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By Ken Murray and The Baltimore Sun | January 31, 2011
Coppin State suspended three women players for one game for their role in a brawl following Saturday's loss to visiting North Carolina A&T. Suspended from Monday night's home game against Norfolk State were Jeanine Manley and Crystal Whittington, two juniors from Oakland, Calif., and Leola Spotwood, a sophomore from Trenton, N.J. Coppin athletic director Derrick Ramsey said that Manley was suspended for starting the fight and Whittington and Spotwood...
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | September 28, 2013
A group of women has been charged in connection with a Baltimore County bank robbery, while police in Anne Arundel County said they suspect a woman in a green baseball cap in a separate bank heist there. Alexis Chandler, 19, Czekiah Fludd, 24, and Ashley Fitz, 22, have been charged in connection with a robbery at the Baltimore County Savings Bank in the 500 block of Eastern Boulevard, police said Saturday. The robbery happened Friday afternoon. Chandler and Fitz went into the bank and gave a teller a note implying they had a bomb, police said.
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | September 7, 2013
Anne Arundel County authorities are looking for three women caught on surveillance video at Glen Burnie High School after a baseball dugout caught fire early Saturday morning. Fire officials said three women, between the ages 16 to 25, were captured on the school's surveillance cameras near the athletic field after the blaze broke out around 4:25 a.m. Firefighters brought the fire under control in less than an hour. No injuries were reported. Damage to the dugout is estimated at $6,000.
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | September 7, 2013
Anne Arundel County authorities are looking for three women caught on surveillance video at Glen Burnie High School after a baseball dugout caught fire early Saturday morning. Fire officials said three women, between the ages 16 to 25, were captured on the school's surveillance cameras near the athletic field after the blaze broke out around 4:25 a.m. Firefighters brought the fire under control in less than an hour. No injuries were reported. Damage to the dugout is estimated at $6,000.
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October 7, 2011
United Cerebral Palsy of Central Maryland, a nonprofit organization with locations in Arbutus and Halethorpe to support individuals with disabilities achieve independence and productivity, name these women to its board of directors: • Vanessa Jones, a Gwynn Oak resident, who works as a credentialing assistant program manager for the Maryland State Department of Education's Office of Child Care. She formerly held the position of education coordinator for the Baltimore City Child Care Resource Center Head Start.
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June 21, 1994
Three women, one of whom broke a beer bottle and threatened to cut a store detective, stole an undetermined amount of clothing from the Jamesway Department Store at Lake Shore Plaza Sunday, county police said yesterday.The store detective, John Phelps, 18, told police he noticed the women shortly before 6 p.m., taking items from hangers and shelves and putting them under the clothes they were wearing, police said.Mr. Phelps said he confronted one of the women as the three left the store. One ran to a white car in the parking lot, and the others walked, Mr. Phelps told police.
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By Justin Fenton and Justin Fenton,Sun reporter | January 25, 2008
Three women have sued a former Anne Arundel County police officer who they claim asked them to bare their breasts during traffic stops -- and snapped a photograph of himself fondling one of them. The lawsuits also target the county government and Police Department, saying they should never have hired, then failed to supervise, the rookie officer, Joseph F. Mosmiller. Mosmiller, 23, was convicted of misconduct in office last year and stripped of his badge amid allegations that he had threatened to take the women to jail unless they agreed to lift their tops.
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By Liz F. Kay and Liz F. Kay,SUN STAFF | August 11, 2000
Three women were shot with a pellet gun outside a Wendy's restaurant in Westminster at dinner- time Wednesday, authorities said. No one else was injured. Michael W. Riggs, 18, of the 600 block of Windsor Drive was charged with second-degree assault, reckless endangerment, use of a deadly weapon and possession of marijuana, court records show. He was released yesterday from the Carroll County Detention Center in Westminster on $50,000 bond, court records show. Westminster police said a man passed through the drive-through lane of the fast-food restaurant about 5:10 p.m. and shot at three women who were standing outside near a pay phone in the 300 block of N. Center St. Amanda L. Grimm, 23, of Ellicott City was struck in the right leg. Melissa L. Sealover, 18, of Westminster was shot in the right hip. The women were treated at Carroll County General Hospital in Westminster and released, a spokeswoman said.
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By Susan Reimer and Susan Reimer,Sun Staff | January 10, 1999
A weekend at a bed and breakfast is the common denominator daydream of all kinds of couples, from new lovers to weary parents or touristy retirees. It is an intimate retreat, a place of discovery or rediscovery, a jumping-off point for sightseeing.The same is true even if you're not a couple at all, but three women: forever friends from way-back-when who play an unspoken game of "Can You Top This?" when selecting the setting for a reunion.In that case, a bed and breakfast must be more than "delightful" or "charming."
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By Candus Thomson and Candus Thomson,SUN STAFF | February 15, 1998
Imagine your mom on the radio for two hours. Then multiply by three, add commercials and what do you get?No, you're not crazy.Rising above the static of Rush and Ollie and all-this and all-that formats are the distinct voices of three women who are raising children and the consciousness of Central Maryland listeners.Their program, "Mom's Talk. No, You're Not Crazy," lights up the phones and fax machine at Frederick's WFMD, 930 AM with questions and opinions on everything from weekly allowances to home schooling, diapers to dating.
