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NEWS
August 15, 1995
In a 3-month old labor dispute, painters union members picketed yesterday a Columbia office building where a Landover-based contractor used nonunion painters.About 60 workers in the local International Brotherhood of Painters Inc. protested for two hours against L. A. Mangum and Son Inc. outside the Ryland Group Inc. building in the 11000 block of Broken Land Parkway in Town Center. L. A. Mangum, a contractor that employed union members for 32 years, was doing painting at the building.The dispute began when L. A. Mangum declined to sign a May 15 agreement giving union workers with a 40-cent increase in their hourly wages.
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NEWS
October 21, 1999
Anne Arundel County Sheriff George F. Johnson IV has graduated from a three-month program of the FBI Academy in Quantico, Va.The program included training in legal issues, forensics, stress management and fitness.Johnson was among 260 law enforcement administrators to complete the program last month.15-year-old girl dies from gunshot wound to headA 15-year-old girl died Tuesday evening of injuries caused by an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head, county police said.The girl was found in a drainage culvert in Crofton, near Route 3 and Conway Road, police said.
NEWS
By Brenda J. Buote and Brenda J. Buote,SUN STAFF | May 24, 1998
Anne Arundel County police arrested 18 people Friday following a three-month street-level drug investigation of the Severn area .While executing the arrest warrants, police seized a stolen handgun, $3,389, two vehicles and 41 grams of suspected crack cocaine.Officers from the Western District Beat Officers Against Drug Trafficking Unit masqueraded as drug dealers and sold inert, nonnarcotic substances in place of actual drugs.Sixteen of those arrested were charged with drug offenses, police said.
SPORTS
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.
SPORTS
By Jeff Zrebiec, The Baltimore Sun | April 20, 2010
The continued development of Orioles outfielder Felix Pie had been one of the few positives from the first couple of weeks of the season. But the Orioles will now have to wait at least three months before they see him play again. A magnetic resonance imaging taken Monday, followed by a subsequent doctor's visit, revealed that Pie had torn the latissimus dorsi muscle away from the bone in his back. The injury won't require surgery, but it will keep Pie, whose injury was initially classified as a strained muscle in his upper back, out until at least late July.
NEWS
By John Rivera and John Rivera,SUN STAFF | August 7, 1996
A key fund-raiser for Maryland Democrats was sentenced to three months in prison yesterday for orchestrating a scheme to launder $46,000 in illegal political contributions from an official from the Indian Embassy.Lalit H. Gadhia, 57, a Baltimore attorney who served as Gov. Parris N. Glendening's campaign treasurer, also will serve six months of home detention after his release from prison. U.S. District Judge Frederic N. Smalkin did not fine Gadhia.Smalkin said he was imposing a prison term to send a message "that people inside the process will not be able to manipulate it without some kind of consequences."
NEWS
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.
NEWS
By Robert Lee and Robert Lee,Staff writer | June 26, 1991
The Department of the Environment is investigating the seventh spillin the last three months at Brooklyn Park's Kanasco Ltd. pharmaceutical corporation.The spill was reported Sunday night at about 8:15p.m., when a crew of utility workers outside of Kanasco's Robinwood Road plant reported an "offensive-smelling, white milky liquid flowing out of a pipe" into the sewer system, Fire Department spokesman Capt. Gary Sheckells said yesterday.Arundel Gardens Improvement Association president Evelyn Lee, whosays she has been suffering headaches, dizziness and nausea since Sunday, says she "has had enough of Kanasco" and wants the plant closeddown.
SPORTS
By New York Times | March 12, 1991
PORT ST. LUCIE, Fla. -- The New York Mets' pitching staff which this spring already has undergone numerous scares and distractions, suffered its greatest setback yet yesterday when Sid Fernandez fractured a bone in his pitching arm and was lost for three months.Fernandez, the immensely talented if erratic lefthander who was the team's No. 4 starter, was struck by a batted ball in the fifth inning of yesterday's exhibition against Houston.He left the complex in extreme pain and returned hours later in a cast, the ulna bone of his left arm having suffered a non-displaced fracture roughly three inches above the wrist.
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