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February 8, 1997
Margaret Halsey, 86, author of the 1938 best seller "With Malice Toward Some," which mocked British customs, died Tuesday in White Plains, N.Y.Milton Berger,81, a Coney Island press agent who dedicated his life to promoting Brooklyn's legendary amusement district, died Monday in New York City.Pub Date: 2/08/97
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By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | July 4, 2014
Edward J. Rasmussen, a retired insurance broker who also translated Japanese, died June 20 of pneumonia at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 95. The son of J. David Rasmussen, a New York City insurance broker, and Ellamae Rasmussen, a homemaker, Edward Jeppe Rasmussen was born in Brooklyn and spent his early years in Queens before moving with his family to Scarsdale. After graduating from Scarsdale High School in 1937, he earned a bachelor's degree in 1942 from Dartmouth College.
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NEWS
July 1, 2002
Events to be held promoting use of transit to BWI Baltimore-Washington International Airport and the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority are co-hosting events to encourage the use of public transit to the airport. The events, which will include live jazz and promotional giveaways, are to be held at Washington Metro stops. The first is scheduled from noon to 3 p.m. July 12 at Metro Center in Washington; noon to 3 p.m. Aug. 16 at the Rosslyn, Va., station; and noon to 3 p.m. Aug. 23 at the Greenbelt station.
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | June 2, 2014
Veteran mailman Jeffrey L. Shipley turned his apartment into a repository of pilfered postage, authorities say, as he took letters, magazines, Netflix videos and even a Mother's Day card from the homes on his route. Shipley, who worked at a Postal Service facility in Catonsville, "failed to deliver, embezzled and stole over 20,000 pieces of mail," according to federal charges filed against him last week. He faces one count each of mail theft and delaying the mail. Neither Shipley nor his attorney could be reached for comment.
NEWS
May 19, 1995
Lyford Greene, 91, a former chief economist of AT&T who helped influence federal regulation of the telephone system, died Tuesday of complications from heart disease at White Plains (N.Y.) Hospital. He was chief economist at AT&T when the federal government was increasing its regulation of public utilities and their pricing policies. He was a strong proponent of the notion that capital-intensive industries, like the telephone system, need to earn a sufficient rate of return on their investments in plant and equipment.
SPORTS
By Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | October 6, 2013
Oct. 8, 2000: For the second straight week, the Ravens win without scoring a touchdown, prevailing, 15-10, at Jacksonville. Matt Stover kicks five field goals and Qadry Ismail makes nine receptions, a career high, as Baltimore improves to 5-1. Oct. 9, 1990: "If we don't get more money, I can't see any alternative but to drop football," Towson athletic director Billy Hunter says of his department's budget woes, exacerbated by the Tigers' move...
NEWS
By Frederick N. Rasmussen, The Baltimore Sun | July 4, 2014
Edward J. Rasmussen, a retired insurance broker who also translated Japanese, died June 20 of pneumonia at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Towson. He was 95. The son of J. David Rasmussen, a New York City insurance broker, and Ellamae Rasmussen, a homemaker, Edward Jeppe Rasmussen was born in Brooklyn and spent his early years in Queens before moving with his family to Scarsdale. After graduating from Scarsdale High School in 1937, he earned a bachelor's degree in 1942 from Dartmouth College.
NEWS
By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | June 2, 2014
Veteran mailman Jeffrey L. Shipley turned his apartment into a repository of pilfered postage, authorities say, as he took letters, magazines, Netflix videos and even a Mother's Day card from the homes on his route. Shipley, who worked at a Postal Service facility in Catonsville, "failed to deliver, embezzled and stole over 20,000 pieces of mail," according to federal charges filed against him last week. He faces one count each of mail theft and delaying the mail. Neither Shipley nor his attorney could be reached for comment.
SPORTS
By Sports Digest | August 16, 2010
Cal Ripken World Series With 4 homers, Bakersfield blasts White Plains, 9-4 The Pacific Southwest champions from Bakersfield, Calif., hit four home runs behind a strong pitching performance from Andrew Theron to defeat the Maryland state champions from White Plains, 9-4, on Day Two of the weeklong Cal Ripken World Series on Sunday in Aberdeen. Willamette Valley (Ore.) 4, Mountain Home (Ark.) 3: Justin Herbert hit a walk-off home run in the sixth inning to lift the Pacific Northwest representives over the Southwest champs.
