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2 dead, 2 hurt in quadruple shooting at northern Virginia home
Prince William County police said two men died in a shooting in the Woodbridge area. Medics took two other men to the hospital.
This City in Maryland Has Been Named One of the Ugliest in the United States
Disclaimer:The following information is updated for 2023. It is for educational purposes. In the state of Maryland, one city has been ranked as one of the ugliest cities in America. Of course, it's just an opinion and some may disagree, but it has been ranked as one of the ugliest nonetheless.
Sad Farewell: Maryland Retailer to Cease Operations, Closing All Stores on Wednesday all Items Heavily Discounted
Popular Maryland shoe retailer Shoe City is closing all 39 of its stores including 27 in Maryland. After several years of poor performance, Baltimore-based Shoe City will be closing its doors on Wednesday, May 31. All items are discounted with savings of 50-70%.
Driver wanted after crash kills passenger in Prince William County
PRINCE WILLIAM COUNTY, Va. (DC News Now) — A month after a crash that led to the death of a pickup truck passenger, police said they were trying to find the driver of the truck, who, it turns out, shouldn’t have been behind the wheel. The Prince William County Police Department said Jeffrey Wayne Holman, […]
Prince William Police looking for fatal hit-and-run driver
According to police, 55-year-old Jeffery Wayne Holman of the 1400 block of Admiral Drive in the Woodbridge area is wanted for felony hit-and-run and driving with a revoked license. Holman is described as a 240-pound white man standing about 6'2" with brown hair, blue eyes and a scar on his left arm.
Cellmate Under Investigation For Homicide At Maryland Prison: State Police
An investigation has been launched after an inmate was found dead in the Jessup Correctional Institution in Maryland. Maryland State Police issued an alert on Sunday, May, 28, advising that Nicholas Joseph Delfosse, 27, a state prison inmate serving time for a burglary, was found dead inside the facility. Police...
Ashburn man arrested after Fauquier County 13-year-old overdoses
An Ashburn man has been arrested following the drug overdose of a 13-year-old Fauquier County girl earlier this week, according to a news release. On Tuesday, the Fauquier County Sheriff’s Office responded to a call of a 13-year-old female that had apparently overdosed on LSD and psilocybin, or “shrooms.” The overdose was not fatal.
Quadruple shooting at Prince William County home
Police officers are investigating a quadruple shooting that happened inside a Prince William County home at the 14700 block of Birchdale Ave. Police officers are investigating a quadruple shooting that happened inside a Prince William County home at the 14700 block of Birchdale Ave. Top Stories from DC News Now...
Consumer seafood guide advises people to avoid Chesapeake Bay oysters. But why?
The Chesapeake Bay oyster population has been flourishing over the last few years, but a California based seafood guide disagrees. Seafood Watch, a well-known consumer guide about sustainable seafood, has released its latest draft and is telling people to avoid eating wild caught oysters that come from the Bay. A...
Memorial Day looks semi-wet
BALTIMORE — Tomorrow is Memorial Day, and while many had been hoping for great weather for cookouts, water day, and to remember loved ones that had passed in in combat, our coastal system that impacted the Carolinas today will bring rain to us in Maryland tomorrow. Temps will stay warm in the 60s to start the day and reach the upper 70s for some. The main bands of rain will be in the afternoon. Some could even bring some rumbles of thunder with them, but mainly overcast skies will dominate. I hope you all have a great day and can make the best of it!
Dry air wins out the next several days
Dauling high pressures to our north continue to fight the moisture to our south. We are right in the middle where dry air wins mostly, but just enough moisture could set off a shower mainly across our southern counties closer to the PA/MD line on Memorial Day. High temperatures will be warmer further north where more sunshine will be present.
