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By Michael Dresser, The Baltimore Sun | September 18, 2013
Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler has hired a veteran broadcast journalist to be his top media relations aide as he prepares to launch his campaign for the Democratic nomination for governor next week. Gansler announced Wednesday that Bob Wheelock, a longtime ABC producer who most recently worked for the Qatari-owned cable network Al Jazeera America, will join his campaign as communications director. Wheelock, 57, most recently served as the public face of Al Jazeera's effort to launch a highly credible, professional news organization in the United States.
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By Michael Dresser, The Baltimore Sun | September 18, 2013
Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler has hired a veteran broadcast journalist to be his top media relations aide as he prepares to launch his campaign for the Democratic nomination for governor next week. Gansler announced Wednesday that Bob Wheelock, a longtime ABC producer who most recently worked for the Qatari-owned cable network Al Jazeera America, will join his campaign as communications director. Wheelock, 57, most recently served as the public face of Al Jazeera's effort to launch a highly credible, professional news organization in the United States.
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SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | December 20, 2002
In a close game at the end, Severna Park had something in the final minutes that eluded the quick, athletic Meade Mustangs: experience. Clamping down on defense, beating the press and making free throws, the No. 9 Falcons scored the last five points last night in a game where every point counted to gain a 51-48 victory over host and No. 14 Meade in the county opener for both teams. Forward Julia Waters fought off a good interior defense from the Mustangs to finish with 17 points and 10 rebounds.
NEWS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN REPORTER | March 14, 2008
Once is not enough for Atholton's girls basketball team. The five senior starters want to add a second state title to the one they earned in Class 2A last season, and they will get their chance tomorrow. Now in Class 3A, they all contributed to an effort that upset No. 5 Western, 60-56, last night in overtime in the state semifinals at UMBC's RAC Arena. Julianne Conroy, Brittany Coughlan and Taylor Chapman all scored in the final two minutes as the No. 11 Raiders (22-5) rallied from three points down with two minutes to go. Lorri Toler also grabbed a key rebound.
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By Ellie Baublitz and Ellie Baublitz,Sun reporter | September 30, 2007
The Carroll County 4-H program has started an environmentally friendly fundraiser that offers citizens another option for recycling some of their wastepaper. With help from the county government, which is again pushing the recycling concept through single-stream recycling, 4-H has placed 12 marked bins around the county to collect several types of paper. Leeann Boyce, a 4-H educator, said she saw one of the bins in Silver Run and called about it. The project started with one bin, which is green and bright yellow with a "Local Fundraiser" sign on it, at the Carroll County Agriculture Center in March.
NEWS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN REPORTER | March 14, 2008
Once is not enough for Atholton's girls basketball team. The five senior starters want to add a second state title to the one they earned in Class 2A last season, and they will get their chance tomorrow. Now in Class 3A, they all contributed to an effort that upset No. 5 Western, 60-56, last night in overtime in the state semifinals at UMBC's RAC Arena. Julianne Conroy, Brittany Coughlan and Taylor Chapman all scored in the final two minutes as the No. 11 Raiders (22-5) rallied from three points down with two minutes to go. Lorri Toler also grabbed a key rebound.
FEATURES
By David Zurawik and David Zurawik,Television Critic | March 23, 1993
NBC set out yesterday to close the book on its "Dateline NBC" debacle with a blizzard of high-minded statements, three firings, a demotion and the creation of a task force to avoid similar mistakes.But sources at NBC News wondered whether top network management understood how deep the news division's problems ran and how they led to the rigged test-crash of a General Motors Corp. pickup during a November broadcast."Understand us clearly," NBC President and CEO Bob Wright said in a statement.
FEATURES
By Newsday | July 9, 1994
Emily Rooney has left the Siberian isolation where ABC News closeted her after she lost her job as executive producer of "World News Tonight with Peter Jennings." She has signed with Fox Broadcasting to be senior producer of "On Assignment," of whichformer CBS News Producer David Corvo is executive producer. "On Assignment" this fall replaces Fox's ill-fated "Front Page." There have been suggestions by Fox that "On Assignment" will follow its Sunday NFL telecasts and air opposite CBS' "60 Minutes," where Ms. Rooney's father, Andy Rooney, has long toiled.
BUSINESS
August 20, 2002
New positions P.W. Feats hires Stefan as a senior producer P.W. Feats has hired Matthew Stefan as a senior producer at the Baltimore-based events marketing and production firm. He is responsible for the daily management of live events, media productions, budgeting and client relations. The Elkridge resident was formerly with PGI Inc. and is a graduate of Ohio State University. Banking and finance Mercantile names Kakaris executive vice president Mercantile-Safe Deposit & Trust Co. has appointed Deborah A. Kakaris executive vice president of the operations and technology services division, which is responsible for bank, investment and wealth management operations and enterprise technology services.
FEATURES
May 8, 1991
He may have sworn off goofy hats, but he never said anything about singing in public.Gov. William Donald Schaefer and a group of workers at the new baseball stadium at Camden Yards will be taped tomorrow singing "Oh, What a Beautiful Morning," for airing during the "CBS This Morning" show on May 15.Tapes of individuals and groups singing the song, which has become the theme of the show featuring Paula Zahn and Harry Smith, are used after a commercial break...
NEWS
By Ellie Baublitz and Ellie Baublitz,Sun reporter | September 30, 2007
The Carroll County 4-H program has started an environmentally friendly fundraiser that offers citizens another option for recycling some of their wastepaper. With help from the county government, which is again pushing the recycling concept through single-stream recycling, 4-H has placed 12 marked bins around the county to collect several types of paper. Leeann Boyce, a 4-H educator, said she saw one of the bins in Silver Run and called about it. The project started with one bin, which is green and bright yellow with a "Local Fundraiser" sign on it, at the Carroll County Agriculture Center in March.
SPORTS
By Glenn P. Graham and Glenn P. Graham,SUN STAFF | December 20, 2002
In a close game at the end, Severna Park had something in the final minutes that eluded the quick, athletic Meade Mustangs: experience. Clamping down on defense, beating the press and making free throws, the No. 9 Falcons scored the last five points last night in a game where every point counted to gain a 51-48 victory over host and No. 14 Meade in the county opener for both teams. Forward Julia Waters fought off a good interior defense from the Mustangs to finish with 17 points and 10 rebounds.
FEATURES
By David Zurawik | March 8, 1996
WBAL-TV has hired Katherine Green, a news producer from Florida, to succeed David Roberts as news director, station management announced yesterday.Ms. Green has been an executive producer at WFLA-TV, the NBC affiliate in Tampa-St. Petersburg, since 1993. She joins WBAL on March 25."I felt here's a station that's got some great things to offer and some real momentum," Ms Green, 35, said in a telephone interview."We are pleased to have Katherine joining our staff," said Phil Stolz, vice president and general manager of WBAL.
NEWS
August 15, 1994
* Richard Abrams, 56, who led the test flight division of Lockheed's top-secret "Skunk Works" as it developed the YF-22 fighter plane, died Thursday of undisclosed causes in a District of Columbia hospital. He joined Lockheed's Advanced Development Co., otherwise known as the "Skunk Works," as a senior engineer in 1980. He was honored in April by the American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronomy for his work on the YF-22A Advanced Tactical Fighter and the F-117 Stealth Fighter. He also wrote "Corsair at War."
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