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By Jeff Shain | March 31, 2011
He was going to be named Nicholas. Or as the lineup card might declare, Nick McGee. "It's funny," Mike McGee said. "I wanted a name that sounds good in sports, and Annika wanted a name that looked good on the business card. " He's William McGee now — Will for short. Change of plans. And whether he lights up the scoreboard or makes Fortune 500 standing — or something a little less — Mike McGee and wife Annika Sorenstam already know the newest family member is a battler.
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Sports Digest | October 14, 2014
In the wake of his team's fourth straight loss and its 13th in 14 games, Washington Redskins coach Jay Gruden addressed a host of problems during his Monday news conference, including potential lineup changes and the need for vast improvement in third-down efficiency and the running game. Gruden did not specify which players or positions might be in flux but said he does not intend to replace starting quarterback Kirk Cousins with third-stringer Colt McCoy . In Sunday's 30-20 loss to the Arizona Cardinals, the Redskins' ninth defeat in a row on the road, Cousins threw three interceptions in the fourth quarter.
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September 10, 2004
On September 7, 2004 ROSEMARIE WILLS (nee Brocato), beloved wife of Richard J. Wills, devoted mother of Peggy A. Wills and her husband Joseph G. Moore, Sr., Mary T. Wolfe and her husband Stephen, Rick Wills and his wife Robin. Dear sister of Jack Brocato, Sister Margart St. John, OSF, Mary Tress, George Brocato and Ray Brocato. Loving grandmother of Melissa, Justin, Brittany, Richie, Bryan and Christian. Relatives and friends are invited to call at the Schimunek Funeral Home, Inc., 9705 Belair Rd (Perry Hall)
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Lorraine Mirabella | October 13, 2014
Get a haircut at Hair Cuttery on Veterans Day and help a veteran. The chain of hair salons announced today that it will donate a free haircut certificate to a veteran for every adult haircut purchased on Tuesday, Nov. 11. It will be the 15th year for the chain's Share-a-Haircut program, in which the company has offered free haircuts to the homeless, schoolchildren and victims of domestic abuse. This year, the 900-store chain will partner with local veterans groups in hopes of reaching 25,000 veterans.
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March 17, 2006
On March 15, 2006 DONALD L. SR., beloved husband of the late Marilyn Wills; loving father of Donald Wills, Jr., Christopher Wills, Veronica Wills, Kathy Hartsock and Gina Dawson; dear brother of Charles, Walter and James Wills. Also survived by five grandchildren. Friends may call at CONNELLY FUNERAL HOME OF DUNDALK, P.A., 7110 Sollers Point Rd Saturday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 8pm at which time services will be held.
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By Ian Duncan, The Baltimore Sun | October 22, 2012
A supervisor at Baltimore's Register of Wills office tried to hide a felony conviction from his or her employer, according to a report by the office of legislative audits. The supervisor, who is not named, had been convicted of felony theft and was ordered to pay back more than $100,000. Acting legislative auditor Thomas J. Barnickel III said his team was tipped off that the person put false information on an employment application. "Unless we were tipped off on this, this wouldn't be something we would look for or typically find," he said.
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February 15, 2004
On February 12, 2004 ROBERT D. WILLS; beloved husband of the late Josephine B. Wills; loving father of R. William Wills and his wife Norma, J. Thomas Wills and his wife Marylyn; devoted grandfather of Robert, Eric, Jessica and Kathleen Wills; loving great grandfather of Michael, Elena, Kaitlyn and Jacob Wills; loving brother of Elizabeth Wills Simpson. Family will receive friends at HARRY H. WITZKE FUNERAL HOME, 4112 Old Columbia Pike, Ellicott City, on Saturday, 7 to 9 P.M. and Sunday, 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 P.M., with a Mass of Christian Burial on Monday, 1:30 P.M. at Our Lady of the Angels Chapel in Charlestown Retirement Community.
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October 28, 2003
On October 26, 2003 MARILYN R. WILLS (nee Welsh); devoted mother of Kathey Hartsock, Gina Dawson, Donald Wills Jr., Christopher and Veronica Wills. Also survived by four sisters, three brothers, 11 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren Friends may call at the CONNELLY FUNERAL HOME OF DUNDALK, P.A., 7110 Sollers Point Road, on Wednesday and Thursday 3 to 5 and 7 to 9 PM. Funeral services will be held on Friday 11 AM. Interment Oak Lawn Cemetery....
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June 4, 1991
Warren N. Wills, a civil engineer who worked on large construction projects, died Saturday at the Anne Arundel Medical Center of complications from a stroke. He was 83 and had a home in Riviera Beach from his childhood.Services for Mr. Wills will be held at 11 a.m. tomorrow at the McCully Funeral Home, 3204 Mountain Road in Pasadena.He retired about 10 years ago after working as a project engineer for various contractors.From the late 1950s through the 1960s, he served as an estimator on space projects for the Martin Marietta Corp.
