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Public libraries are back open in Anne Arundel County, but one branch has a new outdoor space for patrons to use.

It might seem like a small thing -- a new outdoor garden and sitting area in front of the Linthicum Library -- but to the community, it's special.

"People are always coming over just to check it out, especially as progress was being made," said patron Megan Maier.

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Skip Auld decided to change his name on the side of the road.

For 67 years, he was Hampton Marshall Auld. But it wasn’t until that moment last summer that Auld realized he was a living monument to the confederacy.

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During my freshman year at Davidson College, I discovered that I was probably named for Confederate General Wade Hampton. At the time, the 1970s, I didn’t think much of it.