Samuel William Summers, 78, of Walkersville, MD passed away on October 17, 2020. Sam was born in Hagerstown, MD and the son of Austin W. Summers and Hilda L. (Butts) Summers on April 29, 1942. Sam spent his younger years in Hagerstown and Downsville, Maryland. When he was 12, his family moved to Frederick County, … Continued
In celebration of the upcoming 100th anniversary of the Maryland State Police, the MTA is offering a commemorative weapon for purchase by Maryland State Police Troopers and civilians, active and retired. For additional information and to receive an order form, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 1-800-TROOPER or 410-653-3885.
Open enrollment is now upon us, and I have been asked by several retired Medicare eligible members if there is any change in the state prescription coverage for these retirees in calendar year 2021. The short answer is NO. Legislation passed in 2019 will eventually move retirees out of the state’s prescription coverage plan to … Continued
This is your chance to show your support for law enforcement. As previously posted on the MTA Face Book Page, the MTA, along with the MTA’s law firm and MTA’s lobbyist, is closely monitoring the various committees addressing police reform. One of the suggestions for police reform is making personnel records of police officers available … Continued
As we know, this is a strange time to be out in the community on a daily basis. First, we recommend protecting yourself as much as possible. This means following all CDC and State Government recommendations to the full extent possible. However, it’s obvious that our troopers may be in contact with individuals exposed to … Continued