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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
Report Harvested Banded Game Birds to USGS Bird Banding Laboratory

Hunters who harvest leg-banded game birds should report them online at www.reportband.gov . The United States Geological Survey's Bird Banding Laboratory , the federal agency in charge of overseeing all migratory bird banding, has discontinued the 1-800 number used to report banded birds.

White House beekeeper sweetens Howard County Fair

During his presentation, Brandts, who has served as the White House beekeeper since 2009 and under two presidents, demonstrated how to carve the layer of beeswax off the honeycomb frame and then put the frame in an extractor, which churns out honey. Brandts' niece Emily Brandts, 9, took her first turn hand churning the extractor during the demonstration.

Health gap widens between Appalachia and rest of the U.S.

Sandy Willhite doesn't mind driving 45 minutes to the nearest shopping center. But living in Hillsboro, W.Va., became problematic when she had to travel nearly six hours for proper foot treatment.

In DARPA's Colosseum, the Combatants are RF Signals

You've read the history books and seen some of the many movies about the famed Roman Colosseum : in that fabled amphitheater, completed around the year 70 A.D., the combatants included gladiators, slaves, prisoners, and animals. Times have changed, and among the combatants in the world we now inhabit are the many RF signals fighting each other for slices of the electromagnetic spectrum.

This shipping-container farm could someday solve the food desert problem

There's a farm opening soon in Laurel, Maryland, that can grow strawberries in January. It could grow rare tropical fruits from Asia and Central America on our native soil.

Two teens charged with North Laurel carjacking

Howard County police arrested two male teenagers Wednesday in North Laurel after they allegedly stole an acquaintance's car and then hit two parked vehicles. The Laurel residents, ages 15 and 16, were charged with carjacking, robbery, assault and theft.

Making A Difference

Carlos Silva, 8, of Silver Spring, Md., and Miranda, Broussard, a 22-year-old grad student at the University of Maryland, play in the pool at the annual Mid-Atlantic Burn Camp at Brethren Woods Camp on Thursday morning. Favour Aborode , 10, of North Laurel, Md., and Liani Ortega, 12, of Martinsburg, W.Va., load their rockets onto a launch pad with the help of Valley AeroSpace Team member Larry Neff of Augusta County.

NASA Gets Ready to Punch an Asteroid in 2022 With DART Mission

In the 1990s, planetary scientists started becoming aware that our planet could become a prime target in the cosmic shooting gallery. There was a growing realization that, over geological timescales, Earth gets hit by large asteroids and comets rather frequently; however, unlike the moon's obvious craters, Earth's atmosphere is very efficient at eroding the evidence of massive impacts.

In search of new species at Howard County Conservancy's 'BioBlitz'

In July, Sue Muller, a natural resources technician with the county's recreation and parks department, spotted a bisected honey locust moth, a North American species that had never been recorded in Maryland. That's the kind of find officials hope to realize at the Aug. 12 Family BioBlitz event at the Howard County Conservancy.

Rookie Cop Catches Young Mom Shoplifting Diapers - and What He Does Next is Inspiring

A rookie police officer in Laurel, Maryland, has captured quite a bit of attention for his kind act of mercy when he responded to a July 22 call about shoplifting - and now his good deed is inspiring others' compassion as well. Officer Bennett Johns arrived at a local store to find that a 20-year-old mom had been accused of trying to shoplift two packs of diapers for her baby son.

Howard police arrest Baltimore man at Laurel motel in latest human trafficking case

A Baltimore man was charged Wednesday with the human trafficking of four women in Howard and Prince George's counties following a nearly two-week investigation by Howard County police. Kamal Germaine Dorchy, 43, faces multiple counts of human trafficking, the police announced.

Man Arrested For Human Trafficking Of At Least 4 Females

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Residents, officers come together on National Night Out in Howard County

Trinity Jordan, 10, of Ellicott City, tests out sitting on a police motorcycle during National Night Out in Ellicott City on Tuesday. Trinity Jordan, 10, of Ellicott City, tests out sitting on a police motorcycle during National Night Out in Ellicott City on Tuesday.

Police Officer Buys Diapers for Shoplifting Suspect

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Police officer buys diapers for shoplifting suspect

This July 22, 2017, photo provided by the City of Laurel Police Department, officer Bennet Johns buys diapers for a woman accused of shoplifting in Laurel, Md. The woman, who reportedly bought some items but did not have $15 for two packs of diapers, was given a citation for misdemeanor shoplifting.

Maryland officer buys diapers for young mother caught shoplifting

A Maryland officer bought a young mother two packs of diapers after she was caught attempting to shoplift the items. According to the Laurel Maryland Police Department , Officer Johns was recently called to a grocery store after security officers caught the woman trying to steal two packs of diapers worth about $15.

Emancipation Park sprinklers offer cool splash in Laurel

When families aren't cooling off in the city of Laurel's two public pools, groups of children bounce between the playground and new water feature at Emancipation Park on Eighth Street adjacent to the Laurel Library. The interactive water feature began operating in mid-June in front of the park's new amphitheater.

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