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Travel

April 17, 2017 by Les Blizzard (Register to contact)

Just got back from New Zealand. This was my 99th country. Tried to reach 100 before my 70th birthday. Didn't happen but close.

Anniversary

December 8, 2016 by Les Blizzard (Register to contact)

Celebrated 50 years of marriage on September 3, 2016 to Angelina (Preybysz) Blizzard. Class of 1065

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Clarence F. Wroblewski, longtime chair of Patterson High School music department, dies  Baltimore Sun

Clarence F. Wroblewski, former instrumental music instructor and longtime chair of the Patterson High School music department, died Saturday at his Lutherville ...



Bonita J. Dancy, retired Baltimore City Circuit Court judge, dies  Baltimore Sun

Bonita J. Dancy, a retired Baltimore City Circuit Court judge whom earlier had been a domestic equity master for the Equity Master for 13 years, died Nov.



STEM steppingstones  The Hub at Johns Hopkins

Program developed by members of the Hopkins Latino pre-health honor society offers hands-on science and college prep to Baltimore high school students.



Frances Jelenko Fitch, an addiction counselor who trained doctors to treat alcoholism, dies at 83  Baltimore Sun

Frances Jelenko Fitch, a psychotherapist who treated alcoholics and domestic abusers at a time when few others did, died Oct. 1 of kidney failure.



Joseph Borowy, pitcher and Social Security manager, dies  Baltimore Sun

Joseph L. Borowy, a retired administrator with the Social Security Administration who pitched in the minor leagues and was a standout Patterson High School ...



Plans for $95M Patterson High School redevelopment advance  Baltimore Business Journal

The $95 million redevelopment of Patterson High School is moving forward. The city's Urban Design and Architecture Review Panel Thursday discussed ...



At 7, he sat on a dirt bike, got arrested. Now, Patterson basketball's Gerard Mungo signs with Millersville U.  Baltimore Sun

Patterson basketball star Gerard Mungo is proud to be the first in his family set to go to college, announcing Monday night that he has committed to play at ...



Baltimore classrooms top 100 degrees: 'It was impossible to learn.'  Baltimore Sun

The temperature in a Patterson High School classroom hit 102 degrees Tuesday, the second day in a row at the Southeast Baltimore school that the mercury ...



Tewaaraton winner Zoe Stukenberg helping revive lacrosse program at Baltimore school  USA TODAY High School Sports

Zoe Stukenberg, the Tewaaraton Award winner last spring at Maryland, is now the girls lacrosse coach at Baltimore's Patterson High.



Martin L. Millspaugh Jr., Inner Harbor founder, dies  Baltimore Sun

Martin L. Millspaugh Jr., who shaped the redevelopment of downtown Baltimore from the demolition of the old O'Neill's department store through the Inner ...



Patterson High gets donations from community  Baltimore Sun

When Patterson High School teacher Melissa Harris recently explained to her immigrant students that there had been an outpouring of support from the ...



Pass It Forward: Stukenberg's Humbling Experience at Patterson  US Lacrosse Magazine

There's more to a 0-8 record than meets the eye. For Maryland's 2017 Tewaaraton recipient Zoe Stukenberg, who experienced three losses in her last four years ...



Patterson High School closed for students due to oil leak  WBAL Baltimore

Patterson High School will be closed Tuesday due to an oil leak in the boiler room issue, a Baltimore City schools spokeswoman said.



'We’re all just wondering why we’re here': Extra school days lead to empty classrooms in Maryland  Baltimore Sun

Summer camps across the Baltimore region opened on Monday. Sunscreen-slathered kids showed up to play soccer, sail or revel in the sun. There was just one ...



Baltimore schools establish policy for early dismissal in the extreme heat  Baltimore Sun

The Baltimore school district established new guidelines for closing schools in hot weather, months after complaints about freezing classrooms sparked ...



Summer jobs program for teens kicks off in Southeast Baltimore  Baltimore Sun

Baltimore City Councilman Zeke Cohen on Wednesday kicked off a second year of the “This is Working” summer jobs program in which businesses in his ...



Teen illegally arrested years ago receives scholarship to play college basketball  NBC4i.com

A boy who became the center of controversy when he was arrested as a 7-year-old is now a man headed to college and looking to put that part of his past ...



Former high school basketball state champ, young father shot fatally in Northeast Baltimore  Baltimore Sun

Travonn Barnett was found shot in the chest early Tuesday morning, and died later that day.



