NO LOOTING ZONE – Home owners were well-armed to deal with the few looters who arrived to take advantage of the plight of others.Continue Reading
DENTON, MD. — Heroin, the home wrecker, the heart-stopper, the black ice. For some, the final door to hell.
Maryland officials are scrambling statewide to find a way to reduce heroin use and the crescendo of overdose deaths linked to heroin and to that of a new/old synthetic drug called Molly, which killed two young people at a traveling dope show held last weekend at the Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Md.
One particularly dangerous version of the toxic drug is a fentanyl-laced heroin.
Heroin was once the province of junkies in the inner city — desperate and degraded, shooting up in alleys and tenements of major cities.Continue Reading
Since the working, fishing, music making portions of our lives left little time for practice sessions, Ralph and I came up with a plan to work out our sets and teach Tony consistent timing.
Ralph flipped on the cassette player in the cabin. Tall lanky Tony started drumming on the engine box. I tossed my mesh bag holding a frozen block of chum overboard. Ralph and I baited up and threw our lines out while I flipped fresh chum from the five gallon bucket. Tony sang a song, then Ralph, back to Tony, then my word or two, and back to Tony.
Most sane fishermen would figure that there is no way we could catch a fish with all that cacophony taking place. Though their ears cannot be seen externally, fish have internal ear bones in their skull which hear amplified vibrations from their air bladder. Also, fish have a lateral line along their side that picks up vibrations in the water. During my years running party boat snapper night fishing trips in the Keys, I discovered that the hum of a genset produced more fish than running the night lights from the battery bank. Mixing a steady sound with an abundant flowing food source is actually a recipe for some very good fish catches if applied properly.Continue Reading
The monthly print edition of THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY can now be found on newsstands all over Maryland. Reaching far beyond the Southern Maryland region, look for THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY in major stores in Prince Georges County, Anne Arundel County, Baltimore County, Queen Anne County, Talbot County, Worcester and Wicomico on Maryland’s Eastern Shore as well as in Delaware. The print edition will soon be distributed in Northern Neck Virginia as well. Advertisers may reach Larry Jarboe at 240-298-5253 or Ken Rossignol at 301-535-8624.Continue Reading
The Board of Education of St. Mary’s County announces that Dr. Michael J. Martirano, Superintendent of Schools, has accepted an offer to serve as the State Superintendent of Schools for the State of West Virginia, and will be departing from his position as Superintendent of the St. Mary’s County Public Schools effective this fall. Dr. Martirano has served as Superintendent of Schools for St. Mary’s County since July 2005, which makes him the longest serving superintendent in St. Mary’s County since 1978, and the longest current serving superintendent in the State of Maryland. During his tenure, Dr. Martirano has led the following academic achievements:Continue Reading
Ridge, Maryland – On March 13, 2014, Corporal D. Corcoran responded to a residence in the 13000 block of Point Lookout Road in response to an animal cruelty complaint. The investigation revealed suspect Kenneth Allen Woodburn, 29, of Ridge, shot a neighbor’s dog on March 13, 2014 twice. The dog was allegedly not on Woodburn’s […]Continue Reading
LEXINGTON PARK, MD. — St. Mary’s Sheriff Tim Cameron, who has provided effective law enforcement for years, apparently must have his reasons to keep this crime secret. This is his report which shows that he must not need the assistance of the public nor wants to let anyone know that a serious crime took place […]Continue Reading
Families living broken heating system in dilapidated rental units owned by prominent family By Ken Rossignol THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY RIDGE, MD. It has been years since the neighbors of the old Southridge bar mounted a strong protest against the operator who was renting the once-popular restaurant and lounge and his concerts. The community outcry brought […]Continue Reading
By Cap’n Larry Jarboe Editor THE CHESAPEAKE The best way to guarantee catching a trophy rockfish is to fish with a pro. The price for a six passenger charter boat is usually around six hundred bucks. How can a single buck insure that you have one or more big fish to brag about with pictures […]Continue Reading