Local Headlines: How Md. Republicans plan to break the state Senate’s supermajority in 2018

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How Md. Republicans plan to break the state Senate’s supermajority in 2018
GOP efforts are underway to capture five more Senate seats, which would bolster the power of the state’s popular Republican governor.
Three-bedroom, two-bathroom single-family house in Bowie lists for $329,000
AFFORDABLE HOUSE OF THE WEEK | The house has a new roof, a new heating and air conditioning system, wood floors on the upper level, ceramic tile flooring on the main level, gas heat, central air conditioning and an attached two-car garage.
 
D.C.-area forecast: A cool but nice start to week; possibly stormy this weekend
It’s cold enough that some of our outlying areas may see frost early Tuesday.
 
China pitch by Kushner sister renews controversy over visa program for wealthy
Company “apologizes” if reference to Jared Kushner seen as “attempt to lure investors”
 
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Madaleno to activists at Metro rally: I am running for governor of Maryland
Longtime Democratic state lawmaker has been an outspoken critic of Republican Gov. Larry Hogan.
 
Emergent BioSolutions opens expanded East Baltimore vaccine plant
The company can now take on larger contracts for drugs sold in the commercial market.
He picked up a paint brush — and discovered a world of opportunity
Rafael Rodriguez fled El Salvador at 17 and ended up in Prince George’s County. There, he became an artist and landed a college scholarship.
 
 
Abuse allegations lead to spike in teachers placed on leave in a Maryland suburb
More than 500 Prince George’s school employees have been off the job this year after allegations of child abuse or neglect.
 
PM Update: Mostly clear and cold tonight. A taste of autumn weather for Monday.
Believe it or not, you might need to turn the heat on tonight with temperatures falling into the 30s.
 
Perspective
A determined cardinal mother provides a window on nature
A fine, feathered friend: When the wife’s away, it’s time to revel in another bird.
 
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This high school science project is bound for space
Thomas Jefferson High in Fairfax County is building a tiny satellite to launch next year.
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Here’s how smart infrastructure can work in D.C.
We shouldn’t just repair what’s broken; we should focus on improving for the future.
 
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