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Posted at 06:43 AM ET, 08/12/2011

A.M. headlines from around the region

Descendants of slaves are sueing Montgomery County to get addresses for land that was formerly a plantation. A road work mistake costs $10,000 and the Verizon strike is slowing down some line repairs. These are the morning headlines from around the region.

Examiner

Descendants of slaves sue MoCo for addresses

Metro top lieutenant earns $30K housing bonus

Mark Center workers urged to brown-bag it

NBC 4

Md. representative stands against chimp research

August motorcycle ride to honor 9/11 victims

WTOP

D.C. resident lives in floating house on the Potomac

Rock Creek reversal: $10K in roadway work to be erased

1 year later: No charges in Leesburg serial stabbings

Baltimore Sun

Clear televisions help occupy Md. prisoners, keep out contraband

Flu vaccinations pushed for Maryland hospitals

Verizon strike slows phone line repairs

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