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Dates Set For Maryland Democratic Debates

Maryland Democrats will hold three gubernatorial debates before the June primary.

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New DC Laborfest To Celebrate Area Workers

The DC Labor Filmfest is being expanded this year to be part of a broader DC Laborfest, putting the spotlight on labor in the D.C. area.

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Salisbury University Suspends Another Fraternity

The fraternity, the third currently under suspension at Salisbury, is accused of sexually graphic and demeaning behaviors.
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On Saturday, Sculptures Will Race Across Baltimore — And Mediocrity Is The Goal

For the groups that will race movable sculptures across Baltimore on Saturday, being called "mediocre" isn't an insult — it's a badge of honor in the annual Kinetic Sculpture Race.
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Long Winter Leads To Fewer Crabs In The Chesapeake Bay

An annual survey by marine scientists shows a significant drop in the number of spawning-age female blue crabs in the Chesapeake Bay.
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Ocean City Smoking Ban Delayed Until 2015

A planned smoking ban for Ocean City has been delayed by a year over concerns that imposing it this summer would have negative consequences for the vacation hotspot.
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Door To Door: Lake Barcroft, Virginia and Fort Washington Estates, Maryland.

It's our weekly trip around the region. This time around we visit Lake Barcroft, Virginia and Fort Washington Estates, Maryland.
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Maryland Health Insurance Enrollments Fall Short Of Expectations

Newly released figures show that Maryland fell far short of projections enrolling residents for private insurance through its troubled health exchange, even as national enrollment figures exceed expectations.
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Prince George's County Police Say They Will Live-Tweet A Prostitution Sting

The Prince George's County Police Department is taking an unorthodox step in its fight against prostitution — it will live-tweet a sting.
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Heavy Rains Bring Flooding, Evacuations In Prince George's

Heavy rains on Wednesday swamped area waterways, forcing the WSSC to open the floodgates on the T Howard Duckett Dam, forcing evacuations and flooding many areas of Laurel, Maryland.