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Posted at 06:49 AM ET, 08/09/2011

A.M. headlines from around the region

A new school is proposed in D.C. Mold levels creep up around the region and Baltimore will begin allowing users to check out Nooks at libraries. These are the morning headlines from around the region.

Examiner

Commission staff: Pepco should have cut more trees

New middle school proposed for Ward 3

Va. Democratic primary takes another nasty turn

Commuter train crews rest daily in hotels

Officials: Prince George’s jobs bills would cancel each other out

WUSA

Concussion courses required for Va. student athletes

WJLA

Mold in D.C. nearing year-long peak

Recording the history of Md.’s roads

WTOP

Father Hurley Boulevard grows, namesake ‘very much alive’

Baltimore Sun

Baltimore libraries will soon lend Nooks in addition to books

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