The massive uranium deposit — said to be the nation’s richest — was discovered decades ago along the state’s southern border, but in the 1980s the General Assembly prohibited mining because of concerns about radioactivity.
The Greater Washington Partnership has identified principles it says can guide elected and government officials to improve the reliability of the region’s roadways and reduce congestion while generating funding to pay for infrastructure.
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The Supreme Court justice received sustained applause for her attendance. And Broadway legend LuPone did a comic riff on “A Boy Like That” from “West Side Story.”
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The Class of 2021 completed the task in 2 hours 9 minutes, a time considered slow by several upperclassmen. But it was exactly the kind of climb many had come to see: A fight to the end. Bitter and challenging and definitely not pretty.
After a week of storms, the Potomac was churning with rapids.
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The eight candidates present still struggled to distinguish themselves in a crowded field.

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Tobacco was once an integral part of our culture, just like guns. Now? Not so much. There are lessons in that.

A prosecutor said Brian J. Wooden had 16 prior contacts with police, many of which included domestic assault.

The officer was answering a call for a suspicious vehicle, police said.

Many of the low-income, uninsured residents who would get care have jobs — or did before their health failed.

The County Council will consider a new proposal for funding legal representation for immigrants facing deportation.

The two shared a home with other family members, police said.

The climb by plebes began in 1940 and has become a viral Annapolis tradition.

Some education experts says that claim is no longer true.

She plans to appeal, while the lobbyist wants a protective order.

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Watkins Mill High journalists find three county high schools are named after slave owners.

A second man was wounded in the Oxon Hill incident.

Victim was found in a Fourth Street apartment.

Metro train service is back to normal on three rail lines, including the Green, Yellow and Blue, after earlier delays.

The best chances of rain comes Tuesday and the second half of the holiday weekend.

Mark was for consecutive days with at least a quarter-inch.

An employee at Nichols Hardware is accused making anti-gay slurs and refusing to help a Scout.

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