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Strength and shame: Inside Maryland’s opioid crisis

By CAPITAL NEWS SERVICE’S VIEWFINDER TEAM COLLEGE PARK, Maryland --  Abuse of heroin, prescription painkillers and other opioids has claimed thousands of lives in Maryland over...

Critics oppose Trump mine agency pick from industry over safety issues

By J.F. MEILS Capital News Service WASHINGTON - The coal company David Zatezalo used to run has been cited repeatedly over the years for safety violations,...

Dreamers, immigrants-rights groups to file suit against Trump Administration

By Jess Feldman Capital News Service   LANGLEY PARK, Maryland — As the deadline to apply for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA, expired...

Proposed federal rule seeks social media information on immigrants

COLLEGE PARK, Maryland – A new federal rule under consideration could impact all immigrants, including those who are now citizens of the United States....

Numerous Maryland laws go into effect Oct. 1

By Capital News Service staff ANNAPOLIS, Maryland — The following legislation has been approved by the Maryland General Assembly and goes into effect on Oct....

Historically black Ken-Gar community celebrates 125th anniversary

By: Chris Miller KENSINGTON, Maryland—As residents of the Ken-Gar neighborhood gathered to celebrate its 125th anniversary earlier this month, they remembered the obstacles they overcame...

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Chainsaw carving: an art form as intimidating as it is impressive

https://vimeo.com/285386075 GAITHERSBURG, Md.-- Past the rides and games at the Montgomery County Agricultural Fair, Mandy Stebbing creates beautifully detailed wood sculptures with one intimidating tool:...