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  • 'Keep calm and croquet on': Mids, Johnnies ready to battle for bragging rights

    'Keep calm and croquet on': Mids, Johnnies ready to battle for bragging rights
    Four years ago, Eric Bermudez, 22, of Topsfield, Mass., had "no idea" croquet existed. Inducted into the U.S. Naval Academy as a member of the Class of 2015, Bermudez quickly learned about the genteel sport when he was randomly selected for USNA's...
  • Iran can show good faith in nuclear deal by freeing American captives

    Iran can show good faith in nuclear deal by freeing American captives
    The headline for a recent Times editorial called critics of the Obama administration's framework for a nuclear deal with Iran who raise questions not directly related to the nuclear issue itself "off-base." Of course, no rational analysis would conclude...
  • Top Billing: A lavish party, fashion show and croquet in Annapolis

    A lavish party, fashion show and croquet It's a lavish lawn party, a fashion show and even a little friendly competition between college students. It's the 33rd annual Annapolis Cup, a croquet match between the Johnnies at St. John's College and the...
  • Our say: Editor's notebook: The mallets are out, other topics

     Our say: Editor's notebook: The mallets are out, other topics
    THE MALLETS OF APRIL — Curious but true: The Navy has been defending this country for more than 30 years now without being able to establish consistent dominance on the croquet court over a liberal arts college whose students usually get no more...
  • 80-year-old coach has Navy club lacrosse team in fine form

    80-year-old coach has Navy club lacrosse team in fine form
    Larry Goldstein says practice was the favorite part of his day when he played lacrosse at Navy in the 1950s. Nearly 60 years later, it's still the favorite part of his day, but for much different reasons. "I used to look forward to going to practice...
  • Club Notes: For week of April 17

    EDITOR'S NOTE: Club information is printed free for local nonprofit activities weekly. Submit information two weeks in advance; all items run, space permitting. Submit by: Email: commnews@capgaznews.com. Mail: Community News, The Capital, 888 Bestgate...
  • 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...
  • Coming Up: 13th annual Annapolis Book Festival

    13th annual Annapolis Book Festival Nationally renowned authors will be on hand for the 13th annual Annapolis Book Festival, which will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. April 25 at The Key School, 534 Hillsmere Drive. The free festival includes music,...
  • 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...