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Businesses Adapting To Carryout Container Changes — October 8, 2020

Businesses Adapting To Carryout Container Changes October 8, 2020 By: Bethany Hooper Read the full article here.  BERLIN – With Maryland’s ban on foam food service products now in effect, resort and county officials said they were working to ensure[...]

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Maryland’s Foam Ban – September 30, 2020

Maryland’s Foam Ban September 30, 2020 By: Cheyenne Corin Watch the video here.  MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Md. (WDVM) — Restaurants in Maryland will no longer be able to sell food or beverages in Styrofoam containers. Following a three year effort with[...]

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Maryland To Ban Styrofoam Starting Oct. 1

Maryland To Ban Styrofoam Starting Oct. 1 September 30, 2020 By: Jacob Fenton Read the full article here. Foam food containers often end up as litter. C.K. Koay / Flickr  Styrofoam is cheap, sturdy and keeps your takeout warm. But it’s also[...]

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Here’s a Look at New State Laws Taking Effect on Oct. 1

Here’s a Look at New State Laws Taking Effect on Oct. 1 October 1, 2020 By: Philip Van Slooten Read the full article here. 2nd Lt. Richard Collins III was fatally stabbed at a University of Maryland, College Park campus[...]

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WHAT HAPPENS IF SOMEONE PHOTOCOPIES AN ONLINE BALLOT? — September 22, 2020

WHAT HAPPENS IF SOMEONE PHOTOCOPIES AN ONLINE BALLOT? September 22, 2020 By: Maryam Shahzad Read the full article here. In Maryland, residents will receive applications to request a mail-in ballot to vote in the November 2020 general election. Residents can[...]

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Sen. Cheryl Kagan & Del. Brooke Lierman: Farewell to Foam in Maryland — September 21, 2020

Sen. Cheryl Kagan & Del. Brooke Lierman: Farewell to Foam in Maryland September 21, 2020 By: Guest Commentary Read the full article here. Beginning Oct. 1, Maryland will become the first state to ban expanded polystyrene foam, or Styrofoam, food[...]

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Preakness won’t play Maryland’s state song, which celebrates Confederacy — September 12, 2020

Preakness won’t play Maryland’s state song, which celebrates Confederacy September 12, 2020 By: Chris Cwik Read the full article here.  The Preakness is finding a new tradition. For the first time since 1909, the song “Maryland, My Maryland” will not[...]

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Rockville Chamber Mix & Mingle 8-19-20

https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=324533412240675&extid=EZ4DJf5R3MqfgsXe[...]

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911 In The DMV: When Help Is Not On The Way — September 3, 2020

911 In The DMV: When Help Is Not On The Way September 3, 2020 Produced by Inés Rénique Read the full article here. Fire and EMS teams at the site of an emergency. DMV residents worry about recent cases of[...]

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Your ballot application will arrive any day now, Maryland. Then what? — August 31, 2020

Your ballot application will arrive any day now, Maryland. Then what? August 31, 2020 By: Emily Opilo Read the full article here.  Maryland’s much-awaited mail-in ballot applications have begun to arrive in voters’ mailboxes across the state. Before you fill[...]

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