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By Lynn Anderson and Lynn Anderson,SUN STAFF | January 16, 2004
Painfully cold Arctic air gripped the Northeast and dipped into Maryland yesterday - forcing shelters in Baltimore to stay open all night, trapping ferries in ice in New York, and prompting warnings to bundle up from Maine to Washington. Thermometers overnight registered single digits from the northern reaches of the Mid-Atlantic - and in an extreme case, 36 degrees below zero at Saranac Lake, N.Y. Baltimore was blasted with icy air from the Canadian frontier, forcing many people to stay indoors despite illusory sunshine.
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By Colin Campbell, The Baltimore Sun | January 19, 2014
A Johns Hopkins University student was stabbed several times during a fight at a house party just off campus early Sunday morning, according to police. A campus-wide security alert said the fight broke out in the basement of a house in the 3200 block of N. Charles St. at 1:41 a.m. The suspect left after the stabbing and has not been found by university and city police who searched the area, the alert said. The suspect was described as a 25-year-old white man around 5-foot-10 and 220 pounds with dark hair.
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FEATURES
By Mary Corey | September 23, 1991
York, Pa. -- After being cooped up in the house, Loney and Miss D. long to take a spin on a motorcycle. Never mind that the night is chilly: Sweat shirts and vinyl skullcaps keep them warm. Loney tugs at his goggles as they round a bend near the corner pharmacy. Then they both smile, even slobber a bit, as the Honda GoldWing zooms off into the distance at 50 mph. Ah, this is the life . . .The dogs' life, that is.nTC You've heard of a bicycle built for two, but what about a motorcycle made for three?
NEWS
By Gadi Dechter and Gadi Dechter,Sun reporter | July 31, 2007
OCEAN CITY -- To Ocean City's tourist trade, Classic Taxi co-owner Christy L. Freeman presented herself as a flirtatious NASCAR mom who could keep her customer's secrets. "We have hauled everyone from famous singers to the general lay worker," she wrote on the five-year-old company's Web site, which features an image of Freeman as a suggestive sorceress. "Everybody has a story and we hear it all ... but you didn't hear that from me." But the story police told about the 37-year-old woman yesterday - that she had stowed the remains of a stillborn baby and at least three more small bodies in and around her house - was so disturbing, so discordant with even her detractors' perceptions of her, that it has scandalized a devil-may-care beach town.
SPORTS
By Ed Waldman and Ed Waldman,SUN STAFF | January 1, 2004
Rick Preston estimates he has spent more than $4,000 on Ravens gear since 1996, but there he was yesterday morning, pawing through the racks of jerseys, jackets and T-shirts at Modell's Sporting Goods in the Arundel Mills mall. "I don't have division championship stuff," said Preston, 47, who lives in New Market in Frederick County and also said he wears only Ravens apparel from the time training camp opens until the season ends. Preston, a Verizon technician who was wearing a black Ravens cap and a black Ravens fleece over a black Ravens shirt, could be excused for not yet having the latest look.
NEWS
April 23, 1993
County police have charged a 35-year-old Baltimore man with breaking into into Joanne's Perfectionary Store in Brooklyn Park on April 5.Police said yesterday they charged Gary Samuel Styles, of the 200 block of Audrey Ave., with one count of breaking and entering.Two alleged accomplices, Howard R. Baines II, 22, of the 100 block of W. Ostend St. and John Emerson Trebes, 32, of the 3800 block of Potee St., both of Baltimore, were arrested April 8. Mr. Baines was charged with one count of breaking and entering.
NEWS
By Amy L. Miller and Amy L. Miller,Staff Writer | July 11, 1993
Along with the rest of the environmental movement, Doris Edwards is getting back to nature.The 14-year owner of Ducks 'n Stuff in Finksburg is adding a line of shirts printed with natural materials to the designer sweat shirts she offers at area craft shows and fairs."
NEWS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | March 24, 1996
Though they had received two letters this month from Baltimore police ordering them to cease and desist, 30 vendors at the Patapsco Flea Market were arrested yesterday morning and charged with selling counterfeit clothing.More than 60 Baltimore police officers and private investigators dressed in military fatigues raided the popular small-business venue at Patapsco Avenue and Annapolis Road about 8: 50 a.m.They confiscated more than $1 million worth of what police said was counterfeit Nike, Timberland, and Tommy Hilfiger clothing.
NEWS
March 27, 2005
Management program offers incentive to farmers The Natural Resources Conservation Service in Maryland is offering a $1,000 incentive payment to farmers who are willing to develop a Comprehensive Nutrient Management Program. The payment is offered through the 2005 Environmental Quality Incentive Program. The conservation service will have participants' plans written for them at no cost. The goal of the management program is to protect water quality, obtain beneficial use from animal manure and minimize impact on the environment and public health from animal-feeding operations.
NEWS
October 20, 1992
* Town Center: 10300 block of Little Patuxent Parkway: Someone stole a $180 electric handsaw and a $200 red metal tool box Thursday from a 1989 Toyota truck at The Mall.* 9700 block of Clocktower Lane: Someone stole a $600 Alpine AM-FM cassette, CD players and two Alpine rear speakers valued at $200 from a vehicle between Oct. 13 and Oct. 14.* 10300 block of Little Patuxent Parkway: A woman was spotted stuffing sweat pants (valued at $107.94) and two sweat shirts (valued at $35.98) in a bag at The Athlete's Foot on Saturday.
