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Lawyer: Manning’s hearing set in WikiLeaks case

WASHINGTON — The lawyer for a U.S. soldier suspected of passing thousands of classified documents to WikiLeaks says a military hearing has been scheduled to determine whether he will stand trial. Attorney David Coombs posted the information about Pfc. Bradley ...

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Frederick Co.’s Boyer is moving forward in tough times

With the objects of its doting less responsive during these days of economic malaise, Frederick County is following in the footsteps of many frustrated suitors — it’s going speed dating. Laurie M. Boyer, the county’s economic development director, will travel ...

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Baltimore sanitation yard gets gussied up

This week, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake joined Department of Public Works Director Alfred H. Foxx for the re-opening of the Northwest Sanitation Yard – gussied up to become the new “Super Citizen Convenience Center.” The center, at 2824 Sisson St., ...

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State officials mark end of BRAC

ANNAPOLIS — State and military officials are marking the end of a military base realignment process that is bringing thousands of jobs to Maryland. Thursday was the official deadline for moving 19,000 military jobs to Maryland at the direction of ...

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Real Estate Weekly – 8/19/11: Dunkin’ Donuts planned in Annapolis historic district

Dunkin’ Donuts planned in historic area Feelings in Annapolis are mixed about a proposed Dunkin’ Donuts store in the city’s historic district, the Capital newspaper reported. Todd Lalumiere, the operator of three Dunkin’ Donuts stores, wants to open the new ...

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New building opens at Fort Meade

A ceremony attended by high-ranking military officials and civilian lawmakers including U.S. Sen. Ben Cardin and Rep. John Sarbanes is scheduled Wednesday at Fort Meade to mark the official opening of the Defense Adjudication Activities facility, a new, 151,000-square-foot building ...

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NSA shares some secrets — on procurement

The National Security Agency isn’t exactly renowned for its openness, but on Monday, the spy agency shared with small business owners the secrets to getting a share of the millions of dollars of contracts it awards each year. Nearly 400 ...

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Dismissal and 6 months in prison for Army doctor who refused to deploy

An Army doctor who disobeyed orders to deploy to Afghanistan because he questioned President Barack Obama’s eligibility to be commander in chief was sentenced by a jury Thursday to six months in a military prison and dismissal from the Army. ...

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