CROOKED ST. MARY’S PART II: Was Project Graduation Money for Fritz’s Designated Female Staffer?

CROOKED ST. MARY’S PART II: Was Project Graduation Money for Fritz’s Designated Female Staffer? BIG BUCKS FOR FRITZ DESIGNATED FEMALE STAFFER BLOWS UP WHEN STERLING REFUSED TO REQUEST MONEY FOR NON-EXISTENT WORK FOR CANCELLED PROJECT GRADUATION. By Ken Rossignol THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY NEWS & COMMENTARY LEONARDTOWN, MD. – The Walled City of Leonardtown has yet […]

Continue Reading

MURDER USA: Polk County Sheriff detectives arrest 17-year-old for making violent threats on a gaming app

Thanks to tips received by other Discord text-chat users, Polk County Sheriff’s Office detectives were able to investigate and arrest a 17-year-old gamer who made violent and disturbing threats online. Nathaniel R. Burkett was arrested and charged on October 23, 2019, with a written threat to kill or injure (F2) (FSS 836.10).  Among the threats made online […]

Continue Reading

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 […]

Continue Reading

Southern Md Police Beat: THE HERO OF GREAT MILLS HIGH SCHOOL – Good Guy with a gun St. Mary’s Sheriff DFC Blaine Gaskill commended for stopping shooter Austin Wyatt Rollins in Great Mills High School

Southern Md. Police Beat: THE HERO OF GREAT MILLS HIGH SCHOOL – Good Guy with a gun St. Mary’s Sheriff DFC Blaine Gaskill commended for stopping shooter Austin Wyatt Rollins in Great Mills High School ANNAPOLIS, MD – Governor Larry Hogan attended the Maryland State School Safety Summit hosted by the Maryland Center for School Safety, […]

Continue Reading

Gov. Larry Hogan bill signing of School Safety Act / Maryland could act now by diverting spending from artificial turf to metal detectors

School Safety Bill signed into law requiring school systems to enhance security and identify those students who present risks to school safety. Will allow students to bring sunscreen into schools, reversing what the Governor called an “idiotic policy”. Governor Larry Hogan Signs Comprehensive School Safety Bill Into Law Signs Additional Measures To Protect Maryland Students, […]

Continue Reading