80,000 Maryland voters were not properly registered to vote in today’s primary election

This story came out late yesterday…and promises to be an issue to watch all day long. As reported by NBCWashington.com: About 80,000 Maryland voters were not properly registered to vote in Tuesday’s primary election, officials announced on the eve of Election Day. Motor Vehicle Administration Administrator Christine Nizer initially said 18,761 voters weren’t properly registered…

Ellicott City’s Main Street reopened to two-way traffic west of Old Columbia Pike and east of Maryland Avenue

Some good news concerning Main Street in Ellicott City…this is taken from County Executive Allan Kittleman’s Facebook page: This morning, Ellicott City’s Main Street was reopened to two-way traffic west of Old Columbia Pike and east of Maryland Avenue. Vehicles traveling west on Frederick Road from Baltimore County can now cross the Patapsco River Bridge…