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July 10, 2013
Anne Arundel County Police say a Glen Burnie man was killed Wednesday morning in a crash on Route 10 in Glen Burnie. Chris Donald Pfeil, 33, of the unit block of Kempton Road in Glen Burnie, died as a result of the accident, which occurred at the 7 a.m., police said. Officers were called to Route 10 south at the Dover Road overpass, and found a 2003 Dodge pickup truck on its side against the bridge pillar, with the driver trapped inside. He was pronounced dead at the scene by county paramedics, police said.
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By Tim Swift and The Baltimore Sun | September 27, 2014
Anne Arundel police are investigating a fatal car crash Saturday morning along westbound Route 100 near Route 10 in Pasadena. Anne Arundel Fire Department said they were dispatched about 7:30 a.m. after a passerby reported a Ford Focus had crashed into a ditch in the woods along the road. First responders found one victim dead who had been trapped inside the car, the fire department said. Police identified the victim was Edward McKeenzie Gray Jr., 35, of Pasadena. Investigators believe he crashed at around 5:30 a.m. or 6 a.m. but was not found until a passerby reported seeing the car in the woods.
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NEWS
January 26, 1994
A single lane of northbound Route 10, from Marley Creek to Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard, will be closed today while workers make emergency repairs to the roadway.Weather permitting, crews will be working on the quarter mile of roadway from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Electronic arrow boards, cones and variable message signs will alert motorists to the closures.The roadway is slated to be resurfaced in the spring.
BUSINESS
By Natalie Sherman | August 6, 2014
A Baltimore-based company and its Massachusetts partner plan to build 76 more apartments at the recently acquired Reserve at Stoney Creek development in Anne Arundel County, the firms said Wednesday. Klein Enterprises and the Dolben Co., Inc. said Wednesday they purchased the Pasadena property through the Stoney Creek Phase I LLC affiliate for $15 million. The firms also have worked together on apartment projects in Fells Point and North East. The first 90 apartments opened at the Reserve at Stoney Creek, located close to Route 100 and Route 10, in 2011 and were fully leased within six months, according to a news release.
NEWS
March 1, 1991
The commute to Baltimore from Pasadena eases tomorrow, when the State Highway Administration opens the final leg of Route 10.The four-lane, 2.65-mile extension links Route 2 north of Pasadena Road to Route 100 south of Mountain Road. Drivers headed for the Beltway can either merge onto Route 10 or follow Route 100 to Route 3.Either way, they will save time and aggravation by avoiding bottlenecks on routes 2 and 3.Commuters who now enter Route 100 north of Jumpers Hole Road will avoid the congested stretch of Route 2 fromSeverna Park to Pasadena.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | September 25, 1998
A man was killed yesterday evening when he lost control of a motorcycle while attempting to negotiate a curve on Route 10 in Glen Burnie and crashed into a guardrail, state police said.Police said the 26-year-old county resident, whose name was withheld pending notification of family members, was driving a Suzuki motorcycle north on Route 10 south of Route 648 about 7 p.m. when he failed to make a curve, left the roadway and crashed into the guardrail.Police said the man was pronounced dead at the scene and that speed appears to have contributed to the accident.
NEWS
March 12, 1996
County police have identified the body of a man found last week along Route 10 as Martin Raymond Young, 48, whose last known address was in the 1600 block of Church St. in Brooklyn Park.Mr. Young died of a heart attack about a week before his body was found by a Glen Burnie man, an autopsy showed.3 16-year-old boys arrested on burglary, drug chargesThree 16-year-old Glen Burnie boys were arrested on burglary and drug charges Friday after officers found them in an office building in the 1900 block of S. Crain Highway with marijuana and drug paraphernalia, county police said.
NEWS
By Lorraine Mirabella and Lorraine Mirabella,Staff writer | October 16, 1990
The "Road to Nowhere" will turn into the "Road to Pasadena" and it could happen soon -- a year earlier than state highway officials had predicted.If the weather cooperates, the State Highway Administration could open the four-lane, 2.65-mile final leg of Route 10 -- from Route 100 south of Mountain Road to Ritchie Highway north of Pasadena Road -- by November.The extension will give motorists a direct route from Ritchie Highway to the Baltimore Beltway, shaving time off commuters' drives and thinning traffic in one of the county's most congested areas.
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BY A SUN STAFF WRITER | August 1, 1998
Two Baltimore men were killed and two Anne Arundel County men were injured early yesterday when the car they were in skidded off Route 10 south of the Baltimore Beltway and slammed into several trees, state police said.The four apparently were returning home from a club in Glen Burnie about 1: 45 a.m. when the driver, John M. Schouster, 20, of the 8000 block of Catherine Ave., Pasadena, lost control of his 1997 Mitsubishi Eclipse as he headed north on Route 10, police said.The back-seat passengers, Michael M. Crews, 23, of the 4200 block of McDowell Lane and Jason E. Jamison, 25, of the 1900 block of Letitia Ave., both in Baltimore, were pronounced dead at the scene.
NEWS
By Robert Lee and Robert Lee,Staff writer | May 21, 1991
Two months after its completion, Route 10 is still waiting for the commuters projected to fill its lanes.State traffic engineers are waiting for the traffic "to find its level" before conducting any formal studies, but their "eyeball" estimates are that 20,000 to 25,000 cars use the 7.2-mile-long road daily.Those numbers are well short of the 65,000 trips a day predicted before the last leg of Route 10 opened in March."Traffic is sort of like water: It eventually seeks its own level," Baltimore RegionalTraffic Planner Robert Lambdin said.
