Local Veteran Featured In Military History Museum Gets First Look At Exhibit On Veterans Day

An area veteran featured in a military history museum in Baltimore got to experience the exhibit for the first time Monday for Veterans Day. The Military History Museum at The Boys’ Latin School of Maryland features more than 10,000 authentic artifacts in floor-to-ceiling exhibits. Each tells the story of our veterans from the Revolutionary War through today. A number of those depicted in the museum are Boys’ Latin graduates, and being among them was “humbling,” said Maj. Garry Colbert, USMC. (WJZ-TV)

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'We fought for the right to fight.' Tuskegee Airmen honored at UMES on Veterans Day

On a day when America honors the men and women who serve in the armed forces, students gathered at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore to honor two men who fought against segregation and Nazis during World War II. Col. Charles McGee and Sgt. Harry Quinton, two of the original Tuskegee Airmen, were honored at the campus on Veterans Day. (Delmarva)

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‘Every Name Is A Story’: Baltimore County Honors Veterans At Holly Hill Memorial Garden

This Veterans Day, people across the country are honoring those who served the nation with parades, events and celebrations. In Baltimore County, Veterans Day at Holly Hills Memorial Garden was an opportunity to remember the names etched in stone on several large memorial plaques, honoring fathers, brothers, neighbors and best friends. A ceremony honored members of the Army, Navy, Marine Corps, Coast Guard and Air Force. (WJZ-TV)

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Mount Airy approves new police license plate reader

One more Mount Airy police car will have an automatic license plate reader. The Mount Airy Police Department is operating a pilot program using older license plate readers borrowed from Maryland State Police. But it has received a grant for a new automatic license plate reader, an update from the ones currently used. (News-Post)

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Havre de Grace honors veterans with parade ‘to celebrate what they’ve done’

The sounds of patriotic music filled downtown Havre de Grace Monday for the first Veterans Day parade in 60 years. Spectators sat along the curbs of Washington and St. John streets, waving to veterans organizations, soldiers and others supporting and celebrating the military, including the Havre de Grace High School Marching Warriors Band. Many waved flags, while others wore shirts or hats bearing their branch of the service. (Balt. Sun)

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Canton property housing new seafood restaurant heads to auction

A building that's home to Canton's Baltimore Seafood restaurant will head to auction next week. Bids on the 12,750-square-foot property at 2324 Boston St. will start at $850,000, according to a listing from auctioneer Ten-X Commercial. The online auction is scheduled to begin Nov. 19 and will run through Nov. 21. (Bat. Bus. Journal)

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Montgomery County pledges to boost housing as part of regional effort to juice construction

Montgomery County leaders have committed to substantially increasing the production of new housing in the jurisdiction, making it the second locality in Greater Washington to embrace heightened region-wide targets for new construction. The County Council unanimously approved new housing targets Tuesday, pledging to beat the current projections for new homebuilding by at least 10,000 units during the next 10 years. That would require the county, in concert with the cities of Rockville and Gaithersburg, to allow the construction of about 41,000 homes through 2030. (Wash. Bus. Journal)

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BPD Spokesman: 'Small Number Of Tasks' Left In Suiter Case

A Baltimore police spokesman on Friday aimed to reconcile the gap between Police Commissioner Michael Harrison's Wednesday statement that the investigation into Detective Sean Suiter's death was closed and State's Attorney Marilyn Mosby's Thursday statement that the investigation remained "open and pending." "The State’s Attorney and Commissioner Harrison have agreed that there are a small number of tasks to complete in this case," police spokesman Matt Jablow said in a statement. "The Commissioner respects the process and, as a result, BPD is proceeding with those tasks." (WBAL)

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