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After a garden was planted near the playground, teachers use fruits and vegetables in lesson plans to teach students about healthy eating.
Montgomery and Prince George’s county schools serve more fruits and vegetables, but students may not be eating them.
The Howard Country Housing Commission purchased the Beechcrest Mobile Home Park earlier this year.
Proceeds from the eighth annual Turkey Trot will go to Laurel Advocacy and Referral Services.
Old Line Fine Wine, Spirits, and Bistro on Route 1 is home to 1,000 brands of beer and 3,000 brands of wine.
Business, Local Connections
The tenant didn’t pay the rent, according to a notice on the door.
New Hope Baptist United Church of Christ will be "a welcome place for everyone,” says Rev. Kenneth King
The project would dovetail with a second housing complex slated for nearby, according to developer Joseph Rutter.
Government, Public Safety
Riders now required to have registration, helmet and goggles.
Schools, Local Connections
The Oct. 7 race begins at 9 a.m. at Riverfront Park to support First Generation College Bound.
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