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    Soldier in Baltimore County barricade at National Guard facility is now in custody

    A Special Forces soldier entered a closed National Guard armory building in Baltimore County on Monday morning, authorities said, setting off an alarm and starting a standoff with heavily armed police that went on for several hours. The soldier was safely taken into custody Monday afternoon, Baltimore...

  • CSX derailment limits Brunswick Line MARC to three trains Monday evening

    CSX derailment limits Brunswick Line MARC to three trains Monday evening

    Due to a CSX train derailment, only three Brunswick Line MARC trains will operate from Silver Spring Monday night, the Maryland Transit Administration said. Fifteen train cars left the tracks in the derailment, spilling hazardous material near 9th and Rhode Island Avenue NE on Sunday. Train 875...

  • CSX train derails in Washington, leaks hazardous material

    CSX train derails in Washington, leaks hazardous material

    A CSX train partially derailed Sunday morning in Northeast Washington and leaked hazardous material, officials said. Several cars derailed about 6:40 a.m. in the area around 9th Street NE and Rhode Island Avenue, near Catholic University, according to the D.C. Fire Department. Rhode Island Avenue...

  • In honor of airman, Hogan orders Maryland flags at half-staff

    In honor of airman, Hogan orders Maryland flags at half-staff

    ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Flags in Maryland are flying at half-staff in honor of an Air Force airman from Maryland who died of injuries he sustained while serving in Asia. Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan ordered flags to be lowered to half-staff starting Monday at sunrise in honor of Nathaniel Henry McDavitt....

  • VA clinic closes at Fort Howard

    VA clinic closes at Fort Howard

    The Department of Veterans Affairs has closed its medical clinic at Fort Howard in eastern Baltimore County, a property that is proposed for redevelopment. The clinic closed last month after it was flooded when a hot water heater exploded. As workers assessed the damage, they found mold and other...

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