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  • Contraband slaves flocked to Yorktown

     Contraband slaves flocked to Yorktown
    Few people were prepared for the tide of runaway slaves that washed over the battered old port of Yorktown after Union troops occupied it in May 1862. Though the exodus began as a trickle, so many fugitive blacks fled into the fortified town that...
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  • Local churches participate in Gov. Scott's statewide day of prayer

    Local churches participate in Gov. Scott's statewide day of prayer
    In the wake of the George Zimmerman trial, some Central Floridians prayed on Sunday, though others questioned if more tangible action would be more appropriate. On Thursday, Gov. Rick Scott had called on Floridians to use the day to reflect. In a...
  • Sanford pastors praise progress after Trayvon Martin's death, George Zimmerman's acquittal

    Sanford pastors praise progress after Trayvon Martin's death, George Zimmerman's acquittal
    A group of black and white Sanford-area pastors united by the shooting death of Trayvon Martin reconvened Wednesday for a racial-reconciliation forum they hope will spread nationwide. They hope Sanford, which did not experience violence after the...
  • James R. 'Rudy' Ray Sr., 79

    James R. 'Rudy' Ray Sr., 79
    James R. "Rudy" Ray Sr., an automobile salesman whose personality and salesmanship made him a fixture at Park Circle Motor Co. in Northwest Baltimore for nearly two decades, died Tuesday at the Envoy Nursing Home in Pikesville. The Woodmoor resident...
  • Conversion campaign raises complaints among Jews

    Conversion campaign raises complaints among Jews
    A white van marked in burgundy with the name of a Glen Burnie Baptist church has been making the rounds in some area neighborhoods this summer with a controversial mission: seeking Jewish souls to save from the fires of eternal damnation. Many local...
  • In Theory: Is Christian prayer fair game at council meetings?

    The Obama administration has surprised its supporters and some in the Republican party by agreeing that town councils should be allowed to open meetings with a Christian prayer. Several towns across America have been taken to court and lost cases...
  • Peninsula Catholic sweeps Denbigh Baptist cross country invitational

    Peninsula Catholic boys and girls cross country teams won their races in the Denbigh Baptist Christian School Minutemen Invitational.  Peninsula Catholic girls placed first among three teams with 17 points. The Knights were led by Molly McKenna, who ran...
  • Woodbrook Baptist celebrates associate pastor's 25 years with church

    During 25 years of delivering sermons, Woodbrook Baptist Church's Associate Pastor Greg Cochran always included a message to the youngest congregants of the church about his own childhood in Six Mile, S.C. that included adventures with his friend,...
  • Tuesday's multi-sport high school roundup: Woodside passes Gloucester for overall Peninsula District golf lead

    Golf: Not only did Woodside win Tuesday's Peninsula District match, the Wolverines also passed Gloucester for the overall lead this season. On Newport News Golf Club’s Deer Run Course, Woodside finished at 340, Kecoughtan at 344 and third-...
  • 11:59 p.m. Tuesday UPDATE: High school results

    Golf PENINSULA DISTRICT MATCH NO. 6 Results from the Newport News Golf Club’s Deer Run Course: Team scores: 1. Woodside 340; 2. Kecoughtan 344; 3. Gloucester 357; 4. Warwick 358; 5. Menchville 366; T6. Phoebus 382, Denbigh 382; 8. Bethel 396; 9....