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By Carrie Wells, The Baltimore Sun | March 19, 2014
A man from Pasadena died on the scene of a six-vehicle pileup on Route 100 in Anne Arundel County Tuesday afternoon, police said. The victim was identified as Scott Robert Johnston, 54. Police said officers were called to the scene of the crash, on eastbound Route 100 near Route 10 in Pasadena, at 3:15 p.m. Six vehicles, including a 2005 Mack cement mixer from Daniel G. Schuster, Inc., were involved and four other drivers had minor injuries in...
NEWS
July 10, 2013
Anne Arundel County Police say a Glen Burnie man was killed Wednesday morning in a crash on Route 10 in Glen Burnie. Chris Donald Pfeil, 33, of the unit block of Kempton Road in Glen Burnie, died as a result of the accident, which occurred at the 7 a.m., police said. Officers were called to Route 10 south at the Dover Road overpass, and found a 2003 Dodge pickup truck on its side against the bridge pillar, with the driver trapped inside. He was pronounced dead at the scene by county paramedics, police said.
SPORTS
From Sun staff reports | February 17, 2013
No. 4 Notre Dame scored the first six goals and never looked back in a 13-5 season-opening win over host No. 10 Duke on Saturday in men's lacrosse. Jim Marlatt led the Irish attack with a career-high five goals, and freshman Matt Kavanagh scored four for Notre Dame (1-0). Sean Rogers and Steve Murphy each scored twice for the Fighting Irish. The Notre Dame defense, which led the nation last season in goals-against average, stymied a Duke offense that averaged 16.5 goals in its first two games this season.
SPORTS
From Sun staff reports | February 6, 2013
No. 13 Lake Clifton was down by two after the first quarter, so a defensive switch was coming. The Lakers defenders targeted No. 10 Poly's No. 1 scoring threat, John Crosby, denying him opportunities. And the Lakers (13-7, 5-3 Baltimore City) won the next three quarters and the game, 67-51, to upset the Engineers (14-5, 5-2) in boys basketball Tuesday night. Stephen Brown led Lake Clifton with 17 points, and Crosby had 16 for Poly. No. 3 Dunbar 81, Forest Park 59: The visiting Foresters (10-5, 3-5 city)
SPORTS
By Jeff Seidel, For The Baltimore Sun | February 1, 2013
This night belonged to McDonogh. McDonogh's top-ranked girls cruised to victory in the Interscholastic Athletic Association of Maryland championship meet Friday night. The No. 1 McDonogh boys completed the school's sweep of the private school title meets with their win in the Maryland Interscholastic Athletic Association competition at the Prince George's Sports and Learning Complex. This was McDonogh's first championship sweep since 2010, and the girls now have won five straight titles.
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The Baltimore Sun | January 2, 2013
A 24-year-old man who was partially ejected from a vehicle on Route 10 near Interstate 695 in Glen Burnie Jan. 1 is listed in critical but stable condition at Maryland Shock Trauma Center, Anne Arundel County police officials said. A statement issued by the police office department Wednesday said that the driver, Daniel Alan Leitner, 24, of 4005 Washington Street in Baltimore, was traveling north on Route 10 and approaching the I-695 interchange when he did not negotiate a curve in the roadway.
NEWS
By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,Staff writer | March 4, 1991
State officials and politicians presiding at a ceremony marking the completion of Route 10 took a decidedly pro-tax stance Saturday, praising previous tax plans that helped build the road and complaining about budget cuts that might stall additional projects.Saying a gasoline tax enacted four years ago helped pay for the 2.27 miles of asphalt extending Route 10 from Route 100 to Ritchie Highway, officials said a new fuel tax is needed to keep future transportation projects viable."None of us likes to dig into our pockets," said O. James Lighthizer, secretary of the State Department of Transportation and former county executive.
NEWS
By TaNoah V. Sterling and TaNoah V. Sterling,SUN STAFF | March 8, 1996
County police said yesterday a heart attack killed the man whose body was found by a pedestrian along Route 10 at Furnace Branch Road this week. He still has not been identified.Autopsy results from the state medical examiner's office in Baltimore revealed that the man suffered cardiac arrest and had died about a week and a half before his body was found Tuesday. There were no signs of foul play."We tend to think he was a homeless person taking a shortcut on his way somewhere," said lead investigator Det. Daniel L. Boone, who said that the man had no wallet or keys.
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By Mary Gail Hare, The Baltimore Sun | October 31, 2012
Anne Arundel County police are investigating the stabbing Tuesday evening of a 29-year-old man in Glen Burnie. Officers responded at 9:02 p.m. to an apartment in the 100 block of Faywood Court, where they found the victim. He told police that he had gone to the 7400 block of Furnace Branch Road, near Route 10, where he had arranged to meet with several men. Three unidentified men stabbed the victim multiple times in the upper body and robbed him of a cell phone and an undetermined amount of money.
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The Baltimore Sun | June 21, 2012
As of 8:30 a.m. Thursday, traffic was slow on Route 100 eastbound at Route 10, due to an accident. Accidents were slowing traffic on I-83 southbound at Mount Carmel Road in Baltimore County, U.S. 50 eastbound at the Severn River Bridge in Anne Arundel County, Woodbine Road near Ivy Way in Woodbine, 64th Street near Pulaski Highway in Rosedale and McCormick Road and International Circle in Baltimore County. Traffic was slow on I-895 at the Steel Bridge, due to construction activity.
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