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Vendors far and near coming to 36th Main Street Festival in Laurel

Crafters on the festival circuit have marked their calendars for Laurel's Main Street Festival on Saturday, May 7, where hundreds of vendors set up shop from Route 1 to Seventh Street, uniting the community for a day of celebration. Sponsored by the Laurel Board of Trade, this year's street party...

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    Four injured in Deale single-vehicle crash

    Four occupants of a vehicle were injured early Thursday morning in Deale when the car veered off the road and overturned, county fire officials said. At approximately 1 a.m. firefighters responded to the area of Solomons Island Road and Old Solomons Island Road for a single-vehicle car accident....

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    Four Maryland community health centers receive money to expand

    Federal health officials dole out more than $3 million to Maryland health centers

  • Morning Report: What's happening today in Annapolis, Anne Arundel

    Morning Report: What's happening today in Annapolis, Anne Arundel

    The Morning Report is a quick roundup of links to stories that Annapolis and Anne Arundel County residents are talking about today. You can click on the links directly from the text of this feature. Here's what's happening.  The county is considering options to shift management of more than 300...

  • Frozen vegetables linked to cases of Listeria, including one in Maryland

    Frozen vegetables linked to cases of Listeria, including one in Maryland

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  • College entrepreneurs grow Chesapeake-themed line of preppy apparel

    College entrepreneurs grow Chesapeake-themed line of preppy apparel

    As players on Towson's Calvert Hall College High School rugby team, Kevin Ames and Matt Wilmer saw firsthand the grit and teamwork it takes to win. Now seniors in college, the 21-year-olds are advancing on another rough-and-tumble playing field as founders of an apparel and accessories company,...

  • Crime Log [Towson]

    The following is compiled from local police reports. Our policy is to include descriptions when there is enough information to make identification possible. Queens Ferry Road, 6800 block. April 25, 8:30 p.m. Two men displaying a semi-automatic handgun robbed another man of cash and his phone. Dumbarton...

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    Dulaney High pair are leaders in skilled trades organization [Cockeysville]

    Dulaney High School students have proven to be terrific leaders and two more are now representing Dulaney on a statewide level. Hailey Brennan, a sophomore, was recently elected Skills USA Maryland Historian, while Connor Ford was elected as the organization's Western Region Vice President. With...

  • Laurel's new Parks and Recreation director ready for 'creative spark' in programs, facilities

    Laurel's new Parks and Recreation director ready for 'creative spark' in programs, facilities

    Nearing her first month as Laurel's new Parks and Recreation director, Joanne Barr says the city department has hit the ground running in preparation for the busy spring and summer months. Following former Director Mike Lhotsky's retirement in March, Mayor Craig Moe appointed Barr as the new director...

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