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5/29/2014 -
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River Concert Series begins 16th season

The Chesapeake Orchestra inaugurates its 16th season with the River Concert Series at St. Mary's College of Maryland (SMCM) under the direction of Jeffrey Silberschlag. This world-class music celebration begins Friday, June 20 and continues every...

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5/29/2014 -
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Senator Mike Miller to receive MML Distinguished Legislator Award

The Maryland Municipal League (MML), the statewide association representing more than 157 Maryland cities and towns, will present awards in two major categories at its upcoming 2014 Annual Convention June 8-11 in Ocean City. Among the honors to be presented...

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5/29/2014 -
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Local author donates to Hospice of St. Mary's

Sean Sayers, local author, presents Hospice bereavement coordinator, Esther Palma, with a donation of all profits from the initial book sales of his new novel, Conrad Scott. This donation will help support the creation of a teen center which will become a place...

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5/29/2014 -
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Schindler earns endowed scholarship

On Tuesday, May 27, during an official signing ceremony on the campus of St. Mary's College of Maryland, St. Mary's Ryken High School senior Stephanie Schindler formally accepted the St. Mary's College of Maryland Joseph and Kathleen Garner...

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5/28/2014 -
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Leonardtown reopens following bomb scare

On May 28 at 6:46 a.m., a citizen called the Emergency Communications Center (ECC) and reported seeing a male subject place a duffle bag under the soda machines inside the McDonald's restaurant located on Merchant's Lane in the Leonardtown Center...

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5/28/2014 -
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Ft. Washington Harley-Davidson participates in Rolling Thunder

The Bay Net advertising representative Michelle Shontere participated in the annual Rolling Thunder held in Washington, D.C. every Memorial Day. "I took these pictures in Ft. Washington at the Ft. Washington Harley Davidson," Shontere said. "I go every...

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5/27/2014 -
Southern Maryland under severe thunderstorm watch until 9 p.m.

MAIN THREATS ARE LARGE HAIL AND DAMAGING WIND

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5/27/2014 -
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LETTER TO EDITOR: Join in to Help our Youth

The Collaborative recently began a campaign promoting the building of a centrally-located community center.  The county's current plan has a Prince Frederick area community center slated for 10 years out, but hundreds of families who live in the center of the county need a safe place for

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5/27/2014 -
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County denies for now any school budget bailout

The St. Mary's County Commissioners have unanimously voted to deny a bailout of the school system's budget shortfall at this time. But they have left open the possibility of "deficit funding" at some later date once the final figures are in for the Board of Education's...

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5/27/2014 -
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Emergency evacuation routes to be designated in Charles County

The Maryland State Highway Administration's District 5 office is placing emergency evacuation route signage on state routes within Charles County, in response to a request made last year by the County Commissioners through the Department of Emergency Services...

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5/27/2014 -
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St. Mary's hires two universities for economic strategy studies

The St. Mary's County Commissioners, on a 3-2 vote, have approved the hiring of two universities to begin work on the county's "Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS)."; The county will pay the University of Maryland $86,796 and Towson...

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5/27/2014 -
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March of Dimes holds walk at Regency Stadium

It was the feel-good moment of the week when approximately 1,200 residents joined together in support of southern Maryland's smallest citizens—babies—by participating in the 2014 March for Babies to benefit the March of Dimes. On Sunday, May...

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5/22/2014 -
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Regency Stadium to host Guitars & Stripes Fest May 24

The Southern Maryland Blue Crabs are kicking off their summer season with the Guitars & Stripes Country Fest Saturday, May 24. The Blue Crabs will welcome four chart-topping artists that burst recently onto the country music scene. The Guitars & Stripes...

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5/22/2014 -
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Severe thunderstorm warning in effect 6:15 p.m.

A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued by the National Weather Service for central St. Mary's County in Southern Maryland and southeastern Calvert County until 6:15 p.m. At 5:20 p.m. a severe thunderstorm was detected nine...

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5/22/2014 -
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Severe thunderstorm watch in effect until 10 p.m.

Weather advisory: Be alert

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5/22/2014 -
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Police seeking help in locating lost kayaker

Investigators for the Maryland Natural Resources Police are asking for the public's help in locating a missing Woodbridge, Va., man last seen kayaking two weeks ago on the Potomac River from Virginia to Maryland. Jeryl Cordelle Dickerson Jr., 22, was last seen...

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5/22/2014 -
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Maryland State Fire Marshal urges safety for Memorial Day

With Memorial Day weekend right around the corner, families across Maryland will venture outside - either to the beach or the mountains—or maybe just to their backyard. Increased outdoor activities also result in an increase of outdoor fire risks; therefore State...

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5/14/2014 -
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Regency Stadium hopes to host Charles County graduations

Officials for Regency Furniture Stadium in Waldorf piqued the interest of the Charles County Commissioners at their May 13 meeting by announcing that they have placed a bid to hold future high school graduations at the facility, perhaps as soon...

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5/14/2014 -
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Region's broadband assessment is underway

The State of Maryland has invested federal and state money in a broadband network. The challenge of giving remote, rural communities better access to the Internet is being addressed by the Maryland Broadband Cooperative. Southern Maryland...

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5/13/2014 -
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Great Mills woman killed in New Jersey plane crash

A Great Mills woman was killed Friday evening when the single-engine plane in which she was a passenger crashed in a wooded area near Atlantic City, NY. Morgan Brittany Smith, 28, was a Flying Quality Lead for F-35C aircraft at Patuxent River...

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