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Some Marylanders Plan To Take Precautions As COVID-19 Positivity Rate Rises Above 3 Percent

BALTIMORE (WJZ) — For the fourth day in a row, Maryland reported more than 500 new COVID-19 cases and now the state positivity rate is above 3 percent, leading some to say it’s time to start being more careful. “I think that people should really start taking more precautions. Why risk it if you can avoid it?” said Moriah Nkosi of Baltimore. Three more people died from COVID and 25 more are now hospitalized with it. One doctor said that the rising number of cases is happening at a bad time for Maryland hospitals. “Right now our hospitals are very full. Most of the hospitals...
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Experts explain what's driving Maryland's increase of COVID-19 cases

Maryland's COVID-19 cases continue to trend in a troubling direction. In the data reported Sunday, the state added nearly 547 new COVID-19 cases, making it the fourth consecutive day that Maryland has reported more than 500 new daily infections. Experts said the state needs to get more people vaccinated as...
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UPDATE: Carlisle area manhunt suspect was wanted for homicide in Maryland

A man wanted in a homicide out of Maryland was arrested after a pursuit and manhunt through the Carlisle area Sunday. North Middleton Township Police said they have filed charges of fleeing police, resisting arrest, recklessly endangering another person, false identification and unauthorized use of a vehicle, against Tyliek Spence, 19, of Waldorf, Maryland.
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Montgomery County considers new indoor mask mandate

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Md. — As the Delta variant of the coronavirus continues to surge across the country, some local counties in the DC region are coming up with plans as to how they will combat the disease. On Thursday, the Montgomery County Council, sitting as the county Board of Health,...
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Top-Rated Mexican Restaurants Serving Delicious, Authentic Dishes in Manassas, VA

Famous for its battlefield, Manassas is also one of the best places to find authentic Mexican food in Prince William County.Tai's Captures/Unsplash. La China Poblana Taqueria is one of the best places to sample well-prepared, authentic Mexican cuisine. The friendly atmosphere is perfect for gatherings of family and friends. La China Poblana Taqueria is known for its friendly service and deep family values rooted in a love of food. The restaurant prides itself on serving high-quality, homemade Mexican cuisine with a smile.
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Montgomery County Police: Two Suspects Charged for December 2020 Armed Home Invasion Robbery in Bethesda

Detectives from the Major Crimes Division have arrested and charged Khalil Powers Zalmai (left picture), age 19, of the 6600 block of River Road in Bethesda with home invasion and armed robbery-related offenses for the December 11, 2020, armed home invasion robbery that occurred in Bethesda. Jaylen Gary Hunter (right picture) age 20, of the 13600 block of Colgate Way in Silver Spring, was previously charged and arrested for crimes related to this armed home invasion robbery. Investigators continue to work to identify two additional suspects in this crime.
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State Delegate Erek Barron Nominated as United States Attorney for the District of Maryland, White House Says

President Joe Biden has nominated a state delegate to serve as US Attorney for the District of Maryland, according to an announcement made by the White House. Erek L. Barron is a partner at the law firm of Whiteford Taylor & Preston LLP. He has also been a member of the Maryland legislature since 2015. From 2007 to 2009, Mr. Barron served as Counsel and Policy Advisor to then-Senator Joseph R. Biden on the United States Senate Judiciary Committee’s Subcommittee on Crime and Drugs.
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