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By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Staff Correspondent | January 1, 1992
MIAMI -- Nebraska fullback Omar Soto was looking forward to tonight's Federal Express Orange Bowl game against Miami. It was going to be a part reunion, part redemption.But now it won't happen.Soto, a fifth-year senior from Miami, was ruled ineligible yesterday by Nebraska and the 9-1-1 Cornhuskers likely will have to forfeit two league victories as well as their share of the Big Eight championship.Soto admitted yesterday that he played briefly at Mount San Antonio Junior College during the 1986 season before playing two seasons at Arizona Western and the last two at Nebraska.
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By Samantha Iacia, The Baltimore Sun | October 24, 2013
Date: Aug. 10 Her story: Kimberly "Kimi" Reis, 29, grew up in Pigtown. She has worked in the dental field for 11 years and is a practice administrator at Elliott Family Dentistry in Linthicum. Her mother, Pam Reis, and grandparents, Bill and Shirley Reis, live in Pigtown. His story: Mario Soto, 28, grew up in South Baltimore. He is a longshoreman in Local 333 at the port of Baltimore. His father, Jimmy Soto, is also a longshoreman at the port. His mother, Kim Littman, is a dental hygienist.
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By Milton Kent | November 15, 1990
The first day of the early signing period for basketball recruits was a welcome event at Maryland, where the men's program picked up a promising New Jersey forward.Geno Soto, 6 feet 7, from Teaneck, N.J., yesterday signed a national letter of intent to play at Maryland next fall. He is said to be able to play at either power forward or small forward.Soto, who has played for the Puerto Rican junior national team, is a Street and Smith's honorable mention player. He averaged almost 25 points a game at Teaneck High last season, and pulled down 13 rebounds, three assists and three blocked shots per contest and was a first team all-county selection in Bergen County, where there are 55 high schools.
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February 1, 2009
On January 29, 2009, BETTY LEE SOTO. On Monday, friends may call VAUGHN C. GREENE FUNERAL SERVICES (EAST), 4905 York Road where the family will receive friends from 4:30 to 8 P.M. On Tuesday, services will be held at Brown Memorial Baptist Church, 3215 W. Belvedere Avenue, where the family will receive friends from 10:30 to 11 A.M with services to follow. Inquiries to 410-433-7500.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Karen Nitkin and Karen Nitkin,Special to The Sun | November 15, 2007
Not everybody likes to admit it, but looks really do matter. One case in point is Soto's Grill, a new Greek, Italian and American food restaurant in Ellicott City. Judged solely by the food, Soto's, which opened in May, could easily be a no-frills order-at-the-counter Greek restaurant that also serves hamburgers, salads and pizzas. But this sparkling spot, tucked into a new housing and retail development in Ellicott City, charms diners with its carefully thought-out interior and above-average service.
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By Tom Keyser and Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF | October 12, 2003
Toccet and Soto, Maryland's best 3-year-olds, missed the Triple Crown series with injuries. They returned this summer with their connections' hopes for fall campaigns in the country's biggest races. Now, Soto has been sidelined again, and Toccet, well, who knows about Toccet? Soto emerged from his hard-fought second to Ten Most Wanted in the Super Derby three weeks ago at Louisiana Downs with a torn ligament in his left foreleg. He will miss 60 to 90 days of training, his connections say. Said Michael Dickinson, who trains Soto at his Tapeta Farm in Cecil County: "I still believe Soto is a genuine Grade I, top-class horse, and he will prove it next year."
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By Knight-Ridder | February 14, 1992
APTOS, Calif. -- In a bizarre twist to the rape and slaying of a 14-year-old girl, sheriff's investigators have arrested two of her schoolmates for allegedly plotting to kill a youth they blamed for the killing.The body of Mariana Zavala, an Aptos High School freshman, was found Sunday on the campus of Freedom School. She had been bludgeoned to death, apparently from being slammed against the ground or a building, Santa Cruz County sheriff's investigators said.Deputies arrested Matias Espinoza Soto, 21, a resident of the nearby Green Valley Apartments, and charged him with murder.
