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Viamericas Relocates From MoCo to Miami
Viamericas Corporation, a licensed, international remittance company, recently relocated its corporate headquarters from Bethesda, Maryland to Coral Gables, Florida. Viamericas was located at 4641 Montgomery Avenue in Bethesda prior to its announced departure earlier this month and selected the Miami region because it is a major transportation hub connecting the Americas, making it an ideal location for a company specializing in cross-border money transfers. The city also has a large and growing Latin American population, which provides a natural customer base for Viamericas’ services.
Man 'unconscious and not breathing' after being shot in SE, DC Police investigating
WASHINGTON (7News) — D.C. Police is investigating a shooting in Southeast Sunday evening. Shortly after 5 p.m., the Metropolitan Police Department reported a shooting in the Unit block of Mississippi Avenue, SE. Police explained that a man was shot and is unconscious and not breathing as a result of the incident.
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%.
Man breaks into police vehicle using shovel, takes rifle, police say
ARLINGTON, Va. (WJLA) — A man is in police custody after authorities say he broke into an Arlington County, Virginia police cruiser using a shovel Friday morning. According to their preliminary investigation, Arlington County Police say the suspect forced entry into an off-duty officer’s parked police vehicle using a shovel and removed a secured rifle and other items.
Heavy rain in DC area could damper outdoor Memorial Day plans
Memorial Day in the D.C. region could bring some heavy storms, bound to threaten outside gatherings as the rain moves through. Monday is expected to be wet, with storms starting on the holiday and continuing into Tuesday. “We’ll likely all see the rain at some point on Memorial Day,” said...
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.
VIDEO: Fire damages several boats, docks at Columbia Island Marina in DC
WASHINGTON (7NEWS) — A fire broke out at a local marina overnight Sunday. According to DC Fire and EMS, a fire broke out at the Columbia Island Marina just after midnight on Sunday. Upon arrival, they found several boats on fire. Three boats were destroyed and a pier was...
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.
Police ID Motorcyclist, 34, Killed In Loudoun County Crash
Authorities have identified the 34-year-old motorcyclist killed in a Memorial Day Weekend crash in Loudoun County.Erik E. Grier, of Ashburn, is believed to have lost control of his bike while riding north on Claiborne Parkway near Harry Byrd Highway Friday, May 26 around 2:40 p.m. the county s…
Man shot, killed on D.C. Metro train at Navy Yard Station
A man is dead after police say he was shot on a Green Line train at the Navy Yard Station in Washington, D.C. Sunday morning.
Concern for Missing 23-Year-Old
Per MCPD: Detectives from the Montgomery County Department of Police – 5th District Investigative Section are asking for the public’s assistance in locating Tylasia Claudia Russell, a missing 23-year-old from Germantown. Tylasia was last seen on Saturday, May 27, 2023, leaving her residence on Aberstaw Way in Germantown....
Man Wanted For Striking Police Officer With Vehicle While Fleeing Wegmans Robbery In MD: Police
Police in Montgomery County are seeking the public’s assistance as thy attempt to locate a suspect who is wanted for assaulting an officer at Wegmans last month with his vehicle. Photos have been released by police investigators as they investigate an incident that played out on Thursday, April 27...
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.
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...
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.
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...
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...
Police ask public for help in department store robbery cases
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, MD – Detectives from the Major Crimes Division of the Montgomery County Department of Police are currently investigating two thefts committed by seven suspects at different department stores. The suspects reportedly used a stolen black Kia to carry out these crimes. On Friday, April 28, 2023, 2nd District officers attended to a theft report at Sephora in the 5300 block of Western Ave., Chevy Chase. It was revealed that the group of suspects walked into the store, filled shopping bags with merchandise, and left without paying. They were then observed leaving the scene in the said Kia with The post Police ask public for help in department store robbery cases appeared first on Shore News Network.
One dead in shooting at Southeast apartment: police
WASHINGTON - An adult male was killed in a shooting early Saturday morning in Southeast D.C., according to police. Police responded to reports of a shooting at the 4000 block of 4th Street, Southeast around 12:24 a.m. Police say they found an adult male shooting victim with no signs of life in the hallway of an apartment building.
TJHS lawsuit plaintiffs face court setback
Asra Nomani is the parent of a recent graduate from Thomas Jefferson High School for Science and Technology, which is ranked the best high school in the country by U.S. News. She's part of Coalition For TJ – the group challenging the admissions policy claiming it discriminates against Asian applicants.
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