SPORTS
By Sports Digest | August 17, 2010
Cal Ripken World Series White Plains rides 9-run third inning to 12-5 victory The Maryland state champs from White Plains scored nine runs in the third inning for a 12-5 win over Willamette Valley, Ore., at the Cal Ripken World Series in Aberdeen on Monday. Outfielder Brett Konzen went 2-for-3 with a home run and three RBIs. David Larson recorded the win for White Plains (2-1), giving up just one run in three innings of work against the Pacific Northwest champions (1-1)
SPORTS
By Mike Klingaman, The Baltimore Sun | October 6, 2013
Oct. 8, 2000: For the second straight week, the Ravens win without scoring a touchdown, prevailing, 15-10, at Jacksonville. Matt Stover kicks five field goals and Qadry Ismail makes nine receptions, a career high, as Baltimore improves to 5-1. Oct. 9, 1990: "If we don't get more money, I can't see any alternative but to drop football," Towson athletic director Billy Hunter says of his department's budget woes, exacerbated by the Tigers' move...
SPORTS
By Sports Digest | August 17, 2010
Cal Ripken World Series White Plains rides 9-run third inning to 12-5 victory The Maryland state champs from White Plains scored nine runs in the third inning for a 12-5 win over Willamette Valley, Ore., at the Cal Ripken World Series in Aberdeen on Monday. Outfielder Brett Konzen went 2-for-3 with a home run and three RBIs. David Larson recorded the win for White Plains (2-1), giving up just one run in three innings of work against the Pacific Northwest champions (1-1)
SPORTS
By Sports Digest | August 16, 2010
Cal Ripken World Series With 4 homers, Bakersfield blasts White Plains, 9-4 The Pacific Southwest champions from Bakersfield, Calif., hit four home runs behind a strong pitching performance from Andrew Theron to defeat the Maryland state champions from White Plains, 9-4, on Day Two of the weeklong Cal Ripken World Series on Sunday in Aberdeen. Willamette Valley (Ore.) 4, Mountain Home (Ark.) 3: Justin Herbert hit a walk-off home run in the sixth inning to lift the Pacific Northwest representives over the Southwest champs.
NEWS
July 1, 2002
Events to be held promoting use of transit to BWI Baltimore-Washington International Airport and the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority are co-hosting events to encourage the use of public transit to the airport. The events, which will include live jazz and promotional giveaways, are to be held at Washington Metro stops. The first is scheduled from noon to 3 p.m. July 12 at Metro Center in Washington; noon to 3 p.m. Aug. 16 at the Rosslyn, Va., station; and noon to 3 p.m. Aug. 23 at the Greenbelt station.
NEWS
February 8, 1997
Margaret Halsey, 86, author of the 1938 best seller "With Malice Toward Some," which mocked British customs, died Tuesday in White Plains, N.Y.Milton Berger,81, a Coney Island press agent who dedicated his life to promoting Brooklyn's legendary amusement district, died Monday in New York City.Pub Date: 2/08/97
NEWS
May 19, 1995
Lyford Greene, 91, a former chief economist of AT&T who helped influence federal regulation of the telephone system, died Tuesday of complications from heart disease at White Plains (N.Y.) Hospital. He was chief economist at AT&T when the federal government was increasing its regulation of public utilities and their pricing policies. He was a strong proponent of the notion that capital-intensive industries, like the telephone system, need to earn a sufficient rate of return on their investments in plant and equipment.
BUSINESS
By BLOOMBERG NEWS | March 11, 2003
NEW YORK - KPMG LLP agreed yesterday to pay $200 million to settle lawsuits filed by shareholders of Rite Aid Corp. and Oxford Health Plans Inc. accusing the third-largest accounting firm of misstating the companies' finances. KPMG, the former auditors for Rite Aid, the No. 3 drugstore chain, denied wrongdoing in both settlements, saying that it was settling them to avoid protracted litigation costs and "for practical business reasons." Rite Aid's shareholders will get $125 million and Oxford's will get $75 million in the settlements.
EXPLORE
November 17, 2011
Jennifer and David Fraley , of Ellicott City, announce the birth of their daughter, Tori Danika Fraley , on Oct. 25, 2011, at 5:13 p.m. She weighed 8 pounds, 15 ounces. Her siblings are Taylor, Tyson and Triston. Her grandparents are Jeff and Cathy Burleson, of Bladensburg; and Marc and Sue Fraley, of White Plains.
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