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Zumiez store to free after deadly shooting

April 20, 2014 Columbia No Comments
The Columbia Mall Zumiez store will free in a entrance weeks, months after a lethal sharpened in that dual store employees were killed by an armed teen. Howard County military pronounced Darion Marcus Aguilar, 19, went into a Zumiez store in a mall and killed dual employees, Brianna Benlolo, 21, and Tyler Johnson, 25, before branch a gun on himself on Jan. 25. Aguilar had a mindfulness with a Columbin

Municipal and Stark County Courts: Cases sealed Apr 4-11

April 20, 2014 Germantown No Comments
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Sucked into a spiral of mislaid rings and their supernatural rediscovery

April 20, 2014 Waldorf No Comments
I never modernized to that level, though we was reminded of these tricks when we spoke with John Eichelberger of Burke. John’s been reading my continuing series of amazing reunions, where we news how some mislaid object has been miraculously found. He figured his story competence kick them all. Two years ago John’s wife, Mary, and daughter, Allison, were in New York City for a dance competition. The span took

Blue Crabs start seventh season

April 20, 2014 Waldorf No Comments
The heartless winter appears to have finally done a exit. It’s time to mislay a tarp and play ball! Season Seven for a Southern Maryland Blue Crabs is about to begin. The bar opens during home Thursday, Apr 24 opposite Bridgeport. Players collected during a park for media day. In further to signing merchandise, a players had cinema taken in uniform. The Blue Crabs play in a Atlantic League, an eccentric circui

Samuel Jones named to CSM Board of Trustees

April 20, 2014 Waldorf No Comments
Maryland Gov. Martin J. O’Malley has allocated Samuel C. Jones of Calvert County to a College of Southern Maryland Board of Trustees. A proprietor of Dunkirk, Jones is a multiplication arch of Economic Programming with a U.S. Census Bureau. In further to his renowned career use of 33 years with a Census Bureau, he is active within his village and in building girl leaders. “My day pursuit is in information t

3 harmed after celebration in Potomac

April 20, 2014 Rockville No Comments
ROCKVILLE, Md. — Montgomery County Police contend 3 people were harmed after a celebration in Potomac. Police contend they were called to a home on Alloway Court around 1 a.m. Saturday for a news of a stabbing. An review suggested that a celebration had been hold during a home progressing in a dusk though was close down after uninvited guest entered a residence. Guests apparently congregated outward a

Garden bar to debate Bowie greenhouses

April 20, 2014 Aspen Hill No Comments
The Bowie-Crofton Garden bar is holding a debate of a internal hothouse as partial of a monthly meeting. The Garden Club meets during 7 p.m. Tuesday during a Patuxent Nursery, 2410 N. Crain Highway in Bowie to take a debate of a nursery’s greenhouses, pronounced Karen Woolfley, bar spokeswoman. Rich Buller, bar member and orator during a meeting, pronounced in an email to The Gazette t

Girls Lacrosse: Steele seals a understanding in Severn’s 15-6 win

April 20, 2014 Severn No Comments
Posted: Sunday, Apr 20, 2014 12:01 am Girls Lacrosse: Steele seals a understanding in Severn’s 15-6 win By T.C. CAMERON [email protected] CapitalGazette.com Caroline Steele done certain Severn’s girls lacrosse matchup with Queen Anne’s wasn’t most of a competition on Saturday. The assailant outscored a Lions

Police brand male who died after boating on a Severn River

April 20, 2014 Severn No Comments
Posted: Sunday, Apr 20, 2014 12:00 am Police brand male who died after boating on a Severn River By TIM PRUDENTE [email protected] CapitalGazette.com CROWNSVILLE – Police have identified a male who died Friday after pang a medical puncture and descending from a vessel into a Severn River. Frederick Ervin Jr. of Sev

Patterson Park puncture uncovering traces of War of 1812 company camp, defenses

April 20, 2014 Catonsville No Comments
When Samuel Smith, vital ubiquitous of a Maryland militia, indispensable a domicile to tract Baltimore’s invulnerability from British invaders in a summer of 1814, archaeologists trust he called on a owners of a emporium that gives Butcher’s Hill a name. Jacob Laudenslager leased most of what is Patterson Park currently from landowner William Patterson, including a butcher’s emporium stairs from w


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