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  1. Potomac businessman considers run for Senate next yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Dec 19 | The Baltimore Sun

    A Potomac businessman said Tuesday he is exploring an independent campaign for Senate next year partly out of frustration with partisanship in Congress. Neal Simon, the CEO of a Rockville-based financial services firm, would challenge incumbent Democratic Sen. Ben Cardin if he chose to run.

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  2. Hogan orders Maryland flag at half-staff for deputy chief fire marshal fatally struck by carRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 11, 2017 | The Baltimore Sun

    Gov. Larry Hogan has ordered the Maryland State Flag lowered to half-staff this week to honor Deputy Chief Fire Marshal Sander B. Cohen, who was fatally struck by a car on the shoulder of Interstate 270 in Montgomery County late Friday. Cohen, 33, had pulled over to help Supervisory Special Agent Carlos Wolff, 36, of the Central Investigative Division at FBI headquarters, who had crashed on the highway, when both men were hit and killed by a third vehicle, authorities said.

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  3. Medical marijuana finally available some places in MarylandRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 6, 2017 | The Baltimore Sun

    Just days after the first medical marijuana dispensaries opened in Maryland, limited supplies and technical difficulties mean little of the product is actually available. The state has licensed just 10 of an expected 92 dispensaries, and of those only six have opened - none in the Baltimore area, according to information provided by the companies to The Baltimore Sun or listed on their websites.

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  4. Maryland natives Brothers Osborne, Logic and Father John Misty earn Grammy nominationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 28, 2017 | The Baltimore Sun

    Deale natives and country duo Brothers Osborne - John Osborne and T.J. Osborne, photographed here performing at the CMA Awards on Nov. 8 in Nashville, Tenn - earned a Grammy nomination on Tuesday. Deale natives and country duo Brothers Osborne - John Osborne and T.J. Osborne, photographed here performing at the CMA Awards on Nov. 8 in Nashville, Tenn - earned a Grammy nomination on Tuesday.

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  5. Town of Bel Air recognized for sustainability effortsRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 6, 2017 | The Baltimore Sun

    Bel Air Town Commissioner Brendan Hopkins, left, and Kevin Small, town director of planning, show off the Sustainable Maryland Certified award the town received at the Maryland Municipal League conference last month. Bel Air Town Commissioner Brendan Hopkins, left, and Kevin Small, town director of planning, show off the Sustainable Maryland Certified award the town received at the Maryland Municipal League conference last month.

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  6. Wedded: For college sweethearts Alicia Besser and Eric Hansen, it all started at a partyRead the original story w/Photo

    Oct 20, 2017 | The Baltimore Sun

    HER STORY: Alicia Besser, 27, was born and raised in Reisterstown. She works as a first-grade teacher at Fallsmead Elementary School in Rockville.

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  7. Candlelight vigil honors Laura Wallen, who students say 'made every person feel special'Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 14, 2017 | The Baltimore Sun

    Candles, flowers and fond memories helped students of Howard County teacher Laura Wallen honor her memory Thursday night during a candlelight vigil outside Murray Hill Middle School in Laurel. A gathering of a few hundred students, parents and school staff quietly gathered around 7:30 p.m. outside the middle school's front doors, where a large poster board declared, "We love you, Ms.

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  8. Hogan renames Intercounty Connector in honor of EhrlichRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 7, 2017 | The Baltimore Sun

    Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan announced Thursday he has dedicated the Intercounty Connector to his former boss and friend, former Gov. Robert L. Ehrlich Jr. The two Republicans celebrated the dedication in Rockville beside the toll road, which Ehrlich fought to get built during his term a decade ago. Hogan served in Ehrlich's cabinet.

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  9. Stanford Kitchen to open in Owings MillsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 22, 2017 | The Baltimore Sun

    Seating 130 guests across 4,200 square feet, Stanford Kitchen will serve American cuisine in a smaller venue than the Stanford Grill locations in Columbia and Rockville. The restaurant will include an open kitchen and serve draft beers, specialty cocktails and a large selection of wines.

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  10. White Marsh Duck Donuts to offer eclipse-themed doughnutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 17, 2017 | The Baltimore Sun

    Duck Donuts locations, including the new shop in White Marsh, will offer a variety of eclipse-themed doughnuts for the upcoming solar event. Coated with chocolate and vanilla drizzles, Oreo crumbles, powdered sugar and other black-and-white toppings, Duck Donuts' "Eclipse Assortment" will include a dozen flavors meant to resemble the different stages of the eclipse.

