Capitol Attack Arrest, OC Hotel Closing, Vaccines: MD Top News

Deb Belt
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MARYLAND — Top news stories from Maryland Patches the past week included the arrest of a Frederick man in the attack on the U.S. Capitol; an investigation into whether a police officer had a role in the DC riot; heightened security at the Maryland State House; a Maryland lawmaker is the lead in the second impeachment of President Trump; and the legislative session opens with a push to give financial aid to artists and schools while Gov. Hogan proposes tax cuts.

Two residents cashed in on lottery wins; a son was charged with shooting his mother to death; new unemployment claims tripled; the owners of a renowned seafood restaurant plan to close their hotel on the Ocean City boardwalk; and coronavirus vaccinations expand in the state were also among the big stories this week.

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This article originally appeared on the Columbia Patch