Posts Tagged ‘calvert’
Maryland’s deteriorating roads are hitting drivers where it hurts—the wallet—and failure to improve transportation funding could harm the state’s economic health, according to a report released Tuesday by a national transportation research organization.
(Annapolis has wasted millions already before and after the economic bust. They had opportunity after opportunity to correctly prioritize spending. Instead they spent money on what progressives do best. They spent money on palatial schools for votes. They did everything but consider the ramifications of their waste and yet they were all reelected. Marylanders have no one to blame but themselves.
Whether anyone realizes it or not. We’re out of money. But please, enjoy the palatial new indoor pool in Calvert Calvert County or the multi-story high school going in in Prince Frederick. Your progressives at work. Roads and traffic safety are just a nuisance. Vallario proved that last year.)
Deputy Sheriff’s will be conducting Saturation Patrols and DUI Checkpoints day and night through the holiday season to prevent impaired operators from driving on St. Mary’s County roadways.
TheBayNet has the story:
(Saturation patrols with officers on the look out for drunk drivers is by far the best method to catch the scofflaws. Drink and drive in St. Mary’s County and you WILL get caught.)
As party-goers celebrate the holidays with friends and family, everyone should heed Maryland State Police’s warning to keep the party off the road or be ready to face the consequences. Law Enforcement will be out in force beginning December 20th cracking down on anyone caught drunk behind the wheel.
Read the ENTIRE story at TheBayNet.com:
Maryland State Police in La Plata are investigating a fatal crash that has claimed the life of a young Calvert man.
TheBayNet.com has the ENTIRE story:
An elderly Huntingtown woman died Friday afternoon and two of her passengers were injured in Mechanicsville when she turned her small sport utility vehicle in front of an oncoming full-sized work truck.
The story can be found at SOMDNEWS.COM:
The deceased is identified as Sandra Renee Long, 41, of the 11000 block of H.G. Trueman Road in Lusby, Maryland. Long was pronounced dead at the scene. The cause and manner of death are unknown at this time.
(My family is close to Ms. Long’s sister. PLEASE, if you know anything at all about this murder contact the police in Calvert County.)
Rescue crews from Solomons and St. Leonard responded to H.G. Trueman Road and Dowell Road in front of the Hilton Garden Inn around 3:04 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 30 for report of a pedestrian struck. Upon arrival, crews discovered a male had been struck by a vehicle and was suffering serious injuries.
The story with pictures at TheBayNet:
The man was identified as Joseph Wesley Raymond Hall, age 20. The accident occurred in the area of Leitches Wharf Road approximately one mile from Stoakley Road in Calvert County.
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SHA encourages all motorists to drive responsibly and “Think Orange” while driving through highway work zones by driving the appropriate speed and remaining alert at all times. Learn more about work zone safety and the Choose Safety for Life campaign at www.choosesafetyforlife.com.