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WILLIAMSPORT, Md. (AP) Police say traffic is moving on the shoulder of northbound Interstate 81 after an accident closed both lanes. Maryland State Police say a tractor-trailer carrying carpet overturned just after 9 a.m. today as a result of two-vehicle accident.

CUMBERLAND, Md. (AP) A state delegate says Natural Resources Secretary John Griffin plans to meet publicly with western Maryland lawmakers about the ban on alcoholic beverages in state forests. Allegany County Democrat Kevin Kelly says Griffin plans to meet in the district with state lawmakers representing Allegany, Garrett and western Washington counties.

BALTIMORE (AP) A week ago, the Boston Red Sox were trying to turn around a sluggish start to the season. A timely series with the team owning the worst record in baseball provided the spark they needed. The now-surging Red Sox look to continue their dominance of the Baltimore Orioles as they open a three-game series at Camden Yards tonight.

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