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    The Montgomery County, Maryland, council on Tuesday approved new rules for the operation of summer camps. Some of the new rules: Only campers from Maryland, Virginia and Washington D.C. are permitted to attend; Camps must separate participants into groups of 25 or fewer for indoor activities and 50 or fewer for outdoor activities, and...
    The public school system in Montgomery County, Maryland, warned the community Monday that a social media post regarding sexual assaults at county schools is fake. In a statement Monday, the school system said the post was made to look like it had been made by the school system, but that “these allegations are completely false...
    Virtually all the wireless hot spots that the Prince George’s County, Maryland, public schools system issued so students could carry on with distance learning are part of a nationwide recall because of a fire risk. The school system said in a statement Monday that Verizon has issued a recall for 2.5 million Ellipsis Jetpack hot...
    A Silver Spring, Maryland, man has been sentenced to federal prison on child pornography charges. Anjan Ghosh Tagore, 48, was sentenced Thursday to 15 years in federal prison for receipt of child pornography, and to 18 months in federal prison for violating his supervised release on a previous child-pornography possession conviction, federal prosecutors said in...
    D.C. is opening COVID-19 vaccination appointments to the public sooner than expected. The D.C. Health Department said Thursday afternoon that in the morning they sent out appointments to all registered D.C. residents eligible for appointments due to their job categories, “and determined that there were enough appointments remaining to begin offering appointments” to all residents...
    Five more men have been charged with assaulting police officers in the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. The U.S. Attorney’s Office for D.C. said in a statement Monday that a superseding indictment had been unsealed, revealing the charges against the five men. Jack Wade Whitton, 30, of Locust Grove, Georgia; Jeffrey Sabol of...
    Police locked down the U.S. Capitol on Friday afternoon. Capitol Police said that the lockdown was in response to someone ramming a car into two Capitol Police officers. The suspect is in custody, they said; all three were injured and have been taken to a hospital. “There is a lockdown here at the U.S. Capitol,”...
    Two 19-year-old men have been arrested and charged with killing a woman in Suitland, Maryland, on Monday. Keimoni Shepard, of Greenbelt, and Brendan Cooley, of Suitland, have been charged with first- and second-degree murder in connection with the killing of Marceese Norman, 30, of District Heights. Norman was found by police in a car on...
    Tubs of Sabra hummus, some of which may have been sold in Virginia, are being recalled after salmonella was found during a routine screening. The Food and Drug Administration said in a statement that the Sabra Dipping Company is recalling 10 oz. tubs of their classic hummus — specifically, ones with a best-before date of...
    The Prince George’s County public school system is looking for the public’s opinion on the academic calendar for next year. The school system will present two options for the calendar to the Board of Education. Option A has classes starting before Labor Day on Aug. 30, 2021 and ending June. 14. Option B would bring...
    The police are asking for the public’s help finding someone who shot at a driver and stole his car at a gas station in in Bladensburg, Maryland, last week. The Prince George’s County police on Thursday released video of the incident at a gas station on Annapolis Road at about 1:30 a.m. March 17. The...
    A teenager from Alexandria, Virginia, is advancing in a national video contest sponsored by the American Bankers Association. Christian Thomas, a student at West Potomac High School in Fairfax County, is one of eight national finalists in the association’s Lights! Camera! Save! competition, aimed at teaching young people the importance of building good savings habits....
    Two teenagers have been charged with murder after a Virginia man police say they were carjacking died in a car crash Tuesday afternoon in D.C. Mohammed Anwar, 66, of Springfield, Virginia, died in the crash on N Street in Southeast D.C., just north of Nationals Park. The police said in their report that the crash...
    All lanes of Interstate 70 are shut down in both directions in Frederick County, Maryland, after a fuel truck overturned, catching fire Tuesday afternoon. The Frederick County Fire Department said at least one person was trapped in the crash, which involved other vehicles. The crash happened a little before 3 p.m. near the rest area...
    Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam on Tuesday announced the loosening of some COVID-19 safety restrictions in the commonwealth. Starting April 1, the cap on social gatherings will be lifted to 50 people indoors and 100 people outdoors, Northam said at a news conference. Indoor entertainment venues can open up to 30% capacity, up to 500 people,...
    An Anne Arundel County, Maryland, police officer shot and killed a man in Pasadena on Thursday. Police said that two officers went to a home on Bodkin View Drive just after 11 a.m. after they got a call from a mental health facility about a man who they said was threatening suicide. When they arrived,...
    Metro has begun the process of building a new series of railcars. Metro said in a statement Wednesday that it had awarded a contract to Hitachi Rail to make at least 256 8000-series railcars, though that number could grow to 800. The contract could be worth up to $2.2 billion. The 8000-series would be an...
    The new terminal at Reagan National Airport is set to open next month. The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority said in a statement Tuesday that the new 14-gate concourse, which will open Gates 46 through 59 and spell the end of the bus at Gate 35X, will have a soft opening April 20. “After the concourse...
    U Street Northwest was blocked while firefighters fought a blaze in a row house. (WTOP/Luke Garrett) Five people were displaced from their homes when a row house caught fire in Northwest D.C. Monday afternoon. The D.C. Fire and Emergency Medical Service said the fire started around 2 p.m. in the house on the 1700 block...
    The new bridge goes over Route 29 at Fairfax Drive. (Courtesy VDOT) A new bridge on the Washington & Old Dominion trail opens Friday and is designed to make travel safer for pedestrians, bicyclists and drivers. The new W&OD Bridge over Route 29, next to Interstate 66, opens Friday afternoon, the Virginia Department of Transportation...
    Maryland residents will get two chances to weigh in on a proposed Pepco rate increase. The electric company is looking to institute a multiyear rate plan that would go into effect next month and last through 2023, the Public Services Commission said in a statement Friday. The commission said tax savings would be passed on...
    The host of one of the most popular radio shows in the D.C. area has died. Peter Deibler, who went by the name Kane and hosted The Kane Show from 2006 until last year, died on Friday after a long illness, his lawyer said in a statement. He was 43. He hosted The Kane Show...
    The second phase of Metro’s Silver Line, which extends from Reston to Ashburn in Virginia, is expected to be ready for Metro to take over by Labor Day. The Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority announced Friday that the pace of testing, as well as meetings with builders and Metro, mean that “substantial completion” should be done...
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