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May 13, 2004
On May 11, 2004; ANN TERRANOVA (nee Mazzola); beloved wife of the late John Terranova; devoted mother of Joan Komin and husband Albert, the late Betty Henderson and husband Bill; dear sister of the late Nick Mazzola; loving grandmother of Nina City and fiance Earl, Lisa Hansel and husband Herb, Dana Komin and husband Mark, Brian Henderson and wife Mary, Shari Adams and husband Steve, Lori Ledford and husband Sean; great-grandmother of Jamie Tart, Shane...
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By Mary Johnson and Mary Johnson,Special to The Baltimore Sun | April 5, 2009
There's much to admire in Colonial Players' current production of the 1963 musical She Loves Me, based on a timeless love story of two anonymous pen pals who by day are competing shop clerks in a perfumery. Set to catchy, lilting tunes, this Old World story is brought to life by a talented 17-member ensemble directed by Beth Terranova, who recently won a 2009 Washington Area Theater Community Honors (WATCH) award for Best Director for CP's Hauptmann and who is proving her versatility with this musical confection.
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By Jay Apperson and Jay Apperson,Staff Writer | March 4, 1993
An East Baltimore man faces up to 20 years in prison after being convicted yesterday of assault and battery for shoving a Highlandtown shopkeeper who suffered a fatal heart attack during the incident.A Baltimore Circuit Court jury deliberated for an hour and a half yesterday before finding John Frank Terranova not guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the June 3, 1992, death of 51-year-old Conrad George Leimbach. The jury convicted Terranova of assault and battery, which carry maximum sentences of 20 years.
NEWS
April 25, 2008
Harford deputy assaulted An off-duty Harford County sheriff's deputy was assaulted and robbed by two men while walking on a bike trail in Belcamp this week, authorities said. The Sheriff's Office is not identifying the deputy, who is assigned to the detention center, because of safety concerns, said spokeswoman Monica A. Worrell. The deputy was walking to a gas station about 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in the 1300 block of Riverside Parkway when he was assaulted, officials said. There were no weapons involved in the attack and the deputy was not taken to the hospital, Worrell said.
NEWS
December 3, 2003
On December 2, 2003, JOSEPH ANTHONY YIENGER, of Columbia, beloved husband Of Mary Elizabeth (nee Hinchliffe) Yienger; devoted father of Brenda Terranova, Mary Ann Hammer, Judith Brownsberger and James Yienger; loving grandfather of Vincent and Nicholas Terranova and Evan Hammer; dear brother of John and Robert Yienger. Family will receive friends Thursday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 PM at HARRY H. WITKE'S FAMILY FUNERAL HOME, INC., 4112 Old Columbia Pike Ellicott City. Mass of Christian burial Friday, 10 AM at St. John's Catholic Church Wilde Lake.
NEWS
October 7, 2005
Laugh fest -- Anne Arundel Community College will present "Laughtoberfest" at 8 p.m. today at the Pascal Center for Performing Arts, 101 College Parkway. Comedy and music will be performed by county comedians Big Ben Kennedy (right) and Kelly Terranova and disc jockey Ronnie Schronce. Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets are $15 in advance, $17.50 at the door. 410-777-2457.
NEWS
By Jay Apperson and Jay Apperson,Staff Writer | March 2, 1993
During an argument in a Highlandtown grocery store, a 27-year-old man shoves the 51-year-old owner of the store. The store owner suffers a heart attack and dies.Is the younger man guilty of manslaughter?That's the question posed yesterday to a Baltimore Circuit Court jury in the case of State of Maryland vs. John Frank Terranova.Prosecutor Michael C. Flannery told the jury in his opening statement that Mr. Terranova is indeed guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the June 3, 1992, death of Conrad Leimbach.
NEWS
April 25, 2008
Harford deputy assaulted An off-duty Harford County sheriff's deputy was assaulted and robbed by two men while walking on a bike trail in Belcamp this week, authorities said. The Sheriff's Office is not identifying the deputy, who is assigned to the detention center, because of safety concerns, said spokeswoman Monica A. Worrell. The deputy was walking to a gas station about 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in the 1300 block of Riverside Parkway when he was assaulted, officials said. There were no weapons involved in the attack and the deputy was not taken to the hospital, Worrell said.
FEATURES
By Michael Hill | November 8, 1990
"Wiseguy" returns to the CBS lineup Saturday night with a two-hour episode loaded with cliches in its script, improbabilities in its plot, and a basic lack of imagination in its direction.By the way, it's also pretty good.This is the new, different "Wiseguy" that came about when original star Ken Wahl either asked to jump ship or was forced to dTC walk the plank, depending on whose story you believe.The original plan called for Wahl's Vinnie Terranova character to be around for a few episodes to make the transition to a new federal undercover agent, but the recriminations put the kibosh on that.
SPORTS
By Doug Brown | April 17, 1991
COLLEGE PARK -- A Washington burglar picked the wrong dorm suite to rob. It was occupied by Maryland football players.Mark Garnsey, a campus policeman, arrested Adrian C. Williams, a 37-year-old Washington man, Monday about 7 a.m. after five Terp football players helped nail the burglar in their Kent Hall suite."
