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  • Fair retires after 18-year tenure at Naval Academy

    Fair retires after 18-year tenure at Naval Academy
    Jeff Fair's office on the ground floor of Ricketts Hall speaks to a long, distinguished career as an athletic trainer within the world of Division I college football. Filling the book shelves are a library's worth of sports medicine books, a clear...
  • Coming Up: County Farmers Market opens April 4

    County Farmers Market opens April 4 The Anne Arundel County Farmers Market will open for the season on April 4 at the pavilion at the intersection of Riva Road at Harry S Truman Parkway near Parole. It will continue every Saturday from 7 a.m. to...
  • Indian Creek 7th grader wins indoor track title

    Lacey Eden, a seventh grader at Indian Creek School, won the National Indoor USATF 3,000 meter 14/13 indoor track title. Her time was 10 minutes, 46.06 seconds. She also finished second in the 1,500 meter competition with a time of 4.53.17. This summer...
  • Midshipman honored for rain barrel project

    Midshipman honored for rain barrel project
    A Naval Academy midshipman has been selected as a 2015 Clinton Global Initiative University Scholar for her environmental service project. Megan Rosenberger, 20, was chosen as one of 15 students, from over 500 applicants across the country, for the...
  • Don't believe us? Just watch! Naval Academy Aquatic Club makes 'Uptown Funk' video

    Don't believe us? Just watch! Naval Academy Aquatic Club makes 'Uptown Funk' video
    Members of the Naval Academy Aquatic Club wanted to do something to spice up the down time during the Sectional Championships held at Virginia Tech last weekend. It all began with Abigail Goodman, Emily Carella and Kristi Kirchoff brainstorming about...
  • 7 sailors charged with videotaping showering female officers

    The Navy has charged seven sailors in connection with the recording and sharing of videos that showed female officers and student trainees in stages of undress aboard a U.S. submarine. The Navy announced last year that it was investigating allegations...
  • Ravens opening up room for more fans to attend training camp

    Since the Ravens left McDaniel College in Westminster following the 2010 season and decided to hold training camp at their own facility in Owings Mills, team officials have been searching for ways to get their fans more exposure to summer workouts....
  • Jamestown beats Grafton 5-0 in battle of Bay Rivers District baseball favorites

    Jamestown beats Grafton 5-0 in battle of Bay Rivers District baseball favorites
    YORK — The Bay Rivers District baseball season opener between Jamestown and Grafton always figured to be a statement game. Not only are they two of the preseason district favorites, but the pitching matchup featuring North Carolina State-bound...
  • Turner to enter House race

    Turner to enter House race
    Ingrid M. Turner, a former chair of the Prince George's County Council, will announce Tuesday that she is running for the House seat that will be left open by Rep. Donna F. Edwards, a source close to the Democrat said on Sunday. Turner, 51, served in...
  • Names of 7 Marines killed in helicopter crash released

    Names of 7 Marines killed in helicopter crash released
    The Black Hawk helicopter that crashed in dense fog during a training mission in Florida was carrying seven special operations Marines forces based in North Carolina, along with four National Guard soldiers from Louisiana. All were killed. The Air Force...
  • Attorney Susan Burke rules out Senate run

    Attorney Susan Burke rules out Senate run
    Baltimore attorney Susan L. Burke, who rose to prominence battling the Department of Defense and its contractors in court, said in an email to supporters Saturday that she will not run for Sen. Barbara Mikulski's seat. Burke previously said she was...