This Maryland Restaurant Has One of the Best Sunday Brunch Buffets in the State
Weekends are the best days of the week for a relaxing meal. A perfect chance to catch up with friends and family, indulging in a delicious breakfast is always a great way to end the week.
Huge sandwich chain opens another location in Virginia
A large sandwich chain recently opened another new location in Virginia this week. Read on to learn more. On Friday, September 22, 2023, the fast-growing sandwich franchise Jersey Mike's celebrated the grand opening of its newest Virginia location in Annandale, according to an opening event announcement posted on the company's Facebook page.
Woodbridge man sentenced for million-dollar romance scheme targeting elderly
A 40-year-old Woodbridge man received and laundered over $1 million through romance and investment schemes that largely targeted the elderly, the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the Eastern District of Virginia (EDVA) announced Thursday after his sentencing.
Largest Healthcare Strike in U.S. History Looms – Over 75,000 Kaiser Workers Demand Justice!
Over 75,000 workers at Kaiser Permanente, a healthcare giant, are planning to go on strike next month in California and other states. The strike is a result of failed negotiations between the company and unions representing the Kaiser workforce. The unions are concerned about issues such as pay, staffing, and patient safety.
Maryland's Best High Schools for Sports, Rated A+ by Niche
In a recent article by Stacker, it was revealed that during the 2021-22 academic year, over 7.6 million high school students across the United States actively participated in sports. Among these students, football emerged as the most popular sport among high school boys.
UPDATE - CANCELED: Occoquan’s Fall Arts & Crafts Show Returns Sept 23 - 24
UPDATE: Due to safety concerns in light of winds and rain brought on by the impending tropical storm, the Town has made the difficult decision to cancel the annual Fall Arts and Crafts Show, including both Saturday and Sunday.
The Pentagon is located in Arlington County, Virginia not in Washington, DC
Because the Pentagon is a government building very close to Washington, DC, many people think it is in the District of Columbia. However, the Pentagon is in Arlington County, Virginia.
Iron Chef Jose Garces' Buena Onda Franchise Opening in Rockville, MD
After several new locations opening in 2022 and 2023 in Pennsylvania, Garces will formally begin the Buena Onda national expansion with FIVE locations coming to the DMV and beyond.
"Tropical Storm Ophelia: Maryland to North Carolina Braces for Impact"
Tropical storm warnings have been issued spanning from North Carolina to Maryland on Thursday in anticipation of a system expected to evolve into Tropical Storm Ophelia. As of now, there is no active storm, but the system is projected to become more organized in the next 24 hours. It is anticipated to intensify into Tropical Storm Ophelia on Friday or Friday night, drawing nearer to the North Carolina coastline.
Govt. shutdown looms over D.C.
A SHUTDOWN of the federal government looms as a large possibility (Shutterstock). The possibility of a government shutdown grew on Thursday as members of the House of Representatives left Washington, D.C. for the weekend in the wake of another failure of Speaker Kevin McCarthy’s latest effort to pass a defense funding bill before the end of the month.
'Fighting bait' A dog who lost half her face is unrecognizable after locating a loving home.
Haddie, a one-eyed’ corsair canine,’ was rescued from illegal conflict and has because overcome her fear of pets . thanks to her new consanguineous proprietor, Erin Williams, 36, of Washington, D.C. A dog who lost half her face while being “used as bait” in a conflict has found out the meaning of actual love after being espoused. Haddie, the “corsair canine,” has actually been virulently ss by fighting pets in an illegal operation, and is now unrecognizable. Her skin on her face was “” and peeling away, so the majority of it had to be eliminated, leaving her with only one eye.
U.S. State Dept Contractor Accused of Espionage
U.S. Department of State Worker Charged with Espionage for Sharing Top-Secret Intel. Allegations of Espionage Unveiled: A Threat to National Security. In a startling development, a U.S. government contractor working as an IT help desk technician is facing espionage charges for the unauthorized transfer of classified defense intelligence to an intelligence official from an undisclosed African country. The U.S. Department of Justice disclosed these grave allegations, underlining the severity of the situation.
Japanese American Soldiers Photo Collection Will Be Shown in Washington, D.C.
The Japanese American Veterans' Association (JAVA) and the Japan Information and Culture Center (JICC) of the Japan Embassy are co-sponsoring an exhibit in Washington, D.C. It is the work of Eric Saul.
Protests against Whole Foods for asking patrons to scan a QR code in order to enter
Customers at the new Whole Foods Market location in Washington, District of Columbia, have expressed their displeasure with the business's technology, which requires visitors to scan a QR code in order to enter the store.
Elderly Residents in Virginia Use Art to Advocate for Senior Shelter Dogs
In Fairfax, Virginia, a heartwarming initiative is uniting senior citizens and elderly shelter dogs through the transformative power of art. Draw for Paws, a non-profit organization, has collaborated with The Virginian Senior Living Community and the Homeward Trails Adoption Center to introduce the Grandpaws Initiative. This initiative's primary aim is to boost the adoption rates of senior rescue dogs, who are often overshadowed by their younger counterparts in adoption centers.
AZ Diabetic Supply, Inc. Ordered to Pay $12 Million for Submitting False Claims to Medicare
Alexandria, Va. – In a recent legal case, AZ Diabetic Supply, Inc. (AZD), a durable medical equipment (DME) provider based in Vienna, has been ordered to pay a hefty sum of $12 million for its involvement in submitting nearly 1,000 false and fraudulent claims to Medicare for reimbursement. The case highlights the consequences of fraudulent activities within the healthcare industry and serves as a warning to others engaging in similar practices.
Hiking and Fly Fishing the Des Moines Creek Trail Washington
Long ago when my knees, ankles, and the rest of my body were in much better shape than they are now I used to jog along the Des Moines Creek Trail to the Water Treatment Plant and back, about three miles or so two or three times a week. When the weather was good in the mornings I often had the entire trail to myself. Occasionally a plane landing at Sea Tac Airport would fly over and shatter the sounds of the birds singing in the trees and the gentle rumble of Des Moines Creek, but otherwise it was almost always a very peaceful place for a short jog.
Praise and Worship
Experience an evening of prayer, Eucharistic Adoration, uplifting worship music, and meaningful connections. Join Fr. Michael Rubeling on Tuesday, October 3, 2023, from 7:00pm to 8:30pm at Holy Family Catholic Community, centrally located in Middletown, MD. In this ever-changing world filled with uncertainty, Fr. Michael will be delivering a compelling talk focused on overcoming fear and anxiety by drawing on the transformative power of Jesus Christ. Following Eucharistic Adoration, an opportunity will be provided to enjoy light refreshments and fellowship. All are cordially invited to attend, especially families, youth, and young adults. Bring your loved ones and join us for an unforgettable evening dedicated to spiritual growth and community building.
More Than 500 Participate in Run For Water Events in California and Washington
Suvidha International Foundation, the Art of Living Foundation and the Silicon Valley Global Impact Rotary Club successfully organized 5K and 10K runs in Sacramento on April 23, Fremont on July 15, and Redmond, Washington on August 23, 2023. The events drew more than 500 participants who ran to raise money to support river rejuvenation projects in South India.