NEWS
By JENNY HOFFMAN and JENNY HOFFMAN,SPECIAL TO BALTIMORESUN.COM | October 21, 2005
As with the rest of Baltimore City, Belvedere Square, on York Road south of Northern Parkway, has experienced a roller coaster of ups and downs through the decades. However, thanks to a major renovation in 2003, interested businesses and loyal patrons, it's again hip to be Belvedere Square. The Belvedere market joyfully reopened after a decade of inactivity and neglect. Belvedere Holdings LLC, Inc., a development team of Struever Bros. Eccles & Rouse Inc., Manekin Corporation, Hawkins Development Group, and Williams Jackson Ewing, purchased the aging shopping center with the goal of restoring its former magnificence.
NEWS
October 7, 2005
Laugh fest -- Anne Arundel Community College will present "Laughtoberfest" at 8 p.m. today at the Pascal Center for Performing Arts, 101 College Parkway. Comedy and music will be performed by county comedians Big Ben Kennedy (right) and Kelly Terranova and disc jockey Ronnie Schronce. Doors open at 7 p.m. Tickets are $15 in advance, $17.50 at the door. 410-777-2457.
BUSINESS
By Lorene Yue | July 25, 2004
People always say they want a lot of investment choices in their 401(k) plans at work, but when they get them they often find themselves overwhelmed by the decision-making process. Take the case of International Business Machines Corp., where workers met in focus groups to discuss the company's retirement benefits. IBM's 401(k) plan has 21 investment choices. At first, workers said they needed more information to make decisions about allocating their funds, said Jay Vivian, director of IBM's retirement funds.
NEWS
May 13, 2004
On May 11, 2004; ANN TERRANOVA (nee Mazzola); beloved wife of the late John Terranova; devoted mother of Joan Komin and husband Albert, the late Betty Henderson and husband Bill; dear sister of the late Nick Mazzola; loving grandmother of Nina City and fiance Earl, Lisa Hansel and husband Herb, Dana Komin and husband Mark, Brian Henderson and wife Mary, Shari Adams and husband Steve, Lori Ledford and husband Sean; great-grandmother of Jamie Tart, Shane...
NEWS
December 3, 2003
On December 2, 2003, JOSEPH ANTHONY YIENGER, of Columbia, beloved husband Of Mary Elizabeth (nee Hinchliffe) Yienger; devoted father of Brenda Terranova, Mary Ann Hammer, Judith Brownsberger and James Yienger; loving grandfather of Vincent and Nicholas Terranova and Evan Hammer; dear brother of John and Robert Yienger. Family will receive friends Thursday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 PM at HARRY H. WITKE'S FAMILY FUNERAL HOME, INC., 4112 Old Columbia Pike Ellicott City. Mass of Christian burial Friday, 10 AM at St. John's Catholic Church Wilde Lake.
FEATURES
By Rob Hiaasen and Rob Hiaasen,SUN STAFF | October 2, 2001
The question of the night came without a punch line. "How is everybody holding up?" said comic Ben Kennedy at Thursday open-mike night at Winchester's comedy club in downtown Baltimore. "Everybody take a deep breath. We're all a little uptight." Given it's our patriotic duty to resume normal lives (i.e., shop, fly, rent movies, follow Barry Bonds' home run derby), it was time to come out of our shells and seek comedy. In New York, David Letterman had poignantly broken the ice, and others have since followed.
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By Rob Hiaasen and Rob Hiaasen,SUN STAFF | October 2, 2001
The question of the night came without a punch line. "How is everybody holding up?" said comic Ben Kennedy at Thursday open-mike night at Winchester's comedy club in downtown Baltimore. "Everybody take a deep breath. We're all a little uptight." Given it's our patriotic duty to resume normal lives (i.e., shop, fly, rent movies, follow Barry Bonds' home run derby), it was time to come out of our shells and seek comedy. In New York, David Letterman had poignantly broken the ice, and others have since followed.
NEWS
By David Nitkin and David Nitkin,SUN STAFF | September 2, 2001
Her college career all of four days old, Soumi Saha boarded a yellow bus yesterday at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County campus in Catonsville and stepped off on a forlorn Baltimore block facing 33 acres of weeds. Her orders: Pick them. By hand. The Edison, N.J., native jumped to the task. "We had to do something," she said. "It was crazy." Saha, 18, and about 80 other UMBC students, community workers and neighborhood youngsters spent yesterday morning clearing vegetation, righting toppled headstones and soaking in the secrets of Mount Auburn Cemetery, the historic African-American burial ground in the southern part of the city.
NEWS
By David Nitkin and David Nitkin,SUN STAFF | September 2, 2001
Her college career all of four days old, Soumi Saha boarded a yellow bus yesterday at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County campus in Catonsville and stepped off on a forlorn Baltimore block facing 33 acres of weeds. Her orders: Pick them. By hand. The Edison, N.J., native jumped to the task. "We had to do something," she said. "It was crazy." Saha, 18, and about 80 other UMBC students, community workers and neighborhood youngsters spent yesterday morning clearing vegetation, righting toppled headstones and soaking in the secrets of Mount Auburn Cemetery, the historic African-American burial ground in the southern part of the city.
NEWS
By Jay Apperson and Jay Apperson,Staff Writer | March 4, 1993
An East Baltimore man faces up to 20 years in prison after being convicted yesterday of assault and battery for shoving a Highlandtown shopkeeper who suffered a fatal heart attack during the incident.A Baltimore Circuit Court jury deliberated for an hour and a half yesterday before finding John Frank Terranova not guilty of involuntary manslaughter in the June 3, 1992, death of 51-year-old Conrad George Leimbach. The jury convicted Terranova of assault and battery, which carry maximum sentences of 20 years.
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