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By John Rivera and John Rivera,SUN STAFF | April 29, 1997
A Silver Spring woman who allegedly did dental work in her basement -- and was accused of performing unnecessary extractions and in one case telling a patient to reattach a tooth with Krazy Glue -- has been charged with practicing dentistry without a license.The Maryland attorney general's office said Maria Eugenia Soto, 43, was arrested yesterday after one of her patients complained to the Maryland Board of Dental Examiners and to a private attorney of post-operative complications. According to charging documents, the patient developed problems after Soto removed one of his teeth.
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By Los Angeles Times | January 2, 1992
MIAMI -- Nebraska fullback Omar Soto, who was ruled ineligible for last night's Federal Express Orange Bowl because he violated NCAA rules in 1986, defended himself yesterday.Soto was deleted from the roster when it was discovered that he had participated in a preseason scrimmage at Mount San Antonio College in 1986 before leaving the school. Combined with two years at Arizona Western Junior College and three years at Nebraska, Soto exceeded the number of seasons allowed by the NCAA."I was told there would be no problem, so I never brought it up because I thought I was in the clear."
NEWS
By Bruce Reid and Bruce Reid,Evening Sun Staff | December 13, 1991
A Harford County Circuit Court jury has found bar owner Giovanni Rivieri guilty of three lesser criminal charges and not of solicitation to commit murder as had been sought by a prosecutor.The jury of seven women and five men deliberated for about three hours yesterday before returning its verdict.Jurors found Rivieri, 60, owner of the Bush Valley Inn in Abingdon, guilty of solicitation to maim a truck driver who was identified as the current lover of the defendant's ex-girlfriend.He also was found guilty of solicitation to commit assault and battery against the trucker, Ronald Soto, 53, of Levittown, Pa., and solicitation to commit assault and battery against his ex-girlfriend, a waitress.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Karen Nitkin and Karen Nitkin,Special to The Sun | November 15, 2007
Not everybody likes to admit it, but looks really do matter. One case in point is Soto's Grill, a new Greek, Italian and American food restaurant in Ellicott City. Judged solely by the food, Soto's, which opened in May, could easily be a no-frills order-at-the-counter Greek restaurant that also serves hamburgers, salads and pizzas. But this sparkling spot, tucked into a new housing and retail development in Ellicott City, charms diners with its carefully thought-out interior and above-average service.
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By Tom Keyser and Tom Keyser,SUN STAFF | October 12, 2003
Toccet and Soto, Maryland's best 3-year-olds, missed the Triple Crown series with injuries. They returned this summer with their connections' hopes for fall campaigns in the country's biggest races. Now, Soto has been sidelined again, and Toccet, well, who knows about Toccet? Soto emerged from his hard-fought second to Ten Most Wanted in the Super Derby three weeks ago at Louisiana Downs with a torn ligament in his left foreleg. He will miss 60 to 90 days of training, his connections say. Said Michael Dickinson, who trains Soto at his Tapeta Farm in Cecil County: "I still believe Soto is a genuine Grade I, top-class horse, and he will prove it next year."
NEWS
By Jacques Kelly and Jacques Kelly,SUN STAFF | June 22, 2002
Dr. Clinton DeSoto, a retired Johns Hopkins psychology professor who recovered from alcoholism and studied its effects, died Tuesday of a brain tumor at the Gilchrist Center for Hospice Care. He was 71 and lived in Towson. A pioneer researcher in the field of social cognition and author of more than 50 professional articles, he taught social psychology at Hopkins' Homewood campus from 1956 until he retired in 1993. "He had a lot of native curiosity," said Dr. John Bosley, a former student and friend who lives in Kensington.
