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Plus, job openings, Horseshoe Casino prep, road construction means delays, citizens on patrol and how to post on Patch. Our top MD posts.
Interested in blogging or posting an announcement on Patch's bulletin board? Step by step instructions.
A roundup of the week's top 10 most bizarre stories from Maryland Patches.
Plus, running for wounded vets, a local team in Ripken World Series, and casino and new school previews were among this week’s good news.
Just 24 hours left to nominate your everyday hero -- perhaps a coach or mentor -- for a prize package. Tell us how they made a difference.
The slow storm season has been a relief to many, but tropical weather tends to pick up right about…now.
Plus, real estate open houses, sheriff takes ice bucket challenge, water safe to drink, and Horseshoe Casino peek. Our top posts from MD.
Plus, youth leader sentenced, more ice bucket challenges, child shooting accomplice arrested, interstate crashes. Our top posts from MD.
Plus, a boardwalk pole dancer, WOW houses for sale, storm damaged roads, helping wounded vets and new spin on pizza. Our top posts from MD.
When The Game Stands Tall is coming to theaters Aug. 22.
When The Game Stands Tall is based on the true story of a California high school football team that won 151 consecutive games.
Walmart scraps plans for construction, guide to the Big 10 conference, BWI wins award for security and other stories from Maryland Patches.
Low-lying areas are at risk of flooding, National Weather Service reports.
Family finds body, business owner threatened over flag, roller coaster ride gets stuck, first homicide in city and other Maryland stories.
What movie will be playing at the Aspen Hill Library on Aug. 25? Find details here.
Get ready for one of the city’s oldest traditions as it travels through Olde Towne Gaithersburg.
See photos from Discovery Channel’s SHARK WEEK kick-off event in Silver Spring Friday.
Plus, business openings, a new art exhibit, volunteer options, fire departments honored and fighting cancer were top MD good news stories.
Prince George's names pink ambulance, Whole Foods makes video about Columbia and other stories from Maryland Patches.
Well-above average temperatures are expected this winter, along with even more snow than a year ago, says one forecaster.