February 2017

Kasem Cares Visitation Bill; Or More Government Intrusion?

House Bill 1165, sponsored by Delegate Sid Saab (R, Dist. 33, Anne Arundel County), makes a guardian of a disabled person inform the person’s family if the person has been hospitalized for three or more days or has died. It also requires the guardian to notify family [...]

Calvert County to Kick Off 5th Annual Restaurant Week

Calvert County’s eclectic restaurants will showcase their creative cookery and offer delicious and budget-friendly deals during the fifth annual Restaurant Week Feb. 17-26. Coordinated by the Calvert County Department of Economic Development, Calvert County Restaurant [...]

Parks and Rec Announces Job Fairs Expansion

The Calvert County Parks and Recreation Division announced today it is expanding its annual Student Job Fairs to include anyone looking for summer or seasonal employment. In addition, Parks and Recreation is adding a third fair in southern Calvert County. Mark your calendar [...]

American Woman Abroad

I haven’t sat down to write anything substantial regarding the current political situation in my country because I felt like I had nothing new to add, nor something different that hasn’t been said. But I realized that I do have a perspective that I haven’t seen [...]

New State Park Reservation System Launches in Spring

The Maryland Department of Natural Resources has contracted with a new vendor to manage reservations for the state park system. CAMIS, a company with 17 years of experience providing reservation solutions, is scheduled to start providing services in Maryland this spring. [...]

Miller, Busch Ordered to Testify, Turn Over Documents

U.S. District Judge James K. Bredar ruled on Tuesday that Maryland’s two top legislative leaders must turn over records for a lawsuit challenging the 2011 redistricting that effectively ensured Democratic control of seven out of eight U.S. House seats. Senate [...]