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Here are 19 Slang Terms You’ll Only Understand if you’re from Maryland
Welcome to the Old Line State, where the blue crabs reign supreme, and every corner holds a touch of the Chesapeake’s unique charm. From the rhythmic “Old Bay Ballet” to the mischievous “Crab Caper,” Marylanders have a linguistic flair as diverse as the flavors of their seafood. In this exploration of 15 chuckle-inducing slang terms, join us on a whimsical journey through the lexicon that makes being from Maryland a delightfully amusing experience.
VSP says MD man killed in Route 39 crash, 4 passengers hospitalized
UPDATE: 2:41 P.M. BATH COUNTY, Va. (WFXR) — Virginia State Police have released the identity of the person killed in the deadly single-vehicle crash that occurred on Route 39 in Bath County on March 4. VSP says that around 6:35 a.m. on Monday, 51-year-old Jose Rubi Albertico Lemus-Lemus of...
Exploring Hyattsville's Food Scene: A Guide to 3 Outstanding Modern American Dishes
In this article, we delve into the exploration of three contemporary American cuisines in Hyattsville. Have you had the chance to savor any of these culinary delights yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts! Please share your experiences in the comments section below.
A Taste of Africa in Hyattsville: 4 Restaurants That Will Transport You
In this article, we're going to explore four exceptional African restaurants located in Hyattsville. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these establishments yet? If you have, we'd love to hear about your experiences in the comments section below!
PGPD Officer Shoots And Kills Resident During Break-In Call; Body-Worn Camera Footage Released
SUITLAND, Md. – The Independent Investigations Division (IID) of the Maryland Office of the Attorney General today released the body-worn camera footage of the Prince George’s County Police Department’s (PGPD) fatal officer-involved shooting that occurred on February 1, 2024, in Suitland, Maryland. The decedent was previously identified as 31-year-old Melvin Jay of Suitland.
Gaithersburg Mar 04 Weekly Crime Report: 29 Incidents and 5 Crime Stories
Gaithersburg Mar 04 Weekly Crime Report: 29 Incidents and 5 Crime Stories. During the last week, the place of Gaithersburg experienced a total of 29 reported crime incidents. The most common crime was Theft, with 13 instances, accounting for approximately 45% of all crimes. This was followed by Assault, with 8 cases reported, making up 28% of the total. Additionally, there were 3 cases each of Burglary and Arrest, contributing to around 10% each to the overall crime count. Robbery and Vandalism were the least frequent, with only 1 case reported for each, equating to roughly 3.5% each of the total crimes. The data suggests a concerning level of theft and assault incidents in the place, highlighting an urgent need for enhanced security measures and law enforcement presence.
Fire in Southeast DC apartment building
DC Fire and EMS said the fire was a result of a “barricaded individual.” That person has since been taken into custody and evaluated by EMS crews.
Laurel Man Beaten and Robbed While Sitting Inside His Vehicle
LAUREL, MD — A robbery incident in Laurel has prompted an investigation after an adult male was assaulted and robbed while in his vehicle. The attack occurred on March 1,…
Motorcyclist, 41, Killed In Montgomery County Crash: Mdta Police
The crash happened around 4:30 p.m. on the eastbound side of the ICC/MD 200 near Shady Grove Road. The victim, a 41-year-old Rockville man riding a Kawasaki motorcycle, was pronounced dead at the scene, police said. Investigators believe the motorcycle was struck by a white Chevy Silverado after the initial...
Violent Home Invader Attacked Occupants, Arrested by Pollice
FREDERICK, MARYLAND — The Frederick Police Department reported the arrest of Quentin Bassey, a Silver Spring, MD resident, following a residential burglary incident on February 28. Officers were called to…
Man Dies When Car Strikes Tree In Hyattsville: Police
The crash happened around 7:30 p.m. near the 6500 block of Landover Road in Hyattsville, according to the Prince George’s County Police Department. Eloy Ramirez, 29, was heading northbound when he lost control and struck a tree. Ramirez, of Hyattsville, was found unresponsive and pronounced dead at the scene.
Shooting in Takoma Park Leaves One Dead
TAKOMA PARK, MARYLAND — The Prince George’s County Police Department is investigating a fatal shooting that transpired in the unincorporated area of Takoma Park. The department has announced a reward…
Business trade groups demand 'immediate action' by D.C. officials to halt violent crime
Dozens of business trade groups have called on D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser and the D.C. Council to crack down on violent crimes committed by repeat offenders in the nation's capital.
'It's everywhere:' Police warn against driveway repaving scam
FAIRFAX COUNTY, Va. - As the weather warms up, a lot of us start thinking spring cleaning - and sprucing up around and outside the house. Turns out, scammers think this is the time to cash in. Fairfax County Police sent out a warning Monday about a simple scam that...
Jackpot-Winning Maryland Lottet Ticket Worth $41K Sold At Charles County Liquor Store
A progressive jackpot-winning ticket for the Wednesday, Feb. 28 drawing was sold at Hardesty's Drive-In Liquors on Crain Highway in Newburg remains unclaimed days after a lucky Lottery player won $41,780. Lottery officials say that players should check their tickets, and the winner should sign the back of it immediately...
DC police warning residents of fraudulent jury duty summons calls
WASHINGTON (DC News Now) — The Metropolitan Police Department (MPD) was warning residents of fraudulent calls regarding jury duty. Callers were impersonating MPD members in an attempt to extort people by claiming to have issued arrest warrants due to failing to appear for a jury duty summons. The callers then ask for money in exchange […]
Arlington County Mar 04 Weekly Crime Report: 121 Incidents and 11 Crime Stories
Arlington County Mar 04 Weekly Crime Report: 121 Incidents and 11 Crime Stories. During the last week, Arlington County reported a total of 121 crime cases. The most prevalent crime was theft, with 83 instances making up about 69% of the total cases. Vandalism was the second most frequent crime, with 15 cases, followed by assault with 11 cases. Both trespass and suspicious situations were reported 5 times, each constituting approximately 4% of the total crimes. The category 'Other' had the least number of incidents, with only 2 cases reported. This data indicates a concerning prevalence of theft in the place, which authorities should address promptly to ensure the safety of the residents.
Four lucky Maryland lottery players win $50K, two unclaimed prizes remain
MARYLAND (WBFF) — Four lottery players in Maryland recently won $50K. Four prizes worth $50,000 or more were won in Baltimore, District Heights, Hanover and Randallstown topped a list of 31 big Maryland Lottery winners from the past week. Two of those prizes are still unclaimed as of March...
Local Police Investigate Fatal Shooting on Jasper Street in Southeast DC
The Homicide Branch of the Metropolitan Police Department is investigating a fatal shooting in Southeast, D.C. The incident happened on Sunday, March 3, 2024, around 10:05 p.m. Officers from the Seventh District responded to reports of gunshots on the 2700 block of Jasper Street.
JOIA Burger opens in Mount Pleasant Wednesday!
It’s just about go time for Joia Burger. “Get ready for our GRAND OPENING WEDNESDAY MARCH 6th! Come on in to enJOIA Smash Burger made with American Wagyu. If you’re not feelin’ beefy we have Homemade Veggie Burgers too! Finish off your meal with some Ube Soft Serve We can’t wait to welcome you! Opening Hours: Wednesday-Sunday 11AM-10PM”