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Dan Connolly and The Baltimore Sun | October 13, 2014
We're back at Connolly's, where we're gonna start pricing our rail drinks based on how many points the suddenly, high-powered Ravens offense scores weekly. I'm kidding about that - I'm gouging you people with ridiculous prices, because you can't stay away from the witty banter - and I'm not turning to football yet. The bartending crew - Pete Schmuck is really just a keg lifter, but we try to include him - is all in Kansas City. We're chewing on barbecue and the idea of the Orioles' season ending in Kauffman Stadium.
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By Don Markus and The Baltimore Sun | October 12, 2014
The Kansas City Royals had 13 hits in their 6-4 victory over the Orioles in Game 2 of the American League Championship Series at Camden Yards on Saturday. Except for a fourth-inning solo home run by Royals third baseman Mike Moustakas -- his fourth of the postseason and his second against the Orioles -- none of the hits traveled more than 300 feet. While the collection of broken-bat bloop doubles, seeing-eye singles and at least one crucial swinging roller by second baseman Omar Infante to start Kansas City's two-run rally in the ninth inning caused many Orioles fans to grumble about their team's bad luck, Royals manager Ned Yost called it “good hitting.” Yost wouldn't apologize for the way his team manufactured its runs Saturday compared to the three home runs the Royals hit in Game 1, including two in the decisive 10th inning of the 8-6 victory.
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By Eduardo A. Encina and The Baltimore Sun | October 11, 2014
Right-hander Darren O'Day has been one of the Orioles' most dependable late-inning relief pitchers this season. And even though he has struggled recently, manager Buck Showalter said before Saturday's game that he wasn't worried about how O'Day would rebound after allowing a 10th-inning home run Friday in the Orioles' 8-6 loss to the Kansas City Royals in Game 1 of the American League Championship Series. O'Day received his next chance Saturday in Game 2, entering with two outs in the eighth.
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By Lorraine Mirabella and The Baltimore Sun | October 11, 2014
The panels on the stand-up display feature the words of a dozen women who survived domestic violence, telling why they stayed and how they left. Growing out of a larger effort to tackle domestic abuse - or intimate partner violence - as an issue affecting health and safety in the workplace, Kaiser Permanente sends the display, featuring the stories of its employees, around to its medical centers. The project aims to "to open up a conversation, to let employees and members know they're not the only one who may be experiencing domestic violence," said Ann Jordan, program manager for women's health at Kaiser, which offers domestic violence prevention programs to employees, including on-site services, referrals to community services such as shelters and training to recognize signs of abuse.
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By Liz Bowie and The Baltimore Sun | October 11, 2014
For Austin Bradburn, a fresh cup of coffee, brewed and delivered during the busy early-morning hallway rush, became an unlikely path into the complex social world of his high school. Bradburn and eight fellow Patapsco High School special-education students began brewing coffee in their Patriot Java Stop last December, an idea launched by their teachers as a way to give the students real-world skills for their life after high school. "Nothing we have ever done has given them so many gains," said Dana Evans, who has taught the students with Beth Gray for the past dozen years.
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By Scott Dance, The Baltimore Sun | October 8, 2014
The International Space Station, carrying astronaut Reid Wiseman of Cockeysville, flew over Baltimore Wednesday, and will do so again later this week. It was visible Wednesday from about 7:45 p.m. to 7:51 p.m. The ISS moved across the sky from southwest to northeast, looking brighter than a star but farther away than a plane. It will appear dimmer in a flyover Friday, low across the northwestern sky from 7:44 p.m. to 7:49 p.m. #sigshell { float: left; width: 320px; height: 52px; margin: 20px 0px; display: block; }
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The Baltimore Sun | October 8, 2014
Maryland men's soccer coach Sasho Cirovski has been suspended one game by the Big Ten for actions after the team's loss to Northwestern on Sunday that were in violation of the conference's sportsmanship policy. As part of the penalty, the school has also been fined $10,000. Cirovski will incur the total cost of the fine, according to a team spokeswoman. Cirovski will serve the suspension Wednesday night against Virginia Commonwealth. According to a story in The Diamondback , Maryland's student paper, Cirovski "tried pushing his way toward the officials, his arms flailing and his voice booming" after the 3-2 overtime loss at Northwestern.
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October 7, 2014
It is time to plug the loopholes for coal-fired power plants in Maryland ( "New coal plant pollution controls eyed," Sept. 13). A report by the Maryland Department of the Environment found that many of the coal fired power plants in Maryland had not used their pollution controls continuously. If the Brandon Shores and Wagner plants had used their controls continuously in 2012, they could have cut nitrous oxide emissions by 2,000 tons. So what's the problem with nitrous oxide?
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