WUHAN VIRUS IMPACT: 1562 dead in NYC and counting; 36 dead in Md including multiple new cases in a slew of nursing homes

COVID-19 Statistics in Maryland Number of Confirmed Cases: 2331Number of negative test results: 18,890Number of Deaths: 36Hospitalizations: 582 ever hospitalizedReleased From Isolation: 81 Gov. Hogan frustrated by rise in coronavirus cases at senior-living facilities ANNAPOLIS, Md. (WBFF) – Maryland Governor Larry Hogan is voicing frustration with the growing number of confirmed cases of coronavirus at senior living facilities throughout the […]

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COURT NEWS: Gov. Larry Hogan picks new Judges for St. Mary’s District Court, Anne Arundel Circuit and Court of Appeals as he continues to Change Maryland one Judge at a time

COURT NEWS: Gov. Larry Hogan picks new Judges for St. Mary’s District Court, Anne Arundel Circuit and Court of Appeals as he continues to Change Maryland one Judge at a time Governor Hogan Announces Three Judicial AppointmentsFills Vacancies in Court of Appeals, Anne Arundel, and St. Mary’s Counties ANNAPOLIS, MD—Governor Larry Hogan today announced the […]

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OUTLAW POACHERS – Recreational fishing license holders suspended for fishing, oystering and crabbing violations – Hola Hombres!

Department of Natural Resources Recreational Fishing and Crabbing Suspensions Revised 6-1-19 Name Species Suspension Start Date Suspension End Date Suspended From ALEGRIA PARADA, ERIK RICARDO STRIPED BASS 12/17/18 03/15/20 Fishing ALEMAN CARRANZA, JOSE WILFREDO STRIPED BASS 04/09/18 04/07/20 Fishing ALFARO, JORGE ALBERTO OSEGUEDA FISHING SUSPENDED LICENSE 03/01/19 02/28/20 Fishing ALTAMIRANO, NAHUM HERNANDEZ CRABS 04/01/19 06/29/19 […]

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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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Leonard Copsey Drifted On

“Insurance? Heck no,” said Leonard. “Those people want too much money each year from you, it’s hard enough making a living without paying those big insurance companies those big numbers. We’ll fix up our place, dry things out and replace anything that’s damaged, and we’ll be back open for business really quick.”

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