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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | December 31, 2012
A water main break near northbound Route 13 in Salisbury has left about half a dozen homes without water Monday morning, city officials said. At least five homes on Middle Neck Lane and businesses from Pep Boys at Priscilla Street to Boulevard Motors north and southbound Route 13 will be without water, city officials said. The main is expected to be repaired by 2:30 p.m. One northbound lane on Route 13 will be shutdown. jkanderson@baltsun.com
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From Sun staff reports | March 15, 2014
Jordan Wolf's goal at the 2:34 mark of the first overtime period lifted host No. 6 Duke to a 9-8 win over No. 7 North Carolina on Saturday at Koskinen Stadium. "Christian Walsh came down and made a nice move," Wolf said. "We've been playing together for a long time and have great chemistry, and I knew he was going to throw it to me and set a pick. I attacked the ball, got to five-on-five, inside roll and stuck it, fortunately. " The Blue Devils improved to 6-2 overall and 1-1 in the Atlantic Coast Conference while the Tar Heels fell to 5-2, 0-2. "I just thought it was everything that is good about our sport," coach John Danowski said.
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May 8, 2006
A 29-year-old Pocomoke City man was killed late Saturday when he lost control of his motorcycle in Wicomico County, police said. Jason Alan Quarles was traveling south on the Route 13 bypass about 10:45 p.m., preparing to merge onto Route 13 north of Stockyard Road, according to officials from the Salisbury barracks of the Maryland State Police. As he was approaching a curve, Quarles lost control of his 2005 Yamaha motorcycle, which fell onto the road, sending him about 100 feet into a guardrail.
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From Sun staff reports | April 21, 2013
Sam Snow scored the game-winner with 56 seconds left in overtime as the visiting Fairfield men's lacrosse team upset top-ranked Denver, 10-9, Saturday in front of an announced 2,520 at Peter Barton Lacrosse Stadium. The Stags (8-5, 4-2 Eastern College Athletic Conference) recorded the program's first win over a No. 1 team. The victory gives the Stags a spot in the ECAC championship May 2-4 at Hobart. Denver fell to 10-3 overall and 5-1 in league play. Michael Roe won the opening faceoff of overtime and Fairfield called a timeout.
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By PETER BAKER | March 2, 1993
In 1979, the Cove Point area in Calvert County was stocked with 21 turkeys trapped in Washington and Garrett counties. From that simple beginning, Maryland has built a viable spring hunting season for bearded turkeys."
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By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,SUN STAFF | August 31, 1997
Four people were killed in unrelated accidents on Maryland roads Friday and early yesterday, including a woman walking along a Howard County highway and a man who fell off a bicycle and was hit by a tractor-trailer on the Eastern Shore.The most recent crash occurred about 1: 30 p.m. yesterday on Route 13, just south of Pocomoke City in Worcester County. State police said a Buick crossed the median while southbound on Route 13 and went into the path of northbound traffic. The driver, identified as William Randolph Lewis, 78, of Salisbury, was pronounced dead at the scene.
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By Childs Walker, The Baltimore Sun | November 25, 2011
If it has been a while since you've driven through the heart of this Eastern Shore city, the buildings might come as a shock. One after another, they tower shiny and modern above the chain restaurants and strip-mall shops that dominate Route 13. The buildings, three of them with a combined price tag of $165 million, are the outward manifestation of Salisbury University's changing self-image. For years, Salisbury was known for its proximity to the beach and for the ease with which its name (then Salisbury State)
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By H. H. Morris | January 4, 1996
MOST COMPUTER nerds didn't grow up in homes with real dogs. If they had a canine presence in their childhoods, it was a sibling rival their mothers could use as a muff, a mop or a table decoration -- a tiny, spoiled pretender to genuine doghood.Only a dogless person could get thrilled by the Internet. The caninet has existed since prehistoric times and is far more complex.Levi, mixed beagle and collie, and I follow a regular route. If Levi is desperate to void his bladder, he uses a bush in the front yard or the mail-box post.
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By Nick Madigan and Nick Madigan,nick.madigan@baltsun.com | August 31, 2008
ODESSA, Del. - When they left home in Fairfax, Va., yesterday morning bound for the sands of Rehoboth Beach, Del., for a week's vacation, Roxana Torrico and Guy Meruvia were faced with a decision. Occasional visitors to the Shore, they had rented a house this time and didn't want to dally getting there. But they'd heard that the Bay Bridge, a crucial piece of their usual route, would be a mess, reduced to two eastbound lanes because of corrosion found by inspectors after a fatal truck accident Aug. 10 and a long way from being repaired.
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By Rich Scherr and Rich Scherr,Contributing Writer | April 27, 1993
The Columbia Cardinals over-30 baseball team opened its season with a bang on Sunday.A 16-hit barrage paced the Cardinals to a 13-3 win over McAllister's Diamond Dogs in Howard County Masters League action at Cedar Lane Park in Columbia.Jay Hughes led the way with three hits, including two doubles, and Billy Ray and John Canterna each homered for Columbia. Kevin Nashold of the Diamond Dogs also homered.Ray, Joe Lomascolo and Mike Briel combined for a six-hitter for the Cardinals, with Lomascolo pitching three shutout innings.
