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Government, Police & Fire
U.S. Route 50 heading east was closed around 4 p.m. near exit 13 for Maryland Route 301.
Police & Fire
Fire officials have not yet released the name of the female victim.
Police say that four suspects fought with each other in the parking lot after they were locked out of the Glen Burnie Royal Farms store by the clerks they were attempting to rob.
In recognition of National HIV Testing Day on June 27, the Department of Health encourages residents to get tested.
Volunteers in the News
The Providence Center will receive a check from the new Annapolis Lifestyle magazine on Tuesday.
An article in the Maryland Gazette on Saturday reported that Brian McDevitt, the Pasadena man who died in an accident earlier this year, had alcohol in his system and was excessively speeding.
Police & Fire, Schools
Navy Midshipman 1st Class Matthew Cook was found not guilty of sexually assaulting a former classmate on Friday in a court martial, according to The Capital.
Business, Local Connections
The Annapolis hhgregg store will accept used electronics Thursday through Saturday.
Meet Paula Sparks, vice president philanthropic of the Assistance League, a nonprofit organization that works to improve the lives of children and adults through community-based programs.
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