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SoMd Local Music Schedule for the week of July 2- 8, 2020

The Southern Maryland Local Music Schedule is prepared weekly by Lynn Erion with reprint permission given to the Southern Maryland Chronicle. Mr. Erion nor

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For those with PTSD, sounds from fireworks can trigger flashbacks. Getty Images / Josep Maria Gerardo / EyeEm

Fireworks can torment veterans and survivors of gun violence with PTSD – here’s how to celebrate with respect for those who served

by Arash Javanbakht, Associate Professor of Psychiatry, Wayne State University For some combat veterans, the Fourth of July is not

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CSM is unable to host the Chautauqua series on campus this summer, so the Chautauqua stage will go virtual as Maryland Humanities raises the voices of four notable women who took action to secure their right to vote.

Virtual Chautauqua, Class Registration Workshops and Transfer Thursdays Mark a Busy July at CSM

News Release, College of Southern Maryland CSM Closed for July 4 Holiday. July 3 – July 4. College of Southern Maryland, all campuses, will

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The Board of Public Works voted to cut $413 million from the state's operating budget at its Wednesday meeting (Screenshot)

Maryland Board of Public Works approves $413.17 million in budget cuts

by Bryan Renbaum, MarylandReporter.com The Board of Public Works on Wednesday morning voted to approve Gov. Larry Hogan’s request to

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A Salt Lake County Health Department public health nurse performs a COVID-19 test outside the department’s offices in Salt Lake City on May 14. (AP Photo/Rick Bowmer)

Hollowed-Out Public Health System Faces More Cuts Amid Virus

By Lauren Weber and Laura Ungar and Michelle R. Smith, The Associated Press and Hannah Recht and Anna Maria Barry-Jester  The U.S. public health system has been starved for

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