangers for a player to be named.BasketballSuns: Placed G Rex Chapman on injured list. Signed C Mike Brown for the remainder of the season and the playoffs.FootballPackers: Agreed to terms with OG Doug Widell on a one-year contract.HockeyHurricanes: Recalled C Steve Martins from IHL Chicago.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | March 21, 2013
Rob Guida's status remains uncertain as No. 12 Johns Hopkins prepares to meet No. 13 Virginia in the second game of the Konica Minolta Face-Off Classic doubleheader at M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore this Saturday. The junior midfielder had recorded one goal and one assists in two starts before missing the Blue Jays' last four contests. But coach Dave Pietramala said the program is not considering shelving Guida for the remainder of the season and applying for a medical redshirt. “I think you always have to weigh that option, and I think you always have to weight what's in the best interest of the young man health-wise,” Pietramala said Thursday morning.
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By Edward Lee | April 6, 2012
Towson's 12-11 comeback win against UMBC Wednesday night did not involve John Fennessy, and it's not clear when the redshirt sophomore defenseman will return to the team. Fennessy, a member of last year's All-Rookie Team in the Colonial Athletic Association, is dealing with a back injury that flared up in the Tigers' 10-9 double-overtime victory over Hofstra last Saturday, and the ailment is problematic enough that coach Shawn Nadelen is worried about whether Fennessy will play again this season.
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By Janene Holzberg, Special to The Baltimore Sun | February 19, 2012
The viewers stand transfixed, leaning in again and again for a closer look as they inspect 32 panels of photographs that capture both the everyday and the celebratory moments in the lives of Howard County's early black families. Many pull out their cellphones and snap a shot of a relative or someone they know. The exhibit they scrutinize illustrates the tightly interwoven stories of African-Americans who settled in the county from the late 19th century to the mid-1900s, some as many as 90 years before Columbia had even begun to appear.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | August 16, 2011
Orioles first baseman Chris Davis, who was going to get a chance to play every day over the final month and a half of the season, was placed on the disabled list Tuesday with a right shoulder strain, an injury that could put the rest of his season in doubt. Davis, who was acquired from the Texas Rangers along with Tommy Hunter for Koji Uehara last month, will see renowned orthopedist Dr. Lewis Yocum on Thursday in Los Angeles. "There's something going on in his shoulder; the MRI reveals that," Orioles president of baseball operations Andy MacPhail said.
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By Raven L. Hill, The Baltimore Sun | December 20, 2010
The Baltimore County Council approved the bulk of County Executive Kevin Kamenetz's top-level agency picks on Monday, with the remaining five expected to get the nod in January. County administrative officer Fred Homan led the list of 13 agency heads unanimously approved Monday night, most of them holdovers from former county executive James T. Smith Jr.'s administration. Homan has served in county government since 1978 and in his current post since 2007. "Each and every member of the council looks forward to working with each and every new appointee and director as we move Baltimore County forward," said Council Chairman John A. Olszewski Sr. The nominees to run new or merged departments will be voted on next month.
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By Jeff Barker, The Baltimore Sun | October 22, 2010
Maryland offensive lineman Pete DeSouza, who started the past three games, suffered two broken legs in an accident on his motor scooter and is out for the season, the school said Friday. DeSouza, a right tackle, was expected to have surgery and remain hospitalized through the weekend, according to a Maryland news release. It said he "is expected to make a full recovery, but will be out for the rest of the season. " According to an earlier Department of Public Safety release, DeSouza "was operating a motor scooter traveling westbound on Campus Drive when a motorist turned left in front of DeSouza near the Stamp Student Union.
NEWS
March 3, 2002
Solomons Island, Riva roads connected by new extension A new section of Admiral Cochrane Drive opened Friday with a ribbon-cutting ceremony and parade. The road will connect Riva Road with Solomons Island Road (Route 2) in Annapolis. Extending the road six-tenths of a mile cost $6.7 million. The expense was shared by county and federal government. The road has two lanes in each direction, and officials say it will relieve heavy traffic on Riva Road. More than 120 trees and shrubs native to the county were planted along the new road.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,SUN STAFF | June 8, 2000
The county commissioners refused yesterday to rezone to residential a 42-acre Woodbine farm, dealing a setback to developers who wanted to build a 24-lot subdivision there. The three-member board voted unanimously to keep the Streaker Road property - west of Route 97 and south of Route 26 - agricultural. The agriculture zoning allows conditional uses such as churches. During a lengthy public hearing about the proposal last month, neighbors complained of severe water problems, crowded schools and increased traffic.
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By Sports Digest | March 20, 2010
Guard Shaun Livingston signed with the Washington Wizards for the rest of the season after playing through a pair of 10-day contracts. Major League Lacrosse: The Chesapeake Bayhawks announced selected attackman Josh Coveleski from the MLL player pool at the open tryout on March 13. Major League Soccer: D.C. United waived midfielder Danny Szetela . •From Sun staff and news services
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February 13, 2010
The Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association announced Friday that it has suspended the remainder of the regular-season basketball schedule in all three conferences and that all teams in each will be eligible to participate in postseason tournaments. Because of the unusual circumstances caused by the weather so late in the regular season, the MIAA is waiving its usual playoff criteria. Seedings for all three tournaments will be announced no later than noon Monday. Play will begin in the B Conference on Wednesday and continue Thursday and Friday.
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