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October 2, 2003
Suddenly on September 29, 2003, JEAN M. STEPHENS (nee Moylan) beloved wife of the late Wellington R. Stephens, devoted mother of Suzanne S. Parker and Wellington R. Stephens Jr., dear sister of the late Shirley A., and Mary Moylan, dear grandmother of Wellington R. Stephens III, Michael Turcotte Stephens, Samuel Stephen Parker, Amy Melissa Parker, Matthew Pledger Parker, Maureen Guyton Parker, Rachel Anne Pecoraro and Ashley Rae Pecoraro, great-grandmother of...
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By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | September 15, 2014
The Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts announced that New York-based Stephen Powers , known for his public art projects, will create a series of large-scale murals as part of a project called "Love Letter to Baltimore. " Permanent and temporary murals will appear at various locations in East Baltimore and Southwest Baltimore. The object, BOPA says, is to concentrate the murals "around high-traffic transportation corridors, visible to people on the street as well as travelers and commuters passing through Baltimore by car or train.
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NEWS
April 5, 2007
On April 1, 2007, MARIE T. (nee Komornick), beloved wife of the late Russell A. Stephens, loving mother of William A. Stephens, Sandra L. Sammonds, Keith R. Stephens and Karen M. Mau; cherished grandmother of many grandchildren and great-grandchildren. A memorial service will be held at the family owned Duda-Ruck Funeral Home of Dundalk Inc., 7922 Wise Avenue, Friday 4 P.M. Receiving of friends Friday 3 to 4 P.M.
SPORTS
By Aaron Wilson and The Baltimore Sun | August 29, 2014
The Ravens released center Reggie Stephens and four other players on Friday. Outside linebacker D.J. Roberts, tight end Nathan Overbay and undrafted rookie defensive linemen Levi Brown and Derrick Hopkins were also waived, the team announced. The Ravens also plan to cut undrafted rookie defensive tackle A.J. Patiali'i and hope to sign him to their practice squad, according to a source. Stephens was on the Ravens' practice squad last season. A 2010 Cincinnati Bengals seventh-round draft pick, he previously played with the Chicago Bears and Buffalo Bills.
NEWS
February 1, 2009
ESTELLE EASTWICK STEPHENS, 93, of Treasure Island, died Tuesday January 20, 2009. She was a loving and caring mother of three, an incredible grandmother that five grandchildren could ever dream of, and a great-grandmother of six. She was predeceased in the death of her husband Howard L Stephens. She is survived by her son Howard L Stephens Jr., Franklin, NC, and her daughters, Estelle S Knapp, New Albany OH, Barbara S Woods, Seminole, FL.
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By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | February 11, 2012
This week's sentencing of the prisoner convicted of killing a correctional officer will be the first case in Maryland in which prosecutors must establish a DNA "link" in order to pursue a death sentence, and it could become the first real test for the state's new capital punishment law. The Anne Arundel County jury — or judge, depending on who does the sentencing — will have to decide if prosecution evidence that the victim's blood was on...
ENTERTAINMENT
By Tim Smith, The Baltimore Sun | August 25, 2014
For many of us, Leonard Bernstein will always loom large. The conductor/composer/mentor/mensch left an enormous mark not just on the classical music and theater worlds, but on the world, period. I owe a lot of my own views about music and, especially, music-making to Bernstein. Although I only met him once, and all too briefly, during a crazy evening that started at the Kennedy Center and ended up at the Watergate Hotel (no, silly, not that kind of evening), I came to feel that he was a part of my life somehow.
BUSINESS
By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | August 8, 2014
It was a summer job that turned into a career. Camp counselor positions in 1970 and 1971 introduced Stephen H. Morgan to working with people who have intellectual and developmental disabilities, and his interest was piqued. He finished college, took a full-time job with the organization that ran the camp and worked his way to the top. As executive director of The Arc Baltimore, Morgan runs a nonprofit that teaches daily-living skills, organizes work crews and provides other services.
SPORTS
By Jon Meoli and The Baltimore Sun | July 8, 2014
Washington Nationals star pitcher Stephen Strasburg seemed a bit sad about vocal Orioles fans during the Nationals' 8-2, 11-inning loss in Washington last night. "Well, maybe someday it'll be different,” Strasburg, who fanned nine in seven innings but was victimized by a Nelson Cruz home run, said in a video posted by MASN. “But obviously that franchise has been a lot longer than we have. Can't really worry about it too much. Hopefully, our fans travel well after tomorrow. " It's a pretty diplomatic answer from a player who never says much, but his face in the video tells the story.
SPORTS
By Glenn Graham and The Baltimore Sun | June 27, 2014
Mount St. Joseph has named alum Stephen Berger as its varsity lacrosse coach, the school announced Friday. Berger, a 2000 grad who went on to play at Washington College, replaces former coach David Slafkosky.  Berger, a three-time All-American at Washington College, currently plays attack for the Boston Cannons of Major League Lacrosse and serves as the men's game director at US Lacrosse, the sport's governing body. “I am thrilled for the opportunity to return to my roots and encourage a love of lacrosse at the high school level,” Berger said in a news release.
NEWS
By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | June 9, 2014
The Hershey Company is accusing a state senator from Queen Anne's County of using chocolate-colored campaign signs to draw on its sugary "fame and equity" in a bid to drum up votes. In a federal lawsuit filed last week, the Pennsylvania-based confectioner asked a judge to stop Sen. Stephen S. Hershey Jr. from using campaign materials that it believes are too similar to its own logo and packaging. "Hershey is bringing this action to stop Senator Steve Hershey and his campaign from using the famous trade dress of the Hershey's chocolate bar in connection with Senator Hershey's campaign activities," the company wrote in a complaint.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Mary Carole McCauley, The Baltimore Sun | May 26, 2014
The Baltimore novelist and short story writer Stephen Dixon has won a 2014 O. Henry Award for his short story, "Talk. " The annual prize honors 20 of the best short stories each year. Also on this year's list are such well-known national authors as Louise Erdrich and William Trevor. "Talk," which was published in "The American Reader," is a moving portrait of loneliness. In this stream of consciousness monologue, a recent widower realizes that he has gone nearly an entire day without speaking to another human being.
FEATURES
By Michelle Deal-Zimmerman, The Baltimore Sun | May 19, 2014
A recent Gallup Poll found nearly half of Maryland's residents would like to leave the state. Stephen Colbert seems to have uncovered one possible reason: Baltimore is a "wasteland. " Last week on "The Colbert Report," the Comedy Central talk show host did a segment on global warming pegged to the White House's recent climate change study - which he called "terrifying. " The show pieced together video clips with dire weather predictions: "The Northeast is gonna see more heatwaves.
NEWS
By Justin George, The Baltimore Sun | April 24, 2014
A city judge declined Thursday to order a new trial for the man found guilty of killing an 11-year-old girl in Northwest Baltimore more than four decades ago, a victory for prosecutors who sought to prevent the release of another high-profile perpetrator under a court ruling that has freed dozens of convicted murderers. The decision means Wayne Stephen Young will remain in prison for the 1969 abduction and death of Esther Lebowitz, a case that has kept the city's Jewish community on edge through years of appeals and challenges.
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