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The Trump administration issued new guidance outlining which restrooms transgender students can use in schools, angering LGBT rights groups and adding uncertainty to a widely discussed case that is poised to come before the…
02.23 / 02:20
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A Westminster man is being held without bail after he allegedly stabbed a woman and strangled her. Christopher Alan Hamilton, 32, of the unit block of Wimert Avenue, was charged with one count of first-degree assault, three counts of second-degree assault and one count of possessing a…
School officials maintain support for diversity, inclusivity while standing by…
A Taneytown man was charged with second-degree assault after he allegedly attacked a 17-year-old girl. Nicholas Ray Blanton, 32, of the unit block of York Street, was charged with one count each of second-degree assault, disorderly conduct, disturbing the peace and intoxicated endangerment.…
Researchers at Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health recommend that Baltimore turn to an unorthodox way of dealing with its heroin epidemic by opening two facilities that provide people a safe place to do…
02.23 / 02:04
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Looney's Pub in Canton was shut down after multiple inspection violations, according to the Baltimore City Health…
02.23 / 02:04
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No appeal has been filed of this week's decision by the U.S. 4th Circuit Court of Appeals which upheld Maryland's 2013 ban on 45 assault weapons. Plaintiffs are considering an appeal to the U.S. Supreme…
02.23 / 02:04
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Activists opposed to President Donald Trump interrupted a public meeting Wednesday and called on Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan to take a stand against his…
02.23 / 02:04
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Ivanka Trump and the newly confirmed head of the Small Business Administration met with about a dozen business owners in Baltimore on Wednesday to discuss urban entrepreneurship, a person familiar with the meeting told The Baltimore Sun. The meeting, which was not announced beforehand, took…
02.23 / 01:50
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Republican Gov. Larry Hogan's administration is refusing to compromise with Democrats on a controversial transportation scoring law, demanding its full repeal before they entertain anything else. "We can't salvage this law," Transportation Secretary Pete K. Rahn told the Senate Budget and…
02.23 / 01:50
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Traditional hotels are making a push to require people who rent out their homes to guests to pay the same taxes and follow many of the same regulations that they do. A bill before the Maryland General Assembly, backed by the hotel industry, is aimed at regulating short-term rentals through…
02.23 / 01:50
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Liberty junior headed to Annapolis to join…
Diane Bongiovanni, the director of patient care at Sinai Hospital, received a Department of Defense Patriot Award for supporting National Guard and Reserve employees. U.S. Army Reserve Cpt. Troy Modisette, a Sinai psychiatry manager, nominated her. The award was presented by Jean Hulet, state chair of the Maryland Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve.…
02.23 / 00:56
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President Donald Trump’s administration on Wednesday reversed an Obama policy requiring that public schools allow transgender students to use the bathroom that corresponds with their gender i…
02.23 / 00:54
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The Trump Administration's immigration crackdown is causing concern on Maryland's Eastern…
02.23 / 00:54
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Also attending were Linda McMahon, who heads the Small Business Administration, and Dina Powell, an assistant to the president and senior counselor for economic…
02.23 / 00:54
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Sparks Group, a temporary staffing and recruiting service provided headquartered in Rockville, was recognized as a winner in the 2017 Best of Staffing Client and Talent Awards. Less than two percent of staffing agencies in North America receive this award, according to a news release. “We are honored to receive this recognition from the larger […
02.23 / 00:09
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Here are some of our picks for arts and entertainment this weekend, check the MyMCMedia calendar for more choices. Art: The Cabin Fever exhibit at Kentlands Mansion is on display through April 14. This juried mixed-media exhibit features works by members of the Art League of Germantown. The Mansion at Strathmore has three new exhibits…
02.23 / 00:09
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Some of Montgomery County’s top politicians will take part in a town hall meeting Sunday, led by the Takoma Park Mobilization, that will discuss how to challenge President Trump. Rep. Jamie Raskin will speak on “One Nation Under the Constitution: How the People and Congress Can Stop a Lawless President,” according to a flier advertising [R…
02.23 / 00:09
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Did you see the movie “An Affair to Remember”? Note to young people: Watch it. I saw the Cary Grant version many times in my youth. Harry discussed the movie’s music in the first of two articles below. He wrote the articles for his community newsletter in Leisure World, Silver Spring, MD, when he was [R…
02.23 / 00:09
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