Remember When: Cardinal Gibbons High School was the Catholic school for colored students in St. Mary’s County

Cardinal Gibbons Institute, Ridge, Maryland was a Colored Catholic School in St. Mary’s County. The Cardinal Gibbons Institute was St. Mary’s County’s first high school built to educate Blacks. Located in Ridge, Maryland, it provided academic, vocational and religious instructions to black students from across the United States.- In May 1917, land was acquired for […]

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ANNAPOLIS REPORT: Governor Hogan Signs Sweeping Reforms of UMMS Board Into Law Swift, Bipartisan Response to Revelations of Wrongdoing and Corruption of Baltimore Mayor Pugh and UMMS Officials

ANNAPOLIS REPORT: Governor Hogan Signs Sweeping Reforms of UMMS Board Into LawSwift, Bipartisan Response to Revelations of Wrongdoing and CorruptionBaltimore Mayor Pugh and UMMS Officials ANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Larry Hogan today signed major legislation to completely overhaul the University of Maryland Medical System (UMMS) board of directors, a swift response to revelations of wrongdoing and corruption […]

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Letter from High Chimneys

Letter from High Chimneys by Jack Rue Jack Rue fakes it without his spectacles as he lost them on his last joke about the Priest leaving the house of ill repute where he had ministered to the poor working girls. Letter from High Chimneys: Bars Going Broke Rue Stops Drinking – Part OneBy Jack RueI have […]

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Politics in Toons: Starring Maryland Gov. Parris Glendening – When The Washington Post ignored the affair of the liberal Democrat who was sleeping with his deputy chief of staff on love trysts on the state yacht and foreign trips – paid for by the taxpayers –

For two years the Baltimore Sun and The Washington Post both ignored and spiked the story of Maryland Governor Parris Glendening conducting an affair with his Deputy Chief of Staff. Glendening promoted her over other female staff members with whom he was not having sexual relations, giving her $31,000 in raises over a period of three years until ST. MARY’S TODAY broke the story.

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