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August 13, 2001
Baseball Cardinals: Optioned IF Stubby Clapp to Triple-A Memphis. Devil Rays: Signed P Jon Switzer and assigned him to Single-A Hudson Valley. Phillies: Placed P Rheal Cormier on 15-day DL. Reds: Designated P Scott Winchester for assignment. Activated P John Riedling off 60-day DL. College Oneonta State: Named Laura Moan women's lacrosse coach. Football Bengals: Terminated contract of CB Carlton Gray. Lions: Signed CB Ray McElroy to one-year contract. Released CB Dennis Gibbs and LB Wayne Rogers.
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Kevin Rector and The Baltimore Sun | September 27, 2014
The circle of political power brokers and deep-pocketed investors hatched their plan more than three years ago, seeing promise in a project deemed wildly unrealistic by some and stubbornly unattainable by others. With billions in backing from the Japanese government, the Northeast Maglev group envisions building a futuristic magnetic levitation or "maglev" train capable of transporting Baltimore homeowners to Washington jobs in 15 minutes, at speeds above 300 mph. Plenty in Maryland think it will never happen or shouldn't, given the price tag in excess of $10 billion.
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Michael Dresser and Kevin Rector and The Baltimore Sun | November 2, 2013
Maglev is back, tantalizing Marylanders with the promise of speeds that could whisk train passengers from Baltimore to Washington in 15 minutes. What is billed as a new generation of magnetic levitation technology is at the heart of the latest proposal, the first step in what would eventually be a line taking passengers from Washington to New York in 60 minutes at a cruising speed of 311 mph. The proposal resurrects a technology that seemed to...
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Michael Dresser and Kevin Rector and The Baltimore Sun | November 2, 2013
Maglev is back, tantalizing Marylanders with the promise of speeds that could whisk train passengers from Baltimore to Washington in 15 minutes. What is billed as a new generation of magnetic levitation technology is at the heart of the latest proposal, the first step in what would eventually be a line taking passengers from Washington to New York in 60 minutes at a cruising speed of 311 mph. The proposal resurrects a technology that seemed to...
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Kevin Rector and The Baltimore Sun | September 27, 2014
The circle of political power brokers and deep-pocketed investors hatched their plan more than three years ago, seeing promise in a project deemed wildly unrealistic by some and stubbornly unattainable by others. With billions in backing from the Japanese government, the Northeast Maglev group envisions building a futuristic magnetic levitation or "maglev" train capable of transporting Baltimore homeowners to Washington jobs in 15 minutes, at speeds above 300 mph. Plenty in Maryland think it will never happen or shouldn't, given the price tag in excess of $10 billion.
NEWS
April 12, 2000
Larry Linville, 60, best known for his portrayal of the neurotic Maj. Frank Burns on the CBS television show "M*A*S*H," died Monday in New York of complications of pneumonia. He suffered from cancer and had a lung removed in 1998 after a tumor was discovered. Mr. Linville was part of a breakout cast that made "M*A*S*H" one of the longest-running shows on television. He starred with Alan Alda, Gary Burghoff, Wayne Rogers and Loretta Swit. The show, through both comedy and stark political commentary, detailed life at the 4077th Mobile Army Surgical Hospital, where Mr. Linville's whiny, power-hungry Burns was smitten with nurse Margaret "Hot Lips" Houlihan, played by Ms. Swit.
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By Bill Talbott and Bill Talbott,Staff Writer | December 19, 1993
Three Carroll County men have been cited by the Department of Natural Resources rangers for alleged deer hunting violations on Dec. 11, the last day of the deer firearms season in Maryland, according to a spokeswoman for the DNR.Charles Hamilton McKinney, 30, of Sykesville, and Bruce Wayne Rogers, 35, of Eldersburg were cited for alleged possession of a weapon on state land.Mr. McKinney also was charged with hunting in the Soldier's Delight Natural Environment Area in Baltimore County. Each violation carries a fine of $70 if the defendants don't choose to stand trial.
SPORTS
October 18, 2001
Baseball Dodgers: Added IF Jorge Nunez to 40-man roster. Announced IF Jeff Branson, IF Chris Donnels, C Brian Johnson, OF Bruce Aven, former Orioles P Al Reyes and P Dennis Springer declined outright assignments to Triple-A Las Vegas, making them free agents. Royals: Agree on two-year contract with C Brent Mayne. Delmarva Shorebirds (Single-A): Named Jennifer Dutch marketing director. Basketball Magic: Named Dee Brown special assistant to operations. College Arkansas: Announced TB Brandon Holmes was suspended indefinitely for unspecified violation of team rules.
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By FROM SUN NEWS SERVICES | April 7, 2009
Fawcett's cancer spreads to liver Farrah Fawcett is being treated for anal cancer that has spread to her liver and has been hospitalized in Los Angeles for a complication from a routine treatment, a producer who worked with the actress and her doctor said Monday. Confirmation that the cancer had spread to such a distant site was dire news. The actress, 62, was diagnosed with anal cancer in 2006. She was declared in remission on Feb. 2, 2007, but three months later, scans showed "not only had it recurred, it metastasized to her liver," producer Craig Nevius said.
NEWS
January 30, 2013
Thanks to Tim Wheeler for his article, "Turbines in the Wind" (Jan 28). The wind industry in Western Maryland is just the latest in the litany of industries despoiling their natural resources and landscapes. First, the timber industry denuded the forests, resulting in massive sedimentation of streams. Next came deep coal mines that even today require lime dosers to neutralize the acid drainage. Next, strip mining of coal from the surfaces of land, requiring revegetation that often dies from the acidic soil.
SPORTS
August 13, 2001
Baseball Cardinals: Optioned IF Stubby Clapp to Triple-A Memphis. Devil Rays: Signed P Jon Switzer and assigned him to Single-A Hudson Valley. Phillies: Placed P Rheal Cormier on 15-day DL. Reds: Designated P Scott Winchester for assignment. Activated P John Riedling off 60-day DL. College Oneonta State: Named Laura Moan women's lacrosse coach. Football Bengals: Terminated contract of CB Carlton Gray. Lions: Signed CB Ray McElroy to one-year contract. Released CB Dennis Gibbs and LB Wayne Rogers.
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By Greg Garland and Greg Garland,SUN STAFF | December 11, 2002
Some influential Democratic lawmakers criticized yesterday the involvement of their state party chairman in helping an Indiana-based casino company pursue a racetrack casino venture in southern Prince George's County. Michael E. Busch, the incoming House speaker, said he is concerned about Wayne L. Rogers' role as an adviser and prospective partner in Centaur Inc.'s project at Rosecroft Raceway. The effort by Rogers to assemble a group of investors and find a lobbyist for Centaur was reported yesterday by The Sun. Rogers is concluding a four-year term as state Democratic party chairman.
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By Michael Hill and Michael Hill,Evening Sun Staff | October 26, 1990
A test of the strength of a television series is how well it survives the loss of a major character. Think of "M*A*S*H" and the departures of McLean Stevenson and Wayne Rogers, or "Cheers" with Shelley Long leaving. Both came back stronger than ever.The same should be true of "Midnight Caller," an admirable NBC series that is currently lost on Friday nights at 10 o'clock. In the continuation of a two-part episode, Devon King, owner of the radio station where the series' main character, Jack Killian, has a late-night talk show, will sell her business and leave town in the episode that runs tonight on Channel 2 (WMAR)
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