Thursday, February 21, 2013
See Franklin's results from the 3A State Championships in indoor track.
3A STATE CHAMPIONSHIP RESULTS WOMEN’S 55M HURDLES 2ND PLACE NAJATEE McNEIL WOMEN’S HIGH JUMP 4TH PLACE OLIVIA GRUVER WOMEN’S SHOT PUT 4TH PLACE AMANDA MURPHY 5TH PLACE CHRISTINE AGORIS MEN’S HIGH JUMP 7TH PLACE SCOTT LUTHY MEN’S SHOT PUT 11TH PLACE BRADY OREM WOMEN’S 4X800M RELAY 10TH PLACE JENNA ROHDE, MEGAN STRAYER, MERRITT DERMER, SARAH MERKLE WOMEN’S 55M DASH 10TH PLACE NAJATEE MCNEIL MEN’S 800M 8TH PLACE SCOTT LUTHY WOMEN’S 800M 12TH PLACE JENNA ROHDE MEN’S 4X800M RELAY 8TH PLACE SCOTT LUTHY, KEENAN ALBEE, NANDU RAMI, DARIN BERRY EXTENDED CONGRATSTO FORMER FHS STUDENT EBONI WATFORD 2ND PLACE 300 METERS
Thursday, January 31, 2013
Natives of Owings Mills and Reisterstown will be heading to New Orleans to watch the Baltimore Ravens take on the San Francisco 49ers in the Super Bowl.
Jay Abarbanel feels a little dirty spending the amount of money he’s going to spend on the Super Bowl, but he just had to do it. “It’s one of those bucket list things you have to do in your life,” the Reisterstown native said. “If your team’s in the Super Bowl, you have to go.” Abarbanel, who was a sports writer for Franklin High’s school newspaper before graduating in 2003, said he’s known for a while he would head to a Baltimore Ravens’ Super Bowl. During the AFC Championshp game in quarterback Joe Flacco’s first year, he decided he’d have to go when his team made it. He’s not the only Franklin High graduate heading to big game on Sunday. Mike DeAngelis decided soon after the Ravens beat New England in the AFC Championship game that he …
Monday, January 14, 2013
A 15-year-old and a 17-year-old student were charged in two incidents that occurred at Franklin High on Friday.
Two Franklin High students are charged with robbing and attempting to rob another student at the school on Friday. A 17-year-old student is charged with robbery and a 15-year-old is charged with attempted robbery and possessing a weapon on school property, according to Lt. Stephen Doarnberger, assistant commander of the Baltimore County Police’s Franklin Precinct. At 11 a.m. on Friday, Jan. 11, a 17-year-old student robbed another 17-year-old student of $10 in the boys bathroom. At 2:45 p.m., that same suspect and a 15-year-old student tried to rob the same victim in the school’s hallway. A fight started and was broken up by a teacher, Doarnberger said. “By the time [the teacher] broke it up, he was able to obtain one of the students,” he …
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Tuesday, May 15, 2012
Thursday, March 10, 2011
Rule 1300, with its specific insurance requirements and demanding application process, is making events tough to pull off on school grounds, say community organizations.
Reisterstown community groups are constrained from holding "National Night Out," political forums and other functions by the increased bureaucratic requirements imposed by the Baltimore County school system, according to members of the groups. School officials have recently begun to more stringently enforce the district’s facility use policy, referred to as “Rule 1300,” which requires detailed documentation and increased insurance costs. The Chartley Homeowners Association is among those whose members worry that the new enforcement of facilities use rules harms its efforts to hold events and raise money. The association has held its "National Night Out" at Reisterstown Elementary School for the past nine years, but association leaders said…