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ATMs once the province of gamblers and prostitutes

Before they were a convenience accessible on almost every street corner, ATMs were a way for gamblers and prostitutes to get cash without having to deal with the embarrassment of facing a bank teller in person, according to Howard Bank’s ...

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Archaeologists uncover English ship remains in Md.

ST. MARY’S CITY — Archaeologists working with Maryland’s Historic St. Mary’s City museum believe they have discovered the remains of an English ship 10 feet below the St. Mary’s River surface, officials announced Thursday. Archaeologist Scott Tucker and a crew ...

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