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By Peter Hermann | January 19, 2012
The parents of Annie McCann, the 16-year-old girl who disappeared from her Virginia home and was found dead next to a trash bin in Baltimore in 2008, are alleging that a state medical examiner threw away her internal organs, preventing a proper Catholic burial. Mary Jane and Daniel McCann, during a news conference in Washington, also continued to blast the Baltimore Police Department's investigation and conclusions by detectives that the girl committed suicide by drinking a lethal dose of Bactine.
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By Peter Hermann | January 19, 2012
The parents of Annie McCann, the 16-year-old girl who disappeared from her Virginia home and was found dead next to a trash bin in Baltimore in 2008, are alleging that a state medical examiner threw away her internal organs, preventing a proper Catholic burial. Mary Jane and Daniel McCann, during a news conference in Washington, also continued to blast the Baltimore Police Department's investigation and conclusions by detectives that the girl committed suicide by drinking a lethal dose of Bactine.
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By Tom Horton and Tom Horton,SUN STAFF | September 6, 1996
THE PHONE RANG. It was Igor, soon to be starring in movie theaters near you. And soon to be shot, down in the rolling Virginia countryside, if care is not taken."
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 25, 2005
Maryland is guaranteed home-and-away games with Duke and Virginia for the next three seasons, according to the scheduling plan released yesterday by the Atlantic Coast Conference. The Blue Devils and Cavaliers are the Terps' primary partners in the conference schedule from 2005-06 to 2007-08. The plan also divides each school's other league opponents into three groups of rotating partners. Three of those opponents will play in home-and-away series, three will be played only at home and three only on the road.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | February 25, 2005
Maryland is guaranteed home-and-away games with Duke and Virginia for the next three seasons, according to the scheduling plan released yesterday by the Atlantic Coast Conference. The Blue Devils and Cavaliers are the Terps' primary partners in the conference schedule from 2005-06 to 2007-08. The plan also divides each school's other league opponents into three groups of rotating partners. Three of those opponents will play in home-and-away series, three will be played only at home and three only on the road.
SPORTS
By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | September 13, 2001
Maryland's football game against West Virginia this weekend has been postponed in observance of those killed in Tuesday's terrorist attacks against the United States. The game, originally scheduled for Saturday evening at Byrd Stadium, is now set for Sept. 29 at noon. It was an open date for both teams. The Atlantic Coast Conference yesterday voted to postpone all athletic events through Saturday. The Big East, of which West Virginia is a member, decided to postpone all sporting events through Sunday.
BUSINESS
By TYEESHA DIXON and TYEESHA DIXON,SUN REPORTER | July 4, 2006
A snowball stand's success depends on two key things: hot weather and lots of hard work, say Baltimore-area purveyors of the summer treat. Add those ingredients to the crushed ice and syrup concoction that has long been a regional favorite, and summertime entrepreneurs say they can make a decent living during the season's warmest weeks. "A lot of people think it's easy to start it," said Margo Torsell, who along with family members runs a three-year-old stand on Liberty Road in Randallstown.
FEATURES
By SUN STAFF | January 14, 2005
Les Kinsolving, WCBM-AM's veteran conservative talk show host, is recuperating from triple bypass surgery after a heart attack Jan. 5. Kinsolving was stricken at his Virginia home and had surgery at Fairfax Hospital in Falls Church. The prospects for a full recovery are excellent, said a statement posted on the WCBM Web site. Kinsolving, who is in his early 70s, hosts what he calls "uninhibited radio" weeknights from 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. Meanwhile, a station spokesman said yesterday, sports director Art Sinclair also had a recent heart attack recently.
NEWS
March 24, 2003
On March 22, 2003, GLORIA K. TANNEN died of kidney failure at the Virginia home of her daughter Andrea L. T. Peterson Lovingly surrounded by her three children Jeffrey A. Tannen, of Long Beach, NY, Ellen K. Tannen, of Pikesville, MD and Andrea L. T. Peterson. "The taste of hard earned peace is all the sweeter." There will be no formal memorial service or burial. Donations may be made to: Halquist Memorial Hospice Center, 4715 North 15th Street, Arlington, VA 22205.
NEWS
September 7, 2007
JENNIFER DUNN, 66 Former congresswoman Former Rep. Jennifer Dunn, who became the most powerful Republican woman in Washington state history during six terms representing Seattle's east-side suburbs, died Wednesday at her Virginia home after developing a blood clot, her family said in a statement. Dunn, a favorite of both Bush White Houses, was Washington state's ranking Republican in Congress when she retired in 2004. She told the Associated Press at the time that she was pursuing a new career as a policy adviser and planned to enjoy time with her new husband and baby granddaughter.
SPORTS
By Christian Ewell and Christian Ewell,SUN STAFF | September 13, 2001
Maryland's football game against West Virginia this weekend has been postponed in observance of those killed in Tuesday's terrorist attacks against the United States. The game, originally scheduled for Saturday evening at Byrd Stadium, is now set for Sept. 29 at noon. It was an open date for both teams. The Atlantic Coast Conference yesterday voted to postpone all athletic events through Saturday. The Big East, of which West Virginia is a member, decided to postpone all sporting events through Sunday.
NEWS
By Tom Horton and Tom Horton,SUN STAFF | September 6, 1996
THE PHONE RANG. It was Igor, soon to be starring in movie theaters near you. And soon to be shot, down in the rolling Virginia countryside, if care is not taken."
NEWS
January 5, 1997
HOW SHOULD WE interpret important texts? From sacred scripture to the hallowed documents by which we shape cultures and organize governments, this question is crucial to many debates.Should texts be read literally, or should we also bring reason, history and experience to bear in interpreting them? That question has no fast or simple answer.Now comes a debate stirred up by law journals that may cast some light on the pitfalls of approaching a text too literally. It centers on the Constitution, a document that has kept some of this nation's best minds productively employed in teasing out its best meanings for each generation.
FEATURES
By Jean Marbella and Jean Marbella,SUN STAFF | January 15, 1997
The reviews are starting to come in on Dick Morris' tattletale book, "Behind the Oval Office." The New York Times calls it "lively, readable and anecdotally rich." Even the White House has spoken: "fascinating reading" if at times "factually wrong."But if you're interested in a review from Sherry Rowlands, the prostitute who made Dick Morris famous outside the Beltway with her tabloid revelations of his foot fetish and propensity to share presidential phone calls, you'll have to wait. She's not about to spend $25.95 on it, and instead is waiting for a free copy that her own book agent has promised to send.
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