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Tens of thousands still lack power in mid-Atlantic

WASHINGTON — Nearly a week after deadly summer storms struck the mid-Atlantic area, tens of thousands of residents still remain without power. At 4 p.m. Friday, Pepco was reporting about 4,948 outages on its website. Most of the outages were ...

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Thousands still without power in mid-Atlantic

WASHINGTON — Thousands of residents are still struggling without power days after severe storms swept through the mid-Atlantic region. Pepco said it has restored power to more than 90 percent of its customers in Washington and Maryland suburbs since the ...

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Maryland health report shows increase in drug treatment

A new Maryland health department report shows a large increase in the number of residents who are receiving drug treatment. The Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene sent a report Wednesday to lawmakers on the number of residents receiving ...

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EBDI head walks out of City Hall during meeting

A meeting to address construction and communication problems between residents of Middle East and East Baltimore Development Inc. was abruptly halted Tuesday after two top executives from EBDI walked out when a reporter showed up. EBDI’s CEO, Christopher Shea, and ...

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Opinions – 10/11/11: U.S. District Court

Civil Procedure Personal jurisdiction BOTTOM LINE: District court did not have personal jurisdiction in a civil action against defendant membership organization, where organization’s only related business activity was operating a website used by members throughout the world, including some Maryland ...

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Middle East residents fear rising values will lift tax bills

Residents of Middle East met for the fourth time Thursday night with developers and officials at East Baltimore Development Inc. to discuss a new master plan for the 88-acre site. The meeting was at times tense, with charges of mistrust ...

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Expert links anxiety to Exxon Mobil leak

Jurors in Jacksonville residents’ mass-action lawsuit against Exxon Mobil Corp. received a refresher course of sorts Monday as the trial stemming from a massive gas station leak entered its third month. Dr. Abdul Malik, a Towson psychiatrist hired by The ...

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