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A computer model developed by Johns Hopkins University engineer predicts power outages expected from 'Frankenstorm' Sandy.
Mitch Case and Caitlyn Leiter-Mason are blogging about their experiences as delegates.
High levels of ozone are unhealthy for sensitive groups, the Maryland Department of the Environment advises.
Viral image from New England Journal of Medicine starkly shows effect of sun exposure.
Drivers share road with 115 major construction projects in state, officials said.
"I'm not in this race as the next step in my political career," the front-running Republican candidate said at an Arbutus forum.
"It's an honor" to have Mitt Romney in Arbutus, a resident says.
The town hall at the American Legion post is the GOP hopeful's only appearance in the state before the April 3 primary.
The Republican presidential contender is expected to visit on Wednesday. Details have emerged.
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