May 10, 2009
Ready for the shore, but not sure you can afford to go? Our annual Beach Guide has the lowdown on how to have good, cheap fun in Ocean City, Rehoboth Beach, Del., Wildwood, N.J., and Virginia Beach, Va. Look for it in The Baltimore Sun on Wednesday.
June 27, 2004
Mr. & Mrs. John Malecki announce the marriage of their daughter Jennifer L. to Ensign Sean E. Sheridan, son of Virginia Jamison and Kenneth Sheridan. Jennifer is pursuing a degree in Elementary Ed. Sean is a 2004 graduate of the U.S. Naval Academy. They now reside in Virginia Beach.
April 23, 1995
Porter Hardy Jr., 91, a Virginia Democrat who served in the House of Representatives for 22 years, died Wednesday in Virginia Beach, Va.He was known for resisting the influence of powerful Virginia Sen. Harry Byrd Sr. while representing the state's 2nd District from 1947 to 1969.
April 30, 1993
Charles BarrackOriental rug dealerCharles Barrack, who managed Oriental rug businesses in Baltimore for many years, died of cancer Jan. 13 at his home in Dunnellon, Fla.The 75-year-old Pittsburgh native moved to Florida after retiring in 1991 as manager of McDowell's Oriental Rugs in Timonium.He came to Baltimore in 1950 to manage the Oriental rug concession in the Stewart & Co. store at Howard and Lexington streets. He worked at that store until it closed in 1979, moved to the York Road store until it closed in 1983 and then operated the rug business in another store in the same shopping center for a short time before joining McDowell's.
March 5, 1991
Army Spc.MELISSA RATHBUN-NEALYGrand Rapids, Mich.Was the only female allied soldier listed as missing in action. She is 20, divorced, with no children, and is described by friends as strong and assertive. An ROTC cadet in high school, she joined the military shortly after graduation and is with the 233rd Transportation Company based at Fort Bliss, Texas. She hasbeen in Saudi Arabia since October.Army Spc.DAVID LOCKETTFort Bliss, TexasIs 23, and a transportation specialist. He and Specialist Rathbun-Nealy apparently were delivering equipment to positions near the Kuwaiti border in Saudi Arabia when they were captured by Iraqi troops Jan. 30.Navy Lt.JEFFREY NORTON ZAUNCherry Hill, N.J.Is 28 and was one of the seven allied prisoners of war shown on Iraqi television in the early days of the war. Bloodied and bruised in the broadcast, he showed no outward sign of injury yesterday.
June 8, 1993
What was supposed to be a relaxing evening in Virginia Beach, Va., for three teammates resulted in a broken jaw for Glenn Davis -- and likely ended Davis' troubled season.Davis, whose struggles with the Orioles this season led to his reassignment with the Triple-A Rochester Red Wings, underwent surgery at 3 p.m. yesterday in Norfolk, Va., after his jaw was broken, apparently by a punch from a nightclub bouncer late Sunday night. Kevin Harmon, the Red Wings trainer, said Davis' jaw was broken in two places and is expected to be wired shut for six to eight weeks.
June 13, 2006
On June 10, 2006, ROBERT W. WILSON of Columbia, and formerly of Virginia Beach, beloved husband of the late Rose Freda Wilson, devoted father of Nancy Brown and her husband Bill, David Wilson and his wife Diane and the late Gordon W. Wilson, dear father-in-law of Della Wilson, loving brother of the late Louise Mc Crory and dear grandfather of Gordon Wilson, Diana Gould, Kara Hawkins, Melinda Wilson and Lt. Rob Wilson. Also survived by six great-grandchildren, two nieces and two nephews.
November 29, 2006
Hip-Hop Clipse appearance The hip-hop duo Clipse re leased its long-awaited album Hell Hath No Fury yesterday. The Virginia Beach, Va.,-based pair appears at 6 tonight at the Sound Garden, 1616 Thames St., to sign autographs. For more information, call 410-563-9011. FYI Glenn McNatt is on assignment. His art column does not appear today.
April 2, 1992
Anthony T. York, who had been band director and a music teacher at Fallston High School since 1988, died of cancer Monday at his home on Whiteworth Road in Jacksonville. He was 29.Services for Mr. York were being held today at Woolford Memorial Baptist Church, 1710 Delvale Ave., Dundalk.The native of Monterey, Tenn., attended Campbell University in North Carolina before moving to the Baltimore area and completing his education at Towson State University, where he graduated with a degree in music education in 1988.
November 24, 2003
On Saturday, November 22, 2003, PAUL MORTON KOENIGSBERG, 72, formerly of Beth Sholom Home Virginia Beach. He was preceeded in death by his parents, Robert and Dora Koenigsberg and his sister Barbara Koenigsberg. Following a term in the Coast Guard, Paul began his career as a sales professional, which would span four decades. Paul's endearing personality, unique humor, and strong will earned the love and admiration of family, friends and clients alike. Born and raised in Baltimore, Paul is survived by two daughters, Rhonda Branyan and her husband John of Virginia Beach and Michele Koenigsberg of Norfolk; and two sons, Douglas Koenigsberg and his fiance, Cathy of Baltimore, Robert Koenigsberg and his wife Corinne of Baltimore; and six grandchildren, Rachel, Ashly, Samantha, Jarod, Jordan and Eddy; and loving companion Eva. A funeral will be conducted at 11 A.M., on Monday (today)