Daily Archives: September 14, 2013

Croakers Crazy for Cocktail Shrimp

On a rare occasion, I run into a fishing trick that is so phenomenal and productive that I am very tempted to keep it to myself. However, as the top…

Link Wray and the Ray Men

LINK WRAY AND THE RAY MEN – Rock and Roll Pioneers – By Greg Laxton The Chesapeake Although he received the lion’s share of the accolades, guitar legend Link Wray…

Will Doug Gansler become Governor?

COMPTON, MD. — Maryland Attorney General Doug Gansler enjoys strong support in many regions of the state of Maryland in his quest to become Governor. Attorney General Thomas B. Finan…

Stalwart of the Dorsey Machine – Del. John Quade

Del. John William Quade, served in the Maryland House of Delegates, representing St. Mary’s County, as a Democrat, from 1978 to 1982. From Maryland Archives: Biography: Born in Oakley, Maryland,…

Old Politicos Never Die

Leonardtown Mayor Harry “Chip” Norris and Maryland Gov. Marvin Mandel, still practicing law. America’s best small town mayor, Chip Norris served for two decades improving the old town of Leonardtown,…

Sailing in September

These sailboats glide into Breton Bay from a day’s sail on the Potomac River.

Friday the 13th — Not lucky for District man

Why do officials allow liquor stores to fuel demand of winos & bums with mini liquor bottles?WASHINGTON, D.C. Sept. 14, 2013 — The weather was nice, rush hour was nearly…

Killing suspect’s capture on Friday the 13th brings justice to two victims in double murder

LAUREL (Sept. 14, 2013) — PG County Police report they have made an arrest in a double homicide. The suspect in a double murder in Laurel has been arrested. He’s…

Friday the 13th wasn’t lucky for motorist in Oxon Hill

September 14, 2013: According to PG County police, the victim in a fatal collision which took place early on Friday the 13 was identified as 30-year-old Bernido Lopez of the…