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By John Murphy and John Murphy,SUN STAFF | June 25, 1998
Two major subdivision proposals, the first for Carroll since passage of the county's growth-control law, will be heard today by county officials.Joel C. Kaufman, a Westminster developer, seeks to build 41 more upscale houses on his Sun Valley Farms subdivision off Cherokee Drive near Routes 27 and 26 in Taylorsville. If approved, the custom-built houses would cost $300,000 or more each and sit on 1-acre parcels.Walter D. and Sylvia B. Dell of Finksburg hope to turn 70 acres of farmland into a 47-lot subdivision near Deer Park Road and Gamber Road (Route 91)
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NEWS
September 14, 2003
Carroll County Department of Public Works has announced road construction projects for this week. For information on the projects below, contact Carroll County Bureau of Engineering at 410-386-2171. Shoulder work: John Hyde, John Shelby and Jasontown roads from Springdale Road to Route 852; Deer Park Road from Route 32 to the Baltimore County line; Grave Run Road from Baltimore County to the state line; Oklahoma Road from Route 26 to Mineral Hill Road. Storm drain work and paving: Iron Gate Subdivision, all streets; Stone House Village subdivision, all streets; Streamwood Subdivision, all streets; Cabbage Spring Road from Gillis Falls Road to Route 27. Paving: Sun Valley Subdivision, all streets.
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By TaNoah V. Sterling and TaNoah V. Sterling,SUN STAFF | November 30, 1995
A clerk and a customer at the Dollar Store in the Sun Valley Shopping Center thwarted a thief Tuesday, county police said yesterday.The clerk, Marcia L. Valor, was working the register at the store shortly before 7:30 p.m. when a man reached into her open register drawer and grabbed a handful of money. Ms. Valor grabbed the man's hand and pulled the money back, police said.The man tried again, but a customer, identified as Kenneth Treasure, grabbed the man and struggled with him. The man broke free and ran north on Baltimore Annapolis Boulevard, police said.
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March 30, 1994
A man armed with a knife robbed several cashiers at the Box-n-Save store in Sun Valley Monday evening, county police reported yesterday.The robber walked into the store in the 7900 block of Baltimore-Annapolis Boulevard at 6:28 p.m. and threatened several cashiers with a knife.He climbed over a wall to the office area and took several purses before trying to escape out the back door of the store.Police said he could not get the door open and ran to the front door where he confronted a customer and stole her purse.
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By Kris Antonelli and Kris Antonelli,Staff writer | November 10, 1991
County police say a man who escaped from police custody in Septembermay be responsible for as many as 10 armed robberies in the last twomonths.Detectives have stepped up their search for Anthony JamesFreeland, 20, whom they say has robbed five businesses in North County, said Sgt. George Johnson, head of the robbery squad.Johnson said witnesses identified Freeland as the man who robbed Sunset Liquors in Glen Burnie Oct. 31, a Subway restaurant in Maryland City Oct. 30, a Subway restaurant in Hanover Oct. 22, and the Subway restaurant in Sun Valley Oct. 30."
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December 30, 1992
POLICE LOG* Acreslee: Burglars stole an undetermined amount of money from the Wonder Bread store in the 7100 block of Furnace Branch Road sometime between Thursday night and Saturday.Glen Burnie: Thieves pried open the cigarette machine and the jukebox at J. J. Tavern in the 8000 block of First St. Friday night to remove an unknown amount of cash.* Glen Burnie: Burglars took two video cameras and a videocassette recorder, worth $3,490, from an apartment in the 7800 block of Bruton Drive Sunday.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | January 30, 2013
Richard W. Ganoczy, a retired draftsman and Coast Guard veteran, died Jan 21 of cancer at Homestead of Sun Valley, a Sykesville assisted-living facility. He was 73. Mr. Ganoczy was born and raised in New York City, where he graduated from public schools. After serving in the Coast Guard from 1958 to 1964, Mr. Ganoczy moved to Washington, where he worked as a graphic artist for WTOP-TV. During the 1960s, he attended District of Columbia Teachers College. He later studied at the University of Florida in Gainesville and earned a bachelor's degree from Frostburg State University.
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By Donald G. Vitek | December 13, 1990
"Everyone enjoys it," Betty Moore said of the Sunday morning Youth-Adult League at Fair Lanes Southdale. "The kids really enjoy bowling with mom and dad and the parents can bowl without any pressure on them."Moore, her husband Dave and her two daughters, Melinda and Jennifer, make up two of the teams in the league, so there are times when the mother-daughter team of Betty and Jenny face Dave and Mindy in the league play.And Betty says, "We enjoy it as a family. We look forward to bowling as a family."
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October 18, 2008
Demrick Paul Mayes, owner of a tile installation company who enjoyed cooking, died Oct. 11 at Prince George's Hospital Center in Cheverly of complications from a cardiac arrest he suffered three months ago. The Arnold resident was 47. Mr. Mayes, who was known as Rick, was born in Baltimore and raised in the Sun Valley neighborhood of Anne Arundel County. After graduating from Glen Burnie High School in 1979, he went to work for several tile contractors before establishing his own company, R&M Tile Installation, in 2006.
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July 8, 1992
Congratulations to Cornelius J. Behan. At a ceremony in Sun Valley, Idaho, the Baltimore County police chief recently received the first John M. Penrith Award from the FBI's international center for law enforcement executives.The award, which recognizes Mr. Behan's contributions to the police profession, came with a crystal eagle and a check for $5,000. It is made in memory of a slain burglary victim whose son now heads the FBI's Newark office."Neil has that kind of respect. He is viewed as a mentor in law enforcement," said Bobby R. Gillham, who directs the bureau's Maryland-Delaware office.
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