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Jackknifed Tractor Trailer on I-495 Saturday Morning; Multiple Collisions Reported Across the County
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Services (MCFRS) responded to the outer loop of I-495 between Connecticut Ave and Rockville Pike, in the area of Cedar Lane, for the report of a jackknifed tractor with fuel spill on Saturday, September 23, around 8am. According to the Montgomery County Office of Emergency Management & Homeland Security, this will be an extended incident and drivers should seek an alternate route if possible.
This Maryland Restaurant Offers the State's Finest Sunday Brunch Buffet with Stunning Scenic Views
Weekends are indeed a wonderful time for a relaxing meal, and many people love to gather with their families on Sundays for brunch buffets in Maryland. The state is home to numerous fantastic brunch restaurants, offering a wide range of delicious options to satisfy everyone's cravings.
Gaithersburg man charged with torching police station, shops, eateries in arson spree
A 23-year-old man has been charged with six counts of arson in connection with a string of fires early Sunday in Gaithersburg that damaged a police station, restaurants, stores, a hair salon and a car, according to charging documents. Fernando Herrera-Rivera of Gaithersburg was taken into custody Sunday near North...
Layoff Wave Hits Maryland Again: Two More Businesses Make Tough Decisions
Job Losses Mount in Maryland: Two More Businesses Announce Layoffs. This week, two more companies in Maryland have announced layoffs in what is becoming a growing trend. Under the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act, an employer with more than 100 full-time workers must provide a 60-day notice before laying off 50 or more people at a single site. This week, two more notices were filed with the Maryland Department of Labor.
Tropical Storm Ophelia Strikes Ocean City, State of Emergency Declared in Maryland
Ocean City, Maryland, a popular coastal zone, is facing the effects of Tropical Storm Ophelia, marked by significant rainfall and strong winds. Inlet Park at the end of the city is dealing with serious flooding, requiring more efforts to move the surplus water back to the ocean.
Montgomery County man says apartment management not fixing mold, mice problems
Anthony Jones says he's tried to go to management as well as Montgomery County officials but still, the problems of his mold and mice in his apartment haven't been fixed yet.
Rockville garage assailant sought by police
Rockville City police are seeking the public's help in identifying and locating the alleged assailant in a September 14, 2023 assault in a parking garage in the Town Center area. Police say the male suspect suddenly approached the male victim, and assaulted him. The victim does not know the suspect.
Police launch investigation into antisemitic behavior at Montgomery Co. high school
In a letter sent home to families Friday, Montgomery Blair High School’s principal said that a group of Maryland students allegedly performed an “anti-Semitic salute” together during a lunch period. Principal Renay Johnson’s letter also said the students enacting the anti-Semitic salute were filming themselves doing it...
Weekly Safety Report: Assaults and Harassment Raise Concerns in Rockville, Maryland
This week in Rockville, Maryland, several incidents of assault and harassment were reported. These incidents occurred in various locations, including a parking garage, a hotel, and a nursing home. The Montgomery County school board also faced allegations of harassment against one of its principals. County Executive Marc Elrich expressed concern over the findings of the investigation surrounding the principal's promotion. These incidents have raised concerns about safety and the need for further investigation and action.
Man stabbed in Northeast DC
WASHINGTON (DC News Now) — The Metropolitan Police Department said a man was stabbed in Northeast D.C. on Saturday afternoon. MPD said that at about 1:29 p.m., they responded to the 3800 block of Minnesota Ave for the report of a stabbing. When police arrived at the scene, they found a man who had been […]
Hundreds Without Power On Saturday Afternoon After Storms Rocked Maryland
As of 3 p.m. on Saturday, Sept. 23, Baltimore Gas and Electric were still working to repair 150 active outages that were impacting 1,561 of the company's 1,341,812 customers. Outages still being reported, by county, according to BGE:. Anne Arundel: 624 customers affected;. Baltimore: 399;. Harford: 372;. Baltimore City: 98;
Governor Wes Moore declares state of emergency in Maryland ahead of Tropical Storm Ophelia
Governor Wes Moore signed Executive Order 01.01.2023.13 declaring a state of emergency beginning Friday, September 22, 2023, in preparation for the effects of Tropical Storm Ophelia. The executive order will allow the State to take actions to coordinate and request emergency resources and support. It will also enable the Maryland...
Man Sentenced to 12 Years for Fatal Stabbing During Drug Deal
According to the Montgomery County State’s Attorney’s Office, “Today, in the Circuit Court for Montgomery County, MD, the Honorable Karla Smith sentenced defendant, Dakari Thomas, 20, of Silver Spring, to 25 years in prison suspending all but 12 years to serve and five years of supervised probation upon release. Judge Smith recommended Thomas be admitted into the Patuxent Youthful Offenders program while incarcerated.
Woman sentenced to 78 years in prison for killing daughters in 2018
A woman in Fairfax County, Virginia, was sentenced to 78 years in prison after she was found guilty of murdering her two daughters in 2018.
‘Pre-school aged’ child hit, taken to hospital
BETHESDA, Md. (DC News Now) — Officials said that a child was hit while crossing the road near Huntington Parkway and Greenwich Park on Friday. The incident occurred at 8400 Old Georgetown Road. Pete Piringer, chief spokesperson for Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service, said that the child was possibly “pre-school aged.” The child was […]
Convicted Felon Evades Law Enforcement After Pre-Trial Release in Maryland
Evidence of a concerning situation in Maryland has been brought forward. Convicted felon Larry Cooper has managed to dodge law enforcement despite grave charges lodged against him.
'I thought I was gonna lose my son' | 5-year-old boy partially paralyzed after he and his mother were hit by drunk driver
FAIRFAX COUNTY, Va. — Next month Trenton Gatlin-Ketter will turn 6 years old. Instead of playing outside and enjoying his special day, he'll be in his wheelchair. The child was partially paralyzed after police say a drunk driver crashed into him and his mom. According to the Fairfax County...
Hyattsville early morning train derailment shuts down roadways
PRINCE GEOREGE'S COUNTY, Md. - Officials are on the scene of an early morning freight train derailment in Hyattsville. Prince George's County Fire and Rescue arrived in the area of Baltimore Avenue and Emerson Street around 1:33 a.m. No injuries have been reported. No fire showing or gas leaks detected.
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.
Child Struck by Driver Friday in Bethesda
Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Services (MCFRS) responded to the 8400 blk of Old Georgetown Road, near Greenwich Neighborhood Park, in Bethesda for the report of a child pedestrian struck by a driver. According to Montgomery County Police, Old Georgetown Road is closed at Glenwood Rd. Drivers should seek an alternate route and expect significant delays.