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Pool Party Hosts May Be Ticketed In One MD County: Patch PM

Patch logo Patch 7/31/2020 Elizabeth Janney
a group of fish in the water: Those organizing massive pool parties in Prince George's County may face fines, officials say. © Renee Schiavone/Patch Those organizing massive pool parties in Prince George's County may face fines, officials say.

Here are some of the day's top stories from Maryland Patches:

Huge Pool Parties' Coronavirus Risk Condemned By County Executive

County police are exploring potential tickets and legal actions against the event organizers.

'Innovation Uncovered' Initiative Unveiled In Maryland

Innovators, entrepreneurs and small businesses will comprise a Maryland Future 20 list.

As MD Mask Order Takes Effect Friday, Hogan Cautions Marylanders

"Marylanders should keep in mind that the top activities reported in contact tracing investigations were family gatherings, house parties, and outdoor events," the governor said.

MD Dream Homes: Estate Orchard; Car Lover's Cottage; French Villa

Among them is a $5.9 million home with guest house.

Reopened After Coronavirus Violations, Market Fixes Infractions

The Anne Arundel County Health Department reinstated the market's license.

Police Use-Of-Force Bill Enacted In Montgomery County

The bill limits use of force and requires officers to intervene if a colleague violates protocol.

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