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | December 31, 2012
A water main break near northbound Route 13 in Salisbury has left about half a dozen homes without water Monday morning, city officials said. At least five homes on Middle Neck Lane and businesses from Pep Boys at Priscilla Street to Boulevard Motors north and southbound Route 13 will be without water, city officials said. The main is expected to be repaired by 2:30 p.m. One northbound lane on Route 13 will be shutdown. jkanderson@baltsun.com
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By Childs Walker, The Baltimore Sun | November 25, 2011
If it has been a while since you've driven through the heart of this Eastern Shore city, the buildings might come as a shock. One after another, they tower shiny and modern above the chain restaurants and strip-mall shops that dominate Route 13. The buildings, three of them with a combined price tag of $165 million, are the outward manifestation of Salisbury University's changing self-image. For years, Salisbury was known for its proximity to the beach and for the ease with which its name (then Salisbury State)
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By Nick Madigan and Nick Madigan,nick.madigan@baltsun.com | August 31, 2008
ODESSA, Del. - When they left home in Fairfax, Va., yesterday morning bound for the sands of Rehoboth Beach, Del., for a week's vacation, Roxana Torrico and Guy Meruvia were faced with a decision. Occasional visitors to the Shore, they had rented a house this time and didn't want to dally getting there. But they'd heard that the Bay Bridge, a crucial piece of their usual route, would be a mess, reduced to two eastbound lanes because of corrosion found by inspectors after a fatal truck accident Aug. 10 and a long way from being repaired.
NEWS
May 8, 2006
A 29-year-old Pocomoke City man was killed late Saturday when he lost control of his motorcycle in Wicomico County, police said. Jason Alan Quarles was traveling south on the Route 13 bypass about 10:45 p.m., preparing to merge onto Route 13 north of Stockyard Road, according to officials from the Salisbury barracks of the Maryland State Police. As he was approaching a curve, Quarles lost control of his 2005 Yamaha motorcycle, which fell onto the road, sending him about 100 feet into a guardrail.
SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | January 13, 2001
Earlier in the season, Blast midfielder Paul Wright talked about the importance of avoiding back-to-back losses. "Lose two in a row in the playoffs, you're going home," he said. The Blast was on the verge of just that last night against visiting Toronto, thanks in large part to another slow-starting first half. But, once again, the offense re-appeared in the second half, and brought the defense with it. Trailing at intermission for the 10th time this season, this time by six, the Blast showed no frustration or panic, instead scoring the game's last 10 points to come away with a 13-11 win in front of 5,371 at Baltimore Arena.
NEWS
By Anne Haddad and Anne Haddad,SUN STAFF | August 31, 1997
Four people were killed in unrelated accidents on Maryland roads Friday and early yesterday, including a woman walking along a Howard County highway and a man who fell off a bicycle and was hit by a tractor-trailer on the Eastern Shore.The most recent crash occurred about 1: 30 p.m. yesterday on Route 13, just south of Pocomoke City in Worcester County. State police said a Buick crossed the median while southbound on Route 13 and went into the path of northbound traffic. The driver, identified as William Randolph Lewis, 78, of Salisbury, was pronounced dead at the scene.
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By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,Staff Writer | July 15, 1992
SAN DIEGO -- The 63rd All-Star Game was supposed to be a pitched battle. The big swings were expected to disappear in the twilight's last gleaming and the game was expected to be another low-scoring affair.But someone neglected to get that across to the American League lineup, which reeled off seven consecutive hits in the first inning and went on to crush the National League, 13-6, before a sellout crowd of 59,372 last night at Jack Murphy Stadium.The rare All-Star blowout featured a record-tying run total and a record-breaking 19-hit attack from a balanced AL roster.
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By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,Staff Writer Bruce Reid contributed to this story | March 30, 1992
Thirteen people, including four small children, escaped a three-alarm fire in Baltimore early today that was partially fed by a ruptured natural gas line, a fire official said.Capt. Robert Hatoff, of the fire investigation bureau, said the fire at 2219 Rosyln Ave., off Gwynns Falls Parkway, began in the basement.Investigators say it appears that the fire started in the area where electrical service comes into the house, said Capt. Hector Torres, a fire department spokesman.Captain Torres said investigators found heavy damage in electrical equipment in the basement, indicating that the fire may have started there.
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By Buster Olney and Buster Olney,SUN STAFF | June 17, 1996
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- If they didn't play baseball, the Orioles would be meat-cutters, or lumberjacks. Something messy. They cannot win without bludgeoning.The Kansas City Royals led 4-1 after five innings before going on the chopping block, and the Orioles hacked away. Four runs in the sixth inning, eight runs in the eighth, and the Orioles ended a seven-game road trip by crushing the Royals, 13-5, in a game halted more than an hour by a thunderstorm.Brady Anderson hit two homers, his 23rd and 24th of the year, drove in five runs and scored four.
NEWS
By H. H. Morris | January 4, 1996
MOST COMPUTER nerds didn't grow up in homes with real dogs. If they had a canine presence in their childhoods, it was a sibling rival their mothers could use as a muff, a mop or a table decoration -- a tiny, spoiled pretender to genuine doghood.Only a dogless person could get thrilled by the Internet. The caninet has existed since prehistoric times and is far more complex.Levi, mixed beagle and collie, and I follow a regular route. If Levi is desperate to void his bladder, he uses a bush in the front yard or the mail-box post.
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