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By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | September 27, 2012
Baltimore's famous streaker Mark Harvey received a surprise shout-out from Ellen DeGeneres on Tuesday when she shared the Severn resident's antics with her audience. This isn't the first time DeGeneres has mentioned Harvey on her show. In April, after he streaked at Camden Yards on the Orioles' Opening Day, DeGeneres sent him a cape and underwear. "I thought that was the last I'd ever hear of him," DeGeneres told her audience. Then she showed a clip of Harvey running on the field at the Ravens game Sunday night donning the ensemble.
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December 24, 2012
The name Mark Harvey may be familiar to some. He's the guy who ran onto the field at an Orioles game as well as a Ravens game. This man is a self-absorbed idiot who brazenly sloughed of all rules of decorum while watching a sporting event ("'Batman' streaker at Orioles and Ravens games to be jailed," Dec. 19). Fans in Baltimore do not need his kind. His disruption of games while wearing a Batman-like cape and messages penned onto his body is infuriating. He says he does his shtick to get messages across to the fans.
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By Michelle Deal-Zimmerman, The Baltimore Sun | June 12, 2012
No matter how teeny weeny the size of some bikinis, Ocean City beaches are not clothing optional. You gotta wear, well, something. You can't parade around the sand dunes completely nude or else you end up in a police report. That's what allegedly happened to Brendan Ohare, 36, (at his age, he really should know better), according to the Ocean City Police Department. At 9:26 a.m. on Monday, police responded to a report of a nude male in the public beach area near 140th and Wight streets.
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | December 19, 2012
Mark Harvey, who gained brief notoriety for running onto the field at both Camden Yards and M&T Bank Stadium, pleaded guilty to two trespassing counts Wednesday and received a short stay in jail. Reached by phone, Harvey, 26, said he will be able to spend Christmas and New Year's Day as a free man but will have to turn himself in Jan. 4 to serve his sentence. The stay will likely be brief: all but four days of a 180 sentence were suspended and Harvey already served two days at the time of his arrests.
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By Larry Carson and Larry Carson,Sun Staff Writer | June 11, 1994
Veteran Assistant Principal Stan Neumann knew just what to do when he was confronted in the Towson High School hallway Thursday afternoon by two naked, masked runners streaking toward him."I yelled, 'STOP!' " he said."We've got 1,000 kids here," Mr. Neumann explained yesterday. "I was worried that some little girl or female teacher would walk into the hall and get run over. Someone could get hurt."When neither of the young runners slowed at his command, Mr. Neumann grabbed the nearest one around the waist, taking an unintentional elbow to the forehead, which caused a small scratch, he said.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Luke Broadwater | July 11, 2011
There's this thing called "The Running of the Bulls" in Spain. And there's this thing called "streaking. " And sometimes they meet.   
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | December 19, 2012
Mark Harvey, who gained brief notoriety for running onto the field at both Camden Yards and M&T Bank Stadium, pleaded guilty to two trespassing counts Wednesday and received a short stay in jail. Reached by phone, Harvey, 26, said he will be able to spend Christmas and New Year's Day as a free man but will have to turn himself in Jan. 4 to serve his sentence. The stay will likely be brief: all but four days of a 180 sentence were suspended and Harvey already served two days at the time of his arrests.
SPORTS
By Stan Dillon and Stan Dillon,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | May 3, 1998
The Monrovia Raceway, a kart track located adjacent to the 75-80 Dragway near Carroll County, has had its ups and downs.When it is operating, the track provides young and old the opportunity to race inexpensively. About four years ago, after a brief revival, the track closed for what many thought was the final time.As the track sat abandoned, it became evident that it would take someone special to re-open the facility, someone who was dedicated to racing and was willing to put the necessary time and money into it.Now George Streaker has brought the track back to life, bigger and better than ever.
NEWS
October 11, 1996
County police searched for a streaker on the B&A Trail Wednesday without success.Police dispatchers received calls about 2 p.m. reporting a man running nude down the B&A Trail near Jumpers Hole Road. One witness told officers he had seen a nude man with blond hair run to a white pickup truck, get in and drive away, police said.Police did not find the man or the truck.Police logPasadena: Someone took eight hubcaps, all valued at $800, from two trucks parked in the 2000 block of Kurtz Ave. and the 7600 block of Paradise Beach Road overnight Tuesday.
