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By Alan J. Carver and Alan J. Carver,Staff Writer | February 3, 1991
A Florida man wanted in Bel Air for assaulting and kidnapping a 65-year-old woman two weeks ago was apprehended by police in Massachusetts last week.Allen D. Morehouse, 20, was arrested Monday in West Springfield, Mass., following an argument with his estranged wife, said John W. Harkins, a spokesman for Bel Air police.Morehouse was the subject of a search by the FBI and police agencies throughout the northeast last week, police said.He was soughtin connection with the beating and abduction of a Bel Air woman Jan.17 as she was getting into her car, which was parked in a downtown Bel Air lot.Delaware police found the woman locked in the trunk ofher car the next day at a landfill near Wilmington, Del.Morehouse will be charged with interstate kidnapping, battery, robbery and theft when he returns to Harford County, Harkins said.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 2, 1996
The Maryland-North Carolina game Oct. 12 has been shifted from a 12: 10 p.m. start to 7 p.m. to accommodate ESPN2.It will be Maryland's third nationally televised game since last year, but the offense hasn't enjoyed prime time. The offense failed to score a touchdown at Georgia Tech last year and West Virginia last week.NOTES: Terps defensive tackle Johnnie Hicks suffered VTC shoulder dislocation at West Virginia, and is questionable for Saturday. Freshman Damone Boone, who was a Parade All-American running back at West Springfield (Va.)
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November 25, 1993
Monica Feeser of Taneytown and Melissa Harrison of Day, members of the Maryland 4-H livestock judging team, traveled to Louisville, Ky., for the North American International Livestock Exposition, which began on Nov. 16.The Maryland group placed seventh overall out of 38 teams.Ms. Feeser received 20th place in the individual rankings.The team had won a state fair competition at West Springfield, Mass., on Sept. 18.It won again at the Eastern National Livestock Show in Timonium one week later and placed second at the Keystone International Livestock Exposition in Harrisburg, Pa., on Oct. 2.Ms.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | February 8, 1996
Parade All-American running back Damone Boone capped a solid recruiting season for the Maryland football program yesterday, becoming the 23rd player to sign a letter of intent with the Terps.Boone, who rushed for 2,635 yards for West Springfield (Va.) High and was The Washington Post Offensive Player of the Year, finally announced yesterday that he would sign with Maryland over Virginia Tech. It was a decision he made Tuesday night."Damone was set on not going far from home," said Frank Creneti, the coach at West Springfield.
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By Paul McMullen and Paul McMullen,SUN STAFF | February 8, 1996
Parade All-American running back Damone Boone capped a solid recruiting season for the Maryland football program yesterday, becoming the 23rd player to sign a letter of intent with the Terps.Boone, who rushed for 2,635 yards for West Springfield (Va.) High and was The Washington Post Offensive Player of the Year, finally announced yesterday that he would sign with Maryland over Virginia Tech. It was a decision he made Tuesday night."Damone was set on not going far from home," said Frank Creneti, the coach at West Springfield.
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By FROM STAFF REPORTS | October 2, 1996
The Maryland-North Carolina game Oct. 12 has been shifted from a 12: 10 p.m. start to 7 p.m. to accommodate ESPN2.It will be Maryland's third nationally televised game since last year, but the offense hasn't enjoyed prime time. The offense failed to score a touchdown at Georgia Tech last year and West Virginia last week.NOTES: Terps defensive tackle Johnnie Hicks suffered VTC shoulder dislocation at West Virginia, and is questionable for Saturday. Freshman Damone Boone, who was a Parade All-American running back at West Springfield (Va.)
NEWS
May 17, 2006
Navy concert -- The U.S. Navy Band (above) and specialty groups will hold a concert series this month. The Navy Band, the 2006 Concerto Competition award winner, will be featured at 7:30 p.m. Friday at West Springfield High School, 6100 Rolling Road, Springfield, Va. Admission is free and open to the public. 202-433-2525 or www.navy band.navy.mil.
