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September 3, 2006
Boats, buoys and bicycles line a pier in Rockport, Mass., in April. The seaside town is exquisite, like something out of Disney, only much nicer because it's real. Paul Leroy Bel Air
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TRAVEL
September 3, 2006
Boats, buoys and bicycles line a pier in Rockport, Mass., in April. The seaside town is exquisite, like something out of Disney, only much nicer because it's real. Paul Leroy Bel Air
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NEWS
November 18, 2005
On November 13, 2005, IRENE S., beloved wife of Edward Visnick, devoted mother of Robert and Wanda Visnick of Rockport, MA, devoted stepmother of Michael Silverman of Rockport, MA, and Steven Visnick, beloved sister of Milton Bromberg of Owings Mills, MD, and the late Madeline Sofro, Ethyl Copeland and Gladys Handler, loving grandmother of Rebecca, Andrew and Sarah Visnick. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Services and interment were held in Gloucester, MA.
NEWS
November 18, 2005
On November 13, 2005, IRENE S., beloved wife of Edward Visnick, devoted mother of Robert and Wanda Visnick of Rockport, MA, devoted stepmother of Michael Silverman of Rockport, MA, and Steven Visnick, beloved sister of Milton Bromberg of Owings Mills, MD, and the late Madeline Sofro, Ethyl Copeland and Gladys Handler, loving grandmother of Rebecca, Andrew and Sarah Visnick. Also survived by many nieces and nephews. Services and interment were held in Gloucester, MA.
NEWS
June 14, 1996
Mildred Day,92, who helped develop the chewy, gooey recipe for Rice Krispies Treats, died Sunday in Bloomington, Minn.She worked for Kellogg Co. in the 1920s, when she and Malitta Jensen came up with the treat -- a mixture of Rice Krispies, marshmallows and butter. The treats were a fund-raising venture for a Camp Fire Girls group and a way to promote the cereal.Robert Morey,83, who designed the seal for the U.S. Marshals Service and interested President John F. Kennedy and Sen. Edward M. Kennedy in painting, died of cancer June 5 in Rockport, Mass.
NEWS
November 22, 1990
A memorial service for C. Baynard Perryclear, a retired partner in Towson Associates, a real estate development firm, will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the North Falmouth, Mass., Congregational Church.Mr. Perryclear, who was 82 and had lived in North Falmouth since 1977, died Saturday at a nursing home in Falmouth, Mass., of Parkinson's disease.Before moving to Cape Cod, he had lived in the Baltimore area for 34 years and worked as a furniture manufacturer's representative.A native of Savannah, Ga., he was reared in Princeton, N.J., andeducated at Princeton University.
BUSINESS
By BLOOMBERG NEWS | December 15, 1999
STOUGHTON, Mass. -- Reebok International Ltd., the No. 3 U.S. athletic shoemaker, said yesterday that it settled a lawsuit with former cushion-sole supplier Supracor Inc. over an exclusivity contract by agreeing to pay $18.75 million within the next two years.Supracor filed a complaint in U.S. District Court in San Jose, Calif., in 1997, claiming that Reebok violated a contract to buy its Hexalite-brand honeycomb cushioning material only from Supracor. Reebok, which reported 1998 sales of $3.22 billion, also purchased the material from a Supracor competitor, the suit alleged.
NEWS
By Tanika White and Tanika White,Sun Staff | June 12, 2005
Growing up in West Baltimore's Edmondson Village, Steven Richardson used to watch intently as his father, an automobile mechanic, repaired cars. He admired how deftly his father worked with every part, each as important as the next. It's a fitting tribute today, then, that Richardson has followed in his father's footsteps, working with mechanical parts, but on a much tinier level. He's a horologist, a watchmaker, with his own line of high-end, collector-quality timepieces. "I basically grew up in my father's shop," says Richardson, 36. "I was always interested in putting something together."
SPORTS
By Paul Moran and Paul Moran,NEWSDAY | April 18, 2005
The wheat and chaff have parted company. Though they didn't win with the panache that Bellamy Road did in claiming leadership among the Kentucky Derby candidates with his victory in the Wood Memorial, Afleet Alex and Bandini took positions immediately behind the division leader Saturday with wins in the Arkansas Derby and Blue Grass Stakes, respectively. Only one race of significance remains in the culling process that will determine the pecking order among Derby-bound horses - Saturday's Lexington Stakes at Keeneland in which the injury- and illness-hindered Rockport Harbor will attempt to resuscitate his flagging fortunes, exactly what Afleet Alex and Bandini accomplished Saturday.
