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South Maryland News
St. Mary’s College pushing to rebuild enrollmentthough, with an average GPA of 3.3. Of the new group coming to the college, ma
St. Mary’s College pushing to rebuild enrollment
South Maryland News / Posted 2 days ago
though, with an average GPA of 3.3. Of the new group coming to the college, many are local students from St. Mary’s and Calvert counties, staff said. “We want people in the tri-county region to know that you don’t have to leave to get a... Read more
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South Maryland News
North Beach deserves praise for new parkGovernment, at all levels and sizes, frequently sees its fair share of disputes
North Beach deserves praise for new park
South Maryland News / Posted 2 days ago
Government, at all levels and sizes, frequently sees its fair share of disputes among its officials. However, amid our news coverage of the town of North Beach, we seem to witness few instances of major arguments or bickering. Perhaps the small size... Read more
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South Maryland News
Cell tower ruling opened Pandora’s BoxDaily Show” Jon Stewart aired his last show, he left us with that sage advice.
Cell tower ruling opened Pandora’s Box
South Maryland News / Posted 2 days ago
Daily Show” Jon Stewart aired his last show, he left us with that sage advice. Like so many of you, my wife and I moved to Calvert County primarily because of the beauty and rural character of the county. We definitely did not want to live and... Read more
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South Maryland News
Region alive with commissions’ programs for womenthe challenges that are confronting women in our society, in our state, in the
Region alive with commissions’ programs for women
South Maryland News / Posted 2 days ago
the challenges that are confronting women in our society, in our state, in the 5th Congressional District, in our counties, Calvert, Charles, St. Mary’s, Prince George’s county,” Hoyer said. Each county’s women’s commission was given the... Read more
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South Maryland News
Charles lawmakers ‘need work’ on relationship with businessesA recent report by the nonprofit Maryland Business for Responsive Government ha
Charles lawmakers ‘need work’ on relationship with businesses
South Maryland News / Posted 2 days ago
A recent report by the nonprofit Maryland Business for Responsive Government has rated St. Mary’s and Calvert counties as “pro-business” based on their legislators’ votes in the last General Assembly session, but said that Charles County’s business... Read more
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South Maryland News
St. Mary’s College pushing to rebuild enrollmentthough, with an average GPA of 3.3. Of the new group coming to the college, ma
St. Mary’s College pushing to rebuild enrollment
South Maryland News / Posted 4 days ago
though, with an average GPA of 3.3. Of the new group coming to the college, many are local students from St. Mary’s and Calvert counties, staff said. “We want people in the tri-county region to know that you don’t have to leave to get a... Read more
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South Maryland News
Back-to-school backpacks are a hitAppreciation was given and received at the Charles County Children’s Aid Societ
Back-to-school backpacks are a hit
South Maryland News / Posted 4 days ago
Appreciation was given and received at the Charles County Children’s Aid Society’s backpack project this year at the College of Southern Maryland’s La Plata campus. For more than 15 years, said Pamela Vahle, chairwoman of the society’s board of... Read more
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South Maryland News
North Beach Sunrise Garden opens with high praiseIt required the cooperation of local groups and governments throughout more tha
North Beach Sunrise Garden opens with high praise
South Maryland News / Posted 4 days ago
It required the cooperation of local groups and governments throughout more than a year, but at last, the North Beach Sunrise Garden opened officially over the weekend — with a special appearance by Gov. Larry Hogan (R). “This is an example of how... Read more
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Bay Weekly
The Wheels on the Bus Go Round and RoundStarting next week, 800-plus big yellow school buses take to Anne Arundel and C
The Wheels on the Bus Go Round and Round
Bay Weekly / Posted 5 days ago
Starting next week, 800-plus big yellow school buses take to Anne Arundel and Calvert county roads. Throughout Maryland, some 7,500 10-ton behemoths join the traffic flow. Hauling kids back and forth to 12 grades in 23 public schools in Calvert and... Read more
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Contra Costa Times Newspapers
Transit agency federal grants still uncertain$91 million for BART, $206 million for the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Au
Transit agency federal grants still uncertain
Contra Costa Times Newspapers / Posted 9 days ago
$91 million for BART, $206 million for the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority, $700 million for the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, and millions more for agencies across the state. Now, according to an Aug. 7... Read more
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The Daily Review
Transit agency federal grants still uncertain$91 million for BART, $206 million for the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Au
Transit agency federal grants still uncertain
The Daily Review / Posted 9 days ago
$91 million for BART, $206 million for the Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority, $700 million for the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority, and millions more for agencies across the state. Now, according to an Aug. 7... Read more
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Daily Mail
Mother and grandparents 'starved and imprisoned three children'a padlock and chains on the refrigerator and kept the kids locked in their room
Mother and grandparents 'starved and imprisoned three children'
Daily Mail / Posted 10 days ago
a padlock and chains on the refrigerator and kept the kids locked in their rooms at night' Brandie Wheeler, 28, Richard Calvert, 51 and Belinda Hick, 55, charged with cruelty to children; grandparents are also facing false imprisonment... Read more
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South Maryland News
It’s back-to-school timeA week from now, the daily grind for teachers and students will resume. Calver
It’s back-to-school time
South Maryland News / Posted 11 days ago
