Baltimore food challenges put diners' stomachs to the test

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Police identify suspect in fatal shooting at Turf Motel in Laurel

Howard County police said today they are actively searching for Kenneth Frizzell Diggs Jr., 47, of no fixed address, in connection to the shooting that left one woman dead and another man injured at the Turf Motel in Laurel Saturday. Detectives are offering up to $5,000 for information leading...

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  • Art center aims to fill empty stomachs with 'empty bowls'

    Art center aims to fill empty stomachs with 'empty bowls'

    At the Montpelier Arts Center in Laurel, Bryan Moore, an instructor and pottery artist, glazes a motley collection of colorful handmade bowls the center plans to donate to the Capital Area Food Bank. Part of an international grassroots movement that has found its way to Prince George's county,...

  • Laurel Mill Playhouse spins a gentle tale of ‘Charlotte’s Web’

    Laurel Mill Playhouse spins a gentle tale of ‘Charlotte’s Web’

    Laurel Mill Playhouse's current run of Joseph Robinette's "Charlotte's Web," based on the book by American author E. B. White, offers a gentle foray into classical literature in a mid-summer's performance of a well loved children's tale. The show travels the story of Wilbur and Charlotte, a naive...

  • Laurel Regional to keep inpatient services through 2017, while work group assess future

    Laurel Regional to keep inpatient services through 2017, while work group assess future

    Nearly one year after hospital owner and operator Dimensions Healthcare System announced the transition of Laurel Regional Hospital into a 24-hour ambulatory care center, University of Maryland Medical System and state and local officials turned the tables on Monday in Laurel, sharing their agreement...

  • Ophthalmologist celebrates 40 years of eye care in Laurel

    Ophthalmologist celebrates 40 years of eye care in Laurel

    Fresh out of Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in 1976, Dr. Ronald Oser says he was searching for his own ophthalmology office space outside his family's hometown in Silver Spring. A lawyer friend recommended the up-and-coming town of Laurel between Baltimore and Washington, D.C. Four decades later,...

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