NEWS
By FROM BALTIMORESUN.COM AND SUN STAFF | April 4, 2006
Baltimore County police said today they have found a sweat-shirt believed to belong to a man wanted in the alleged rape of a 90-year-old woman in Cockeysville last week. According to police, a man knocked on the door of the woman's home in the 10500 block of Howard Ave. between 8 a.m. and 8:30 a.m. last Thursday. When she answered, the man asked her for a light for his cigarette and then forced his way into her home and raped her on her bed, police said. The man robbed the woman of her purse and an undisclosed amount of cash.
FEATURES
By MARY MCNAMARA and MARY MCNAMARA,LOS ANGELES TIMES | February 24, 2006
HOLLYWOOD -- The host gets the photo shoot, the nominees get the luncheon and the winners, of course, get the Oscars. But the people who make the Academy Awards telecast possible get the cool Oscar gear - sweat shirts and hats emblazoned with the show's number and famous logo. That and all the assorted "truck food" they can eat. The Academy Awards show is consistently the largest entertainment-driven live broadcast in the world, and it takes roughly 1,000 people to make it happen. At this year's production meeting, there were more than 200 in the room, representing the disparate areas of expertise the show requires, from the medical staff to the stage manager, from the set designer to the telephone technician, the limousine coordinator to the director.
NEWS
March 27, 2005
Management program offers incentive to farmers The Natural Resources Conservation Service in Maryland is offering a $1,000 incentive payment to farmers who are willing to develop a Comprehensive Nutrient Management Program. The payment is offered through the 2005 Environmental Quality Incentive Program. The conservation service will have participants' plans written for them at no cost. The goal of the management program is to protect water quality, obtain beneficial use from animal manure and minimize impact on the environment and public health from animal-feeding operations.
FEATURES
By Kevin Cowherd | March 25, 2004
OH, YOU gotta love Donald Trump. The Donald is the sort of guy who hears himself called shallow, narcissistic and vulgarly ostentatious and thinks: "They say that like it's a bad thing." The man has absolutely no shame. In fact, the only person in the whole country with less shame is his hair stylist. In another stunning example of rich-guy greed, America's favorite billionaire real-estate tycoon is now attempting to trademark the phrase "You're fired" that he utters on his popular TV reality show The Apprentice.
NEWS
By Lynn Anderson and Lynn Anderson,SUN STAFF | January 16, 2004
Painfully cold Arctic air gripped the Northeast and dipped into Maryland yesterday - forcing shelters in Baltimore to stay open all night, trapping ferries in ice in New York, and prompting warnings to bundle up from Maine to Washington. Thermometers overnight registered single digits from the northern reaches of the Mid-Atlantic - and in an extreme case, 36 degrees below zero at Saranac Lake, N.Y. Baltimore was blasted with icy air from the Canadian frontier, forcing many people to stay indoors despite illusory sunshine.
SPORTS
By Ed Waldman and Ed Waldman,SUN STAFF | January 1, 2004
Rick Preston estimates he has spent more than $4,000 on Ravens gear since 1996, but there he was yesterday morning, pawing through the racks of jerseys, jackets and T-shirts at Modell's Sporting Goods in the Arundel Mills mall. "I don't have division championship stuff," said Preston, 47, who lives in New Market in Frederick County and also said he wears only Ravens apparel from the time training camp opens until the season ends. Preston, a Verizon technician who was wearing a black Ravens cap and a black Ravens fleece over a black Ravens shirt, could be excused for not yet having the latest look.
NEWS
February 10, 1991
MOUNT AIRY -- Marie Sanbower doesn't have any relatives in the Persian Gulf war, but she does have a lot of friends who do and who want to show their support for the military.So she was very surprised when, within three days, she sold 248 "Support Our Troops" sweat shirts at the MountAiry Bowling Center where she bowls two nights a week and subs two other nights."I have a day care, and one of my children came in one day wearing one of these shirts. So I called her grandmother to find out where she got it," Sanbower said.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Mike Himowitz | September 12, 2002
I've been writing about technology for 17 years, give or take, but I never cease to be amazed by its potential to improve the human condition. Consider last week's announcement of yet another astonishing breakthrough from IBM. You may have read about it. No, no, it wasn't the emergency response system IBM is building for the nation's capital, or its work on the world's most powerful electron microscope, or its nanotube transistors, or its research into...
ENTERTAINMENT
By Mike Himowitz | September 12, 2002
I've been writing about technology for 17 years, give or take, but I never cease to be amazed by its potential to improve the human condition. Consider last week's announcement of yet another astonishing breakthrough from IBM. You may have read about it. No, no, it wasn't the emergency response system IBM is building for the nation's capital, or its work on the world's most powerful electron microscope, or its nanotube transistors, or its research into...
BUSINESS
By Gus G. Sentementes and Gus G. Sentementes,SUN STAFF | January 14, 2001
Stan Lynch was among the throng of shoppers at J. C. Penney in White Marsh rummaging through tables and racks brimming with Baltimore Ravens T-shirts and sweat shirts. "They don't have the golf shirt I'm looking for, so I'm going to get a sweat shirt," Lynch, 30, a Baltimore police officer, said last week. He wanted it because he will be host for a game party for friends at his home, as the Ravens play the Oakland Raiders for the AFC Championship today. Ravens fans' enthusiasm has been a touchdown for some Baltimore-area businesses.
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