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,…
Savor the Taste of Africa: Top 4 Restaurants in Beltsville You Must Try
In this article, we will be exploring four exceptional African restaurants in Beltsville. Have you had the chance to dine at any of these places yet? If you have, we would love to hear about your experiences in the comments section below!
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 Beltsville, Maryland, and four passengers were […]
Epicurean Adventure in Olney: 5 Modern American Dishes You Can't Miss
This article presents five examples of contemporary American cuisine in Olney. Have you had the chance to try any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below!
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…
Motorcyclist killed in fiery crash on Intercounty Connector
ROCKVILLE, Md. - Authorities say a motorcyclist was killed in a fiery crash Sunday night on the Intercounty Connector in Montgomery County. The crash happened just before 4:30 p.m. in the eastbound lanes of MD 200 near Shady Grove Road. Officers located a Kawasaki motorcycle they say was involved in...
WATCH: Thieves caught on camera stealing over $36,000 worth of merchandise at Moncler
WASHINGTON - D.C. police are asking for the public's help in identifying three people suspected of robbing the Moncler store in D.C. MPD released surveillance video of the theft which occurred on January 18 around 2:15 p.m. According to the police report, three suspects entered the Moncler store on Palmer...
Juveniles, aged 15 and 17, arrested for knifepoint robbery and assault on Belair Road
BALTIMORE (WBFF) — Two juveniles were arrested and charged after robbing and assaulting someone at knifepoint Saturday night according to police. Police say at approximately 10:55 p.m., officers responded to a business in the 5300 block of Belair Road. Upon arrival, officers spoke with a male complainant who advised...
Mclean Mar 04 Weekly Crime Report: 35 Incidents and 2 Crime Stories
Mclean Mar 04 Weekly Crime Report: 35 Incidents and 2 Crime Stories. During the last week, Mclean reported a total of 35 crime cases which included a variety of offenses. The most common crime was classified as 'Other,' which accounted for 11 incidents, followed by theft with 9 incidents, and suspicious situations with 8 incidents. Assault and vandalism each had 2 cases, while shooting, arrest, and trespass each had a single case. The single shooting case is particularly concerning, indicating a serious safety issue. The majority of the reported 'Other' cases were related to service calls such as 'Police Service' and 'Lost/Found Property'. The crime data shows that the incidents occurred at various times throughout the day, suggesting that crime in this place is not limited to specific hours. This data shows an urgent need for increased security measures and vigilance among residents in Mclean.
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.
Ovenbird Bakery closes its Lexington Market stall
Ovenbird Bakery has closed its outpost inside the new Lexington Market. The bakery, known for scratch-made sourdough bread, za’atar-seasoned bagels and other sweet and savory baked goods, left over the weekend, a little more than a year after making its market debut. A Lexington Market spokesperson said the stall had closed as of March 2. Ovenbird confirmed the departure on social media, ...
Man cleaning out his truck finds months-old Mega Millions ticket worth $30,000
A Maryland man said he learned a lesson about keeping his truck tidy when a recent clean-out resulted in his finding a $30,000 Mega Millions ticket among the trash.
Joy to the Heart: An Essay on the January Sophomore Retreat
When one “retreats”, it is a form of reconnecting with something foundational, whether it be with internal conflicts or external influences. Retreating, in its essence, serves as a powerful means of rediscovering and reinforcing connections. To me, the January Sophomore Retreat was a journey of reconnecting with the profound roots embedded in Xaverian history and Charism, and after experiencing that retreat I felt reconnected with that Xavierian history. Stepping out of the routine of our everyday lives provided a rare opportunity to delve into profound reflections on our true motives and how we live our lives and prioritize what truly matters.
Serpentwithfeet Is Still Marching To The Beat Of His Own Drum
From Baltimore to his latest album, GRIP, the artist is crafting his identity through music and style. serpentwithfeet has always been expressing himself artistically. This started back in Baltimore, his hometown, where he would deconstruct old jeans he found lying around the house in the ‘00s. As a kid his mother taught him to sew by hand and the singer and songwriter recalls exploring the limitations of denim, he’d turn scraps into bracelets and other accessories. “I would try a lot of stuff in elementary school and middle school, I can guarantee you it looked crazy most of the time, but I definitely got to play a lot,” he says over a Zoom call from Los Angeles. “I remember my parents definitely encouraged me to be creative.”
Trooper, tow truck driver hospitalized Saturday after I-70 crash, Maryland State Police say
A Maryland State Police trooper and a tow truck driver were hospitalized Saturday after a crash on Interstate 70, according to state authorities. State police said the trooper was struck by a vehicle around noon while responding to a single-vehicle crash on the highway’s eastbound portion in Howard County, just before the interstate’s bridge over the Patapsco River into Baltimore County. The ...
Rev. Lee Michaels, renowned radio talk show host, retires from Heaven 600’s ‘The Morning Experience’
Rev. Lee Michaels has retired after over 40 years as a gospel radio host for “The Morning Experience” on Baltimore’s Heaven 600 radio station. Michaels, who officially retired on Dec. 31, 2023, told the AFRO that his time as host of Heaven 600 “The Morning Experience” was “fun and fulfilling.”
Homicide investigation underway after man shot to death in Southeast DC
WASHINGTON — A man is dead after a late Sunday night shooting in Southeast D.C., sparking an investigation into what happened. Officers with the Metropolitan Police Department responded to Jasper Street Southeast, off of Alabama Avenue Southeast, around 10:05 p.m. after a shooting in the area. Upon arrival, the found a man suffering from gunshot wounds.
The Pride of GC
The Pride of GC consists of the talented band and majorettes team that always awes us with their artistic abilities. The majorettes typically meet after school to practice, while the band is a class on a typical eight-day schedule. When a concert is near, they practice before or after school. The Band at GC is big on connections and making friends, with Mindy Garay ’26 saying, “Always make sure you try and at least get to know the members in your community that you play with.” Friendships are common in the band, and there are several fun experiences; Andrew Neff ’26 describes one of those experiences as “putting together the full marching drill on the football field and playing for halftime.” The Pride of GC’s community spirit brings out the best in each member, who are very close, like a family. Mindy Garay, ’26, sums it up like this: “The best part for sure is the people I met in the band. I talk to them a lot and enjoy always talking to them. I just enjoy the community I have made in the band. It almost feels like another home”.
Bay Crane acquires Mid-Atlantic crane operations of ML Holdings
The Bay Crane Companies has purchased two crane service companies in the Mid-Atlantic region from ML Holdings (ML): United Crane & Rigging and Crane Rental Company. This acquisition adds to Bay Crane two full-service locations, Baltimore, MD and Capital Heights, MD, along with a fleet of 88 cranes and hoists and almost 200 trucks, trailers and other support equipment.
Jury moves into deliberations in BPD Officer ambush murder
BALTIMORE (WBFF) — Jury deliberations will continue Tuesday in the double murder trial of Elliot Knox, one of the two men accused of killing BPD Officer Keona Holley, and then Justin Johnson. Officer Holley and Johnson were executed in cars about 90 minutes apart back on December 16, 2021....