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Top News: Elkridge Defense Business Expands, Kay's in Jessup is Burglarized and a Wimpy Winter Storm Comes and Goes

Patch brings you the top headlines of the week from Elkridge Patch.

Elkridge Defense Company to Expand

The announcement came when Governor Martin O'Malley visited to talk about sequestration.

Elkridge Road Closure Sunday Due to Suicidal Man

Police said they closed Montgomery Road while they negotiated with the man.

Kay's in Jessup Burglarized Again. Twice: Crime Roundup

This information is provided by the Howard County Police Department.

Have a Gun? Police Will Buy it for $100

The Howard County Police Department is holding a gun buyback program on March 16.

Winter Storm Warning for Baltimore/DC Area Cancelled

What was to be an epic winter March storm turned out to be a bunch of rain.

Slots Revenue Rises More than 7.5 Percent in February

Maryland Live! saw revenue rise from $35.9 million to $38.34 million. The state saw a 7.5 percent revenue gain at its three casinos.

Hess Shutting Down Gas Stations

The Associated Press reports that the company will shift its focus on exploration and production instead of retail.

Court Strikes Down Portion of Sex Offender Registry Law

The Maryland Court of Appeals rules that people convicted of sex crimes prior to 2009 do not have to register with the state.

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