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Anne Arundel County

‘Amélie: A New Musical’ shines at Bowie Playhouse

Excellent performances by an inspired cast achieve an exciting ensemble production of "Amélie: A New Musical" that never stops moving to show’s end at the Bowie Playhouse.

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Baltimore City

Light Rail service near Howard and Pratt Street sinkhole to resume Monday

The Maryland Transit Administration announced that Light Rail service near the sinkhole that opened near the intersection of Howard and Pratt Streets will resume Aug. 19, a little more than month after the sinkhole opened.

Baltimore County

Rev. St. George I.B. Crosse, religious and civil rights leader, dies

The Rev. St. George I.B. Crosse, an outspoken and trailblazing community leader, died Aug. 7 at the age of 79.

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Carroll County

Bird Brown: Life lessons can be learned through sports

What is it about being a coach’s kid that makes you different from the rest of your teammates?

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Harford County

Community members learn solar energy options during seminar at Bel Air church

There are several options for getting renewable solar power at one’s residence, members of the community learned during a seminar at St. Matthew Lutheran Church in Bel Air Saturday morning.

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Howard County

Howard County’s ‘Live Where You Work’ program brings rental subsidies to Columbia

The “Live Where You Work” program gives rental subsidies to Howard County General Hospital employees who qualify as low- and moderate-income families.

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Johns Hopkins professor fired after attempted sabotage of student protest turns down Facebook job

A former professor at Johns Hopkins University who was fired after a confrontation with protesters has turned down a job offer from Facebook.

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