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March 31, 1991
Police are looking for a man who robbed the Second National Federal Savings Bank in Severna Park Friday afternoon.Police said a man walked into the bank, in the 700 block of Gov. Ritchie Highway, at 12:30 p.m. and asked a teller for a loan application.The man followed the teller to the manager's office, where he brandished a handgun and forced them to open the vault. He filled a bag with money and forced the bank employees into a back room before leaving.Police said he was last seen getting into a silver or gray car.He was described as a black male, 40 to 45 years old, 5 feet 10, with a medium build and wearing a gray suit with a green tie and a dress shirt.
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Mike Preston | May 19, 2014
There will be countless predictions and analysis leading up to the Division I men's lacrosse Final Four this weekend, but the only way Duke won't win a second consecutive championship is if another team can match up with the Blue Devils in faceoffs. The Blue Devils simply have too much firepower to lose. Duke beat Johns Hopkins, 19-11, in a quarterfinal game Sunday, and the two Blue Devils goalies contributed just four total saves. That's amazing, especially in the postseason.
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BUSINESS
By Ross Hetrick and Ross Hetrick,Evening Sun Staff | March 27, 1991
In an effort to improve its sagging capital condition, Second National Federal Savings Bank announced, it has reached an agreement with a major investor to stop making cash payments on $30 million in subordinated debentures and preferred stock.The agreement with Public Service Resources Corp., a Newark, N.J., gas and electric company, calls for the utility to accept more preferred stock instead of payments until the Maryland thrift reaches capital levels mandated by the federal government.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 27, 2013
To hear John Danowski explain it, he had no idea what he was getting in Brendan Fowler. In fact, the Duke coach had not met Fowler until August of his freshman year. That is because Fowler had not contacted the Blue Devils coaching staff during the recruiting process. The faceoff specialist had simply applied and been accepted to the university on his own, and Danowski confirmed Fowler's matriculation only when he had contacted the coach of Chaminade (N.Y.) High School - Fowler's alma mater - in May of the athlete's senior year.
BUSINESS
By Peter H. Frank | January 19, 1991
Second National Federal Savings Bank, the second-largest thrift in Maryland, said yesterday it had fallen below two of three capital levels required by federal regulators while significantly boosting the amount set aside to cover further losses in its loan portfolio.The thrift, with $1.75 billion in assets, said it would add $7 million to its general loan loss reserves for the fourth quarter as its non-performing loans jumped by 60 percent, to about $150 million, during the three-month period.
BUSINESS
By Timothy J. Mullaney | January 14, 1992
Second National Federal Savings Bank will try to sell or restructure $50 million of problem real estate assets this year in a bid to nurse itself back to health and meet federal capital requirements set for 1994, the Annapolis-based thrift said yesterday.But analysts said they didn't know what to make of the announcement. Because so little is known about Second National's portfolio, they couldn't tell whether the plan will work, they said."I hope they can" sell the properties, said David S. Penn, an analyst for Legg Mason Inc. in Baltimore.
BUSINESS
By Peter H. Frank | November 2, 1991
Second National Bancorporation, just days after the completion of a federal exam, said yesterday that it lost $21 million in the third quarter after making a large addition to its reserves for souring loans.The quarterly loss for the parent of Second National Federal Savings Bank pushed a third key financial ratio slightly below levels required by regulators.In response, Second National said that it expected to revise this month a plan it signed with regulators in March to restore the health of troubled thrift.
NEWS
By David Conn and David Conn,SOURCE: Resolution Trust Corp.Staff Writer Staff Writer Marina Sarris contributed to this article | December 5, 1992
Federal banking regulators seized Second National Federa Savings Bank yesterday as the Eastern Shore's largest thrift succumbed to high levels of failed real estate loans brought on by imprudent and risky lending.Citing Second National's depleted financial condition, the federal Office of Thrift Supervision (OTS) placed the 20-year-old company in receivership.All $1.16 billion in deposits, even those exceeding $100,000 per account, will be guaranteed by federal insurance, according to the Resolution Trust Corp.
BUSINESS
By David Conn | May 11, 1991
Second National Federal Savings Bank, an Annapolis and Salisbury thrift that has been working to satisfy federal regulators' demands for more capital, announced yesterday that it had reached an agreement with two major debt holders that will boost capital and lower interest payments.Second National said that the holders of $27 million of debt had agreed to various concessions that will add more than $9.5 million to the bank's capital and help it begin to reach the federally required capital level of 3 percent of assets.
BUSINESS
By David Conn and David Conn,Staff Writer | December 8, 1992
Henry A. Berliner Jr. used to talk about integrity in banking. He spoke of bankers assuming responsibility for the problems they caused. And he talked about prudence, including staying close to your market, and sticking with the products you know.The former president and chief executive officer of Second National Federal Savings Bank, one of three East Coast thrifts federal regulators seized Friday for operating in an unsafe condition, still stands by his integrity. And he acknowledges a share of, though not a monopoly in, the responsibility for his thrift's downfall.
