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May 15, 2008
Suddenly on May 13, 2008, PATRICIA MARY LANE,
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Peter Schmuck | August 9, 2014
Suddenly, it seems like it's all right there for the taking, and everyone - the Orioles, their fans and maybe even their closest competition - senses the leaves are going to turn orange and black in the fall. The Orioles moved to six games ahead in the American League East on Saturday with a resounding, 10-3 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals, in which they flexed their considerable muscles for the second day in a row before a national television audience. The Orioles now have the third-best record in baseball and the biggest lead of any of the six divisions.
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August 12, 2007
Suddenly, on Monday, July 30, 2007, Andy Barda Funeral services will be held in Charlotte, NC.
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By Colin Campbell, The Baltimore Sun | July 8, 2014
One child was killed and eight others were injured by falling tree branches at a Christian summer camp in Carroll County during Tuesday night's storm, a fire department spokesman said. The children were on their way inside at River Valley Ranch in the 4400 block of Grave Run Rd. in Manchester around 7 p.m. when heavy winds brought branches from several trees down on top of them, said Donald Fair, public information officer for the Lineboro Volunteer Fire Department. Fair called the storm "very sudden" and said it caused "massive damage to the trees" in the area.
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December 29, 2008
Suddenly on December 27, 2008, Nancy Parker Interment private. Send condolences to www.ambrosefuneralhomes.com
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June 4, 2003
LOUISE WINIFRED STEVENS, died suddenly May, 28, 2003. Services at Garden of Faith Chapel at 12 P.M., June 6.
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March 2, 2006
Good morning --NFL players -- With so many of you suddenly about to be looking for jobs, have you thought of Monster.com?
NEWS
December 16, 2007
WILLIAM BOZEL, JR., born September 22, 1926 in Balitmore, MD, died suddenly November 27, 2007 in Cairo, GA. He was a proud career United States Marine. Private interment was held in Tallahassee, Florida on December 1, 2007.
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June 7, 2006
ARNETHA JEFFERSON, passed away suddenly on June 1, 2006. Wife of Paul Jefferson. Mother of Malachi (Dusty) Jefferson, Stephanie Bannerman and Nacola Jefferson. There will be a memorial service held on June 9, 2006 at the Gospel Tabernacle Church, 206 Balnew Ave., Baltimore, MD from 4 to 6 P.M.
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June 26, 1994
In Thursday's article on O. J. Simpson memorabilia, Jerry Warner of Mack the Plaque was quoted as being critical of some collectors. He was referring only to people who suddenly wanted Simpson items because of the notoriety of the murder charges against him.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | April 16, 2014
During a 7-0 opening stretch, Maryland averaged 13.1 goals per game. Since then, the Terps are 2-2 and have scored 10.5 goals per game - a number that would drop to 7.7 if a 19-6 thumping of Robert Morris on April 2 was left out of the equation. The sudden power outage is eerily similar to last year's progression, as that squad scored at least 10 goals in its first six games before failing to reach the double-digit mark in six of the last eight. But coach John Tillman did not sound alarmed about the offense's inability to find success against No. 7 North Carolina (eight goals in a three-goal loss)
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Scott Calvert, The Baltimore Sun | February 17, 2014
In October 2012, a Baltimore City firefighter was caught in a sudden burst of flames, suffering burns to his head, neck, shoulder, face and hand, according to a summary provided by the city. The firefighter has since won a workers' compensation award that the city anticipates will total $624,0000, making it the costliest claim filed by a city employee in the last fiscal year, records show. All told, the city expects to pay more than $35 million for 3,700 claims, with the bulk compensating for lost wages, medical bills and permanent physical injury.
