FORT MEADE — The warrior creed goes leave no soldier behind. This is the mission of Fort Meade Army Reserves lawyer Deirdre Hendrick and Navy Petty Officer First Class Alice Ashton in their effort to save as many careers as ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS (AP) — Is this a case of prehistoric sprawl? County archaeologists over the past several years have uncovered centuries of Native American history at Pig Point along the Patuxent River, now they think a vast settlement surrounded the ceremonial ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS (AP) — The same techniques guided ancient Polynesians in the open Pacific and led Sir Ernest Shackleton to remote Antarctica, then oriented astronauts when the Apollo 12 was disabled by lightning, the techniques of celestial navigation. A glimmer of ...
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ANNAPOLIS — What’s worse than a marriage-ending affair? Ask Rosalie Hart. When her husband reveals his indiscretion, Hart, a Chevy Chase resident, decides to exile herself to the Eastern Shore. Hoping to start fresh in the home willed to her ...Read More »
A lottery ticket in a Christmas stocking. A fantasy football league. Online poker. You don’t have to be over 21 and sitting at a poker table or slot machine to gamble. State gambling regulators, compulsive gambling experts and public health ...Read More »
ANNAPOLIS — Court officials say roughly 1,500 Maryland residents with misdemeanor convictions were wrongly taken of voter rolls over the last six years. The Capital reports that officials didn’t become aware until former Anne Arundel County Executive John Leopold contacted ...Read More »