Judge Cantrell will appear before a Maryland District Court Judge on Aug. 16, 2017, in Prince Frederick to explain his arrest for driving while impaired in Maryland.
Aerial tour of snow-covered Southern Maryland via drone
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Cap’n Larry Jarboe: Friday fishing in the Patuxent River
Since the targeted enforcement program was launched last May, SPIDRE teams have made 6,384 traffic stops resulting in 1,052 Driving Under the Influence (DUI) arrests and 211 criminal arrests. Funded by the Maryland Department of Transportation’s Highway Safety Office, SPIDRE focuses on reducing alcohol related crashes in Maryland by targeting areas across the state with high crash rates involving impaired drivers.
Calvert Marina gets kudos from visitors; cites friendly staff and low rates for transients
It’s hard to imagine that there are likely 100 million people who live within a four hour drive of the middle of the Potomac River. One can travel for an hour on the Potomac and if its late afternoon on a Sunday, nary a vessel will pass.
The huge advantage for Baltimore or New York passengers is not to have to fly to Florida and be concerned by TSA groping at security screening as well as airline delays, cramped seats and long lines.
I am not complaining, but in the beginning the idea of singlehanded gunk holing never occurred to me.
By Cap’n Larry Jarboe THE CHESAPEAKE While cruising by car on a weekday lunch trip through Solomons, I saw a boatload of happy anglers from …