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Homeless · Redland

81-year-old woman carjacked while helping homeless in California

Coverage: 2 sources
Police said a woman had been handing out meals around Redlands, California when a man carjacked her SUV and knocked her to the ground.See the Story
Memorial Day · Bethesda

Memorial Day 2022: What’s open, what’s closed

100% Center coverage: 2 sources
Memorial Day falls on Monday, May 30, this year, bringing various closings and service disruptions to the D.C. region. Most major retailers and grocers are open for business as usual on Memorial Day, including Whole Foods, Giant, Safeway, Walmart, Trader Joe's, Publix, Wegmans and Harris Teeter. Most FedEx and UPS shipping services are suspended for the day too.See the Story
Silver Spring · Silver Spring

64-year-old man missing since Wednesday in Mortágua

Um homem de 64 anos está desaparecido desde quarta-feira, em Mortágua, no distrito de Viseu, disse o oficial de comunicação e relações públicas do comando territorial de Viseu da GNR.See the Story
Montgomery County, Maryland · Montgomery County

Teen who allegedly shot fellow Magruder High School student to be tried as an adult, judge says

Coverage: 2 sources
Steven Alston Jr., 17, is charged with attempted first-degree and attempted second-degree murder. DeAndre Thomas was shot in the abdomen by a suspect using a ghost gun, according to prosecutors. Alston faces 15-25 years in prison if found guilty of the attempted murder charges.See the Story
US & Canada · Takoma Park

With ‘Healthy Babies Equity Act,’ Maryland will join other states that provide prenatal care regardless of immigration status

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
Maryland's uninsured rate is at an historic low at 6%, down from 13-15% in 2000. None of the federal programs or these state initiatives for the uninsured population include undocumented Marylanders. The Affordable Care Act is a huge part of that, said Suzanne Schlattman, deputy director of Maryland Health Care for All Coalition.See the Story
US & Canada · Takoma Park

Md. Democratic AG candidates tout resumes during forum

100% Center coverage: 1 sources
This content was republished with permission from WTOP’s news partners at Maryland Matters. Sign up for Maryland Matters’ free email subscription today.Former Baltimore City District Court Judge Katie Curran O’Malley (D) and U.S. Rep. Anthony G. Brown (D) debated each other at a League of Women Voters forum Wednesday evening. (Screenshot by Maryland Matters/Hannah Gaskill)When it comes to policy prescriptions, Rep. Anthony G.See the Story
US & Canada · Takoma Park

Special session unlikely as top officials continue squabbling over automatic gas tax increase

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Gov. Larry Hogan (left), Senate President Bill Ferguson and House Speaker Adrienne A. Jones at a State House bill signing earlier this year. Jones and Ferguson said Monday they would not call a special session to address the state’s automatic gas tax increase. (Andrucyk/Executive Office of the Governor)This content was republished with permission from WTOP’s news partners at Maryland Matters.See the Story
Property · Montgomery County

DEBRA HODGE v. CARRIE M. WARD, et al

Real property — Foreclosure sale — Bankruptcy stay Appellees, the substitute trustees, filed an Order to Docket foreclosure in the Circuit Court for Montgomery County seeking to foreclose on real property owned by Debra Hodge, appellant, and Donna Hodge. The property was purchased at a foreclosure sale by the noteholder for $243,000 by way of ...The post DEBRA HODGE v. CARRIE M.See the Story
Chevy Chase · Chevy Chase

New scholarship named after UMBC’s Freeman Hrabowski III promises $1.5B toward diversity-focused scientists

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Freeman Hrabowski Scholars Program will fund up to 150 diversity-focused, early career scientists over the next 20 years. Every other year, the program will select 30 scholars for five years of financial backing. Scientists at eligible institutions nationwide, including UMBC, can apply by the Sept. 28 deadline.See the Story

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