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Flooding causes road closures throughout state

WASHINGTON — Heavy rainfall has flooded roads and swelled waterways in the mid-Atlantic region, posing challenges for the morning commute. In Annapolis, officials say the Annapolis dam has overflowed and nearby Route 450 was closed early Thursday. A number of other ...

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Prince George’s schools being assessed after quake

UPPER MARLBORO — Prince George’s County officials say 32 schools will remain closed for ongoing structural assessments following the East Coast earthquake. Officials say that after an initial review, the 32 schools were determined to require further review and will ...

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Schools in P.G. County, D.C. damaged by earthquake

HYATTSVILLE — Officials in Prince George’s County say 37 schools have sustained some sort of earthquake-related damage. The officials said Tuesday the damage was still being investigated, but that in addition to the schools, four high-rise apartment buildings have been ...

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Mount Rainier officer ordered held without bond

UPPER MARLBORO — A Prince George’s County judge has ordered a Mount Rainier police officer indicted on attempted murder and sex-offense charges to be held without bond. Prosecutors accuse 27-year-old Gene Gillette of shooting a man in his Capitol Heights ...

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New hospital planned for P.G. County (access required)

UPPER MARLBORO — A partnership among state and local leaders, educators and health care officials will bring a new hospital to Prince George’s County to revive the long-struggling public care system there. The deal was announced Thursday, beginning a study ...

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Johnson returns to work at Prince George’s County Council

UPPER MARLBORO — The wife of former Prince George’s County Executive Jack Johnson has returned to work at the county council. Leslie Johnson on Monday voted on several nominations, nearly a week after handing in her resignation letter. The council ...

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