Former Patterson principal and state delegate Frank C. Robey Jr. dies  Baltimore Sun

Frank C. Robey Jr., 80, a former Baltimore high school principal who was elected to the Maryland House of Delegates and who went on to serve as Baltimore ...



Nelson E. Gunn | Obituaries  The Star Democrat

EASTON — Nelson Edward Gunn, 84, died on Thursday, Oct. 4, 2018, at Talbot Hospice in Easton.



Three Adults Charged with Assault of Assistant Principal  Fox Baltimore

BALTIMORE, Md. (WBFF) -- Baltimore City School officials say three adults have been charged with assaulting two staffers earlier this week inside Edmondson ...



Heat, water issues close some Baltimore schools Tuesday and Wednesday  Baltimore Sun

Four Baltimore city schools were closed because of heating or water issues Tuesday, keeping students home on what was supposed to be their first day back ...



Comcast NBCuniversal Awards $110,000 In Scholarships To 101 Maryland High School Seniors  PR Newswire

ANNAPOLIS, Md., May 17, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Comcast NBCUniversal today announced that it has awarded approximately $110,000 in scholarships for the ...



Baltimore teachers call on city to close all schools amid heating issues  Baltimore Sun

The Baltimore Teachers Union is urging the city to shut down all schools until officials can get a handle on heating problems that already closed some buildings ...



Raymond J. 'Ray' Potocki, veteran Foreign Service officer who witnessed the fall of Saigon, dies  Baltimore Sun

Raymond J. Potocki, a veteran Foreign *Service* officer who witnessed the fall of Saigon, died Aug. 4 from complications of an infection at his sister's Fallston ...



Baltimore City Schools Implement New Programs  Fox Baltimore

(BALTIMORE, MD)--Baltimore City Public Schools is identifying 55 schools that will receive new support, including staff and training, in literacy instruction, social ...



Sheila A. Kelly, former human resources director for the Catholic Archdiocese of Baltimore, dies  Baltimore Sun

Sheila A. Kelly, former executive director of human resources for the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Baltimore, died July 23 at the Maris Grove Retirement ...



Dereck Oliver ready to lead Patterson in tough Baltimore City basketball league  Baltimore Sun

The No. 3 Patterson boys basketball team opened its season with an 86-16 win over Maritime Academy on Tuesday and senior guard Dereck Oliver did his ...



Immigrant communities fear deportation after election of Trump  Baltimore Sun

Many of the nearly 500 immigrant students at Patterson High School had never been through an American presidential election. Some thought the president was ...



Baltimore teachers decry severely cold classrooms  Baltimore Brew

With school resuming in the midst of a brutal cold snap, the announcement by Baltimore school officials on Twitter last night was reassuring: “School buildings ...



Baltimore to nearly double size of speed and red light camera system  Baltimore Sun

Baltimore officials announced Friday they were expanding the city's speed and red light camera system — nearly doubling the size of the program as it sends out ...



Unsettled Journeys - Torn between two worlds  Baltimore Sun

very evening as she got ready for bed, Narmin Al Eethawi knew that when sleep came, so would the nightmare. A woman would appear, dressed in black robes, ...



Building new lives: Syrian refugees find support, friendship from churches  Baltimore Sun

In April, 130 people gathered in St. John's United Church of Christ's fellowship hall to taste traditional Syrian cooking – tabouleh, stuffed grape leaves, beef ...



Undocumented immigrants in Baltimore seek refuge in soccer  Baltimore Sun

Soccer can provide a respite for undocumented immigrants during anxious times. It frequently attracts players who grew up playing the game in other countries ...



High Schools Articles, Photos, and Videos  Baltimore Sun

Harford County Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Sean Bulson has said on several occasions that the safety, security and mental well-being of the 38,000 ...



Baltimore adds more speed, red-light cameras  WBAL Baltimore

Baltimore transportation officials announce the addition of new traffic-enforcement camera locations.



Baltimore's interim police chief taking over a department in crisis  Baltimore Sun

When Gary Tuggle suddenly became Baltimore's interim police commissioner, he thought of his late parents and their love for the modest, blue-collar pocket of ...



Memorial service Saturday for Beth Strommen, Baltimore environmental planner  Baltimore Sun

Beth Ann Strommen, who as environmental planner for the city championed the Gwynns Falls Trail, bicycle lanes and local green space, will be remembered ...



