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By Phil Jackman | December 10, 1992
When the doctor told Vinny Pazienza he would never figh again, maybe not even be able to walk, it was like a guy waving the red towel in front of an already enraged bull. Oh boy, a challenge."I never believed him, not even for five seconds. It never crossed my mind that I wouldn't be able to come back," says Pazienza, who had two vertebrae broken and a third dislocated high on his spinal column just 13 months ago.The thing is, Paz, broken neck and all, was back working out (in a fashion) within three months.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | June 24, 2014
BETHESDA - Like the superstar athletes who befriended and mentored him early in his career as he watched them grow old, Tiger Woods keeps staring at his own golfing mortality. Coming off a three-month layoff following back surgery, Woods returns to the PGA Tour this week for the Quicken Loans National at Congressional Country Club with a bit of a different game than the one he has played for the past 18 years as a pro. “Just like M.J., I've got the fadeaway,” Woods said, referring to one of his longtime confidants, Michael Jordan.
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March 28, 1999
Whole grains such as brown rice are best stored in airtight containers in a cool, dark, dry place and used within three months.-- Cole's Cooking A to Z
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | August 27, 2013
A three-month-old boy was declared dead in the hospital Tuesday morning after police found him unresponsive with his father, Baltimore Police said. The father said he put the infant in bed with him at a home in the 4000 block of the Alameda around 8 a.m., police said. He woke up two hours later to find the baby cold and unresponsive, according to police. The baby was taken to the hospital but declared dead shortly before 11 a.m. Police identified neither the son nor the father.
BUSINESS
February 14, 1991
This rapidly growing medical publisher reported record results for the last three months of 1990 and for the year.Waverly said it expects this year's profits to sink about 20 percent from last year's nearly $4 million.Three months ended 12/31/90.. .. Revenue.. .. Net.. .. .. Share'90.. 36,697,000..1,089,000..0.27'89..23,872,000.. 611,000... 0.16% change +53.7.. .. +78.2.. .. +68.7Year ended 12/31/90.. .. Revenue.. .. Net.. .. .. Share'90..121,743,000.3,960,000..1.01'89..96,895,000..2,376,000.
BUSINESS
April 16, 1992
Provident BanksharesThis Baltimore-based banking company reported lower income for the three months that ended March 31 compared with the same period a year ago.Earnings for the owner of Provident Bank of Maryland would have been much lower except for a tax benefit of $357,000 during the quarter, compared with a tax benefit of $6,000 a year earlier.Pretax income fell 65 percent, to $342,000 from $975,000 a year ago.Three months ended 3/31/92.. .. .. Income.. .. .. .. .. .. Share'92.. .. .. 606,000.
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By Peter H. Frank | March 28, 1991
Nearly three months into the new year, the rottenness of 1990's final quarter is still showing.The latest glimpse came yesterday thanks to the Grant Thornton Index, a rating system used to measure the economic health of 24 metropolitan areas -- 22 of which showed declines during the last three months of 1990.According to the international accounting and management consulting firm, Baltimore and Washington took especially steep hits during the year, plunging more than the nation as a whole and ending at their lowest levels since the close of 1987.
BUSINESS
October 2, 1991
The Waldorf-based thrift said that its profits rose 152 percent during the three months that ended July 31, pushing the company's net income for fiscal 1991 to $479,000.The company earned $159,000, or 8 cents a share, during the fourth quarter of its fiscal year, up from $63,000, or 3 cents a share, during the same three months of 1990. The biggest contributors to the higher earnings were a $98,000 cut in general and administrative expenses and a $38,000 gain in non-interest income, according to the bank's earnings statement.
BUSINESS
July 18, 1991
Provident Bankshares Inc.Provident said yesterday that it had a second-quarter profit o$860,000, reversing the $6.6 million loss it took during 1990's second quarter.The parent company of Provident Bank of Maryland said that it was able to add $6.4 million less to its loan loss reserves this year than during the same three months of last year.Three months ended 6/30/91... ... ... ... Income... ... ... ... ... Share'90... ... ... 860,000... ... ... ... .. 0.14'89... ... ..(6,600,000)... ... ... ...(1.
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By David Conn | November 5, 1990
Economic indicators for Baltimore and Maryland turned upward in July, the second of three months showing an improvement. It's an indication that the region may be headed for better economic times.But economists are reluctant to make forecasts until the numbers -- called the index of leading economic indicators -- rise for three consecutive months. Preliminary economic figures for August -- the first to come in after the Iraqi invasion of Kuwait -- already show some deterioration.Still, said Dr. Michael Conte, director of the University of Baltimore's Center for Business and Economic Studies, the July upturns are a healthy sign.
