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Posted at 06:44 AM ET, 08/04/2011

A.M. headlines around the region

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A hospital move could help Md.’s “Science Corridor.” Tuskegee Airmen’s plane takes a final flight and mouse droppings close the Walter Reed cafeteria. These are the morning headlines from around the region.

Hospital plans could boost Md.’s ‘Science Corridor’

Mouse droppings close Walter Reed cafeteria

Glover Park celebrates renovated Guy Mason Center

WAMU

Hearing loss can’t stop musicians’ beat

Tuskegee Airmen’s plane takes final flight

North Old Town’s transformation brings fresh challenges

NBC

D.C., Bethesda among geekiest cities

D.C. housing expenses offset by transportation savings

Baltimore Sun

Muck in Arundel’s Herring Bay irks marina, nearby residents

Man found with handgun at BWI

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