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Located between Washington D.C. and Baltimore Laurel is near the National Security Agency and Laurel Park Racecourse. Formed on the fall line of the Patuxent River Laurel opened a cotton mill in the 1820's and the subdivision of a rail line from Baltimore to Washington in 1835. Today the Avondale Mill and the Laurel Railroad station are nationally registered historic sites. The city is also home to the Venus Theatre, the Laurel Mill Playhouse, and the LakeFest and Independence Day celebrations.

Population: 21619
Local Newspapers: The Laurel Leader the Laurel Gazette
Local Sports Teams: Washington Nationals Baltimore Orioles Baltimore Ravens Washington Redskins
Local Colleges: Capitol College Prince George's Community College

Zip Codes associated with laurel, maryland: 20707 20708 20723 20724
Towns/Cities near laurel, maryland : Maryland City Savage Beltsville Calverton Fairland Burtonsville Cloverly

Laurel News
a Whole Foods effecta shows Prince Georgea s County economic growth

Prince George's County is basking in the "Whole Foods effect" now that the upscale organic grocer has opened its doors at the Riverdale Park Station development, county officials say. "It's a big deal," said Brad Frome, one of the county's economic development leaders.

Former Laurel Wal-Mart manager charged with staging $400,000 store robbery in which he was shot

A former Wal-Mart assistant manager was indicted on federal charges that he took part in the staged robbery of $400,000 from his Laurel store in 2012, a plot that included having him shot in the arm. The indictment unsealed Friday in U.S. District Court in Baltimore alleges that Ansar Ali Younis was part of a group that planned the early-morning robbery on Nov. 14, 2012, of a Wal-Mart in the 3500 block of Russet Green East.

Columbia's Lost Ark Distilling focused on winning over their backyard

Since opening the Lost Ark Distilling Company in December, its founders have encountered their share of skeptics walking through the Columbia doors. "Rum can have a bad stigma, so we're trying to reintroduce this to people who can only think of Bacardi or Captain [Morgan] from college," co-owner Brad Blackwell said last week inside the 1,600-square-foot tasting room.

D.H. Bader Management Services Community Association Manager...

D.H. Bader Management Services Community Association Manager Terry Anderson was recently appointed to the Commission on Common Ownership Communities for Prince George's County in Maryland. The newly formed body is the first group of its kind in Prince George's County to act on behalf of the county providing oversight, education and legislation in the community management industry.

NASA's Pluto Probe New Horizons Begins 5-Month Nap

Artist's illustration of NASA's New Horizons spacecraft flying by the Kuiper Belt object 2014 MU69 on Jan. 1, 2019. The spacecraft, which performed the first-ever flyby of Pluto on July 14, 2015, entered hibernation Monday afternoon for the first time in nearly 2.5 years, mission team members said.

Howard Officer of the Year had WNBA career

A successful career in Howard County law enforcement wasn't always the plan for 34-year-old police Officer Candace Futrell, whose dream of becoming a professional basketball player came true with the Women's National Basketball Association in 2004. Following her five-year basketball career, Futrell said she's found a new calling in police work, earning the Howard County Police Department's 2016 Officer of the Year award on April 11. Futrell received the awardat the annual ceremony held at the Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center at Howard Community College.

Declutter Your Social Media and Improve Your Relationships: 12 Ways...

Defuse Workplace Tension Tense workplace relationships can spill over into stress and anxiety outside the office, says Gretchen Hydo , a Sherman Oaks, California-based life coach. "Take a 'light and polite' approach at work," she says.

Dramatic flood rescue caught on Facebook Live

A Baltimore TV reporter was live on Facebook when flood waters rose quickly, putting the lives of two people and a toddler inside a car in danger. FOX 45 Baltimore reporter Kathleen Cairns was on Facebook Live in Laurel, Md.

New Horizons hit a milestone

It seems like just yesterday New Horizons was sending back images of Pluto after its groundbreaking fly by. Now, the spacecraft is getting closer to its new mission every day, and at midnight on April 3 it hit a new milestone.

Region's pedestrian deaths show little progress in 2016

Recently released crash data is highlighting the dangers of crossing D.C. area roads and revealing several particularly treacherous corridors. At least 61 pedestrians were struck and killed by a vehicle in 2016, according to preliminary data from 10 of the capital region's top police departments.

Nasa Gusto mission to examine the Cosmic Material between Stars

NASA has selected a science mission that will measure emissions from the interstellar medium, which is the cosmic material found between stars. This data will help scientists determine the life cycle of interstellar gas in our Milky Way galaxy, witness the formation and destruction of star-forming clouds, and understand the dynamics and gas flow in the vicinity of the center of our galaxy.

USS Frank Cable conducts DC drills at sea

Machinery Repairman 2nd Class Eric Gans, a native of Laurel, Md., helps Engineman 2nd Class Jason North, from Rosamond, Calif., both assigned to the submarine tender USS Frank Cable adjust his helmet during a damage control drill, March 9. Frank Cable, en route to Portland, Ore. for her dry-dock phase maintenance availability, conducts maintenance and supports submarines and surface vessels deployed to the Indo-Asia-Pacific Region.

D.C.'s Missing Teens: How a Community Is Fighting Human Trafficking

Authorities maintain the number of missing kids hasn't changed, but the community is still pushing for a way to keep at-risk youth safe Brandi Stallings is usually home before her 16-year-old daughter, Kennedi High, completes the half-hour ride from school on the local Baltimore City bus. But one evening, when that 30-minute ride turned into 60, then 75, then 90 minutes, Stallings knew something was wrong.

Man, 33, is fatally shot in Laurel

About 5:20 a.m. Saturday, officers responded to the 13000 block of Edinburgh Lane in Laurel after a report of a shooting, the Prince George's County Police Department said in a statement.

Man found dead after shooting report in Prince George's County

The scene of a homicide investigation at the 13300 block of Edinburgh Lane in Laurel, Md. Police responding to a report of gunshots Saturday morning in Prince George's County found a dead man inside a running car.

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