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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
Planets Form From Comets

Narrow dense rings of comets are coming together to form planets on the outskirts of at least three distant solar systems, astronomers have found in data from a pair of NASA telescopes. Estimating the mass of these rings from the amount of light they reflect shows that each of these developing planets is at least the size of a few Earths, according to Carey Lisse, a planetary scientist at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland.

Explosion Rocks Md. Olive Garden as 70 People Eat Inside

About 70 diners and 15 staff were inside a Laurel, Maryland Olive Garden when something exploded in the utility room. No injuries were reported.

Au pairs in Howard County get taste of American life

John and Caitrin Huntzinger with children Jed, left, 4, and Mary Blythe, 2, and their au pair, Dayana Silva, right, at their home in Ashton. Originally from Brazil, Silva has worked for the family for almost a year.

Breakthrough Cuttable, Flexible, Submersible and Ballistic-Tested...

The DOE Science News Source is a Newswise initiative to promote research news from the Office of Science of the DOE to the public and news media. A team of scientists at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Md.

New Property Manager Works Only With the Small Fry

Judging from the number of listings out there that are described as "investment opportunities" and the number of formal and informal real estate investment discussion groups, the ranks of small landlords must be growing in the Philadelphia area. Another reason we suspect this is the case: one of the fastest-growing property management companies on the East Coast has just set up shop here, and all it does is work with the small fry.

NASA's Mars Odyssey Spacecraft data provides new information about Mars Equator

Scientists taking a new look at older data from NASA's longest-operating Mars orbiter have discovered evidence of significant hydration near the Martian equator - a mysterious signature in a region of the Red Planet where planetary scientists figure ice shouldn't exist. Jack Wilson, a post-doctoral researcher at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland, led a team that reprocessed data collected from 2002 to 2009 by the neutron spectrometer instrument on NASA's Mars Odyssey spacecraft.

Study reveals advancement in preservation of certain type of medicines in adverse conditions

A recent study by biological engineers at the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland, demonstrated a significant advancement in the preservation of particular types of medicines, known as protein expression systems, for field applications - enabling those medicines to be stored and reconstituted on site in adverse conditions. The research, performed by David Karig and co-authors Seneca Bessling, Peter Thielen, Sherry Zhang and Joshua Wolfe, was recently published in a Journal of the Royal Society Interface article, "Preservation of Protein Expression Systems at Elevated Temperatures for Portable Therapeutic Production."

Steve Goddard Needs to Visit Suburban Washington

The unwary amongst the bunnies might, given provocation, search Beltsville Laurel USHCN. Were a bunny so foolish the bunny would quickly run into some spit flecked harumphing from Steve Goddard, aka Tony Heller, or visa versa.

Solar probe's mission to 'touch' the sun

Nasa handout photo shows engineers working on the Parker Solar Probe spacecraft at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory in Laurel, Maryland, USA on Sept 21 2017. LAUREL, Maryland, USA: The unmanned Parker Solar Probe, which is slated for liftoff next year, will be mankind's first-ever visit to our nearest star.

Water mystery at the Martian equator

The space agency said it has spotted signs of large amounts of ice under the Martian equator - which is was believed was dry. A new paper suggests large amounts of hydrogen, possibly in the form of water ice, in the Medusa Fossae area of Mars, which is in an equatorial region of the planet to the lower left in this view.

a Ravan in the sun

While people across the nation gazed at August's total solar eclipse from Earth, a bread loaf-sized NASA satellite had a front row seat for the astronomical event. The Radiometer Assessment using Vertically Aligned Nanotubes, or RAVAN, CubeSat was developed to test and validate light-absorbing carbon nanotubes as a new method for measuring Earth's radiation imbalance, which is the difference between the amount of energy from the sun that reaches Earth and the amount that is reflected and emitted back into space.

Nasa shows off its 2018 probe that will 'tough the sun'

NASA has given a sneak peak of its new probe that will 'tough the sun', including its newly installed thermal shield that can withstand temperatures of 2,500 A F . The Parker Solar Probe , due for launch from Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Florida , in July 2018, will fly directly into the atmosphere of the sun in a world first.

Laurel Man Convicted Of Killing Parents

A Howard County jury has returned a guilty verdict at the murder trial of a Laurel man charged with killing his parents. Craig White was found guilty of two counts of first degree murder charged in the killings last September of Glenn and Linda White.

Unlikely friends horse and dog seen grooming each other

Get a groom! Stallion and corgi strike up unlikely friendship as horse grooms his tiny pal before he returns the favour A horse and a dog who formed an unlikely friendship had no qualms about public displays of affection when they were filmed grooming each other. The two furry friends met for the first time at stables in Laurel, Maryland, U.S.A. and immediately hit it off.

Saia LTL Freight to Open Maryland Terminal

Saia, Inc. announced that Saia LTL Freight will be opening its latest terminal in Laurel, Md. on Oct. 16. This is the fifth facility the company will have opened in the Northeastern market in the last six months.

New Horizons Probe Wakes from 5-Month Slumber

New Horizons woke from a five-month hibernation period - its first stretch of rest since before its epic Pluto flyby in July 2015 - last week, right on schedule, mission team members said. The probe is in good health and ready to resume studying the dark, frigid depths of the Kuiper Belt, the ring of bodies beyond Neptune's orbit, they added.

State's attorney candidate asks court to disqualify rival over residency requirement

Local attorney Charles "Chad" Curlett has asked the courts disqualify rival candidate Ivan Bates from the Democratic primary for Baltimore state's attorney, arguing Bates doesn't meet the residency requirement. Curlei tt sued Monday in Baltimore Circuit Court for Bates to be declared ineligible to appear on next year's election ballot.

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