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STABBED AT THE FOOD COURT
The Capital: "Three young men were arrested in connection with the stabbing of an 18-year-old man during a melee in the Arundel Mills mall food court Saturday night, county police said. Officers at the mall at 7000 Arundel Mills Circle were informed of a fight in the food court and told that a man had been stabbed in the back around 8:30 p.m. Police found the victim, who said he'd been stabbed by a man he didn't know during the brawl. Police did not say what led to the fight."
RALLY AGAINST WESTBORO
Insidenova.com: "Messages of peace, love and tolerance easily drowned out any message members of the Westboro Baptist Church hoped to get across Monday morning in Lake Ridge. Five members of the extremist Kansas-based group known for protesting military funerals and its strong sentiments against gays and lesbians stood with their signs at the corner of Old Bridge and Mohican roads for about 30 minutes. Across the street and near the side entrance to Woodbridge Senior High School stood at least 200 people with signs of their own."
HIGH SCHOOL HIT LIST UNCOVERED?
The Independent: "School administrators and resource officers are notifying Maurice J. McDonough High School parents whose students were named on an alleged hit list found in a student's journal. Katie O'Malley-Simpson, Charles County Public Schools spokeswoman, said administrators were made aware Thursday of a possible hit list. Schools were closed Thursday for Veterans Day."