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By Marie Marciano Gullard, For The Baltimore Sun | June 13, 2013
The sale of 201 Beaumont Ave., a house on a quiet, tree-lined side street in Catonsville, is a good example in today's housing market that a little work goes a long way toward buyer and seller satisfaction. Marybeth Brohawn, an agent with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, relates the details of the transaction that brought new owners to the bungalow built in 1925. "There were two list cards for the house, the first one priced at $319,000 in April 2011," she said. "While very charming, the kitchen was small, and there was no air conditioning; over and over, people commented on that.
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October 6, 2014
I would like to sit down with Olympic gold medalist Michael Phelps and explain to him the permanency of death ( "Olympian Michael Phelps arrested for drunken driving a second time ," Sept. 30). In 2004, my son had just graduated high school and had his whole life ahead of him - until a drunk driver hit and killed him in November. Maybe Mr. Phelps would like to explain to me, since I have never received any explanation from the 55-year-old woman who struck my son, why he is above the law. What gives him the right to jeopardize everyone else?
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By Edward Lee | December 13, 2011
For the first time in nine games, Sergio Kindle was active, and the feeling of playing Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts stayed with the second-year outside linebacker. “It was a good feeling,” Kindle said after the team's 24-10 victory. “Between the Jets game [on Oct. 2] and now, I've learned so much more about special teams and defense. So I felt like I was a lot more productive today just because I was more aware of what I need to be doing and what needs to be done.” Kindle did not register a tackle on defense or special teams, but just suiting up was a departure for last year's second-round pick, who had missed last season after fracturing his skull in the offseason and had been deactivated for 11 of his first 12 contests in 2011.
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Justin Fenton and Childs Walker and The Baltimore Sun | September 30, 2014
Michael Phelps was arrested early Tuesday in Baltimore, charged for the second time in 10 years with drunken driving. The charge comes five months after the record-setting Olympian's return to competition. Phelps, 29, was stopped for speeding just outside the Fort McHenry Tunnel about 1:40 a.m. Tuesday, Maryland Transportation Authority Police said. He was clocked going 84 mph in a 45-mph zone in his 2014 Land Rover and subsequently failed a standard field sobriety test, police said.
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Baltimore Sun Staff | January 2, 2014
Minnesota Vikings linebacker Erin Henderson was arrested Wednesday on suspicion of drunken driving after crashing his SUV, according to a report by the Minneapolis Star Tribune. It is the second time Henderson has been arrested for suspicion on driving while intoxicated in recent months. The first arrest occurred on Nov. 19 in Minnesota.  Henderson was booked Wednesday on four charges, including second-degree drunken driving for refusing an alcohol test, according to the paper.
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By Otile McManus and Otile McManus,Boston Globe | April 19, 1992
CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. -- Monticello is even better the second time around.Not that the first time wasn't wonderful in its own way. That initial visit took place more than 30 years ago, a gift from my godmother on the occasion of my graduation from grammar school. I was not yet 14, but still, the house on the "little mountain" in the Virginia countryside and Thomas Jefferson, the man whose 40-year project it was, captured my imagination and, even more, my heart.The second time around at Jefferson's Monticello has only reinforced the view that the man still doesn't get nearly enough credit, or the right kind of credit, for his accomplishments at home.
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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Staff Correspondent | June 15, 1991
/TC CHASKA, Minn. -- Greg Norman walked stiffly from the physical-therapy trailer to a waiting car yesterday at Hazeltine National Golf Club and was gone. Another U.S. Open had closed prematurely for him.A hip problem that had begun last week at the Buick Classic and flared up in the early-morning hours yesterday prompted Norman to withdraw after 27 holes of the 91st Open. Norman was 5-over par at the time, 1-under for the round."It's disappointing," Norman said. "I thought I was a pretty fit guy. I've been doing a lot of stretching, but not a lot of strengthening, and I think that might have led to this problem."
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | May 29, 1998
Scotland E. Williams was convicted yesterday for the second time of murdering two Washington lawyers in their weekend retreat near Annapolis, and prosecutors again will press for the death sentence at a hearing Aug. 10.Williams, 35, of Arnold showed no emotion as the verdict was read in a packed Anne Arundel Circuit courtroom. But the hands of Assistant State's Attorney Anne Colt Leitess shook, the eyes of the victims' relatives welled with tears, and a whispered "yes" came from onlookers.
