I moved back to Chesapeake City three years ago after having previously resided here for 20 years. In the past, I owned the Canal Creamery and was a member of the Scenic Byways Corridor Management Plan — I understand Cecil County did not pass the plan. I also had the opportunity to be president of the Merchants Association and of the Tourism Board.
Despite the best efforts of the U.S. Naval Academy’s “Fighting 46” fire department and local wildlife rehabilitators, a fledgling osprey has died after becoming entangled in fishing line and snared in a tree in Anne Arundel County.
WASHINGTON — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, in his stunning acquiescence last week to President Trump's wish that Israel bar entry to two Democratic members of Congress, shows he has no qualms with interfering in U.S. politics.
WASHINGTON — Because of the investigation led by three University of South Florida researchers, and because of exemplary journalism by the Tampa Bay Times, we now have an intensely discomforting but welcome enrichment of American literature. It requires artistry to write beautifully about children suffering at the hands of evil men, and from the riveting first sentence of his slender new novel "The Nickel Boys" — "Even in death the boys were trouble" — Colson Whitehead's prose unfurls with controlled fury as he reimagines life at what was the Arthur G. Dozier School for Boys in Mariann…
WASHINGTON — President Trump knows his re-election depends heavily on a healthy economy. At a recent New Hampshire rally, he warned supporters that markets would crash and their savings would go “down the tubes” if he failed to win a second term. “You have no choice but to vote for me,” he thundered.
LITTLE ROCK — I have this odd, puritanical quirk. I don’t think people should run for president by pitching racially inflammatory fables to voters. Republicans or Democrats.
WASHINGTON — There will be much to learn in Inspector General Michael Horowitz's upcoming report on the Trump-Russia investigation, but most of it will likely boil down to just two questions: One, how much did the Obama Justice Department spy on the Trump campaign? And two, was it justified?
GRAND RAPIDS, Michigan — It is difficult to discourage and impossible to manage Justin Amash because he, unusual among politicians, does not want much and wants nothing inordinately. He would like to win a sixth term as congressman from this culturally distinctive slice of the Midwest. He does not, however, want it enough to remain in today's Republican Party, which he has left because that neighborhood has become blighted. Amash, 39, a founding member of the House Freedom Caucus, also has left that once-admirable faction because he does not define freedom as it now does, as devotion t…
Recognition and kudos to State Sen. Steve Hershey (R-Upper Shore) for stepping up and acknowledging that we must forget partisan rhetoric and take on the security and safety crisis that has arisen for all of us due to mass attacks by active shooters.
WASHINGTON — President Trump blamed racism and white supremacy last week for the mass slaying of at least 22 people at a shopping center in El Paso, Texas.
WASHINGTON — Here are the ages that the top presidential candidates will be on Inauguration Day, 2021: Bernie Sanders, 79; Joe Biden, 78; Donald Trump, 74; and Elizabeth Warren, 71.
WASHINGTON — After two horrific mass shootings, we come together as a nation to confront an urgent question: How are we going to keep Wayne LaPierre safe?