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Families accused of residency fraud re-enroll at Duke Ellington School of the Arts
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The city has not made final determinations on most of the 164 cases.

Two gubernatorial candidates. One clambake. No interaction.
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Md. Gov,. Larry Hogan has attended the event for decades. Democratic challenger Ben Jealous was there for the first time.

D.C. officials report 100 overdose patients in four days
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Fire medics are treating patients for symptoms related to K2 or similar synthetic drugs.

Ben Jealous gets warm welcome from Rushern Baker, his vanquished party rival
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Democratic gubernatorial nominee visits Prince George’s County executive to tout economic development.

Tentative construction options unveiled for Maryland’s ambitious plan to widen the Beltway and I-270
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Fifteen preliminary options include the addition of congestion-priced toll lanes as well as dedicated bus lanes that would address traffic congestion on the two major highways. 

Some Maryland residents will pay more for water under new WSSC pricing system
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A new pricing system will result in lower water and sewer bills for larger households and higher bills for residents who live alone, the utility said.

Families accused of residency fraud re-enroll at Duke Ellington School of the Arts
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District officials said in May that 164 students — nearly 30 percent of its student body — were suspected of living outside the city while claiming to be D.C. residents, a move that the city says allowed them to attend the prestigious school free of charge.

D.C. police recover car used in shooting death of 10-year-old Makiyah Wilson
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The black, four-door Infiniti was recovered in Prince George’s County, but D.C. police said they still need the public’s help in identifying and locating the shooters.

‘Brotherhood’ of arm wrestlers forms in an unexpected place: A Russian immigrant’s
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The men in the group come from across the D.C. area and as far as Pennsylvania. “People don’t view arm wrestling as the sport it is,” he explained. “It takes about a year to get your joints and tendons ready.”

Durham’s Best Barbeque abruptly closes
Wed, 18 Jul 2018 00:00:00 -0400
The popular Durham’s Best Barbeque, located just over the state line in Elkton, Md., has closed permanently due to the illness of its owner, Ron Durham.

Ballot set for local, statewide races this fall
Thu, 19 Jul 2018 00:00:00 -0400
This fall is shaping up to be a busy election season, with a number of local races as well as statewide races for senate, representative in congress, attorney general, state treasurer and auditor.

Newark’s Food and Brew Festival to mark 15th year Saturday
Thu, 19 Jul 2018 01:00:00 -0400
Newark’s Food and Brew Festival will mark its 15th year on Saturday.

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