Monday, Aug 12, 10:36am

Here are some local stories Laurel TV has recently covered:

• Hopeworks is a nonprofit support and advocacy center for sexual and intimate partner violence. A victim of such crimes could be anyone, including you or someone you know. Laurel TV’s Myleah Lofland went to HopeWorks to get the facts, and learn about a place near Laurel where victims can find resources, support, and services:
• Laurel’s Department of Public Work’s Organic Recycling program has officially kicked off. Before, your recyclables couldn’t be contaminated with food or beverage residue. Now, if you have a pizza box or a paper towel you used to clean up some juice, both of them can now go in your organic recycling container, instead of the trash. To learn more, check out the story from Laurel TV's Jean-Luque Zephir:
• The Laurel Police Department recently hosted a Town Hall meeting to discuss recent crimes within the City of Laurel. Laurel TV's Myleah Lofland was there and got the story:
• National Night Out is an annual event that’s been happening all across the country since 1984. It’s meant to be an opportunity for the City of Laurel community to get to know their Police Department Officers and have some family fun. This year, the new Chief of the Laurel Police Department Russell Hamill, III was sworn in at a public ceremony and Laurel TV's Jean-Luque Zephir brings you the story:

You can also find the Government meetings at this link:

And be sure to check out our stories on Laurel TV. We air them Monday – Friday in a block from 4:30 – 5:00pm and then we air our local programs like What the Gov? and Your Future, Your Finances from 10 – 11am!

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