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Dozens of new Maryland laws to take effect on Friday

Dozens of new laws passed in the 2021 Maryland legislative session will take effect on Friday. The bills cover a variety of topics ranging from police reform — which was at center stage this year — to racial equity and gun sales.

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National Aquarium Is Offering Free Ticke...

Free admission will be given to anyone who gets a vaccine during the National Aquarium clinics in August and September.

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Take a Bite Out of Hagerstown's 42nd Ann...

Leitersburg Ruritan Club's peachy event features food, games, and a 5K run for charity!

Events
Visit the Kennedy Center: Indian Culture at 'Raga at the REACH'

The Kennedy Center is hosting a free 3-day festival in celebration of Indian music, arts, and dance.

Events
10 Things You Have to Do in the DMV This...

Check out what's happening in DC, Maryland, and Virginia for the weekend roundup for Friday, August 6 to Sunday, August 8.

Events
Did You Know That The Washington Monumen...

Unknown to most people, there's a 12-foot replica of the gigantic monument hidden from sight directly nearby.

Local Culture
3 Places to Pick the Sweetest Maryland Peaches This Summer

Is there anything better than a tree-ripened peach? Maryland is dotted with family farms just waiting for you to come out and pick some, so put on the sunscreen and head out!

Attractions
Postal Service Honors Maryland Lighthous...

Five stamps will be dedicated at Annapolis' Susan Campbell Park next month.

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DC Restores Indoor Mask Mandate as Delta...

DC residents must wear masks indoors beginning Saturday, July 31 at 5 a.m.

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5 Things People Moving to DC Should Know

D.C. has more to offer than scandal and politics. If you're moving to D.C., here's what you need to know.

Local Culture
The 6 Commandments of 'Slugging'

Slugging is little more than organized hitchhiking. Unique to the D.C. region, it brings scores of commuters to huddle in shuffling masses, just waiting for the right offer.

Automotive
Fried Chicken Chain Roaming Rooster to O...

The DC-based eatery arrives in the fall at Pike & Rose shopping center.

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State Articles
Wayward Zebra Found Dead in Illegal Snar...

The state’s Natural Resources Police said they did not know who had set the illegal trap on private property in Upper Marlboro, about 20 miles southeast of Washington.

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Follow the 'Trail of Jack-O-Lanterns' for All-Ages Halloween Fun ...

Bask in the luminous glow of carved pumpkins at Green Meadows Petting Farm!

Attractions
Christmas Village Returning to Baltimore...

The German Christmas Market opens for the season on November 25, 2021.

Events
Holiday Lights in Maryland: 'Garden of L...

The popular Montgomery County park has announced the return of “Garden of Lights," which will begin on November 19.

Events
This Maryland City Was Just Named the Safest City in America for ...

This is the fourth year in a row Columbia has placed at the top of the list.

Local News
Our Marylanders Then: Edgar Allan Poe

Is there anyone who understands the dark side of human nature better than Edgar Allan Poe? Did you know Edgar Allan Poe had significant connections to Baltimore, Maryland?

Local Culture
Maryland Mansions: An Epic Cambridge Lod...

How would you like to own a big chunk of the state? If you need room to roam, then this week's featured listing might just be for you. With over 1300 acres of land and a spacious, rustic lodge, the possibilities are endless.

Real Estate
Do You Really Need to Rake Up Those Leaves?

The dreaded fall chore of raking up fallen leaves may actually be doing more harm than good. Step away from the rake, and see what the experts have to say.

Home & Garden
Public Emergency Order in DC Extended to...

On Thursday, October 7, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser announced that she has extended the public emergency order. It was set to expire last Friday but has been extended to January 7, 2022.

Local News
FBI arrests Maryland engineer and wife f...

The Federal Bureau of Investigation arrested a Maryland couple on Saturday for attempting to sell "restricted data" on the design of nuclear-powered warships, the Justice Department reported.

News
6 Things to Do If You're Stuck in Dulles International Airport

"Boring" doesn't need to describe your layover at Dulles International Airport.

Travel
2 Beloved Polar Bears to Depart Maryland...

The half-sisters will relocate to new zoos to "further enhance their growth and development into fully mature adult bears."

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National Articles
Popeyes and Megan Thee Stallion Kick Off...

Popeyes has unveiled a special collaboration with Megan Thee Stallion, and the first order of business is a brand-new hot sauce.

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Halloween Isn’t the Only Horrifying Holi...

Whether you’re naughty or nice, we’ve discovered that Christmas has a serious dark side. Let’s set aside that warm and cozy fireside scene and take a look at the horrifying side of Christmas.

Local Culture
TikTok Hack Claims to Remove the Taste of Alcohol

The latest TikTok hack sees users adding a small amount of baking soda, a pinch of salt, and some water to vodka or tequila, and having it remove the taste of alcohol!

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4 'Squid Game' Masks for Your Last-Minut...

Did you love the Korean horror thriller, "Squid Game?" Check out these inexpensive masks that will have you looking like you're part of the show.

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Former US president Bill Clinton in hosp...

Former US president Bill Clinton was in hospital with an infection on Thursday, a spokesman for the 75-year-old said. Doctors said Clinton was responding well at the center in Irvine, California. The infection was not connected to the coronavirus.

National News
Trick-or-Treaters With Special Needs: An All-Inclusive Halloween ...

How to make sure all the kids, especially those with special needs, enjoy Halloween night.

Wellness
7 Wild Conspiracy Theories We Can't Stop...

We can't get enough of it. Portals to another dimension, lizard people, hoaxes, and secret government spying made our list.

Local Culture
Friday Office Cocktail: Aviation Cocktai...

The OCN Drinks crew is serving up something purple, pretty, and powerful in support of Domestic Violence Awareness month.

Recipes
2022 Awards Season Schedule: Oscars, Emmys, And More!

The 2022 awards season is just around the corner, and we've got the list of dates you're gonna want to keep in your back pocket as things start to roll out—even as early as this October!

Entertainment
Wendy's, Kellogg's Team Up for Frosty Ch...

Wendy's and Kellogg's are partnering together on the new Wendy's Frosty Chocolatey Cereal, set to debut in December.

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Nostradamus' Predictions for 2021 Includ...

Nostradamus has made many predictions about the future of humanity and he predicted 2021 will be worse than 2020. These predictions included a global famine, asteroids, a devastating earthquake, and a Zombie Apocalypse.

Local Culture
Easy DIY Halloween Costumes You Can Make at Home

Here are a few ways you can whip up a creative costume with stuff from around the house or your local thrift store.

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