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In deadly gun store heist, burglars were warned cops were coming. They smashed in and grabbed weapon
Masked burglars rammed an SUV into a Maryland store to grab guns and run, similar to a burglary that occurred the day before.

Armed man made threats outside LGBT outreach center, D.C. police say
Authorities say the man demanded sex acts and then displayed the gun.

The murder of black transgender women is becoming a crisis
The number of reported hate crimes nearly doubled in D.C. in the past two years. It’s become so pronounced in this country that the American Medical Association flagged the pattern.

Little Free Pantries are like Little Free Libraries — but with food
The idea for the Little Free Pantry is simple: Anyone can build one, anyone can add food and anyone can take food. More than 600 of the pantries have popped up across the country in the past three years.

Supreme Court upholds Virginia’s decades-old ban on uranium mining
The case centered on a fight over an untapped deposit beneath an old plantation just north of the Virginia-North Carolina border.

Supreme Court dismisses challenge to findings of racial gerrymandering in Va.
The decision could give an advantage to the state’s Democrats. All 140 seats in the state legislature are on the ballot this fall, and the GOP holds two-seat majorities in both the House and the Senate.

ASPIRA Academy to open high school in 2020
Mon, 17 Jun 2019 17:19:00 -0400
Just two years after Las Américas ASPIRA Academy finished its expansion in a former warehouse on Ruthar Drive, the school is taking the next step: opening a high school.

Hagerstown’s Lobley, Myers make most of trip to soccer-mad Scotland
Tue, 11 Jun 2019 14:51:00 -0400
Drew Lobley and Nathan Myers visited Scotland this spring, playing for an Olympic Development Program U13 team representing Maryland.

Cowboys kick off minicamp
Tue, 11 Jun 2019 19:17:00 -0400
The Cowboys have completed their nine OTA practices and have now moved onto the three-day minicamp, which began Tuesday morning at The Star.

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