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Missing Woman, 33, Found Dead In Virginia

A 33-year-old reported missing was found dead in Virginia, authorities said.Kelley Muscara's body was found the morning of Saturday, May 14 by the Loudoun County Sheriff’s Office in the area of Kincora Drive in Sterling, they said.Detectives are conducting an investigation into the circumstances su…
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Small businesses in Frederick hoping not to sink amid road repairs on Monocacy Boulevard

FREDERICK, Md. — The threat of severe weather is the last thing anyone wants to hear who has to drive around that massive sinkhole in Frederick, Md. The sinkole damaged a waterline on Monocacy Boulevard and cause a stretch of road from I-70 — near Royal Farms — to East South Street to close indefinitely. Water service was restored to affected customers as of May 9, a statement from city officials says.
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Sterling woman reported missing Saturday found dead

A 33-year-old Sterling woman reported missing Saturday was found dead in the area of Kincora Drive, the Loudoun County Sheriff's Office said in a news release. Detectives are investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of Kelley Muscara in conjunction with the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner. Muscara, 33, was...

Signage up at Homesense in Rockville

Signage up at the upcoming Homesense at 12013 Rockville Pike in Rockville, the former site of A.C. Moore. Homesense is owned by the same company that owns HomeGoods, Marshalls, and TJ Maxx. Cosmopolitan magazine describes Homesense as “HomeGoods on steroids.” The chain sells furniture, rugs, lighting, kitchenware, home décor, and books.

Aggravated assault reported in Regents Square neighborhood of Rockville

Montgomery County police responded to a report of an aggravated assault outside of a residence in the Regents Square community of Rockville early Friday morning, May 13, 2022. The assault, which involved a weapon that was not identified as a firearm, was reported in the 700 block of Azalea Drive, according to crime data. That is right next to I-270.

Doki Toki Japanese Dessert Shop Opening This Week in Downtown Crown

A couple weeks back we let you know that Doki Toki, a dessert shop that will offer Japanese desserts, including ice cream, mochi donuts, milk tea, and a “lot of other desserts”, will be opening in Gaithersburg’s Downtown Crown neighborhood. Last week signage went up, and we have been told that the dessert spot will be opening on Wednesday, May 18th.

Hangry Joe’s Hot Chicken has its eye on Ashburn, Leesburg

A fast-growing hot chicken sandwich chain called Hangry Joe’s has added Ashburn and Leesburg to its list of future locations. The Burn first reported on Hangry Joe’s when they opened a location in the Worldgate Center in Herndon early this year. That was the brand’s third location at the time and now — just four months later — they have nine locations open in four states.

Clarksburg Boys Volleyball Wins Back to Back County Championships

Clarksburg Boys Volleyball recently won back-to-back county championships. The team lost its first match of the year at Churchill High School, 3-2. Since that match the team didn’t lose a single set (42-0) on the way to becoming repeat Champions. The Coyotes became back-to-back champions after taking the third...

Bolen Park Hosts First LoCo Food Truck Fest

Loudoun Parks and Recreation’s first-ever LoCo Food Truck Festival was held Saturday in the parking lot of Segra Field at Philip A. Bolen Memorial Park near Leesburg. Crowds lined up May 15 to try more than a dozen food trucks, hear Todd Brooks and Pour Decisions, play games like cornhole and giant Jenga, and sample a beer and wine garden nearby. Despite the occasional drizzle in the area, the weather stayed mostly clear for the visiting families, who formed long lines for a bite to eat from local food truck favorites.

A quarter-century of conservation: The NCTC turns 25

Come forth into the light of things, let nature be your teacher. — William Wordsworth (1798) The National Conservation Training Center turns 25 this year. This hidden federal facility, nestled along the Potomac River in Shepherdstown, has seen more than 250,000 conservationists enter its campus and, one hopes, return to their homes to make the world a better place.

Math Man Marco adds up in Coin Collector

Charles Town’s one-turn dashes are all about speed, and speed is one thing that Math Man Marco has in abundance. The sophomore Alliance gelding put it to good use Saturday, taking a commanding early lead and holding on to win the $75,000 Coin Collector Stakes by three-quarters of a length.

Man arrested after crash in Glen Burnie leaves woman dead

GLEN BURNIE, Md. — A Sykesville man faces multiple charges after a fatal car crash in Glen Burnie left a woman dead and another person injured. Police said they were called around 1 p.m. Thursday to southbound Maryland Route 10 between the Beltway and Ordnance Road, where a Ford Crown Victoria struck Tramellia Nicole Wright, 47, of Glen Burnie.