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The Peapod grocery pickup location will open in the late summer or early fall, along with a Giant gas station, a Giant Food spokesperson told Patch.
Lt. Gov. Anthony Brown said government funding probably won't cover the more than $2 billion price tag.
Jordan Cooper may be young, but he's not inexperienced, and he's running to be a delegate in the Maryland General Assembly.
Data from 2009 reveals that students have long struggled with final exams in MCPS math courses.
The state's spending and advocacy for cyclists earned it a high ranking from the League of American Bicyclists.
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The 1940s-themed restaurant opened this past week, according to its Facebook page.
At the second annual Conference on Combatting Human Trafficking, the governor noted inter-agency cooperation was key to success.
The Bethesda restaurant—which changed hands briefly earlier this year—was sold back to its previous owner, who says it will not be opened again.
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