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This Huge Amish Farmers' Market in Maryland is a Must-Visit
Disclaimer:The following information is updated for 2023. It is for educational purposes. Taking a trip to your local Amish farmers' market can treat you to a ton of amazing goodies. There's always a wide variety of fresh and delicious foods to choose from when you visit.
Police investigating armed robbery in Montgomery Co. McDonald’s
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Md. (DC News Now) — Police were investigating an armed robbery that took place in a Montgomery County McDonald’s on Friday afternoon. Police said that they responded to the McDonald’s in the 12300 block of Georgia Avenue around 3:38 p.m. They said that a group of suspects stole a person’s belongings outside near […]
Naked man on I-270 jumps on fire truck
A naked man running in Friday-morning traffic on Interstate 270 attempted to enter multiple cars before climbing on to the top of a moving firetruck, according to Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Services officials. The man was believed to be suffering from “excited delirium” according to MCFRS spokesperson Pete Piringer....
Housing Unlimited helps those experiencing homelessness in Montgomery County
The homeless crisis is an ongoing problem in Montgomery County especially for those dealing with mental health recovery. To help, non-profit agency Housing Unlimited is providing permanent affordable homes for people living in homeless shelters. Housing Unlimited CEO Abe Schuchman spoke to FOX 5 about the special effort.
Four vehicles box woman in during armed carjacking at a Maryland mall
HYATTSVILLE, Md. — The Hyattsville Police Department is on the lookout for a series of suspects involved in a Thursday morning armed carjacking at the Mall at Prince George's. According to police, a mall employee pulled up to her work just before 6 a.m. on the 3500 block of...
Suspect Arrested After Rollover Hit-and-Run
Montgomery County Police and Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Services responded to a collision involving an overturned vehicle on Friday morning in Glenmont. According to MCPD, “At approximately 10:50 a.m., a MCPD officer came across a two-vehicle collision in the area of Randolph Road and Glenmont Circle. The driver of the striking vehicle fled on foot after his vehicle overturned. A brief foot pursuit ensued. The adult male was quickly apprehended and transported to an area hospital with minor injuries. No additional injuries have been reported.”
Traffic stop in Laurel leads to seizure of 9mm handgun, drugs
LAUREL, MD – Police have arrested two men after they found drugs and gun during a routine traffic stop in Laurel on Wednesday. At approximately 12:30 a.m., officers conducted a traffic stop on a gold Chevrolet on Laurel Fort Meade Road near Russet Green East in Laurel. “Upon speaking with the occupants, probable cause was developed to search the vehicle resulting in the seizure of a loaded 9mm handgun, approximately 18 grams of suspected MDMA, approximately 291 grams of suspected marijuana, and a digital scale,” the Anne Arundel Police Department reported. Police arrested Steven Jamal Clements, 35, and Dion Jamaar The post Traffic stop in Laurel leads to seizure of 9mm handgun, drugs appeared first on Shore News Network.
Burtonsville Elementary School Supports Wellness with Natural Beauty, Community, and Composting
At Burtonsville Elementary School of Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS), MD, nutrition and food access, family and community engagement, and staff well-being are inseparable. School staff and families have come together in leading campus beautification projects, food waste reduction initiatives, and stigma-free nutrition access for all. And the result? “Oh, they love it!” says Vice Principal Terry Gobourne, who leads the beautification initiatives.
6 road workers killed in Maryland crash included woman ‘terrified’ of site
Maryland State Police identified the six highway contractors who were killed Wednesday when two cars collided on Interstate 695 in Woodlawn, causing one vehicle to flip into a construction area. The construction workers were identified as Rolando Ruiz, 46, of Laurel; Carlos Orlando Villatoro Escobar, 43, of Frederick; Jose Armando...
Man, teenager arrested in connection with Hyundai, Kia thefts
ELLICOTT CITY, Md. — Howard County police detectives charged a man and a teenager in connection with vehicle thefts that police said are part of a nationwide trend of Hyundai and Kia thefts. Video above: Hyundai and Kia respond to theft trends, offer free solutions. Police said the arrests...
