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Laurel police officer to pay $125,000 in civil rights lawsuit

A Laurel police officer has agreed to pay $125,000 to a Hyattsville man, who claims he was strip-searched in public by the officer based on racial profiling during a 2015 traffic stop, according to a settlement reached this week that will close a federal civil case. The lawsuit was jointly filed...

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  • Side by Side's Bike and Stride switches to scenic routes

    Side by Side's Bike and Stride switches to scenic routes

    Participants in the nonprofit organization Side by Side's fifth annual Ride and Stride fundraiser on Saturday, April 29 will get the opportunity to become one with nature at the National Wildlife Visitor Center in South Laurel. Unlike last year's routes along the Patuxent River and to Savage, riders...

  • 2,000 trout added to Laurel Lakes, Patuxent

    2,000 trout added to Laurel Lakes, Patuxent

    Over 2,000 trout were added to the Patuxent River and Laurel Lakes for the Maryland Department of Natural Resources' Spring 2017 Trout Stocking Schedule. According to city officials, 1,400 trout were added to the Patuxent River, while 700 trout were placed in Laurel Lakes at Granville Gude Park....

  • Laurel Historical Society's 'Great Gala' to honor community contributors

    Laurel Historical Society's 'Great Gala' to honor community contributors

    Laurel Historical Society's annual fundraising gala will recognize individuals, businesses and organizations for their influence in the Laurel community during this year's The Great Gala on Saturday, April 22 at the DoubleTree By Hilton Hotel. Following the theme of the museum's current exhibit,...

  • Chrysalis amphitheater to open as first new structure at Merriweather Park

    Chrysalis amphitheater to open as first new structure at Merriweather Park

    As the luminous green shell of the new Chrysalis amphitheater comes into view amid the towering poplars high above South Entrance Road in Columbia, it's impossible not to be intrigued. The $6.6 million structure in Merriweather Park at Symphony Woods — which will be dedicated at a public ceremony...

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