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Laurel Council approved a $34.2 million budget in May

Laurel City Council approved a $34.2 million operating budget — an increase of 6.7 percent from last year’s budget -- last month but did not increase tax rates. The budget holds the city’s property tax rate at 71 cents (per $100 of assessed property value) and the personal property tax remains...

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Teens arrested in Laurel after shooting on parkway

Two teenagers were arrested in Laurel after a Wednesday morning shooting on the Baltimore-Washington Parkway left a driver injured, U.S. Park Police announced. The names of the males, who are 17 and 19-years-old and from Prince George’s County, were not released following their arrest last night,...

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  • Boxing card slated for Gardens Ice House features unbeaten fighter

    Boxing card slated for Gardens Ice House features unbeaten fighter

    Gerome Quigley grew up in Montgomery County and now splits his time between Maryland and Germany, where his fiancé and two young children live. But Laurel will be front and center on Saturday night, June 16, as welterweight boxer Quigley tries keep his perfect record intact when he faces Raymond...

  • Laurel resident and Atholton High graduate Johnson savors national women's lacrosse title

    Laurel resident and Atholton High graduate Johnson savors national women's lacrosse title

    Laurel resident Emma Johnson was just glad to be on the women’s lacrosse team last year as a freshman at James Madison University, according to her coach. This year, Johnson was a sophomore leader on defense and she started every game for the Dukes, who defeated Boston College, 16-15, on May 27...

  • Cody Morris prepares for NCAA Regional tournament

    Cody Morris prepares for NCAA Regional tournament

    Cody Morris, of Laurel, grew up spending a lot of time in College Park cheering on the Maryland Terrapins in various sports. The Reservoir High School graduate was a top college baseball prospect and had several suitors, including the University of Maryland. But he decided he wanted to go away...

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