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By David Hawley and David Hawley,KNIGHT-RIDDER NEWS SERVICE | August 11, 1996
Elvis Presley was only 42 when he died in 1977. I was 31 then, so I didn't have the sense that Elvis had been denied a big hunk of life. Now that I'm 50, I feel differently, of course.At the time of his death, the musical era he represented hadn't yet lived long enough to get old -- though Elvis had aged significantly, it seemed, even at 42. Many of us thought he had outlived his piece of an era, along with his youth, transforming into a Las Vegas lounge act in a preposterous jumpsuit: the Liberace of rock.
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By David Hawley and David Hawley,KNIGHT-RIDDER NEWS SERVICE | August 11, 1996
Elvis Presley was only 42 when he died in 1977. I was 31 then, so I didn't have the sense that Elvis had been denied a big hunk of life. Now that I'm 50, I feel differently, of course.At the time of his death, the musical era he represented hadn't yet lived long enough to get old -- though Elvis had aged significantly, it seemed, even at 42. Many of us thought he had outlived his piece of an era, along with his youth, transforming into a Las Vegas lounge act in a preposterous jumpsuit: the Liberace of rock.
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By John Fritze, The Baltimore Sun | June 2, 2014
The Social Security Administration office that reviews disability claims for Central Maryland has the third-longest processing delay in the nation — a backlog that prompted a member of the state's congressional delegation on Monday to call for action. Disability claimants with appeals at the Baltimore office wait an average of 17 months for a hearing, agency data show. That's longer than in New York, Philadelphia, Los Angeles and more than 150 other offices. In Chicago, by comparison, the average wait time is one year.
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July 23, 1997
FireGamber: Firefighters responded at 3: 11 p.m. Monday to a brush fire at Deer Park and Louisville roads.Gamber: Firefighters from Reese, Sykesville and Reisterstown in Baltimore County assisted Gamber at 9: 15 p.m. Monday, responding to a woods fire at Deer Park Road and Tupelo Drive.Pub Date: 7/23/97
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By JENNIFER CHOI | April 24, 2008
The 9:30 Club hosts alternative-country group Son Volt tomorrow. Started in 1994 by Jay Farrar, ex-member of the band Uncle Tupelo, the band has gone on to record seven albums and perform at Lollapalooza and on Late Show With David Letterman. Son Volt's repertoire ranges from quiet ballads to hard rock and draws comparisons to American rockers the Jayhawks and classic R.E.M. The quintet performs with Grammy-nominated roots-rocker Bare Bones Jr. Doors open at 9 p.m. The club is at 815 V St. N.W., Washington.
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September 18, 1995
Cipriano Ferrel, 46, founder of Oregon's only farm workers union, died of an apparent heart attack Wednesday in Salem, Ore. He was the former president of Northwest Treeplanters and Farm Workers United, which represents more than 2,000 farm workers. He also co-founded the Willamette Valley Immigration Project, a precursor to the union.James Kingsley, 66, a longtime reporter for the Commercial Appeal in Memphis, Tenn., who often reported scoops about Elvis Presley, Jerry Lee Lewis and other music stars, died in Memphis of emphysema Friday.
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By J.D. Considine and J.D. Considine,SUN POP MUSIC CRITIC | April 17, 1997
Once upon a time, there was an alternative rock band called Uncle Tupelo. It was not a typical alternative band, for its songwriters, Jay Farrar and Jeff Tweedy, drew as much from classic country music as they did from punk rock. This made Uncle Tupelo interesting, but it did not earn the band much of an audience, and eventually Farrar and Tweedy went their separate ways.So now there are two bands -- Farrar's Son Volt and Tweedy's Wilco -- and the children of Uncle Tupelo are doing just fine.
NEWS
March 8, 2005
On Saturday, March 5, 2005, SANDRA S. BURKE (nee Syman), devoted wife of Harold H. Burke; beloved mother of Mary Jane Boggs, of Gilbertsville, PA and Elizabeth Vanderbeek of Bel Air, MD; dear sister of Margaret Breese of Orange Park, FL; loving grandmother of William M. and Tyler J. Boggs and Benjamin J. Vanderbeek. Relatives and friends are invited to call the Schimunek Funeral Home, Inc., 610 W. Mac Phail Road (Bel Air), on Wednesday, from 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M. Funeral Services will be held at the Grandview Christian Church on Thursday, at 11 A.M. Interment at Mount Zion United Methodist Church Cemetery.
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June 23, 2002
Baltimore County police have arrested and charged a truck driver accused of hitting and killing a Baltimore man late Thursday night. Keith Patrick Peddicord, 34, of the 1200 block of Tupelo Place in Essex was driving a 1998 Dodge truck north on Wilson Point Road about 10:30 p.m. when James Irvin Bell, 34, was hit while walking south along the street, police said. Bell, of the 100 block of Denison St., was thrown into a roadside ditch and the driver fled the scene, according to police. Bell's body was discovered about 5:45 a.m. Friday, police said.
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By Glenn Small and Glenn Small,SUN STAFF | October 1, 1995
The Harford County Board of Estimates agreed this week to spend $338,000 to repave 12 miles of roads in seven neighborhoods, including Edgewood, Joppatowne and Bel Air."These are all roads that have been in the system for 15 years or more," said H. Hudson Myers III, chief engineer of the county's department of public works.Mr. Myers said some of the work will begin tomorrow and all of the repaving should be completed by Thanksgiving.The board of estimates agreed to award the repaving contract to Gray and Son Inc., which submitted the low bid.According to the contract, Gray and Son will cover the aging roads with a 1-inch layer of asphalt as part of the county's road maintenance program, Mr. Myers said.
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September 4, 1998
The County Commissioners will hold a public meeting to address proposed improvements to Monroe Avenue in Eldersburg at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the County Office Building.Residents of Monroe Avenue between Liberty and Ridge roads have asked the county to take steps to reduce speeding.A petition has asked for safety measures along a curve and three-way stop signs at Monroe and Sherryl avenues.County Department of Public Works staff has recommended edge marking and center-line delineation to remind drivers to stay in their lane.
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