COURT NEWS: Former Georgetown Basketball Star Victor Page Sentenced To 20 Years in Prison for the Attempted Rape of A Minor

COURT NEWS: Former Georgetown Basketball Star Sentenced To 20 Years in Prison for The Attempted Rape of A Minor Victor Page attacked 17-year-old daughter of his live-in girlfriend; Three people pull him off the victim UPPER MARLBORO, MD – Prince George’s County State’s Attorney Aisha N. Braveboy announced today that former Georgetown University basketball player […]

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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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Maryland Parole Commission Members that released convicted killer Keith Allen Green & sex offender ten years before his term was complete and allowed him to live next door to a school playground

MURDER USA: MARYLAND OFFICIALS HAVE RELEASED CHILD KILLER KEITH GREEN ON PAROLE AFTER SERVING ONLY TWENTY YEARS AND HE NOW LIVES NEXT TO AN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL PLAYGROUND IN WALDORF COMMISSIONER BIOGRAPHIES Sharon Trexler Begosh – appointed in June 2015; term will expire on December 2 0 18. Commissioner Begosh graduated Magna Cum laude from the […]

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Maryland insurance executive Rick Tepel and 3 companions died in a small plane crash after takeoff from Roatan airport

The pilot/developer of the resort had been in litigation with indigenous people over ancestral land, reports Canadian TV Maryland insurance executive killed with three companions in a plane crash in Honduras on way to a fishing trip By Ken RossignolTHE CHESAPEAKE TODAY ROATAN, HONDURAS – Canadian pilot Patrick Forseth was leaving the Roatan airport with […]

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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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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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