This saga is the voice of the victims. The story of the social justice warriors, innocence project champions, and the misunderstood criminals who were products of their environment is well told and documented. There are few chances, perhaps none, for …

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The truck that delivered the News By Ken Rossignol Photos of early delivery trucks used by Washington, D. C. newspapers in the early twentieth century assist in telling the story of how readers were able to get their news. The …

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REUNION OBITUARIES Every year there were fewer members of the Class of ’65 at the occasional reunion. Death came in the form of war, auto crashes, overdoses, disease, and sometimes from walking under ladders while a black cat ran across …

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Old Choptank River bridge retained as the Bill Burton Fishing Pier

SPAN WOULD BRIDGE THE CHESAPEAKE Maryland Governor Emerson Harrington appointed a study committee in 1918, as shown in the article below from a Snow Hill, Maryland newspaper – the DEMOCRAT MESSENGER. The ferry above transited the Chesapeake Bay until 1952 …

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A perfect day for whale watching on the Pacific from the Zaandam aft deck. THE PRIVATEER CLAUSE photo

FROM CREWCENTER.COM Dear Friends, with deep sorrow we would like to inform you that a fellow crew member who tested positive for the novel coronavirus has passed away. Our hearts are saddened of the passing of the Costa Favolosa security …

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By Ken Rossignol’ An oft-quoted phrase to describe changing views on political concerns is this: “If you’re not a liberal at 20, you have no heart. If you’re not a conservative at 40, you have no brain.” While the quote …

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