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Judge rules against Laurel's request to dismiss Ragamuffins case

A judge has denied the city of Laurel’s motion to dismiss a lawsuit filed by a local community church in a battle over whether the church has the right to hold services in the Ragamuffins Coffee House on Laurel’s Main Street. Redemption Community Church is suing the city because the city is prohibiting...

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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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  • Order’s up at three new restaurants in Laurel

    Order’s up at three new restaurants in Laurel

    Laurel residents and visitors can now travel back in time to the 1950s to share a meal, enjoy a funnel cake or eat a Game of Thrones-themed burger all thanks to new eateries that have popped up in the city. Since January, the Double T Diner, the Flavor Garden and the Mad Cow Grill have all opened...

  • Nature programs at Patuxent Research in full swing [South Laurel/Montpelier]

    The Patuxent Research Refuge has several events coming up to appeal to all of us nature lovers. North Tract programs offered at 230 Bald Eagle Drive include several Boy Scouts of America (BSA) Merit Badge classes. Registration and parent participation are required for all classes. The classes offered...

  • Fifth graders move on in elementary school celebration [West Laurel]

    Fifth graders move on in elementary school celebration [West Laurel]

    The Bond Mill Elementary Fifth Grade Promotion was held on June 13. This is a very special day culminating, in some cases, six sweet years of elementary education at Bond Mill. There were tears of joy and lots of laughter. Parents and students alike were bittersweet as they travelled down that...

  • Former county councilman is coming home, back to his District 1 seat

    Former county councilman is coming home, back to his District 1 seat

    A familiar face is heading back to the Prince George’s County Council District 1 seat, according to unofficial results of the Tuesday primary race from the Maryland State Board of Elections. Former District 1 councilman Tom Dernoga earned 52.3 percent or 5,215 votes and current Laurel Mayor Craig...

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