Advertisement
HomeCollectionsSugar Land
IN THE NEWS

Sugar Land

FEATURED ARTICLES
SPORTS
The Baltimore Sun | September 27, 2014
For all that's gone wrong lately in sports, there's Sean Smith. The outfielder for the York Revolution of the independent Atlantic League has played in the minor leagues for 14 seasons. He's 32. He'll likely never play in the major leagues. But on Friday night he became an Internet sensation. Smith hit a game-tying home run in the eighth inning of the Revolution's playoff game against Sugar Land, but as he hit first base he slipped, tearing his right ACL, according to reports.
ARTICLES BY DATE
SPORTS
The Baltimore Sun | September 27, 2014
For all that's gone wrong lately in sports, there's Sean Smith. The outfielder for the York Revolution of the independent Atlantic League has played in the minor leagues for 14 seasons. He's 32. He'll likely never play in the major leagues. But on Friday night he became an Internet sensation. Smith hit a game-tying home run in the eighth inning of the Revolution's playoff game against Sugar Land, but as he hit first base he slipped, tearing his right ACL, according to reports.
Advertisement
SPORTS
Sports Digest | January 19, 2014
Et cetera Brewers sign former Oriole Mark Reynolds The Milwaukee Brewers signed veteran free-agent first baseman-third baseman Mark Reynolds to a minor league deal Friday. Reynolds, a former Oriole, will get a $2 million salary with an additional $500,000 available in performance bonuses if he makes the Brewers' roster. "I talked with Mark, and he's not afraid to have to beat out somebody for a job," general manager Doug Melvin told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
SPORTS
Sports Digest | January 19, 2014
Et cetera Brewers sign former Oriole Mark Reynolds The Milwaukee Brewers signed veteran free-agent first baseman-third baseman Mark Reynolds to a minor league deal Friday. Reynolds, a former Oriole, will get a $2 million salary with an additional $500,000 available in performance bonuses if he makes the Brewers' roster. "I talked with Mark, and he's not afraid to have to beat out somebody for a job," general manager Doug Melvin told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.
SPORTS
By Bill Glauber and Bill Glauber,SUN FOREIGN STAFF | March 20, 1997
LAUSANNE, Switzerland -- Take away the agent, the personal Web site and the prospect of earning more than $1 million in the next year, and Tara Lipinski is like most any other 14-year-old figure skating phenom.She collects stuffed frogs, likes to shop and enjoys watching "Friends."And she loves to win.When the women take the ice tomorrow during the short program at this year's World Figure Skating Championships, all the attention will be focused on the 4-foot-8 1/2 , 75-pound girl who has crossed America in search of skating fame and fortune.
NEWS
October 2, 2005
On July 21, 2005, BERTHA E. GREENE (nee Wielepski) of Sugar Land, TX, formerly of Baltimore, MD. Beloved mother of Albert Greene and his wife Susan and Anthony Greene. Devoted sister of George and Alfred Wielepski, Agnes, Hilda and Irene. Graveside service will held on October 10, 10 A.M. at St. Stanislaus Cemetery.
NEWS
August 19, 2005
On Thursday, August 18, 2005, ALICE MAY WATSON, 82, loving mother, grandmother, and great-grandmother, went to be with her Lord and Savior. She is survived by her children, Everette of Gloversville, NY, Charles of Cockeysville, MD, Patricia of Citronelle, AL, Dianna and Linda of Sugar Land, TX; her sister, Annie Jordan of Taneytown, MD; seven grandchildren, Ginger, Dawn, Matthew, Christopher, Samantha, Tabitha and Alexander; and nine great-grandchildren....
BUSINESS
By Bloomberg Business News | July 26, 1994
SUGAR LAND, Texas -- Kirschner Medical Corp. rejectedTC higher takeover bid yesterday by Maxxim Medical Inc., saying a previously signed deal remained "in the best interests of Kirschner's shareholders."Maxxim raised its bid yesterday, offering $39.6 million in cash or stock, or $11.50 a share, for Timonium-based Kirschner if a definitive agreement was signed by Aug. 3. Its offer would be adjusted for any fees Kirschner might owe Biomet Inc. under a definitive agreement the two companies signed July 16.Biomet has agreed to pay $10.75 a share or the equivalent in common stock.
BUSINESS
By From Staff Reports | July 16, 1994
Biomet Inc. of Warsaw, Ind., upped its offer for the second time in a week for Timonium-based Kirschner Medical Corp.The latest Biomet offer came a day after a late entrant in the bidding, Maxxim Medical Inc., of Sugar Land, Texas, increased its offer for Kirschner.Biomet now says it is willing to purchase Kirschner's outstanding common stock for $10.75 a share, or to swap an equivalent value of Biomet stock. Maxxim's offer is $10.85 a share cash or seven of its common shares for every 10 Kirschner shares.
NEWS
September 14, 2003
NORMAN R. BOHLMAN, 75 of Sugar Land, TX, passed away on September 8, 2003. He is survived by his wife Mary Jane; sons Brian Bohlman and Luke Bohlman and his wife Mary; a daughter Jane Carlson and her husband James Carlson. He is also survived by his grandchildren Julie, Jovanna, Paul, Amanda, Timmy, Max, Sam and Trey. He is also survived by two sisters, Marie Norman, of Baltimore, MD and Jeanette Tillman, of Lewes, DE and brother Earl Bohlman, Severna Park, MD; predeceased by his sister Natalie Dahlem and brother John Bohlman.
SPORTS
By Bill Glauber and Bill Glauber,SUN FOREIGN STAFF | March 20, 1997
LAUSANNE, Switzerland -- Take away the agent, the personal Web site and the prospect of earning more than $1 million in the next year, and Tara Lipinski is like most any other 14-year-old figure skating phenom.She collects stuffed frogs, likes to shop and enjoys watching "Friends."And she loves to win.When the women take the ice tomorrow during the short program at this year's World Figure Skating Championships, all the attention will be focused on the 4-foot-8 1/2 , 75-pound girl who has crossed America in search of skating fame and fortune.
BUSINESS
By Bloomberg Business News | July 15, 1994
SUGAR LAND, Texas -- Maxxim Medical Inc. raised its offer for Kirschner Medical Corp. yesterday to about $37 million in cash or stock.Maxxim said it would pay $10.85 a share or issue seven shares of its common stock for every 10 shares in Timonium-based Kirschner. Wednesday, it had offered $10.50 a share or two of its shares for every three Kirschner shares, for a total of $36 million.Maxxim also moved up the deadline for a definitive merger agreement to July 27 from Aug. 1.Kirschner's stock closed up 37.5 cents, at $10.25, while Maxxim's stock was unchanged, at $15. Biomet Inc., whose offer was topped by Maxxim Wednesday, rose 12.5 cents, to $9.75.
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.