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"People value energy and their own internal space and its effect on the planet," Auburn said. "That's why many people are choosing green." [email protected]

New PTA Council president in Baltimore County sets agenda

» The PTA Fall Workshop will be held at Oct. 26 at 6 p.m. at New Town High School » For more information on the PTA Council, go to or call 410-666-6637. [email protected] Examiner

Baltimore County officials promote use of vouchers to buy produce

"Your whole diet focuses on things that you can buy in that one neighborhood store, which does not include produce," said William Ewing, executive director of the Halethorpe-based Maryland Food Bank. "It's a hot button issue for food banks everywhere." [email protected] Examiner

Drug expert warns of booze-filled flip-flops

"It's just another avenue for us to circumvent a law meant to protect children." [email protected] Examiner (Courtesy photo) A flip-flop manufactured by Reef holds 1 ounce of liquor.

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