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Redevelopment Of Benedict Maryland Opposed By Benedict Heritage Preservation Society
BENEDICT, Md. – Benedict, Maryland may soon be undergoing redevelopment. According to Charles County Economic Development Department “Because of its strong historical themes, regional location, and abundant waterfront, in 2012, Charles County completed the Benedict Waterfront Village Revitalization Plan, a community-based vision for the future of Benedict that includes improved water access and amenities, infill, redevelopment opportunities, and planned sewer service improvements.”
28-Year-Old Killed After Vehicle Hits Parked Car In Prince George’s County
LANDOVER, Md. – The Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Unit is investigating a fatal crash that took place Sunday evening in Landover. The deceased driver is 28-year-old Jibrell Moore of Capitol Heights. On March 19, 2023, at approximately 6:55 pm, officers responded to the 1000 block of Hill Road for...
Calvert County teen reported missing since Friday
PRINCE FREDERICK, MD – A 17-year-old male juvenile has been reported missing in Prince Frederick. Police are now asking the public to assist in locating him. The Calvert County Sheriff’s Office is seeking the whereabouts of a missing juvenile, Khiantae Rai’Vaughn-Marquez Robinson, pictured below. Khiantae is a 17-year-old male, approximately 5 feet 7 inches tall and weighs between 180-200 lbs. Khiantae was last seen in Prince Frederick, around 1030 a.m. on Friday, March 17, 2023. He was last wearing a gray hoodie, light blue jeans, and white Nike Air Force One shoes. Anyone with information on Khiantae’s whereabouts is asked The post Calvert County teen reported missing since Friday appeared first on Shore News Network.
Dachshund taken from Prince George’s County porch reunited with family
A dog taken from its owner’s porch in Prince George’s County, Maryland, is now back with its family. Prince George’s County police released video of a woman who appeared to have taken Canela, a 5-year-old female dachshund, from a house on the 6200 block of Foster Street in District Heights on the morning of March 6.
NSWC Indian Head Division Returns To Charles County HITS Expo
INDIAN HEAD, Md. – The winds outside howled on a chilly Saturday, as the first attendees to the seventh annual History, Industry, Technology, and Science (HITS) Expo trickled into St. Charles High School in Waldorf, Maryland, March 11. Things would soon heat up however, as students and parents alike flooded the event, and encircled the Naval Surface Warfare Center Indian Head Division’s (NSWC IHD) booth to learn about the technologies supported by the command.
The BayNet Weekly Newscast Is Here!
CALIFORNIA, Md. – Here’s the first ever BayNet Weekly News! Every week we will provide you with a short and informative weekly news recap surrounding interesting and important topics in Southern Maryland!. Down below are the articles covered this week:. Contact our news desk at email@example.com.
Man dies in early morning shooting in District Heights
DISTRICT HEIGHTS, Md. - A man is dead after an early morning shooting in Prince George's County. Authorities say they responded to the 6200 block of Alpine Street in District Heights around 2:10 a.m. Monday where they found a man outside suffering from gunshot wounds. Police say the man died...
Local Leaders Express Concerns About Charlotte Hall Veterans Home
CHARLOTTE HALL, Md. – Since 1985, the Charlotte Hall Veterans Home has provided nursing care to many veterans and their spouses. Since 2002, the facility has been managed by South Carolina-based company HMR. In 2016, the company signed an eight-year deal with the state for approximately $341.7 million. However,...
Prince George’s Co. proposal would provide basic income assistance to low-income families, elderly
BOWIE, Md. - Financial relief could be in the works for people who live at or below the poverty line in Prince George's County following a proposal for a pilot program to help residents take care of their basic needs. FOX 5's Ayesha Khan says the proposal is a 'no...
Bicyclist Flown Out After Struck By Vehicle In California
CALIFORNIA, Md. – On March 20, at approximately 2:33 p.m., police, fire and rescue personnel responded to a motor vehicle accident involving a pedestrian at the intersection of Three Notch Road and Chancellor’s Run Road. Crews arrived and found a bicyclist unconscious in the roadway suffering from multiple...
Charlotte Hall Family Displaced After Home Destroyed By Fire
CHARLOTTE HALL, Md. – On March 16, at approximately 11:57 p.m., police, fire and rescue personnel responded to a fire alarm in the 30000 block of Gershwin Road. While enroute St. Mary’s Communications received updated information for a structure fire at the same location. The homeowner was alerted...
Driver Injured After Head-On Collision In Hughesville
WHITE PLAINS, Md. – On March 11, at approximately 12:10 a.m., police, fire and rescue personnel responded to a serious motor vehicle accident in the 16000 block of Prince Frederick Road. Crews arrived and found two vehicles involved in a head-on collision with no entrapment. One driver was reportedly...
White Plains Native Serves With U.S. Navy
SAN DIEGO, Ca. – Seaman Isiah Harley, a native of White Plains, Maryland, serves the U.S. Navy with Naval Base Point Loma. Harley, a 2018 Henry E. Lackey High School graduate, joined the Navy one year ago. “I wanted to serve my country and do something that I could...
California town engulfed in floodwater. But residents fear what will happen if they flee
A California town is engulfed in floodwater, but residents fear what will happen if they flee.
One Occupant Flown Out After Single Vehicle Crash
CLEMENTS, Md – On Sunday March 19, 2023 at approximately 3:35 a.m., first responders were called to a scene in the area of Colton Point Rd in Clements for reports that a single vehicle had gone off the roadway. Upon arrival, crews discovered there was only one occupant involved.
CCSO Hosts Advanced Roadside Impaired Driving Enforcement (ARIDE) Training
WALDORF, Md. – As part of continued efforts to keep Charles County’s roadways safe as well as provide advanced training opportunities for officers, the Charles County Sheriff’s Office hosted a training on March 3 and 4 which focused on enhanced techniques for identifying people driving under the influence of drugs.
Lift Off! CCPS Early Learning Launch Set For April 15
LA PLATA, Md. – Charles County Public Schools (CCPS) is hosting an Early Learning Launch event 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, April 15, at La Plata High School. The event will provide resources for families with children ages 5 years and younger. There will be school readiness activities for parents and children including resources from community partners and a tour of a school bus.
RECAP: Fatal And Serious Vehicle Accidents Continue In Southern Maryland
CALIFORNIA, Md. – Another week of many serious motor vehicle accidents in southern Maryland, some of which were fatal or serious injuries. Here is a brief overview of some recent incidents:. On March 11, at approximately 12:10 a.m., two vehicles crashed head-on in the 16000 block of Prince Frederick...
Patrol Officer Recovers Loaded Firearm During Traffic Stop In Waldorf
WALDORF, Md. – On March 14 at 9:14 p.m., a patrol officer initiated a traffic stop on St. Charles Parkway and Gallery Place in Waldorf after observing a traffic violation. Upon approaching the vehicle, the officer detected a strong odor of burnt marijuana and raw marijuana. Further investigation revealed the driver was in possession of marijuana and a loaded firearm which was not registered.
Spread Your Leaves For Native Trees
PRINCE FREDERICK, Md. – The Calvert County Department of Planning & Zoning announces a new “Spread Your Leaves” program to help residents expand forested areas in Calvert County by planting native trees on their property. Now through Oct. 31, residents can obtain coupons to purchase native trees at a discount from participating nurseries.
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