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- 5 hours ago 51 likes 5 sharesFrom re-smoothing rumpled snow to dressing walkways with perfectly imperfect fallen leaves, much goes into creating a soothing — and orderly and secure — rustic mountain retreat for U.S. presidents.
- 4 hours ago 2 likes 1 sharesThis is just a pathetic excuse from Al Franken.
"I’ve thought a lot in recent days about how that could happen..."
- 2 hours ago 37 likes 3 sharesWe hope you'll buy a TEAM DML blanket today. Comes in RED, BLUE or BLACK. See all:
- 6 hours ago 6 likes 3 sharesLee Brooke was hunting for elk when the terrible accident occurred. He was rushed to the hospital and then put in a coma for a month so doctors could figure out how to restore his face.
- 5 hours ago 18 likes 7 sharesSpeaker Paul Ryan: no matter our differences, raising taxes on working families & giving breaks to billionaires shouldn’t come before protecting our children’s health. #CHIP
- 3 hours ago 20 likes 7 sharesGreat piece by Barbara van Schewick on the FCC's proposed reversal of #netneutrality.
- 4 hours ago 16 likes 3 sharesDHS' ban on Kapersky software doesn't cover networks that contractors operate, even though employees may use them to discuss government work.
- 5 hours ago 15 likes 3 shares"Construction has begun on the fourth phase of the $82.3 million project to widen Route 113 near Snow Hill, Gov. Larry Hogan announced Tuesday.
The project will widen Route 113 from two lanes to four lanes, plus add a median, on a 4.3-mile stretch between MD 365 (Public Landing Road) and Five Mile Branch Road.
In June 2015, Hogan included funding for Worcester County’s chief transportation priority as part of an additional investment of $2 billion the administration pledged to address road and bridge repairs across the state.
In an accompanying press release, Hogan said his administration remains committed to reducing traffic congestion throughout Maryland, while simultaneously noting the long-standing need for Worcester County to expand Route 113.
'This project has been an ongoing priority for thousands of residents and travelers for decades,' he said. 'With its completion, this highway will be safer for residents and visitors, encourage tourism, and support economic development not only in Worcester County, but across our entire state.'"
- 3 hours ago 30 likes 1 sharesGood call on the Red Snapper, Mr. President! Let me know if you ever want to go fishing!