Hey, Laurel people! It’s me again, Alexis Goring, your host of Laurel Daily.
First of all, the weather forecast for the day:
Windy and cooler. High: 43 Low: 29.
Here are the four most popular stories today in Laurel:
- While Deborah Smith, a widow, was purchases in a Laurel store, his ’95 Ford Ranger truck was stolen. She was very concerned about the death of her late husband Vietnam veteran cap that she kept in the truck to remember him. Her husband served in the air force. Two men stole his truck and walked away. One of the men was wearing the cap. In less than five minutes, Police officers from Laurel were at the scene and immediately went to work. They found his vehicle before the end of their shift, but were unable to retrieve the cap. (delmarvalife.com)
- According to the former Secretary of the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene Dr Joshua Sharfstein, Maryland has a “very high vaccination rate“It is therefore unlikely that the state will experience a” huge “winter surge in critical COVID-19 infections. Data from health department show that 88% of Marylanders are partially vaccinated and about 62% are fully vaccinated. Sharfstein also discussed the importance of booster injections, as good as debate on both masks and vaccines warrants. (MarylandReporter.com)
- Thusday, Governor Larry Hogan thanked the Marylanders for shopping and eating local by incorporating products that have been grown, produced or harvested in Maryland into their Thanksgiving meal. He said to thank a local farmer. Agriculture continues to be Maryland’s primary industry. More … than 160 turkey farms call this state residence. (Maryland.gov)
- A male resident of Prince George County faces jail time for conspiring to sell pit bull puppies that buyers said they never received. Fonjeck Eric Azoh pleaded guilty has a wire fraud charges. Attorneys says that Azoh advertised the sale of the puppies using various websites. They said Azoh had no intention of providing the puppies and asked the victims to send him money through various money transfer companies. He duped more than 100 victims nationwide over more than $ 158,000. (WTOP)
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- PGCPS: We wish our PGCPS family a safe and relaxing Thanksgiving Vacation! Schools and offices will reopen on Monday (November 29). #PGCPSThankful (Instagram)
- Town of Laurel Economic and Community Development Department: Are you ready to #ShopSmall on Small Business Saturdays? Join us on November 27 at 378 Main Street between 10:00 a.m. and 12:00 p.m. to celebrate #SmallBizSat! Enjoy FREE coffee and donuts, buy small gifts and enter a raffle for a chance to win over $ 500 in gift cards from local businesses! (Facebook)
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– Alexis Göring
About me: My name is Alexis A. Goring. I am a resident of the Bowie area with a pulse for people, news and reporting! I worked as a freelance writer / editor / proofreader in the media industry for 15 years. I am also a published author, experienced blogger, and the founder of Writer at Heart Editorial Services. Visit my website for more details about me and my work. Here is the link: https://alexisagoring.jimdofree.com.
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