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Sun Reporters1960s DON RUSSELL, Southern-Baltimore, 1967 Why he won: Starred in football, baseball and basketball, where he led MSA in scoring. Where he has been: An infielder at Clemson, he spent two years in the minors and then quit the pros. He's a contracts...
sun reporterA youth accused of murdering a businessman just blocks from the State House will not face state charges after the nation's highest court yesterday threw out prosecutors' appeal and, in the process, passed on an opportunity to clarify one of the so-...
Tags: Murder, Justice System, Anne Arundel County, Judges, Annapolis
Associated PressHis deliberate manner of speaking, some highly publicized mishaps and a recurring Chevy Chase bit in the early days of Saturday Night Live helped advance the notion that Gerald R. Ford was a bit of a klutz. In fact, Ford was one of the nation's fittest...
Tags: Death, College Football, Weather Reports, Football, Chevy Chase
O, by the WayAn interesting item on the Yahoo blog Shutdown Corner that started with a story in an Ohio newspaper (Chronicle-Telegram), told of a friendly competition between Baltimore Olympic hero Michael Phelps and Cleveland Browns wide receiver Braylon Edwards. The...
Tags: Football, Cleveland Browns
It was raining outside when her youngest left the nest. Debbie Phelps will never forget the day the best swimmer in the world moved from Baltimore. "He left on July3, 2004, went to the Olympics and never came home," she says. "As a mom, you know they'll...
Tags: Multi-Sport Events, Vehicles, Swimming, Michael Phelps, Maryland
Sun StaffWhen the line stops at General Motors' Baltimore van assembly plant Friday, some 1,100 factory workers will face new questions about their futures that go well beyond the loss of their high-paying jobs. Those who don't retire have the security of knowing...
Special to The SunAs scores of teen-agers walked the pool deck in search of Olympians at the University of Michigan's Canham Natatorium this weekend, there was one teen in the pool trying to become one. At the inaugural Key Bank Swim Classic, Baltimore's Michael Phelps,...
Baltimore Sun reporterThere's an English bulldog puppy waiting for Michael Phelps and a week at a Wyoming time share. Whether simple or elaborate, Phelps denied himself pleasure in many aspects of his life as he built the strength and mental resolve that resulted in Olympic...
Baltimore Sun reporterHe's going to take some time off from swimming and enjoy the rewards his accomplishments have brought him, but in typical Michael Phelps fashion, he can't avoid thoughts of his next Olympics. Phelps did his 11th news conference in 12 days yesterday,...
Sun StaffFueled for years by a potent blend of business investment and retail consumption, the U.S. economy was cut back to low-test this year as investment flagged and consumers alone pulled the cart. Now the economy is running only on fumes. Even consumer...
Times Staff WriterThe economy roared last quarter, and so did Falcon Plastics Inc. A family owned firm in the eastern South Dakota city of Brookings, Falcon posted record sales in September. Yet there's no impulse to celebrate, no rush to hire. The bad times are still too...
Sun StaffPHILADELPHIA - In South Philadelphia, in between the gleaming new sports stadiums and the gritty Italian street market, is a small brick storefront where a 21-year-old in dirty rubber boots and a dirty smock has got a honey-colored hen by the feet. It is...
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