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Josh Sanders, 33, sat in a chair in the corner of the cafeteria at Featherbed Lane Elementary, still in his work clothes, as his two daughters bounced from table to table, putting juice and snacks in a bag to take home.

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  • Hogan's Maryland: open for big business
    Hogan's Maryland: open for big business

    Driving home to Baltimore from a meeting with a potential new customer one cold February afternoon, my wife and I chuckled when we crossed the state border. In addition to "Maryland Welcomes You," our state's "Enjoy Your Visit!" sign on Route 15 now read, "We're Open for Business," followed...

  • Calls for a constitutional convention are reckless
    Calls for a constitutional convention are reckless

    There's a right way and a wrong way to amend the United States Constitution, and far too many current state legislators are trying to do it the wrong way: by attempting to call our first constitutional convention since 1787.

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    Supergirl Power

    About a year ago, I walked into Gotham Comics in Westminster with the intention of restarting my comic book collection after letting it lie dormant since the comic book boom of the early 1990s. Upon entering the store I was immediately confused.

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  • American who contracted Ebola improves, in serious condition
    American who contracted Ebola improves, in serious condition

    BETHESDA, Md. — Doctors say an American health care worker who contracted Ebola while volunteering in a Sierra Leone treatment unit has improved to serious condition at the National Institutes of Health.

  • Antarctic ice shelves melting 70% faster, study shows
    Antarctic ice shelves melting 70% faster, study shows

    The frozen fringes of western Antarctica have been melting 70% faster in the last decade, raising concern that an important buttress keeping land-based ice sheets from flowing to the sea could collapse or vanish in coming decades, a new study shows.

  • Study: Montgomery is most healthy, Baltimore City least healthy
    Study: Montgomery is most healthy, Baltimore City least healthy

    Baltimore City ranked as the least healthy jurisdiction in the state, followed by several rural counties on the Eastern Shore and Western Maryland, in a report released this week by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, which looked at counties across the country.

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