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Mount Hebron High gets $1,100 award


Mount Hebron High School has been awarded $1,100 in the 1995 Nationwide Insurance Prom Promise program. The school placed fourth in the statewide competition for the student sign-ups.

It also received 15 free tickets and 50 discount coupons to Adventure World amusement park in Largo.

Nationwide Insurance sponsors Prom Promise to get teen-agers involved in providing solutions to the problems of alcohol and drug use.

Seventy-one Baltimore schools and 153 schools throughout the state participate in the program.


* Ellicott City: 4200 block of Hermitage Drive: A watch, credit card and coins were stolen during a burglary in which a basement window was broken Tuesday, police said.

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