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  • Chesapeake Bay watermen turn tour guides, give a look into life on the water

    Maryland’s watermen are finding another way to supplement their incomes while continuing a way of life that goes back generations for many: Up to 120 watermen and their families have signed up to act as tour guides.

  • Atlantic League

    Freedom Division W L Pct. GB Southern Maryland 40 28 .588 — Sugar Land 37 32 .536 3½ Lancaster 27 41 .397 13 York 24 44 .353 16 Liberty Division W L Pct. GB Somerset…

  • Atlantic League

    Freedom Division W L Pct. GB Southern Maryland 40 27 .597 — Sugar Land 36 32 .529 4½ Lancaster 27 41 .397 13½ York 24 44 .353 16½ Liberty Division W L Pct. GB Somerset…

  • Atlantic League

    Freedom Division W L Pct. GB Southern Maryland 40 27 .597 — Sugar Land 36 32 .529 4½ Lancaster 27 41 .397 13½ York 23 44 .343 17 Liberty Division W L Pct. GB Somerset…

  • Atlantic League

    Freedom Division W L Pct. GB Southern Maryland 40 27 .597 — Sugar Land 36 32 .529 4½ Lancaster 27 41 .397 13½ York 23 44 .343 17 Liberty Division W L Pct. GB Somerset…

  • Smithsonian National Air & Space Museum in for major renovation

    WASHINGTON — The Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum is in for a big change — starting in three years, the entire facade will be under construction. Most visitors have seen the IMAX movie “To Fly” a dozen…

  • Police and Fire Games pause to honor cyclist

    WASHINGTON — The World Police and Fire Games held moments of silence before a number of final medal events Friday in honor of the Brazilian cyclist who died Thursday afternoon after crashing during the competition.…

  • A vintage fire truck is lovingly preserved

    People love to sell things on the side of the road in our region, and we found something unusual: A big, red vintage fire truck parked along a Calvert County road with a “For Sale” sign stuck in the front window.

  • A T-shirt tribute to area victims of gun violence

    A temporary display at 15th Street Presbyterian Church pays tribute to the victims of gun violence in the area.

  • Sheriff’s office: Woman gave kids marijuana at party

    LEXINGTON PARK, Md. (AP) — Authorities in southern Maryland say a woman gave marijuana to children at a birthday party and tried to teach a 6-year-old how to smoke. The St. Mary’s County Sheriff’s Office…

  • Charities fund new, high-tech house for injured Marine (Photos)

    LOVETTSVILLE, Va. — A battle-wounded Marine who was burned on more than half of his body in Iraq now has a special new home. The Semper Fi Fund and Tunnels to Towers charities teamed up…

  • Jefferson’s iconic U.Va. Rotunda amid $58 million face-lift

    CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (AP) — Thomas Jefferson’s Rotunda at the University of Virginia is ensnared in a spider’s web of scaffolding these days, the focus of a $58.3 million renovation of the World Heritage Site. The…

  • Baltimore police: Boy, 15, fatally stabbed

    BALTIMORE (AP) — Police in Baltimore say a 15-year-old boy has been fatally stabbed. Officers were called to the 3700 block of Rogers Avenue on Thursday night for a report of a stabbing. When officers…

  • Express Lanes travel pattern changed for July 4

    WASHINGTON — Drivers using the 95 Express Lanes should expect a different pattern on the Fourth of July to accommodate the fireworks on the National Mall and the Foo Fighters concert at RFK Stadium. Instead…

  • Search for Hoggle children continues as missing boy turns 3

    WASHINGTON — A child’s birthday is a time of joy for families. But for Troy Turner, of Clarksburg, Maryland, it’s a tough day to get through. His youngest son, Jacob Hoggle, is turning 3 years…