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By Jamie Smith Hopkins, The Baltimore Sun | November 14, 2012
Renovation work at Clyde's of Columbia will displace 195 employees for about two months next year, but the restaurant's management said Wednesday that it will find jobs for the workers at other Clyde's locations - or at local competitors. "We're going to help everybody out," said Claude Andersen, corporate operations manager for the Clyde's Restaurant Group in Washington. "We did this once before, and we placed 200 people. … We're going to do the same thing this time around and take care of our folks so they'll come back.
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Pete Pichaske and For The Baltimore Sun | September 30, 2014
As a parade of designers and artisans swirls around him, Brian Keegan is an island of calm and a rock of assistance. He answers the telephone, keeps track of who comes and goes, replaces a few lightbulbs. It's his job for two months a year, and he loves it. Keegan, 73, is a “house sitter” for Historic Ellicott City's Decorator Show House, an annual event during which a historic Howard County property is restored, redecorated and opened to the public for a month.
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SPORTS
By Sandra McKee and Sandra McKee,Staff Writer | March 13, 1993
Only five weeks ago, Rod Langway handed the captain's "C", which he had worn on his uniform for 10 years, to teammate Kevin Hatcher. Yesterday, he said he was taking an early vacation and announced he "will no longer be a playing member" of the Washington Capitals.Of course, Langway attached a rider to the statement. He will take the next two months to access his physical condition and determine if he still can contribute on the ice -- either for the Capitals or another team."I just look at it as my playing career is over right now," Langway said.
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By Erica L. Green, The Baltimore Sun | May 2, 2014
A 14-year-old student at Friendship Academy of Science and Technology in Baltimore was stabbed Friday in the chest with a knife after a verbal altercation with a fellow student, according to a notification sent out to school officials obtained by The Baltimore Sun. A 17-year-old student was arrested. City school officials confirmed in a statement that a student "was injured by a weapon during an altercation" on Friday morning. The statement said the student was taken to Johns Hopkins Hospital and is in stable condition.
HEALTH
By Meredith Cohn, The Baltimore Sun | December 30, 2011
The first laboratory-confirmed case of seasonal flu was reported Friday by state health officials, who are using the milestone to remind residents to get vaccinated for the virus. The case involves an adult in the Baltimore region, and comes two months later than the first case reported last season. The flu is spread from person to person through coughing or sneezing or contact with an infected person. Symptoms usually begin a few days later and include fever, body aches, fatigue, coughing and sore throat.
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By Erica L. Green, The Baltimore Sun | May 2, 2014
A 14-year-old student at Friendship Academy of Science and Technology in Baltimore was stabbed Friday in the chest with a knife after a verbal altercation with a fellow student, according to a notification sent out to school officials obtained by The Baltimore Sun. A 17-year-old student was arrested. City school officials confirmed in a statement that a student "was injured by a weapon during an altercation" on Friday morning. The statement said the student was taken to Johns Hopkins Hospital and is in stable condition.
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By Jon Morgan and Jon Morgan,SUN STAFF | June 15, 1998
The battle begins anew each morning, as the sun peeks over the horizon, casting its light on a pockmarked terrain of rubble, machines and spent iron.Here, hundreds of men and women mass with battered helmets on their heads, goggles dangling from their necks. In their hands are the weapons of their trades: drills, saws, hammers and torches.They are in the final, frenzied two months of a battle with a rigorous deadline. They will have gone from drawing board to football stadium in two years and two months.
SPORTS
May 21, 1993
NEW YORK -- Lennox Lewis says he was sucker punched -- by his doctor.Lewis, the WBC heavyweight champion, underwent surgery yesterday on his right hand and will be unable to spar for up to two months.Dr. Robert Hotchkiss, chief of hand surgery, performed the 1-hour, 17-minute operation at the Hospital for Special Surgery in Manhattan, repairing a torn tendon capsule in a knuckle on the little finger of the right hand, as well as a split of the extensor tendon.Hotchkiss said the operation went smoothly and recommended that Lewis not use the hand for six weeks to two months.
SPORTS
By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | July 24, 2000
SACRAMENTO, Calif. - James Carter is to return tonight to Baltimore, where he will be embraced by family and friends as an Olympian. Two days ago, the 22-year-old graduate of Mervo High added the brightest detail to his meteoric rise in the 400-meter intermediate hurdles. He finished third at the U.S. Olympic trials and earned a trip to Sydney, Australia, where he could be a medal candidate if he continues the improvement he has made the past two months. Carter has stories to tell his mother, Marilyn Knight, and his prep coach, Fred Hendricks.
NEWS
By Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | November 15, 2012
Baltimore County police are searching for a 15-year-old from Reisterstown who has been missing for nearly two months. Sasha Arianna Samlal, of the unit block of Gloucester Court, was reported missing Sept. 21. She was last seen getting into a small black Honda with tinted windows, with a white sticker on the windshield. A Hispanic male was driving. She is described as an Indian female with long black hair, brown eyes and a medium complexion. She is 5 feet 5 and weighs 140 pounds.
NEWS
By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | April 25, 2014
A stalled rainy system is forecast to make for a wet and cool end to April, likely a third consecutive month with more than 4 inches of precipitation here. As much as 2-3 inches of rain could fall across Maryland over the next week, according to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration models . Rainfall so far this month is already above normal at 3.35 inches. Even before the rainy week ahead, showers and storms forecast Friday night could bring Baltimore's monthly total above 4 inches.
