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February 1, 2005
On January 30, 2005, RONALD REED SCHROYER dear companion of Beth Ann Evans, devoted father of Nichole A. Schroyer and her son Zachary and her fiance Noel Levesque, loving brother of Eva Whiteman and her husband, Glenn, and Linda Stanton, Nieces and nephews and their spouses, Debra and Mike Benkert, Valerie and Ronald Hoffman, Timothy and Tammy Whiteman, Lisa and Aimee Parrack and Barry Livengood and great-nieces and nephews, Jenn and Sean Benkert, Brandi...
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May 8, 2006
On May 3, 2006, BERNARD A. HORNE, dearest husband of the late Margaret L. HORNE (nee Runkle) devoted step-father of Robert M. Johnston and Judy A. Schroyer and husband John. Loving brother of Lorraine Phillips and Jean Bishop, beloved grandfather of John Schroyer and wife Tina and Chad Schroyer and wife Laura. Also survived by four great-grandchildren and other loving relatives and friends. Funeral Services will be held at the Charles L. Stevens Funeral Home, Inc., 1501 E. Fort Avenue, Locust Point, MD., on Wednesday at 11 A.M. Interment in Crownsville Veteran Cemetery.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 25, 1997
Nikki Schroyer scored a career-high 26 points and matched a career high with 15 rebounds as Mount St. Mary's defeated Robert Morris, 76-68, in overtime in a Northeast Conference women's game last night in Emmitsburg.The win gave the Mount (14-12, 9-9) the fourth seed in this weekend's NEC tournament. The Mountaineers will receive an opening-round bye and will play host to Rider in quarterfinal game Saturday at 7 p.m.Robert Morris (9-17, 8-10) led by as many as 13 points in the first half, but the Mount came back to take a one-point halftime lead, thanks in part to a 13-0 run over the later part of the first half.
NEWS
February 1, 2005
On January 30, 2005, RONALD REED SCHROYER dear companion of Beth Ann Evans, devoted father of Nichole A. Schroyer and her son Zachary and her fiance Noel Levesque, loving brother of Eva Whiteman and her husband, Glenn, and Linda Stanton, Nieces and nephews and their spouses, Debra and Mike Benkert, Valerie and Ronald Hoffman, Timothy and Tammy Whiteman, Lisa and Aimee Parrack and Barry Livengood and great-nieces and nephews, Jenn and Sean Benkert, Brandi...
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | January 19, 1997
EMMITSBURG -- Amy Langville and Nikki Schroyer each scored a career-high 25 points as Mount St. Mary's edged Rider, 72-70, yesterday.Schroyer also had 12 rebounds and Langville 10, as the Mountaineers (8-6) moved to 3-3 in the Northeast Conference.The Mount led 40-38 at halftime, watched Rider (5-7, 4-2) rally for a six-point lead with 11: 30 left, then used strong defense and a short jumper by Schroyer to take the lead for good with just over two minutes to play.Pub Date: 1/19/97
NEWS
May 8, 2006
On May 3, 2006, BERNARD A. HORNE, dearest husband of the late Margaret L. HORNE (nee Runkle) devoted step-father of Robert M. Johnston and Judy A. Schroyer and husband John. Loving brother of Lorraine Phillips and Jean Bishop, beloved grandfather of John Schroyer and wife Tina and Chad Schroyer and wife Laura. Also survived by four great-grandchildren and other loving relatives and friends. Funeral Services will be held at the Charles L. Stevens Funeral Home, Inc., 1501 E. Fort Avenue, Locust Point, MD., on Wednesday at 11 A.M. Interment in Crownsville Veteran Cemetery.
