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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
Oxygen Forensics Used To Teach Students In Capitol Technology University

Oxygen Forensics , a worldwide developer and provider of advanced forensic data examination tools for mobile devices and cloud services, announced today that its flagship product, Oxygen Forensic Detective, is being used by professors teaching digital forensic classes within the BS and MS cybersecurity degree programs at Capitol Technology University in Laurel, Maryland. "Capitol Technology University's use of our flagship product in its digital forensic classes is wonderful validation of the robustness of our product and the real-world experience that forensics students achieve by using Oxygen in the classroom," said Lee Reiber, Oxygen Forensics COO.

Five men arrested in Howard police prostitution sting

Five men, including two Howard County residents, were charged with prostitution solicitation late Sunday night following a Howard County police sting operation. Police said Monday that Xavier Alexander Lloyd, 24, of Ellicott City; Olaolowa Omotosho, 27, of Laurel; Ceon Anthony December, 20, of Baltimore; and Henry Osae Ani, 36, and Jose Reynaldo Benitez-Cruz, 43, both of Beltsville, were all charged with solicitation of prostitution and disorderly conduct.

Chesapeake Science Point High School

Kenneth "Glenn" Boyette is an outstanding scholar-athlete and is the Junior Class Treasurer. Besides maintaining a 4.39 GPA, including six AP classes, he has been a key member of the Chesapeake Science Point Math Team for several years and is a nationally ranked tennis player.

Two suspects arrested in Laurel area home invasion and shootings

Anne Arundel County police say two men were arrested as suspects in an early Sunday home invasion in Laurel that left two people suffering gunshot wounds. At about 12:26 a.m., officers were called to a home in the 8100 block Edge Rock Way and found two adult males suffering non-life threatening gunshot wounds.

Saturn's Moon Titan May Offer a Glimpse of Life as We Don't Know It

Next month, NASA's Cassini spacecraft will make its 126th and final pass around Saturn's large moon Titan, leaving scientists with a rich picture of a geologically active world with liquid hydrocarbon lakes, complex atmospheric chemistry, and likely even a salty ocean buried beneath its icy crust.

Pi Day specials in and around Baltimore

Local restaurants - especially those serving pizza and pie - are rolling out Pi Day specials for the March 14 "holiday" celebrating pi, the mathematical constant rounded to 3.14 that represents the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. Here are a few places in the Baltimore area where you'll find discounts on pizzas, pies and more on Tuesday.

[Special Issue Research Article] Design of a synthetic yeast genome

Present address: Research and Exploratory Development Department, Biological Sciences, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, 11100 Johns Hopkins Road, Mail Stop 21-N352, Laurel, MD 20723, USA. Institute for Systems Genetics and Department of Biochemistry and Molecular Pharmacology, New York University Langone Medical Center, New York, NY 10016, USA.

Police Arrest, Charge Man After 22-Mile Car Chase Into DC

Police from Laurel, Md., ended up in a 22-mile car chase with a man that began on Tuesday evening and ended Wednesday morning in Washington, D.C. Laurel police arrested 48-year-old Paul Pattison and took him back to Prince George County for detention Wednesday morning, The Baltimore Sun reports. The car chase started after police spotted a white SUV that looked similar to a vehicle involved in fleeing a traffic stop on Feb. 18 , according to Laurel city spokeswoman Audrey Barnes.

Bikeway is a win-win for Columbia [Commentary]

Fifty years ago, Columbia began with the promise that a community designed to encourage connections - between people, their homes, nature, commerce and wellness - could thrive at its fullest potential. That vision was not only limited to planning villages, service centers and housing.

Md. man facing charges after 20-mile police chase

A Maryland man is facing a slew of charges after leading police on a more than 20-mile chase from Prince George's County to D.C. It started on 4th Street in Laurel, Maryland, when Laurel police officers recognized a white SUV as the same vehicle whose driver fled a traffic stop last month, according to a release. It started a chase that covered more than 20 miles as the driver took the Baltimore-Washington Parkway all the way to D.C. U.S. Park police joined the chase just before midnight and deployed spike strips near Pennsylvania Avenue.

Alleged burglar who hid in movie theater ceiling arrested after...

An alleged burglar who hid in the ceiling of a movie theater in Prince George's County was arrested Tuesday evening after a three-hour standoff with police, authorities said. The man, whose name was not released by police, was a suspect in multiple burglaries under surveillance by police Tuesday afternoon in Laurel, according to Jennifer Donelan, a spokeswoman for Prince George's County Police.

Discovery of Earth's Oldest Fossils Could Spur the Search for Life on Other Planets

Researchers this week announced the discovery of fossilized remnants that may be the oldest sign of life on Earth, a finding that has implications in the search for life on other planets as well. Analysis of rock fragments from a rare, primitive piece of Earth's oceanic crust revealed micrometer-sized tubes and filaments believed to be the remains of iron-eating bacteria that lived between 3.8 billion and 4.3 billion years ago.

Guinness, local breweries try new approach on beer bill

As the liquor corporation Diageo continues its push to open a Guinness brewery in Baltimore County, it has forged an alliance with Maryland's local breweries. Diageo and the Brewers Association of Maryland drafted legislation introduced in the General Assembly Monday night that would give all production breweries in the state the ability to sell significantly more beer in their taprooms.

Schuh vetoes nuisance bill aimed at hotels in west Anne Arundel

Anne Arundel County Executive Steve Schuh vetoed legislation Friday designed to give the police chief power to close down businesses where there are repeated crime and nuisance complaints. A spokesman for the county executive said debates around amendments to the bill made it clear the County Council was trying to target certain businesses without a rational basis.

Plan for Royal Farms in Jessup draws concern

A proposal for a Royal Farms gas station and convenience store on Route 1 in Jessup, an aging corridor targeted for major revitalization by Howard County, drew opposition at a public hearing Thursday night. Opponents argued the proposed gas station on four acres of land contradicts the county's plan to redevelop Route 1 into a vibrant marketplace - a vision county officials have been chasing for years.

New trial date set for accused killer of Nicole Lovell

The man accused of murdering Blacksburg teen Nicole Lovell is scheduled for a 10-day jury trial beginning Nov. 6. The new court date for David Edmond Eisenhauer, 20, of Columbia, Maryland, restores a timeline that was removed from the case last month.

Shedding light on the past

Members of the Anne Arundel Genealogical Society visit Mt. Zion United Methodist Church in Laurel with information on church members ancesrty.

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