Mormon Temple, Old Bay, Slave-Holder Name On School: News Nearby

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There was plenty of news across Maryland on Monday. If you missed any of it on your local Patch, here's a roundup of the top stories from the past 24 hours.

Mormon Temple Postpones Public Open House, Rededication Ceremony

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Kensington — a Mormon temple shrouded in mystery — is postponing its public open house and rededication ceremony due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Vince's Crab House Owner Sues Baltimore County Over Protests

The owner of a popular group of restaurants and crab houses has filed a lawsuit against Baltimore County after protests at one venue.

Petition To Rename Col. Zadok Magruder High School Gains Traction

More than 1,850 people have signed a petition to rename a Montgomery County high school because its namesake was a slave owner.

Phase Two Begins In Prince George's County; Here Is What's Open

Prince George's County entered phase two of its coronavirus reopening plan Monday at 5 p.m. Gyms, outdoor pools and shopping malls will now be able to reopen with capacity restrictions.

Baltimore To See Military Flyover On July 4

Baltimore has been named one of the Great Cities of the American Revolution by the Pentagon, and thus will get a military flyover on July 4.

Old Bay Hot Sauce Returns This Week, Likely To Sell Fast

The limited edition Old Bay Hot Sauce is back on store shelves this week in Maryland, but not expected to last long, McCormick's says.

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This article originally appeared on the Glen Burnie Patch