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April 8, 1992
A gunman robbed a Baltimore woman outside a Glen Burnie bank Monday night, police said.Detectives said the woman was about to depositmoney in the night deposit box at a Maryland National Bank in the Sun Valley shopping center when the bandit walked up and demanded the bag.He grabbed it out of her hand and ran to a car driven by another man.Police described the robber as white, about 5 feet 10 inches tall, dressed in a dark blue or black hooded sweat shirt...
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By Lorraine Mirabella and Pamela Wood and The Baltimore Sun | October 3, 2014
When the new six-screen, 752-seat cinema opens in mid-November in the Sun Valley Shopping Center in Glen Burnie, it will be the second theater in the community operated by the same man. Ira Miller, president of Sun Valley Movie Theaters Inc., also owns Marley Station Movies in Glen Burnie. The Sun Valley 6, which will show first-run discounted movies, is under construction as part of the remodeling of the center at the intersection of Mountain Road and Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard.
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FEATURES
By Petey O'Donnell | May 26, 1991
Twenty miles north of Sun Valley, Idaho, the sun is slowly setting on the headwaters of the Big Wood River. On a littlebeaver pond here, about a quarter mile east of nowhere on Highway 75, a trout rises to the shimmering surface. I gently flick my rod, whipping the fly out oh so lightly, 10 yards in front of it. Perfect, I think, as the ripples fan out across the dusky clouds, thick as oil paint, reflecting on the water. A Hemingway moment.Then guide Ritchie Thurston breaks in: "C'mon, you turkey."
NEWS
By Lorraine Mirabella and The Baltimore Sun | September 30, 2014
A six-screen, 752-seat theater showing first-run discounted movies will open in mid-November in the Sun Valley Shopping Center in Glen Burnie. The Sun Valley 6 is under construction as part of the remodeling of the center at the intersection of Mountain Road and Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard, said Ira Miller, president of Sun Valley Movie Theaters Inc., on Tuesday. Sun Valley will feature stadium seating, surround sound and 3-D capability in two large and four smaller theaters.
NEWS
October 12, 1994
The Maryland National Bank at the Sun Valley Shopping Center in the 7900 block of Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd. was robbed yesterday, authorities said.A man walked up to a teller's window about 10:30 a.m. and presented a handwritten note demanding money. He told the teller he had a gun but never displayed one, police said. The teller gave an undisclosed amount of money to the man, who then fled, authorities said.Customers in the bank at the time did not realize what had happened, police said, and no one was injured.
TRAVEL
By Randall Weissman and Randall Weissman,Chicago Tribune | December 16, 2007
SUN VALLEY, IDAHO -- Pause at the top of Bald Mountain on a brilliant day and it's clear how the Sawtooth Range got its name -- its silver peaks glistening in the sunlight high above the Ketchum Valley that spreads out below. It's just as easy to see why Averill Harriman chose this area for Sun Valley, America's first destination ski resort. In 1935, the Union Pacific chairman had commissioned a young Austrian, Felix Schaff-gotsch, to find a suitable location for a winter resort to draw rail passengers to the West.
NEWS
March 15, 1993
POLICE LOG* Bellhaven Beach: A handgun was taken from a home in the 8000 block of Maywood Drive Wednesday night.* Riviera Beach: Burglars broke into a home in the 8500 block of Beacon Point Road Wednesday and took a video cassette recorder valued at $350.* Rockwood Beach: Tools valued at $1,005 were stolen from a shed behind a home in the 7500 block ofRock Creek Way Tuesday night.* Sun Valley: Burglars stole $40 from a home in the 8200 block of Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard Tuesday.
NEWS
March 10, 1994
POLICE LOG* Pasadena: Burglars stole about $500 in fishing equipment from a home in the 1600 block of Marley Ave. between March 1 and Sunday.* Freetown: Burglars broke into a home in the 7900 block of New Freetown Road Sunday or Monday and took a TV set, tools and a gold Elvis bracelet, all valued at $425, and $230 cash.* Sun Valley: A television and other property, all valued at $600 , were stolen from a home in the 300 block of Addison Road between 1:30 a.m. and 7 a.m. Tuesday.
NEWS
June 4, 1993
POLICE LOG* Glen Burnie Mall: Burglars broke into a 1990 Ford truck that was in the parking lot of Toys R' Us Tuesday and took a bag of groceries and other property valued at $76.* Sun Valley: Burglars broke into a shed behind a home in the 900 block of Blakistone Road between Monday and Wednesday and took a lawn mower and other property valued at $800.* Glen Burnie: Thieves took a lawn tractor from the backyard of a home in the 400 block of Lincoln Ave. Wednesday, police reported. The tractor was valued at $1,300.
NEWS
December 6, 1996
Samuel C. Brownstein, 87, who guided millions of high school seniors through Scholastic Aptitude Tests, died Monday in Waban, Mass. He co-wrote "Barron's How to Prepare for the S.A.T," which is in its 18th edition and has sold more than 4 million copies.He taught biological sciences at two Brooklyn high schools. In the early 1950s, Mr. Brownstein and a fellow teacher, Mitchel Weiner, began offering classes on how to prepare for college entrance exams. They soon were conducting 10 tutoring sessions a week.
