January 15, 2006
Few wrestlers know what to expect during their freshman high school seasons, but that wasn't the case for North Carroll's Jeremy Seipp. The former junior league place-winner knew that, in his league alone, he would have to contend with South Carroll's former junior league state champion Ryan Reiter and junior league runner-up Jake Pennington. But the 103-pounder passed a huge test by emerging with yesterday's title at the 16-team Franklin Invitational, scoring a 38-second pin, a 6-0 semifinal win over Reiter and a 13-9 victory over Pennington (14-3)
May 18, 2005
On May 16, 2005, CALVIN HAROLD, of Reisterstown, devoted husband of Sharon Hamilton (nee Seipp), beloved father of Brad Hamilton and Tech Sgt. Dawn Langston and husband David, step-father of W. Scott Senseney and wife Wendy, son-in-law of Romaine Seipp, brother of Marymagdalen Hamilton, Catherine Didas, Ann Houchin, Amy Myers, Patrick Hamilton, Patricia Casper, Richard Hamilton, Francis Hamilton and Mary Frances Tyrrell, grandfather of Brylea Luff, Shane...
September 23, 2003
On September 22, 2003 CATHERINE K.; loving aunt of F. Michael Muhl, Michael R. Muhl, Christine Keener, Julia Muhl and Patricia Collins. Friends may call at the family owned Buzdzinski Funeral Home P.A., 1407 Old Eastern Ave, Essex at Rte 702 (beltway exit 36) on Tuesday from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Graveside Services and Interment in Lorraine Park Cemetery on Wednesday at 10 A.M.
August 4, 2003
Last month, when the Mount Royal Democratic Club endorsed political novice Michael Seipp's bid to unseat veteran City Councilman Keiffer J. Mitchell Jr. in the Sept. 9 primary, it caught at least one person off guard. "I was kind of taken aback by their process and how it happened," said Mitchell, first elected in 1995. "But," he added in an interview last week, "that's just something you deal with and move on." While the club's vote reflected the views of only a few dozen of Mitchell's Bolton Hill neighbors, it reinforced a sense that the race in the new 11th District could be close.
July 31, 2003
Maryland's highest court ruled yesterday that a City Council candidate must be returned to the ballot for the Sept. 9 Democratic primary, two weeks after his candidacy was disqualified on a technicality. The Court of Appeals ruling reverses last week's Baltimore Circuit Court decision upholding the removal of Michael Seipp from this year's election. The appeals court did not explain its reasons but said an opinion will be issued later. Seipp is challenging incumbent Keiffer J. Mitchell Jr. for the 11th District council seat, which encompasses downtown and the Inner Harbor.
July 24, 2003
An item in the City-County Digest in some editions of The Sun yesterday said a representative of the city's Board of Elections called former City Council candidate Michael Seipp to remind him of the approaching deadline for filing financial disclosure forms. Seipp, however, failed to file those forms on time and was disqualified from running in the Sept. 9 Democratic primary. Seipp said yesterday that the board left a voice message to remind him of the deadline but that he did not retrieve the message until after the deadline had passed.