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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 9, 2002
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - Senior attackers Stacey Morlang and Kristin Warnock scored three goals each as No. 6 Loyola upset third-ranked North Carolina, 10-9, yesterday in women's lacrosse at Fetzer Field. Senior goalkeeper Tricia Dabrowski anchored the Greyhounds' defense, making 13 saves and getting four ground balls in the win. After taking a 10-7 on a tally by Warnock midway through the second half, the Greyhounds effectively killed the clock for the final 15 minutes, holding the ball on offense for 12 minutes.
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By Julie Hinds and Julie Hinds,KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE | December 10, 2002
DETROIT - He stands proud in a gray business suit and red tie and speaks strong words about fighting terrorism - if you press a button on his back. Meet George W. Bush, the talking action figure. Conservative-friendly media sources like the Drudge Report and the Washington Times are hailing the toy president as a hot stocking stuffer. Even less partisan sources are wondering if he'll become the next Big Mouth Billy Bass, the singing fish that took the novelty market by storm a few years ago. The Bush doll is 12 1/2 inches tall and says 17 phrases lifted from broadcasts of Bush's speeches and other public statements.
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By Laurie Willis and Laurie Willis,SUN STAFF | September 28, 2001
In the hectic days before being installed as leader of a major urban church, many pastors would be crafting sermons, neatly pressing suits and robes, or ironing out last-minute details. The Rev. Raphael Gamaliel Warnock, due to be installed Sunday as pastor of Douglas Memorial Community Church in West Baltimore, has been doing what he does best: tackling tough issues. At Warnock's insistence, the 700-member church plans to open a weekend of installation events with discussion of what he sees as one of the churches' albatrosses: HIV and AIDS.
NEWS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 7, 2002
Charges against two Baltimore ministers, accused of interfering with an investigation of child abuse at a church-run camp in Carroll County, have been dismissed, a county prosecutor said. A Carroll County judge granted a prosecutor's request Oct. 30 to drop charges against the Rev. Raphael G. Warnock, pastor of Douglas Memorial Community Church in West Baltimore, and the Rev. Mark A. Wainwright, the church's youth minister. Warnock and Wainwright were arrested in August after a state trooper said the ministers prevented her from interviewing counselors as she investigated an allegation of child abuse at the church's Camp Farthest Out in Eldersburg.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | November 7, 2002
Charges against two Baltimore ministers, accused of interfering with an investigation of child abuse at a church-run camp in Carroll County, have been dismissed, a county prosecutor said. A Carroll County judge granted a prosecutor's request Oct. 30 to drop charges against the Rev. Raphael G. Warnock, pastor of Douglas Memorial Community Church in West Baltimore, and the Rev. Mark A. Wainwright, the church's youth minister. Warnock and Wainwright were arrested in August after a state trooper said the ministers prevented her from interviewing counselors as she investigated an allegation of child abuse at the church's Camp Farthest Out in Eldersburg.
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By Childs Walker and John Rivera and Childs Walker and John Rivera,SUN STAFF | August 3, 2002
Two Baltimore ministers have been charged with obstructing a police investigation into suspected child abuse at a church-run camp in Carroll County. The Revs. Raphael Gamalial Warnock, 33, and Mark Andre Wainwright, 30, of Douglas Memorial Community Church are accused in court documents of trying to prevent a state trooper from interviewing counselors at the church's Camp Farthest Out in Eldersburg. A state trooper assigned to the case said neither of the clergymen is a suspect in the child abuse investigation, but the officer would not describe the nature of the suspected abuse.
NEWS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun Staff Writer | July 26, 1995
Stockton Warnock, 51, balding with a touch of silver to his hair, looks like he should be teaching his 11 classmates. But Mr. Warnock is actually studying journalism at the Defense Information School at Fort Meade.The Air Force reservist from Pennsylvania said he doesn't mind returning to the classroom, unlike some of his younger classmates."They like to complain about the schoolwork and studying," said Mr. Warnock, a staff sergeant and aircraft engineer. "I don't mind doing the night reading.
FEATURES
By Julie Hinds and Julie Hinds,KNIGHT RIDDER/TRIBUNE | December 10, 2002
DETROIT - He stands proud in a gray business suit and red tie and speaks strong words about fighting terrorism - if you press a button on his back. Meet George W. Bush, the talking action figure. Conservative-friendly media sources like the Drudge Report and the Washington Times are hailing the toy president as a hot stocking stuffer. Even less partisan sources are wondering if he'll become the next Big Mouth Billy Bass, the singing fish that took the novelty market by storm a few years ago. The Bush doll is 12 1/2 inches tall and says 17 phrases lifted from broadcasts of Bush's speeches and other public statements.
