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On Thursday, a grand jury indicted three men on murder charges in the deaths of two Northwest High School seniors. Police discovered the bodies of the slain teens in a car on the night before their high school graduation.
On Sunday, a road rage incident on Interstate 95 and Interstate 495 prompted a police investigation. A woman and man in a Mitsubishi Lancer with a Pennsylvania license plate flashed a gun at a driver in another vehicle. Police responded … Continue reading
On Monday, an EFO tornado – the weakest category on the Enhanced Fujita scale – touched down in Montgomery County, according to the National Weather Service (NWS). A tornado touched down about 3:48 p.m. in the Silver Springs area, bringing … Continue reading
Hammer & Nails Grooming Shop for Guys, a California-based salon featured on ABC’s Shark Tank, announced Tuesday that it will be expanding to Maryland. The first location in Owings Mills is set to open within the next six months. The … Continue reading
Last week, the U.S. Census Bureau reported the number of people leaving Baltimore had doubled. The report was released as city leaders celebrated signs that appeared to show a slight population gain.
Spring is just around the corner and Prince Georgians are encouraged to prepare for Daylight Savings Time, by making the necessary time adjustments. The local EMS and Fire department has taken it upon themselves to utilize this special time to … Continue reading
On Friday, the Maryland Senate passed legislation that would permit police officers to issue citations for open alcoholic container violations. Under the legislation, offenders would not be arrested, but only be issued a citation in most cases.
The Montgomery County Council voted 5-to-4 in favor of increasing minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2020. However, it is unclear whether Isiah Leggett, Montgomery County Executive, will allow the measure to become law. Leggett made a statement last … Continue reading
Life expectancy in the United States was on the rise for decades, but that came to a sudden stop last year. According to new data released by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the rates of every leading … Continue reading