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Baltimore Sun
Brent A. Hartley, former watershed manager for city public works, dieswatersheds who during his career was known by the sobriquet "Lord of the Lakes,
Brent A. Hartley, former watershed manager for city public works, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 5 hours ago
watersheds who during his career was known by the sobriquet "Lord of the Lakes," died Friday from pancreatic cancer at his Catonsville home. He was 86. "He liked everything about his work, and he took responsibility personally for the reservoirs.... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
At Hillcrest Elementary School, MakerLab inspires creativity, ingenuityor for kids." If you go Hillcrest Elementary School Maker Faire When: 9 a.m.
At Hillcrest Elementary School, MakerLab inspires creativity, ingenuity
Baltimore Sun / Posted 16 hours ago
or for kids." If you go Hillcrest Elementary School Maker Faire When: 9 a.m.-3:15 p.m. Wednesday, June 1 and Thursday, June 2 Where: Hillcrest Elementary School gym and garden courtyard, 1500 Frederick Road, Catonsville Call: 4... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Catonsville photography student named Most Outstanding Sophomore at VCUwas eating dinner with friends when his phone started buzzing with congratulato
Catonsville photography student named Most Outstanding Sophomore at VCU
Baltimore Sun / Posted yesterday
was eating dinner with friends when his phone started buzzing with congratulatory text messages. The 20-year-old from Catonsville thought the kind words were referring to his summer job that he recently got. It turns out, he was... Read more
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National Catholic Reporter
A Memorial Day reflection from Daniel Berrigan, America's late peace-priest-- which landed him in prison -- was when he and eight other protesters used na
A Memorial Day reflection from Daniel Berrigan, America's late peace-priest
National Catholic Reporter / Posted yesterday
-- which landed him in prison -- was when he and eight other protesters used napalm to burn paper draft records in Catonsville, Md. He said they used napalm to highlight the fact that American warplanes were dropping napalm bombs on... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Elinor H. Kerpelman, former deputy director of state human rights commissiona civil rights activist and former deputy director of the Maryland State Commis
Elinor H. Kerpelman, former deputy director of state human rights commission
Baltimore Sun / Posted 3 days ago
a civil rights activist and former deputy director of the Maryland State Commission on Human Rights, died May 9 at a son's Catonsville home from congestive heart failure. She was 88 and lived in Mount Washington. "Elinor was a lovely, brilliant,... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
All Sports Authority stores to be liquidated and closedcould start Wednesday at all the stores and continue until Aug. 31, according t
All Sports Authority stores to be liquidated and closed
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 4 days ago
could start Wednesday at all the stores and continue until Aug. 31, according to court filings. In Maryland, stores in Catonsville, Columbia, Gaithersburg and Waldorf already were slated to close and had begun selling off merchandise. Sports... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Bloede Dam removal brings lengthy closure of popular trail at Patapsco Valley State ParkAt The Hub bike shop in Catonsville, some of the group rides that it hosts go t
Bloede Dam removal brings lengthy closure of popular trail at Patapsco Valley State Park
Baltimore Sun / Posted 4 days ago
At The Hub bike shop in Catonsville, some of the group rides that it hosts go through the Grist Mill Trail at Patapsco Valley State Park. Soon, however, The Hub owner Scott Westcoast will have to change gears. The upcoming removal of the Bloede Dam... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Lurman Woodland Theatre 2016 schedule releasedThe ever-popular Catonsville High School Steel Band opens the Lurman Woodland T
Lurman Woodland Theatre 2016 schedule released
Baltimore Sun / Posted 5 days ago
The ever-popular Catonsville High School Steel Band opens the Lurman Woodland Theatre 2016 season on Saturday, June 4, as the band has done for the past 15 years. Almost every following Saturday and Sunday evening during June, July and August, a... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Lurman Woodland Theatre 2016 schedule releasedThe ever-popular Catonsville High School Steel Band opens the Lurman Woodland T
