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BUSINESS
October 29, 1991
Nova PharmaceuticalThis Baltimore-based drug research and development company reported yesterday a slightly larger loss in its third quarter, compared with a year earlier, as revenues fell about 1 percent.Nova said that despite the decrease in total sales, revenue from product sales increased nearly 9 percent, to $9.95 million, during the quarter. Revenue from research and development contracts, however, was down to $2.2 million from nearly $3 million in the year-ago quarter.The company's loss for the nine months that ended in September also worsened slightly from last year, although total revenue increased more than 70 percent.
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NEWS
By Mark Miller | February 5, 1997
THE WOLVES ARE at the door and my tenant knows it. He's standing on the stoop of an East Baltimore rowhouse, oblivious to the humid winter chill, waving what appears to be a wad of bills. ''I have the money,'' he says. ''It's all here. All of it.''It shouldn't have come to this. Young, educated, articulate, all smiles and honorable intentions, my tenant appeared to be every inner-city landlord's dream. Even his furniture, upscale and trendy, seemed out of place in this neighborhood that had seen better days.
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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.
BUSINESS
By BLOOMBERG NEWS | April 3, 2001
WASHINGTON - An index of U.S. manufacturing unexpectedly rose in March for the second straight month, suggesting that factory weakness is a diminishing threat to the economy's record-long expansion. The National Association of Purchasing Management's factory index rose to 43.1 last month from 41.9 in February. In January, the index fell to 41.2, the lowest level in a decade, as manufacturers cut production to reduce overstocked inventories. March's index was also the first since December to be above 42.7, the level that NAPM says historically corresponds to conditions of a recession.
NEWS
By Peter Hermann and Peter Hermann,Staff writer | June 19, 1991
The woman accusing real estate broker Gary Hart of rape testified yesterday that the two had dated only four times in three months and that the first time they had sex was the morning she was attacked.Speaking in a steady but subdued voice, the woman said Hart had pursued her for months by frequenting Jason's, an Annapolis nightclub whereshe worked as a waitress, and telling her he was interested in dating."He came in almost every time I worked," the 34-year-old woman said. "He was nice to me. He also tipped well."
NEWS
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.
SPORTS
By Peter Schmuck and Peter Schmuck,SUN STAFF | September 3, 2000
Statistical anomalies tend to even out over time, which may explain why the dramatic upsurge in home runs earlier this season has given way to a significant downturn through the summer months - particularly in the National League. National League hitters banged a home run every 26 at-bats over the first two months of the season, which represented about a 15 percent upturn from the league's 1999 average and contributed to the growing body of evidence in favor of some adjustment in the balance of power between pitchers and hitters.
NEWS
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.
NEWS
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 Bill Talbott and Bill Talbott,Maryland State PoliceSun Staff Writer | May 22, 1994
Overall crime in Carroll County increased by almost 100 incidents, or 14 percent, during the first three months of the year compared with the same period of 1993.However, murder, rape and breaking and entering incidents decreased, according to a Uniform Crime Report issued by the state police recently. The information for the report comes from state police and the municipalities around the county.Theft, the category with the largest increase, went from 474 incidents last year to 544 in the first quarter of 1994.
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