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Jesse Colvin, the Democrat challenging Rep. Andy Harris in Md., accused of failing to claim rental p
A spokesman for the congressional candidate said the D.C. condo is owned by his wife and did not have to be on the report.

D.C. partners with college to offer associates degree to high schoolers in poorest neighborhoods
Bard College will open a school next fall that will allow students to graduate high school with a two-year college associate’s degree.

Rep. Andy Harris accused of ethical violation for failing to disclose wife’s income
Harris (R-Md.) says the omission cited by Democrats was an accident and has been corrected.

Suspect’s brother takes stand, denies involvement in D.C. quadruple slaying
Daron Wint, the sole person charged in the 2015 murder case, has argued that he is innocent in the killings at the Northwest Washington mansion, blaming his brothers for the crime.

Bail review postponed for Md. officer accused of ordering woman to perform sex act during traffic st
Ryan Macklin, 27, was on duty, in uniform and driving his marked police cruiser, police said.

Jesse Colvin, Rep. Andy Harris’s opponent, accused of failing to claim rental property
A spokesman for Colvin says the D.C. condo in question is owned by his wife and did not have to be on public disclosure forms.

Overnight tunneling for Purple Line leaves Montgomery residents desperate for sleep
State officials say they are sympathetic, but they do not plan to stop the noisy work on the light-rail line, which is allowed 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

In the shadow of the nation’s capital is Bob Ross Inc., where everything is ‘happy&#8217
The company that distributes all things related to the popular painter happily opened its doors to a writer who felt the need to get lost in his world of “happy little clouds” and “happy little trees.”

Neighbors voice concerns over student housing proposed for Dickinson site
Tue, 16 Oct 2018 00:45:00 -0400
More than 75 people packed into city hall Monday night to hear more details about a developer’s proposal to replace the University of Delaware’s Dickinson dorms with an off-campus student housing complex.

City, UD officials say Christina School District’s reputation hurts economic development in Newark
Thu, 18 Oct 2018 00:45:00 -0400
The perception and reputation of the Christina School District was thrust into the spotlight after several recent public meetings touched on the education system’s influence on the city.

Saints vs. Ravens first look: Scouting Baltimore on offense, defense, special teams
Tue, 16 Oct 2018 17:34:00 -0400
New Orleans Saints at the Baltimore Ravens in Week 7

Will ex-LSU QB Justin McMillan start for Tulane after bye? A Green Wave QB quandary
Tue, 16 Oct 2018 17:40:00 -0400
Infamously ruled an inch short of the goal line on a game-deciding scramble at SMU to end 2017, Jonathan Banks did not leave the sideline in the second half against Cincinnati on Oct. 6.

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