Mar 28, 2013
Cobb Island men charged with fishing rules violations
On March 12, nearly 3,200 pounds of illegally caught gizzard, or mud shad, and blue and channel catfish were confiscated from two commercial fishermen at the Port Tobacco Marina, according to NRP.
Rose Greenhow was the most famous Confederate female spy
Rose Greenhow , born in Port Tobacco, Maryland in 1817, is unquestionably the most famous Confederate female spy in the Civil War .
A rich history, an enduring legacy: Church congregations began before country’s founding
Staff photo by TIN NGUYEN St. Ignatius Catholic Church at Chapel Point, built 1789, sits on top a hill overlooking the bank of the Port Tobacco River, where the place of worship of the original St.
JBM-HH celebrates heritage
Jason Warwick with the Piscataway Indian Nation singers and dancers, dances at a performance for Joint Base Myer-Henderson Hall's National Native American Heritage Month celebration in the Community Center Nov.
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Sprague remembered as dedicated lawmaker
Former state Del. Michael Sprague is being remembered by friends and colleagues as a conscientious lawmaker and supreme amateur athlete.