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By Carrie Wells, The Baltimore Sun | May 23, 2013
A man's body was pulled from the water near Holiday Hill Marina in Anne Arundel County on Wednesday night, fire officials said, though a cause of death has not been announced. The fire department was called about a man in the water near the marina, in the 3900 block of Callawasse Road in Mayo, about 8:10 p.m. Upon arrival, firefighters went to pier 6, where they found and removed the body of an unidentified male from the creek. The man was pronounced dead at the scene, a county fire spokesman said.
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NEWS
By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | October 24, 2013
An 8-inch water main break is affecting homes in several residential blocks in North Baltimore on Thursday morning, according to the Baltimore Department of Public Works. The break, in the 600 block of Winston Ave., is in the city's Winston-Govans neighborhood, east of the College of Notre Dame of Maryland and Loyola University Maryland campuses. Customers were without water or had low pressure in the 500 and 600 blocks of Winston, the 5000 block of Govans Ave. and the 5000 block of Ready Ave., the department said.
SPORTS
By Jerry Crowe, Tribune Newspapers | March 23, 2011
Water still draws Amy Alcott. The LPGA Hall of Famer, famous for sparking a women's golf tradition by jumping into a greenside lake after winning the Nabisco Dinah Shore tournament, is often found churning laps at Southern California swimming pools. "I'm not a good swimmer," Alcott, 55, says, "but I enjoy being in the water and exercising. " Nor has the winner of five major championships and 24 other LPGA Tour events ruled out another leap into a lake. On April 2, in conjunction with the Kraft Nabisco Championship in Rancho Mirage, Calif., she'll host the inaugural Fresh & Easy Dinah Shore Charity Pro-Am, featuring legends such as her, Nancy Lopez, Pat Bradley and Patty Sheehan.
NEWS
March 27, 2012
The Sun was incredibly forgiving in its recent editorial about Baltimore's scandalous water billing system ("Tax sale timeout," March 25), particularly since The Sun's own reporting has convincingly shown the Department of Public Works' incompetence and mendacity, its manipulation of citizens, and its outright fraudulent and systematic overbilling. People have even had their homes confiscated because of this system of incompetence and extortion, yet the mayor has had the audacity to assert that nothing can be done about this because to do so might damage the city's bond ratings.
NEWS
The Baltimore Sun | September 5, 2012
Dumbarton Middle School is closed Wednesday due to lack of water, according to the Baltimore County Public Schools website. No other closings or cancellations have been reported for Baltimore County public schools, according to the website.
NEWS
By Erica L. Green, The Baltimore Sun | July 7, 2012
A southbound lane along part of York Road in Cockeysville is closed after a water main break affected traffic in Cockeysville for the second time this week. The break occurred in the early morning hours Saturday, shutting down the road between Beaver Run Lane and Railroad Avenue. York Road was shut down earlier this week after a water main break. erica.green@baltsun.com .
NEWS
By Carrie Wells, The Baltimore Sun | August 4, 2013
One person was rescued from a car found by authorities in the water near Middle River on Sunday afternoon, Baltimore County fire officials said. The person was taken to a hospital with injuries that were not expected to be life-threatening, the county Fire Department said, and further information on the person's condition was not available. Only one person was in the car. The car was found in the water near Wilson Point Park, the Fire Department said. More information on the incident was unavailable.
NEWS
By Colin Campbell and The Baltimore Sun | September 15, 2014
A man's body was found floating Monday evening in the water under the Hanover Street bridge in South Baltimore, police said. An officer was flagged down at 5:40 p.m. by a person who first saw the body. The Baltimore City Fire Department recovered the body from the water. Police did not identify the victim, pending next-of-kin notification. No obvious signs of foul play were apparent, police said. The man's body will be taken to the Medical Examiner's Office for an autopsy to determine the exact cause of death.
NEWS
By Joe Burris and Mary McCauley, The Baltimore Sun | February 4, 2013
Repairs continued Monday to a water main break at Canton Industrial Park that had created a sinkhole over the weekend on South Newkirk Street, city Department of Public Works officials said. No one was injured and there was no property damage in Saturday's main break, which occurred when an underground pipe ruptured in the 1800 block of S. Newkirk St. near Holabird Avenue at 7:32 p.m. The main break spouted water into the air and caused a portion of the street to collapse, but the area has no homes and is used primarily by trucks, Department of Public Works spokeswoman Tiffani J. Church said Saturday.
NEWS
By Kevin Rector, The Baltimore Sun | August 20, 2012
The nearly five-week closure of Light Street in downtown Baltimore after a major water main break beneath its surface last month has ended, according to the city's Department of Public Works. The street reopened to traffic about 4 p.m. Sunday, said Kurt Kocher, a department spokesman. It first closed July 16, when a 20-inch-wide water main dating to 1889 ruptured, buckling the street's surface between East Lombard Street and East Baltimore Street. The main had previously been labeled as a "high risk.
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