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Patch brings you some of the week's more unusual headlines from around Maryland.
Police & Fire
Authorities are seeking to identify two masked men who held up All Saints Liquors at gunpoint May 4.
Schools, Volunteers in the News
The Mockingbird Foundation has supplied The Linwood Center with a grant for musical instruments.
Commencement ceremony dates wer announced later than usual due to Merriweather Post Pavilion's schedule.
Grace McComas, 15, was a Glenelg High School sophomore.
Despite an announcement earlier this year, the Post Office will continue its six-day delivery schedule.
Police have arrested the 25-year-old in connection with robberies at Exxon, 7-11
The former Elkridge resident is accused of killing his wife and burying her under a shed more than 20 years ago.
Temperatures are expected to approach 90 degrees.
The throwback drive-in burger joint is moving in on Route 40.
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