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NBC faces some criticism about using tape delay to show major Olympic events on television.
A quick look at local job openings around town for the week of July 31, ranging from corporate sales to agricultural mechanics.
Comptroller Peter Franchot argues the state needs to find a way to build businesses not casinos.
The Neighborhood Files
Patch took an inside look at how local environmentalists are preventing stormwater runoff and using their neighbors to help.
Government, Public Safety
Four-page opinion hints that justices will likely overturn Maryland ruling involving the collection of samples from people charged with felonies.
A list of 95 businesses that serve Maryland blue crab meat was recently published, but not a single local business was found on it.
Patch remembers loved ones that recently passed away.
Patch's House & Home
Even though its labeled as a weed, these plants are anything but, local experts said.
Business, The Neighborhood Files
The popular hot dog cart's owner said he and his wife needed a weeklong break to enjoy some "family time."
From crack cocaine to finding dead fish in the South River, here are the biggest headlines of the week.
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