Monthly Archives: February 2013

Newtowne Players Present The Lion in Winter

Newtowne Players Present The Lion in Winter

The Newtowne Players will perform The Lion in Winter by James Goldman Thursdays through Sundays, March 8-24, 2013. The play focuses on Henry II, the Plantagenet king who rules half of Western Europe, during the Christmas season of 1183. Henry has three sons by Eleanor of Aquitaine. While Henry wants the kingdom to stay...
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Call for Entries

The Mattawoman Creek Art Center (MCAC) has a call for entry out for its next multimedia show beginning on March 22, 2013. The show is open to all visual artists of all skill levels within the local commuting area and the deadline for art delivery is on March 16 or March 17. Call 301-743-5159, e-mail mattawomanart@aol.com,...
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CSM Welcomes Shirley Allen

CSM Welcomes Shirley Allen

CSM Welcomes Shirley Allen as Childrens Learning Center Director The College of Southern Maryland announces Shirley Allen as its director of the St. Charles Childrens Learning Center at CSM. Allen brings 27 years of experience to the position and a passion for children and learning. Early childhood programs are fundamental in later success of...
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Edward Nolan Clark, Jr., (Eddie or Fast), 49

Edward Nolan Clark, Jr., (Eddie or Fast), 49

Edward Nolan Clark, Jr., (known to most as Eddie or Fast) 49, of Clements was called peacefully to his heavenly home on Sunday, Feb. 24 at his residence after a brief illness. Eddie was born on Dec. 9, 1963 in Washington, D. C. to Mary C. Davis and Edward N. Clark, Sr. Eddie graduated...
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Naomi Frances Thompson Fowler, 85

Naomi Frances Thompson Fowler, 85, of Wheelersburg, OH, formerly of Hollywood died Feb. 23 at Best Care Center in Wheelersburg, OH. Born April 6, 1927 in Hollywood, she was the daughter of the late Phillip Briscoe and Daisy Jones Thompson. Naomi was the loving wife of the late Reverend Ira E. Fowler, Sr., whom...
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Evans Milton Fletcher, 95

Evans Milton Fletcher, 95

Evans Milton Fletcher, 95, of Leonardtown, MD formerly from Harford County passed away on Feb. 23 in Callaway.  Born on March 8, 1917 in West Liberty he was the son of the late William Frank and Gertrude B. Winemiller Fletcher of Street.  Evans was of the loving husband of Violet Frances Wathen Fletcher whom...
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Edith (Edna) May Tippett, 92

Edith (Edna) May Tippett, 92

Edith (Edna) May Tippett, 92, of Mechanicsville died on Sunday, Feb. 24 in Hospice House of St. Mary’s in Callaway.   Born on June 22, 1920 in Plymouth, England, she was the daughter of Edith Emily and Francis Chubb.  She was a devoted wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, and homemaker. Edith, known to her friends...
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Ernst Carlton Livingston, 71

Ernst Carlton Livingston, 71

Ernst Carlton Livingston, 71 of Golden Beach, formerly of Glenn Dale passed away Feb. 22 at his residence. Born July 15, 1941 in Washington, DC, he was the son of Roland Francis Livingston and Freida Naomi Bankmann Livingston. Ernie graduated from Bladensburg High School in 1959. He worked for many years as a carpenter...
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David Leroy St. Clair, 82

David Leroy St. Clair, 82

David Leroy St. Clair, 82 of Dentsville died Feb. 23 at his home surrounded by family. He was a retired carpenter having worked at The Watergate in the engineering department for 25 years. He liked building things and projects for grandchildren and great-grandchildren. Born Dec. 16, 1930 in Spring Hill he was the son...
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Evelyn Audrey Hudson, 84

Evelyn Audrey Hudson, 84

Evelyn Audrey Hudson, 84, of Waldorf, formerly of Hollywood and Alexandria, VA, passed away at her residence on Feb. 23. She was born on Sept. 27, 1928 in Williams Port to the late Margaret (Cornwall) Swain and the late Bertram Eugene Swain. She enjoyed watching movies and eating popcorn, reading, playing bingo, and loved...
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Republican Women Stand Up for Families & Communities

Republican Women Stand Up for Families & Communities

House Republican Women Stand Up for Safe Families and Safe Communities Today, women legislators of the House Republican Caucus stood together in support of policies and programs that keep Maryland’s children safe. “In the wake of recent tragedies, much of the priority and focus of the conversation has been on firearms,” said House Minority...
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Obama Names O’Malley Co-Chair of Council of Governors

Obama Names O’Malley Co-Chair of Council of Governors

President Barack Obama has named Governor Martin O’Malley co-chair of the Council of Governors, an entity created by the President that recognizes the important role that state and local governments play in homeland security and defense. The Council brings governors and key federal officials together to address issues associated with the National Guard, homeland...
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Golf Tournament Fundraiser for J2A

