Monthly Archives: September 2018

18-Year-Old Missing Calvert County Woman Found Dead in Baltimore City

18-Year-Old Missing Calvert County Woman Found Dead in Baltimore City

On Thursday, September 27, 2018 at approximately 9:20 a.m, the Anne Arundel County Police along with the Baltimore City Police responded to a call for a deceased female. The female was located in the area of the 100 block of Riverside Road, Baltimore City, Maryland which borders Anne Arundel County.  The unidentified adult female...
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NAVAIR Industry Day Seeks Partnership, Electronics and System solutions

NAVAIR Industry Day Seeks Partnership, Electronics and System solutions

“Allow your folks to fail, learn, then recover,” said Daniel Nega, the deputy assistant secretary of the Navy for air programs during an industry brief at PMA-209’s Industry Day, September 18-19, 2018. “Don’t just hire more people. Solve within your means.” His challenge to government and industry is to encourage a shift in perspective...
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Fall Foliage and Festival Report for September 30

Fall Foliage and Festival Report for September 30

Welcome to the Fall Foliage and Festival Report for the first full weekend of fall, Sept. 29 and 30, 2018, brought to you by the Maryland Department of Natural Resources. As September comes to a close, it appears the rain will diminish and we’ll have some partly cloudy to sunny days to look forward to...
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Local Agencies to Host the “Parenting Again…Stepping In For Parents Who Can’t” Workshop

Local Agencies to Host the “Parenting Again…Stepping In For Parents Who Can’t” Workshop

Join us on October 11th for the “Parenting Again…Stepping In For Parents Who Can’t” dinner and presentation for families who are raising children who aren’t theirs. The event will be held at the Calvert Pines/Office on Aging, 450 W. Dares Beach Road, Prince Frederick. Check-in begins at 5:30 p.m. and the program will run...
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Deputies Receive Awards From Maryland Highway Safety Office

Deputies Receive Awards From Maryland Highway Safety Office

Sheriff Mikes Evans, of the Calvert County Sheriff’s Office is proud to report on September 26, 2018, Deputy Nicholas A. Buckler and Deputy Ryan T. Spalding received awards presented to them by the Maryland Highway Safety Office at its annual awards luncheon at Bayfront Club, in Sparrows Point, MD. The luncheon acknowledged the outstanding...
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UPDATE: Police In Lexington Park Investigating Shooting of 18-Year-Old Male

UPDATE: Police In Lexington Park Investigating Shooting of 18-Year-Old Male

UPDATE 10/1/2018 @ 11:30 a.m.: On September 29, 2018, at approximately 10:50 p.m., deputies from the St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office responded to the 45000 block of Sunflower Street in Great Mills, for the report of an individual who had been shot. Contact was made with the victim, an 18 year old male, who...
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Three Notch Trail Awarded $4.1 Million in Funding for 3.3 Mile Extension

Three Notch Trail Awarded $4.1 Million in Funding for 3.3 Mile Extension

St. Mary’s County is set to receive $4.1 million from two separate state and federal grant programs for the construction of the next phase of the Three Notch Trail. The Hogan administration has announced $17,276,154 in grants to support improvements to bicycle and pedestrian safety and connectivity across the state. St. Mary’s County was...
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Lady Baltimore Ball to be Hosted at Historic St. Mary’s City

Lady Baltimore Ball to be Hosted at Historic St. Mary’s City

On October 27, 2018, the Historic St. Mary’s City Foundation will host an evening of food, drink, and dancing at the Haunted 1676 State House. Tickets are $125 per person and include an open bar and heavy hors d’oeuvres, as well as a photo booth to commemorate your evening fun.  Festivities will feature music...
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Thirteen Indicted in Large Drug Bust Investigation Across Multiple Counties

Thirteen Indicted in Large Drug Bust Investigation Across Multiple Counties

As a result of a joint investigation that began in early 2017, the Howard County and Anne Arundel County Police Departments are announcing 13 indictments in a drug ring that was operating in both counties. The two agencies, with additional assistance from the Laurel Police Department, conducted a lengthy investigation into a high-level cocaine...
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Two Injured After Serious Motor Vehicle Accident in Hollywood

Two Injured After Serious Motor Vehicle Accident in Hollywood

On Saturday, September 29, 2018, at approximately 10:10 a.m., police fire and rescue personnel responded to the area of St. Johns Road, and Sandy Bottom Road in Hollywood, for the reported serious motor vehicle accident with one trapped. Crews arrived on scene to find a single vehicle off the roadway and into a tree,...
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Calvert County to Host Free Residential Shredding Event

Calvert County to Host Free Residential Shredding Event

The Calvert County Department of Public Works, Solid Waste Division, will host a free paper shredding event for county residents Saturday, Sep. 29. The event will be held at Appeal Landfill located at 401 Sweetwater Road, Lusby from 8 a.m. to noon, rain or shine.  The shred event helps prevent identity theft by destroying...
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St. Mary’s County School Health Council Meeting Schedule

St. Mary’s County School Health Council Meeting Schedule

The St. Mary’s County School Health Council will meet on the following dates during the 2018-2019 school year: Thursday, September 27, 2018 Tuesday, November 27, 2018 Tuesday, February 26, 2019 Thursday, May 2, 2019 The St. Mary’s County School Health Council acts in an advisory capacity to the Board of Education of St. Mary’s...
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Charles County’s Emergency Services Donates Six Public Safety Radios to Schools

