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May 28, 1999
PoliceWestminster: A resident of Windsor Drive told police Tuesday that a bicycle was stolen from her home. Loss was estimated at $100.Westminster: An employee of Dixie Construction Co. told police Wednesday that someone broke out the window of a backhoe on a construction site at Carroll and Main streets. Damage is estimated at $400.Pub Date: 5/28/99
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BUSINESS
March 17, 2002
Windsor Estates Masonry Homes has one home site available and 10 more that will be released next month at Windsor Estates at Furnace Hill in Carroll County. The Westminster community offers ranchers and two-story traditional homes on lots of one-fifth to one-third of an acre. Public water and sewer systems, and natural gas heating and cooking are standard. Standard features include oak stair railing, full basement, designer light fixtures, wall-to-wall carpeting, garbage disposal, vinyl siding and landscaped home site.
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NEWS
August 6, 2000
SPARKS - A 24-year-old Westminster woman died and her husband was injured late Friday night when the car he was driving swerved to avoid deer, Baltimore County police said. Charles Edward Harole, 27, of the 700 block of Windsor Drive was heading east in the 900 block of Belfast Road about 9 p.m. when the accident occurred, police said. Harole was taken to Sinai Hospital and released yesterday. His wife, Angela Marie Harole, 24, died at the scene, police said.
NEWS
By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | November 8, 2000
Westminster police arrested yesterday a 19-year-old city man who was wanted in a shooting Sunday evening in the parking lot of the Jiffy Mart in Westminster. The incident at 6:45 p.m. at the West Main Street convenience store apparently arose from an argument with the victim, William Lane Edwards, 18, of Westminster, who was shot in the hip, police said. A friend took Edwards to Carroll County General Hospital, where he was treated and released. The police had asked for help from the public to locate a 19-year-old man who allegedly fired several shots from a handgun, said Capt.
NEWS
September 20, 1999
PoliceWestminster: An employee of Masonry Homes of Manchester told police Tuesday that someone cut fences and ripped posts out of the ground at a construction site on Windsor Drive in Furnace Hills. Loss was estimated at $1,000.Westminster: A business owner on East Green Street told police Thursday that someone damaged a window with an air gun. Damage was estimated at $110.Westminster: A resident of Charles Street told police Thursday that someone damaged a window in her apartment. Loss was estimated at $200.
NEWS
By Sheridan Lyons and Sheridan Lyons,SUN STAFF | November 8, 2000
Westminster police arrested yesterday a 19-year-old city man who was wanted in a shooting Sunday evening in the parking lot of the Jiffy Mart in Westminster. The incident at 6:45 p.m. at the West Main Street convenience store apparently arose from an argument with the victim, William Lane Edwards, 18, of Westminster, who was shot in the hip, police said. A friend took Edwards to Carroll County General Hospital, where he was treated and released. The police had asked for help from the public to locate a 19-year-old man who allegedly fired several shots from a handgun, said Capt.
BUSINESS
March 17, 2002
Windsor Estates Masonry Homes has one home site available and 10 more that will be released next month at Windsor Estates at Furnace Hill in Carroll County. The Westminster community offers ranchers and two-story traditional homes on lots of one-fifth to one-third of an acre. Public water and sewer systems, and natural gas heating and cooking are standard. Standard features include oak stair railing, full basement, designer light fixtures, wall-to-wall carpeting, garbage disposal, vinyl siding and landscaped home site.
NEWS
December 24, 1997
Geography bee winner named at WinchesterFifth-grader Christine Wilkin is the champion of the William Winchester Elementary School geography bee held last week. Runner-up is Lindsay Love.Christine will now take a written test. If she is among the top 100 scorers in the state, she will compete in the Maryland National Geographic Geography Bee on April 3. The bees are sponsored by the National Geographic Society and Sylvan Learning Center for elementary and middle school students.The other semifinalists at Winchester were Nick Addicks, Rachel Clift, Bilal Durrani, Bobby Lennon, Matt Martin, Danny McCloud, Casey Pecore and Chris Stinnette.
NEWS
By Donna R. Engle and Donna R. Engle,SUN STAFF | October 26, 1998
Westminster has received a $108,000 state grant that will cover half the cost of a segment of a planned 2 1/2 -mile hiking and biking trail on the city's western side.The trail will be dedicated to the memory of Terence Burk, a Westminster candy-store owner who was struck by a car and killed while jogging along Route 97 in August 1995.A memorial fund established in his name will finance part of the trail.The state grant, approved last week by Gov. Parris N. Glendening, will be used to build a 1-mile segment of the trail from Long Valley Road to Tahoma Farm Road.
