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By Jennifer McMenamin, Josh Mitchell and Julie Scharper and Jennifer McMenamin, Josh Mitchell and Julie Scharper,Sun reporters | September 18, 2007
Jeffrey Jacobsen buckled his young sons into his sport utility vehicle and was about to drive away from the Timonium home he once shared with his estranged wife when he paused, the man's father recalled. Jacobsen asked his father, who was sitting beside him, to tell his wife to come outside. He said he had a question for her. As Jessica Jacobsen approached the vehicle, her husband quickly got out, shot his wife in the chest with a handgun and ran into the house, his father, Reginald Jacobsen, recalled yesterday.
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Wesley Case and The Baltimore Sun | October 1, 2014
Last fall, Timonium - home to the state fair and a head-spinning number of chain businesses - welcomed a city favorite, Ryleigh's Oyster. Since then, the Baltimore County version (it calls itself Ryleigh's Oyster Hunt Valley) of the Federal Hill staple has seen steady crowds regularly fill its tidy, well-designed space. On a recent Friday evening, with the location's one-year anniversary weeks away, Ryleigh's hummed along at an appropriately brisk pace. It was the end of the workweek for many in the area, and both bar areas (one near the front entrance and another in the back)
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ENTERTAINMENT
by Richard Gorelick | February 6, 2013
A First Watch is coming to Timonium. The new location, in the Timonium Square Shopping Center, will be the second Baltimore-area location. The first is in Pikesville.  The restaurant is expected to open in the spring and will employ approximately 25 people, according to the Bradenton, Fla.-based company. The fast-growing chain , which specializes in breakfast and lunch, says it is currently the largest and fastest-growing daytime-only restaurant concept in the U.S. Follow Baltimore Diner on Twitter @gorelickingood  
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun | October 1, 2014
Mary M. "Margie" Adams, who worked for a mortgage origination company and was a physical fitness enthusiast, died Friday at her Sparks home of a massive heart attack. She was 49. The daughter of Dr. Hector F. DiNardo Jr., a dentist, and Margaret Meekins DiNardo, a homemaker, Mary Margaret DiNardo was born in Baltimore and raised in Timonium. She was a 1983 graduate of Notre Dame Preparatory School and attended Marymount University and what is now McDaniel College. From 1987 to 1989, she was a medical scheduler at the Greater Baltimore Medical Center, and from 1989 to 1993 was a claims adjuster in the Owings Mills office of Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Maryland.
EXPLORE
February 6, 2013
Luna's House Inc. set up a booth at the Pet Expo at the Timonium Fairgrounds Jan 25 to 27. Pictured are volunteer Lynne Freund from Bel Air and her foster dog, Sophia (available for adoption), standing in front of the booth. Luna's House Animal Care and Education Center in Edgewood is a non-profit all animal rescue dedicated to bettering the lives of animals and their people.
NEWS
June 29, 2014
A 69-year-old Timonium man was rescued last week after a body surfing incident in Ocean City left him face down in the water, police said. The victim was pulled out of the beach at 82 Street at around noon June 25, said Butch Arbin, captain of the Ocean City Beach Patrol. Crews were unable to find a pulse when they first pulled him ashore. After several rounds of CPR, the man's pulse returned. He was also treated for facial abrasions and neck injuries. Police said he was taken to Peninsula Regional Medical Center for treatment.
NEWS
August 29, 1992
Today marks the start of the 111th Maryland State Fair, as it kicks off its traditional 10-day run at the fairgrounds in Timonium. You always know the end of summer has arrived when the state fair comes to town.What a delight it is to re-visit the fair every year. Stopping at the familiar Farm and Garden, 4-H and Home Arts buildings, the Cow Palace, the Horse Show Ring and, of course, the Midway, is a reminder of youthful days gone by and of the agricultural heritage that still remains an important part of modern-day Maryland.
ENTERTAINMENT
Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | November 14, 2013
The operators of Liberatore's in Timonium are opening an adjacent wine bar. Liquid Lib's will open on Nov. 25. This will be the first wine bar in the Liberatore's family of restaurants, which includes a total of five locations in Harford, Carroll and Baltimore Counties. The first location, in Eldersburg, was opened in 1988. “I have been dreaming of opening a place like this for years,” said John Liberatore, who operates the Timonium restaurant on Deereco Road.   Liquid Lib's, Liberatore said, will provide a new option for residents of northern Baltimore County, which is dominated, he explained, by taverns on one end and a handful of fine-dining destinations on the other.
NEWS
By Colin Campbell, The Baltimore Sun | April 20, 2014
A grill fire on the back deck of a Timonium home Sunday spread to two houses in a two-alarm blaze that displaced as many as five people, the Baltimore County Fire Department said. Firefighters were called to the 600 block of Dunloy Ct. Sunday afternoon, and the fire was upgraded to two alarms around 5:30 p.m. A firefighter was injured while responding and taken to an area hospital with minor injuries, according to Lt. Jay Ringgold of the BCFD. Ringgold said the firefighter was in "good condition" Sunday night.
