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Government, Police & Fire, Business
The fairly regular event at the Maryland State Fairgrounds drew an early line Friday and is expected to grow Saturday.
Government, Police & Fire
Follow Baltimore County Emergency Management at @BACOemergency on Twitter.
Government, Police & Fire, The Neighborhood Files
Patch recommends the best ways to keep in touch with the most up-to-the-minute information regarding Hurricane Sandy.
Elections, The Neighborhood Files
The incumbent Democrat met the challenging Republican for their first debate Monday at Warren Elementary.
The Maryland Public Service Commission has conducted a series of hearings as part of its investigation into how the state's utility companies responded to the storm.
Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger explains the benefits of "The Affordable Care Act."
Government, Volunteers in the News, Local Connections
Seven fallen Maryland servicemen and women were ushered into the Circle of the Immortals.
Gov. Martin O'Malley appeared optimistic at 8:30 p.m., but when the clock struck midnight his attitude shifted to anger.
Government, Local Connections
The Governor offers his take on the 2012 General Assembly with a specific focus on the budget, with just over an hour to the close.
Baltimore County State's Attorney Scott Shellenberger and anti-death penalty advocate Kirk Bloodsworth share their opinions about efforts in Annapolis to repeal the state's capital punishment law.
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