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FROM LAST NIGHT...
Homeowners must apply for property-tax credit or lose it: Tens of thousands of Maryland homeowners who haven't already applied for the Homestead Property Tax Credit have until the end of the year to do so or lose the often-valuable break.
Lots of rumors, still no Mega Millions winner in state: Maryland lottery officials were inundated Monday with nonstop calls fueled by rumors about the identity of the Baltimore County shopper who will share in the $656 million Mega Millions jackpot.
Maryland Jockey Club cut losses in 2011: Laurel Park and Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore lost a combined $5.3 million in 2011, according to financial statements submitted to the Maryland Racing Commission. That's down from a $20 million loss in 2010.
Orioles right-hander Jake Arrieta named Opening Day starter: Arrieta wasn't necessarily aiming for his return to be on Opening Day, but eight months after he had a bone spur removed from his throwing elbow, he will be on the mound when the Orioles open the season Friday.
TODAY'S FRONT PAGE
Md. voters to have say in GOP primary: Republican and Democratic candidates made a final push for support across the state Monday, hours before Marylanders were set to head to the polls to help choose a GOP presidential candidate and settle a handful of highly competitive congressional contests.
High-ranking Anne Arundel police official asks for probe of agency: The Anne Arundel County Police Department's second in command said Monday night that he has asked the U.S. Justice Department to investigate alleged police misconduct related to a criminal indictment against County Executive John R. Leopold.
Stevenson to house rare first edition of King James Bible: A rare King James edition -- there are about 175 in the world -- resides in the library at Stevenson University, part of a collection of 300 Bibles and related documents from the nonprofit Maryland Bible Society.
Next Baltimore election delayed for 1 year: The General Assembly on Monday night put the final touch on a measure that delays Baltimore's next local election by a year -- aligning the city's voting cycle with the presidential schedule and allowing a one-time, five-year term for Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake and other city officials.
[Compiled by Dean Jones Jr.]
Good morning, Baltimore: Need to know for Tuesday
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