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February 27, 2003
On February 20, 2003 NELLIE S. SPINNER; devoted mother of Harriet Edmondson, George, Jr. and John Barfield. She is also survived by 16 grandchildren, 54 great grandchildren, 36 great-great grandchildren, one brother John Sembly, Jr. and other relatives. Family will receive friends at the Huber Memorial Church, 5701 York Rd. on Thursday 10:30 A.M. followed funeral services at 11 A.M. Interment to follow in Crownsville Veteran's Cemetery.
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By Dan Igo and Dan Igo,Sun Reporter | June 25, 2007
After his run in yesterday's BMX park finals, defending champion Daniel Dhers thought his score wouldn't trump Michael Spinner's 92.67. Fortunately for Dhers, the judges disagreed and he took home the event's championship at the AST Dew Tour's Panasonic Open at the Camden Yards sports complex. Dhers' score of 93.17 overtook Spinner, and Dennis Enarson's 90.17 was good for third place. Despite being the defending Dew Cup champion and coming into the finals ranked first overall, Dhers said he didn't feel any additional pressure.
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By Patrick Gutierrez and Patrick Gutierrez,Sun Reporter | June 24, 2007
The open qualifiers for the BMX Park competition at the Panasonic Open had just concluded, and 19-year-old AST Dew Tour rookie Mike Spinner placed third, easily earning a spot in the next round. But that's not why he was smiling. "Let's go see my poster!" Spinner exclaimed to a friend, referring to an ad that his newest sponsor, who signed him only a week ago, had created in time for this event. Pushing his bike as he walked through the crowd (he left his athlete credential back at his hotel room)
SPORTS
By Patrick Gutierrez and Patrick Gutierrez,Sun Reporter | June 24, 2007
The open qualifiers for the BMX Park competition at the Panasonic Open had just concluded, and 19-year-old AST Dew Tour rookie Mike Spinner placed third, easily earning a spot in the next round. But that's not why he was smiling. "Let's go see my poster!" Spinner exclaimed to a friend, referring to an ad that his newest sponsor, who signed him only a week ago, had created in time for this event. Pushing his bike as he walked through the crowd (he left his athlete credential back at his hotel room)
SPORTS
By Dan Igo and Dan Igo,Sun Reporter | June 25, 2007
After his run in yesterday's BMX park finals, defending champion Daniel Dhers thought his score wouldn't trump Michael Spinner's 92.67. Fortunately for Dhers, the judges disagreed and he took home the event's championship at the AST Dew Tour's Panasonic Open at the Camden Yards sports complex. Dhers' score of 93.17 overtook Spinner, and Dennis Enarson's 90.17 was good for third place. Despite being the defending Dew Cup champion and coming into the finals ranked first overall, Dhers said he didn't feel any additional pressure.
NEWS
By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,SUN STAFF | June 29, 2000
A man being pursued by a state trooper near Churchville yesterday lost control of his car and crashed into a minivan, killing a 66-year-old Harford County resident who had pulled off the road to get out of the way of the pursuit. William O. Thomas of the 3100 block of Ady Road in Street died at the scene, said Maj. Greg Shipley, a state police spokesman. The 28-year-old driver of the other car, whose identity was not released, was in critical condition last night at Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore.
NEWS
By Lane Harvey Brown and Lane Harvey Brown,SUN STAFF | December 20, 2001
HAVRE DE GRACE -- Maryland State Police arrested a Baltimore man early yesterday near Havre de Grace after a large quantity of heroin was found in a hidden compartment inside the van he was driving, a spokesman said. Rudolph Sterling Jr., 28, of the 1600 block of Gwynns Falls Parkway was charged with possession of heroin with the intent to distribute, importing heroin into the state, possession of heroin and traffic violations, said Cpl. Rob Moroney of the JFK Highway Barracks in Perryville.
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By KENT BAKER and KENT BAKER,SUN REPORTER | February 21, 2006
In what was clearly a winnable game, host Morgan State struggled down the stretch last night and absorbed a 56-52 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference defeat against North Carolina A&T. The loss was the third in the past four games for the Bears, who had one field goal in the final 7 1/2 minutes after grabbing a 47-41 lead. Morgan (3-22, 3-11) could have forced overtime during the last 30 seconds, but 6-foot-7, 300-pound Tyree Spinner missed three straight three-point attempts before a free throw by Jason Wills (15 points, seven rebounds)
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By PETER BAKER | October 27, 1992
HILLSBORO -- At the top of the path leading down into Tuckahoe State Park from Horse Shoe Road, November was trying hard to force its way into the last week of October, a stiff northwest breeze blowing cold across a cornfield of stubbles.Beyond a tree line a couple of hundred yards past the road, a great number of geese were making a great racket.But down the path toward Tuckahoe Creek, the woods close in and mute the sounds, block the wind. A doe, startled, bolts into the brush. Squirrels scurry onto tree trunks and peek around the edges until the intruder has passed.
FEATURES
By Steve McKerrow and Steve McKerrow,Staff Writer | March 19, 1992
During an earlier era on television, teens hung out at the malt shop or the burger joint. But today their meeting place is the mall -- and many of them work there.What better place to set an earnest new miniseries aimed at teen viewers?"Summer Stories: The Mall," a three-part edition of the "ABC Afterschool Special," premieres at 4 p.m. today (on Channel 13), with additional segments scheduled for the same time April 2 and 16 . The network calls it the first miniseries designed for this viewing period.
