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October 22, 2013
Funny, I don't recall Gov. Martin O'Malley taking the "Hypocritical Oath. " Yet our absentee governor has taken another road trip, this time to New Jersey, not so much to support the Democratic gubernatorial nominee there, state Sen. Barbara Bouno, but rather to attempt yet again to enhance his national image ( "O'Malley wins support as he campaigns for others in New Jersey," Oct. 19). Here's the rub: Mr. O'Malley should be in his home state dealing with red-hot issues that determine the fate of Maryland.
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By Jessica Evans and For The Baltimore Sun | October 6, 2014
The Sunshine State is looking more and more like the Natural Disaster State as the ladies and their husbands continue their vacations. Last episode ended with Jim accusing Bobby of seeing other women, which caused a lot of yelling, cursing and Bobby hiding in the bathroom. The drama continued when Jim made a reference to Rino sleeping with the other Teresa's mother. (Jim is a little rat who needs to learn to keep his mouth shut.) Shall we begin? First, a spoiler alert. Last week, in the real world, we found out that Teresa G. was found guilty of mortgage fraud and will spend 15 months in jail.
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EXPLORE
November 15, 2012
The Westfield Marching Band Parents Association would like to extend our warmest thanks to the staff, parents and students of Atholton High School in Columbia. The recent hurricane and snowstorm in New Jersey kept the WHS Band from practicing in the lead-up to their most crucial performances of the season, the National Championship in Annapolis and the New Jersey State Championship. By opening their facilities, striping the field, providing water, snacks and coffee for the band and parents and staff, the school provided a huge boost to the band.
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By Erin Cox and Michael Dresser and The Baltimore Sun | September 17, 2014
Republican gubernatorial candidate Larry Hogan got a helping hand Wednesday from one of his party's best-known figures as New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie came to Maryland to raise money for the GOP. Christie, chair of the Republican Governors Association, arrived at a lunchtime fundraiser at a Bethesda restaurant to benefit Hogan and said the race's changing dynamics brought him to Maryland. "This race is closing, and that's why I'm here," Christie said. "In the beginning, it didn't look like a race that was going to be tight, but it is tight now. That's why I'm here, and that's why the RGA is going to be here to help him because we think he's got a good chance here.
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By Jessica Evans and For The Baltimore Sun | August 25, 2014
The Garden State is filled with roses as the ladies of New Jersey celebrate Valentine's Day. Teresa reminisces about a Valentine's Day with Joe when they were younger. He gave her a ring in a shape of a rose. So cute! Teresa invites Melissa over on a Friday night where they drink wine and watch "The Godfather. " According to Teresa, people can learn a lot from "The Godfather. " Speaking of wine, Teresa attends a wine bottle signing event where Amber and Victoria Gotti visit, but more on that later.
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By Jessica D. Evans and The Baltimore Sun | July 14, 2014
The Season 6 "RHONJ" premiere was filled with new housewives, the return of an original housewife and a whole lot of emotions; this is your warning that you might need some tissues. Teresa Giudice:  You might actually have heard of the name Giudice outside of the Bravo bubble because Teresa and her husband Joe are indicted on federal fraud charges and could face a long time in prison: real housewives have real drama. The episode started with her sister-in-law Melissa calling Teresa to check to see if some rumors are true, Teresa says they aren't true, and after she hangs up, her daughter Gia asks what she was talking about on the phone.
NEWS
November 25, 2012
Regarding letter writer D.B. Herman's claim that President Obama was "nowhere near" the disaster area after Hurricane Sandy, Is it possible he did not see the president with New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie inspecting the destruction both from the air and on the ground ("Obama's disastrous storm response overlooked," Nov. 16)? President Bush viewed the mess from Hurricane Katrina from the comfort of Air Force One. Perhaps he joins the group of Republicans who chastised Chris Christie for praising the president for his quick response to and commitment to helping the governor and the state of New Jersey.
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By Kathy Hudson hudmud@aol.com | July 10, 2014
My sister and I recently spent five days at Ocean City, New Jersey. In early childhood summers, thanks to our grandparents, we spent months there. As we grew older, they took us traveling. Beach months dwindled to weeks, then days. The imprint of those early years is strong. In summer, what I now enjoy most is what I enjoyed in childhood: learning to ride a two-wheel bike, riding on the boardwalk and flat beach sidewalks, walking down the street to the beach and swimming in the ocean, eating fresh fruit and vegetables for dinner, eating ice cream later, playing cards and board games, having my first library card and spending time at the library, riding the rides and meeting up with friends.
NEWS
September 14, 2014
In the matter of Ray Rice, it seems like every spokesperson for the Ravens organization has lost their ability to think logically and analytically about what just happened. Let's look at a few simple facts: First, the release of the elevator video did not make things worse than they were. Second, the judicial system in New Jersey took carefully considered measures against Mr. Rice long ago and, third, the punishment then meted out by the NFL and the Ravens far exceeds the NFL's own standard for a first offense.
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By Jessica Evans and For The Baltimore Sun | August 25, 2014
The Garden State is filled with roses as the ladies of New Jersey celebrate Valentine's Day. Teresa reminisces about a Valentine's Day with Joe when they were younger. He gave her a ring in a shape of a rose. So cute! Teresa invites Melissa over on a Friday night where they drink wine and watch "The Godfather. " According to Teresa, people can learn a lot from "The Godfather. " Speaking of wine, Teresa attends a wine bottle signing event where Amber and Victoria Gotti visit, but more on that later.
TRAVEL
By Ryan Kneller, Tribune Newspapers and By Ryan Kneller, Tribune Newspapers | August 7, 2014
It's 9 a.m. on a recent Saturday and I am one of 20 day campers sitting around a fire pit in rural central New Jersey. Doused in suntan lotion and bug spray, we are all there for the same reason: to learn survival skills, particularly those meant to fend off cannibalistic corpses. Yes, you read that correctly - cannibalistic corpses, more commonly known as zombies. From TV favorite "The Walking Dead" to last year's blockbuster "World War Z," the flesh-eating foes are everywhere.
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