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Authorities said money was sewn into handbags and flown with women across the country as payment for drug shipments.
Six years after losing his reelection bid in District 21, attorney John Giannetti is vying for a spot on the Annapolis City Council.
The 2012 Republican candidate for U.S. Senate is considering a run for governor.
Incumbent Rep. Donna Edwards won 75 percent of the vote against Republican Faith Loudon.
DREAM Act, expanded gambling and congressional redistricting also survive referendum challenges.
A tutorial on how to create real looking cuts and gashes for your halloween costumes.
Police & Fire, Volunteers in the News
Howard County police officers will be serving food to patrons of Red Robin on Saturday as part of a national event called Tip-A-Cop that raises money for the Special Olympics.
A Maryland law that takes effect Oct. 1 still requires kids younger than 8 to be in a safety seat, unless they are 4 feet 9 inches or taller.
Maryland drivers who fail to stop and check for pedestrians at nonfunctioning traffic signals will soon face larger fines and points on their licenses.
Area Giants are already gearing up for flu season by offering vaccinations for $30 per person.
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