Nana Frimpong, an African jazz recording artist with multi-instrumental talents, expresses the love and spirituality he has for his homeland, Ghana, through his public concerts and personal teachings of students twice weekly during a class entitled “All Ages Drumming with Nana” in a small st…
Maryland Lt. Gov. Boyd Rutherford recognized volunteerism at the second annual Black History Month Community Leaders Awards on Thursday. Service organizations and volunteers from Calvert, Charles and Prince George's counties were among the honorees at the Banneker-Douglass Museum in Annapolis.
The U.S. Air Force Concert Band and guest trumpeter Allen Vizzutti performed the Guest Artist Series at the Rachel M. Schlesinger Concert Hall Jan. 24 in Alexandria, Va. Col. Don Schofield, Air Force Band commander, conducted the band during his first concert performance as commander. Vizzut…
Maryland State Police is investigating a collision in which one person died Saturday evening in Prince George’s County. A North Beach woman was among those injured.
The Defense Department unveiled the DOD Cloud Initiative earlier this month that will move its computing and storage functions to the cloud, the department’s chief information officer said.
Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh (D) joined 30 other state attorneys general in a letter sent to the Federal Trade Commission Feb. 10 urging the FTC to continue its Identity Theft Rules, originally adopted in November 2007. The letter cites the proliferation of identity theft in many…
More than 40 U.S. Air Force civic leaders visited Washington, D.C., Jan. 29-31, for a civic leader conference with the Air Force’s most senior leaders.
Maryland Attorney General Brian E. Frosh (D) announced Feb. 13 that Thurman Rufus Watson, 74, of Oxon Hill was sentenced by Prince George’s County Circuit Court Judge Tiffany Anderson to 20 years incarceration for sexual offense in the second degree, suspending all but eight years, to be fol…
Thomas Daniel Hawks, 27, of White Plains has been charged with three counts of vehicular manslaughter and other related charges following a fatal crash that occurred on Dec. 30 involving three siblings on Indian Head Highway in Prince George’s County.
A Brandywine man pleaded guilty Monday in circuit court to charges of armed robbery and use of a firearm in commission of a felony related to theft of $157 from the Dunkirk FaStop on Aug. 31, 2018.
Davies Memorial Unitarian Universalist Church is teaming up with The Interfaith Council of Suburban Maryland to present an interfaith dialogue on the topic of “Beyond Mere Tolerance and Toward Mutual Respect.” The dialogue begins at 1:30 p.m. on Sunday, Feb. 24, in the Davies sanctuary at 74…
A seat decked out in patriotic colors and a fur coat, a scholarship endowment in her name, an award given and several proclamations were provided to the late Air Force Maj. Gen. Marcelite J. Harris when she was laid to rest at Arlington National Cemetery Feb. 7.
Pledging to continue serving as an independent voice for Maryland taxpayers, small businesses and often-sidelined communities, Comptroller Peter Franchot took the oath of office Monday to begin his fourth term as Maryland's 33rd comptroller, according to a press release.
Gov. Larry Hogan met with members of the Legislative Black Caucus of Maryland on Thursday to discuss a settlement to a long-running dispute over the state’s treatment of its historically black colleges, as well as other priorities of the caucus this legislative session.
People from around the world have witnessed the magnificent blue and white Boeing 747 aircraft with the president’s seal land and depart from Joint Base Andrews. Known as Air Force One once the president steps on board, the aircraft is supported by the Presidential Airlift Group, and only a …
Sunday evening marked the second night of live racing at the Rosecroft Raceway 2019 winter-spring meet as the Maryland five-eighths mile harness racing oval kicked off its 70th anniversary season only days after the New England Patriots captured their sixth Super Bowl title.
At his fifth State of the State address, Gov. Larry Hogan on last week pushed for bipartisan support from the Democratic-controlled legislature on his initiatives regarding taxes, health care, education, transportation, redistricting, violent crime and the environment.
Most service members and their families will see a reduction in their tax bills this year, but there are a number of changes in U.S. federal tax laws that they need to be aware of, said Army Lt. Col. Dave Dulaney, the executive director of the Pentagon’s Armed Forces Tax Council.
Members from Joint Base Andrews joined Brandywine Township officials and Maryland Department of the Environment representatives for the official Brandywine Environmental “Flip the Switch” ceremony Jan. 31 in Brandywine.
It was a sunny, yet brisk day, as plungers stormed the beach at Sandy Point State Park to support the 22nd annual Maryland State Police Polar Bear Plunge for Special Olympics on Jan. 26.