Lurman Woodland Theatre 2016 schedule released
Baltimore Sun / Posted 5 days ago
The ever-popular Catonsville High School Steel Band opens the Lurman Woodland Theatre 2016 season on Saturday, June 4, as the band has done for the past 15 years. Almost every following Saturday and Sunday evening during June, July and August, a wide... Read more
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Namibia Economist
Obituary: Daniel Berrigan SJ, priest, poet and anti-war activistgood on wood. The best act, one he wished he had done much sooner, was carried
Obituary: Daniel Berrigan SJ, priest, poet and anti-war activist
Namibia Economist / Posted 6 days ago
good on wood. The best act, one he wished he had done much sooner, was carried out on May 17th 1968 in a parking lot in Catonsville, Maryland. He and eight others, mostly in religious orders, one his priest-brother Philip, made a blaze there of... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Catonsville student, a precocious little drummer boy, is trying to beat back leukemiayou're going to hit get cancer, we hit the jackpot," she said. Noah's school,
Catonsville student, a precocious little drummer boy, is trying to beat back leukemia
Baltimore Sun / Posted 6 days ago
you're going to hit get cancer, we hit the jackpot," she said. Noah's school, Watson Hall Montessori School in Catonsville, has been a source of strength and encouragement for the Kabia family in recent months. He has attended the... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Supreme Court passes on contraception casefederal courts to seek a compromise on several combined cases, including one fi
Supreme Court passes on contraception case
Baltimore Sun / Posted 8 days ago
federal courts to seek a compromise on several combined cases, including one filed by the Little Sisters of the Poor of Catonsville. The six-page opinion suggested that briefs filed by the parties following oral arguments in late March... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
3 local girls added to the Under Armour All-America lacrosse rosterNotre Dame Gabbe Cadoux, McDonogh, goalie, Duke Eva Klaus, Severna Park, midf
3 local girls added to the Under Armour All-America lacrosse roster
Baltimore Sun / Posted 8 days ago
Notre Dame Gabbe Cadoux, McDonogh, goalie, Duke Eva Klaus, Severna Park, midfielder, Johns Hopkins Lizzie Colson, Manchester Valley, midfielder, Maryland Lila Nazarian, Catonsville, defender, Syracuse Hannah Warther, Century, midfielder, Maryl... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
As rain goes away, Catonsville tour puts homes and gardens on displayAnne Luco feared Saturday would be yet another muddy day in Catonsville. But f
As rain goes away, Catonsville tour puts homes and gardens on display
Baltimore Sun / Posted 8 days ago
Anne Luco feared Saturday would be yet another muddy day in Catonsville. But for the first hours of the 18th annual Catonsville Home and Garden Tour, the skies were blue and the sun made a rare appearance. In case it rained, as it had nearly every... Read more
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CBS Baltimore
Suspect Sought In Catonsville Drive-By ShootingCATONSVILLE, Md. (WJZ) — Detectives are investigating a drive-by shooting in Ca
Suspect Sought In Catonsville Drive-By Shooting
CBS Baltimore / Posted 8 days ago
CATONSVILLE, Md. (WJZ) — Detectives are investigating a drive-by shooting in Catonsville last month that sent a 26-year-old man to the hospital. About 4 p.m. April 30, the victim was sitting in a silver Acura in the 100 block of Wesley Avenue when a... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Veronn W. Roehrle, manufacturing engineerHelen Almeda Terry Roehrle, a homemaker, Veronn William Roehrle was born at hom
Veronn W. Roehrle, manufacturing engineer
Baltimore Sun / Posted 9 days ago
Helen Almeda Terry Roehrle, a homemaker, Veronn William Roehrle was born at home in Woodlawn. He was a 1951 graduate of Catonsville High School and earned a degree in drafting and design from the Maryland Institute College of Art in 1962. From... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Baltimore Wine and Food FestivalLeft to right, Laura Doherty, Elkridge, dressed as cheese, Jessica Michaelson,
Baltimore Wine and Food Festival
Baltimore Sun / Posted 10 days ago