NEWS
By LAURA MCCANDLISH and LAURA MCCANDLISH,SUN REPORTER | May 7, 2006
Lamb meat - in the form of ribs, kebabs, burgers, gyros and sausage. A rainbow of skeins of wool. Wooden spinning wheels, sheepskin rugs and the baaing, fleecy creatures themselves. All things ovine were showcased and for sale yesterday at the 33rd annual Maryland Sheep & Wool Festival, which runs through today. The free weekend festival, billed as the largest of its kind in the country - featuring spinning, weaving, knitting, abundant food and cook-off contests, folk music, and plenty of wool for sale - always takes place the first weekend of May. In past years, about 50,000 visitors have flocked to the two-day event, sponsored by the Maryland Sheep Breeders Association, at the Howard County Fairgrounds.
SPORTS
By KENT BAKER and KENT BAKER,SUN REPORTER | February 21, 2006
In what was clearly a winnable game, host Morgan State struggled down the stretch last night and absorbed a 56-52 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference defeat against North Carolina A&T. The loss was the third in the past four games for the Bears, who had one field goal in the final 7 1/2 minutes after grabbing a 47-41 lead. Morgan (3-22, 3-11) could have forced overtime during the last 30 seconds, but 6-foot-7, 300-pound Tyree Spinner missed three straight three-point attempts before a free throw by Jason Wills (15 points, seven rebounds)
NEWS
By TANIKA WHITE and TANIKA WHITE,SUN REPORTER | October 23, 2005
Soft, plush and oh-so-warm, cashmere has long been a classic choice for fashion designers and fashion lovers alike. This season, however, calling cashmere a mere favorite is a serious understatement. On the runways and in stores, cashmere has worked its way into almost every designer's fall collection. From high end to low end, cashmere is everywhere -- and no longer just in the traditional gray twin set or camel pullover sweater form. Modern-day designers have taken cashmere and made it more versatile and more wearable than ever.
NEWS
February 27, 2003
On February 20, 2003 NELLIE S. SPINNER; devoted mother of Harriet Edmondson, George, Jr. and John Barfield. She is also survived by 16 grandchildren, 54 great grandchildren, 36 great-great grandchildren, one brother John Sembly, Jr. and other relatives. Family will receive friends at the Huber Memorial Church, 5701 York Rd. on Thursday 10:30 A.M. followed funeral services at 11 A.M. Interment to follow in Crownsville Veteran's Cemetery.
NEWS
By Lane Harvey Brown and Lane Harvey Brown,SUN STAFF | December 20, 2001
HAVRE DE GRACE -- Maryland State Police arrested a Baltimore man early yesterday near Havre de Grace after a large quantity of heroin was found in a hidden compartment inside the van he was driving, a spokesman said. Rudolph Sterling Jr., 28, of the 1600 block of Gwynns Falls Parkway was charged with possession of heroin with the intent to distribute, importing heroin into the state, possession of heroin and traffic violations, said Cpl. Rob Moroney of the JFK Highway Barracks in Perryville.
FEATURES
By David Folkenflik and David Folkenflik,SUN TELEVISION WRITER | August 1, 2001
So this is what it's like to attend the postmodern football training camp. Every lineman's grunt or receiver's missed route is noted and deconstructed by devotees who turned out this week for the first practices of the Super Bowl champion Ravens at Western Maryland College. Fans even beseech owner Art Modell - of all people - to leave his golf cart and dispense a few John Hancocks. But journalists from near and far are swarming with questions. How is the team perceived nationally? Will it get the respect it deserves by winning a second Super Bowl?
NEWS
By TANIKA WHITE and TANIKA WHITE,SUN REPORTER | October 23, 2005
Soft, plush and oh-so-warm, cashmere has long been a classic choice for fashion designers and fashion lovers alike. This season, however, calling cashmere a mere favorite is a serious understatement. On the runways and in stores, cashmere has worked its way into almost every designer's fall collection. From high end to low end, cashmere is everywhere -- and no longer just in the traditional gray twin set or camel pullover sweater form. Modern-day designers have taken cashmere and made it more versatile and more wearable than ever.
NEWS
By Richard Eder and Richard Eder,Los Angeles Times | June 12, 1994
"Your threat to leave Knopf after this current contract is fulfilled leaves us far from intimidated," Robert Gottlieb wrote Roald Dahl in 1980, after a long association that saw "James and the Giant Peach" and "Charlie and the Chocolate Factory" become two of the best-loved and best-selling children's books in history. "You've managed to make the entire experience of publishing you unappealing for all of us. . . ." Mr. Gottlieb continued: "To be perfectly clear, let me reverse your threat: Unless you start acting civilly to us, there is no possibility of our agreeing to continue to publish you."
NEWS
By Richard Irwin and Richard Irwin,SUN STAFF | June 29, 2000
A man being pursued by a state trooper near Churchville yesterday lost control of his car and crashed into a minivan, killing a 66-year-old Harford County resident who had pulled off the road to get out of the way of the pursuit. William O. Thomas of the 3100 block of Ady Road in Street died at the scene, said Maj. Greg Shipley, a state police spokesman. The 28-year-old driver of the other car, whose identity was not released, was in critical condition last night at Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore.
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