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  • Datebook

    Sunday, Aug. 3 First Sunday Arts Festival Event features crafts, artists, live music, street performers and sidewalk dining from noon to 5 p.m. in the first block of West and Calvert streets in Annapolis. Free. Information: 410-741-3267. Summer...
  • WSSC proposal also includes Customer Affordability Program [Letter]

    WSSC proposal also includes Customer Affordability Program [Letter]
    WSSC shares the concern of Ms. LaCourse ("WSSC should consider impact of rates increase," Letters, July 31) about the impact of fees and rate increases on our customers, particularly those who can least afford them. However, her letter neglected to...
  • Howard County finishes fast, furious at regionals

    Howard County finishes fast, furious at regionals
    Howard County put on a commanding display at the 2A South, 3A East and 4A North regional meets over the weekend. In repeat fashion from the county championship, the Howard girls and Wilde Lake boys took home team titles once again. In 4A competition,...
  • Flash flood watch in effect after heavy rains inundate College Park

    Flash flood watch in effect after heavy rains inundate College Park
    A flash flood watch is in effect across Central Maryland through late Tuesday, with storms and heavy rain possible. A burst of heavy rain inundated College Park and surrounding areas Tuesday morning. The watch is in place across greater Baltimore. The...
  • UMUC to lay off 70 amid declining enrollments

    UMUC to lay off 70 amid declining enrollments
    The University of Maryland University College announced Friday that it would lay off 70 employees — the latest problem to hit the school that caters to nontraditional students, including members of the military, the federal government and working...
  • Obama to visit Prince George's County next week

    Obama to visit Prince George's County next week
    President Barack Obama will travel to Prince George's County on Thursday to discuss health care days before health insurance exchanges created under the Affordable Care Act will open for business, a White House official said Saturday. Obama will...
  • Gun debate sparks education, advocacy campaigns

    Gun debate sparks education, advocacy campaigns
    As .223-caliber bullets from an assault-style rifle pinged a torso-shaped target, state Del. Michael D. Smigiel Sr. videotaped his latest pupil squeezing off rounds from a gun and magazine targeted to be banned in Maryland. "You see why you wouldn't...
  • Your chance to comment on road improvements [Montpelier/South Laurel]

    On April 18, representatives of Prince George's County Department of Public Works and Transportation conducted a briefing on planned improvements to the intersection of Muirkirk Road at Odell Road and Cedarbrook Lane in South Laurel. Project Manager...
  • Century High claims team title, Manchester Valley runner sets new record during state track championship meet

    The Century boys' track and field team and Manchester Valley senior Abby Culp were the definition of excellence at the Maryland Class 2A-1A indoor track and field state championships. Century easily won its second state title in three years during the...
  • 11 Md. firms make list of top-grossing black-owned companies

    Eleven Maryland companies rank among the nation's top-grossing black-owned businesses, according to Black Enterprise magazine. Baltimore-based Brown Capital Management LLC ranked eighth in the asset managers category. Profit Investments of Silver...
  • Man sentenced to 100 years in prison also suspect in killings

    On Tuesday, we told you about Jason Thomas Scott, a 28-year-old who faced at least 97 years for 11 felonies that included up to 50 burglaries and nine home invasions in Prince George's County. In one case, prosecutors said he sexually assaulted a 17-year-...
  • Anne B. Altemus, nurse and homemaker

    Anne B. Altemus, nurse and homemaker
    Anne B. Altemus, a registered nurse and homemaker, died Feb. 12 of cancer at St. Joseph Medical Center. She was 80 and had been a resident of the Edenwald retirement community in Towson since August. Anne Watters Bacon was born in Baltimore and raised...