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By James B. Astrachan, George W. Liebmann, and Henry R. Lord | June 10, 2013
The retirement next month of Chief Judge Robert M. Bell of the Maryland Court of Appeals is a critical event, the first transition in the leadership of Maryland's courts in nearly 20 years. A matter of central importance for the new chief judge must be the shocking state of the docket of the state's highest court, a problem that long predates Chief Judge Bell's stewardship. Article IV, Section 15 of the Maryland Constitution requires that "an opinion, in writing, shall be filed within three months after the argument or submission of the cause.
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May 29, 2013
Annapolis police are investigating a series of indecent exposure incidents they say have occurred over the past three months at residences in the Eastport area. Six cases have been reported - two in March, two in April and two in May, police said. Three of the incidents, one on March 3 and the two in April, occurred in the unit block of Bricin Street. In the March incident, a woman heard tapping on the sliding glass door of her ground floor apartment, police said. When she looked out she saw a man exposing himself.
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By Scott Calvert and Luke Broadwater, The Baltimore Sun | April 24, 2013
Baltimore officials are refusing to pay the city's former speed and red-light camera operator $2 million for its final three months of work, a period that preceded the troubled start for the new contractor in January. The city stopped issuing tickets from the cameras for weeks because of the rocky transition from the old vendor, Xerox State and Local Solutions, to Brekford Corp. Xerox says it's owed money for services provided in October, November and December, according to Solicitor George Nilson, the city's chief lawyer.
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By Candy Thomson, The Baltimore Sun | April 2, 2013
The northbound Interstate 895 entrance ramp from Potee Street/Patapsco Avenue is schedule to close Friday for three months as part of a $12.6 million rehabilitation project, the Maryland Transportation Authority announced. Motorists will be detoured onto Frankfurst Avenue to connect to I-895. Once northbound work is completed, the southbound ramp at Exit 7 is scheduled to close about July 7 for repairs. The project to replace the decks of the I-895 bridges over Patapsco Avenue and Potee and Hanover streets began in fall 2012 and is scheduled to be complete by summer 2014.
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By Don Markus, The Baltimore Sun | August 20, 2012
Jabaree Tuani and Kriss Proctor had much different football careers at the Naval Academy. Tuani started from the third game of his freshman year and became one of the most accomplished defensive linemen in school history. Proctor sat behind star quarterback Ricky Dobbs for most of his first three years and wound up as the starter last season, when the Midshipmen had their first losing record in a decade. After getting in trouble off the field earlier this year, Tuani and Proctor also exited the academy on separate paths.
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By Colin Campbell, The Baltimore Sun | August 11, 2012
Kenneth Lyles, a barber at the Total Male on East Monument Street, described the devastating scene: a loud bang on the street that sounded like the passing tow truck had hit something and then a deep hole in the pavement opening quickly, peeling down away from the surface like Play-Doh. "You couldn't see the bottom," he said. "It was a scary sight, man. " Lyles said he and others outside at the time told the truck driver to quickly keep driving. He said they rushed to both ends of the block between North Patterson Park Avenue and North Montford Avenue to divert traffic away from the widening trench.
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By Andrew A. Green and Howard Libit and Andrew A. Green and Howard Libit,SUN STAFF | July 16, 2002
The race for the 8th Congressional District seat in Montgomery County is on pace to be one of the most expensive in the nation, with the incumbent and her two challengers having raised more than $1 million each, financial disclosure reports filed yesterday show. While candidates in Baltimore County's 2nd District haven't been able to match those figures, fund raising in that race - which got under way three months ago - has also gotten off to a healthy start, with County Executive C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger reporting more than $460,000 in donations, more than twice as much as the leading Republican, former U.S. Rep. Helen Delich Bentley.
BUSINESS
March 17, 1992
Both health-care sales and profits rose dramatically in the three months that ended Feb. 29 to give this Silver Spring-based company a 72 percent jump in net earnings for the quarter.Manor Care Chairman Stewart Bainum said the company's lodging division grew only slightly in its third fiscal quarter, hurt by a continued slump in the travel and tourism industry. Manor Care's lodging subsidiary, Choice Hotels International Inc., markets hotels under the brand names such as Quality, Comfort, Clarion and Econo Lodge.
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Susan Reimer | August 8, 2012
During the winter, my husband sleeps in a fleece jacket and claims that his nose is dusted with frost in the mornings. When my daughter, Jessie, returned from college, she unpacked her window air conditioner first and installed it in her bedroom because, she complained, I kept the house too hot. That summer it was cold enough in her room to hang sides of beef, and she spent her nights snuggled deeply under a comforter. Still, I am the queen of the thermostat in my house, and my Baltimore Gas & Electric bills would regularly reflect that.
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March 14, 2012
A nuclear scan helped doctors diagnose Animal Kingdom with the start of a stress fracture in his hind end. The injury won't require surgery, and the Kentucky Derby winner could return to full training after 30 days of rest and 60 days of light work. But his connections also raised the possibility of retirement so that the colt could be put out to stud. "Team Valor's interest is to run the horse for another year," Team Valor International CEO Barry Irwin said in a statement.
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