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Regional Recap, Otober 5, 2011

Glen Burnie Family’s Home Struck By Car. A Glen Burnie family will have to make some minor repairs to their home after it was struck by a car.Anne Arundel County fire crews responded to Castle Harbour Way at about 3 a.m. Tuesday after getting reports of the car going into the home.No one was injured, and the scene was quickly cleared.Police haven’t said what caused the car to crash.The house received only minor damage.

Wall Street Protesters Stay Night At Inner Harbor. Protesters taking part in the Occupy Wall Street movement spent the night at the Inner Harbor.The demonstrators held a silent protest at McKeldin Square, calling for big business to pay its fair share to rebuild the economy.”We have plenty of money to give away to developers, and we have no money to give to the residents. If you’re a resident property owner or taxpayer, you have a stake in the city. Otherwise, the outsiders are getting all the money,” said Baltimore City Council candidate Douglas Armstrong, who represents the Green Party.

Campus On Alert After Sexual Assault. City and campus police are working together to find a suspect in the off-campus sexual assault of a Johns Hopkins student.The 20-year-old woman was attacked over the weekend. She was going home after a campus event when the incident occurred in a parking lot near Lovegrove Street, according to I-Team reporter Barry Simms.

Poll: Economy Is Maryland’s Most Pressing Issue. A poll released Tuesday morning shows Marylanders are pretty much in line with the pulse of the nation when it comes to frustration over the economy and Congress.The Gonzales poll found that 62 percent of the more than 800 people surveyed listed the economy as the most important issue facing the state.Education and the budget were a distant second and third, according to the poll results.

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