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Anne Arundel County

Firefighters respond to smoke from Atlas Air plane at BWI

Firefighters responded to smoke coming from an Atlas Air plane that landed at BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport on Monday.

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Baltimore City

Maryland weather: Severe storms develop as heat index surges to triple digits; two die of heat-related illness

The heat index surged to 100 degrees for a second consecutive day in and around Baltimore on Wednesday, and was forecast to go even higher in the coming days.

Baltimore County

Pamela S. Nixon, gardener and collector of Santa Clauses, dies

Pamela S. Nixon, a gardener and historic preservationist who also collected Santa Clauses, died July 9 of congestive heart failure and complications of diabetes at the Broadmead Retirement Community in Cockeysville.

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Carroll County

Camp C.O.P.S. means fierce but friendly competition

Law enforcement agencies come together to organize the Carroll County day camp every year, and the theme is in the acronym: Courage to be Outstanding with Pride and Self-Confidence (C.O.P.S.)

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Harford County

Portion of Ring Factory Road to close for sewer main repair

A portion of Ring Factory Road between Route 924 and Vermont Road in Bel Air will be closed for up to a week while repairs are made to a sewer main.

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Howard County

For first time, girls join Boy Scouts camp at Broad Creek

This is the first summer girls have been invited to Broad Creek Memorial Scout Reservation in Whiteford for the camp there since girls have been permitted to join Scouts BSA, formerly known as the Boy Scouts.

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George L. Good Sr., a Baltimore businessman who was passionate about music and sailing, dies

George L. Good Sr., a former Maryland Cup Corp. executive who later owned and operated a pallet company, and was was also passionate about music and sailing, died July 9. The Lutherville resident was 79.

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