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By Arthur Hirsch, The Baltimore Sun | April 9, 2014
More than 1,000 mourners gathered Wednesday at the U.S. Naval Academy chapel to say goodbye to Midshipman Hans P. Loewen, remembered as an adventurous, vibrant, funny man whose company mates summed him up in a phrase: "Live like a warrior. " Loewen, 20, of Hampstead, N.C., a midshipman third class majoring in oceanography who was planning to graduate in 2016, died March 29, a week after a skateboarding accident at Assateague State Park left him in a coma. He was the third midshipman to die this year - one was killed in an accident and another, an academy football player, collapsed last month on a practice field suffering brain swelling and bleeding; he died three days later.
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By Carrie Wells, The Baltimore Sun | March 29, 2014
A U.S. Naval Academy midshipman died Saturday after slipping into a coma following a skateboarding injury, the third midshipman to expire due to injury in two months. Hans Loewen, 20, of Hampstead, N.C., was camping at Assateague State Park with other midshipmen when he was injured, Naval Academy officials said. He was taken to the Maryland Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, but he did not wake from his coma. "My wife, Barbara, and I join the Brigade, staff and faculty in mourning the loss of Midshipman Hans Loewen," Naval Academy Superintendent Vice Adm. Michael Miller said in a statement.
NEWS
By Ellen Nibali, For The Baltimore Sun | December 4, 2013
I saved my poinsettia from last year and it grew happily all summer. I put it in a closet two months ago to make it bloom red again for the holidays, but it is turning yellow instead. What should I do? Poinsettias need bright indirect light to survive. Here's how to get them ready for the holidays: Since poinsettias initiate flowers as days get shorter, any additional light from artificial sources will prevent flower development. To get color for the holidays, give plants no more than 10 hours of daylight and then place them in at least 14 hours of darkness each day. This can be done by placing plants under a box or in a closet each evening from 5 p.m. to 7 a.m. for about two months, generally October and November, so they are ready in December.
NEWS
By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | September 24, 2013
The tropics are quiet again, as a system that threatened to strengthen on Mexico's Gulf coast lost organization Monday. The system had high chances of forming into a tropical cyclone as of last week, but the likelihood faded. The National Hurricane Center does not expect any tropical cyclones to form within the next several days, according to forecasts. As we await a possible Tropical Storm Jerry, note that we were already on the letter N at this time last year, with Hurricane Nadine on its way to becoming the fourth-longest-lived Atlantic hurricane on record.
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By Justin George, The Baltimore Sun | September 9, 2013
City police announced another shake-up of senior staff Monday, replacing both the recently appointed head of the high-profile downtown district and the longer-tenured leader in troubled West Baltimore. Maj. William Marcus will take over from Maj. Martin Bartness in the Central District, police said, just months after Bartness took over in a broader reshuffling. Maj. Osborne Robinson will replace Maj. Robert Smith in the Western District, where homicides and shootings are up substantially over last year.
NEWS
May 5, 1991
A former Bata Shoe Co. purchasing agent was sentenced Thursday in U.S. District Court in Baltimore to five months confinement for his role in a kickback scheme related to a $4.8 million military contract.Alvin Grieninger, 58, of Havre de Grace, also was ordered to pay a $10,000 fine and $3,700 in restitution by Judge Marvin J. Garbis.The sentence includes one month in prison, two months in a work-release community center and two months in home confinement. Grieninger also must complete two years of supervised probation.
SPORTS
By Jim Henneman and Jim Henneman,Staff Writer | January 5, 1993
Jim Poole didn't have to wait until New Year's Day to make a resolution. It was about this time a year ago that he realized a change would have to be made for 1993.When he showed up for the Orioles' first day of informal off-season workouts yesterday, it created a flashback to last year. The left-hander had felt the timing was right to make a change in his preparation for spring training.Instead of a winter tuneup, Poole gave his arm what he thought was a needed rest. It turned out to be a disastrous choice.
NEWS
By Justin George and Justin Fenton, The Baltimore Sun | May 17, 2013
In the third week of February, two separate killings of couples alarmed Baltimore police and contributed to a spike in the city's homicide numbers that prompted the department to shift strategies, deploy more officers on foot patrols and hold community meetings in neighborhoods feeling the wave of violence. This month, police arrested one of the men they believe is responsible for one of the double homicides. On May 6, court records show, Perry Alexander, 19, of the 1700 block of Holbrook St. was indicted on charges of first-degree murder and gun charges in the shooting death of Shantese Evans, 26, on Feb. 24 in the 1700 block of Montpelier St. in the Coldstream-Homestead-Montebello neighborhood.
NEWS
May 14, 2013
In Washington, as in any seat of power, most acts of folly begin with hubris. Government leaders, elected or appointed, usually don't intend to do the wrong thing, to overstep or cause harm, but they become so convinced, so certain of their purpose, that they are blinded by their pride. Perhaps that's the root of the problem infecting the Justice Department, where officials secretly obtained months of telephone records of journalists working for the Associated Press. That Attorney General Eric Holder or anyone else there could find that action acceptable is frightening, to say the least.
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