Regional Recap, September 28, 2010

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$10K Of Suspected Drugs Seized In Brooklyn Park.  A wanted Baltimore man who police said tried to elude capture — nearly causing two car accidents — in jail Monday after officers confiscated thousands of dollars worth of drugs. Anne Arundel County police said officers arrested Quadrece Simmons, 31, of Baltimore, on Saturday afternoon. Police said a detainer order was in effect from Baltimore City authorities for a probation violation.

Ehrlich: O’Malley Used Agency To Deceive Marylanders.  Republican gubernatorial candidate Bob Ehrlich is accusing Gov. Martin O’Malley of using a state agency to deceive Maryland residents for political purposes, and he said he has the documents to prove it.Ehrlich said he considers the Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation the most broken agency in state government and accused O’Malley of using it to his own political advantage.

MD Students Asked TO Help Design New Commemorative Coin. Your child’s artwork could be part of a new commemorative coin that will be minted in 2012 to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the War of 1812.State dignitaries and other officials announced the competition on Monday.”It’s competition. We were competing with other jurisdictions. By getting the votes in the House and Senate, we were able to get the mint

MD Educators Join ‘Education Nation’ Summit. NBC’s Education Nation kicked off a two-day summit in New York City on Monday, where teachers, educators and policy makers are focused on finding solutions to the nation’s education problems.Statistics show that two-thirds of eight-graders do not read at their grade level, and in math and science, American students rank near the bottom compared to other industrialized countries.Maryland educators are playing a prominent role in the Education Nation event.

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