Public schools' introduction of shot clock for boys basketball accelerates learning curve  Baltimore Sun

One night after limiting eventual Class 4A state champion Perry Hall to a season-low 47 points last season, the Patterson boys basketball team held DuVal to ...



Janie D. Barnes, city public schools educator  Baltimore Sun

Janie D. Barnes, a retired veteran city public schools educator, died FridayJUL21 from aspiration at her Joppa home. She was 68.



Dundalk High School Hosts Basketball Tournament  Patch.com

Dundalk, MD - Dundalk High School is inviting the community to join in watching the 16 team basketball tournament on December 26 and December 27.



Howard E. McIntyre, educator  Baltimore Sun

Howard E. McIntyre, a retired Kent County public school educator and outdoorsman, died Feb. 16 of cancer at the University of Maryland Shore Medical Center ...



Nicholas Radgowski, former high school dropout who went on to sales and marketing career  Baltimore Sun

Nicholas Radgowsky, a high school dropout who went on to earn a college degree and had a four-decade career in sales and marketing, died Saturday of a ...



Craft beer, wine store coming to new Highlandtown apartment building  Baltimore Business Journal

The former Haussner's restaurant space will soon hold a small craft beer and local wine store.



Which Baltimore-area high schools have the best SAT scores? Find out here.  Baltimore Business Journal

Howard County has some of the highest schools, while city schools rank near the bottom.



Back In Baltimore, Aquille Carr Still Chasing NBA Dream  Press Box

In a last ditch effort to keep his NBA dream alive, Baltimore native Aquille Carr signed a deal with the Baltimore Hawks.



19 New Speed Cameras, Red Light Cameras Coming To Baltimore This Month  CBS Baltimore / WJZ

Dozens of new speed and red light cameras are set to flood Baltimore in just a few weeks.



Instead of detention, these students get meditation  CNN

An elementary school in West Baltimore uses meditation in place of detention, sending kids to a quiet space to stretch, do yoga and practice deep breathing.



New academic standards will keep more immigrant students in English proficiency classes next year  Baltimore Sun

Hundreds of Baltimore-area immigrant students and many others statewide may need to repeat or take additional English language classes next school year ...



Jonathan Ogden deserves a statue outside of M&T Bank Stadium  Baltimore Beatdown

The Baltimore Ravens have honored both Hall of Fame linebacker Ray Lewis and Baltimore Colts Hall of Fame quarterback Johnny Unitas with statues outside ...



Nine projects receive Idea Lab funding  The Hub at Johns Hopkins

With the endorsement of 735 voters from across the JHU community, the student organization Discourse will be able to organize two debates and two artistic ...



Aquille Carr, Baltimore high school basketball star, arrested  Baltimore Sun

Aquille Carr, a rising senior and star basketball guard at Patterson High School, was arrested Friday on an assault charge, according to Baltimore city police and ...



Baltimore Schools Replace Detention With Meditation  CBS Local

Meditation is all about quietness, calmness and inner reflection -- not exactly strong suits of children and teens.



Immigrant schools aim to get students with little education through high school  Baltimore Sun

High school teacher Alison Hanks-Sloan tried every way she could to stop 20 immigrant students from dropping out. She and a group of teachers gave them ...



Teachers help students process presidential election results and understand political divide  Baltimore Sun

The raw emotions being voiced by young people across the country after the presidential election are spilling into school hallways and classrooms, prompting ...



Gerstell Academy Boys' Basketball Captures First League Championship In Program History  Press Box

Surrounded by fans and supporters, the Gerstell Academy boys' basketball team won its first league championship his school history. "It was definitely a dream ...



John J. Royo Jr, retired spacecraft designer  Baltimore Sun

John J. Royo Jr., a retired spacecraft design engineer who worked on the Apollo space program and the Hubble Space Telescope, died Monday of multiple ...



Valentine Szczepaniak, Loyola sports equipment manager, dies at 72  Baltimore Sun

Valentine Adam "Val" Szczepaniak, 72, a Loyola University Maryland sports facilities worker, died of a stroke Monday at the University of Maryland Medical ...



Student activists call on officials to boost resources for immigrants  Baltimore Sun

Spurred by a recent federal crackdown on unauthorized immigrants and inspired by fellow student activists in the Black Lives Matter movement, a group of high ...



Baltimore's top officer tells immigrant community not to fear police  Baltimore Sun

After a series of executive actions by President Donald Trump that he said were aimed at securing the nation's borders, Kevin Davis, Baltimore police ...



