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Business, Sports, Elections, The Neighborhood Files, Awareness
Wade Dauberman returns to College Park, having cycled every day from Florida, to raise awareness of the disease that killed his father.
University of Maryland freshman Raaheela Ahmed, 18, will challenge incumbent Verjeana Jacobs in November.
Slow going at the polls is the name of the game in Prince George's County so far today.
Find Tweet and photo updates in one place, right here on Patch, when Ron Paul's town hall at the University of Maryland begins.
Business, Elections, Local Connections, Awareness
The city's planning staff approves of the changes developers made to their plans for office space and a parking garage at the M Square Research Park.
Council hopes it'll cut down confusion, encourage voter turnout. Chief of election supervisors said it'll cost.
It's an agenda item for Tuesday's Mayor and Council work session.
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Chief Election Supervisor says that's not surprising, since no students ran for office.
Of all registered voters in the city, 7.7 percent voted in Tuesday's election.
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