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February 16, 2005
On February 11, 2005, COLIA M. TARRANT, of Druid Hill Avenue. Survived by four daughters, three sons, grandchildren, great-grand, one brother, one sister and a host of other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the William C. Brown Community Funeral Home, P.A., 1206 W. North Avenue, Thursday, 3 to 7 P.M. Family will receive friends Friday at St. Abraham Baptist Church, 1124 W. North Avenue at 11 A.M. Funeral at 11:30 A.M.
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By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | March 3, 2014
The return of a first midfield that combined for 70 goals and 19 assists in 2013 was expected to be the foundation for a St. Mary's team that graduated All-Everything attackman Patrick Mull, and the unit has not disappointed. Junior Matt Tarrant (eight goals and one assist in 2014), junior Will Lerch (6, 2) and senior Gordy Long (6, 1) rank 1-2-3 in points, and have helped the No. 14 Seahawks improve to 2-1, which includes a season-opening 12-8 win against then-No. 8 Roanoke. “They're a handful, and it's great because they're all very different styles,” coach Chris Hasbrouck said Monday morning of the starting midfield.
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BUSINESS
By Lisa Wiseman and Lisa Wiseman,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 13, 2000
When Shawn and Brenda Tarrant bought their home six years ago in Batlimore's Ashburton neighborhood, they got more than just a house; they got a whole neighborhood of people who became like a second family to them. "People are real neighbors here. They look out for each other. They take care of each other. They look out for your children. They look out for your home when you're not around. They are not nosey. They really do care about each other," said Mrs. Tarrant, a teacher at City College.
SPORTS
Sports Digest | March 20, 2012
Women's college lacrosse Glenelg's Markwordt leads Ohio St. to win Paced by Alayna Markwordt 's 10 points, the No. 12 Ohio State women's lacrosse team downed host St.Bonaventure, 15-8, on Monday afternoon. Eight players scored for the Buckeyes (7-1) in the win. Markwordt (Glenelg) topped her season-high nine points, recording five goals and five assists. It was the Tewaaraton Award candidate's highest-scoring outing since an 11-point performance during her freshman season against Johns Hopkins on March 7, 2009.
SPORTS
By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Evening Sun Staff | March 15, 1991
COLLEGE PARK -- Terry Connolly's friends had a feeling he would have lots of time to spend with them today. They figured that his season, indeed, his career with the Richmond Spiders, would be over, after a tangle with mighty Syracuse."
SPORTS
By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Evening Sun Staff | March 14, 1991
COLLEGE PARK -- Once upon a time, Dick Tarrant's bunch of Richmond Spiders could crawl into the NCAA tournament and frighten away the big boys, in much the same fashion that the storied arachnid scared off Little Miss Muffet.In 1984, here comes Auburn, there goes Auburn. In 1988, here come Indiana and Georgia Tech, and there they go.But Tarrant fears that the days of fairy tale and nursery rhyme have come to an end, as his Spiders, the 15th seed in the East Region who meet second-seeded Syracuse tonight (9:50, Ch. 11)
NEWS
October 29, 2005
MRS. JENNIE SAMPSON PERKINS, entered into rest Thursday, October 27, 2005 in Lake Crossing Health Center; Appling, GA. The widow of the late Mr. Edison M. Perkins, Sr. Mrs. Perkins was born in London, England; a retired seamstress, she was the union representative for I.L.G.W.U. in Baltimore. She passed away on the occasion of her 100th Birthday. Family members are one daughter, Sheila Thompson, of Grovetown, GA., two step-sons, Edison M. Perkins, Jr. and Andrew Perkins, Jr., both of Baltimore, MD., three grandchildren, Kimberly Tarrant, Capt.
NEWS
June 9, 2006
Web site aims to offer services to nation's poor Mayor Martin O'Malley shared a stage yesterday with Sen. Barack Obama, an Illinois Democrat and rising political star, to unveil plans for an Internet site geared toward the nation's poor. Speaking at the National Press Club in Washington, O'Malley said the site would offer education, health and emergency services. The initiative, the Public Internet Channel, is led by a Washington-based nonprofit organization, One Economy Corp., which brings technology to residents of affordable housing.
NEWS
By GERRI KOBREN SOUTHERN GHOST. Carolyn G. Hart. Bantam. 322 pages. $19 | August 9, 1992
FALSE PROPHET.Faye Kellerman.Morrow.367 pages. $20.The honeymoon is over, Peter Decker is thinking. His wife, Rina, is pregnant and tired. His stepsons are standoffish, his daughter uncommunicative.But for the LAPD detective, there's always something else to worry about, and right now it's a vicious attack on the glamorous, predatory owner of a health spa.In this fifth entry in Faye Kellerman's Peter/Rina series, Rina has a decidedly minor role; this case is so complicated that there's no room for much beyond police procedural.
NEWS
By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Sun Staff Writer | September 22, 1994
Six months ago, David Giggard was living the life of a healthy husband and father. He brought home a good salary and played ball with his sons in the back yard of their Taneytown home.Today he clings to life while hepatitis destroys his liver. He has been hospitalized since July; his jaundiced body has dropped to 100 pounds from dehydration and ballooned to 160 from fluid retention.Mr. Giggard, 27, is relying on the kindness of a stranger to save his life -- he must have a liver transplant.
