Construction on the new Maryland Dove, a representation of the vessel that accompanied the first European settlers to Maryland in 1634, is being done in full public view in the Chesapeake Bay Maritime Museum’s working Shipyard. A Symposium on Building the New Maryland Dove, scheduled for 10 a.m.–4 p.m. Friday, March 14, invites guests to Historic St. Mary’s City, to learn the history of the original Ark and Dove, and the research, design, and construction plan for the new build and partnership between HSMC and CBMM. To register, contact 240-895-4990.

HSMC to host Maryland Dove construction symposium

News Release, Historic St. Mary’s City St. Mary’s City, MD- With construction underway on the new Maryland Dove in St. Michaels, Md.,

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The CSM Robotics Team will return for its ninth time to compete in the World VEX U Competition. From left are Talons Ben Mead, Johnathan Davis, Christine Wang and Julia Czecha during a VEX U Robotics Tournament hosted by the College of Southern Maryland Feb. 14.

CSM’s Robotics Team – the Talons – Head to Ninth Straight World VEX U Competition

News Release, College of Southern Maryland The College of Southern Maryland (CSM) competitive robotics team – the Talons – is

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WASHINGTON - Tailpipe emissions are major contributors to greenhouse gases. Maryland Sens. Ben Cardin and Chris Van Hollen are proposing a bill to get the United States to "net zero" greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. (Anna Hovey/Capital News Service)

Cardin and Van Hollen aim for net-zero greenhouse gases by 2050

By: Anna Hovey, Capital News Service WASHINGTON — A bill aimed at achieving net-zero greenhouse gas emissions in the United

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