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U.S. Secret Service opens new ‘ruff’ house to train canines in Laurel

Everything about the new 20,500-square-foot James T. Maloney Canine Training Facility in Laurel was designed with those who will use it most in mind — the dogs, or “partners” of their United States Secret Service handlers.

Baltimore’s natural gas system is increasingly leaky, raising concerns about safety and global warming

Natural gas has been leaking out of aged pipes at a surging rate in and around Baltimore in recent years, potentially diminishing the fossil fuel’s relatively Earth-friendly image and creating hazards that can lead to explosions like one that destroyed a Columbia building last month.

Amid redistricting debate, Howard officials say students who attend Title I schools ‘are simply children’

The Howard County school system has chosen to only direct Title I funding to elementary schools, to provide early intervention for students, Walker said. Any elementary school where 22.5% or more of the students are receiving free and reduced-price meals is eligible.

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