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By Peter B. de Selding, Space News SAN ANTONIO — The top two members of the U.S. House Intelligence Committee on Oct. 19 said U.S. launch costs must come down to help the United States maintain its intelligence-gathering capability during a time of reduced budgets. Addressing the Geoint 2011 conference here, Reps. Mike Rogers (R-Mich.) […]

By The State Column Congressman C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger (D-MD) will welcome Maryland troops home from Afghanistan tomorrow, Saturday, October 15, 2011. About 60 members of the Maryland National Guard 313th Movement Control Battalion based in Curtis Bay served a 1-year deployment in Afghanistan developing ways to transport cargo and supplies by land, air and sea. […]

By Sarah Breltenbach, The Gazette OCEAN CITY — Maryland has the potential to become the Silicon Valley of cybersecurity, but could miss out on a major economic opportunity unless it offers more programs aimed at recruiting students into a little-known field, experts said during the opening day of the annual Maryland Association of Counties conference. […]

By Nicole Rodman, The Dundalk Eagle Showing no signs of slowing down at age 87, Scrivani has spent the last five decades volunteering her time and skills to veterans in need, and now she is being honored for her efforts. On May 31, Scrivani and five others received the 2010 Congressional Volunteer Recognition Award during […]

By Editor Nick Gestido, Patch Congressman C.A. “Dutch” Ruppersberger recently honored six volunteers from Maryland’s Second Congressional District for their dedicated service to Maryland veterans. According to a news release, Ruppersberger awarded Kathleen and Michael Mooney of Parkville, Lucille Scrivani of Dundalk, Terry Lee Trish Jr. of Rosedale, and Catharine Wyland and Shirley Freeman of […]

By Jean Marbella and John Fritze, The Baltimore Sun Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger picked up his phone Saturday and found himself in a conversation right out of a spy novel. The line was not secure, so CIA Director Leon Panetta chose his words carefully “You know that other thing we know about?” Ruppersberger recalled Panetta […]

By Peter Hermann, Baltimore Sun Staff Writer Baltimore officials announced this morning a grant to fight “bad guys with guns,” the city police commissioner’s central crime fighting strategy. The Sun’s Julie Scharper covered the event and will have an update. Meanwhile, here is the statement from the mayor:Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake, Police Commissioner Frederick H. […]

The Aegis Newspaper Editorial This general election there are again three races for U.S. House of Representatives that affect voters in Harford County. In the Second District, roughly the lower third of the county along the I-95/40 corridor, we recommend re-election of incumbent Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger, the Democrat, over Republican Marcello Cardarelli. In the Sixth […]