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By BLOOMBERG NEWS | July 3, 2005
WASHINGTON - Mortgage applications fell for a second week, reflecting fewer home purchases and less refinancing, a survey of lenders showed. The Mortgage Bankers Association's index of mortgage applications declined 1.1 percent to 778.4 in the week that ended June 24. The index still is up 35 percent from the same week a year earlier. The index of applications for loans to buy homes declined 0.4 percent to 477.4, the trade association said. In the week ended June 10, the measure was at a record 529.3.
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By Katherine Dunn | October 8, 2013
For the second week in a row, little changed in the Maryland High School Football Media State Poll as all the Baltimore-area teams stayed within one spot of the previous week's rankings. Only one team lost in Week Five - No. 16 Bishop McNamara, which dropped out of the poll. Gilman remained No. 2 behind DeMatha, with Quince Orchard at No. 3 and Eastern Christian at No. 4. McDonogh, with the state's best record at 7-0, jumped into the top five, flipping spots with Old Mill, which dropped to No. 6 - the only change in the top 10 River Hill remained No. 9 and Meade stayed at No. 10 while Arundel and Dunbar each moved up a spot to No. 16 and No. 17 respectively.
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June 5, 2006
Good morning --Venus Williams --For the second week at the French Open, you're the star of An American in Paris.
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By Edward Lee, The Baltimore Sun | September 1, 2013
The tension between Scott Dixon and Will Power that flared last week in California continued in Baltimore. Two of the IndyCar Series' top drivers collided in the 53rd lap of Sunday's Grand Prix of Baltimore, and the cause of the crash was not in dispute. After a restart and heading into Turn 1, Power tried to pass Sebastien Bourdais' No. 7 car. Dixon, who was trailing Power, attempted to do the same thing, and Power cut off Dixon, sending the No. 9 car into the wall and damaging the right side of the vehicle.
NEWS
September 15, 1992
For the first time in Maryland, the firearms season for dee hunting will be two weeks instead of one, state wildlife officials said yesterday."This will increase recreational hunting activity, giving people a second week and a third Saturday to hunt," said Thomas P. Mathews, regional wildlife biologist.L The new two-week firearms season is Nov. 28 through Dec. 12.
FEATURES
By Jeffrey Jolson-Colburn and Jeffrey Jolson-Colburn,THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER | October 8, 1995
It was a week of superstar debuts at the nation's record retailers, though some of the stars have apparently lost a lot of shine in recent years. Prince and AC/DC managed to bow their latest albums in the top 10, but David Bowie and the Grateful Dead had to make do with the top 30 and Diana Ross opened at No. 114.Speaking volumes about the state of music today, the old warhorses struggled to the gate while such perky newcomers as Alanis Morissette, Coolio...
NEWS
October 29, 1990
This week's Lotto jackpot will be worth $6 million, since, for the second week in a row, no player matched all six winning numbers in Saturday night's drawing, a lottery spokesman said.Eighty-six players won $1,009 each for picking five of six winning numbers, said Carroll H. Hynson Jr., the spokesman, and 4,176 won $35 each for matching four of the six numbers.The winning numbers in Saturday's drawing were 3, 5, 19, 29, 33 and 46.
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Aegis report | April 15, 2013
The Northeastern Maryland Kennel Club, Inc. offers a $3,000 scholarship for the first place applicant toward the field of animal sciences. Qualified scholarship applications are taken through June 1 and reviewed by the Scholarship Committee. The winner will be announced by Aug. 1. The scholarship is generally awarded by the second week of August. If interested in receiving a scholarship application and a copy of the guidelines, please contact Norma Skillman, scholarship chair, at 410-273-7996.
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By C.J. Holley and C.J. Holley,SPECIAL TO BALTIMORESUN.COM | June 14, 2004
Today marked the beginning of the Ravens' last minicamp of the off-season. Even though this week is considered to be optional, some consider it a must-attend for their own benefit. For first-year Raven Kordell Stewart this week means more than just conditioning. "These are reps that are, to me, more important than the regular season," Stewart said. "These are the times you find out about yourself and get the kinks out. This is the time to get ahead of the game." Fifth-year wide receiver Travis Taylor said that the second week improves more than just a player's skills.
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By Jamison Hensley and Jamison Hensley,SUN STAFF | March 20, 2001
So, Ravens fans, are you ready for some "Monday Night Football"? The Ravens appear set to make their Monday night debut in the second week of the season, an NFL representative "unofficially" informed team officials yesterday. The Super Bowl champions are expected to play host to the Minnesota Vikings on Sept. 17 at PSINet Stadium. "I'm happy and we deserve it," Ravens owner Art Modell said. "We want to continue to be on Monday night and we will be." NFL officials would neither confirm nor deny the report.
