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4/20/2014 -
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Blue Crabs begin seventh season

The brutal winter appears to have finally made its exit. It's time to remove the tarp and play ball! Season Seven for the Southern Maryland Blue Crabs is about to begin. The club opens at home Thursday, April 24 against Bridgeport...

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4/20/2014 -
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Water safety awareness to be promoted

Sailing Center Chesapeake is supporting the National Safe Boating Council's "Wear It" Campaign to promote Water Safety and Awareness Sailing Center Chesapeake, located in Tall Timbers, will host a special Junior Varsity Championship Regatta Sunday, April 27...

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4/19/2014 -
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Civil War Round table to tour battlefields

The Southern Maryland Civil War Round Table (SMCWR) is hosting the second annual spring bus tour to the Wilderness and Spotsylvania battlefields on Saturday, April 26 leaving from the La Plata Campus of the College of Southern Maryland at 9 a.m. The tour...

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4/19/2014 -
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Calvert Marine Museum to reopen May 3

After years of planning, fundraising and months of construction, the Calvert Marine Museum is reopening its doors Saturday, May 3. As the opening coincides with the Solomons Maritime Festival, it is also free admission for everyone! This $2 million...

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4/19/2014 -
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Good Friday procession held in Solomons

An Easter Week tradition in Calvert County was held Friday, April 18 on Solomons Island. Members of several local churches met at St. Peter's Chapel and walked north to Our Lady Star of the Sea. The ritual, marking the crucifixion of Jesus Christ, is an...

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4/19/2014 -
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Father charged with child abuse and assault of an infant

An emergency room staff at Medstar St. Mary's Hospital in Leonardtown, on April 16, reported a two-month old female had been brought in with substantial injuries. Specifically, the infant had fractures to her left tibia and right femur, several broken ribs...

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4/19/2014 -
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ALERT - Accident in Charlotte Hall

Shortly before noon, Saturday, April 19 the St. Mary's County Sheriff's Office reported a motor vehicle accident in the area of 30026 Three Notch Road in Charlotte Hall near Burger King. Police said two vehicles were involved. Police are on the scene...

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4/19/2014 -
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Learn water safety in Tall Timbers

Sailing Center Chesapeake is supporting the National Safe Boating Council's "Wear It" Campaign to promote Water Safety and Awareness Sailing Center Chesapeake, located in Tall Timbers, will host a special Junior Varsity Championship Regatta Sunday, April...

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4/19/2014 -
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Sharp-eyed custodian earns honor

Coworkers describe Nelson Neme as honest, dependable, helpful and funny. The perpetrator of a theft of county property is probably not laughing, but three of Neme's traits likely saved Calvert County taxpayers some money recently. Neme works as a Parks and Recreation Division custodian at Sout

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4/19/2014 -
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Maryland sees increase in job numbers

Maryland Governor Martin O'Malley has announced that Maryland saw an increase in jobs numbers in March. According to the federal Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), Maryland added 2,300 total jobs last month and Maryland's private...

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4/19/2014 -
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Calvert hospice to host butterfly release

Calvert Hospice will host its second Memorial Butterfly Release to celebrate loved ones who passed while on hospice care over the last year. The event is scheduled for Sunday, May 18 from 2 to 3:30 p.m. The ceremony will be held rain or shine at the Annmarie...

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4/18/2014 -
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Brown, Hogan lead governor's race according to poll

With only two months remaining, registered Maryland voters eligible to vote in the June 24 primary are clearly undecided about who should govern the state. More than two-thirds of Maryland Republican voters are undecided. Asked who they would vote...

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4/18/2014 -
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Community Bank of Chesapeake promotes two within ranks

Michael L. Middleton, Chief Executive Officer of Community Bank of the Chesapeake, is pleased to announce the promotions of Christy Lombardi, executive vice president, director of human resources and administration and Rebecca (Becky) Henderson...

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4/18/2014 -
Jet noise advisory in effect until 6 p.m.

Communities surrounding the naval air station are advised that Joint Strike Fighter testing is being conducted at the air station until 6 p.m. today. Because of the low cloud ceiling, noise may seem louder than normal. As with all operations, NAS Patuxent River...

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4/18/2014 -
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Who stole Puff's signs?

His campaign motto is "Let Puff Do it." Apparently someone else is doing it to Puff. Recently 27 signs along Golden Beach Road for Republican House of Delegates (29-A) candidate Bryan "Puff" Barthelme have been taken from the front yards...

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4/18/2014 -
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Fugitive Friday- sponsored by Charles County Crime Solvers

Charles County Crime Solvers is offering a cash reward for information leading to the whereabouts of Nicole Marie Fant, 28, of St. Leonard. Fant currently has an outstanding warrant charging her with failing to appear in court in November on a theft...

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4/18/2014 -
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CSM Students Send Love to U.S. soldiers in Afghanistan

When airmen assigned to Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan opened care packages with a postmark from Leonardtown, Md., they knew they were in for a treat. Along with service members from the Army, Navy, Marines and Coast Guard, the airmen received boxes...

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4/18/2014 -
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SMECO to hold bike ride June 7

Southern Maryland Electric Cooperative (SMECO) employees are hosting their annual bike ride on June 7, 2014. Three bike routes of 29, 47, and 75 miles start at the co-op's headquarters in Hughesville and go as far as Colton's Point in St. Mary's County. Profits...

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4/18/2014 -
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Residents warned to be prepared for severe weather

With spring in full swing, the region can experience extreme weather that can include high winds, heavy rains, lightning, hail and the formation of tornadoes. The Calvert County Department of Public Safety's Division of Emergency Management encourages...

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4/18/2014 -
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Calvert Hospice to show "Honor Flight: The Movie"

Thousands of U.S. Veterans across the nation have visited the World War II Memorial in Washington, D.C. for free, thanks to the leadership of an organization called Honor Flight and its many supporters. Now the inspiring story of Honor Flight has been...

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