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Laurel Fourth of July parade winners announced

The Laurel Fourth of July Committee sponsored the city's parade, field games and fireworks on Saturday, July 4. Parade participants were judged and the following units were named winners:

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  • State officials join effort to save Laurel train station

    State officials join effort to save Laurel train station

    State officials are joining hands with Laurel residents and city officials as they protest the potential closure of the Laurel MARC train station following the Maryland Department of Transportation's discussions with developers of Laurel Park Station, who have asked to have the stop moved closer...

  • Kids go back in time for summer fun [South Laurel | Montpelier]

    Summertime, summertime. Playing in the yard, hanging out at the pool and having fun at summer camp are great. Other options for summertime fun for the young set include Blast-in-the-Past: A Hands-On History Playground. This activity on the Montpelier Mansion grounds will feature a kid-size Colonial...

  • Removal of Confederate flag should be followed by repeal of voter ID laws [Letter]

    In the Leader for June 25, Gwendolyn Glenn wrote movingly about the sudden rush by some politicians to dissociate themselves from display of the Confederate flag, especially in South Carolina, following the murder of nine people at a Charleston church. As a memorial to the dead, taking down the...

  • Protesters, elected officials rally in support of keeping Laurel's train stop

    Protesters, elected officials rally in support of keeping Laurel's train stop

    Led by Laurel City Council President Ed Ricks, dozens of residents gathered in the parking lot of the Laurel MARC train station Wednesday morning, chanting "save our stop" in unison and hoisting signs to protest the Maryland Department of Transportation potentially closing the MARC stop and moving...

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