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From The Aegis | June 27, 2012
Tiffany Maria McMahon and Shawn Michael Gough, of Abingdon, were married May 12 at Bel Air United Methodist Church. Rev. Barry Hidey officiated. The bride is the daughter of Lawrence McMahon and Leslie McMahon, of Aberdeen. The groom is the son of Robert and Denise Morgan, of Bel Air. Brittany McMahon, the bride's sister, was the maid of honor. Bridesmaids included Amanda Donelson, Kimberly Harris, and Rachel Davidson. Junior bridesmaids included Kaitlin and Lauren Blake.
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By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | June 11, 2012
Jurors are scheduled to resume deliberations Tuesday in the trial of Tiffany Alston, a Prince George's County delegate charged with using General Assembly funds to pay an employee at her private law practice. Prosecutors and defense attorneys wrapped up arguments Monday in the case of the freshman Democrat, who is charged with theft and misconduct in office, and jurors deliberated for more than two hours. Prosecutor Shelly S. Glenn said in closing arguments that Alston dipped into legislative funds for $800 in January 2011 "because she was broke, because her law firm was broke.
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By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | June 10, 2012
Theft and misconduct charges against Del. Tiffany Alston are expected to go to a jury Monday, one of two criminal cases against the Prince George's County lawmaker. Prosecutors are accusing Alston of using $800 in General Assembly funds to pay a clerk for doing work for her law practice in Lanham in January 2011, after a bank closed Alston's firm's depleted checking account. A bank official told jurors that Alston's firm bounced 49 checks in 2010. Alston's defense has maintained that the employee did legislative work for her, not in the state capital but in a district office that was in a suite of offices where the law firm had recently relocated.
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By Andrea F. Siegel, The Baltimore Sun | June 5, 2012
A Prince George's County lawmaker used public dollars to pay an employee of her law office after the bank closed her law firm's depleted account, the state prosecutor told a jury Tuesday in opening remarks in the criminal trial of Del. Tiffany Alston. But Alston's attorney countered that the employee did work as a legislative clerk last January for the freshman delegate and that politics are driving the charges. State prosecutors allege that Alston, a Bowie Democrat, paid the employee $800 in state money, and the worker didn't set foot in Alston's office after filling out state employment paperwork.
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Eileen Ambrose | December 12, 2011
Yes, you can order that diamond necklace from Tiffany & Co. as late as Dec. 23 rd and still get it in time to give it to your loved one on Christmas Day. Dealnews.com put together lists - one and two - of holiday shipping deadlines for online stores. According to Dealnews,  Tiffany has one of the latest deadlines - noon on Dec. 23 rd . Meanwhile, Friday, Dec. 16 th , is Free Shipping Day for about 2,000 retailers. They promise not only to ship for free, but to get delivery to you by Christmas Eve. You can plug in the name of the store at the Free Shipping site to search for participating retailers.
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BY KIRSTEN DIZE, kdize@theaegis.com | October 11, 2011
More details have emerged this week regarding the reported theft of a Super Bowl ring from a Harford County home sometime in August or September. The theft was reported after a credit card company alerted Charles Scipioni on Sept. 30 about suspicious activity, according to the Harford County sheriff's deputy's report. The credit card company contacted Scipioni, of the 900 block of Yvette Drive, about activity on his mother's account. He has power of attorney for the card, according to the police report.
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June 28, 2011
Our country's problems are complicated, but Newt Gingrich's Tiffany faux pas isn't. It's simple. It has to do with a leader having a sense of empathy, balance and propriety. The Gingriches and their million-dollar interest-free account at Tiffany's (they spent at least $750,000 on jewelry according to Slate) remind one of pre-revolutionary French nobility living frivolous, decadent lifestyles while their country faced financial crises and the peasants starved. It was amazing to hear Gingrich retort that he and his wife live "very frugal" lives.
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By Luke Broadwater | May 24, 2011
The disastrous start to Newt Gingrich's presidential campaign is serving up plenty of fodder for late night comedians.  After flip-flopping on Paul Ryan's budget proposal (and then claiming anyone who quoted him directly was spreading falsehoods, which was roundly mocked on Comedy Central), and then having his press aide send out a statement depicting him in an epic, machine-gun battle with sheep (which was also roundly mocked), Gingrich is now under fire for apparently running up a high jewelry bill at Tiffany's (reportedly as much as $250,000 to $500,000)
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By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | March 9, 2011
A 21-year-old Baltimore woman pleaded guilty in federal court Tuesday to creating child pornography by videotaping sex acts she and her boyfriend performed on a girl, the Maryland U.S. attorney's office said. Tiffany Bolner, 21, faces a minimum sentence of 15 years for sexually abusing a minor she befriended in 2009. The girl would spend the night — and later, weekends — at the home that Bolner shared with co-defendant Jesse Aaron Davison, according to the statement of facts in her plea agreement.
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By John-John Williams IV, The Baltimore Sun | September 3, 2010
Tiffany & Co., the jewelry store with the signature blue box and highly sought-after gifts, opened its 80th store Friday morning in Towson Town Center's luxury wing. The 3,700-square-foot store will primarily focus on jewelry, but will also carry the company's line of sunglasses, according to George Getschel, director of Tiffany at Towson Town Center. Inventory ranges from charms and silver bracelets for less than $100 to engagement rings and diamonds exceeding $100,000. Customers will also be able to order items from other stores, according to Getschel, a trained gemologist whose great-grandfather started the Albert Smyth Co. The store features many of the same architectural details found in the company's flagship store on Fifth Avenue in New York, which was founded in 1837.
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