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By Liz Bowie and Liz Bowie,SUN STAFF | November 17, 1997
A man who stopped on Route 100 in Laurel to change a flat tire on his car was killed in a hit-and-run incident early yesterday, state police in Glen Burnie reported.Later, Howard County police arrested a drunken driving suspect, whose license had been revoked, in connection with the fatality.State police said Mark Jeffrey Schroyer, 40, of the 9200 block of Traders Crossing Road in Laurel was changing a tire on his 1993 Chevrolet Geo on Route 100 at Coca Cola Drive in Laurel. A 1997 Ford van struck him and the back of his car about 12: 42 a.m. and kept going, police said.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 14, 2004
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Monica Cherry scored 17 points as the College of Notre Dame basketball team took a late first-half lead and downed Wilson, 64-53 last night. The Gators (11-9, 4-6 Atlantic Women's Collegiate Conference) took a 25-23 lead with 4:19 left in the first half over the Phoenix (2-18, 0-9) and never looked back. COLLEGE OF NOTRE DAME - Bachman 2-11 3-4 7, Hall 5-13 3-5 13, Burley 1-7 1-3 3, Cherry 7-15 1-2 17, Miscavige 3-10 4-4 11, Lawson 4-6 1-1 11, Money 0-0 0-0 0, Young 0-3 0-0 0, Vecchioni 0-0 2-2 2. Totals 22-65 15-21 64. WILSON - Tackling 4-14 7-11 15, Peak 0-1 0-0 0, Trace 4-14 2-5 10, Holley 5-20 0-1 15, Schroyer 5-16 0-0 11, Spangler 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 19-66 9-17 53. Half - College of Notre Dame, 33-25.
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By Jamie Smith Hopkins and Jamie Smith Hopkins,SUN STAFF | August 2, 2002
Walnut Springs residents are contemplating a way to defuse growing frustration over a brightly colored shed built by the man who developed their neighborhood: Hide it behind fast-growing, bushy trees. People from the small western Howard County community met with government officials Wednesday night to discuss their options - which are limited - and to ask if the county will help pay for the green buffer. The shed, built as a protest, is driving them crazy. "We don't want to look at it," said homeowners association President David Dailey, who lives next door to the pinkish-red structure.
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By Jamie Smith Hopkins and Jamie Smith Hopkins,SUN STAFF | August 2, 2002
Walnut Springs residents are contemplating a way to defuse growing frustration over a brightly colored shed built by the man who developed their neighborhood: Hide it behind fast-growing, bushy trees. People from the small western Howard County community met with government officials Wednesday night to discuss their options - which are limited - and to ask if the county will help pay for the green buffer. The shed, built as a protest, is driving them crazy. "We don't want to look at it," said homeowners association President David Dailey, who lives next door to the pinkish-red structure.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 14, 2004
CHAMBERSBURG, Pa. - Monica Cherry scored 17 points as the College of Notre Dame basketball team took a late first-half lead and downed Wilson, 64-53 last night. The Gators (11-9, 4-6 Atlantic Women's Collegiate Conference) took a 25-23 lead with 4:19 left in the first half over the Phoenix (2-18, 0-9) and never looked back. COLLEGE OF NOTRE DAME - Bachman 2-11 3-4 7, Hall 5-13 3-5 13, Burley 1-7 1-3 3, Cherry 7-15 1-2 17, Miscavige 3-10 4-4 11, Lawson 4-6 1-1 11, Money 0-0 0-0 0, Young 0-3 0-0 0, Vecchioni 0-0 2-2 2. Totals 22-65 15-21 64. WILSON - Tackling 4-14 7-11 15, Peak 0-1 0-0 0, Trace 4-14 2-5 10, Holley 5-20 0-1 15, Schroyer 5-16 0-0 11, Spangler 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 19-66 9-17 53. Half - College of Notre Dame, 33-25.
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By Jamie Smith Hopkins and Jamie Smith Hopkins,SUN STAFF | August 2, 2002
Walnut Springs residents are contemplating a way to defuse growing frustration over a brightly colored shed built by the man who developed their neighborhood: Hide it behind fast-growing, bushy trees. People from the small western Howard County community met with government officials Wednesday night to discuss their options - which are limited - and to ask if the county will help pay for the green buffer. The shed, built as a protest, is driving them crazy. "We don't want to look at it," said homeowners association President David Dailey, who lives next door to the pinkish-red structure.
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By Jamie Smith Hopkins and Jamie Smith Hopkins,SUN STAFF | August 2, 2002
Walnut Springs residents are contemplating a way to defuse growing frustration over a brightly colored shed built by the man who developed their neighborhood: Hide it behind fast-growing, bushy trees. People from the small western Howard County community met with government officials Wednesday night to discuss their options - which are limited - and to ask if the county will help pay for the green buffer. The shed, built as a protest, is driving them crazy. "We don't want to look at it," said homeowners association President David Dailey, who lives next door to the pinkish-red structure.