SPORTS
By Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | November 16, 2012
The Orioles are looking to further bolster their amateur scouting department by adding a second national crosschecker, and they are focusing on a candidate that has strong ties to the organization and executive vice president Dan Duquette. The Orioles have asked for and been granted permission to interview Matt Haas, the Eastern U.S. crosschecker for the Miami Marlins. Teams typically permit their staff to interview with other clubs only if it signifies a promotion, which this would.
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By Katherine Dunn | November 20, 2011
  Steve Medinger, the director of the Northern Maryland Fellowship of Christian Athletes, took a sign to the National HomeSchool Football Tournament that read, “Don't Mess with Texas,” but he crossed out Texas and wrote in “Maryland.” Maryland Christian coach Tony DiPaola pleaded with Medinger to keep that sign hidden when the Saints took on the Blue Angels from Dallas for the national home school championship Saturday in Panama City,...
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By Sandra McKee, The Baltimore Sun | October 19, 2011
Alyssa Parker comes running across the field with joy in every stride. When she gets to the sideline, the Glenelg senior catches her breath and before anyone can say anything, she asks, "Do you know that bees are born full grown?" She loves trivia like that - and the laughs she draws from imparting such nuggets. Parker, one of the most talented players to ever play field hockey in Maryland, isn't shy off the field. And one would think she wouldn't be shy on the field either, given that she's about to become only the second player in National Federation history to score 100 goals and 100 assists in a high school career.
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By From Sun staff reports | April 24, 2011
The UMES women overcame Lindenwood, 2-1, to win the United States Bowling Congress Intercollegiate Team Championships on Saturday night in Columbus, Ga., and with it their second national title this season. The previous weekend, the Hawks defeated Vanderbilt to claim their second NCAA title. The first came in 2008, when they finished third in the ITC event. UMES is the first team to win both events in the same year. The Hawks' Maria Rodriguez barely converted the 3-6-9 spare in the final frame to beat Lindenwood, 164-158, in the deciding game Saturday.
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By Larry Carson, The Baltimore Sun | August 31, 2010
For the second time this summer, Ellicott City has been selected by a national publication as one of the nation's top communities. The Howard County suburb was named this time as one of the top 10 places to raise a family by Kiplinger.com. Along with Columbia, Ellicott City in July was ranked second in the nation as a place to live by Money Magazine, a rating County Executive Ken Ulman jokes that he tells people at least a dozen times every day as he runs for re-election. County Councilwoman Courtney Watson, a fellow Democrat also seeking re-election, was happy about the latest news.
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By Childs Walker and Childs Walker,childs.walker@baltsun.com | November 12, 2008
Two years ago, Marissa Coleman and Kristi Toliver couldn't help but think big - really big. In their first season as members of the Maryland women's basketball team, the versatile forward and the fearless point guard had helped the Terps to a national title. Virtually all the talent from that team would return for two more runs. Three or four national crowns seemed within reach, and these confident young players didn't mind saying so. Things didn't turn out that way. Maryland won a heap of games but rarely defeated its toughest opponents.
BUSINESS
By Peter H. Frank | March 27, 1991
Financially troubled Second National Federal Savings Bank, following a newly approved regulatory plan to boost capital, announced a plan yesterday to stop making cash payments to its sole preferred stockholder.Second National, one of the state's largest thrifts with $1.75 billion in assets, said that the Public Service Resources Corp. of New Jersey, a utility, had agreed to accept additional preferred stock in lieu of cash dividends and subordinated debt payments. The suspension of the $450,000 in quarterly debt payments is contingent upon similar terms being reached with other subordinated debt holders, with whom Second National is negotiating.
BUSINESS
By Timothy J. Mullaney | October 22, 1990
The photograph in the annual report symbolized a new day for a once-sleepy thrift: Celebrating its push into commercial real estate lending, Second National Federal Savings Bank wanted people to notice that its $10 million loan helped build Annapolis The photograph in the annual report symbolized a new day for a once-sleepy thrift: Celebrating its push into commercial real estate lending, Second National Federal Savings Bank wanted people to notice that...
FEATURES
November 19, 2001
Alan Dugan might not be an early bloomer, but once he started, he took over the garden. Dugan, 78, won the National Book Award for the second time last week (for Poems Seven: New and Complete Poetry, Seven Stories Press) adding it to a slew of other awards. He was born on Feb. 12, 1923, to a blue-collar family in New York. After a stint in the U.S. Army, he bummed around the country, went to Mexico, embarked on a series of white-collar jobs and began sending out his verse - with little success.
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By Gary Davidson and Gary Davidson,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | July 27, 1998
PHOENIX -- Two Baltimore-area boys teams finished second at the U.S. Youth Soccer National Championships at the Rose Mofford Sport Complex.Missing standout central defender Michael Green, the Columbia Darby conceded two early goals and was routed, 5-1, by the Colorado Rush Warriors of Littleton in the under-20 title match yesterday morning.The Baltimore F.C. Bullets had the misfortune of drawing the home team in their U-19 final late Saturday night. Spurred on by a loudly supportive, standing-room-only crowd of several hundred more than the 3,700 seating capacity, Phoenix's Cisco Flames used a pair of second-half goals to overcome the Bullets, 2-1, for the 61st McGuire Cup.That left the S.C. Baltimore Stars with the last chance to bring gold back to Baltimore.
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