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Annapolis Capital (Newspaper) - November 30, 2007, Annapolis, Maryland Friday november 30, 2007 a capital Gazette newspaper a Annapolis my woman found drowned in Pasadena Creek Arundel by 50 cents tomorrow sunny 49/31 details Page a9. A a. Route 214 Bridge work done Detour ends monday by . Furgurson Iii staff writer the route 214 Bridge Over the a Tuxen River will reopen monday around noon months ahead of schedule. Commuters who have been taking detours from their regular route for about too Days will be Able to drive Home across the Bridge after work. And local business owners Hope lost customers will soon return. The $3 million repair project re decking the surface replacing beams and other parts on the 72yearold Bridge was originally slated to take six months but took just a Little More than three months. And Kenneth Wayson who owns 7 Summers liquor just across the Bridge in Prince George s county but lives in Anne Arundel could t be happier. A by Essie noon on monday. We Are Happy about that Quot he said of the news the Span would open midday. He said he lost about 55 percent of his business in the interim and had to put his employees on unemployment. A i survived. But it was hard a or. Wayson said a we sure miss those folks from Anne Arundel. I Hope they come see Bridge Page a7 Fly Ash suit a Relief from fears plaintiff says by Joshua Stewart eluding the site of yesterdays press staff writer conference Gayle Queens Home. Standing in front of the open a this contamination has led bal rage of a Gambrills Home yesterday timbre Law firm Murphy amp Falcon Wayne Curry invited people to play to file a class action lawsuit against Quot a Little game of russian Constellation Energy group in bait he pointed to a Black Iron table More circuit court thursday with a Glass Pitcher on top and of from 1995 and until this septem feed two choices a Crystal Goblet Ber the company has dumped Mil filled with bottled water or a Goblet Lions of tons of Fly Ash a powdery filled with water contaminated by Bray byproduct from burning Coal Fly Ash. Like a Bullet hidden in the in Power plants into a Sand and chamber of a revolver the latter gravel mine of of route 3 South Goblet could be deadly he said tile lawsuit alleges Constellation Fly Ash has put carcinogenic knew of environmental and health metals into Wells at Homes and bus risks but did not Tell anyone of the Nesses in Gambrills and Crofton in see suit Page a7 15 children get new parents county participates in National adoption Day by Scott Daugherty staff writer Marissa did no to know what was happening seven years ago when she and her younger brother were placed in Foster care. The girl now 12, did no to know the state was placing them with strangers for their safety that her Mother s habitual drug and alcohol use made her an unfit Parent. A it was scary a said Marissa who grew up in new York a eau i knew was that i was away from my but yesterday Marissa and Devin got a new Home in Davidsonville a officially Besom Quot its an emotional roller coaster but its All Well Worth it in the end. A Genii Friia of Millersville ing the children of Jeannie and Bruce Price during a special adoption ceremony at the county courthouse in Annapolis a a it a done a said or Price who served As the children a Foster father for the past two years Quot the end a added his wife thirteen children were adopted by to families yesterday Dur ing the county a eighth annual Celebration of National adoption Day. A it was funny because she was crying and i was laughing a said 12yearold Elizabeth Fletcher who was adopted by her step Mother Tristine Fletcher. The ceremony was one of fun and Joy As Young Hudren dressed in their Best sweaters and skirts or suits and ties ran around in the courthouse gallery eating cake and playing with new Teddy bears while their proud parents looked on see adopt Page a6 above Genia Friia of Millersville holds her newly adopted daughter Kayla Nichol Friia 16 months following a ceremony for National adoption Day yesterday in the county courthouse. Thirteen children were adopted by to families during the county a eighth annual Celebration of National adoption Day. Left judge Michael e. Loney presides Over a crowded courtroom of to families eager to adopt during National adoption Day ceremonies. While the adoption process has become somewhat easier for nontraditional families. Judge Loney said each Case is still scrutinized to protect the children. Inside Home it Garden avoid planning gaffes when remodelling your Kitchen. Page is. 4 sections 36 pages a entertainment Afun Aei report. By editorial. A baby face b8 lottery. A4 Calendar. Is neighbourhoods b3 capital camera pm obituaries As classified. I purees. Of club notes is sports. Cd comics is television. C8 or gom a. B6 volunteers b7 general. 410-268-5000 classified. 410-268 7000 circulation. 410-268-4800 from Kent Island. 800-327-1583 rivalry set aside to Honor wounded vets wheels for warriors love vans to army and Marine vets 108th edition Courtesy photo army pfc Donald reas Axtell proudly wears a Black leather Vest festooned with commemorative buttons patches and pins he collected during his stay at Walter Reed medical Center. By Wendi Winters for the capital the midshipmen at the naval Academy and generations of naval officers and enlistees who have never visited Bancroft Hall traditionally end their Anthem a anchors aweigh a loudly cheering a beat army a when not Goat napping Navy mascots West Point cadets and army personnel stationed a round the world Are equally Lusty with their chant a beat Navy Quot but for a few minutes during tomorrow s 108th army Navy game at them amp to Bank stadium in Baltimore the intense rivalry will be set aside while two operation iraqi Freedom veterans who Are disabled each gets a new mini Van tomorrow noon see wheels Page a5 getting there the Maryland transit administration is encouraging people to use Public transit to get to tomorrows army Navy game in Baltimore spectators can take the Light rail from twi Thurgood Marshall Airport directly to the Hamburg Street Stop which is located adjacent to Gate b of mat Bank stadium. Free parking is available at the twi lot just off aviation Boulevard and Elkridge Landing Road Light rail service begins at 7 a in tomorrow and ends at 11 . The one Way fare is $1.60, a a round trip is $3.20 and a Day pass is $3 50 for More information Call 410-539-5000 or 1-866-ride-mta� a a a i i by Paul Vav. Gillespie a the capital workers Bob Quesenberry left and Kenny Duncan of guardrails Etc. Inc. Affix guardrails along the route 214 Bridge connecting Anne Arundel and Prince George s counties. The Span will reopen next week. Photos by j Henson a the capital

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