Maryland Conservation Corps workers, from left, Andria Neff, Jeremy Pearson and Ashlee Crawford remove a hazardous tree Tuesday from the Rocky Gap State Park campground. The project began Friday with crews removing about 100 trees. The Conservation Corps, an extension of AmeriCorps, engages young adults in natural resource management and park conservation projects.
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Old TNT, blasting caps found on Garrett property
Deteriorating TNT and blasting caps dating back to 1960 were disposed of safely by the State Fire Marshal’s Bomb Squad after the explosive devices were discovered in a storage area of a residence on North Hill Road.
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WASHINGTON — Wal-Mart will reduce prices on 10 percent more items this year, said Steve Bratspies, the company's executive vice president for U.S. general merchandise.
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Police are seeking information concerning a hit-and-run property damage incident that occurred Monday in the 700 block of Park Street.
Wallet taken from unlocked vehicle
Thieves stole a wallet containing several credit cards and cash from a vehicle left unlocked in a convenience store parking lot, according to Maryland State Police.
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Prince George’s County officials on Monday approved a building plan for a $925 million MGM Resorts International casino and hotel near the nation’s capital on an 8-1 vote, paving the way for MGM to get the permits needed to begin construction.
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