Regional Recap, September 16, 2010

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1 Dies, 4 Injured In Hanover Crash.  One person is dead after a two-car collision on Interstate 295.Police said the collision happened at about 8:30 p.m. Wednesday near Interstate 295 and Hanover Road.Officers said four other victims were taken to Shock Trauma with serious but not life-threatening injuries.The victim’s identity has not been released.Police said the collision is under investigation.

2nd Lady, Jill Biden, Visits Anne Arundel Community College.  The vice president’s wife visited Anne Arundel Community College on Wednesday, just as it was announced that she will head up a first-ever community college summit to bring attention to the critical role of community colleges in the education system.Dr. Jill Biden, the wife of Vice President Joe Biden, took time off from her job as a college professor in Northern Virginia to visit AACC, where she learned how to make croissants from instructors in the hotel culinary arts and tourism program.

Students Discover Body On Columbia High School Campus.  A Howard County high school was placed on lockdown Wednesday morning after a body was found in the area of the school’s campus.Students and faculty at Long Reach High School were told to stay inside at about 7 a.m. while police investigated the find.The school is in the 6100 block of Old Dobbin Lane in Columbia.The body has not been identified.An investigation continues.

Experts: Ehrlich & O’Malley Need To Sharpen Contrasts. Experts told 11 News that in the rematch between Democratic Gov. Martin O’Malley and former Gov. Bob Ehrlich, a Republican, both candidates will need to sharpen their contrasts.Both candidates easily won their party’s nomination in Tuesday’s primary election.”What both candidates need to do is separate themselves from the other, in terms of policy,” said University of Maryland, Baltimore County, professor Don Norris.

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