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April 7, 2005
On April 6, 2005, MARY LOUISE STONEY, beloved wife of the late Clement Patrick Stoney, Sr., devoted mother of Veronica Chenowith, Joyce Stoney Ferkler, C. Patrick Stoney, Jr. and Cheryle Stoney, cherished grandmother of 6 and great grandmother of 5. Friends may call at the family owned Evans Funeral Chapel - Bel Air, 3 Newport Dr. (Rts. 23 & 24- Forest Hill), 3-5 & 7-9 p.m. Friday. A funeral service will be held 10 a.m. Saturday. Interment Parkwood Cemetery.
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By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | August 12, 2013
The busy Stoney Creek Bridge in northern Pasadena reopened to traffic Monday morning after being closed for five weeks as part of a repair project. The bridge, which carries Fort Smallwood Road over Stoney Creek, is "a nicely painted and repaired bridge," said Charlie Gischlar, a spokesman for the State Highway Administration. The 66-year-old drawbridge was in desperate need of repairs, highway officials said, and the only way to do the work was to completely shut it down to traffic.
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NEWS
November 30, 2003
On November 26, 2003 STONEY, SR. Friends may call at the FAMILY OWNED MARCH FUNERAL HOME EAST, 1101 East North Avenue, on Monday after 8 A.M., where the family will receive friends on Tuesday at 11:30 A.M. Services will follow at 12 noon. See www.marchfh.com.
NEWS
By Pamela Wood, The Baltimore Sun | July 7, 2013
Gary Gakenheimer lives in the Chestnut Hill Cove neighborhood on one side of the Stoney Creek Bridge in northern Pasadena. On the other side of the bridge: his barber, his grocery store, several fast-food restaurants. For five weeks starting Monday, Gakenheimer and his neighbors will be cut off from those businesses, churches and friends who live on the other side of Stoney Creek. The State Highway Administration is shutting down the bridge for a $1.8 million renovation and repair project.
NEWS
November 11, 2005
ISABELLA STONEY WISE of Charlottesville, Virginia died at her home on November 7, 2005. Daughter of Arthur Jervey Stoney and Anne English Montague, Mrs. Wise was married to Charles Parmele Wise for almost 50 years until his death in 2000. Mrs. Wise is survived by her sister Connie Mason of Annisquam, Massachusetts, five children and nine grandchildren: Betsy (Jim and James) Fernald and Pam (Max and Maggie) Scott of Charlottesville; Holly Wise (Robin, Alex, Ian, and Eliza Phillips) of Arlington, Virginia; Charlie (Kate, Virginia and George)
SPORTS
By KEN ROSENTHAL | February 23, 1995
CLEARWATER, Fla. -- He's the same old Stoney, simple and innocent and pure. He doesn't want to return to the majors -- far from it. He wants only to honor the wishes of a friend, a friend who was a father figure, a friend who died only two weeks ago.The baseball world used to laugh at Jeff Stone. He once confused a shrimp cocktail with an alcoholic beverage. Asked if the moon in Venezuela was the same as the one in Missouri. Played baseball so ineptly, he became the symbol of the 0-21 Orioles.
NEWS
August 23, 1992
C. Burke "Stoney" Carr of Ellicott City, owner and operator of service stations in Wheaton, Waldorf and Woodlawn from the mid-'70s to the mid-'80s, died Aug. 10 at his home after a five-year bout with cancer. He was 55.Before leaving the service station business for a civilian job at Fort Meade in 1986, Mr. Carr ran the Shell service station at Forest Park Drive and Security Boulevard in Woodlawn. He retired from Fort Meade for health reasons in 1989.He previously worked for Proctor-Silex and SCM Corp.
SPORTS
By Mike Preston and Mike Preston,SUN STAFF | August 29, 1999
Third-string quarterback Stoney Case completed a 41-yard touchdown pass on a slant-in play to wide receiver Billy Davis with 10 seconds left in the game as the Ravens remained unbeaten in preseason play with a 28-24 win over the Carolina Panthers last night before 66,247 at PSINet Stadium.Case caught the Panthers in a double safety blitz and cornerback Cliff Shamburger couldn't handle Davis on the short 10-yard pass that he turned into the touchdown. Less than four minutes earlier, Case had completed a 49-yard pass to Justin Armour to set up a 2-yard touchdown run by running back Jay Graham.
NEWS
By Lane Harvey Brown and Lane Harvey Brown,SUN STAFF | May 18, 2003
A Pittsburgh company has been chosen to build a 330-foot microwave tower in the Stoney Forest area of Carsins Run Road, part of a statewide update of emergency communications, the state Department of Budget and Management announced last week. Work on the new tower, projected to cost about $323,000, is expected to begin after the state Board of Public Works formally approves the contract this month and should be complete in November, said Thomas Miller of the Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems.
BUSINESS
By Pat Emory and Pat Emory,Special to The Sun | September 13, 1990
OAK HALL, Va. -- Anywhere else these lathes might be cutting baseball bats, but on Virginia's Eastern Shore, where another sport struck out America's favorite pastime, a factory has adapted the lathes to cut life-sized wooden ducks, geese and shore birds.Each year, about 75,000 decoys take flight from Stoney PoinDecoys Ltd. in Oak Hall to nest in homes all over the country.These are the kits that make up three-quarters of Stoney PoinDecoys' $1.5 million business. The kits range in price from $16 for rough-cut ducks and geese to $195 for a ready-to-sand and ready-to-paint "swan in repose."