Murder trial begins for woman accused of picking up, then killing traveler from Penn Station  Baltimore Sun

But prosecutors and defense attorneys presented disparate accounts of his killing when the murder trial began Wednesday against the woman, Angel Fury.



Harold Carr Sr., former Baltimore teacher and preacher, dies  Baltimore Sun

Harold Carr Sr., a retired industrial arts teacher who was a youth minister at a West Baltimore church, died of kidney failure Tuesday at Anne Arundel Medical ...



'Mindful Moments' Program Has High School Students Begin And End Each Day With Meditation (VIDEO)  Huffington Post

Many schools have experimented with incorporating mindfulness programs in their curriculums to boost focus and lower stress levels, but one Baltimore school ...



Five types of high school athletes who are overhyped  USA TODAY High School Sports

There are plenty of reasons some high school athletes are overhyped. They generally fall into one of several categories, some of which the media are to blame ...



Towson Times - Towson news, events, sports and features  Baltimore Sun

Baltimore County executive-elect Johnny Olszewski Jr. has selected a corporate leader and a local nonprofit official to lead his transition team as he prepares to ...



Trial opens in fatal stabbing after Ravens 2013 Super Bowl parade  Baltimore Sun

Nearly two years ago, in the aftermath of the Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl victory parade downtown that drew thousands, 15-year-old Deontae Smith was ...



Baltimore advocates fear increased enforcement of undocumented immigration  Baltimore Sun

Advocates for immigrants say they are tracking reports of federal agents stopping and detaining undocumented people in the Baltimore area, as fear runs high.



Baltimore police use Inner Harbor Project to forge bond with teenagers  Washington Post

BALTIMORE — Black teenagers, from high schools scattered around the city, are among many drawn to the Inner Harbor on warm days to enjoy the waterfront ...



After six months, Open Works' maker space is making an impact  Baltimore Sun

The mission statement for Baltimore's Open Works center describes it as an "incubator for Baltimore's creative economy."



U.S. Marshals arrest over 148 in Baltimore area during national operation  Fox Baltimore

BALTIMORE (WBFF) - The U.S. Marshals *Service* conducted a national fugitive apprehension sweep for the second consecutive year, arresting over 148 ...



Newspaper reporters tell the stories behind their stories  Baltimore Sun

Four panel discussion were planned by The Baltimore Sun and the Maryland Humanities Council to commemorate 100 years of the Pulitzers, the top awards in ...



Fannie Angelos, attorney  Baltimore Sun

Fannie Angelos, who became an attorney at a time when female lawyers were a rarity and was committed to expanding the ranks of women and minorities in the ...



Inside the Game  NewOrleansSaints.com

Take an inside look at the connections between the Saints and Redskins before their Week 5 matchup on Monday, Oct. 8.



At World Refugee Day festival in Baltimore, a focus on celebration and feeling welcome  Baltimore Sun

A poem by a Baltimore teen refugee underscored the tensions surrounding this year's World Refugee Day, as anti-immigrant political movements gain steam in ...



Margaret D. 'Mustang Margie' Pearce, longtime Harford County activist, dies  Baltimore Sun

Margaret D. "Mustang Margie" Pearce, a businesswoman who was well known as an activist and Harford County volunteer, died Aug. 17 from cancer at her ...



City schools revamp duties, policies for school police force  Baltimore Sun

Nearly 70 city schools will lose their permanently assigned school police officers – and seven high schools will be staffed with unarmed ones — under a new ...



CollegeBound receives $3.5 million donation for more resources for Baltimore students  Baltimore Sun

When Chaz Arnett was figuring out how to continue paying for Morehouse College 16 years ago, all his grandmother had to send him on his way was a plane ...



Calvin C. Buettner, restaurateur in Randallstown and Finksburg, dies  Baltimore Sun

Calvin C. Buettner, a career restaurateur who owned Cal Bitner's in Randallstown and Finksburg, died Sunday of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease at ...



Sun wins awards for design, multimedia coverage of Freddie Gray and teen immigrants  Baltimore Sun

The Baltimore Sun won eight awards of excellence from the Society for News Design in print and digital coverage of the death of Freddie Gray and a series.



Angel Fury found guilty of murdering drunken traveler picked up at Penn Station  Baltimore Sun

Angel Fury was found guilty of murdering a traveler she met at Penn Station.



