1918 Bay Crossing Study: SPAN WOULD BRIDGE THE CHESAPEAKE

Maryland Governor Emerson Harrington appointed a study committee in 1918, as shown in the article below from a Snow Hill, Maryland newspaper – the DEMOCRAT MESSENGER. The ferry above transited the Chesapeake Bay until 1952 when a bridge over the Chesapeake was finally built. 1918 Bay Crossing Study: SPAN WOULD BRIDGE THE CHESAPEAKE Governor Harrington …

REPEAL: The day selling booze in Maryland became legal again

RUM TO BE SOLD IN MONTGOMERY Commissioners Speed Plans for Opening of Dispensaries Tonight. The Evening Star, Dec. 5, 1933 Whiskey will be placed on sale in Montgomery County tonight, it was officially announced by Lacy Shaw, president of the Board of County Commissioners. Sale in Prince Georges County is not expected until Thursday. Shaw …

MURDER-TOWN BALTIMORE: Gov. Larry Hogan announces 200 fed, state, local law officers to clamp down on violent crime in City of Demons

“We have absolutely no tolerance whatsoever for the repeat offenders who are causing the violent crime in Baltimore.

HEROIN HIGHWAY TO HELL: Baltimore Heroin Dealer Karon Peoples Linked to 27 Overdoses—9 of Them Fatal—Sentenced to 10 Years in Federal Prison

HEROIN HIGHWAY TO HELL: Baltimore Heroin Dealer Karon Peoples Linked to 27 Overdoses—9 of Them Fatal—Sentenced to 10 Years in Federal Prison During the Investigation, Law Enforcement Recovered $405,156 in Drug Proceeds, Approximately One Kilogram of Heroin, and 49 Cell Phones Used to Facilitate Drug Transactions     Baltimore, Maryland – U.S. District Judge Richard …

DWI HIT PARADE: Maryland State Police Arrest Woman Twice for DUI In Less Than Twenty Minutes

DWI HIT PARADE: Maryland State Police Arrest Woman Twice for DUI In Less Than Twenty Minutes ROSEDALE, MD – Maryland State Police arrested and charged a Baltimore City woman twice for DUI within twenty minutes.   The accused in both incidents is identified as Stephanie Ringgold, 33, of Baltimore City. Ringgold was charged twice with …

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