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Maryland state dolphinfish record broken again

OCEAN CITY, MD – It only lasted three weeks.  A Maryland dolphinfish record that was just set last month has already been broken. A Pasadena woman has reeled in a new state record common dolphinfish, also known as mahi mahi. Kristy Frashure was participating in the Poor Girls Fishing Tournament in Ocean City on Friday, August 16, when she caught …


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Nottingham man wins $100K with Md. Lottery Ravens scratch-off

NOTTINGHAM, MD – A longtime Ravens season ticket holder claimed the first $100,000 top prize on this year’s $10 Ravens scratch-off game. The Nottingham resident, along with his wife and son, visited Maryland Lottery headquarters on Friday afternoon to claim the prize. The lucky winner picked up four $10 Ravens scratch-offs from Paul’s Market on Thursday. He scratched the instant …


Cambridge angler reels in record mahi mahi near Ocean City

UPDATE: That didn’t last long.  The record has been broken again. Original story below… —— CAMBRIDGE, MD – Jeff Wright of Cambridge has broken a 34-year-old Maryland state fishing record in the Atlantic Division for a common dolphinfish, or mahi mahi. Wright caught the 72.8-pound fish off the coast of Ocean City. Wright was aboard a boat above Poor Man’s …

Maryland School for the Blind teacher honored as Orioles Birdland Community Hero

NOTTINGHAM, MD – Matthew Mescall, Adapted Physical Education and Health Instructor, at The Maryland School for the Blind (MSB), was recently named a Baltimore Orioles’ Birdland Community Hero and was recognized for the achievement during the Orioles game at Camden Yards on July 13th. The Baltimore Orioles established the Birdland Community Heroes Program to recognize community heroes who inspire others …

Residents oppose Campbell Boulevard sports complex

MIDDLE RIVER, MD – A group of local residents has come together to oppose a proposed sports complex on Campbell Boulevard. A Change.org petition created by the Preserve at Windlass Run HOA Board calls for residents to “say no” to the proposed complex. “The Preserve at Windlass Run HOA board members have come to the conclusion that the proposed Sports …

Maryland School for the Blind kicks off student summer camps

NOTTINGHAM, MD – The Maryland School for the Blind has announced that it will offer several day and overnight camps for students who are blind or visually impaired during the month of July. All of the summer programs focus on the Expanded Core Curriculum (ECC), a set of skills in nine focus areas that are utilized by students with visual …