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By Peggy Rowe | September 2, 2013
I was in the waiting room of my doctor's office the other day when I overheard a conversation between three women behind the desk. "I've been too busy to take my break," complained a receptionist sitting at a computer. "Thank God it's Friday!" said another young woman carrying a stack of folders. A third, who had been scheduling appointments, put down the receiver and said, "I dread week-ends - cleaning, laundry, shopping, soccer games ... " And that's when I heard something so funny, I had to raise my magazine so as not to be seen laughing.
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By Justin George, The Baltimore Sun | June 27, 2013
An alarming rise in summer violence continued Thursday, as the past week's death toll rose to 12 in Baltimore and politicians began sniping over blame. City police announced arrests — including men charged in previous violence — even as detectives found themselves with new killings to investigate. Two men were fatally shot and one wounded early Thursday in West Baltimore, and three women were taken to hospitals after a shooting in Northeast Baltimore Thursday night. In all, 35 people have been shot since last Friday.
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | June 22, 2013
A woman was killed and three other women and a man injured in an early-morning shooting that left bullet holes and blood spots across an East Baltimore street, police said. Police responded to a reported shooting in the 700 block of N. Kenwood Ave. in the city's Madison-Eastend neighborhood about 1:27 a.m. Saturday and found the five victims, each suffering from at least one gunshot wound, police said. Donyae Jones, 18, who was shot in the chest, was taken to a hospital and pronounced dead at 2:12 a.m., police said.
NEWS
May 13, 2013
Having read your report, the story of the kidnapping and imprisonment of three women in Cleveland makes no sense whatever ("Women's 'nightmare is over,'" May 8). If true, something is drastically wrong with America. I am incredulous the women were held against their will for 10 years, incredulous that neighbors blame the police when the captives were right next door, incredulous one of the prisoners could have given birth and cared for a child for six years without anyone asking questions.
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By Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | October 15, 2011
Amanda Weeks, Kellie Batz and Sarah Mack - the pregnant runners featured in a Baltimore Sun story this week - all finished their respective races Saturday at the Baltimore Running Festival. Weeks, 33, of Ellicott City, completed the half-marathon in 2 hours, 22 minutes. "That was better than I thought," said Weeks, who is almost five months pregnant. "I made a couple of bathroom stops, which added some time, but otherwise, it was pretty smooth sailing. " She said she would celebrate by taking a nap. Mack, 31, of Evans, Ga., clocked a 3:18 in the half-marathon.
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October 7, 2011
United Cerebral Palsy of Central Maryland, a nonprofit organization with locations in Arbutus and Halethorpe to support individuals with disabilities achieve independence and productivity, name these women to its board of directors: • Vanessa Jones, a Gwynn Oak resident, who works as a credentialing assistant program manager for the Maryland State Department of Education's Office of Child Care. She formerly held the position of education coordinator for the Baltimore City Child Care Resource Center Head Start.
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By Andrea F. Siegel and Andrea F. Siegel,SUN STAFF | September 3, 1998
Just by walking into the courtroom yesterday, the three judges made a statement: Women on the state's intermediate appellate court have achieved critical mass.The opening of the fall term of the Court of Special Appeals marked the first time one of its three-judge panels was all-women."We all wore pearls to mark the occasion," Judge Ellen L. Hollander quipped during a short break from hearing arguments in a half-dozen cases. "It was either this or white gloves."But each one's pearls were different.
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | September 28, 2013
A group of women has been charged in connection with a Baltimore County bank robbery, while police in Anne Arundel County said they suspect a woman in a green baseball cap in a separate bank heist there. Alexis Chandler, 19, Czekiah Fludd, 24, and Ashley Fitz, 22, have been charged in connection with a robbery at the Baltimore County Savings Bank in the 500 block of Eastern Boulevard, police said Saturday. The robbery happened Friday afternoon. Chandler and Fitz went into the bank and gave a teller a note implying they had a bomb, police said.
NEWS
July 14, 2011
In reference to the article entitled "On the rise," I would like to say that the only CEOs mentioned in the story about rising executive pay are a group of men in suits. Seems to me we are missing a real fact of substance here which is the disparity within the Maryland CEO ranks. I'm sure whoever is hiring into these positions could just as well find competent women to fill these posts. Additionally, three women co-authored this story. Did this occur to any of them? Patricia Bayly Miedusiewski, Monkton
FEATURES
By Michael Dresser, The Baltimore Sun | February 20, 2011
When Johns Hopkins University civil engineering student Erin Kelly was assigned a class project to design a steel structure, her thoughts went to her sorority "big sister," Miriam Frankl. Frankl, a fellow Hopkins student, was killed last year in a hit-and-run crash involving a chronic drunk driver while she was crossing St. Paul Street near campus. Kelly thought it would be fitting to make her project the design of a pedestrian bridge that might keep other Hopkins students safe. So she teamed up with two engineering school classmates, Charlotte Healy and Alison Ignatowski, to research what it would take to build a bridge across Charles Street — the main north-south road through campus — and whether there was a demand for it. Kelly said that would be a better location for the bridge than the site on St. Paul Street where Frankl was killed.
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