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By Candus Thomson | February 20, 2002
It's becoming the most famous animal act since Rocky and Bullwinkle. And as a matter of fact, it's a reprise of moose and squirrel. The hollow that holds the ski jumping runs and the track for bobsled, luge and skeleton has a mini-herd of moose that pops up along the roadside, grazes on the slopes and poses for NBC. But, on mornings when the track isn't being used for training or competition, a group of squirrels sometimes scampers around on the icy...
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By Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun | August 22, 2013
The deep-fried decadence of the state fair may get most of the attention , but the Brewers Association of Maryland has done the beer-drinking public a service this year by curating a beer list that should make any local proud. The fair kicks off Friday, and the Brewers Association of Maryland will be serving the following beers (all brewed in-state) both weekends (Aug. 23-25 and Aug. 30-Sept. 2) from noon to 10 p.m. in the Maryland Foods Pavilion: • DuClaw Brewing Company's Sweet Baby Jesus (a rich peanut butter and chocolate porter)
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By Jean Marbella and Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun and By Jean Marbella and Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | February 22, 2013
An Edgemere woman was attacked by at least one of her two pit bulls and seriously injured Friday afternoon, Baltimore County police said. The dogs, one white and the other brown, were loose for several hours after the attack, which occurred shortly before 2:45 p.m. in the 7600 block of North Point Road, police said. The white dog was located in the 8200 block of North Point Road about five hours after the attack and, because it was behaving aggressively, police said officers shot and killed it. A short time later, the brown dog was found and taken into custody by Baltimore County Animal Care and Control, which is holding it pending further investigation.
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By Shelley Silwick, Write2shell@yahoo.com | July 25, 2013
Readers of this column will be familiar with the story of Noelle, the white dog owned by the Rev. Louis Scurti that was lost in White Marsh for almost 17 months after the car in which she was being transported back to Father Lou's home in New Jersey was in an accident on Interstate 95. That's when Noelle ran from the scene and landed in White Marsh, eventually turning up in New York City where she was picked up by Manhattan Animal Control. Then Kristen Edmonds, who runs Treasured K9s, picked up Noelle, (then known as Bell)
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By Eugene Zion | August 23, 1998
Editor's note: A dirty dog learns his lesson and finally comes clean.Harry was a white dog with black spots who liked everything, except ... getting a bath. So one day when he heard the water running in the tub, he took the scrubbing brush and buried it in the back yard. Then he ran away from home.He played where they were fixing the street and got very dirty. He played at the railroad and got even dirtier. He played tag with other dogs and became dirtier still. He slid down a coal chute and got the dirtiest of all. In fact, he changed from a white dog with black spots to a black dog with white spots.
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By Shelley Silwick, Write2hell@yahoo.com | September 21, 2011
Rev. Lou Scurti's Akita-husky mixed breed dog, Noelle, bolted in terror when the car in which she was riding, driven by Father Lou's cousin, was involved in a multiple-car accident on Interstate 95 on Aug 27. Scurti's cousin is out of the hospital, in physical therapy and on the mend. But Noelle is still missing. So Father Lou, of New Jersey, is conducting an all-out search for his beloved pooch. Father Lou, a retired priest from Haledon, has been to Maryland to search for her and enlisted the help of his friends his cousin's friends, pet finding agencies, social media and the kind-hearted people of Perry Hall and White Marsh.
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Marta H. Mossburg | April 9, 2013
People say dogs look like their owners. That may not be true, but they certainly look and act like we want them to, as breeds are a construct of generations of culling for certain aesthetic and other traits, including hunting ability, intelligence and, in some cases, viciousness. Which brings us to pit bulls, considered "inherently dangerous" under Maryland law since a 2012 Court of Appeals ruling. Some of the dogs that fall into that general description are ferocious, because humans designed them to be. But so are a lot of other dogs that, for whatever nature or nurture reason, like to bite people - which is why many urged lawmakers to overturn the decision.
