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CSA revives suit over Montgomery County storm system

A Maryland appeals court has revived a water-pollution lawsuit over a municipal storm system permit the state issued to Montgomery County in 2009, saying the environmental groups who brought the claim can sue because one of their members is an “avid paddler” in the allegedly polluted Potomac River.

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Real Estate Weekly – 12/9/11: Baltimore County expands small business loan fund

County expands small business loan fund Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz announced on Wednesday that five more banks have joined the Baltimore County Small Business Loan Partnership, bringing total commitments to the loan fund to $12.35 million from 20 financial ...

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Flawed concrete used in I-70, I-95 projects

A Hagerstown man has acknowledged he approved substandard concrete products used in construction projects on Interstate 70 and the Capital Beltway. U.S. Attorney Rod Rosenstein says 32-year-old Santos Rivas pleaded guilty Monday in U.S. District Court in Baltimore to three ...

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Lee could bring major flooding along upper Potomac

HAGERSTOWN — The remnants of Tropical Storm Lee could cause major flooding along the upper Potomac River starting Wednesday night, the National Weather Service said. The flood watches prompted the National Park Service to close campgrounds, boat ramps and visitor ...

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Lee’s remnants prompt Md. flooding concerns

HAGERSTOWN — The remnants of Tropical Storm Lee are beginning to affect Maryland travelers and businesses. The Maryland Transit Administration says MARC Brunswick Line trains Tuesday afternoon may run 10 to 20 minutes late as trains operate at reduced speeds ...

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