Margy vanReuth Goode, administrator and fashion illustrator, dies at 86  Baltimore Sun

Margy vanReuth Goode, a former illustrator who later became an administrator for a steamship and chemical company, died Saturday at Brightside Towson of ...



Group focuses youths on community, justice  Baltimore Sun

Shortly before Rashad Hawkins was born, his family left one of Baltimore's toughest housing projects to seek a better life. Yet moving a few blocks away didn't ...



Longtime Baltimore Orioles Radio Announcer Fred Manfra Calls Last Game  CBS Baltimore / WJZ

Longtime Baltimore Orioles radio announcer Fred Manfra called his last game Sunday, bringing an end to a 25-year run with the Orioles.



Baltimore teachers union files grievance over evaluations  Baltimore Sun

The Baltimore Teachers Union has filed a class action grievance against the city school system after the district made last-minute changes to its evaluation ...



Longtime Orioles Radio Announcer Fred Manfra Retires  CBS Baltimore / WJZ

Longtime Baltimore Orioles radio announcer Fred Manfra called his last game on Sunday, bringing an end to a 25-year run with the Orioles.



Baltimore-area advocates for refugees condemn Trump policy  Baltimore Sun

More than 50 volunteers, led by a Columbia church, were looking forward to the arrival of the Afghan refugee family of six. They spent months finding, renting ...



Flowers' Jaguars Set Sights for Another Playoff Run  Afro American

Springdale, Md.-based Charles Herbert Flowers High School Head Coach Dameon Powell took over a team that only won four games in 2015. However, he got ...



More than 30 Baltimore police officers charged, suspended in towing scheme  Baltimore Sun

Federal authorities charge 17 city police officers in a corruption scheme in which they allegedly steered accident victims to a towing company which then gave ...



Baltimore PG Aquille Carr officially commits to Seton Hall  The Star-Ledger - NJ.com

Carr's high school coach informs Baltimore Sun that flashy point guard has officially committed to Pirates.



Wife of Aspinwall man accused of ISIS ties reportedly worked at UPMC  Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

A skeletal portrait of the Sterling, Va., man federal authorities have accused of obstructing a terrorism investigation began to come into focus on Monday — that ...



Mistrial in Ravens Super Bowl parade stabbing  Baltimore Sun

A mistrial was declared Friday in the case of a teenager accused of fatally stabbing another teen in a fight after the Baltimore Ravens Super Bowl parade in 2013 ...



When students don't go to school, parents go to jail  Baltimore Sun

Barbara Gaskins says she took her 15-year-old son to his bus stop every morning at 7:30, well in time for his 9 a.m. homeroom bell at Patterson High School.



Hopkins launches urban youth film-making effort  Baltimore Sun

In a bid to address Baltimore's chronic ills through the arts, Johns Hopkins University announced Monday it is starting a youth film-making program so urban ...



U.S. Marshals announce nearly 150 arrests in Baltimore region, including in high-profile cases  Baltimore Sun

Several prominent arrests in Baltimore in recent weeks, including of a Baltimore man dubbed "Public Enemy No. 1" after the February shooting of two elderly ...



At Sacred Heart, goodbye to 'anchor' of Baltimore's Latino community  Baltimore Sun

Different languages and cultures sometimes divide members of Highlandtown's Sacred Heart of Jesus church but on Sunday everyone wanted the same thing: a ...



Aquille Carr to forego playing for Seton Hall, planning to play professionally overseas  The Star-Ledger - NJ.com

It appears that Aquille Carr's career at Seton Hall is over before it even started. The Pirates' top recruit for next season — who has not yet signed a National ...



Phase II Snow Emergency: Move Your Cars!  CBS Local

With Phase II of Baltimore's Snow Emergency Plan going into effect residents parked along emergency routes must move their cars.



Teacher charged with child pornography possession, distribution  WBAL Baltimore

A Baltimore City teacher has been arrested on child pornography charges, according to Anne Arundel County police.



Fallston man captures details of his home in model form  Baltimore Sun

Fallston resident Bill Tamburrino, 94, has spent more than 30 years building a model of his home in painstaking detail, down to replicas of kitchen cabinets and ...



Teen pleads guilty, avoids jail in Ravens Super Bowl parade killing  Baltimore Sun

A 17-year-old who pleaded guilty to second-degree murder for stabbing three teens — killing one — in a fight after the Ravens Super Bowl parade in 2013 ...



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