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By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | April 3, 1997
Anne Arundel County police shot two pit bulls Tuesday after the dogs viciously attacked a 9-year-old boy and several other people in a Glen Burnie neighborhood. It took several officers and an animal control worker to corner the animals.The boy, James E. Snook of the 7500 block of Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd., was treated at North Arundel Hospital for 14 bite wounds and released.One dog died of gunshot wounds, and the other wounded dog was put to sleep by animal control workers.Animal control officials are expected to pursue charges against the owner, but it was not clear yesterday whether any charges had been filed.
ENTERTAINMENT
By Wesley Case, The Baltimore Sun | August 22, 2013
The deep-fried decadence of the state fair may get most of the attention , but the Brewers Association of Maryland has done the beer-drinking public a service this year by curating a beer list that should make any local proud. The fair kicks off Friday, and the Brewers Association of Maryland will be serving the following beers (all brewed in-state) both weekends (Aug. 23-25 and Aug. 30-Sept. 2) from noon to 10 p.m. in the Maryland Foods Pavilion: • DuClaw Brewing Company's Sweet Baby Jesus (a rich peanut butter and chocolate porter)
NEWS
By Shelley Silwick, Write2shell@yahoo.com | July 25, 2013
Readers of this column will be familiar with the story of Noelle, the white dog owned by the Rev. Louis Scurti that was lost in White Marsh for almost 17 months after the car in which she was being transported back to Father Lou's home in New Jersey was in an accident on Interstate 95. That's when Noelle ran from the scene and landed in White Marsh, eventually turning up in New York City where she was picked up by Manhattan Animal Control. Then Kristen Edmonds, who runs Treasured K9s, picked up Noelle, (then known as Bell)
NEWS
Marta H. Mossburg | April 9, 2013
People say dogs look like their owners. That may not be true, but they certainly look and act like we want them to, as breeds are a construct of generations of culling for certain aesthetic and other traits, including hunting ability, intelligence and, in some cases, viciousness. Which brings us to pit bulls, considered "inherently dangerous" under Maryland law since a 2012 Court of Appeals ruling. Some of the dogs that fall into that general description are ferocious, because humans designed them to be. But so are a lot of other dogs that, for whatever nature or nurture reason, like to bite people - which is why many urged lawmakers to overturn the decision.
NEWS
By Jean Marbella and Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun and By Jean Marbella and Jessica Anderson, The Baltimore Sun | February 22, 2013
An Edgemere woman was attacked by at least one of her two pit bulls and seriously injured Friday afternoon, Baltimore County police said. The dogs, one white and the other brown, were loose for several hours after the attack, which occurred shortly before 2:45 p.m. in the 7600 block of North Point Road, police said. The white dog was located in the 8200 block of North Point Road about five hours after the attack and, because it was behaving aggressively, police said officers shot and killed it. A short time later, the brown dog was found and taken into custody by Baltimore County Animal Care and Control, which is holding it pending further investigation.
EXPLORE
By Shelley Silwick, Write2hell@yahoo.com | September 21, 2011
Rev. Lou Scurti's Akita-husky mixed breed dog, Noelle, bolted in terror when the car in which she was riding, driven by Father Lou's cousin, was involved in a multiple-car accident on Interstate 95 on Aug 27. Scurti's cousin is out of the hospital, in physical therapy and on the mend. But Noelle is still missing. So Father Lou, of New Jersey, is conducting an all-out search for his beloved pooch. Father Lou, a retired priest from Haledon, has been to Maryland to search for her and enlisted the help of his friends his cousin's friends, pet finding agencies, social media and the kind-hearted people of Perry Hall and White Marsh.
