Advertisement
HomeCollectionsSteve Williams
IN THE NEWS

Steve Williams

FEATURED ARTICLES
NEWS
May 31, 2006
Artavius Williams, Poly SPORT TRACK AND FIELD BOYS STATS -- The 6-foot-2, 170-pound junior has excelled during his first season of track by winning the triple jump title in both the Baltimore City and Class 2A North regional meets. Williams, 17, leaped 40 feet, 4 1/4 inches in the city, and 43-4 at regionals. SIDELINES -- Williams, who has a 3.0 grade point average, was recruited to run track after a basketball season in which he averaged eight points and seven rebounds to help the Engineers reach the 2A North regional quarterfinals.
ARTICLES BY DATE
NEWS
April 24, 2014
Vincent DeMarco knows a lot about the ACA but his math skills aren't so good ( "For thousands of Marylanders, the Affordable Care Act is a big success," April 22). In his letter to the editor he touts $164 million of collective premium savings that will no longer will be needed to pay for uncompensated care for individuals without health insurance. However, at 320,000, the number of ACA enrollees in Maryland that was cited by Mr. DeMarco, the savings for uncompensated care works out to be $513 per enrollee.
Advertisement
SPORTS
July 22, 2011
Woods loses his bully Teddy Greenstein Chicago Tribune Lucky guy, that Steve Williams. Now that he no longer has to carry Tiger Woods' bag, we can find out if he's actually a decent guy. For the last 12 years, he played the role of PGA Tour goon. He put a photographer's camera in a pond at the 2002 Skins Game and snatched a camera from a fan at the 2004 U.S. Open. That fan turned out to be an off-duty policeman. But that's what Woods needed.
NEWS
August 5, 2013
The letters in support of Gov. Martin O'Malley's greenhouse gas reduction plan show an amazing ignorance of the facts (" O'Malley says state has 'moral obligation' to avert climate change," July 25). The U.S. uses 4,000 billion kilowatt hours per year. In 2011, 1.8 billion kWh - or 0.05 percent - was produced from solar energy and just 120 billion kWh - or 3 percent - from wind. This after hundreds of billions of dollars in federal subsidies, including ($24 billion in 2011 alone)
NEWS
April 24, 2014
Vincent DeMarco knows a lot about the ACA but his math skills aren't so good ( "For thousands of Marylanders, the Affordable Care Act is a big success," April 22). In his letter to the editor he touts $164 million of collective premium savings that will no longer will be needed to pay for uncompensated care for individuals without health insurance. However, at 320,000, the number of ACA enrollees in Maryland that was cited by Mr. DeMarco, the savings for uncompensated care works out to be $513 per enrollee.
NEWS
August 5, 2013
The letters in support of Gov. Martin O'Malley's greenhouse gas reduction plan show an amazing ignorance of the facts (" O'Malley says state has 'moral obligation' to avert climate change," July 25). The U.S. uses 4,000 billion kilowatt hours per year. In 2011, 1.8 billion kWh - or 0.05 percent - was produced from solar energy and just 120 billion kWh - or 3 percent - from wind. This after hundreds of billions of dollars in federal subsidies, including ($24 billion in 2011 alone)
SPORTS
August 4, 2011
He'll be non-contender George Diaz Orlando Sentinel Honestly, who really knows? There was a brief "Old Tiger" sighting at the Masters, but then it all unraveled again. Health issues, psychological issues, relationship snafus — goodbye, Steve Williams — have turned Woods into anything but a good bet to make a charge on any given weekend. It will be a major accomplishment to finish in the top 10, but most likely Woods will be muddling about on Sunday, finishing the last round as a non-contender.
NEWS
By Jeff Shain, Tribune Newspapers | August 4, 2011
AKRON, Ohio — The job isn't exactly one that takes applications. Not that a few dreamers haven't tried. "There's been a few," Tiger Woods said. "We've gotten a lot of interesting ones. " But one just doesn't ask to caddie for Tiger Woods. When the time is right, Woods will pick up the phone and ask someone to caddie for him. Only time will determine whether the new guy can generate the kind of chemistry Woods had with Steve Williams. Maybe he doesn't need to. No question, though, they'll face an adjustment period.
