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Report cards will still be go out on Nov. 16, as previously scheduled.
The grocery chain said the product may contain pieces of plastic that could pose a choking hazard.
There were still widespread outages in Gambrills and Crofton, but much of Odenton and Severn was back on.
Gambrills resident Bryan Hagan has gone all-out with a Halloween light display set to music.
It takes a long time to visit every section and aisle of the new Wegmans store. But you can check it all out in about one minute.
Police & Fire, Halloween
Extra police officers will patrol in Anne Arundel County on Halloween.
Parents are urged to use caution when getting their children to bus stops on Wednesday.
Police & Fire
Annapolis Road is blocked near Gambrills Road, and there are lights dark along Route 3.
As of 2 p.m., officials from the utilities company report that power has been restored to more than 133,000 customers.
To make up for lost time in early voting because of Hurricane Sandy, Gov. Martin O’Malley announced that early voting will take place through Friday with extended hours at the polls.
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