Category Archives: Remember when

100 Airmen from Hill AFB placed flags on 5,646 graves at Utah Veterans Memorial Cemetery

Some Airmen brought their children to participate in the detail, giving them the chance to understand the importance of service. Chief Master Sgt. Carmelo Vega Martinez brought his daughter Frances.

Maryland State Police Beat / Hogan reopens door to Annapolis State Police Barrack closed by O’Malley

In reopening the barrack, Governor Hogan fulfilled a promise made during the 2015 legislative session, and reaffirmed the administration’s commitment to making sure that the Maryland State Police remains among the most effective, trusted, and respected police force in the United States. Earlier this year, Governor Hogan also budgeted for the State Police to hire 100 new troopers, 50 of whom are currently in training.

Gov. Hogan honors state employee who never took a sick day!

At a 1963 event celebrating the completion of a key element of the Eisenhower Interstate System, Hyman photographed President John F. Kennedy at the dedication of I-95 from the Baltimore Beltway to the Delaware line, just two weeks before the president was assassinated in Texas. At 79 years old, Hyman served nearly all his life as the photographer for the Maryland Department of Transportation’s State Highway Administration (SHA).

Last attack of WWII on a U. S. Navy Ship: USS Indianapolis survivors describe the event

Sailors tell their stories of survival after their ship was torpedoed and sank in the Pacific in 1945.

Murder USA: Lawrence William Fishman shot his father four times and fled

Lawrence William Fishman is wanted in connection with the murder of his father. On November 28, 1980, Fishman allegedly entered the home of his parents in Silver Spring, Maryland, and, after speaking briefly to them, shot his mother in the neck and his father in the back. His father, who was shot four times, died at the scene and his mother recovered from her wounds. After the crime, Fishman went to Virginia where he allegedly disposed of the murder weapon and then disappeared. After a local arrest warrant was issued charging Fishman with murder, a complaint was filed in the United States District Court for the District of Maryland, Baltimore, Maryland, on January 5, 1981, charging Fishman with unlawful flight to avoid prosecution.

Judge Cougar Audrey Creighton leaves the bench while her burglar boy-toy lover cools his heels in prison

Senning had multiple criminal convictions including stealing guns and burglary prior to becoming the Judge’s live-in lover. Given all the information available to the Judicial Panel investigating her, it might be safe to assume — and that is all the public can do — the Maryland Judicial Disabilities Commission could have stripped her of her post. By resigning, she will be able to be referred to has “Judge Creighton” and can continue to practice law.