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Imperfect comedy at Laurel Mill Playhouse

One of the most irrepressible families in theater — the zany Vanderhof–Sycamore clan of the 1936 classic “You Can’t Take It With You” — makes yet another comebackat the Laurel Mill Playhouse. The screwball comedy written by Moss Hart and George S. Kaufman, premiered at the Booth Theater in Manhattan...

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Search is on for Jessup man accused in fatal Laurel attack

Police are searching for a Jessup man who they say fatally stabbed another man during a fight outside a Laurel soup kitchen Tuesday night. John Budd, of Laurel, was found unresponsive with “puncture wounds” in the 300 block of Gorman Avenue at about 6 p.m., Laurel police said. Budd, 54, was taken...

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  • Laurel's new Emergency Operations Center reopens, ready for anything

    Laurel's new Emergency Operations Center reopens, ready for anything

    To the average civilian, the heart of Laurel’s upgraded Emergency Operations Center would appear appears to be a room filled with desks, computers and walls lined with monitor screens. For Stephen Allen, emergency manager in the city’s Office of Emergency Services, the center room is a dream come...

  • Child dies in Maryland City crash

    Child dies in Maryland City crash

    A 6-year-old girl died in a crash Monday night when the car she was riding in went down an embankment in Maryland City and rolled over into the trees. Anne Arundel County firefighters responded around 11 p.m. to a crash reported near the Baltimore Washington Parkway and Route 198, a fire department...

  • Discovering new faces of the Civil War at Montpelier

    Discovering new faces of the Civil War at Montpelier

    Inside the restored plantation house that was home to generations of Maryland’s distinguished Snowden family, Michigan artist Shayne Davidson’s illustrations pay tribute to 17 unsung Civil War soldiers in Montpelier Mansion’s current exhibit, “Civil War Soldiers, Discovering the Men of the 25th...

  • Historical Society begins search for new executive director [Old Town Laurel]

    Ten years ago, Lindsey Baker was a graduate student completing a master’s degree at the University of Delaware and wanted to work at a small museum somewhere in the Baltimore-Washington region. She saw a job posting for executive director of the Laurel Historical Society, which seemed like the...

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