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  11. Warren G. Sargent, a retired architect who enjoyed flying into his 80s.Read the original story w/Photo

    Aug 15, 2017 | The Baltimore Sun

    Warren G. Sargent, a retired architect, World War II veteran and aviator, who built and flew an airplane when he was in his 80s, died July 27 of a fractured hip at Casey/Montgomery Hospice in Rockville. "He was, I thought, an excellent architect.

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  12. Two killed in wrong way crash on Route 50 near AnnapolisRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 26, 2017 | The Baltimore Sun

    Two people were killed early Wednesday morning in an apparent wrong-way crash on Route 50 near Annapolis, shutting down the highway for several hours heading into the morning commute. Maryland State Police said that shortly after 2 a.m. police received calls about a vehicle traveling eastbound in the westbound lanes of Route 50 near the Severn River Bridge.

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  13. Duck Donuts is opening in White MarshRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 23, 2017 | The Baltimore Sun

    Topped with sprinkles, covered in bacon or dipped in powdered sugar, Duck Donuts is bringing its made-to-order doughnuts to Baltimore County. The North Carolina-based doughnut shop is opening at 5272 Campbell Blvd. in the Nottingham Square shopping center in White Marsh.

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  14. D.C. sniper asks for new sentencing in light of Supreme Court rulings on juvenilesRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 15, 2017 | The Baltimore Sun

    An attorney for a man who pleaded guilty in a series of 2002 sniper attacks that terrified the Washington region asked a judge Thursday to grant him a new sentencing hearing. Citing recent Supreme Court decisions against mandatory life without parole for juveniles, the attorney for Lee Boyd Malvo - who was 17 when he took part in the crimes - said his client should be given a chance to show he could be rehabilitated.

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  15. 'Real Housewives of Potomac' recap: Game night gone wrongRead the original story w/Photo

    May 1, 2017 | The Baltimore Sun

    In the extended trailer and the season premiere: the group attends Preakness; the ladies take a bikini-clad trip to some tropical locale; Gizelle Bryant and Charrisse Jackson-Jordan address bad-mouthing one another; Robyn Dixon moves into a new townhouse in Hanover and continues to work on her relationship with her ex-husband, Juan Dixon; Ashley Darby enters a dance contest and attempts to make her restaurant a success; empty nester Karen Huger looks for a new slightly downsized home; and Jackson-Jordan looks for happiness after her husband asks for a divorce. This week's episode of "The Real Housewives of Potomac" starts off with a cookout Monique is hosting to get to know the ladies better.

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  16. Rockville rape comments endanger Montgomery County kidsRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 30, 2017 | The Baltimore Sun

    In the 10 days since allegations of rape at a Rockville high school became talking points in the GOP's anti-immigration agenda, the Montgomery County school system has been flooded with telephone and email threats from around the country, demanding death for "illegals" and prison for educators. One caller talked about "shooting up" Argyle Middle School, and four schools - including Argyle, another middle and two elementaries - were forced into lockdown Wednesday for the students' safety.

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  17. Ministry of Father Divine had roots in BaltimoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 21, 2017 | The Baltimore Sun

    An elderly woman who rarely talked about her past died earlier this month in a lavish mansion outside Philadelphia, a mansion that was once the center of a religious movement that claimed anywhere from two to 10 million followers. Her death marks what will most likely be the closing chapter in a story with origins right here in Baltimore.

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  18. Suspects in Rockville rape case allowed to join relatives in Maryland after being detainedRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 23, 2017 | The Baltimore Sun

    Henry Sanchez-Milian, 18, is charged with the rape of a 14-year-old Rockville High School student. MUST CREDIT: Handout by Montgomery County Police Henry Sanchez-Milian, 18, is charged with the rape of a 14-year-old Rockville High School student.

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  19. Rockville home explosion: 'It's just a pile of bricks'Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 17, 2017 | The Baltimore Sun

    A house in a Maryland suburb of the nation's capital was leveled early Friday by a thunderous explosion heard for miles around, a blast that shattered windows and caused other damage to several neighboring homes, authorities said. A house in a Maryland suburb of the nation's capital was leveled early Friday by a thunderous explosion heard for miles around, a blast that shattered windows and caused other damage to several neighboring homes, authorities said.

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  20. Confederate statue to be removed from outside Maryland courthouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 1, 2017 | The Baltimore Sun

    A century-old statue of a Confederate soldier that stands outside a Maryland courthouse will be moved to private property. Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett said in a news release Tuesday that the county will cover the cost to relocate the bronze statue from the courthouse in Rockville to White's Ferry, a docking site on the Potomac River named for a Confederate general.

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