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Lifeguards Save Pastor After Heart Attack In Pool: Officials

Prince George’s County lifeguards saved a Washington, D.C., preacher’s life after he had a heart attack in the pool, leaders said. Officials identified the man as the Rev. Earl D. Trent Jr., the senior pastor at Florida Avenue Baptist Church in the District of Columbia.

Aberdeen Man Charged In Bel Air Teen’s Death: Sheriff’s Office

An Aberdeen man has been charged with second degree-murder in the death of a Bel Air teen, authorities said. Christopher Jacob Kerfoot, 17, of Bel Air died early Thursday from multiple stab wounds.

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Delta Variant Spreads As MD Outpaces Most States In Vaccinations

The delta variant has become dominant in coronavirus cases across the United States, accounting for more than half of cases nationwide in the week that ended on July 3. A number of clusters have been reported in states that are lagging on vaccinations, while vaccine numbers in Maryland are well ahead of the national average.

Six Flags Mass Vaccination Site Will Close This Weekend

The mass vaccination site at Six Flags America will close after Saturday’s appointments, Gov. Larry Hogan reminded. The clinic immunized 5,000 patients per day at its peak. Several mass vaccination sites remain open for now.

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Suspended Cop Accused Of Hiding Stepson’s Body In Wall: Report

Prosecutors accused a suspended Baltimore Police Department officer of hiding his stepson’s body in a wall after a custody dispute, The Baltimore Sun reported Thursday. The boy was identified as 15-year-old Dasan Jones, the newspaper clarified

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