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Top 5: ‘I have tremendous support’

State. Sen. Ulysses Currie was acquitted of all charges this week, and the owner of famed ‘Cafe Hon’ has decided to give up the trademark of the word ‘Hon,’ which caused much controversy earlier this year. Those stories and more ...

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Redskins fight ex-punter’s workers’ compensation claim

The Washington Redskins on Tuesday urged Maryland’s top court to sack prior decisions requiring the team to pay Maryland workers’ compensation benefits to ex-punter Tom Tupa, who suffered a career-ending back injury during preseason warm-ups at FedEx Field in Landover ...

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Real Estate Weekly – 9/23/11: Bridge replacement planning funds OK’d

Redskins’ stadium turns to solar power A new solar installation at FedExField in Landover — the home of the Washington Redskins — has been completed by NRG, one of the largest solar power developers in the United States. The 8,000-panel ...

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The Daily Record News Quiz: September 5 – 9

Have you been keeping up with The Daily Record’s news this week? Take our 10-question weekly news quiz in this fun, interactive feature. Leave a comment below and tell us how many questions you got right!

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Week in review: 9/9/11

Market reopening raises optimism This week, workers put the final touches on a $750,000 renovation of the Baltimore-owned Broadway Market in Fells Point, where a reopening ceremony of the southern section was scheduled for 11 a.m. Friday. Merchants expressed optimism that ...

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Haynesworth lawyer: Witness was offered cash for testimony

WASHINGTON — A prosecution witness in the misdemeanor sexual abuse case against Albert Haynesworth says he was offered $50,000 to testify against the former Washington Redskin, court records show. Haynesworth, who was traded to the New England Patriots last month, ...

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Study: State would lose $40M without NFL season

ANNAPOLIS — Maryland, which is home to two NFL football teams, would lose an estimated $40 million in tax revenues if the NFL’s season is canceled because of a labor dispute, a study by the Maryland comptroller’s office said Tuesday. ...

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Week in review: 6/16/11

Convention center project continues Overshadowed by plans for an expansion and a new hotel and arena, a $24.4 million renovation of the Baltimore Convention Center continues. The upgrade includes features to make it more energy- and water-efficient. Interior changes include new ...

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