Left to right, Laura Doherty, Elkridge, dressed as cheese, Jessica Michaelson, Catonsville, dressed as a bottle of wine, Lisa Hopkins, Patterson Park, dressed as a bunch of grapes, attend the at Rash Field. Earlier... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Nancy G. Harvey, educator and community volunteer, diesthe Seiler School for Girls in Harrisburg, and graduated in 1940 from St. Timot
Nancy G. Harvey, educator and community volunteer, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 11 days ago
the Seiler School for Girls in Harrisburg, and graduated in 1940 from St. Timothy's School, which in those days was in Catonsville. Mrs. Harvey enrolled at Bryn Mawr College, in Pennsylvania, and studied child psychology. She then transferred... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
J. Richard Awalt, home builder in Baltimore and Howard County, diesPike. The Awalt brothers went on to construct other apartments: White Oaks on
J. Richard Awalt, home builder in Baltimore and Howard County, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 11 days ago
Pike. The Awalt brothers went on to construct other apartments: White Oaks on Leeds Avenue, Caton House Apartments in Catonsville and Burnham Woods in White Marsh. In Howard County, they developed the Chatham Garden Apartments and a... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Salem Players bring 'Roald Dahl's Willy Wonka' to CatonsvilleIt was about two decades ago when Susan O'Connor first auditioned for a show wi
Salem Players bring 'Roald Dahl's Willy Wonka' to Catonsville
Baltimore Sun / Posted 11 days ago
It was about two decades ago when Susan O'Connor first auditioned for a show with the Salem Players, a Catonsville community theater group that will celebrate 40 years next year. She went in thinking she'd get a small part in their production of... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Catonsville Chamber honors teacher who focuses on the environmenttesting has become more prominent in students' lives, she realized she doesn't
Catonsville Chamber honors teacher who focuses on the environment
Baltimore Sun / Posted 12 days ago
testing has become more prominent in students' lives, she realized she doesn't have to add to it. White, who lives in Catonsville, said she would rather focus on teaching skills that students more likely need beyond high school — working well... Read more
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National Catholic Reporter
Pentecost and Berrigan, a double portion of God's Spiritcohort of Spirit-filled peaceniks, led the agency on a merry chase after being
Pentecost and Berrigan, a double portion of God's Spirit
National Catholic Reporter / Posted 12 days ago
cohort of Spirit-filled peaceniks, led the agency on a merry chase after being convicted of burning draft files from the Catonsville, Md., draft board. Liz McAllister, Philip's widow and a dedicated peace activist in her own right, began Dan's... Read more
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The Daily Record
Lewis Contractors performing $6.5M renovationto oversee the $6.5 million renovation of the historic Hilton Mansion on the Co
Lewis Contractors performing $6.5M renovation
The Daily Record / Posted 13 days ago
to oversee the $6.5 million renovation of the historic Hilton Mansion on the Community College of Baltimore County’s Catonsville campus. Previously Lewis Contractors has restored local landmarks, such as the Mount Vernon Place Washington... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Book-loving student helps Catonsville Education Center library turn over new leafor to feel the dust of Mars on your face. That's the case with Taylor Luke, 19
Book-loving student helps Catonsville Education Center library turn over new leaf
Baltimore Sun / Posted 13 days ago
or to feel the dust of Mars on your face. That's the case with Taylor Luke, 19, a resident of Edgemere and a senior at the Catonsville Education Center. Her school specializes in teaching students from Baltimore City and Baltimore, Howard and Anne... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Cool weather doesn't dampen Catonsville farmers' marketrain, Janelle Vane unpacked tray after tray of colorful flowers and placed them
Cool weather doesn't dampen Catonsville farmers' market
Baltimore Sun / Posted 14 days ago
rain, Janelle Vane unpacked tray after tray of colorful flowers and placed them on the pavement outside Christian Temple in Catonsville. Grown in greenhouses since late February, the blue, purple, red, orange and yellow flowers provided a splash of... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