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By John Murphy and John Murphy,SUN STAFF | January 19, 2000
Meeting the demand for more recreation space in North Carroll, the county planning commission approved plans yesterday for a 60-acre county park near Manchester. At Route 30 and Cape Horn Road, the park will include two baseball/softball fields and two multipurpose fields for soccer, football, lacrosse, field hockey and other sports. The county commissioners have allocated $433,000 for this first phase of the project. Other phases could include a hiking trail, a playground and picnic pavilions.
FEATURES
By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | September 27, 2012
Baltimore's famous streaker Mark Harvey received a surprise shout-out from Ellen DeGeneres on Tuesday when she shared the Severn resident's antics with her audience. This isn't the first time DeGeneres has mentioned Harvey on her show. In April, after he streaked at Camden Yards on the Orioles' Opening Day, DeGeneres sent him a cape and underwear. "I thought that was the last I'd ever hear of him," DeGeneres told her audience. Then she showed a clip of Harvey running on the field at the Ravens game Sunday night donning the ensemble.
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | September 24, 2012
Sunday's Ravens game at M&T Bank Stadium was briefly interrupted when a semi-nude man leaped onto the field dressed in tight Batman shorts and a cape. Mark Harvey, a 26-year-old truck driver from Severn, is no newbie when it comes to streaking: He made a similar sally onto the field at Camden Yards on the Orioles' Opening Day in April. Harvey made his move two minutes before the end of the second quarter, according to a police report. A video shot by Harvey's friends and posted to YouTube shows him jumping onto the field before heading to midfield and dancing around like a crab, then blowing kisses to the crowd.
TRAVEL
By Michelle Deal-Zimmerman, The Baltimore Sun | June 12, 2012
No matter how teeny weeny the size of some bikinis, Ocean City beaches are not clothing optional. You gotta wear, well, something. You can't parade around the sand dunes completely nude or else you end up in a police report. That's what allegedly happened to Brendan Ohare, 36, (at his age, he really should know better), according to the Ocean City Police Department. At 9:26 a.m. on Monday, police responded to a report of a nude male in the public beach area near 140th and Wight streets.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Luke Broadwater | July 11, 2011
There's this thing called "The Running of the Bulls" in Spain. And there's this thing called "streaking. " And sometimes they meet.   
NEWS
February 15, 2008
On February 13, 2008, ALICE V. PERCY, loving cousin of Donald and his wife Joan Streaker, Pat Evans and her husband, Steve and his wife Lori Streaker, Nancy and her husband David Corbitt, and William and his wife Susan Streaker, dear friend of Mary Snyder. Also survived by many loving relatives and friends. Services will be held at Holy Nativity Lutheran Church, on Saturday at 11am. Interment immediately following at Woodlawn Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, donations may be made to the Baltimore Zoo, 201 W. Baltimore St. 21201 and Holy Nativity Lutheran Church, 1200 Linden Ave. 21227.
NEWS
December 10, 2006
Some Carroll County volunteer fire companies take Santa Claus sitting atop a fire engine for a ride through their response areas. Below are schedules for three fire companies. Schedules may change due to emergencies or weather. Residents can call their local firehouse for information on Santa visits. Winfield Community Volunteer Fire Department will start about 6 p.m.: Today: Park Side development, Klees Mill Road (from Liberty Road to Bartholow Road), Old Washington Road (from Bartholow Road to Bushey Road)
FEATURES
By SARAH PEKKANEN and SARAH PEKKANEN,SUN STAFF | February 14, 2000
In the small white church with thick wooden pews, 14 couples stepped to the altar one at a time. "To have and to hold," each couple promised, "from this day forward." Fourteen blessings were bestowed by the silver-haired rector, and 14 kisses exchanged. What better way to celebrate Valentine's Day than with a renewal of wedding vows? For nearly a decade, St. Paul's Episcopal Church in Mount Airy has offered a special Mass on the Sunday before Valentine's Day. Yesterday's service appeared no different from years past: Newlyweds and couples holding children and men and women who have been married for decades all came forward to repeat vows.
SPORTS
July 5, 2006
Good morning --Maria Sharapova-- Guess the streaker didn't get the memo about the all-white dress code.
NEWS
By MELISSA HARRIS and MELISSA HARRIS,SUN REPORTER | March 12, 2006
A man wanted in the fatal stabbing of a West Friendship small-business owner has fled to a northern region of Mexico where Howard County police must navigate a lengthy and difficult legal process to retrieve him. Mexican authorities will not give up Joel Nunez Valles, 32, unless Howard County prosecutors promise not to seek the death penalty in the mid-October killing of Abolinar Avila, 50, also known as Juan Miguel Gonzalez, who ran a lawn-care business...
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