A week from now, the daily grind for teachers and students will resume. Calvert County Public Schools will open for the 2015-16 school year on Tuesday. This week, teachers are attending orientation, prepping their classrooms and readying their... Read more
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South Maryland News
Some question proposed Hughesville campus locationprograms and revitalize the Hughesville area. Charles Lollar of Newburg, a for
Some question proposed Hughesville campus location
South Maryland News / Posted 11 days ago
programs and revitalize the Hughesville area. Charles Lollar of Newburg, a former Republican gubernatorial and Charles County Board of Commissioners candidate, coauthored an opinion piece that appeared in the Washington Post on July 26, “The... Read more
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South Maryland News
So. Md. legislators react to redistricting reformappointed seven to the commission, including Alexander Williams Jr. (a former s
So. Md. legislators react to redistricting reform
South Maryland News / Posted 13 days ago
appointed seven to the commission, including Alexander Williams Jr. (a former state’s attorney for Prince George’s County) and Walter Olson (a senior fellow with the Cato Institute) as co-chairs as well as Michael Goff (president and CEO of... Read more
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South Maryland News
Local legislators react to Hogan’s redistricting reformappointed seven to the commission, including Alexander Williams Jr., a former s
Local legislators react to Hogan’s redistricting reform
South Maryland News / Posted 16 days ago
appointed seven to the commission, including Alexander Williams Jr., a former state’s attorney for Prince George’s County, and Walter Olson, a senior fellow with the Cato Institute, as co-chairmen; as well as Michael Goff, president and CEO... Read more
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South Maryland News
Local legislators react to redistricting reformappointed seven to the commission, including Alexander Williams Jr. (a former s
Local legislators react to redistricting reform
South Maryland News / Posted 16 days ago
appointed seven to the commission, including Alexander Williams Jr. (a former state’s attorney for Prince George’s County) and Walter Olson (a senior fellow with the Cato Institute) as co-chairs as well as Michael Goff (president and CEO of... Read more
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South Maryland News
Cove Point currents under scrutinyrecent weeks. The rapid currents have been dragging people from shallow water
Cove Point currents under scrutiny
South Maryland News / Posted 16 days ago
recent weeks. The rapid currents have been dragging people from shallow water into the depths of the bay, resulting in the county placing “deadly current” signs along the point. “We are deeply saddened by recent drowning[s] off of Cove Point,”... Read more
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South Maryland News
Local legislators react to redistricting reformappointed seven to the commission, including Alexander Williams Jr. (a former s
Local legislators react to redistricting reform
South Maryland News / Posted 16 days ago
appointed seven to the commission, including Alexander Williams Jr. (a former state’s attorney for Prince George’s County) and Walter Olson (a senior fellow with the Cato Institute) as co-chairs, as well as Michael Goff (president and CEO... Read more
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South Maryland News
Researchers studying air quality around LNG plantGood news for people living in the airshed of Dominion Cove Point Liquefied Nat
Researchers studying air quality around LNG plant
South Maryland News / Posted 18 days ago
Good news for people living in the airshed of Dominion Cove Point Liquefied Natural Gas in Calvert County. The local government and Dominion aren’t guarding our air quality, but a group of university researchers is stepping up for us. Headed by Dr.... Read more
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South Maryland News
At Charlotte Hall office, Social Security marks 80 yearsMy Social Security is all about it “helping you understand you.” Barbara Terre
At Charlotte Hall office, Social Security marks 80 years
South Maryland News / Posted 18 days ago
My Social Security is all about it “helping you understand you.” Barbara Terrell, administrative officer for the Charles County Department of Social Services, said that the Social Security Administration is helpful to that departments clients,... Read more
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South Maryland News
Upgrade requested at California intersection in St. Mary’sThe St. Mary’s County commissioners are requesting improvements to the intersec
Upgrade requested at California intersection in St. Mary’s
South Maryland News / Posted 18 days ago
The St. Mary’s County commissioners are requesting improvements to the intersection of Route 235, and FDR Boulevard and By the Mill Road. As currently configured, only right-in and right-out turns are permitted at FDR Boulevard and Route 235, which... Read more
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South Maryland News
Renovations to Rich Hill will add attraction to Booth Trailmorning of April 15. “It’s very much a diamond in the rough,” Cathy Thompson,
Renovations to Rich Hill will add attraction to Booth Trail
South Maryland News / Posted 18 days ago
morning of April 15. “It’s very much a diamond in the rough,” Cathy Thompson, community planning program manager for the county’s Department of Planning & Growth Management, said as she gave a tour of Rich Hill last week. On the outside, an... Read more
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South Maryland News
New community center approved in Prince FrederickThe county hopes a new temporary community center in Prince Frederick will be o
New community center approved in Prince Frederick
South Maryland News / Posted 23 days ago
The county hopes a new temporary community center in Prince Frederick will be operational by the year’s end, after its purchase of the former building owned by the Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative. After a public hearing Tuesday, a budget... Read more
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South Maryland News
Supreme Court decision delays Calvert’s new sign ordinanceThe long-awaited changes to the county’s sign ordinance will have to wait a whi
Supreme Court decision delays Calvert’s new sign ordinance
South Maryland News / Posted 30 days ago
The long-awaited changes to the county’s sign ordinance will have to wait a while longer in the wake of a Supreme Court decision that county attorney John Norris said is a “game changer.” In the case of Reed v. the Town of Gilbert, Ariz., the... Read more

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