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Governor Larry Hogan and Maryland Superintendent of Schools Announce Return of Fall Sports on October 7, 2020

Governor Larry Hogan and Maryland Superintendent of Schools Announce Return of Fall Sports on October 7, 2020

Following a visit to schools in Frederick County today, Governor Larry Hogan and State Superintendent of Schools Dr. Karen Salmon announced the return of fall sports in Maryland. Each local school system will now have the ability to officially start the interscholastic athletic fall season in secondary schools beginning Wednesday, October 7, 2020. “Getting...
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Blue Crabs Announce Disney’s Moana as Family Movie Night on Friday, September 25, 2020

Blue Crabs Announce Disney’s Moana as Family Movie Night on Friday, September 25, 2020

The Southern Maryland Blue Crabs have added yet another community event to the 2020 calendar, with Disney’s Moana to be played at Regency Furniture Stadium on September 25th. Gate will open at 6:30 PM, and the movie will begin at 7:00 PM. Click HERE for tickets. Moana will be the third family movie night...
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Southern Maryland Native LJay Newsome Makes His MLB Debut for the Seattle Mariners

Southern Maryland Native LJay Newsome Makes His MLB Debut for the Seattle Mariners

LJay Newsome is a 23-year-old La Plata native and current Mechanicsville resident who attended, and graduated from Chopticon High School. In five minor-league seasons, Newsome posted a 30-32 record with a 4.11 ERA, 62 walks and 472 strikeouts in 499 innings. His scouting report puts his stats into view. “The strike-throwing for Newsome is...
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UPDATE: States Attorney Releases Statement Regarding Charges Pending for Five 18-Year-Old Males in Racial Vandalism at Calvert High School

UPDATE: States Attorney Releases Statement Regarding Charges Pending for Five 18-Year-Old Males in Racial Vandalism at Calvert High School

UPDATE: States Attorney, Bob Harvey releases statement regarding the vandalism at Calvert High School. “I commend the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office for its swift action in identifying five suspects in the August 8, 2020 vandalism incident at Calvert High. Based upon the information currently available, I have directed that charges be filed against these...
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Blue Crabs Announce First Annual Daryl Thompson Invitational Youth Baseball Tournament in September, 2020

Blue Crabs Announce First Annual Daryl Thompson Invitational Youth Baseball Tournament in September, 2020

The Southern Maryland Blue Crabs announced the first ever Daryl Thompson Invitation Youth Baseball Tournament, hosting ages 8U-18U over the course of two weekends. In an effort to continue to give back to the community, the Blue Crabs have decided to host a Youth Baseball Tournament. The 8U-12U athletes will play on the weekend...
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Atlantic League Clubs Updated 2020 Plans, Southern Maryland Blue Crabs Working Towards Finalizing 70-Game Season

Atlantic League Clubs Updated 2020 Plans, Southern Maryland Blue Crabs Working Towards Finalizing 70-Game Season

The Atlantic League of Professional Baseball today announced that, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, several member clubs have not gained necessary approval from governmental and health officials to open their ballparks to a capacity level sufficient for participation.  As a result, the 2020 schedule for each team has been opened up, with clubs permitted...
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Southern Maryland Blue Crabs Change Name to “Bleu Cheeses” Every Thursday at Home Games as part of Wing Wars Promotion

Southern Maryland Blue Crabs Change Name to “Bleu Cheeses” Every Thursday at Home Games as part of Wing Wars Promotion

The Southern Maryland Blue Crabs announced on Friday afternoon that they will change their name to the Bleu Cheeses every Thursday as part of their Wing Wars promotion including all you can eat chicken wings and all you can drink beer. Traditionally Blue Crabs have served buffet style wings and beer in the Legend’s...
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St. Mary’s College Athletics and Recreation Director Scott Devine to Retire in 2020

St. Mary’s College Athletics and Recreation Director Scott Devine to Retire in 2020

Scott Devine, director of athletics and recreation, will retire at the end of the 2020 school year. President of St. Mary’s College of Maryland Tuajuanda C. Jordan made the announcement. “I am incredibly grateful for the vision and hard work Scott has put into the St. Mary’s College athletics department,” said Jordan. “For 20...
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Walk, Run, Roll or Fly to the Race 4 Heroes 5K on, Saturday, October 12, 2019

Walk, Run, Roll or Fly to the Race 4 Heroes 5K on, Saturday, October 12, 2019

Please join us on October 12th for Race 4 Heroes. After the race we will hand out awards, but like last year, we will honor some local children and give them gifts as well as a local veteran who will be receiving our largest gift ever!!! This gives attendees a chance to witness the...
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St. Mary’s County Department of Recreation and Parks Announces Adult Volleyball League Meetings

St. Mary’s County Department of Recreation and Parks Announces Adult Volleyball League Meetings

St. Mary’s County Department of Recreation and Parks will hold adult volleyball informational meetings for teams and individuals. The Coed League meeting will be Tuesday, Sept. 10, 2019, at 7 p.m. at the Margaret Brent Recreation Center and is open to men and women ages 18 and up. Recreation games begin Monday’s in September...
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Maryland’s Regular Striped Bass Season Opens

Maryland’s Regular Striped Bass Season Opens

Maryland’s regular striped bass season gets underway on May 16, and the Maryland Department of Natural Resources reminds anglers that conservation regulations put in place last year are in effect through the end of 2019. When fishing in the Chesapeake Bay and its tidal tributaries, anglers must use non-offset circle hooks when live-lining or chumming, and must use circle hooks...
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Lexington Park Man Arrested After Found with Loaded Stolen Handgun and Drugs in Great Mills