NEWS
By Jamie Smith Hopkins and Jamie Smith Hopkins,SUN STAFF | July 10, 2002
In the tiny neighborhood of Walnut Springs, every house is a tasteful tan, white or brick. Then there's the blazing red shed. Perched on a hilly, weedy plot and surrounded by barbed-wire fencing, set between two expensive homes and facing two more, it has become the eye-catching center of an otherwise refined community. For families living up and down the street, it is also a relentless reminder of how they are being pulled against their will into a crusade that is not their own. The shed and the land it sits on are owned by Walnut Springs' developer, Charles W. Schroyer.
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By Tanya Jones and Tanya Jones,SUN STAFF | August 11, 1998
An Arbutus man who had racked up five drunken driving convictions but never spent more than a few days in jail was sentenced to 10 years in prison yesterday for killing a Laurel man in a hit-and-run accident in November.Richard Darrell Ward, 49, of the 1100 block of Courtney Road pleaded guilty to vehicular manslaughter before Anne Arundel Circuit Judge Clayton Greene Jr. imposed the maximum sentence.Ward was arrested Nov. 16 about an hour after fatally striking Mark Jeffrey Schroyer, 40, of the 9200 block of Traders Crossing Road in Laurel.
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By Liz Bowie and Liz Bowie,SUN STAFF | November 17, 1997
A man who stopped on Route 100 in Laurel to change a flat tire on his car was killed in a hit-and-run incident early yesterday, state police in Glen Burnie reported.Later, Howard County police arrested a drunken driving suspect, whose license had been revoked, in connection with the fatality.State police said Mark Jeffrey Schroyer, 40, of the 9200 block of Traders Crossing Road in Laurel was changing a tire on his 1993 Chevrolet Geo on Route 100 at Coca Cola Drive in Laurel. A 1997 Ford van struck him and the back of his car about 12: 42 a.m. and kept going, police said.
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By Del Quentin Wilber and Del Quentin Wilber,SUN STAFF | October 23, 1997
Although it involves only one of the 17,000 acres of preserved farmland in Howard County, a measure before the County Council to redesignate that acre as a buildable lot could have wide-ranging implications for the county's land-preservation program.The acre, in a Woodbine subdivision, was designated a preserved parcel by the developer just before he submitted his subdivision plans for approval in 1995 and has little environmental value, officials said.The developer, Charles W. Schroyer, intended to build a house on the plot, but the county Health Department rejected that plan after a study raised concerns about how septic tanks would affect nearby wells.
NEWS
By Jamie Smith Hopkins and Jamie Smith Hopkins,SUN STAFF | July 10, 2002
In the tiny neighborhood of Walnut Springs, every house is a tasteful tan, white or brick. Then there's the blazing red shed. Perched on a hilly, weedy plot and surrounded by barbed-wire fencing, set between two expensive homes and facing two more, it has become the eye-catching center of an otherwise refined community. For families living up and down the street, it is also a relentless reminder of how they are being pulled against their will into a crusade that is not their own. The shed and the land it sits on are owned by Walnut Springs' developer, Charles W. Schroyer.
NEWS
By Del Quentin Wilber and Del Quentin Wilber,SUN STAFF | October 23, 1997
Although it involves only one of the 17,000 acres of preserved farmland in Howard County, a measure before the County Council to redesignate that acre as a buildable lot could have wide-ranging implications for the county's land-preservation program.The acre, in a Woodbine subdivision, was designated a preserved parcel by the developer just before he submitted his subdivision plans for approval in 1995 and has little environmental value, officials said.The developer, Charles W. Schroyer, intended to build a house on the plot, but the county Health Department rejected that plan after a study raised concerns about how septic tanks would affect nearby wells.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 25, 1997
Nikki Schroyer scored a career-high 26 points and matched a career high with 15 rebounds as Mount St. Mary's defeated Robert Morris, 76-68, in overtime in a Northeast Conference women's game last night in Emmitsburg.The win gave the Mount (14-12, 9-9) the fourth seed in this weekend's NEC tournament. The Mountaineers will receive an opening-round bye and will play host to Rider in quarterfinal game Saturday at 7 p.m.Robert Morris (9-17, 8-10) led by as many as 13 points in the first half, but the Mount came back to take a one-point halftime lead, thanks in part to a 13-0 run over the later part of the first half.
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