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BALTIMORE (AP) Baltimore Gas + Electric says it's will be a slow process getting power restored to tens of thousands of central Maryland customers. Officials say the vast majority of customers still in the dark should have their power restored by late Saturday, but some outages will extend into Sunday.

ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) State Senator J.B. Jennings, who is an Air National Guardsman, has been called to duty. He'll will be on a federal training mission at Robbins Air Force Base in Georgia. The mission begins January 30th and ends April 30th.

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