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By Glenn Small and Glenn Small,Evening Sun Staff | January 7, 1992
A Baltimore County Circuit Court judge has imposed a 30-year prison term on Harvey Allen Teets, 28, the man convicted in the bludgeoning death of Kimberly R. Kenna, a guard at St. Timothy's School in Stevenson.Kenna, who worked part time at the school on the overnight shift, was dragged from her guard's shack Feb. 23, 1991, and beaten to death with a wooden club. Her half-naked body was found later that morning floating in a pond on the school grounds.Judge Alfred L. Brennan Sr. sentenced Teets yesterday to the maximum term for his second-degree murder conviction.
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October 15, 2010
Baltimore County Republican Steve Bailey couldn't be more right that local governments have overpromised on employee pensions and face a dire reckoning. We absolutely agree with him that the public sector should follow the private sector in switching from defined benefit plans, like pensions, to defined contribution plans, like 401(k)s. Mr. Bailey is on especially solid ground when he criticizes the benefits afforded to elected officials in Baltimore County, where a councilman is retiring this year with 100 percent of his annual salary for life, where county subsidized cars are common, and where the state's attorney makes $64,000 more per year than Maryland's governor.
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NEWS
October 15, 2010
Baltimore County Republican Steve Bailey couldn't be more right that local governments have overpromised on employee pensions and face a dire reckoning. We absolutely agree with him that the public sector should follow the private sector in switching from defined benefit plans, like pensions, to defined contribution plans, like 401(k)s. Mr. Bailey is on especially solid ground when he criticizes the benefits afforded to elected officials in Baltimore County, where a councilman is retiring this year with 100 percent of his annual salary for life, where county subsidized cars are common, and where the state's attorney makes $64,000 more per year than Maryland's governor.
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By Glenn Small and Glenn Small,Evening Sun Staff | January 7, 1992
A Baltimore County Circuit Court judge has imposed a 30-year prison term on Harvey Allen Teets, 28, the man convicted in the bludgeoning death of Kimberly R. Kenna, a guard at St. Timothy's School in Stevenson.Kenna, who worked part time at the school on the overnight shift, was dragged from her guard's shack Feb. 23, 1991, and beaten to death with a wooden club. Her half-naked body was found later that morning floating in a pond on the school grounds.Judge Alfred L. Brennan Sr. sentenced Teets yesterday to the maximum term for his second-degree murder conviction.
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By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,Staff Writer | April 29, 1993
Pleas from the attorney, family and friends of a 17-year-old murderer saved him from a life without parole sentence yesterday in Baltimore County Circuit Court.Before sentencing Nigel Antonio Carter, Judge Christian M. Kahl said he had intended to side with prosecutor Steve Bailey's recommendation that Carter never be freed for "executing" a young woman on a footpath near Owings Mills Mall. Instead, Judge Kahl gave Carter life plus 40 years in prison. He will be eligible for parole after serving at least 20 years.
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By Brent Jones | brent.jones@baltsun.com and Baltimore Sun reporter | February 16, 2010
City workers have repaired a damaged water pipe that caused the road near the 4300 block of York Road to sink Tuesday morning and brought traffic in Northeast Baltimore to a near crawl. All lanes on York Road reopened as of about 1:30 p.m. today but officials still warned of heavy traffic throughout the area. The road closure, combined with leftover snow in lanes on several major thoroughfares, left pockets of Northeast Baltimore stymied by traffic. Steve Bailey lives on Taplow Road in the Homeland neighborhood.
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By Winyan Soo Hoo and Winyan Soo Hoo,Special to baltimoresun.com | June 13, 2005
Maryland first lady Kendel Ehrlich was visiting Rodgers Forge Elementary School in Towson today to announce a new state-supported Internet safety educational campaign and to kick off the Baltimore County "Wild About Reading" summer campaign. The Internet Keep Safe Coalition plans to showcase online safety resources, which include a children's book and DVD and an educational Web site. Ehrlich is also set to read a story about Faux Paw the Techno Cat, a fictional character created to fight crime on the Internet.
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By Sam Sessa | July 3, 2008
Hometown: Annapolis and Ocean City Founded: 2006 Style: acoustic rock Members: Jordan Sokel, guitar and vocals; Josh Kachura, guitar and vocals Influenced by: G Love, Al Green, Sublime, Soulive, Kings of Leon Notable: Sokel and Kachura were college roommates who started playing music together in and around Salisbury and Ocean City. In August, they'll head to South Carolina to record with Steve Bailey, who has worked as a producer with acclaimed bassist Victor Wooten. Quotable : "We're going to be finally able to work with somebody who knows the business and knows what they're doing," Kachura said.
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By Joan Jacobson and Joan Jacobson,SUN STAFF | April 4, 1998
A Baltimore County woman who claimed she killed her estranged husband in self-defense was sentenced to 35 years in prison yesterday after the judge said her claims of spousal abuse were "an insult and affront to those who truely are victims."Baltimore County Circuit Judge Christian M. Kahl sentenced Teresa Jones, 31, to 25 years for second-degree murder and 10 years for using a handgun to kill Steve Jones in his White Hall home Oct. 14, 1996.A jury deliberated for two hours in December before convicting Jones of killing her husband and rejecting her claim that he abused her on several occasions and that she was afraid for her life the night she shot him with his gun.Prosecutors Steve Bailey and Jill Pickett presented evidence showing contradictions in Jones' reports of domestic abuse and called her a jealous, alcoholic wife.
NEWS
September 20, 2010
Joe Bartenfelder deserved better then to have his career ended by a campaign full of mudslinging. For 28 years he has faithfully served the residents of his legislative and councilmanic districts. He served as an "average Joe" casting votes based on common sense, not party politics. Mr. Bartenfelder looked at both sides of every issue and did what was best for his constituents. When it came to reforming the County Council's gold-plated pension plan, only Joe Bartenfelder supported a bill that would have capped his and his colleagues' benefits.
NEWS
January 20, 2010
Every member of the Baltimore County council who voted in favor of Kevin Kamenetz's bill Tuesday voted to exempt himself from any pension reform ("Weaker pension reform bill approved," Jan. 20). This scandal started when The Sun reported that Councilman Vincent J. Gardina plans to retire next year at age 53 and begin collecting a pension equivalent to 100 percent of his $54,000 salary for the rest of his life. The law just passed keeps that gold-plated, Wall Street pension plan in place for all existing council members.
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By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,mary.gail.hare@baltsun.com | August 20, 2009
A proposal to install speed monitoring cameras in Baltimore County school zones drew the ire of many residents attending a meeting with officials Wednesday at the Towson Library. About 25 speakers expressed their opinions, with most being opposed to the cameras. Del. Bill Frank said this is "Big Brother run amok." But his legislative colleague Steve Lafferty said, "If you're against this legislation, you're concerned less about children than you are about making a statement." Police Chief Jim Johnson gave statistics to show that the technology works and decreases speed-related accidents.
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