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By John Rivera and John Rivera,SUN STAFF | April 29, 1997
A Silver Spring woman who allegedly did dental work in her basement -- and was accused of performing unnecessary extractions and in one case telling a patient to reattach a tooth with Krazy Glue -- has been charged with practicing dentistry without a license.The Maryland attorney general's office said Maria Eugenia Soto, 43, was arrested yesterday after one of her patients complained to the Maryland Board of Dental Examiners and to a private attorney of post-operative complications. According to charging documents, the patient developed problems after Soto removed one of his teeth.
NEWS
By Knight-Ridder | February 14, 1992
APTOS, Calif. -- In a bizarre twist to the rape and slaying of a 14-year-old girl, sheriff's investigators have arrested two of her schoolmates for allegedly plotting to kill a youth they blamed for the killing.The body of Mariana Zavala, an Aptos High School freshman, was found Sunday on the campus of Freedom School. She had been bludgeoned to death, apparently from being slammed against the ground or a building, Santa Cruz County sheriff's investigators said.Deputies arrested Matias Espinoza Soto, 21, a resident of the nearby Green Valley Apartments, and charged him with murder.
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By Los Angeles Times | January 2, 1992
MIAMI -- Nebraska fullback Omar Soto, who was ruled ineligible for last night's Federal Express Orange Bowl because he violated NCAA rules in 1986, defended himself yesterday.Soto was deleted from the roster when it was discovered that he had participated in a preseason scrimmage at Mount San Antonio College in 1986 before leaving the school. Combined with two years at Arizona Western Junior College and three years at Nebraska, Soto exceeded the number of seasons allowed by the NCAA."I was told there would be no problem, so I never brought it up because I thought I was in the clear."
NEWS
February 1, 2009
On January 29, 2009, BETTY LEE SOTO. On Monday, friends may call VAUGHN C. GREENE FUNERAL SERVICES (EAST), 4905 York Road where the family will receive friends from 4:30 to 8 P.M. On Tuesday, services will be held at Brown Memorial Baptist Church, 3215 W. Belvedere Avenue, where the family will receive friends from 10:30 to 11 A.M with services to follow. Inquiries to 410-433-7500.
FEATURES
By Samantha Iacia, The Baltimore Sun | October 24, 2013
Date: Aug. 10 Her story: Kimberly "Kimi" Reis, 29, grew up in Pigtown. She has worked in the dental field for 11 years and is a practice administrator at Elliott Family Dentistry in Linthicum. Her mother, Pam Reis, and grandparents, Bill and Shirley Reis, live in Pigtown. His story: Mario Soto, 28, grew up in South Baltimore. He is a longshoreman in Local 333 at the port of Baltimore. His father, Jimmy Soto, is also a longshoreman at the port. His mother, Kim Littman, is a dental hygienist.
SPORTS
By Don Markus and Don Markus,Sun Staff Correspondent | January 1, 1992
MIAMI -- Nebraska fullback Omar Soto was looking forward to tonight's Federal Express Orange Bowl game against Miami. It was going to be a part reunion, part redemption.But now it won't happen.Soto, a fifth-year senior from Miami, was ruled ineligible yesterday by Nebraska and the 9-1-1 Cornhuskers likely will have to forfeit two league victories as well as their share of the Big Eight championship.Soto admitted yesterday that he played briefly at Mount San Antonio Junior College during the 1986 season before playing two seasons at Arizona Western and the last two at Nebraska.
NEWS
By Bruce Reid and Bruce Reid,Evening Sun Staff | December 13, 1991
A Harford County Circuit Court jury has found bar owner Giovanni Rivieri guilty of three lesser criminal charges and not of solicitation to commit murder as had been sought by a prosecutor.The jury of seven women and five men deliberated for about three hours yesterday before returning its verdict.Jurors found Rivieri, 60, owner of the Bush Valley Inn in Abingdon, guilty of solicitation to maim a truck driver who was identified as the current lover of the defendant's ex-girlfriend.He also was found guilty of solicitation to commit assault and battery against the trucker, Ronald Soto, 53, of Levittown, Pa., and solicitation to commit assault and battery against his ex-girlfriend, a waitress.
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