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March 23, 2003
On March 19, 2003, KAREN D. STOREY; beloved daughter of Elizabeth Wilmer and the late Edwin Johnson. Visitation at the Calvin B. Scruggs Funeral Home, 1412 E. Preston St., on Monday, March 24th, from 12 to 7 P.M. Family will receive friends on Tuesday, from 10:30 to 11 A.M., at which time funeral service will begin. Interment Gardens of Faith Cemetery.
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By Matt Bracken and The Baltimore Sun | April 21, 2013
The beginning of Kareem Storey 's college basketball career was spent at a high-major program in the midst of a rebuilding project. With that experience in mind, the former Towson Catholic point guard focused on one factor in particular when he got a second chance at the recruiting process. “Historically, Morehead [State] is known for making the [NCAA] tournament,” said Storey, who signed with the Eagles last week. “There's nothing like tournament play. That basically was what I based my decision off of - being successful, winning games and going for the best opportunity I had to accomplish those goals.” In Storey, Morehead State landed one of the most coveted junior college point guards in the country.
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NEWS
By Mike Nortrup and Mike Nortrup,Contributing sports writer | March 25, 1992
Spangler Construction took to the floor Sunday afternoon at East Middle School, hoping to win a second consecutive Carroll County Women'sBasketball League post- season title from Cockey's Tavern.But itcouldn't get past Sandy Storey.Cockey's center, easily the tallest and most dominant player on the floor, scored 31 points to lead her team to a 51-41 win over Spangler, a squad comprised primarily of Western Maryland College graduates.The verdict avenged Spangler's two-point championship game victory last season over Cockey's.
NEWS
September 1, 2005
On August 29, 2005, ELOUISE, beloved mother and grandmother. Funeral will be held on Friday, September 2, 11:30 A.M. at Central Church of Christ, 4301 Woodridge Rd. Arrangements by Calvin B. Scruggs Funeral Home, 410-837-4926.
SPORTS
By Seattle Times | August 9, 1995
SEATTLE -- Ken Griffey's left wrist and Randy Johnson's left shoulder are in the hands of the Seattle Mariners' medical staff.They can play when doctors say it's OK.The best players on the team, and perhaps in the American League, are sidetracked by injuries.Griffey, who suffered a fracture of his left wrist May 26, took his first full workout Monday with the Mariners. He is on a rehabilitation program that could put him in the lineup in 10 to 14 days.Johnson, who has complained of shoulder stiffness for the past week, missed his start Sunday.
NEWS
By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 10, 2002
Linda Storey, instructional leader for the River Hill High School English department, is one of 20 master teachers from across the United States traveling to countries in the former Soviet Union this month. She is a USA Educational Ambassador, a program of the American Councils for International Education. A secondary school in the Ukrainian town of Kherson will be Storey's host from Sunday through Oct. 30. She plans to keep a journal of her experiences, which will include giving lectures to educators, visiting schools, sightseeing and attending a folk festival in her honor.
NEWS
By Howard Libit and Howard Libit,SUN STAFF | October 14, 2000
Linda Storey, an 11th-grade English teacher at River Hill High School, was named Maryland Teacher of the Year last night for 2000-2001. The Howard County teacher was recognized for the quality of her classroom instruction and her extensive efforts to reach out to students, families and local businesses. "I really view this as a humbling experience, that I represent in a very real way the incredible teachers of this state," Storey said. "I am just the messenger of this year, and I hope to glean the best teaching practices and share them throughout the state."
NEWS
By David Michael Ettlin | January 7, 1991
The caretaker-gravedigger of Holy Cross Cemetery, fired from his job of nearly four years by a Roman Catholic priest shortly before Christmas, has been ordered to vacate the large frame house on the cemetery property where he lives with his wife and seven children.Although the caretaker, 51-year-old William F. Storey, was told to have his family out of the house by today, the order was delayed by an official of the Baltimore archdiocese this weekend following complaints about Mr. Storey's firing and eviction by the family and by neighbors of the cemetery off the 6000 block of Ritchie Highway on the edge of Brooklyn Park.
NEWS
By Laura Shovan and Laura Shovan,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 20, 2002
It's hard for Howard County teens to imagine schools that go without heat, running water and indoor bathrooms. And how could teachers get by on a salary of $50 to $60 a week, even if they did sell goods at a market after school? Yet those are the conditions that Linda Storey witnessed on an educator exchange to Ukraine last month. "It was quite an eye-opener to come back to America ... when they have so little and do so much," she said. Since her return, Storey has been sharing her experience abroad with students and fellow teachers at River Hill High School.
