MALLOWS BAY FISHING REEF: Gov. Larry Hogan Celebrates Maryland’s First National Marine Sanctuary – for Fish, Not Illegals

NANJEMOY, MD— There is never any shortage of things that politicians will or have done in the past one hundred years to the Potomac River – usually in the name of protecting it, hurting it or just posing with it. During the height of World War I, the United States commissioned the construction of hundreds of wooden gunboats to be rushed to protect the Atlantic coast and the war in Europe.

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OUTLAW POACHER PIRATES OF THE CHESAPEAKE: Gregory Parks Sent to Slammer for One Year for Poaching in Virginia and Smuggling to Maryland

OUTLAW POACHER PIRATES OF THE CHESAPEAKE: Gregory Parks Sent to Slammer for One Year for Poaching in Virginia and Smuggling to Maryland NORFOLK, Va. – A Tangier Island man was sentenced Aug. 22, 2019, to one year in prison for violating the Lacey Act by harvesting oysters from the Chesapeake Bay in excess of Virginia […]

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WWII MUNITIONS PROVIDED BLAST AT POPULAR BEACH: Newtown Neck State Park beachcombers found more than seashells

WWII MUNITIONS PROVIDED BLAST AT POPULAR BEACH: Newtown Neck State Park beachcombers found more than seashells The Newtown Neck State Park Master Plan Explains the Discovery of WWII Munitions on Beaches at the Park and Closure of the Park for Two Years to Search for Other Ordnance In January 2012, multiple projectiles were found near […]

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BODY FOUND: kayakers reported seeing man swim away from the disabled boat and sink out of sight; Michael Jenkins identified as the deceased boater

BODY FOUND: kayakers reported seeing man swim away from the disabled boat and sink out of sight Michael Jenkins identified as deceased boater NORFOLK, Va. – Norfolk Police have identified the man whose body was recovered in the water near the Willoughby boat ramp, as 53-year-old Michael Jenkins. Jenkins, of the 1700 block of E. […]

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BOOZING BOATER: Boat operator cited for impaired operation of the vessel after discovering he was missing one of eleven passengers on 22′ skiff when returning home; Coast Guard found overboard woman after search

BOOZING BOATER: Boat operator cited for impaired operation of the vessel after discovering he was missing one of eleven passengers on 22′ skiff when returning home; Coast Guard found overboard woman after search OCEAN CITY, Md. — The Coast Guard rescued a 20-year-old female from the water after she was reported missing from a vessel […]

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OCEAN CITY POLICE BEAT: Boozing Bozos & Yahoos, DWI, Fighting, Weapons, Drugs and Noise as Rowdies Flock for Fourth

OCEAN CITY POLICE BEAT: Boozing Bozos & Yahoos, DWI, Fighting, Weapons, Drugs and Noise as Rowdies Flock for Fourth The following persons were arrested over the Fourth of July weekend by the Ocean City, Md., Police Department: CHRISTOPHER WHITE EDGETT, of 360 E. Hamilton Ave., State College, Pa., (W /M/22) Arrest on chrg of 1) […]

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