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Monthly Archives: December 2007

Police perspective on combating gangs

After writing today’s feature on Montgomery County’s Gang Prosecution Unit, I had a chance to speak with 18-year veteran Capt. David Gillespie, director of the county police department’s special investigations division, about the police perspective on the prosecutor office’s new ...

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Three… two… one… GREEN!

To those of you who cringe at the holidays’ blinding consumption of precious energy, you’ll be glad to hear that the 100 year-old Times Square ball is celebrating its centennial by going green. Almost 10,000 energy-efficient replacement bulbs will use ...

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Three… two… one… GREEN!

To those of you who cringe at the holidays’ blinding consumption of precious energy, you’ll be glad to hear that the 100 year-old Times Square ball is celebrating its centennial by going green. Almost 10,000 energy-efficient replacement bulbs will use ...

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Missed cancer diagnosis not negligence

A 20 percent to 30 percent decrease in a cancer patient’s chances of survival as a result of alleged medical malpractice is not enough to sustain a lawsuit after the patient dies, a divided Court of Special Appeals has held.

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