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Plus, man faces charge in urination case by Art Modell’s grave.
The Maryland State Highway Administration said to anticipate lane closures.
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State health officials reminded citizens of summer safety precautions.
The latest on emergency notifications, road closures and more.
Several inches of rain have fallen, with more on the way.
Also from Maryland Patches—attempted rape of 98-year-old woman, challenging water rescue, rainstorm prep, rollover crash and more.
Find out why crews have chainsaws at the ready and which animals drivers should watch for on roads.
A man groping a jogger also made this week's list of eccentric police stories from Maryland Patches.
Awesome teacher, outstanding safety patroller and struggling family grateful for support were also among this week's uplifting stories from Maryland Patches.
Plus, Ravens schedule and canned art.
Plus, boy wants bullying charges dropped, bulldozers herald revitalization, athlete dead from apparent drug overdose and more.
Plus, a $100,000 fire, 9-year-old cancer survivor starts nonprofit and candidates' views on marijuana.
The State Highway Administration said nearly 1 mile of road would be improved.
Plus, a 9-year-old driver crashes a minivan, police fear missing girl dead, spicy rumors about McCormick, WOW houses and more headlines.
Plus, a coffee shop closes, police vehicle crashes and state evaluates snow days.
Plus, school gets TB testing, video of missing girl and odor permeates park.
Travel may be difficult during part of the winter weather advisory period.
Also, cops armed for heroin overdoses, nursing home fire and weirdness on the 911 line.
Snowfall could range from 4 to 10 inches, according to the National Weather Service.