Lexington Park Man Arrested After Found with Loaded Stolen Handgun and Drugs in Great Mills

On Tuesday, January 22, 2019, at approximately 9:20 p.m. deputies from the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office were in the 45500 block of Coronado Drive in Great Mills, actively searching for a burglary suspect who had stolen two firearms from a residence. Corporal Brandon Foor observed a vehicle with a passenger that resembled the...
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Maryland State Police Leonardtown Barrack Proud to Host Champions On Patrol

Maryland State Police Leonardtown Barrack Proud to Host Champions On Patrol

Lt. Krystle Rossignol and the troopers at the Leonardtown Barrack were proud to host St. Mary’s Co. Special Olympics Maryland athlete Kegan Zimmerman today as part of the Champions On Patrol program. Kegan is a true champion in sports and in life and TFC Oyler was honored to have Kegan as her patrol partner...
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California Man Charged After Found with Cocaine at St. Mary’s Detention Center

California Man Charged After Found with Cocaine at St. Mary’s Detention Center

On June 11, 2018, Cpl. Potter responded to the St. Mary’s County Detention and Rehabilitation Center for a reported found contraband. Investigation determined Antonio George Queen, age 24, of California, was discovered to have suspected cocaine in his possession while confined at the detention center. Queen was charged with Possession of CDS-Not Marijuana and...
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Mechanicsville Man Catches Record Snakehead in Charles County

Mechanicsville Man Catches Record Snakehead in Charles County

It was a long, memorable Memorial Day weekend for 41-year-old Andrew “Andy” Fox of Mechanicsville. Fox, along with two of his closest friends headed to Indian Head, Mattawoman Creek, in Charles County for a little overnight bowfishing for northern snakehead. The trio was out on the water for a few hours the night of...
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CSM Signs Six to Volleyball Team for 2017 Season

CSM Signs Six to Volleyball Team for 2017 Season

The College of Southern Maryland (CSM) has signed six players to the Hawks’ volleyball team for the 2017-18 season. They include Alexis Lauer, middle hitter (Huntingtown High School); Reagan Tuiasosopo, outside/middle blocker (North Point High School); Aliyah Jackson, outside (Riverdale Baptist High School); Alexandra Allen, outside/middle hitter (Skyview High School, Billings, Montana); Savannah Carroll,...
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2017 Summer Rockfish Season Begins June 1

2017 Summer Rockfish Season Begins June 1

Anglers wanting to get in on this year’s striped bass fishing season will have more areas to fish starting June 1. The Maryland Department of Natural Resources announced the official opening of the summer/fall striped bass season with no exclusions on where anglers can catch the state fish. All areas of the Chesapeake Bay, including...
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Rockfish Season Opens on the Chesapeake Bay April 15

Rockfish Season Opens on the Chesapeake Bay April 15

The state’s spring rockfish season begins Saturday, April 15, and anglers of all experience levels are invited to set out for the Chesapeake Bay from the shores of Calvert County. Home to the bay’s largest charter boat fleet, Calvert County’s experienced boat captains are standing by to help fishing enthusiasts reel in “the big...
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St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Deputy, Happy to be Alive

St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Deputy, Happy to be Alive

Firefighters and EMS associates work very hard when on the job. One rescuer found himself rescuing someone while off-duty at a charity hockey game last week. Players found David Corcoran unresponsive on the ice the game between Capitol Police and West Caldwell Fire. Members from D.C. Fire Department’s hockey team who were watching the...
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Volunteers Needed on May 6 for Special Olympics Spring Games

Volunteers Needed on May 6 for Special Olympics Spring Games

Volunteers are needed for the 2017 Charles County Special Olympics Spring Games being held on Saturday, May 6 at Henry E. Lackey High School (3000 Chicamuxen Rd, Indian Head) from 7 a.m. – 4 p.m.  Score keepers, athlete escorts, and general volunteers are needed to assist with Bocce, Swimming, and Track and Field events....
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Blue Crabs Announce 2017 Promotional Schedule

Blue Crabs Announce 2017 Promotional Schedule

The Southern Maryland Blue Crabs unveiled the 2017 promotional schedule on Friday, highlighted by seven fireworks extravaganzas, a 10th anniversary giveaway series, and appearances that the whole family will enjoy. The Blue Crabs will open their season on April 20 vs. Long Island with their 10th Anniversary Opening Night presented by Wawa. The Red,...
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CSM Hawks Headed to Nationals

CSM Hawks Headed to Nationals

For the first time in the history of the College of Southern Maryland, the CSM Hawks have won the Region XX Division II Men’s Basketball Championship, held March 10-12 at Garrett College. CSM now advances to the NJCAA Division II National Championship, in Danville, Illinois, March 21-25. “This team had the right guys at...
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Pax Sailors volunteer with D.C. Special Olympics Bowling Championship

Pax Sailors volunteer with D.C. Special Olympics Bowling Championship

Sixteen Sailors from across NAS Patuxent River volunteered their services at the 2017 District of Columbia Special Olympics Bowling Championship, which took place Feb. 22 and 23, in Hyattsville, Maryland. For two days, from start to finish, the Sailors helped out wherever they were needed, kept score, and interacted with and provided encouragement to...
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Know Your Role on Super Bowl Sunday

Know Your Role on Super Bowl Sunday

The Super Bowl is America’s most watched national sporting event. On Super Bowl Sunday, February 5, 2017, there will be lots of game day socializing that may include drinking. That’s why NHTSA is urging football fans to choose sides now: drinking OR driving. NHTSA’s Fans Don’t Let Fans Drive Drunk campaign encourages people to...
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