SPORTS
By Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | July 22, 2012
July 27, 2003: On an overcast day in Cooperstown, N.Y., former Orioles slugger Eddie Murray is enshrined in the Baseball Hall of Fame and gives a heartfelt speech to the crowd of 18,000. "I had a dream as a kid, and I actually lived that dream," says Murray, who led Baltimore to a world championship in 1983. July 25, 1987: Eddie Murray's home run off Bret Saberhagen, the major leagues' winningest pitcher, gives the Orioles their 11th consecutive win - a 4-3 victory over the visiting Kansas City Royals.
TRAVEL
By Randall Weissman and Randall Weissman,Chicago Tribune | December 16, 2007
SUN VALLEY, IDAHO -- Pause at the top of Bald Mountain on a brilliant day and it's clear how the Sawtooth Range got its name -- its silver peaks glistening in the sunlight high above the Ketchum Valley that spreads out below. It's just as easy to see why Averill Harriman chose this area for Sun Valley, America's first destination ski resort. In 1935, the Union Pacific chairman had commissioned a young Austrian, Felix Schaff-gotsch, to find a suitable location for a winter resort to draw rail passengers to the West.
NEWS
By Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan and Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan,SUN STAFF | August 6, 1997
As a Sun Valley community leader, Attilio "Archie" Mazzatenta had started a program to repair seniors' homes and lobbied the Anne Arundel County Council for a grant to renovate a rundown apartment complex residents felt was attracting drug dealers.So when Mazzatenta, president of the neighborhood's improvement association, died in March two months after being diagnosed with bone cancer, his wife, Ann, wasn't the only one who felt lost."Her husband had done such a fantastic job that we weren't sure where the community was going," said Cookie Welch, who lives in the small Glen Burnie neighborhood of about 460 homes.
NEWS
December 13, 1996
A Pasadena man foiled a carjacking Wednesday when he punched his assailant and ran, county police said.Charles Patrick Miller, 24, of Lipins Corner told police he was leaving the Rite Aid Store at the Sun Valley Shopping Center in the 7900 block of Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd. about 8 p.m. when a man approached.The man implied he had a gun and demanded Miller's keys, police said. Miller turned round, punched the man in the face, and ran back into the Rite Aid to call police.The man fled. Police do not have a detailed description of him.Gunman robs gas station on Fort Smallwood RoadA gunman robbed a Pasadena gas station of an undisclosed amount of money yesterday, county police said.
NEWS
December 6, 1996
Samuel C. Brownstein, 87, who guided millions of high school seniors through Scholastic Aptitude Tests, died Monday in Waban, Mass. He co-wrote "Barron's How to Prepare for the S.A.T," which is in its 18th edition and has sold more than 4 million copies.He taught biological sciences at two Brooklyn high schools. In the early 1950s, Mr. Brownstein and a fellow teacher, Mitchel Weiner, began offering classes on how to prepare for college entrance exams. They soon were conducting 10 tutoring sessions a week.
NEWS
April 28, 1995
A moonlighting county police officer arrested a Glen Burnie man on burglary and drug charges Wednesday morning after a woman reported that he had tried to break into her apartment, police said.Northern District Officer David Frendlich was working security at the Valley Brook Apartments in the 200 block of Southbridge Drive around 1:05 a.m. when he received a call of a breaking and entering in progress.Officer Frendlich confronted a man holding a tire iron on the stairs of one of the buildings.
NEWS
By Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan and Cheryl Lu-Lien Tan,SUN STAFF | August 6, 1997
As a Sun Valley community leader, Attilio "Archie" Mazzatenta had started a program to repair seniors' homes and lobbied the Anne Arundel County Council for a grant to renovate a rundown apartment complex residents felt was attracting drug dealers.So when Mazzatenta, president of the neighborhood's improvement association, died in March two months after being diagnosed with bone cancer, his wife, Ann, wasn't the only one who felt lost."Her husband had done such a fantastic job that we weren't sure where the community was going," said Cookie Welch, who lives in the small Glen Burnie neighborhood of about 460 homes.
NEWS
By Kevin Harrison | March 26, 1995
Jean and John Settino of Sun ValleyThe Volunteers: Jean and John Settino, longtime residents of Sun Valley, are volunteers for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Debra Klipsch Memorial Walk-Relay.The couple have lived in the area for over 35 years, raising three children. Mr. Settino is retired from the Department of Defense.The couple also tutor students in math at Freetown Elementary School.Shirley Murphy, a friend and walk volunteer, writes that the Settinos are a "great pair of people. . . . They've been active with this particular event for a couple of years.
NEWS
By Kevin Harrison | March 26, 1995
Jean and John Settino of Sun ValleyThe Volunteers: Jean and John Settino, longtime residents of Sun Valley, are volunteers for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Debra Klipsch Memorial Walk-Relay.The couple have lived in the area for over 35 years, raising three children. Mr. Settino is retired from the Department of Defense.The couple also tutor students in math at Freetown Elementary School.Shirley Murphy, a friend and walk volunteer, writes that the Settinos are a "great pair of people. . . . They've been active with this particular event for a couple of years.
NEWS
October 12, 1994
The Maryland National Bank at the Sun Valley Shopping Center in the 7900 block of Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd. was robbed yesterday, authorities said.A man walked up to a teller's window about 10:30 a.m. and presented a handwritten note demanding money. He told the teller he had a gun but never displayed one, police said. The teller gave an undisclosed amount of money to the man, who then fled, authorities said.Customers in the bank at the time did not realize what had happened, police said, and no one was injured.
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