NEWS
By Lan Nguyen and Lan Nguyen,Staff Writer | December 6, 1993
Teachers -- especially new ones -- don't expect their students in tears on the first day of school.But that's what happened to Howard High School English teacher Linda Storey, recently honored as Teacher of the Year by the Maryland Council of Teachers of English, whose first assignment was in Brighton, Mass., in 1974.That assignment involved taking the place of a popular and talented, but troubled, teacher who had committed suicide days before.The students "started crying because they had waited for three years to have this teacher," Ms. Storey said.
ENTERTAINMENT
By James H. Bready and James H. Bready,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 16, 2005
Representing the Troubles in Irish Short Fiction By Michael L. Storey. Catholic University. 244 pages. $64.95. The (potato blight) Famine of 1847 long ranked as Ireland's greatest tragedy; now that distinction is shared with the post-1916 strife known as the Troubles. Since the 1916 Easter Rising, in the judgment of Michael Storey, professor of English at the College of Notre Dame of Maryland, Irish literature's highest achievement has been by short-story writers. So, how much insight do these stories give us into the anger and the agony?
NEWS
September 24, 2003
On September 20, 2003, KATHLEEN FRANCES STOREY, beloved wife of the late Norman H. Storey. Friends may call at the HUBBARD FUNERAL HOME, INC., 4107 Wilkens Avenue on Wednesday 7 to 9 P.M. A Mass of Christian Burial will be held Thursday 11 A.M. with Viewing half hour prior to Service at Our Lady of The Angel Chapel, Charlestown Retirement Community.
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By Laura Shovan and Laura Shovan,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | November 20, 2002
It's hard for Howard County teens to imagine schools that go without heat, running water and indoor bathrooms. And how could teachers get by on a salary of $50 to $60 a week, even if they did sell goods at a market after school? Yet those are the conditions that Linda Storey witnessed on an educator exchange to Ukraine last month. "It was quite an eye-opener to come back to America ... when they have so little and do so much," she said. Since her return, Storey has been sharing her experience abroad with students and fellow teachers at River Hill High School.
NEWS
By SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 10, 2002
Linda Storey, instructional leader for the River Hill High School English department, is one of 20 master teachers from across the United States traveling to countries in the former Soviet Union this month. She is a USA Educational Ambassador, a program of the American Councils for International Education. A secondary school in the Ukrainian town of Kherson will be Storey's host from Sunday through Oct. 30. She plans to keep a journal of her experiences, which will include giving lectures to educators, visiting schools, sightseeing and attending a folk festival in her honor.
NEWS
By Karen Nitkin and Karen Nitkin,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 25, 2000
Linda Storey likes to say she learned how to teach from a ghost. As a young high school English teacher in Rochester, N.Y., Storey took over the classes of a brilliant but troubled teacher who had committed suicide. Her guidance took the form of file cabinets filled with lesson plans and work sheets. "I learned from this master teacher whom I never met," Storey said. Now, it's Storey who is guiding others. The River Hill High School 11th-grade English teacher was named the state's 2000-2001 Teacher of the Year on Oct. 13 - the first Howard County teacher to receive the honor.
NEWS
By Howard Libit and Howard Libit,SUN STAFF | October 14, 2000
Linda Storey, an 11th-grade English teacher at River Hill High School, was named Maryland Teacher of the Year last night for 2000-2001. The Howard County teacher was recognized for the quality of her classroom instruction and her extensive efforts to reach out to students, families and local businesses. "I really view this as a humbling experience, that I represent in a very real way the incredible teachers of this state," Storey said. "I am just the messenger of this year, and I hope to glean the best teaching practices and share them throughout the state."
ENTERTAINMENT
By James H. Bready and James H. Bready,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | January 16, 2005
Representing the Troubles in Irish Short Fiction By Michael L. Storey. Catholic University. 244 pages. $64.95. The (potato blight) Famine of 1847 long ranked as Ireland's greatest tragedy; now that distinction is shared with the post-1916 strife known as the Troubles. Since the 1916 Easter Rising, in the judgment of Michael Storey, professor of English at the College of Notre Dame of Maryland, Irish literature's highest achievement has been by short-story writers. So, how much insight do these stories give us into the anger and the agony?
SPORTS
By Seattle Times | August 9, 1995
SEATTLE -- Ken Griffey's left wrist and Randy Johnson's left shoulder are in the hands of the Seattle Mariners' medical staff.They can play when doctors say it's OK.The best players on the team, and perhaps in the American League, are sidetracked by injuries.Griffey, who suffered a fracture of his left wrist May 26, took his first full workout Monday with the Mariners. He is on a rehabilitation program that could put him in the lineup in 10 to 14 days.Johnson, who has complained of shoulder stiffness for the past week, missed his start Sunday.
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