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10/13/2009 -
Man Facing Child Abuse Charges After Throwing Remote at 5-year-old
10/13/2009 -
Reader's Letter: Stepping Up

My son has been playing football since 2001 at the age of 5. He started playing in the Waldorf league and he and I had a great experience. We moved...

10/13/2009 -
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Celebrating the Past, Present and Future of the Patuxent River in Style

Hundreds visited the Calvert Marine Museum in quaint Solomons to celebrate the Patuxent River on Saturday, Oct. 10 and Sunday, Oct. 11, during CMM's annual Patuxent River Appreciation Days. Visitors enjoyed a variety of food, entertainment, fun and educational opportunities to learn about the river.

10/12/2009 -
Parents Can Now See Student Grades Online
10/12/2009 -
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3 Car Accident Sends 3 to Hospital

On Friday, Oct. 9 at approximately 4 p.m., emergency responders from Hollywood and Leonardtown responded to the scene of a three-car accident on Hollywood Road near Three Notch Road in Hollywood.

10/12/2009 -
Senate Approves Funds for Southern Maryland Military Installations
10/12/2009 -
Special Sales Tax Deduction for Car Purchases Available through End of 2009
10/12/2009 -
Local Teacher Named MD Elem Physical Ed Teacher of the Year
10/12/2009 -
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Armed Robbery Suspects Caught

BCI Detectives have arrested two men in connection to the Charlotte Hall armed robbery of the Exxon/ Dash Inn which took place on Sept. 24. Both men are facing multiple charges.

10/12/2009 -
Beethoven's Triple Concerto to be Performed Oct. 22
10/11/2009 -
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Quilts Played an Important Role for Escaped Slaves

Dr. Dobard, art history professor at Howard University and well-known quilter, believes that quilts were used as a tool for communication on the Underground Railroad. Co-author Jacqueline Tobin met Ozella McDaniel Williams in Charleston who told Tobin her family's story about how quilts were used.

10/11/2009 -
Join Charles Co Sheriff's Office for Spirit Night Fundraiser
10/11/2009 -
Suspended Driver Busted Driving Around with Pot, Blunts
10/11/2009 -
Hoyer Lauds Passage of Federal Employee Provisions in DOD Authorization
10/11/2009 -
Two SMCM Professors Have Books Out this Fall
10/11/2009 -
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Literary Reception with CSM President Emeritus Dr. John Sine

CSM President Dr. Brad Gottfried introduced CSM President Emeritus Dr. John Sine, who discussed his experiences in writing his first novel, "Cuckold Creek," at a literary reception Sept. 25 at CSM's La Plata Campus.

10/10/2009 -
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Walk for the Cure a Team Effort

October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. When TheBAYNET.com received the following letter, we decided that this submission fit perfectly with the theme and for a good cause.

10/10/2009 -
St. Mary's County to Hold Household Hazardous Waste Day Events
10/10/2009 -
Argument Over Dog Leads to Assault, Extradition
10/10/2009 -
Failed Sobriety Test Leads to Drug Arrest, Jail Time



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