Few showers possible Memorial Day, mainly south
The holiday weekend continues to be dry with just a few sprinkles popping up to our south across Maryland. Clouds have thickened up a little as we do have more moisture in the atmosphere but overall it's been a great day! We'll be hard-pressed to see any showers through the remainder of the evening with any shower chances staying mainly to our south. The high pressure center to the NW of us has really acted like a roadblock and hasn't allowed any of the rain to move northward. Lows won't be as cool overnight with the help of the clouds with more seasonable conditions on tap. Readings dip back into the 50s tonight with a light ESE breeze. The easterly flow keeps the moisture in the atmosphere around into Memorial Day, so once again we'll see clouds and sun. Isolated showers are on the table for Memorial Day with a similar scenario on the docket. The farther south you live, and especially into Maryland, shower chances will be higher. The upper-low lingers as the surface low departs early next week. This keeps the partly cloudy conditions around Tuesday into Wednesday but the shower chances diminish. With a more NE flow developing through Tuesday, temps drop off back into the middle 70s which is a touch below average. Some ridging develops Thursday into Friday and that brings a big boost to our temps. Highs surge back close to 90 on Thursday with temps topping out in the lower 90s by our Friyay! A cold front then looks to drop in late Friday into Saturday and this could bring isolated showers and thunderstorms. Chances aren't looking too impressive right now but they are looking slightly higher on Saturday. It's something we'll be watching so be sure to stay tuned for the latest. Temps drop closer to average behind that front with afternoon temps back around 80 Sunday. The roller-coaster ride continues as we progress into early next week with highs spiking back into the middle and upper 80s. We tap into the warmth Monday and Tuesday ahead of yet another cold front. This one is slated to arrive on Wednesday, bringing our next chance for showers and thunderstorms.
Mending the wall
May 28, 1987 — The process, they say, never ends. The ceaseless seasonal cycles always provide some element that gnaws at the foundation of Skyline Drive’s serpentine wall — built originally more than 50 years ago by Civilian Conservation Corps men. A crew of stone masons from...
Virginia man says road rage incident left him with a broken hip
FALLS CHURCH, Va. — A 73-year-old Virginia man is recovering from hip surgery after he says he was tackled to the ground by a driver following a road rage incident. The incident happened Saturday, May 20 at 1:20 p.m. on Route 50 in Falls Church, Virgina. John Magill says...
Maryland “Old Farmer’s Almanac” Advice for May 29-June 4, 2023
This post includes some content written or assisted by AI tools. As we step into the first week of June, it's a perfect time to focus on our gardens. For vegetable gardening, consider planting out runner beans, squashes, and sweetcorn if the soil has warmed up. It's also an excellent time to sow seeds of fast-growing herbs like coriander, dill, and parsley. Remember to keep an eye on your plants for pests and plant diseases and take action if necessary.
4 adults shot inside Woodbridge house; Search for gunman underway
WOODBRIDGE, Va. - A shooting inside a house in Woodbridge is currently under investigation. Prince William County police reported four adults were shot Friday afternoon, and the person who pulled the trigger is still on the loose. Officers have been at the scene in the 14700 block of Birchdale Avenue...
Quadruple Shooting News Conference in Prince William County
The Prince William County Police Department held a news conference at a home in the Woodbridge area where two men died in a quadruple shooting. Medics took two other men to the hospital. Quadruple Shooting News Conference in Prince William …. The Prince William County Police Department held a news...
Gainesville man arrested near CIA headquarters after bringing AK-47 to Virginia preschool
A Gainesville man has been charged with felony possession of a firearm on school property after bringing an AK-47 to a preschool in Fairfax County, Virginia. A Gainesville man has been charged with felony possession of a firearm on school property after bringing an AK-47 to a preschool in Fairfax County, Virginia. He will remain in jail while his case is being heard, a judge decided Thursday.
Governor Moore Celebrates Designation Of Southern Maryland National Heritage Area
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Governor Wes Moore celebrated the launch of the National Heritage Area at the Piscataway Park site in Accokeek, Maryland. The event celebrated the recent National Heritage Area designation for Calvert, Charles, St. Mary’s, and southern Prince George’s counties that will raise the national and international profile of the region and bring significant economic benefits to Maryland. The designation of the Southern Maryland National Heritage Area will support the 400th Commemoration of the Founding of Maryland in 2034.
Gaithersburg-Based Givhero, A Startup Supporting Employee Health/Wellness, Receives $200K Investment
TEDCO, Maryland’s economic engine for technology companies, announced a recent State Small Business Credit Initiative (SSBCI) investment of $200,000 into Gaithersburg-based Givhero, Inc., a startup company supporting employee health and wellness. This SSBCI investment is from TEDCO’s Social Impact Funds. Givhero’s headquarters are located at 9841 Washingtonian Blvd Suite 200 in Rio Lakefront. “People are connected to causes, deriving meaning, value and motivation when they support a cause they’re connected with,” said Vishal Chintawar (featured photo), founder and CEO of Givhero. “Plus, the workforce is changing and it’s time for employers to change with it by creating new ways to engage with, support, and encourage employees, which is why we created the Givhero platform. Givhero is a simple solution for employers, creating ways to connect and support employees in a way that makes sense to the up-and-coming workforce.”
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