SPORTS
By Peter Schmuck | July 23, 2011
News item: Tiger Woods announced this week that he has parted company with longtime caddie and gallery henchman Steve Williams, who was last seen on the bag of Australian star Adam Scott. My take: Don't know what Tiger is trying to prove here. He has fired everyone except the one guy who made all his bad decisions over the past few years. Related news item: Williams said he was blind-sided by the news and clearly felt betrayed after standing by Woods during his long and tawdry adultery scandal.
SPORTS
April 6, 1993
Former Colts who will participate in a soccer contest for charity at halftime of tonight's Spirit-Harrisburg Heat playoff game (years with Colts in parentheses):Sisto Averno (1953-54), Dick Bielski (1962-63), Ordell Braase (1957-68), Art DeCarlo (1957-60), Marty Domres (1972-75), Doug Eggers (1954-57), Sam Havrilak (1969-73), Bruce Laird (1972-81), Toni Linhart (1974-79), Tom Matte (1961-72), Ron Mayo (1974), Fred Miller (1963-72), Jim Mutscheller (1954-61), Jim Parker (1957-67), Bill Troup (1974-78)
SPORTS
August 4, 2011
He'll be non-contender George Diaz Orlando Sentinel Honestly, who really knows? There was a brief "Old Tiger" sighting at the Masters, but then it all unraveled again. Health issues, psychological issues, relationship snafus — goodbye, Steve Williams — have turned Woods into anything but a good bet to make a charge on any given weekend. It will be a major accomplishment to finish in the top 10, but most likely Woods will be muddling about on Sunday, finishing the last round as a non-contender.
NEWS
By Jeff Shain, Tribune Newspapers | August 4, 2011
AKRON, Ohio — The job isn't exactly one that takes applications. Not that a few dreamers haven't tried. "There's been a few," Tiger Woods said. "We've gotten a lot of interesting ones. " But one just doesn't ask to caddie for Tiger Woods. When the time is right, Woods will pick up the phone and ask someone to caddie for him. Only time will determine whether the new guy can generate the kind of chemistry Woods had with Steve Williams. Maybe he doesn't need to. No question, though, they'll face an adjustment period.
SPORTS
By Peter Schmuck | July 23, 2011
News item: Tiger Woods announced this week that he has parted company with longtime caddie and gallery henchman Steve Williams, who was last seen on the bag of Australian star Adam Scott. My take: Don't know what Tiger is trying to prove here. He has fired everyone except the one guy who made all his bad decisions over the past few years. Related news item: Williams said he was blind-sided by the news and clearly felt betrayed after standing by Woods during his long and tawdry adultery scandal.
SPORTS
July 22, 2011
Woods loses his bully Teddy Greenstein Chicago Tribune Lucky guy, that Steve Williams. Now that he no longer has to carry Tiger Woods' bag, we can find out if he's actually a decent guy. For the last 12 years, he played the role of PGA Tour goon. He put a photographer's camera in a pond at the 2002 Skins Game and snatched a camera from a fan at the 2004 U.S. Open. That fan turned out to be an off-duty policeman. But that's what Woods needed.
NEWS
May 31, 2006
Artavius Williams, Poly SPORT TRACK AND FIELD BOYS STATS -- The 6-foot-2, 170-pound junior has excelled during his first season of track by winning the triple jump title in both the Baltimore City and Class 2A North regional meets. Williams, 17, leaped 40 feet, 4 1/4 inches in the city, and 43-4 at regionals. SIDELINES -- Williams, who has a 3.0 grade point average, was recruited to run track after a basketball season in which he averaged eight points and seven rebounds to help the Engineers reach the 2A North regional quarterfinals.
SPORTS
By Steven Kivinski | November 18, 1995
The Baltimore Renegades (11-0) will have a point to prove tonight when they play the Metro Bulls (6-5) of Washington, D.C., at 7 at Catonsville High for the inaugural Atlantic Football League semipro championship."
NEWS
October 26, 2013
Commentator Darrel Gaskin contends that the "everyone in" approach to health insurance is necessary in order to prevent the classic insurance market death spiral that occurs when the risk pool is predominantly made up of older and sicker individuals ( "What used cars have to do with health insurance," Oct. 20). However, neither the approach nor the Affordable Care Act does anything about health care costs. In fact, both will drive costs up by increasing the demand for health care while doing nothing about the supply of caregivers.
Baltimore Sun Articles
|
|
|
Please note the green-lined linked article text has been applied commercially without any involvement from our newsroom editors, reporters or any other editorial staff.