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2014/12/18 11:15
2014/12/18 11:15
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NAS Patuxent River Public Affairs The buck stopped here, and a few other places. But let's start at the beginning... In August 2013, as part of ongoing auto and airfield safety efforts, six deer...
2014/12/18 11:15
2014/12/18 11:15
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2014/12/16 11:17
2014/12/16 11:17
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Four decades ago, one of the area's oldest synagogues moved from its longtime home in the city to a sprawling campus in Pikesville, becoming part of a sweeping postwar exodus of Jews to the...
2014/12/12 23:17
2014/12/12 23:17
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Baltimore's planning department was tricked into awarding $2.1 million in historic tax credits to a Little Italy condominium project based on a "forged or altered" document, a city review panel says...
2014/12/10 13:16
2014/12/10 13:16
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Former state senator and Calvert County resident Bernie Fowler, whose white sneakers measure the health of the Patuxent River annually, was honored by the very organization he co-founded and by Gov....
2014/12/03 15:16
2014/12/03 15:16
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A local student is getting a head start in the world of computer programming and coding after participating in a competition designed to involve young black males in STEM and coding. Andrew Kelly,...
2014/12/01 17:21
2014/12/01 17:21
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Morning Edition, the longtime Butchers Hill cafe, is heading to auction. The restaurant at 153 N. Patterson Park Ave. will be auctioned off at 2 p.m. Dec. 10. It closed in July 2013 when the owner...
2014/11/29 01:17
2014/11/29 01:17
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In many stores on Black Friday, shoppers moved at a leisurely pace through clear aisles and waited in relatively short lines in what may be the new normal of the holiday shopping season. Because the...
2014/11/27 22:02
2014/11/27 22:02
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BALTIMORE (WJZ) — An annual Thanksgiving dinner will feed more than 12,000 in Baltimore in need of a warm meal this holiday. As Rochelle Ritchie reports on what this charity’s legacy means for the...
2014/11/27 06:16
2014/11/27 06:16
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Calvert County Annmarie Garden & Sculpture Museum — 13480 Dowell Road, Solomons. 410-326-4640, www.annmariegarden.org Bayside History Museum — 4025 Fourth St., North Beach. 301-855-4028,...
2014/11/27 06:16
2014/11/27 06:16
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Open studio — Mattawoman Creek Art Center, 2750 Sweden Point Road, Marbury, will hold open studios 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Fridays through Dec. 12. Create, paint, draw, take photos, sculpt, knit or quilt....
2014/11/27 00:31
2014/11/27 00:31
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REPUBLIC — The Republic High School football team's playoff game out-of-town Saturday won't stop city Christmas festivities. Officials confirmed today that the town Christmas tree lighting and...
2014/11/26 18:17
2014/11/26 18:17
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Morning Edition, the Butchers Hill restaurant that closed July 2013 on its 30th anniversary, will be sold at auction on Dec. 10 at 2 p.m. The auction is being handled by A. J. Billig & Co. When Brian...
2014/11/24 23:09
2014/11/24 23:09
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A Middle Tennessee city is planning to widen and improve a stretch of road that has proven to be dangerous and deadly, but not everyone is thrilled. Mark Pflanzer's home is already close to...
2014/11/21 12:17
2014/11/21 12:17
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Solomons Island’s usual busy tourist season falls during the summer, when travelers take part in the many water activities in the area. But for the past two weeks, the southern tip of the county was...
2014/11/20 23:17
2014/11/20 23:17
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When M.J. "Jay" Brodie was city housing commissioner from 1977 to 1984, he took his wintertime lunch breaks at the Charles Center ice rink in the Inner Harbor. "It was just fun," said Brodie, 78. "I...
2014/12/18 11:15
2014/12/18 11:15
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