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South River High School is investigating recent social media posts the principal described as reflecting “racist, intolerant, and hate-filled ideals” after being contacted by a number of people about them Saturday. Full Article
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As the clock struck 5 p.m. Friday, Annapolis restaurants were ready with music, drinks and coronavirus safety precautions : Employees at Blackwall Hitch made final preparations Friday afternoon before they were allowed to serve customers for the first time in months. The fine-dining restaurant is one of many across the city that began offering outside dining as of 5 p.m. Full Article
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‘A full-circle moment’: Laurel’s Yvonne Orji to star in HBO comedy special : Yvonne Orji, who was born in Nigeria and grew up in Laurel, will have her HBO comedy special “Momma, I Made It!” air June 6. The special includes a stand-up comedy routine with footage weaved in of Orji’s trip to her home country of Nigeria to celebrate her Nigerian-American upbringing. Full Article
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Annapolis protesters came together Saturday in the wake of George Floyd's death, a man who was killed after a then Minneapolis Police Officer put his knee on his neck for about 9 minutes. That officer, Derek Chauvin, has been charged with third-degree murder and manslaughter. Full Article
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Eastport nano-brewery opens as Annapolis restaurants gear up for outdoor dining and enhanced cleaning : The brewery opened in mid-May and is serving food and drinks out its window to comply with coronavirus pandemic guidelines. Full Article
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Mid-Chesapeake Bay algae bloom turns water rusty-red, but is not harmful to humans : A common algae species has turned Chesapeake Bay tributaries rusty-red, and while it isn’t harmful to humans these types of algae blooms carry the potential to irritate gills, suffocate fish and shade critical underwater grasses.Fortunately, Chesapeake Bay Foundation Maryland Scientist Doug Myers said, they are seeing signs that the “mahogany tide” is residing. Full Article
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