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The Baltimore Sun | April 16, 2013
Alex Love scored the game-winning goal with 2:13 left to play as visiting Hobart stunned fifth-ranked Syracuse, 13-12, in men's lacrosse Tuesday at the Carrier Dome. The Statesmen (6-6) got the final four goals, including a pair from Derek Akner , in a span of 5:04. Hobart was led by six goals from Love, who added an assist, in beating their in-state rival for the first time since 2006 and the second time since 1986. Dylan Donohue had three goals and Derek Maltz and JoJo Marasco scored two apiece for the Orange (9-3)
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Aegis report | April 15, 2013
The Northeastern Maryland Kennel Club, Inc. offers a $3,000 scholarship for the first place applicant toward the field of animal sciences. Qualified scholarship applications are taken through June 1 and reviewed by the Scholarship Committee. The winner will be announced by Aug. 1. The scholarship is generally awarded by the second week of August. If interested in receiving a scholarship application and a copy of the guidelines, please contact Norma Skillman, scholarship chair, at 410-273-7996.
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July 3, 2012
North St. John's The North St. John's Blue Marlins defeated Dulaney, 302-186, in the second meet of the Central Maryland Swim League season. North St. John's had 25 Straehle qualifiers and 173 improvement ribbons were given. Anika Ekanyake, Samantha Ekanyake and Deanna Parsons placed first in all three of their events. Parsons broke another pool record with her 50 breaststroke time of 37.78. Other first-place finishers included Emily Bullock, Alyssa Corb, Brendan Demek, Alex Holland, Matthew Kohler, Aaron Luther, Cassie Meyers, Brendan Rice, Tharen Rice, Jeffrey Roman, Maggie Roman, Benjamin Skopic, Kayla Snyder, Katherine Stagg, Anne Warren, Dylan Wilson, Kevin Zgorski and Kyle Zgorski.
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David Zurawik and The Baltimore Sun | May 14, 2012
For the second week in a row, Baltimore got some prime-time, Sunday-night love on high-end cable TV. Two weeks ago, Lutherville got a mention on "Mad Men. " Granted, it was a throwaway line, but a mention is a mention in self-conscious Baltimore -- and its north county cousins. This Sunday, Baltimore Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco and running back Ray Rice got the shoutout on HBO's "VEEP," which is made in Maryland. The mention came when Vice President Selina Meyer (Julia Louis-Dreyfus)
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By STAFF REPORT | June 10, 2011
The second annual Harford County Restaurant Week, sponsored by the Harford County Office of Economic Development's Office of Tourism, is June 9 to 15. Participating restaurants throughout Harford County are offering prix fixe (price fixed) menus consisting of three-course meals for $20.11 (or less), plus tax, beverage and gratuity. Limited service restaurants or restaurants with a lower price point are offering other special values, according to the county. In addition, anyone wishing to be eligible to win $1,000 worth of dining should have dinner at a participating restaurant during Restaurant Week and fill out a dining card entry form.
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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun Reporter | October 2, 2006
For the second time in as many weeks, wide receiver Mark Clayton made significant plays on the Ravens' final drive, helping the team complete another comeback victory. And for the second consecutive time, Clayton shrugged off accolades, this time for his role in the Ravens' 16-13 win against the San Diego Chargers. The first-round pick in the 2005 draft didn't score or lead the team in receiving yards, but Clayton turned in two receptions for 30 yards on the Ravens' final series - a drive that ended with quarterback Steve McNair's 10-yard touchdown pass to tight end Todd Heap.
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By DON VITEK | October 2, 1994
The Young American Bowling Alliance leagues are finishing their first month of competition on the tenpin lanes at centers across the nation.The Saturday morning youth bowlers at Brunswick Normandy have been quick to put up some imposing numbers.In Division I for the first three weeks, the Bowlers of the Week for most pins over average are Chris Handel, Mike Hay and Lauren Everhart.In Division II, Bowlers of the Week are Jake France, Jason Kessler and Paul Norko.Handel, 7, is one of the veterans.
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June 5, 2006
Good morning --Venus Williams --For the second week at the French Open, you're the star of An American in Paris.
BUSINESS
By BLOOMBERG NEWS | July 3, 2005
WASHINGTON - Mortgage applications fell for a second week, reflecting fewer home purchases and less refinancing, a survey of lenders showed. The Mortgage Bankers Association's index of mortgage applications declined 1.1 percent to 778.4 in the week that ended June 24. The index still is up 35 percent from the same week a year earlier. The index of applications for loans to buy homes declined 0.4 percent to 477.4, the trade association said. In the week ended June 10, the measure was at a record 529.3.
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