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It's Martin O'Malley's home turf, but Hillary Clinton is beginning to engage in Maryland. For a state that rarely plays a role in presidential politics because of its late primary, Maryland has...
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2015/05/22 15:51
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The Orioles will also host the annual Brooks Robinson High School All-Star Game at Oriole Park on Sunday, May 31, following the Orioles' 1:35 p.m. game against the Tampa Bay Rays. Orioles Legend and...
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The business of refilling a customers’ beer bottle was introduced in St. Mary’s as a costly combination of craft brews, special dispensers and fancy containers. But merchants now are getting an OK if...
2015/05/22 12:16
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HANOVER — “No Excuses” has been the motto for the Chopticon Braves through the 2015 playoffs. With the knowledge that Chopticon won the 2014 Southern Maryland Athletic Conference title only to be...
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Thinking about what qualifying for the state tennis tournament meant to him, Lackey’s Alex Lateulere offered a simple, honest answer. “I was pretty stoked when we won [in the regional semifinals] to...
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Thirteen is a lucky number. The Southern Maryland Blue Crabs edged Camden 7-6 on 13 hits Tuesday night in the opener of a three-game series at Camden’s Campbell’s Field. Roughly 13 hours after that...
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The best of the best from the Southern Maryland Athletic Conference will commence upon Morgan State University in Baltimore for the state track and field championships. For some, it’s the final high...
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Entertainment Friday, May 22 — On Pins & Needles: Bring quilting, needlework, knitting, crocheting or other projects for an afternoon of conversation and shared creativity from 1 to 4 p.m. at the...
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A report released Tuesday shows that drug- and alcohol-related deaths increased in Charles County — with deaths from heroin and prescription opioid pain relievers doubling — as well as in the state...
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Visitors as well as longtime residents of Chesapeake Beach can learn about the town’s history as a resort destination while strolling the south side of town by following its new self-guided walking...
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They are in their 80s and 90s now, the mostly men and some women still alive who served in U.S. military uniform during the war in Europe that ended 70 years this month. Their comrades in arms in the...
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The Southern Maryland Food Council hosted a foodways community networking event May 6. The event was attended by food and farm advocates from around Southern Maryland. The evening incorporated a...
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Benefit concert for the Catherine Foundation Catherine Foundation will hold its second annual spring benefit concert 7:30 p.m. May 22 at Open Gate Church at 4028 Old Washington Road in Waldorf. There...
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Dr. Reshma Khetpal, a board-certified physician, has joined the Cancer and Blood Disorders Treatment Center. Khetpal will provide cancer treatment to patients at the center’s location in Waldorf. She...
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The Small Business Development Center at the College of Southern Maryland received an $11,500 grant from the Rural Maryland Council, which has enabled it to build capacity and increase opportunities...
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Women continue to be paid less than their male counterparts in the workforce. In Maryland, that works out to be about 85 cents for every $1 a man makes. And according to a 2013 U.S. Census Bureau...
2015/05/21 17:16
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Classes at Leonardtown High School are set to resume Friday after a damaged underground cable closed the school Thursday. Tom Dennison, spokesman for SMECO, said the outage was caused by a faulty...
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Opponents of Dominion Cove Point’s LNG facility expansion protest in December. > At the forefront of America’s newest energy boom — export of now-abundant natural gas — the...
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WASHINGTON -- Before they were competitors in Maryland's high-profile Senate contest, Reps. Donna F. Edwards and Chris Van Hollen were allies in a secret effort to make him the leader of House...
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Fluctuating temperatures pushing the mercury upward of 90 degrees this week are making Calvert County feel more like summer, but, in fact, it is still spring. After this winter’s bitter cold, the...
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