Golf Tournament Fundraiser for J2A

On Friday, April 12, 2013 there will be a golf tournament at Chesapeake Hills Golf Course to raise funds for Journey to Adulthood of Middleham and St. Peter’s Episcopal Church Pilgrimage to Alaska. The cost to play is $100 for each golfer and $400 for a foursome. The cost includes player entry, continental...
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Blue Crabs Sign Three Additional Players for 2013 Season

Blue Crabs Sign Three Additional Players for 2013 Season

Southern Maryland Blue Crabs manager Patrick Osborn announced three additional signings to the 2013 roster today. Pitchers Eddie Morlan and Charlie Manning will again join the Blue Crabs, as well as newly acquired outfielder Sean Smith for the 2013 season. Morlan will return to the Blue Crabs for a third consecutive season after recording...
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State Police Blotter- Prince Frederick

State Police Blotter- Prince Frederick

Maryland State Police in Prince Frederick are investigating the following incidents: Possession of Marijuana: On 2/19/13 at 8:52 am, Trooper Matthews stopped a vehicle for traffic violations on Rt. 4 at Plum Point Rd. in Prince Frederick. During the traffic stop, a search revealed that the driver, Alexandra D. Wilson, 20 of...
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Man Convicted of Vehicular Manslaughter Arrested Again

Man Convicted of Vehicular Manslaughter Arrested Again

On October 22, 2010 Jerron Alonzo Jennings was involved in a motor vehicle collision which resulted in the death of Richard Arland Jackson of Bowie, Maryland. Mr. Jennings was indicted for vehicle manslaughter. On April 11, 2012 Jerron Jennings was found guilty of vehicular manslaughter. On August 3, 2012 he was sentenced...
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“Chesapeake Beach Amusement Park Chat”

“Chesapeake Beach Amusement Park Chat”

There will be a “Chesapeake Beach Amusement Park Chat” on Sunday, March 24, 2013 at the North Beach Town Hall, 8916 Chesapeake Avenue, North Beach, MD at 2:00pm   FREE ADMISSION Several local folks who grew up in the era of the Chesapeake Beach Amusement Park (1946-1972) will be leading an informal discussion about...
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Maryland Flag to Fly Half Staff

Maryland Flag to Fly Half Staff

This is to advise you that Governor Martin O’Malley has ordered the Maryland State Flag flown at half-staff on Tuesday, February 26, 2013 from sunrise to sunset. This is in honor of Former Delegate Charles Stokes Kolodziejski, who died February 21, 2013. Delegate Kolodziejski represented District 31 in AnneArundelCounty from 1983 through 1994. This...
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Maryland Doesn’t Need a Gas Tax Hike

House Republicans: Maryland Needs a Responsible Plan NOT a Gas Tax Hike Today members of the House Republican Caucus made it clear that Maryland does not need a gas tax hike, but instead needs a responsible plan that addresses the actual needs of its citizens. “As a caucus, we are appalled that Democratic leaders...
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First Two New State Police Helicopters to be Delivered Today

First Two New State Police Helicopters to be Delivered Today

UPDATE: DELIVERY OF FIRST HELICOPTERS POSTPONED The delivery of the first two new Maryland State Police helicopters has been postponed and will not be occurring this afternoon as originally planned. Final paperwork is still being reviewed and completed. Officials have called off the delivery for today. Delivery could occur tomorrow, but Aviation...
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JobSource Mobile Career Center Hits the Streets

JobSource Mobile Career Center Hits the Streets

Workforce resource on wheels making stops throughout Southern Maryland The Southern Maryland Workforce Investment Board is pleased to announce to the community that the JobSource Mobile Career Center, our One-Stop Career Center on wheels, has launched its 2013 deployment initiative making stops at local libraries, educational institutions, governmental and community centers, and detention facilities...
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Clay Variations Art Show

Clay Variations Art Show

Four Southern Maryland potters interpreting traditional forms brings together 4 Southern Maryland potters: Amanda Willis, Denise Breitburg, Randy Estabrook and Ray Bogle. Each is unique in their approach to shape, texture, color, form and firing techniques. Each brings their own meaning to traditional form; and each pushes the boundaries of form to create the...
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An Idling Car is Easy Prey

An Idling Car is Easy Prey

MSP Continue Enforcement and Education Campaign As cold weather continues, Maryland State Police are reminding drivers that an unoccupied vehicle with its engine running is an open invitation to car thieves who are prowling neighborhoods, convenience stores, and gas stations, looking for the easy steal. Troopers across Maryland are continuing to educate drivers that...
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Calvert County Police Blotter

Calvert County Police Blotter

During the week of February 18 through February 24 deputies of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office responded to 1508 calls for service throughout the community. Citizens with information on the following crimes or any criminal activity in Calvert County who wish to report it anonymously can now access the Calvert County Crime...
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Bowl for Kids’ Sake 2013

Bowl for Kids’ Sake 2013

Bowl for Kids’ Sake is Big Brothers Big Sisters’ largest and most important annual fundraiser. Each year, half a million people across America come together to have fun and raise money to support Big Brothers Big Sisters as we change how our youth grow up! Bowl for Kids’ Sake is the perfect way for...
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