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  • Around Broadneck: Of fairy shrimp and peepers – the vernal pools of Corcoran Woods

    Around Broadneck: Of fairy shrimp and peepers – the vernal pools of Corcoran Woods
    When Anne Arundel Community College professor Susan Lamont takes a stroll in Corcoran Woods, it is no casual jaunt. The professor, a member of the biology department, pulls on a pair of sterilized, heavy-duty knee-high rubber boots. Accompanied by...
  • Small senior class makes big impact for Navy lacrosse

    Small senior class makes big impact for Navy lacrosse
    Significant production from a strong group of plebes, and the dramatic improvement of numerous returning players, are the main reasons cited for the turnaround of the Navy men's lacrosse program. However, the steady leadership of a small group of...
  • Navy officer admits taking bribes; eighth defendant to plead guilty

    Navy officer admits taking bribes; eighth defendant to plead guilty
    A Navy officer Wednesday admitted taking bribes to leak classified information -- the eighth defendant to plead guilty in a scandal involving ships in the Asia-Pacific region. Lt. Cmdr. Todd Dale Malaki admitted that he was given cash, hotel...
  • Are the Capitals ready to 'raise their flag'?

    Are the Capitals ready to 'raise their flag'?
    The background photograph on Barry Trotz's laptop matches one on a shelf over his desk, next to a folded American flag. The picture was taken in early October, near the end of his first training camp coaching the Washington Capitals, long before they...
  • Outgoing Naval Academy commandant promoted to rear admiral

    Outgoing Naval Academy Commandant Capt. William Byrne Jr. has been appointed to the rank of rear admiral, the Department of Defense announced Tuesday. Byrne and 29 other officers have been appointed for promotion by Secretary of Defense Ash Carter....
  • Navy cancels final three practices of spring football camp

    Most Division I football coaches would never willingly giving up an NCAA-approved practice opportunity. However, most Division I coaches don't work at an institution like the Naval Academy, where the mission is about more than football. Ken...
  • International military competition planned at West Point

    West Point is hosting an international military competition. More than 500 cadets from military academies and universities around the world were expected to take part Saturday in the 49th annual Sandhurst Military Skills Competition. Teams involved in...
  • Area weekend events, April 17-19

    Area weekend events, April 17-19
    A look at events and activities this weekend in Annapolis and Anne Arundel County. Friday, April 17 Bay bridge boat show, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., Bay Bridge Marina, 357 Pier 1 Road, Stevensville. http://www.annapolisboatshows.com/bay-bridge-boat-show....
  • Students, teachers say AP summer program cut would mean lost opportunity

    Students, teachers say AP summer program cut would mean lost opportunity
    For the past three years, while their peers were sleeping in or on vacation, teenagers from across Baltimore have converged on Digital Harbor High School with a common goal: to challenge themselves. The students, members of the Advanced Placement...
  • Lacrosse Q&A with CBS Sports Network's Evan Washburn

    Lacrosse Q&A with CBS Sports Network's Evan Washburn
    CBS Sports Network men’s lacrosse analyst Evan Washburn provided commentary on No. 19 Navy’s 10-7 victory over Patriot League rival Army on Saturday. Washburn, a former defenseman for Delaware, will cover Saturday’s game between No. 6...
  • Guest column: Let's celebrate National Library Week

    Guest column: Let's celebrate National Library Week
    Sunday marked the beginning of National Library Week, a time dedicated to recognizing the impact of libraries on our community and the commitment of library workers who pour their hearts and souls into bringing you the best possible services, programs and...