In Maryland Lottery's Warehouse Dash, strategy gives way to mania25-year-old cook from Aston, Pa., who used to live in Arbutus. "It would be so
In Maryland Lottery's Warehouse Dash, strategy gives way to mania
Baltimore Sun / Posted 14 days ago
25-year-old cook from Aston, Pa., who used to live in Arbutus. "It would be so cool." Grant, along with Ronald Taylor, of Catonsville, were among eight people who had the chance to make that scenario a reality April 30 as part of the Maryland... Read more
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National Catholic Reporter
Berrigan's witness to nonviolence challenged church and nationvillages, burned them in the parking lot. In a statement following the inciden
Berrigan's witness to nonviolence challenged church and nation
National Catholic Reporter / Posted 15 days ago
villages, burned them in the parking lot. In a statement following the incident, the group which became known as the "Catonsville Nine" declared, "We confront the Roman Catholic church, other Christian bodies, and the synagogues of America... Read more
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Variety
William Schallert, Former SAG President and ‘Patty Duke Show’ Star, Dies at 93dozens of plays. In 1970-71, he won an Obie Award for his performance in the Of
William Schallert, Former SAG President and ‘Patty Duke Show’ Star, Dies at 93
Variety / Posted 15 days ago
dozens of plays. In 1970-71, he won an Obie Award for his performance in the Off Broadway production of “The Trial of the Catonsville Nine.” He reprised his role for the 1972 film version, produced by Gregory Peck. Schallert never envisioned... Read more
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The Morning Call
Mimi Lang: Daniel Berrigan devoted life to seeking peace, justicememories of his trip moved him to join his brother and eight others in 1968 to
Mimi Lang: Daniel Berrigan devoted life to seeking peace, justice
The Morning Call / Posted 15 days ago
memories of his trip moved him to join his brother and eight others in 1968 to burn draft records with homemade napalm in Catonsville, Md., to remind Americans of what we were doing to the Vietnamese people. At the trial for the Catonsville Nine,... Read more
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Irish Central
Martin Sheen was proud to be arrested with Irish priest of Vietnam drafts (AUDIO)brothers both became famous in May 1968 when they publicly burned Vietnam draft
Martin Sheen was proud to be arrested with Irish priest of Vietnam drafts (AUDIO)
Irish Central / Posted 15 days ago
brothers both became famous in May 1968 when they publicly burned Vietnam draft records at a recruitment station in Catonsville, MD and were sentenced to jail terms. Dan would later write a play about their experience entitled “The Trial of... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Faithful to the end, Fr Daniel Berrigan never lost Jesuit zeal in opposing US warmongering and oppressionmarching, sitting-in and destruction of government property, he replied: “I cou
Faithful to the end, Fr Daniel Berrigan never lost Jesuit zeal in opposing US warmongering and oppression
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 15 days ago
marching, sitting-in and destruction of government property, he replied: “I could have done sooner the things I did, like Catonsville.” He was, with his brother, Philip, also a Jesuit, one of the Catonsville Nine who, in May 1968, broke into the... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Bearing the Crossfiles. In her eulogy, Elizabeth McAllister, Dan's sister-in-law, read the stat
Bearing the Cross
Op-Ed News / Posted 15 days ago
files. In her eulogy, Elizabeth McAllister, Dan's sister-in-law, read the statement Dan wrote for the group, known as the Catonsville Nine: Our apologies good friends for the fracture of good order the burning of paper instead of children the... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Price for Witnessing Against Wareulogy, Liz McAlister, Phil's widow, quoted from the "apology" Dan wrote for bu
Price for Witnessing Against War
Op-Ed News / Posted 16 days ago
eulogy, Liz McAlister, Phil's widow, quoted from the "apology" Dan wrote for burning draft cards with home-made napalm in Catonsville, Maryland, in May 1968 at the height of the Vietnam War: "Our apologies, good friends, for the fracture of good... Read more
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Irish Central
The Irish roots of radical Catholic priests - The BerrigansMay 1968. The Vietnam War was raging. The unlikely location of a looming revolu