NEWS
By From Staff Reports | May 10, 1994
Westminster City Council last night unanimously adopted a $12 million total budget that boosted the city's contribution to the local volunteer fire company. The budget is based on a property tax rate of 83 cents per $100 of assessed value.The council also chose a city-owned site off Windsor Drive for a new water treatment plant and learned the city probably will need a new source of water before 2000.Council's decision to raise city support for the fire company from $112,500 to about $116,000 marked the only major change among the $5.7 million general fund, $3.3 million sewer fund and $2.9 million water fund budgets.
NEWS
August 6, 2000
SPARKS - A 24-year-old Westminster woman died and her husband was injured late Friday night when the car he was driving swerved to avoid deer, Baltimore County police said. Charles Edward Harole, 27, of the 700 block of Windsor Drive was heading east in the 900 block of Belfast Road about 9 p.m. when the accident occurred, police said. Harole was taken to Sinai Hospital and released yesterday. His wife, Angela Marie Harole, 24, died at the scene, police said.
NEWS
September 20, 1999
PoliceWestminster: An employee of Masonry Homes of Manchester told police Tuesday that someone cut fences and ripped posts out of the ground at a construction site on Windsor Drive in Furnace Hills. Loss was estimated at $1,000.Westminster: A business owner on East Green Street told police Thursday that someone damaged a window with an air gun. Damage was estimated at $110.Westminster: A resident of Charles Street told police Thursday that someone damaged a window in her apartment. Loss was estimated at $200.
NEWS
August 19, 1999
PoliceWestminster: A resident of Windsor Drive told police Sunday that someone took a bike from his back yard. Loss is estimated at $100.Westminster: A resident of Ewing Drive told police Tuesday that someone took a bike from his home. Loss is estimated at $100.Westminster: An employee for Little People's Place on Johahn Drive told police Saturday that someone broke a window in one of the company's vans. Loss is estimated at $250.FireReese: Firefighters from Reese and Gamber responded at 11: 35 p.m. Tuesday to a house fire in the 3100 block of Old Baltimore Road.
NEWS
By Donna R. Engle and Donna R. Engle,SUN STAFF | October 26, 1998
Westminster has received a $108,000 state grant that will cover half the cost of a segment of a planned 2 1/2 -mile hiking and biking trail on the city's western side.The trail will be dedicated to the memory of Terence Burk, a Westminster candy-store owner who was struck by a car and killed while jogging along Route 97 in August 1995.A memorial fund established in his name will finance part of the trail.The state grant, approved last week by Gov. Parris N. Glendening, will be used to build a 1-mile segment of the trail from Long Valley Road to Tahoma Farm Road.
NEWS
December 24, 1997
Geography bee winner named at WinchesterFifth-grader Christine Wilkin is the champion of the William Winchester Elementary School geography bee held last week. Runner-up is Lindsay Love.Christine will now take a written test. If she is among the top 100 scorers in the state, she will compete in the Maryland National Geographic Geography Bee on April 3. The bees are sponsored by the National Geographic Society and Sylvan Learning Center for elementary and middle school students.The other semifinalists at Winchester were Nick Addicks, Rachel Clift, Bilal Durrani, Bobby Lennon, Matt Martin, Danny McCloud, Casey Pecore and Chris Stinnette.
NEWS
November 24, 1997
The former owner of Carroll Countywide Taxi & Transportation Service received probation before judgment Friday on a theft charge stemming from a passenger's check for $4 fare being turned into a $400 check.Robert A. Bizzarri, 33, of the 800 block of Littlestown Pike, was placed on a year's unsupervised probation. He made restitution of $396 after initially entering a not guilty plea in Carroll County District Court to an amended misdemeanor-theft charge.According to the statement of charges, the passenger called Westminster police in July after she received a bank statement and noticed that a check for a $4 taxicab ride on May 19 had been made out for $400 and cashed June 12 at a Westminster bank.
NEWS
December 5, 1995
The Westminster High School Guidance Department will sponsor a financial aid workshop for college-bound students and their parents at 7 p.m. tomorrow in the auditorium, 1225 Washington Road.Robert Koermer, director of enrollment services at Carroll Community College, will discuss how to fill out the forms to qualify for federal aid.Information: 751-3630.PoliceWestminster: An East Main Street resident reported to city police Sunday that someone took the rear license tag off her car while it was parked near her home.
NEWS
December 5, 1995
The Westminster High School Guidance Department will sponsor a financial aid workshop for college-bound students and their parents at 7 p.m. tomorrow in the auditorium, 1225 Washington Road.Robert Koermer, director of enrollment services at Carroll Community College, will discuss how to fill out the forms to qualify for federal aid.Information: 751-3630.PoliceWestminster: An East Main Street resident reported to city police Sunday that someone took the rear license tag off her car while it was parked near her home.
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