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30-Year-Old Waldorf Man Killed in Motorcycle Accident in White Plains | Southern Maryland News Net
On August 16, 2018, at 11 p.m., officers from the Charles County Sheriff’s Office responded to a motor vehicle crash involving an SUV and a motorcycle.
Two dead in Maryland plane crash
The aircraft went down just after take-off, killing its pilot and passenger, according to NBC-affiliateWJLA.
Charter fishing boat and sailboat collide in Chesapeake Bay in Maryland
ANNAPOLIS, Md.- A charter fishing boat was involved in a collision with a sailboat Friday in the Chesapeake Bay in Annapolis.The crash happened at around noon near Thomas Point, officials said.Maryland Natural Resources Police said the commercial boat was being operated out of Kent Island while the
Trump's visa crackdown is hitting Maryland's crab industry hard
Women pick crabs at the W.T. Ruark Seafood Co., on May 17, 2018 in Hoopers Island, Maryland. CREDIT: Mark Wilson/Getty Images Businesses on Maryland's Eastern Shore are feeling the sting from President Donald Trump's "America first" immigration and visa policies, as establishments struggle to hire w
Two People Injured in Head-on Motor Vehicle Accident in Lexington Park | Southern Maryland News Net
On Thursday, August 16, 2018, at approximately 7:55 p.m., police fire and rescue personnel responded to the intersection of Midway Drive, and Great Mills Road, for the reported motor vehicle accident.
Florida Gators Football: In wake of Maryland tragedy, Dan Mullen always evaluating program
GAINESVILLE, Fla. --With the Maryland football program under the microscope following the death of 19-year-oldJordan McNairand the improper handling and lack of medical treatment for him while under team supervision during a workout, Florida coachDan Mullenhas taken a hard look at his team's own pra
Free Pets: Where To Adopt On Clear The Shelters Day In Maryland
Anne Arundel County Animal Care and Control411 Maxwell Frye Road, Millersville, MD 21108Hours: 10 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 18Seeavailable petsat Anne Arundel County Animal Care and Control.
Parents of Maryland players seem mostly supportive of DJ Durkin, saying team culture was tough but not 'toxic'
The meeting was the first for parents with Evans since shortly after offensive lineman Jordan McNair died June 13 from heatstroke suffered during a May 29 conditioning test. The parents of McNair, a Randallstown resident and former McDonogh School standout, said on national television Thursday that
Baby left in Ohio phone booth. The mystery solved 64 years later
© Cheryl Evans/The RepublicAs a baby in 1954 Steve Dennis was abandoned in a telephone booth in Lancaster, Ohio. He was adopted and moved to Phoenix when he was three. His children wanted to know their ancestry and had their dad do DNA testing through Ancestry.com. It didn't take long before a biolo
Hillary Clinton Stuns the Country, Cheers on Girl in Maryland Who Knelt for the ‘Pledge of Allegiance’
Mariana Taylor of Catonsville Middle School in Catonsville, Maryland,grabbed headlines back in Mayafter she knelt during the pledge in her 6th grade classroom. Later, at a board meeting, she said her teacher reprimanded her and implied she was disrespecting the country, and that she herself had fami
Ben Jealous skips traditional stop on Maryland’s political circuit, leaving some Democrats ‘nervous and concerned’
OCEAN CITY —The crowds started gathering as soon as Gov. Larry Hogan stepped onto the beachfront boardwalk here, and the governor didn’t flinch when a shirtless, sweaty man threw an arm around his shoulders to pose for a photo.
Michael "Mickey" Roland Miller | Southern Maryland News Net
Michael “Mickey” Roland Miller, son of the late Roland Francis Miller and Theresa Helen Miller, was born on Jan. 29 1952 in Washington DC. Graduating from Southern High School, Mickey completed trade school to solidify his career as an insulation mechanic. A master of his trade, he retired after ser
ATF finds nearly half of guns traced last year in Maryland were bought locally
Police in Maryland asked the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to trace more than 8,600 firearms last year.
In Ocean City, Hogan says he's focused on 'making Maryland more affordable'
It was billed as a back-to-back candidates forum, but in the end, Gov. Larry Hogan had the stage to himself.
Trump changed a seasonal worker program. Now, Maryland's crab houses are losing business.
FISHING CREEK, Md. - The white boat pulled up to the wooden dock, carrying blue crabs and menhaden fish and six men in waders speckled with scales and salt from the Chesapeake Bay.
No. 11 Clemson Tops Maryland in Final Preseason Tune-up
COLLEGE PARK, Md. – Robbie Robinson broke a scoreless tie in the 73rdminute on a free kick goal to lead No. 11 Clemson past Maryland, 1-0, in both teams’ final exhibition of the 2018 preseason on Saturday afternoon. The Tigers finished the preseason with two wins and a tie in three matches.
Odenton Church Overdose Death End With Drug Plea
ODENTON, MD — An Odenton woman initially charged with murder for selling heroin to a woman who died of an overdose has pleaded guilty to a drug charge. Gennie Rae Peterson, 47, was charged with selling heroin and fentanyl in the death of Dawn Marie Laster of Odenton.
Maryland animal shelters participate in Clear The Shelters event
BALTIMORE —Looking for a fur-ever friend?Animal shelters across Maryland are participating Saturday in the fourth annualClear The Sheltersevent, the nation's largest single-day pet adoption event.AdvertisementThe event helps shelters nationwide find permanent and loving homes for homeless animals.Pa
Past, present, future celebrated on Maryland Pride Day * The Racing Biz
Sonny Inspired won the Ben’s Cat Stakes. Photo by Dottie Miller.by Ted BlackOn the day when two Maryland-breds were added to the growing list of Maryland Thoroughbred Hall of Famers, Laurel Park offered a deep and contentious Maryland Pride Day card highlighting numerous Maryland-bred runners and of
Pennsylvania report on Catholic church abuse leads to calls for Frosh to investigate in Maryland
One of those priests, the Rev. Arthur Long, was allowed to come to Baltimore, though the church says it has no abuse reports involving him here.