The Irish roots of radical Catholic priests - The Berrigans
Irish Central / Posted 16 days ago
May 1968. The Vietnam War was raging. The unlikely location of a looming revolution was a Knights of Columbus hall in Catonsville, Maryland, just west of Baltimore. A group of activists led by two Irish American priests, brothers Philip and... Read more
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Connecticut Post
Daniel Berrigan, activist priest, served time, made impact in Danburyin Los Angeles, Berrigan, his brother, and seven others walked into a draft boa
Daniel Berrigan, activist priest, served time, made impact in Danbury
Connecticut Post / Posted 16 days ago
in Los Angeles, Berrigan, his brother, and seven others walked into a draft board office in a Baltimore suburb called Catonsville and committed one of the seminal acts of the antiwar movement. The activists grabbed nearly 400 draft records of... Read more
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The Greater New Milford Spectrum
Daniel Berrigan, activist priest, served time, made impact in Danburyin Los Angeles, Berrigan, his brother, and seven others walked into a draft boa
Daniel Berrigan, activist priest, served time, made impact in Danbury
The Greater New Milford Spectrum / Posted 17 days ago
in Los Angeles, Berrigan, his brother, and seven others walked into a draft board office in a Baltimore suburb called Catonsville and committed one of the seminal acts of the antiwar movement. The activists grabbed nearly 400 draft records of... Read more
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The News-Times
Daniel Berrigan, activist priest, served time, made impact in Danburyin Los Angeles, Berrigan, his brother, and seven others walked into a draft boa
Daniel Berrigan, activist priest, served time, made impact in Danbury
The News-Times / Posted 17 days ago
in Los Angeles, Berrigan, his brother, and seven others walked into a draft board office in a Baltimore suburb called Catonsville and committed one of the seminal acts of the antiwar movement. The activists grabbed nearly 400 draft records of... Read more
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National Catholic Reporter
Berrigan's life lesson: fidelity has its payoffsin 2002. The two first gained national attention in the 1968 action in which th
Berrigan's life lesson: fidelity has its payoffs
National Catholic Reporter / Posted 17 days ago
in 2002. The two first gained national attention in the 1968 action in which they and seven others burned draft records in Catonsville, Md., in protest of the Vietnam War. They went onto engage in and inspire countless more actions, as well as the... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Volunteer legal service aims to help low-income debtors avoid bankruptcyHe stopped paying the bills last April and when lender calls came in, he referr
Volunteer legal service aims to help low-income debtors avoid bankruptcy
Baltimore Sun / Posted 18 days ago
He stopped paying the bills last April and when lender calls came in, he referred them to his attorney, Frank Turney of Catonsville. "The biggest issue is the harassment of the collection agencies," Turney said. "A lot of the collection... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Ann D. McKee, educator and guidance counselor, diesa teacher and guidance counselor at several city high schools, died April 17 of
Ann D. McKee, educator and guidance counselor, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 19 days ago
a teacher and guidance counselor at several city high schools, died April 17 of multiple organ failure at her daughter's Catonsville home. She was 88. The daughter of farmers Claude Steele and Mary Jane Campbell Steele, Ann Dell Steele was born... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Community gardens spring to life in CatonsvilleAfter a winter's worth of weed growth, Jesse Fisher dug his hands into the soil
Community gardens spring to life in Catonsville
Baltimore Sun / Posted 19 days ago
After a winter's worth of weed growth, Jesse Fisher dug his hands into the soil to uproot unwanted invaders from the Catonsville Community Garden on an overcast day at the end of April. Winter has finally left, and life was returning to the... Read more
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The Daily Record
Md. high court reviews developer’s donation, Baltimore Co. construction approvalcourt Wednesday to overturn the Baltimore County Council’s approval of a seven-
