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Maryland WeatherWhile it may be mostly freezing rain here, those traveling to the Boston area on Saturday for the Ravens game on Sunday will see more weather action from a fast-moving storm coming from the Midwest that will dump snow and......
Maryland WeatherSo the Baltimore area missed out on the holiday weekend snow, which hit Virginia and southern Maryland on Sunday. Weather spotters in Saint Mary's County reported snow amounts of between 1 and 2.5 inches. But that was nothing compared to......
Who's on Team Gloucester?Jay Scudder, the former Gloucester County planning director, has been hired as county administrator in Fluvanna County. Scudder left Gloucester in May 2008 in the turbulent months after the infamous Jan. 2-3 Board of Supervisors meeting to become the...
Maryland WeatherOur little one-day "heat wave" has pushed temperatures near Baltimore into the 80s this afternoon. The official thermometer at BWI-Marshall Airport stood at 81 degrees just before 5 p.m. That seemed likely to stand as the day's high, but was......
Maryland WeatherOne of the fascinating things about springtime weather in these parts is the battle between persistent cold air to our north and rapidly warming air to our south. And today provides a terrific example.With a low-pressure system approaching from the...
Tags: Weather, Pennsylvania, Snow Storms, New York, Weather Reports
Maryland WeatherThe noontime temperature at BWI-Marshall Airport was 65 degrees, the wamest reading there since Nov. 23. It was 64 here at Calvert and Centre streets, 66 at Washington's Reagan National Airport, 63 at Dulles International, 65 at Charlottesville, Va. and.....
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Who's on Team Gloucester?In the budget year that ended on June 30, 2006, Gloucester taxpayers paid $11,085.06 for Supervisor Teresa Altemus to travel to various national and state meetings, according to county records. By comparison, the second-highest amount of travel expenses...
The SwampGood morning. Washington celebrates the Fourth of July like every other American city---with fireworks. The massive display of color and booming rockets---2,800 shells weighing 14,000 pounds---is held on the National Mall near the Washington Monument,...
The Swampby Mark Silva In the assemblage of material that might measure, in perhaps some predictive manner, the legacy which President George W. Bush will leave, some focus squarely on the Bush administration's tactical response to the terrorism of Sept. 11,......
Reality CheckLast night's America's Next Top Model did not disappoint.The show had a futuristic theme. Semi-finalists went to the 'Top Model Institute Of Technology' to see if they made the cut (all wore futuristic, form-fitting body suits). Miss J Alexander, Mr.........
The Swampby Laura Olson The problem isn't whether college students want to vote -- it's whether they can maneuver through a complicated system, activists told the Committee on House Administration at a hearing this afternoon. Lawmakers listened to testimony from...
Spin CycleFrom Bloomberg: Michigan and Georgia lost the most jobs in September, led by a slump in employment at government agencies and manufacturers as the slowdown spread through the U.S. economy. "The count in Michigan dropped by 28,300 employees last month........
Tags: University of Virginia, Polls, John McCain, Tennessee, Georgia
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