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Similar signs are prohibited in Howard County.
The Federal Highway Administration plans to commission a study to find out whether the billboards contribute to accidents.
Rules updated on exotic pets
Baltimore health officials have finalized the regulations for city residents who want to own exotic animals.
The regulations will take effect Oct. 6.
Under the new rules, one person can have only 125 pigeons, and pigeon owners must have a clean and odor-free coop or loft for the birds.
Residents will have to get a permit to own a Vietnamese potbellied pig, and they need to keep the animals at less than 150 pounds.
City residents are prohibited from having bears, bats, ostriches, squirrels, cattle, monkeys, mongooses and kangaroos as pets.
Other prohibited animals include emus, roosters, ostriches, turkeys, geese, spiders and scorpions.
Certain kinds of snakes, centipedes and alligators and crocodiles also are banned.
Frederick sheriff opens field office
The Frederick County Sheriff’s Office has a higher profile in Urbana.
Sheriff Charles A. Jenkins formally opened a new field office at the Villages of Urbana community center Monday.
Taxpayers must pay the freight for over-budget train projects
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