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July 12, 1997
An article in yesterday's editions misidentified the railroad that used the York Road trestle in the mid-1920s; the Maryland & Pennsylvania Railroad used the tracks.The Sun regrets the error.Pub Date: 7/12/97
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By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | March 8, 2002
A 48-year-old plumber was sentenced yesterday to 10 years in prison for his role in the 1978 murder of a Towson construction worker who was beaten, thrown from a railroad trestle and drowned in the Gunpowder Falls. John S. Derry of the 3300 block of Beech Ave. in Baltimore told Baltimore County Circuit Judge John G. Turnbull II that he has spent the 24 years since Mark Schwandtner was killed trying to help people and working to support his family. "I have been a changed person," Derry said.
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NEWS
July 20, 1992
An 11-year-old Anne Arundel County boy was killed yesterday after he ran from on oncoming coal train and tumbled off a railroad trestle into the Patapsco River, Baltimore County police said.About 5:30 p.m., William David Griffith of the 1600 block of Bedford Road, Ferndale, was walking with his brother and a friend along the tracks in the 200 block of River Road near Oella when a train approached, said Cpl. Jerry Fitch of the county police.The Griffith boy tried to get out of the way of the train but it "brushed" him, Corporal Fitch said, causing him to fall from the bridge into the river.
NEWS
July 12, 1997
An article in yesterday's editions misidentified the railroad that used the York Road trestle in the mid-1920s; the Maryland & Pennsylvania Railroad used the tracks.The Sun regrets the error.Pub Date: 7/12/97
NEWS
By Dennis O'Brien and Dennis O'Brien,SUN STAFF | March 8, 2002
A 48-year-old plumber was sentenced yesterday to 10 years in prison for his role in the 1978 murder of a Towson construction worker who was beaten, thrown from a railroad trestle and drowned in the Gunpowder Falls. John S. Derry of the 3300 block of Beech Ave. in Baltimore told Baltimore County Circuit Judge John G. Turnbull II that he has spent the 24 years since Mark Schwandtner was killed trying to help people and working to support his family. "I have been a changed person," Derry said.
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By Edward L. Heard Jr. and Edward L. Heard Jr.,Staff Writer | July 21, 1992
The 50-foot-high trestle crossing the Patapsco River off the 200 block of River Road near Oella is a popular spot for teens looking to show their courage as they scamper along the railroad tracks. For others, it's a shortcut to swimming and fishing.But railroad officials warn of the danger of walking along the tracks.The warnings apparently go unheeded.William David "Billy" Griffith, 11, fell to his death from the trestle Sunday afternoon while returning from a swimming excursion.Yesterday, children still played along the steel beams that border the railroad tracks.
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By Huntley J. Cross | January 6, 1991
I would very much appreciate the opportunity to respond to Marvin Sands, chairman, Canandaigua Wine Co. Inc., and his letter of Dec. 30.Let me begin by stating that I am in complete agreement with what Sands stated in the last paragraph of his letter: "We believe that public officials are responsible for providing correct, verified information to the public."I agree wholeheartedly with Sands because that is exactly what I did in regard to Cisco. I provided no blatantly false nor misleading information about the product Cisco.
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By Dan Thanh Dang and Dan Thanh Dang,SUN STAFF | January 30, 1999
A 55-year-old Randallstown woman was killed Thursday night in the driveway of her home when her 1988 Volvo rolled down an incline, overturned and pinned her underneath, Baltimore County police said.Judy Little, a counselor at Walbrook High School in Baltimore, was discovered about 8: 50 p.m. by officers who were responding to a call about an accident. Little, who lived in the first block of Trestle Wood Court, was pronounced dead at the scene.Police said Little had returned from dinner with a friend.
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By J. Wynn Rousuck and J. Wynn Rousuck,Sun Theater Critic | April 29, 2007
Fearlessly unpopular but highly principled stands are the stuff of playwright Naomi Wallace's writing - and her life. Making its East Coast premiere at Center Stage, her play Things of Dry Hours focuses on a black Communist Party unit leader, his grown daughter and a white steelworker who shows up at their door, running from the law in 1932 Birmingham, Ala. The father bases his life on two books: the Bible and the Communist Manifesto. THINGS OF DRY HOURS / / Through June 3 at Center Stage, 700 N. Calvert St. $10-$60.
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By Knight-Ridder News Service | September 23, 1993
MOBILE, Ala. -- Investigators focused yesterday on the possibility that an errant barge might have knocked into a bridge here, sending an Amtrak train tumbling into a murky bayou."
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By Edward L. Heard Jr. and Edward L. Heard Jr.,Staff Writer | July 21, 1992
The 50-foot-high trestle crossing the Patapsco River off the 200 block of River Road near Oella is a popular spot for teens looking to show their courage as they scamper along the railroad tracks. For others, it's a shortcut to swimming and fishing.But railroad officials warn of the danger of walking along the tracks.The warnings apparently go unheeded.William David "Billy" Griffith, 11, fell to his death from the trestle Sunday afternoon while returning from a swimming excursion.Yesterday, children still played along the steel beams that border the railroad tracks.
NEWS
July 20, 1992
An 11-year-old Anne Arundel County boy was killed yesterday after he ran from on oncoming coal train and tumbled off a railroad trestle into the Patapsco River, Baltimore County police said.About 5:30 p.m., William David Griffith of the 1600 block of Bedford Road, Ferndale, was walking with his brother and a friend along the tracks in the 200 block of River Road near Oella when a train approached, said Cpl. Jerry Fitch of the county police.The Griffith boy tried to get out of the way of the train but it "brushed" him, Corporal Fitch said, causing him to fall from the bridge into the river.
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By Jennifer Broadwater | June 11, 2013
With 140 miles of shoreline and boating access, not only to the upper Chesapeake Bay but also the 5,000-acre impoundment held back by Conowingo Dam, Harford County has many opportunities for boaters and others who enjoy spending time on the water. Though much of the county's shoreline is off limits to the general public because it is part of restricted areas on Aberdeen Proving Ground, the county still boasts several marinas and boat ramps. MARINAS Bush River Boat Works (Perryman)
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By JACQUES KELLY | August 2, 1994
An old photo came across the desk. It showed a set of streetcar tracks, some rowhouses and a curious, unidentified mansion.The scene was clearly the corner of 33rd Street and Keswick Road, but the pieces of this picture puzzle just did not make sense:Was there ever a colonial-style house, with a cupola on the roof and a porch supported by 10 columns, at this busy intersection?This is a real stumper. The photo, taken by the late Sun photographer Edward Nolan in 1947, is of the approach to the old Huntingdon Avenue streetcar trestle, a Baltimore transportation landmark that lasted from the mid-1890s through 1949, when the cars stopped running from downtown, through Charles Village, Remington, Hampden, Cross Keys and Mount Washington.
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