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  • Charles Co. Residents Encouraged to Participate in County Cleanup Effort on May 22 April 23, 2021
    La Plata, MD- The Charles County Department of Public Works, the Charles County Sheriff’s Office, and the Charles County Department of Recreation, Parks, and Tourism encourages residents to make a difference in Charles County by organizing or participating in a community cleanup on Saturday, May 22 from 8 a.m. to noon.  Clean-up events may be […]
    Charles County Public Information Office
  • No Arm Left Behind: State of Maryland Continues to Expand Walk-Up, No-Appointment Vaccinations April 23, 2021
    ANNAPOLIS, MD—The State of Maryland is expanding opportunities to get vaccinated without an appointment at certain mass vaccination sites. Walk-up vaccinations are currently open to all eligible Marylanders at these locations: M&T Bank Stadium (Pfizer)1101 Russell St.Baltimore, MD 21230Monday-Sunday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.* Baltimore Convention Center Field Hospital (Pfizer)1 W Pratt St.Baltimore, MD 21201Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-2 p.m.NOTE: […]
    Office of Governor Larry Hogan
  • St. Mary’s Commissioners Approve Relief Fund to Support Nonprofit Organizations Impacted by COVID-19 April 23, 2021
    LEONARDTOWN, MD – On Tuesday, April 20, 2021, the Commissioners approved the St. Mary’s County Nonprofit Relief Fund. St. Mary’s County recognizes that the COVID-19 pandemic has caused economic hardship for many nonprofits. To provide local relief from this hardship, St. Mary’s County has activated the Nonprofit Relief Fund for entities in all categories of IRS 501(c) designation […]
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  • Citizens Asked to Report Local Flooding Through MyCoast App April 23, 2021
    PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. – April 22, 2021 – If April showers bring flooding issues, the Department of Planning & Zoning encourages residents to report it using the MyCoast Maryland app to show how floodwaters are impacting communities throughout Calvert County.  “Flooding is the most prevalent natural hazard in Maryland and we are experiencing more of it […]
    Calvert County Public Information Office
  • Maryland music venues struggle to stay afloat April 23, 2021
    Independent music venues continue to struggle financially to survive while in the midst of Maryland’s lifted pandemic restrictions and vaccine accessibility. Tecla Tesnau, owner of Baltimore’s indie-rock club Ottobar, said she remembers when she thought the pandemic was only going to last two weeks. “It was all of a sudden, we just ran into this […]
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  • USM to mandate vaccines for students, faculty and staff April 23, 2021
    All University System of Maryland campuses will require students, staff and faculty to be vaccinated against the coronavirus for the fall 2021 semester, system Chancellor Jay Perman announced during a special Board of Regents meeting Friday morning. The system will grant exemptions for medical or religious reasons, as required by federal and state laws. Perman, who has been working […]
    Johanna Alonso
  • Ethical public relations is not an oxymoron April 23, 2021
    Public relations is an import part of any organization’s marketing strategy. In fact, PR professionals help organizational leaders maintain an ethical mindset. There are constant issues that corporations and non- profits need to address and a capable PR person can serve as a sounding board and help significantly if included in strategic discussions early on, […]
    Glenda LeGendre
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    Daily Record Staff
  • Editorial Advisory Board: A modern juvenile justice system April 22, 2021
    In a legislative session that is surely among the most consequential in a generation, the Maryland General Assembly has enacted into law bills that will transform life in Maryland in more ways than can be easily counted. Not least among those profound changes in law is the extraordinary transformation of the manner in which our […]
    Editorial Advisory Board
  • Gun sales booming in Maryland, data shows April 22, 2021
    From 2019 to 2020, the number of approved applications for Maryland civilians licensed to buy or own a regulated firearm more than doubled, according to data obtained from a public records request. In 2019, 47,093 total requests were approved for civilians in the state, while that number rose to 95,502 in 2020, marking a substantial […]
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  • St. Mary’s County April 20, 2021 Commissioner Meeting Rollup April 23, 2021
    The Commissioners of St. Mary’s County held their regular business meeting Tuesday, April 20, 2021, in the Chesapeake Building in Leonardtown. The Commissioners recognized important milestones and initiatives by presenting Proclamations for National Public Library Week, National Child Abuse Prevention Month, National Fair Housing Month, Administrative Professionals Month and National County Government Month. At 9:15, […]
  • UPDATE: Maryland State Police Continues to Investigate Discovery of Body in Prince George’s County April 23, 2021
    UPDATE 4/20/2021: Maryland State Police are continuing to investigate the discovery of a body found last month in Prince George’s County. Shortly after 7:35 a.m. on March 13, 2021, troopers from the Maryland State Police Forestville Barrack responded to the area of Route 4 at Dowerhouse Road for the discovery of a body. According to […]
  • Waldorf Man Charged with Illegal Possession of a Firearm April 22, 2021
    On April 21, 2021, members of the Firearms Investigation Unit, with the assistance of the Emergency Services Team from the Charles County Sheriff’s Office, served two search warrants related to an on-going firearms investigation. During one of the searches, detectives recovered a loaded firearm and ammunition inside the residence. The subject of the investigation, Andre […]
  • Cruise Aboard the Historic Wm. B. Tennison April 22, 2021
    Enjoy specialty cruises aboard the historic Wm. B. Tennison departing from the Calvert Marine Museum. Built in 1899, the Tennison is the only Coast Guard licensed log-hulled, passenger-carrying vessel in the United States. The vessel served as an oyster buyboat until 1978 and has been designated a National Historic landmark. All specialty cruises are open […]
  • Local Author, Meredith Johnson, Announces the Publication of Her Children’s Book – Just Momma April 22, 2021
    Local author, Meredith Johnson, announces the publication of her children’s book Just Momma. Meredith is a self-published children’s author who loves to encourage kids to use their imaginations. In this vividly imaginative book, she does just that. Just Momma is the story of two brothers named Ethan and Tyler who love to pretend. By putting […]
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