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By Robert B. Reich | January 15, 2014
Fifty years ago, when Lyndon Johnson declared war on poverty, the poor were different -- "other," as in Michael Harrington's seminal book of 1962, "The Other America. " That's no longer the case. After the War on Poverty ended, Republicans told working-class whites that their hard-earned tax dollars were being siphoned off to pay for "welfare queens" (as Ronald Reagan decorously dubbed a black single woman on welfare) and other nefarious loafers. The poor were "them" -- lazy, dependent on government handouts and overwhelmingly black -- in sharp contrast to "us," who were working ever harder, proudly independent (even sending wives and mothers to work in order to prop up family incomes dragged down by shrinking male paychecks)
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Peter Schmuck | January 4, 2014
Even with the final seconds ticking away and the unhappy outcome of the Football Championship Subdivision championship game long since assured, there were no heads hanging among the Towson faithful gathered at Mother's Peninsula Grille in Arnold. The Tigers hit the ground running and, for a large chunk of the first half, seemed destined to embarrass the oddsmakers who had made them a huge underdog against the two-time defending FCS-champion Bison of North Dakota State. But their title hopes unraveled late in the second quarter, and the Bison three-peat came even easier than the double-digit point spread gave reason to expect.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | December 29, 2013
The final group of Ravens started trickling out of the visiting locker room at Paul Brown Stadium Sunday evening, heading first to Baltimore and then into an offseason that started far earlier than it expected. For the first time since 2007, the Ravens will be at home when the postseason begins, their season ending with a 34-17 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. With their elimination, the Ravens become the fourth reigning Super Bowl champion in the past eight years to not make the playoffs the following season.
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By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | November 29, 2013
In a Ravens locker room flooded with a mixture of excitement, frustration and relief late Thursday night, running back Ray Rice sent a message to those who had already forecast his team's demise. "The Ravens are back," he said, swept up in the emotion of the team's biggest win all season. Their postseason hopes on life support less than two weeks ago, the Ravens woke up Friday in the AFC's sixth-and-final playoff slot. A pulsating 22-20 victory over the rival Pittsburgh Steelers on Thanksgiving night, secured when Emmanuel Sanders dropped a potential game-tying, two-point conversion with a little more than a minute to go, gets the Ravens back to the .500 mark at 6-6. Regardless of what happens Sunday with the AFC's four 5-6 teams, the Ravens will have possession of the sixth spot heading into their next game on Dec.8 against the Minnesota Vikings at M&T Bank Stadium, thanks to their 6-4 conference record.
NEWS
June 16, 2006
On June 1, 2006, SHIRLEY ELSIERDONEGHY, died suddenly of a heart attack after collapsing in her home. Surviving is a loving sister, Carole Doneghy of New York City. There will be a memorial service at Metropolitan UM Church, 1121 W. Lanvale Street, Monday, June 19, 6 P.M.
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By Clarence Page | May 14, 1996
WASHINGTON -- Your 6-year-old son has been playing quietly with Power Rangers and his other beloved action figures on the recreation-room carpet.Suddenly his face, a little peachy-cheeked replica of your own, looks up at you curiously.Then he slowly asks you a question that just sucks the breath right out of you.''Dad,'' he says, ''is Grandpa going to die?''A chain of questions races through your head: What does he know? How much has he heard? What should I say?So you answer his question with a question: ''Wh-Why do you ask?
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By Matthew Hay Brown, The Baltimore Sun | November 22, 2013
A civilian employee of the Naval Academy died Friday after falling unconscious on campus, the academy said. The woman, a member of the food service staff, was found unresponsive at about 5 a.m. in the kitchen area of King Hall, the academy said in a release. Another employee administered CPR until paramedics arrived, the academy said. The employee was taken to Anne Arundel Medical Center in Annapolis, where she was pronounced dead. The academy did not release the woman's name or any other details.
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October 19, 2013
At the beginning of the year, the Port of Baltimore was on a roll. At Seagirt Marine Terminal, the ribbon was cut on a 50-foot-deep berth financed by a $1.3 billion public-private partnership between the port and Ports America Chesapeake. The investment positioned Baltimore to be a major East Coast port of call for the larger ships expected in 2014 when the Panama Canal's expansion is completed. The port was doing record business: 9.55 million tons of cargo over the past fiscal year and a surge in the cruise business, too. The biggest concern was about how the port would find room to expand - and even that challenge looked like it would soon be met at Coke Point, the former iron ore pier at Sparrows Point, with plans to convert it into an automobile terminal and replace some of the 2,000 jobs lost when the steelmaking facility went out of business last year.
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