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Could a school for children with addiction return to Maryland?

Editor’s Note: An earlier version of this item incorrectly stated the source of a report about the cost of the renewed program. The report came from Montgomery County Public Schools. And a mention of continuing the Phoenix program in students’ ...

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Langley Park tests relationship with Prince George’s County

LANGLEY PARK — For decades, Prince George’s County had been criticized for neglecting Langley Park, a transient, low-income Latino neighborhood on its far northwest border. That impression began to change in 2012, when Prince George’s County Executive Rushern L. Baker ...

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Md. lawmakers seek to improve ballot security

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland legislators learned last week the state’s electronic balloting system may need better security measures to protect voters’ information and that the lawmakers must be the ones to add those protections. The state’s electoral board told lawmakers Sept. ...

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Is the political war on rural Maryland dead?

Editor’s Note July 19, 2017: An earlier version of this story misidentified the Harford County Executive. He is Barry Glassman. ANNAPOLIS — In 2009, former Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley closed the visitor center at the Sideling Hill cut, the symbolic ...

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