NEWS
February 6, 2010
A sewer line leak of 25,000 gallons led the Anne Arundel County Health Department to post an emergency closing Friday of Stoney Run, a small creek in Linthicum and Hanover. A blockage or buildup of materials caused the leak near Science Drive in Linthicum, said Matt Diehl, a Public Works Department spokesman. The waterway is closed from there to the Patapsco River. Anyone who touches the water should wash well with soap and water, Health Department spokeswoman Elin Jones said, and clothing that comes into contact with that water should also be washed.
FEATURES
By Elizabeth Large and Elizabeth Large , elizabeth.large@baltsun.com | December 6, 2009
I like a restaurant with self-confidence. At least I guess that's what it is when you're a chain that opened in 1996 and you call yourself Stoney River Legendary Steaks. I've said it before and I'll say it again. Every steakhouse has to have a concept that sets it apart from the other places that offer large portions of beef. Stoney River's is that it sells lifestyle as well as steaks. You know how crazy busy mall eateries can be, especially the new hot ones; but this one promises "Steak.
NEWS
By ELIZABETH LARGE | November 4, 2009
Towson has had steak houses before. I'm thinking of JJ McBride's and Nichi Bei Kai. (Japanese steak houses count, don't they?) But for some reason, no one has opened what I think of as the Restaurant of the Decade: the upscale casual chain American steak house - big, bright and fairly affordable. Until now. Now Towson has Stoney River Legendary Steaks (825 Dulaney Valley Road, 410-583-5250). It's in the new wing of Towson Town Center. If you like the ski lodge look - lots of stone, wood and glass, a beamed ceiling, a large stacked-stone fireplace at its center, leather seats - the 7,600-square-foot restaurant has it all. There's also a large red canoe, a Stoney River trademark.
NEWS
March 26, 2009
On March 24, 2009, VERONICA "Roni" L. CHENOWITH of Fallston, MD. Beloved wife of Joseph J. Chenowith Sr.; devoted mother of Joseph J. Chenowith Jr., and wife Kathryn and the late Jeffrey J. Chenowith; loving sister of C. Patrick Stoney Jr., and wife Priscilla, Joyce Ferkler and Cheryl Ann Stoney. Also survived by a nephew, C. Patrick "PJ" Stoney III; two nieces, Deana M. Mackey and Bethany Ferkler and four great nieces and one great nephew. A service will be held at Mountain Christian Church, Joppa, MD, on Tuesday, March 31, 2009 at 11 A.M. Friends may call at the church on Sunday and Monday from 4 to 9 P.M both days.
SPORTS
By Mike Klingaman | September 14, 2007
About 10 quarterbacks ago, the Ravens handed the job to Stoney Case. He was tall and good-looking, with a slew of college records -- a poster boy for the young franchise. That was in 1999. Case won his first start, against Cleveland - a game that gave Brian Billick his first victory as Ravens head coach. The next week, the Ravens won again as Case threw a 54-yard touchdown pass to defeat Atlanta in overtime. But two defeats followed, including a humbling loss to Kansas City on national TV in which Case threw for a couple of touchdowns - to the other team.
NEWS
November 11, 2005
ISABELLA STONEY WISE of Charlottesville, Virginia died at her home on November 7, 2005. Daughter of Arthur Jervey Stoney and Anne English Montague, Mrs. Wise was married to Charles Parmele Wise for almost 50 years until his death in 2000. Mrs. Wise is survived by her sister Connie Mason of Annisquam, Massachusetts, five children and nine grandchildren: Betsy (Jim and James) Fernald and Pam (Max and Maggie) Scott of Charlottesville; Holly Wise (Robin, Alex, Ian, and Eliza Phillips) of Arlington, Virginia; Charlie (Kate, Virginia and George)
NEWS
March 26, 2009
On March 24, 2009, VERONICA "Roni" L. CHENOWITH of Fallston, MD. Beloved wife of Joseph J. Chenowith Sr.; devoted mother of Joseph J. Chenowith Jr., and wife Kathryn and the late Jeffrey J. Chenowith; loving sister of C. Patrick Stoney Jr., and wife Priscilla, Joyce Ferkler and Cheryl Ann Stoney. Also survived by a nephew, C. Patrick "PJ" Stoney III; two nieces, Deana M. Mackey and Bethany Ferkler and four great nieces and one great nephew. A service will be held at Mountain Christian Church, Joppa, MD, on Tuesday, March 31, 2009 at 11 A.M. Friends may call at the church on Sunday and Monday from 4 to 9 P.M both days.
NEWS
December 29, 1996
An article in Friday's Anne Arundel edition of The Sun incorrectly reported the number of cars that traveled on a segment of Duvall Highway in Pasadena. As many as 10,230 motorists a day used that portion of the road from Stoney Creek Drive to Fort Smallwood Road in 1995.The Sun regrets the error.Pub Date: 12/29/96
NEWS
September 14, 2005
On August 30, 2005 ANDREA E. FRANKE. Services will be held on Saturday, September 17, 2005 3 p.m. at Stoney Run Friends Meeting House, 5116 N. Charles Street. Burial will follow. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the National Alliance for the Mentally Ill, 5210 York Road, Baltimore, MD 21212.
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