Charles County’s Emergency Services Donates Six Public Safety Radios to Schools

Administrative teams of six Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) recently received public safety radios to directly communicate with first responders if a life-threatening emergency arises at a school. The digital portable radios — Motorola XTS 5000 models — directly connect schools with Charles County’s Department of Emergency Services, prompting a faster response by first responders, said Jason Stoddard,...
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Troy David Mehl, 44

Troy David Mehl, 44

Troy David Mehl, 44, of Valley Lee, MD passed away suddenly on Wednesday, September 26, 2018. He was born on November 29, 1973 in Midland, MI to Rickey Alan Mehl of Wolverine, MI and Peggy Grace Bohnhoff Nosek of Great Mills, MD. Troy is a 1993 graduate of Great Mills High School. He enlisted...
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Governor Larry Hogan Announces Judicial Appointments

Governor Larry Hogan Announces Judicial Appointments

Governor Larry Hogan today announced the appointments of Pamela Knoop Alban, Elizabeth Sheree Morris, and Robert Jeffrey Thompson to fill three vacancies on the Anne Arundel County Circuit Court. The seats became vacant following the recent retirements of Judge Paul F. Harris, Jr., Judge Paul Goetzke, and Judge Michele Jaklitsch. The governor made the...
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Robert “Bob” Fulton Sealey, 92

Robert “Bob” Fulton Sealey, 92

Robert “Bob” Fulton Sealey, 92, of Fort Myers FL, passed away 9/21/2018. Bob was born March 22, 1926 in Sebring, FL to the late James Edward and Lossie (Wynn) Sealey. Bob, a World War II Navy veteran joined the military in 1942 and later stationed in Solomons, MD where he met and married his...
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Mary Susan Hollingsworth, 60

Mary Susan Hollingsworth, 60

Mary Susan Hollingsworth, 60, passed away on September 25, 2018 in Takoma Park, MD. Mary was born in 1958 to John and Helen Hollingsworth in Washington, DC. She was predeceased by both of her parents and her sister Nancy Kelly. She is survived by her daughter Amanda N. Ratcliffe of Lusby, MD. Mary is...
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James Cecil Barber, 82

James Cecil Barber, 82

James Cecil Barber, 82 of Mechanicsville, MD passed away at his residence in Mechanicsville, MD on September 26, 2018. James was born to the late Ninion Pinkney Barber, Jr. and Gladys Jane Anderson on March 26, 1936 in Leonardtown, MD. James worked as an electrician for Amtrak. Prior to that, James was a tractor...
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Charles County Sheriff’s Office Deputies Arrest Fort Washington Man for Attempted Armed Carjacking

Charles County Sheriff’s Office Deputies Arrest Fort Washington Man for Attempted Armed Carjacking

On Thursday, September 27, 2018, at approximately 1:30 p.m., deputies from the Charles County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call for an attempted carjacking on Crain Highway at Pierce Road in Waldorf. Initial investigation revealed the victim was stopped at a red light behind another vehicle. A male got out of the lead vehicle...
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Dominion Energy Cove Point LNG Terminal Scheduled Maintenance and Inspection

Dominion Energy Cove Point LNG Terminal Scheduled Maintenance and Inspection

The Dominion Energy Cove Point LNG terminal has begun a scheduled maintenance and inspection outage. The outage is scheduled to last about three weeks. One of the initial actions is to depressurize systems and equipment used to produce liquefied natural gas, in preparation for servicing them. Inert nitrogen gas is used to purge the...
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Missing Woman Found Deceased in Back of Boyfriends Van in Anne Arundel County

Missing Woman Found Deceased in Back of Boyfriends Van in Anne Arundel County

A Glen Burnie woman reported as a critically missing person, was found in the back of a van in Odenton, on Wednesday. 21 year-old Megan Burdeaux was reported missing on Tuesday, following a reported assault during an argument with her boyfriend Monday night in Pasadena. According to police, the suspect identified Edgar Manning IV,...
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No Injuries Reported in Early Morning Motor Vehicle Accident in Leonardtown

No Injuries Reported in Early Morning Motor Vehicle Accident in Leonardtown

On Friday, September 28, 2018, at approximately 7:20 a.m., police fire and rescue personnel responded to the area of St. Andrews Church Road, and Point Lookout Road, in Leonardtown for the reported motor vehicle accident. Crews arrived on scene to find a Dodge Ram pick-up truck off the roadway, with the single occupant, out...
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Chris Thompson Hired as St. Mary’s Chief of Communications for Emergency Services

Chris Thompson Hired as St. Mary’s Chief of Communications for Emergency Services

Christopher Thompson has been hired to serve as a division manager in the St. Mary’s County Department of Emergency Services; he will be filling the Chief of Communications position. His duties and responsibilities will be supervising the 911 Communications Center personnel. Chris comes to us from the Charles County Department of Emergency Services after...
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Grocery Trip Puts $100,000 Prize in Lusby Man’s Pocket

Grocery Trip Puts $100,000 Prize in Lusby Man’s Pocket

A trip to the local Giant grocery to pick up a prescription for a roommate put a $100,000 surprise into the hands of a Lusby man. He selected a WILLY WONKA GOLDEN TICKET™ scratch-off that carried the game’s top prize. The 59-year-old project manager visited Giant #343 and bought the $10 game from a...
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Oyster Season Opens October 1

Oyster Season Opens October 1

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources announced the 2018-2019 public oyster harvest season will open Oct. 1 and run through March 31, 2019. Opening month is reserved for divers and watermen using patent and shaft tongs, as well as recreational oystering. During the season, recreational oyster harvesting is open to any Maryland resident and does not...
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