March 24, 1995
FIRE* Hampstead: Hampstead responded to an auto fire in the 19000 block of Resh Mill Road in Baltimore County at 4:17 p.m.yesterday. Units were out one hour.
September 13, 1995
It would be easy to say that there's a dentistry gene in the Resh family.Hampstead dentist George D. Resh Jr. swears he didn't pressure his sons, James and Kevin, into joining the practice. Nor did his father, who set up shop in Hampstead in 1925, talk him into becoming a dentist, George Resh insists."I just like to do things with my hands," said Dr. Resh, who recently earned a mastership award from the Academy of General Dentistry. "I liked helping people with their health and I knew, if I could, I wanted to do something with people and the public."
November 24, 1992
FIRE LOG* Hampstead: Hampstead responded to an investigation on Utz Road at 11:33 a.m. Sunday for 26 minutes.* Hampstead: Hampstead and Lineboro responded to a transformer fire on Resh Mill Road at 3:32 a.m. Monday. Units were out for 44 minutes.
November 14, 1995
FireHampstead: Hampstead and Lineboro assisted Baltimore County on a chimney fire in the 19000 block of Resh Mill Road at 2:47 p.m. Saturday. Units were out for an hour.Lineboro: Lineboro pumped water out of a building in the 4100 block of East Main Street at 7:34 a.m. Sunday. Units were out for 35 minutes.
September 16, 1992
WESTMINSTER After a pair of tight opening-season losses at the Roanoke (Va.) Tournament over the weekend, the Western Maryland College men's soccer team rolled to a 6-0 win over Ursinus College (0-4) yesterday afternoon.The Green Terrors (1-2) dominated throughout, outshooting the visitors 24-7.Senior midfielder Eric Resh got things started with an unassisted goal with 8:53 left in the first half. After beating a defender down the right side, the North Carroll grad cut inside and scored on a rocket shot just outside the 18-yard mark.
July 8, 1993
The Western Maryland College women's softball team, along with its standout pitcher Marilyn Naas of Bethesda (Walter Johnson High), earned spots in several categories in the final 1993 NCAA Division III statistics.Naas, a junior right-hander and the team's Most Valuable Player, averaged 4.5 strikeouts per seven innings to place 18th in that department.The three-time Middle Atlantic Conference All-Star struck out 59 batters in 91 innings as she won 11 times in 13 decisions. Her 1.00 ERA was instrumental in the team's final 1.74 earned run average, good for 24th in Division III.Western Maryland, which won its first MAC title in 1993, endedup 17th in triples after slugging 12 three-baggers in 21 games for an average of 0.57 per contest.