DC Man Sentenced to 27 Years in Murder of Single Mom
A D.C. man convicted of killing a woman as her 7-year-old son slept nearby was sentenced Friday to spend 27 years in prison. Darnell Sterling, 57, was found guilty of second-degree murder in the death of 34-year-old Olga Ooro, who was his girlfriend. Prosecutors said Sterling killed Ooro in July...
Jurors struggle to agree on punishment for Fairfax mom who murdered her daughters
FAIRFAX, Va. — A Fairfax County jury spent hours Friday debating an appropriate sentence for the troubled McLean mom who murdered her two young children in 2018, but failed to agree on a verdict by late afternoon and will come back Monday to continue deliberating. Questions they sent out...
16-Year-Old Dead In D.C. Double Shooting
WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Washington, D.C. Metro Police Department is investigating the shooting of two juveniles that happened Tuesday night in Southeast D.C. One of the victims did not survive, and the other was critically injured. Shortly after 9 pm, officers arrived at the 2200 Block of Alabama Avenue to investigate a shooting report. At the location, police discovered two juveniles lying in the roadway. One victim was pronounced dead at the scene, and the other was taken to a nearby hospital and is in critical condition. 16-year-old Traev’on Green, of D.C., was identified as the victim. If you have any information The post 16-Year-Old Dead In D.C. Double Shooting appeared first on Shore News Network.
Fully Automatic Ghost Gun and Hundreds of Fentanyl Pills Seized After Community Complaint
Per MCPD: Officers from the Montgomery County Department of Police – 4th District Community Action Team have arrested 20-year-old Alan Garcia of Silver Spring and a juvenile female following a community complaint in the shopping center located at 12345 Georgia Avenue in Glenmont. On Tuesday, March 21, 2023, at...
County Recreation Offers Spring Break Camps and Activities
The county recreation department offers a number of programs and camps for students while on spring break. This year spring break starts on Monday, April 3 and continues through Monday, April 10. School Day Out. The recreation department, in partnership with KID Museum, offers a program for children in grades...
ARLnow Daily Debrief for Mar 23, 2023
Good Thursday evening, Arlington. Today we published articles that were read a total of 9572 times… so far. The following are the most-read articles for today — Mar 23, 2023. 📅 Upcoming events. Here is what’s going on Friday in Arlington, from our event calendar. 5:00...
Seven shot in 12 hour period in Washington, D.C.
Erinn Broadus on March 24, 2023 WASHINGTON, DC – Seven people were shot in Washington, D.C. over the span of twelve hours beginning Thursday afternoon, according to D.C.’s Metro Police Department (MPD) and local news reporting. The shootings began shortly after 3:30 pm on Thursday, killing one and leaving several injured, according to WUSA9. All of the shootings happened between 3:30 pm and 10:30 pm on Thursday. The first incident happened on Congress Street SE at around 3:45 pm yesterday and involved one adult male victim, according to WUSA9. MPD tweeted to be on the lookout for a white s The post Seven shot in 12 hour period in Washington, D.C. appeared first on Shore News Network.
Philippe Petit, ‘Man On Wire,’ Wows D.C. Elementary Students At Building Museum
It’s no small feat keeping hundreds of elementary school students still and silent for nearly ten minutes. That’s what high-wire artist Philippe Petit accomplished on Friday morning, as he crossed the National Building Museum’s Great Hall, more than 50 feet above students’ heads. Petit, now 73...
10-year-old Tanoshi Inomata is spelling his way from Boston to D.C.
On this week’s edition of the Joy Beat, the All Things Considered team found the perfect guest. We love to have on local experts and future leaders to celebrate their accomplishments, but what’s especially awesome about this guest is that he’s just 10 years old. Meet Tanoshi...
The Mall in Columbia implements new curfew policy
COLUMBIA, Md. — The Mall in Columbia will now require adult supervision for minors on weekends. Starting March 31, all guests under 18 must be accompanied by an adult who is at least 21 years old. The curfew begins at 4 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays. The mall said...
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