Animal Cruelty Charges for Woman with 129 Animals; Vacation Days Ranked; 'Travilah Eagle' Capturing Attention

Animal Cruelty Charges for Woman with 129 Animals; Vacation Days Ranked; ‘Travilah Eagle’ Capturing Attention

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Animal cruelty charges for woman with 129 animals

Seventy-six cats and a rabbit were found living in squalor at a North Potomac home. And then 50 more cats and two additional rabbits were found in a Silver Spring condo owned by the same woman. Laura Prince, 62, now faces dozens of charges of animal cruelty. [WJLA]

Vacation days, ranked

Marylanders take fewer vacation days than Virginians―but more than much of the rest of the country. Virginia ranked second in the country for vacation days used, an average of 18.9 days. Maryland ranked No. 7, using an average 18.3 days. [Washington Business Journal]

‘Travilah Eagle’ carving capturing attention

Paul Waclo carved a larger-than-life soaring eagle from the base of a massive white oak tree at a four-way stop in Travilah, between Potomac and North Potomac. The eagle, which attracted local attention as it was being carved, is now accumulating worldwide acclaim on Facebook. [MyMCMedia]

Hot and humid

Expect high humidity on a mostly sunny day. A cool-down will come overnight when temperatures could dip to 70 degrees.

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