NEWS
December 1, 2009
Baltimore County police are asking for the public's help in finding a 23-year-old woman who has been missing since last week. Jerryell Myesha Foster has not been seen since she left her home on Hazy Morn Court in Timonium at 9 a.m. Wednesday. Relatives told police that Foster did not attend a family Thanksgiving dinner and they are concerned about her. They said it was out of character for Foster to miss a holiday with family members and to not be in touch with them. Foster was described as black, 5 feet, 2 inches tall and weighing about 125 pounds.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen and The Baltimore Sun | September 22, 2014
Samuel F. Baxter, who had careers in the Army and later railroading, died Thursday of heart failure at Heartlands of Severna Park. He was 97. The son of Mason Baxter and Myrtelle Baxter, farmers, Samuel Ford Baxter was born in Sudlersville and later moved to Denton. After graduating in 1933 from Caroline High School, he earned a bachelor's degree in 1938 in business administration from Western Maryland College, now McDaniel College, where he was in the Army Reserve. Mr. Baxter worked in Baltimore as an accountant with General Chemical Co. In November 1941, he was ordered to active duty as a second lieutenant with the Army Quartermaster Corps.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | August 12, 2014
Lester J. Bartholomew, a retired tax accountant, died Saturday at the Presbyterian Home of Maryland in Towson of complications from a fall. He was 100. Lester John Bartholomew was born in Reading, Pa., and later moved with his family to Laurel. He graduated from Laurel High School, where he had been a member of the school's tennis team. He earned a degree in accounting from the University of Baltimore and from the 1940s through the 1970s was a tax accountant and treasurer of the Cannon Shoe Co. Mr. Bartholomew later was a tax accountant for American Totalizator Co. and the Strut Group, a family-owned commercial and residential building firm, from which he retired in 1992.
FEATURES
By Samantha Iacia, For The Baltimore Sun | August 8, 2014
Date: June 7 Her story: Anna Scanlan, 26, grew up in Timonium. She is a labor and delivery nurse at MedStar Franklin Square Medical Center in Rosedale and is working toward a master's degree in nursing education at Towson University. Her mother, Mary Scanlan, lives in Timonium. Her father, Al Scanlan, lives in Silver Spring. His story: Dave Swift, 32, grew up in Stoneleigh. He works with his two brothers for their uncle's custom home company, Southfen Inc., based in Whitehall.
SPORTS
From Sun staff reports | August 8, 2014
Becca Meyers on Thursday became the second Baltimore-area swimmer in two days to break a world record at the 2014 Pan Pacific Para-Swimming Championships in Pasadena, Calif. Meyers, of Timonium, swam her morning preliminary in the women's 400-meter freestyle S13 race in 4 minutes, 25.31 seconds, besting the five-year-old mark of 4:28.64. Meyers went on to win the gold medal in the event during the evening final with a 4:25.58. The event, not contested at the 2012 Paralympic Games, where Meyers made her Paralympic debut with a silver and bronze medal, is slated for inclusion in the 2016 Games in Rio de Janeiro.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | July 30, 2014
Laurel A. Oleynick, a former X-ray technician and longtime volunteer, died Tuesday of complications from a stroke at the Loch Raven VA Community Living & Rehabilitation Center in Northeast Baltimore. She was 82. The daughter of Byron Coggins, a postal worker, and Estelle Coggins, a homemaker, Laurel Adele Coggins was born and raised on Nantucket. After graduating from Nantucket High School in 1949, she enlisted in the Air Force and served for seven years as a technician with the Strategic Air Command.
BUSINESS
By Lorraine Mirabella, The Baltimore Sun | July 28, 2014
Lumber Liquidators, a hardwood flooring specialty retailer, has opened a store in Timonium, the third in the Baltimore area. The York Road store offers more than 340 varieties of flooring, including laminate, solid hardwood, engineered hardwood, bamboo, cork and vinyl wood plank. The chain also sells molding, trim, flooring tools and other related products and says it keeps prices low by working directly with mills. Consumers can try out a variety of floors installed in the store, take home samples and consult with flooring specialists.
ENTERTAINMENT
Richard Gorelick and The Baltimore Sun | June 12, 2013
The owners of Michael's Cafe in Timonium have announced plans to add a Federal Hill location. The new restaurant, which is being planned for a spring 2014 opening, will operate under the Michael's name but with a slightly different concept, according to a Michael's spokeswoman. A Baltimore County fixture since 1984, Michael's is owned and operated by the Dellis family, who have also announced some changes at the Timonium home. The planned renovations will expand the existing 500 square-foot outdoor patio into the Patio at Michael's Cafe, a 2,400 square-foot space encompassing a newly designed indoor bar, outdoor lounge, dining area and back bar. The Timonium restaurant will remain fully operational during the renovations, which are expected to be completed by the end of the summer.
SPORTS
Sports Digest | September 4, 2012
Et cetera Trainers Ness, McMahon share honors at Timonium Remnants of Hurricane Isaac streaked across the Timonium fairgrounds just before call to the post for the final race of the Maryland State Fair meeting Monday afternoon, forcing officials to cancel the race and end the program. The meeting ended with a tie for training honors between Jamie Ness and Hugh McMahon . Both saddled five winners over seven days. McMahon won a trainer's bonus of $4,000 with points based on 1-2-3 finishers and number of starters.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | July 28, 2014
Frederick J. "Jack" Beste, a retired businessman and World War II veteran, died Wednesday at Lorien Mays Chapel of complications from pneumonia. He was 88. The son of Frederick J. Beste Sr., a cemetery director, and Evelyn Bevans Beste, a homemaker, Frederick John Beste was born in Baltimore and raised on Rosalie Avenue in Hamilton. He graduated in 1943 from Polytechnic Institute and enlisted in the Army Air Forces, where he was a radar and mathematics instructor. After being discharged in 1947, he went to work as an instructor for the New York Technical Institute of Maryland and later became its director.
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | July 22, 2014
Stuart F. Oster, an environmental health specialist who worked for the Howard County Health Department, died June 28 of undetermined causes at his Ellicott City home. He was 55. "We are waiting for the results of the toxicologist's report from the medical examiner as to the cause of death," said a brother, Kevin R. Oster of Monkton. The son of Edwin F. Oster Jr., an engineer, and LaRue K. Oster, a homemaker, Stuart Frederick Oster was born in Baltimore and raised in Lutherville.
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