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Baltimore Sun
Revised Lansdowne High renovation plan to include new lobby, renovated stadiumhow to read a capital budget, and I refuse to be a grandstander and just tell p
Baltimore Sun / Posted 4 days ago
how to read a capital budget, and I refuse to be a grandstander and just tell people what they want to hear,” he said. Nick Stewart, who represents the Lansdowne area on the Baltimore County school board, said during the presentation he plans... Read more
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The Courier Express Newspapers
Tide, Elkers to battle for D-9 A titleRidgway’s Neil MacDonald (2) tries to stiff-arm Curwensville’s Nick Stewart (20
The Courier Express Newspapers / Posted 5 days ago
Ridgway’s Neil MacDonald (2) tries to stiff-arm Curwensville’s Nick Stewart (20) during the teams’ regular season meeting that the Golden Tide won 14-11. Stewart and MacDonald, who rank first and third, respectively, in rushing yards in the... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
'Do the right thing': Franchot tours Lansdowne High as officials prepare to unveil renovation plansfor county executive. School system officials, including Verletta White and th
Baltimore Sun / Posted 11 days ago
for county executive. School system officials, including Verletta White and the area’s school board representative, Nick Stewart, toured the building on Tuesday. That group was accompanied by an engineer from the firm Rubeling and... Read more
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The Columbian
4A GSHL football: Skyview 63, Heritage 21kick) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing Skyview: Dyvon Green 7-108, Jalynnee McG
The Columbian / Posted 24 days ago
kick) INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing Skyview: Dyvon Green 7-108, Jalynnee McGee 9-85, Angelo Serchi 12-79, Max Rose 4-21, Nick Stewart 4-2 Heritage: Michael Taras 14-32, Anthony Kee 5-25, Leo Contreras 2-14, Kahai Umiamaka 2-11, Frankie Pedro... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
New, old, always spooky: Halloween links generationsis like a giant family,” Owens said. “If I drop dead tomorrow, this thing will
Baltimore Sun / Posted 29 days ago
is like a giant family,” Owens said. “If I drop dead tomorrow, this thing will go on for the next 30 years,” Owens said. Nick Stewart, a school board member with two children, described Halloween as a “big block party” in his Arbutus... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Mystery of seaside town poisoning that has had police barking up the wrong treeno further lines of enquiry. A force spokeswoman said that if it received new l
Daily Telegraph / Posted a month ago
no further lines of enquiry. A force spokeswoman said that if it received new lines of enquiry they would open the case. Mr Smith hopes his offer of a reward will lead to the clues they need to solves this mystery. Additional reporting: Nick Stew... Read more

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