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October 24, 2005
Kicking Off -- Giants-- For the second time in seven years, the Giants' Amani Toomer caught a late touchdown pass to end a Denver winning streak.
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April 25, 1999
Reds: Sean Casey was 0-for-4, dropping his average to .417. It was the first time in his 15 games this season that Casey did not reach base safely, and only the second time he was held hitless.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | September 28, 2014
With Towson featuring nine new starters on offense and five on defense, many expected this year's team to be a much different group from last season's squad that advanced to the Football Championship Subdivision title game. That difference is especially stark when considering how the 2014 Tigers have struggled to finish off opponents. While last year's team won 11 of 12 games in which it had the lead or the score was tied after three quarters, the current squad has lost two of three games in which it had the advantage or the score was tied heading into the final period.
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By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | September 24, 2014
Wide receiver Deonte Thompson was cut by the Ravens on Wednesday, marking the second time in the past five days he's been released. The Ravens replaced him on the roster by claiming former San Diego Chargers defensive lineman Lawrence Guy off waivers. He was cut by the Chargers on Tuesday. The Ravens need depth on the defensive line with Chris Canty and Timmy Jernigan both dealing with knee injuries. Canty didn't practice Wednesday. Jernigan has a meniscus injury that kept him from playing against the Cleveland Browns and is still hoping to avoid surgery.
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By Childs Walker and The Baltimore Sun | September 16, 2014
The Orioles clinching a division title had been inevitable for weeks. But for fans who'd waited 17 years to reclaim bragging rights in the American League East, witnessing the actual moment at Camden Yards Tuesday night seemed essential. A sweet moment it was, with orange and white confetti raining from the upper deck as the Orioles formed an exultant mob on the field after beating the Toronto Blue Jays, 8-2, to seize their first divisional title since 1997. “This was awesome.
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By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | August 28, 2014
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announced sweeping changes to the NFL personal-conduct policy Thursday, writing in a letter to NFL owners obtained by The Baltimore Sun that discipline for domestic violence incidents will increase significantly. The NFL will suspend first-time offenders for six games. A second violation would result in a lifetime ban, though players could file for reinstatement after one year. "Violations of the Personal Conduct Policy regarding assault, battery, domestic violence and sexual assault that involve physical force will be subject to enhanced discipline," Goodell wrote in the letter.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | May 10, 2014
These teams have met just once before, with Albany routing Loyola Maryland, 19-10, in the first round of the 2007 NCAA tournament. The Greyhounds are 9-0 at home this season and 4-3 at home in the first round of the NCAA tournament. Albany (11-5) went 4-5 through the nonconference portion of its schedule, but righted the ship by buzzing through the America East and claiming the league tournament for the second straight year. The Great Danes are 1-4 against teams that qualified for the NCAA tournament.
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By Kathleen J. Smith | May 1, 2014
Russia annexed Ukraine's southern Crimea region, despite the fact that a significant minority of the Crimean population are not ethnically Russian nor interested in joining the Russian Federation. Approximately 12 percent of the Crimean population - over 250,000 people - are ethnically "Tatar," a largely pro-Ukrainian, Sunni Muslim group. They have an embattled history with Russia. In 1944, Stalin exiled the Tatar population to Central Asia, and over half of the population died in the forced migration.
NEWS
February 24, 2011
August 7, 1989: Cal Ripken Jr. is ejected for the second time in his career after arguing strikes and balls in the first inning.
BUSINESS
September 22, 2007
Texas Instruments Shares added 85 cents to $36.62 after the world's biggest maker of chips for mobile phones increased its share buyback plan by $5 billion and boosted its dividend for the second time this year.
BUSINESS
By Natalie Sherman | March 21, 2014
Developer Patrick Turner got more time to find an investor for his ambitious Westport waterfront project after a creditor filed an involuntary bankruptcy petition Friday against a company that owns part of the property, blocking a scheduled foreclosure auction at the last minute. It is the second time an involuntary bankruptcy suit stopped an auction of Turner's Westport land, which was used to secure a $30 million loan to his development team in 2007 from Citigroup Global Markets Realty Corp.
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