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By Emily Miller
Obama is losing the debate on gun ownership, concealed-carry permits
Topic - Nancy Grasmick
McDonnell the pragmatist; D.C. online gambling is legal; ACLU inconsistent on petition objections; D.C. fire alters course; D.C. budget in flux (again); Liquor tax more than advertised; Grasmick's last day; D.C. drivers love cameras
A former Queen Anne's County Public Schools superintendent was named interim superintendent of the Maryland State Department of Education on Thursday.
Troubled D.C. schools security contract, D.C. principal under investigation, father charged with killing daughter, 'Squids' plaguing highways, tip leads to arrest
Iconic Md. politician Schaefer dies at 89; Va. Rep. Wolf opposes pricier Dulles Metro stop; Flood watch until noon; 3 people plunge from Bay Bridge; D.C. youth corrections officer beaten; Va. death toll from storms now at 6; Huguely murder trial set for Feb.; Md. hires firm for Grasmick replacement; D.C. hearings on Brown's campaign finances under way; Congress slashes D.C. arts funding
William Donald Schaefer, the voluble and flamboyant former mayor and governor who towered over Maryland politics for four decades, died Monday night at his home at the Charlestown retirement community outside Baltimore.
Maryland State Schools Superintendent Nancy Grasmick says she is retiring June 30 after serving 20 years in the job.
ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) – Maryland State Schools Superintendent Nancy Grasmick says she is retiring June 30 after serving 20 years in the job.
Grasmick told The Associated Press in a telephone interview on Wednesday she wants more flexibility in her life after serving for such a long time.