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Top 6 Stories: Manhunt Leads to Lockdown, Venomous Snake Handling, Fire Station Facelift

All the news you may have missed this week in Bowie.

Here are the most read local stories from Bowie Patch this week:

Planning Board to Reconsider Buckingham at Belair Subdivision
After failing to come to a consensus on the plans in July, the planning board will rehear the matter on September 26.

Police Manhunt Leads to Precautionary Lockdown of Holy Trinity
A local school was locked down Friday as police searched the Fairwood section of Bowie for three suspects in connection with an attempted robbery and shots fired.

How To Handle A Venomous Snake
Local animal control experts recently received training on how to properly handle venomous snakes.

Bowie Fire Station 39 Gets a Facelift
Employees from the Anne Arundel County based Mr. Handyman gave time on Tuesday to rehab one local fire station as part of the company's National Day of Service.

City Council Supports Improvements to Metrobus Bowie Lines
City staff hopes to see more frequent trips to the New Carrollton Metro Station and improved bus stop amenities implemented in Bowie by WMATA.

Virtual Tour: Kenilworth Elementary's Outdoor Classroom
A photographic tour of the school's new outdoor classroom.

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