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Robert L. Ehrlich Jr.

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  • Our say: Larson's leadership crucial to Naval Academy

    The Naval Academy’s mission is to produce ethical leaders who serve not just the Navy and the Marine Corps, but the nation as a whole. And you couldn’t ask for a better illustration of the sort of leader the school produces, and the public service such leaders can provide, than Adm. Charles R. Larson, the Annapolis-area resident who died on Saturday at age 77.
  • Former Naval Academy Superintendent Charles Larson dies after battle with leukemia

    Adm. Charles R. Larson, a former superintendent of the Naval Academy and one-time candidate for lieutenant governor in Maryland, died Saturday morning at his home in Annapolis. Cmdr. Wes Huey, Larson's son-in-law, confirmed Larson's death. He was 77. His...

    Brown campaign calls on Hogan to disassociate himself from Peroutka

    Brown campaign calls on Hogan to disassociate himself from Peroutka
    Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown's campaign is calling on Larry Hogan to distance himself from a Republican Anne Arundel County Council nominee. In a press release sent out Thursday night, Brown campaign manager Justin Schall said Hogan should "do the sensible...

    Brown campaign calls on Hogan to disassociate himself from Peroutka

    Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown's campaign is calling on Larry Hogan to distance himself from a Republican Anne Arundel County Council nominee. In a press release sent out Thursday night, Brown campaign manager Justin Schall said Hogan should "do the sensible...

    Who's in charge? [Commentary]

    Who's in charge? [Commentary]
    Back when Robert Ehrlich was governor of Maryland, I was interviewing men newly committed to state prison and suspected of gang affiliations. After years in denial, Maryland was just beginning to realize that gangs were very active behind the walls. Among...