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By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,SUN STAFF | March 28, 1996
For almost a century, the Mount Tabor Good Samaritan Lodge weathered years of battering rains, harsh winds, and the wear and tear of its members.Now, the two-story, gable-roofed lodge on St. Stephens Church Road in Crownsville will get a much-needed face lift, thanks to a $5,000 grant from Preservation Maryland."
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By Ross Peddicord and Ross Peddicord,Sun Staff Writer | May 8, 1995
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- Michael Tabor paced outside Barn 44 at Churchill Downs yesterday morning, portable phone in one hand, the other hand gesticulating wildly.Tabor was on the phone to England, eager to get the results from the English 1,000 Guineas -- won by a daughter of Gulch named Harayir -- and still was pumped up from the day before, when his Gulch colt, Thunder Gulch at 24-1 odds, had won the Kentucky Derby.Tabor's trainer, D. Wayne Lukas, already had held court with the press -- announcing that both Thunder Gulch and Timber Country, his one-three Derby finishers, respectively, are ready to run one-two in the Preakness, perhaps in different order.
NEWS
By From Staff Reports | July 16, 1994
Property crimes detail records 300 arrestsBALTIMORE -- A police detail set up to track down suspects in property crimes completed its work this week, having made more than 200 arrests the past three months.The Property Crime Apprehension Unit -- a squad of two detectives from the property crimes section and two officers from the Southeastern District assigned for three months -- found suspects who had warrants outstanding against them for crimes such as burglary and theft, said Sgt. Michael Tabor of the property crimes unit.
NEWS
June 6, 1994
A 38-year-old Washington man was charged with first-degree murder yesterday in the stabbing death of a woman in her Glen Burnie apartment.Police said the victim, 34-year-old Mary Gadson, was found stabbed to death after a struggle in the apartment in the 7800 block of Tall Pines Court that she, at one time, had shared with the suspect, Thomas General Jr. of the 1600 block of N. Capital St.Detective Sgt. Rick Tabor, of the county police, said that the two...
NEWS
By Joan Jacobson and Joan Jacobson,Sun Staff Writer | May 17, 1994
City officials and local pawnbrokers apparently have reached an agreement to toughen the law that regulates Baltimore's pawnshops by increasing penalties for unscrupulous owners and halting the spread of the businesses.The proposal would overhaul Baltimore's pawn law for the first time since 1921, said Sgt. Mike Tabor, who oversees the Police Department's pawn unit and is the driving force behind the change.A hearing on the bill yesterday illustrated the broad agreement among the industry, police and city officials.
NEWS
By Donna E. Boller and Donna E. Boller,Staff Writer | May 25, 1993
The clock is reaching 9:30 a.m. and Rebecca A. Brown hasn't yet been able to pick up her state-issue, navy blue nursing bag and get out where she wants to be, with her patients.She's stuck in her office at the Carroll County Health Department, filling out forms and making calls to let the patients' families know what time she'll be there. And, she still has to stop at the Washington Heights Pharmacy and pick up some catheter drainage bags because her supplies didn't come.Mrs. Brown is a home health nurse.
NEWS
By John A. Morris and John A. Morris,Staff Writer | January 14, 1993
Rick Tabor, whose brother-in-law was killed by a man with a history of violent crimes, wants to slam shut what he calls the judicial system's "revolving door."And state Delegates John Astle, D-Annapolis, and Phillip D. Bissett, R-Mayo, want to help him. They have introduced legislation to prohibit district court commissioners from releasing suspects who are arrested for violent crimes if they already are on parole or probation for another violent crime.Mr. Tabor's brother-in-law, Dan Heiser, was murdered Nov. 16 during the armed robbery of a Catonsville gas station.
NEWS
July 21, 1992
Two men -- including the longtime spokesman for the Maryland comptroller's office -- were injured last night when the roof of a garage they were shoring up in Linthicum Heights collapsed, trapping one of them, officials said.Marvin A. Bond, director of public affairs for the comptroller, was able to free himself from the debris after the roof of the garage behind his home in the 200 block of W. Greenwood Road fell in about 7:13 p.m., officials said.Mr. Bond's brother-in-law, Craig A. Tabor, 31, was trapped for 10 minutes before rescue crews freed him from the debris of the garage, said Anne Arundel Fire Capt.
FEATURES
By John Dorsey and John Dorsey,Art Critic | March 11, 1992
There have been so many social-issue shows lately, with subject matter as wide-ranging as politics, drugs, the environment, terrorism and gender stereotypes, that they threaten to become a little wearing; the gallery-goer may begin to approach them with a certain amount of "cause" fatigue.Surprise: "Woman as Protagonist," just opened at Goucher College's Rosenberg Gallery, is less of a cause show, at least in a sociopolitical sense, than it may sound. One could certainly put together a strong show that advocates a specific agenda, such as pro-choice, equal opportunity, etc., but this is not it.The works here are not primarily calls to action.
NEWS
By Mary Knudson | November 30, 1991
Lucille Melinda Tabor is lying motionless in a room at the Deaton Hospital and Medical Center in South Baltimore today. She grimaces at times and, during one recent visit, she looked for all the world like she was crying hard, but there was no sound except for a gurgle from her throat.A pat on the arm and she stopped her heaving motions, closed her mouth, opened her eyes and looked at the visitor.That was it. That is all she will do. She doesn't indicate whether she hears what visitors say or whether she recognizes staff or family.
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