NEWS
June 9, 2006
Web site aims to offer services to nation's poor Mayor Martin O'Malley shared a stage yesterday with Sen. Barack Obama, an Illinois Democrat and rising political star, to unveil plans for an Internet site geared toward the nation's poor. Speaking at the National Press Club in Washington, O'Malley said the site would offer education, health and emergency services. The initiative, the Public Internet Channel, is led by a Washington-based nonprofit organization, One Economy Corp., which brings technology to residents of affordable housing.
NEWS
October 29, 2005
MRS. JENNIE SAMPSON PERKINS, entered into rest Thursday, October 27, 2005 in Lake Crossing Health Center; Appling, GA. The widow of the late Mr. Edison M. Perkins, Sr. Mrs. Perkins was born in London, England; a retired seamstress, she was the union representative for I.L.G.W.U. in Baltimore. She passed away on the occasion of her 100th Birthday. Family members are one daughter, Sheila Thompson, of Grovetown, GA., two step-sons, Edison M. Perkins, Jr. and Andrew Perkins, Jr., both of Baltimore, MD., three grandchildren, Kimberly Tarrant, Capt.
NEWS
February 16, 2005
On February 11, 2005, COLIA M. TARRANT, of Druid Hill Avenue. Survived by four daughters, three sons, grandchildren, great-grand, one brother, one sister and a host of other relatives and friends. Friends may call at the William C. Brown Community Funeral Home, P.A., 1206 W. North Avenue, Thursday, 3 to 7 P.M. Family will receive friends Friday at St. Abraham Baptist Church, 1124 W. North Avenue at 11 A.M. Funeral at 11:30 A.M.
BUSINESS
By Lisa Wiseman and Lisa Wiseman,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | August 13, 2000
When Shawn and Brenda Tarrant bought their home six years ago in Batlimore's Ashburton neighborhood, they got more than just a house; they got a whole neighborhood of people who became like a second family to them. "People are real neighbors here. They look out for each other. They take care of each other. They look out for your children. They look out for your home when you're not around. They are not nosey. They really do care about each other," said Mrs. Tarrant, a teacher at City College.
NEWS
By Mary Gail Hare and Mary Gail Hare,Sun Staff Writer | September 22, 1994
Six months ago, David Giggard was living the life of a healthy husband and father. He brought home a good salary and played ball with his sons in the back yard of their Taneytown home.Today he clings to life while hepatitis destroys his liver. He has been hospitalized since July; his jaundiced body has dropped to 100 pounds from dehydration and ballooned to 160 from fluid retention.Mr. Giggard, 27, is relying on the kindness of a stranger to save his life -- he must have a liver transplant.
NEWS
By GERRI KOBREN SOUTHERN GHOST. Carolyn G. Hart. Bantam. 322 pages. $19 | August 9, 1992
FALSE PROPHET.Faye Kellerman.Morrow.367 pages. $20.The honeymoon is over, Peter Decker is thinking. His wife, Rina, is pregnant and tired. His stepsons are standoffish, his daughter uncommunicative.But for the LAPD detective, there's always something else to worry about, and right now it's a vicious attack on the glamorous, predatory owner of a health spa.In this fifth entry in Faye Kellerman's Peter/Rina series, Rina has a decidedly minor role; this case is so complicated that there's no room for much beyond police procedural.
SPORTS
By Edward Lee and The Baltimore Sun | March 3, 2014
The return of a first midfield that combined for 70 goals and 19 assists in 2013 was expected to be the foundation for a St. Mary's team that graduated All-Everything attackman Patrick Mull, and the unit has not disappointed. Junior Matt Tarrant (eight goals and one assist in 2014), junior Will Lerch (6, 2) and senior Gordy Long (6, 1) rank 1-2-3 in points, and have helped the No. 14 Seahawks improve to 2-1, which includes a season-opening 12-8 win against then-No. 8 Roanoke. “They're a handful, and it's great because they're all very different styles,” coach Chris Hasbrouck said Monday morning of the starting midfield.
SPORTS
Sports Digest | March 20, 2012
Women's college lacrosse Glenelg's Markwordt leads Ohio St. to win Paced by Alayna Markwordt 's 10 points, the No. 12 Ohio State women's lacrosse team downed host St.Bonaventure, 15-8, on Monday afternoon. Eight players scored for the Buckeyes (7-1) in the win. Markwordt (Glenelg) topped her season-high nine points, recording five goals and five assists. It was the Tewaaraton Award candidate's highest-scoring outing since an 11-point performance during her freshman season against Johns Hopkins on March 7, 2009.
SPORTS
By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Evening Sun Staff | March 15, 1991
COLLEGE PARK -- Terry Connolly's friends had a feeling he would have lots of time to spend with them today. They figured that his season, indeed, his career with the Richmond Spiders, would be over, after a tangle with mighty Syracuse."
SPORTS
By Milton Kent and Milton Kent,Evening Sun Staff | March 14, 1991
COLLEGE PARK -- Once upon a time, Dick Tarrant's bunch of Richmond Spiders could crawl into the NCAA tournament and frighten away the big boys, in much the same fashion that the storied arachnid scared off Little Miss Muffet.In 1984, here comes Auburn, there goes Auburn. In 1988, here come Indiana and Georgia Tech, and there they go.But Tarrant fears that the days of fairy tale and nursery rhyme have come to an end, as his Spiders, the 15th seed in the East Region who meet second-seeded Syracuse tonight (9:50, Ch. 11)
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