Md. high court reviews developer’s donation, Baltimore Co. construction approval
The Daily Record / Posted 20 days ago
court Wednesday to overturn the Baltimore County Council’s approval of a seven-story medical building’s construction in Catonsville due to the alleged impropriety of a councilmember having accepted illegal campaign contributions from the... Read more
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The Express-Times
Berrigan brought message of peace to Kirkridgememories of his trip moved him to join his brother and eight others to burn dra
Berrigan brought message of peace to Kirkridge
The Express-Times / Posted 20 days ago
memories of his trip moved him to join his brother and eight others to burn draft records with home-made napalm in Catonsville, Maryland, to remind Americans of what we were doing to the Vietnamese people. At the trial for the Catonsville... Read more
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Sierra Star
RequiescatWWII hero, attracted national attention as “The Berrigan Brothers.” They and se
Requiescat
Sierra Star / Posted 20 days ago
WWII hero, attracted national attention as “The Berrigan Brothers.” They and seven other Catholic protesters, known as the Catonsville Nine, used homemade napalm to burn draft records they had taken from a Maryland selective service... Read more
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The Inter-Mountain
Janice Erle Colea member of Main Street United Methodist Church. She is survived by one son, E
Janice Erle Cole
The Inter-Mountain / Posted 20 days ago
a member of Main Street United Methodist Church. She is survived by one son, Elbert L. Cole Jr. and wife, Marilyn Cole, of Catonsville, Md.; one daughter, Patricia A. Crites and husband, John Crites, of Petersburg; daughter-in-law, Patricia Cole of... Read more
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The Daily Jeffersonian
Peace activist, Jesuit priest Daniel Berrigan diesof the radical anti-war movement in the 1960s. [Article continues below] The
Peace activist, Jesuit priest Daniel Berrigan dies
The Daily Jeffersonian / Posted 21 days ago
of the radical anti-war movement in the 1960s. [Article continues below] The Berrigan brothers entered a draft board in Catonsville, Maryland, on May 17, 1968, with seven other activists and removed records of young men about to be shipped off... Read more
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Op-Ed News
Dan Berrigan: in Memoriamand the arms industry. During the Vietnam War, Berrigan and other activists ra
Dan Berrigan: in Memoriam
Op-Ed News / Posted 21 days ago
and the arms industry. During the Vietnam War, Berrigan and other activists raided the Selective Service offices in Catonsville MD. They removed nearly 400 files from the place, and burned them with homemade napalm in the adjoining parking... Read more
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National Catholic Reporter
'The burning of paper instead of children'me, no statement sums it up better than the statement he included in the later
'The burning of paper instead of children'
National Catholic Reporter / Posted 21 days ago
me, no statement sums it up better than the statement he included in the later drama he wrote about the peace action of the Catonsville Nine: "Our apologies, good friends, for the fracture of good order, the burning of paper instead of children ...... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Daniel Berrigan was known as the man who preached pacifisma Josephite priest; and their allies took their case to the streets. A definin
Daniel Berrigan was known as the man who preached pacifism
The Globe and Mail / Posted 22 days ago
a Josephite priest; and their allies took their case to the streets. A defining point was the burning of draft records in Catonsville, Md., and the subsequent trial of the Catonsville Nine, which inspired an escalation of protests across the... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Five more area lacrosse standouts named to Under Armour All America Gameshas seven girls and three boys selected to particpate in the summer showcases.
Five more area lacrosse standouts named to Under Armour All America Games
Baltimore Sun / Posted 22 days ago
has seven girls and three boys selected to particpate in the summer showcases. Manchester Valley midfielder Lizzie Colson, Catonsville defender Lila Nazarian and McDonogh goalie Gabbe Cadoux were named to the girls squad, while McDonogh standouts,... Read more
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