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen and Frederick N. Rasmussen,SUN STAFF | July 1, 2001
Kenneth C. Hobart, former creative director of the Baltimore-based Becker Group and co-founder of a now-defunct greeting card company, died of AIDS Tuesday at his North Baltimore home. He was 48. Until leaving the Becker Group two years ago because of failing health, Mr. Hobart was creative director of the company that is one of the world's largest designers of holiday decor for shopping malls, casinos, corporate headquarters and cruise ships. "Kenny was like a million-watt light bulb," said Gordon Becker, CEO and founder of the 40-year- old design firm.
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April 15, 2004
On April 9, 2004, MARILYN DUVAL, age 62, of Florida died of cancer. Marilyn is survived by her husband of 40 years, Dr. Paul Duval; four children: her daughter Andree Duval of West Springfield, MA; Denise Duval and her husband Thomas Dame of Baltimore, MD; Julie Westervelt and her husband William Westervelt of Tumba, Sweden; and son Paul J. Duval and his wife Lisa Duval of Holyoke, MA. Marilyn is also survived by threegrandchildren. There will be a Memorial Mass on Saturday, April 17, 2004 at St. Ignatius Church, 740 N. Calvert Street, Baltimore, MD at 10:30 A.M. Donations may be made to: Hope Hospice, Health Park Florida, 9470 Health Park Circle, Fort Myers, FL 33908.
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December 26, 2005
Sadly, WILLIAM A. DUPERREAULT died peacefully at the Castle Point VA. Nursing Home Unit B-2 on December 20, 2005 surrounded by loving family and caring staff. The son of the late Mary Jane Neely and Adolphus Duperreault born August 15, 1920 along with his twin sister in Baltimore, Maryland. August 1945 he married Margaret Cooke at the Monroe Street Church in Baltimore, MD., who passed away Sept. 1991 with whom he had four daughters-Margaret Fiorino, Ellicott City, MD. Melvina Loudermilk, Windemere, Fl, who died in 1998, Judith Parlier, Ellicott City, Md and Carol J Hasbrouck, Highland, NY along with many other grandchildren and great grandchildren.
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November 25, 1993
Monica Feeser of Taneytown and Melissa Harrison of Day, members of the Maryland 4-H livestock judging team, traveled to Louisville, Ky., for the North American International Livestock Exposition, which began on Nov. 16.The Maryland group placed seventh overall out of 38 teams.Ms. Feeser received 20th place in the individual rankings.The team had won a state fair competition at West Springfield, Mass., on Sept. 18.It won again at the Eastern National Livestock Show in Timonium one week later and placed second at the Keystone International Livestock Exposition in Harrisburg, Pa., on Oct. 2.Ms.
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By Alan J. Carver and Alan J. Carver,Staff Writer | February 3, 1991
A Florida man wanted in Bel Air for assaulting and kidnapping a 65-year-old woman two weeks ago was apprehended by police in Massachusetts last week.Allen D. Morehouse, 20, was arrested Monday in West Springfield, Mass., following an argument with his estranged wife, said John W. Harkins, a spokesman for Bel Air police.Morehouse was the subject of a search by the FBI and police agencies throughout the northeast last week, police said.He was soughtin connection with the beating and abduction of a Bel Air woman Jan.17 as she was getting into her car, which was parked in a downtown Bel Air lot.Delaware police found the woman locked in the trunk ofher car the next day at a landfill near Wilmington, Del.Morehouse will be charged with interstate kidnapping, battery, robbery and theft when he returns to Harford County, Harkins said.
SPORTS
By Jake Schaller and Jake Schaller,SPECIAL TO THE SUN | October 22, 2000
Archbishop Spalding senior Dusty Lieb ran a different style of race yesterday in the Georgetown Prep Cross Country Classic in North Bethesda, but the result was the same -- another good showing. While Lieb usually establishes a strong pace early and attempts to hang on, yesterday he used a powerful final push to complete the 5,000-meter course in 15 minutes, 59.62 seconds -- good for third place in the seeded boys race. "In the other races, I hung in toward the end," Lieb said. "This one, I got dropped [by the leaders]
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