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Regional Recap, November 8, 2010

Water main Break Closes Pasadena School.  Due to a water main break, Bodkin Elementary School will be closed Monday for students and staff, according to Anne Arundel County Public Schools.The district said Bodkin is the only school in the area affected by this break.All other schools will operate on normal schedules.

Ravens End Miami’s Road Run 26-10. Billy Cundiff made four field goals, and the Baltimore Ravens cranked up the defense after halftime Sunday in a 26-10 victory over a Miami Dolphins team that was unbeaten in away games.Baltimore (6-2) won its seventh straight at home behind Cundiff and a defense that blanked Miami (4-4) in the second half. Cundiff connected from 26, 39, 20, 24 yards, and the Ravens held the Dolphins to 24 yards rushing over the final 30 minutes.

Ehrlich: Few Regrets After Loss To O’Malley. Former Gov. Robert Ehrlich said he has very few regrets about his unsuccessful campaign for governor.Ehrlich called in to the WBAL-AM radio show hosted by his wife, Kendel, on Saturday, just days after he lost his rematch with Democratic Gov. Martin O’Malley by 14 percentage points.Ehrlich said that he knew this year’s election would be challenging for any Republican. But while he was not happy with the result, Ehrlich said there are few decisions he would not have made.

Video Game Store Bobbed At Gunpoint Of Cased Of ‘Call To Duty: Black Ops’. Harford County investigators said two men robbed the GameStop in the Festival at Bel Air Shopping Center at about 9 p.m. Saturday.”Shortly before the GameStop was closing, the robbers entered the store brandishing a handgun,” Harford County sheriff’s spokeswoman Monica Worrell said. “Taken was an undisclosed amount of cash from the cash register. They took an assortment of gaming systems — both full-size and portable handheld versions,” Worrell said.The men also took off with more than 100 video games, including “Call of Duty: Black Ops,” which doesn’t come out until Tuesday.

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