NEWS
April 3, 1999
Marion Henry Schneider, 77, plant manager, war veteranMarion Henry Schneider, a retired plant manager and Bel Air resident, died Sunday of pneumonia at York Hospital in Pennsu. He was 77.Mr. Schneider was plant manager for 10 years of Trustwal Systems in Owings Mills until his retirement in 1986. From 1947 to 1968, he was a foreman with Eastern Stainless Steel in East Baltimore. He began his career working for the Bethlehem Steel Corp. in the early 1940s.Born and raised in Highlandtown, he was a graduate of city schools and studied engineering at the University of Maryland College Park.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | April 16, 2000
RICHMOND, Va. -- A stifling defensive performance early in the game set the tone for No. 11 Loyola's 7-5 victory over No. 13 George Mason yesterday in a Colonial Athletic Association Tournament semifinal at University of Richmond Stadium. The Greyhounds (11-2) will need more of the same in this afternoon's final -- the fifth straight title-game showdown between Loyola and defending champ James Madison. The No. 3 Dukes, who beat No. 19 William & Mary, 14-8, in yesterday's other semifinal, won the regular-season meeting with the Greyhounds, 12-6, on March 19 in Harrisonburg.
NEWS
By Childs Walker and John Rivera and Childs Walker and John Rivera,SUN STAFF | August 3, 2002
Two Baltimore ministers have been charged with obstructing a police investigation into suspected child abuse at a church-run camp in Carroll County. The Revs. Raphael Gamalial Warnock, 33, and Mark Andre Wainwright, 30, of Douglas Memorial Community Church are accused in court documents of trying to prevent a state trooper from interviewing counselors at the church's Camp Farthest Out in Eldersburg. A state trooper assigned to the case said neither of the clergymen is a suspect in the child abuse investigation, but the officer would not describe the nature of the suspected abuse.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 9, 2002
CHAPEL HILL, N.C. - Senior attackers Stacey Morlang and Kristin Warnock scored three goals each as No. 6 Loyola upset third-ranked North Carolina, 10-9, yesterday in women's lacrosse at Fetzer Field. Senior goalkeeper Tricia Dabrowski anchored the Greyhounds' defense, making 13 saves and getting four ground balls in the win. After taking a 10-7 on a tally by Warnock midway through the second half, the Greyhounds effectively killed the clock for the final 15 minutes, holding the ball on offense for 12 minutes.
NEWS
By Laurie Willis and Laurie Willis,SUN STAFF | September 28, 2001
In the hectic days before being installed as leader of a major urban church, many pastors would be crafting sermons, neatly pressing suits and robes, or ironing out last-minute details. The Rev. Raphael Gamaliel Warnock, due to be installed Sunday as pastor of Douglas Memorial Community Church in West Baltimore, has been doing what he does best: tackling tough issues. At Warnock's insistence, the 700-member church plans to open a weekend of installation events with discussion of what he sees as one of the churches' albatrosses: HIV and AIDS.
SPORTS
By Katherine Dunn and Katherine Dunn,SUN STAFF | April 16, 2000
RICHMOND, Va. -- A stifling defensive performance early in the game set the tone for No. 11 Loyola's 7-5 victory over No. 13 George Mason yesterday in a Colonial Athletic Association Tournament semifinal at University of Richmond Stadium. The Greyhounds (11-2) will need more of the same in this afternoon's final -- the fifth straight title-game showdown between Loyola and defending champ James Madison. The No. 3 Dukes, who beat No. 19 William & Mary, 14-8, in yesterday's other semifinal, won the regular-season meeting with the Greyhounds, 12-6, on March 19 in Harrisonburg.
NEWS
April 3, 1999
Marion Henry Schneider, 77, plant manager, war veteranMarion Henry Schneider, a retired plant manager and Bel Air resident, died Sunday of pneumonia at York Hospital in Pennsu. He was 77.Mr. Schneider was plant manager for 10 years of Trustwal Systems in Owings Mills until his retirement in 1986. From 1947 to 1968, he was a foreman with Eastern Stainless Steel in East Baltimore. He began his career working for the Bethlehem Steel Corp. in the early 1940s.Born and raised in Highlandtown, he was a graduate of city schools and studied engineering at the University of Maryland College Park.
NEWS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun Staff Writer | July 26, 1995
Stockton Warnock, 51, balding with a touch of silver to his hair, looks like he should be teaching his 11 classmates. But Mr. Warnock is actually studying journalism at the Defense Information School at Fort Meade.The Air Force reservist from Pennsylvania said he doesn't mind returning to the classroom, unlike some of his younger classmates."They like to complain about the schoolwork and studying," said Mr. Warnock, a staff sergeant and aircraft engineer. "I don't mind doing the night reading.
SPORTS
By FROM STAFF REPORTS | March 7, 2001
Krissy Warnock scored five goals and Lauren Peck added four goals and four assists to lead Loyola to a 17-8 victory over UMBC in women's lacrosse yesterday at Curley Field. Warnock scored three first-half goals as the Greyhounds (1-0) scored the first 10 goals of the game en route to an 11-1 lead at halftime. UMBC (1-1) controlled the beginning of the second half as Amanda Eldridge and Renee Triocchi each scored within the first minute of play. Loyola showed its domination again, scoring four straight goals to put the game out of the reach of the Retrievers.
BUSINESS
By Steve Kilar, The Baltimore Sun | January 2, 2013
Calvert School, the private, pre-kindergarten through eighth grade day school in North Baltimore, announced Wednesday that it has sold its more than 100-year-old distance learning business to a private equity firm. The terms of the sale of Calvert Education Services to an investment group led by the Baltimore-based Camden Partners Holdings LLC were not disclosed. "It has a wonderful reputation as a real leader in both home schooling and online education," said David Warnock, Camden Partners' chairman.
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