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December Figures Show MGM National Harbor is Going to Make a Lot of Money

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The front of MGM National Harbor.

Maryland’s shiny new $1.4 billion casino in Prince George’s County is attracting a ton of gamblers or some people with really deep pockets, or possibly both.

Baltimore Area Bracing for Strange Winter Weather Pattern this Weekend

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A branch covered in ice. Baltimore could see up to a tenth-inch of ice from freezing rain tomorrow morning.

It’s a strange weekend ahead, with all the stages of early winter on display.

AACo. Schools Cut 2018 Spring Break to Follow Hogan’s Calendar Mandate

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Anne Arundel County students and families should make this school year’s spring break count. In order to comply with Gov. Larry Hogan’s order that schools start after Labor Day and end before June 15, Anne Arundel County is making some controversial schedule cuts for 2017-18.

Hogan Calls Concerns Over School Start Date Order ‘Ridiculous’ and ‘Stupid’

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Hogan in Bethesda

To those who object to Larry Hogan’s new rule requiring schools to open after Labor Day, the governor has a simple message: He doesn’t want to hear it.

Baltimore Ravens Unveil Bookmobile Today

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The Baltimore Ravens unveiled today their first-ever Bookmobile at Abbottston Elementary School in Baltimore City on Monday. The rolling library is fully-funded by the Ravens Foundation, Inc. and will be owned and operated by the Maryland Book Bank, which is a nonprofit organization that distributes free children’s books to students, teachers, schools and organizations throughout Maryland.

Come See All that Park School Has to Offer

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Park School

The Park School welcomes prospective families to attend one of several admission events and discover the remarkable teaching and learning that is distinctive to a Park education.


 

Discover a Love of Learning at Calvert School

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WELCOME TO CALVERT SCHOOL! For over a century, Calvert School’s legacy of academic excellence has been the hallmark of a Calvert education. Each student receives outstanding academic instruction in all areas of learning: from writing and science to math and fine arts. A strong emphasis is also placed on moral integrity and character development. These values are integral parts of a student’s daily life at Calvert. During their Calvert years, students will embark on a journey defined by complementary values – tradition and innovation, rigor and warmth, responsibility and creativity, and exuberance and curiosity. Our graduates excel not only as scholars but as citizens of the greater community. We look forward to welcoming your family to Calvert as you embark on the exciting journey of choosing a school for your child.

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