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By kevin cowherd and kevin cowherd,kevin.cowherd@baltsun.com | November 23, 2008
Barack and Michelle Obama, the nation is consumed with your search for the right dog for your family. They asked you about it on 60 Minutes! Can a cover story in Time be far behind? By the way, that was a good move promising the girls a dog rather than a cat. As everyone knows, cats are aloof and imperious and have no soul, and, therefore, you never know what they're thinking. If you had a cat at the White House, I could see you taking a foreign dignitary on a tour one day and the cat creeping up and raking the dignitary with his claws - for no reason, just for kicks - and now the two of you are running around apologizing and trying to find Band-Aids and Bacitracin.
SPORTS
By Candus Thomson | February 20, 2002
It's becoming the most famous animal act since Rocky and Bullwinkle. And as a matter of fact, it's a reprise of moose and squirrel. The hollow that holds the ski jumping runs and the track for bobsled, luge and skeleton has a mini-herd of moose that pops up along the roadside, grazes on the slopes and poses for NBC. But, on mornings when the track isn't being used for training or competition, a group of squirrels sometimes scampers around on the icy...
FEATURES
By Eugene Zion | August 23, 1998
Editor's note: A dirty dog learns his lesson and finally comes clean.Harry was a white dog with black spots who liked everything, except ... getting a bath. So one day when he heard the water running in the tub, he took the scrubbing brush and buried it in the back yard. Then he ran away from home.He played where they were fixing the street and got very dirty. He played at the railroad and got even dirtier. He played tag with other dogs and became dirtier still. He slid down a coal chute and got the dirtiest of all. In fact, he changed from a white dog with black spots to a black dog with white spots.
ENTERTAINMENT
By kevin cowherd and kevin cowherd,kevin.cowherd@baltsun.com | November 23, 2008
Barack and Michelle Obama, the nation is consumed with your search for the right dog for your family. They asked you about it on 60 Minutes! Can a cover story in Time be far behind? By the way, that was a good move promising the girls a dog rather than a cat. As everyone knows, cats are aloof and imperious and have no soul, and, therefore, you never know what they're thinking. If you had a cat at the White House, I could see you taking a foreign dignitary on a tour one day and the cat creeping up and raking the dignitary with his claws - for no reason, just for kicks - and now the two of you are running around apologizing and trying to find Band-Aids and Bacitracin.
NEWS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun Staff Writer | June 28, 1994
Seven Oaks Elementary School performed a play about life in the Clinton White House for a dog named Shoes. Kingsville Elementary School connected a scene from the "Iliad" in which Patroclus is stabbed through the heart to the first heart transplant operation by Dr. Christiaan Barnard in 1967.And, when the world finals of the recent Odyssey of the Mind Tournament were over, both Baltimore County schools had finished in the top 10.Seven students from Seven Oaks in Perry Hall finished sixth among 55 teams in the Furs, Fins and Feathers category.
NEWS
By TaNoah Morgan and TaNoah Morgan,SUN STAFF | April 3, 1997
Anne Arundel County police shot two pit bulls Tuesday after the dogs viciously attacked a 9-year-old boy and several other people in a Glen Burnie neighborhood. It took several officers and an animal control worker to corner the animals.The boy, James E. Snook of the 7500 block of Baltimore-Annapolis Blvd., was treated at North Arundel Hospital for 14 bite wounds and released.One dog died of gunshot wounds, and the other wounded dog was put to sleep by animal control workers.Animal control officials are expected to pursue charges against the owner, but it was not clear yesterday whether any charges had been filed.
NEWS
By Edward Lee and Edward Lee,Sun Staff Writer | June 28, 1994
Seven Oaks Elementary School performed a play about life in the Clinton White House for a dog named Shoes. Kingsville Elementary School connected a scene from the "Iliad" in which Patroclus is stabbed through the heart to the first heart transplant operation by Dr. Christiaan Barnard in 1967.And, when the world finals of the recent Odyssey of the Mind Tournament were over, both Baltimore County schools had finished in the top 10.Seven students from Seven Oaks in Perry Hall finished sixth among 55 teams in the Furs, Fins and Feathers category.
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