SPORTS
By Tom Keyser and Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF | March 19, 2005
Following the trail blazed by Smarty Jones, three contenders for the Kentucky Derby clash today in the $250,000 Rebel Stakes at Oaklawn Park. The Rebel is one of the most highly anticipated races in years at the Hot Springs, Ark., track. That's because Afleet Alex, Greater Good and Rockport Harbor, after training all winter at Oaklawn, finally meet in a significant Kentucky Derby prep race on a critical weekend for Derby aspirants around the country. The top five finishers in last year's Breeders' Cup Juvenile as well as 12 of the 25 leading contenders in the Daily Racing Form's "Derby Watch" race today in Arkansas, California, Florida and New York.
NEWS
By Tanika White and Tanika White,Sun Staff | June 12, 2005
Growing up in West Baltimore's Edmondson Village, Steven Richardson used to watch intently as his father, an automobile mechanic, repaired cars. He admired how deftly his father worked with every part, each as important as the next. It's a fitting tribute today, then, that Richardson has followed in his father's footsteps, working with mechanical parts, but on a much tinier level. He's a horologist, a watchmaker, with his own line of high-end, collector-quality timepieces. "I basically grew up in my father's shop," says Richardson, 36. "I was always interested in putting something together."
SPORTS
By Paul Moran and Paul Moran,NEWSDAY | April 18, 2005
The wheat and chaff have parted company. Though they didn't win with the panache that Bellamy Road did in claiming leadership among the Kentucky Derby candidates with his victory in the Wood Memorial, Afleet Alex and Bandini took positions immediately behind the division leader Saturday with wins in the Arkansas Derby and Blue Grass Stakes, respectively. Only one race of significance remains in the culling process that will determine the pecking order among Derby-bound horses - Saturday's Lexington Stakes at Keeneland in which the injury- and illness-hindered Rockport Harbor will attempt to resuscitate his flagging fortunes, exactly what Afleet Alex and Bandini accomplished Saturday.
BUSINESS
By BLOOMBERG NEWS | December 15, 1999
STOUGHTON, Mass. -- Reebok International Ltd., the No. 3 U.S. athletic shoemaker, said yesterday that it settled a lawsuit with former cushion-sole supplier Supracor Inc. over an exclusivity contract by agreeing to pay $18.75 million within the next two years.Supracor filed a complaint in U.S. District Court in San Jose, Calif., in 1997, claiming that Reebok violated a contract to buy its Hexalite-brand honeycomb cushioning material only from Supracor. Reebok, which reported 1998 sales of $3.22 billion, also purchased the material from a Supracor competitor, the suit alleged.
NEWS
June 14, 1996
Mildred Day,92, who helped develop the chewy, gooey recipe for Rice Krispies Treats, died Sunday in Bloomington, Minn.She worked for Kellogg Co. in the 1920s, when she and Malitta Jensen came up with the treat -- a mixture of Rice Krispies, marshmallows and butter. The treats were a fund-raising venture for a Camp Fire Girls group and a way to promote the cereal.Robert Morey,83, who designed the seal for the U.S. Marshals Service and interested President John F. Kennedy and Sen. Edward M. Kennedy in painting, died of cancer June 5 in Rockport, Mass.
NEWS
November 22, 1990
A memorial service for C. Baynard Perryclear, a retired partner in Towson Associates, a real estate development firm, will be held at 11 a.m. Tuesday at the North Falmouth, Mass., Congregational Church.Mr. Perryclear, who was 82 and had lived in North Falmouth since 1977, died Saturday at a nursing home in Falmouth, Mass., of Parkinson's disease.Before moving to Cape Cod, he had lived in the Baltimore area for 34 years and worked as a furniture manufacturer's representative.A native of Savannah, Ga., he was reared in Princeton, N.J., andeducated at Princeton University.
FEATURES
By Frank D. Roylance and Frank D. Roylance,Sun reporter | May 8, 2008
Mother was right. Our shoes are filthy, and we'd be smart to leave them at the door, like they do in Japan. Even microbiologist Charles P. Gerba was surprised to discover what we track into the house on our footwear. "I'm starting to make myself paranoid," he said. "It seems like we step in a lot more poop than I thought." Gerba is a professor in the University of Arizona's Department of Soil, Water and Environmental Science. He's spent years studying how humans spread microbes around and "share" them wherever they go. But when he was asked by the Rockport Co. whether he thought throwing shoes in the washer made hygienic sense, he told them, "I don't know.
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