Govt. Hogan promises to reject any unfair card + ring road closure


Happy Laurier Saturday! Here’s everything going on in town today.


First of all, the weather forecast for the day:

Sun and some clouds. High: 54 Low: 28.


Here are the four most popular stories today in Laurel:

  1. A partisan battle to redraw the cards of the State Congress will be in the foreground when Maryland lawmakers get together for one special legislative session Monday. Democrats are ahead of the game, with enough majorities in the two chambers of the General assembly. This could rule out Republicans’ complaints and override a threatened veto through Governor Larry Hogan, Who said he would reject any “unfair” card. (Baltimore Sun)
  2. Laurel residents who can predict traveling via the ring road in Virginia this weekend, maybe need check the news and update their travel plans. A big weekend closure is scheduled for the southbound bypass in Virginia with lots of full stops overnight on I-66. Therefore, the I-295 / DC-295 Corridor Project continues with closures throughout the weekend. In Prince George County, there is now a off-peak construction project on MD-223 Woodyard Road between Sherwood Drive and Victoria Drive with lane closures scheduled daily and Saturdays until next year. Be alerted of public service relocations with Restricted lanes along Riverdale Road between 58th Street and Veterans’ Parkway. (OMCP)
  3. Laurel Dutch Country Farmers Market has been close about a week ago by the Prince George County Department of Health due to employees and customers not meeting the county’s indoor mask mandate. According to a representative, the market will be temporarily closed until further notice. (FOX 5 CC)
  4. Marylanders and their families are invited to join Governor Larry Hogan and First Lady Yumi Hogan for the return of the Holiday Open House Saturday December 11 from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. to Government House in Annapolis. The event is free, open to the public, and no reservation is required. Face masks will be required to enter. The. First Family is asking guests to consider bringing unpacked toys, which will be given to those in need during this holiday season. (Maryland.gov)

Today in Laurier:

  • CMIT HS Open House – This event will have a grade 9 goal. (9 a.m. to 10 a.m.)
  • Visit the Dinosaur Park! (12h00)
  • Public food distribution – Join the Bible Way Apostolic Faith in Community Service Prayer Tower by donating fruits and vegetables, bread, meat and dairy products which are donated for distribution to the needy. Boxes and bags full of groceries to grab and take away. Volunteers are encouraged to call (240) 583-0996 to get involved. (10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.)
  • Gentle yoga for terrible times – Human beings are not meant to be in constant fight, flight, or freeze mode. Chronic stress has a devastating impact on our mental and physical well-being. If you are exhausted, stressed out, exhausted, or just looking to relax and nourish your mind, body, and spirit, join me for 75 minutes of gentle yoga. (9:00 p.m. to 10:15 p.m.)
  • Knee Pain Correction Exercise Workshop – This is an interactive workshop where you will perform the exercises sitting in front of your computer. Explore non-invasive methods to reduce the discomfort of arthritis, climb the stairs, take walks and go dancing pain-free! Avoid surgery, cortisone, and medications. The “Knee Pain Recipe” program was created by a personal trainer who suffered from pain for over 15 years. It is a six-step system designed to reduce knee pain. (11h00 to 12h30)

Laurel notebook

  • Town of Laurel – Government: Prince George County officials have extended the mask’s tenure until 5:00 p.m. on January 23, 2022 over concerns over the new variant of the Omicron coronavirus. At least two cases have been reported in the United States. County residents over the age of 2 are required to continue to wear a mask in indoor public spaces into the New Year, with a few exceptions. (Facebook)
  • Town of Laurel – Government: Laurel Town Chief Medical Officer of Health Dr. Uzo Unegbu was on hand for a recall clinic for Laurel Town employees. He also wants you to know that his office runs free COVID-19 tests from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. (Facebook)
  • Prince George County Police: Yesterday, @Easternmotors and @ 7newsdc surprised our @pgcpal with a huge sock donation to kick off our annual homeless sock drive. We know these donated socks and more will make a real impact in our community! (Instagram)
  • Wanted seller for a small ephemeral December business in a boutique in Laurel: Apparel, Cosmetics, Natural Products, Home Decor, Beauty, Accessories, Gifts, Fashion, Home Decor, Aromatherapy, Food, Drink, Wellness, Infused Treats, and Craft Vendor opportunities available. Sellers should send their applications to: [email protected] (Eventbrite)

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Alexis Göring

About me: My name is Alexis A. Goring. I am a resident of the Bowie area with a pulse for people, news and coverage! I have worked as a freelance writer / editor / proofreader in the media industry for 15 years. I am also a published author, a seasoned blogger, and the founder of Writer at Heart Editorial Services. Visit my website for more details about me and my work. Here is the link: https://alexisagoring.jimdofree.com.

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