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A computer model developed by Johns Hopkins University engineer predicts power outages expected from 'Frankenstorm' Sandy.
Cases of food-related illness increase during the summer months, according to the U.S. Department of Agriculture.
During the week of June 19-25, 325 people in Maryland were stricken with heat-related illness.
"I'm not in this race as the next step in my political career," the front-running Republican candidate said at an Arbutus forum.
The southwestern Baltimore County suburb of Arbutus is ideal for Romney's only visit to the state before the April 3 primary, a political leader says.
The governor declared a state of emergency and evacuated Ocean City.
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