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thumbnail favicon nbcwashington.com —  1+ hour, 17+ min ago

Surgical Assistant in Montgomery County Accused of Sexually Assaulting Patient

nbcwashington.com > news > local

...Surgical Assistant in Montgomery County Accused of Sexually Assaulting Patient. Mir Asadullah Naqvi was charged with second-degree sexual assault. A surgical assistant in Montgomery County, Maryland, is accused of sexually assaulting a patient after she had a procedure, police say.... ...Police charged Naqvi, of Ellicott City, with second-degree sexual assault and third- and fourth-degree sexual offenses. He is in jail while he awaits a bond hearing, police said....

thumbnail favicon wtop.com —  21+ hour, 34+ min ago

Dump truck driver charged in fatal Anne Arundel Co. crash

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...Maryland State Police said that 33-year-old Nathaniel Ingram of D.C. was driving a dump truck as part of an active work zone that involved the closure of the ramp from the Outer Loop to Exit 3B. Ingram went the wrong way up the closed exit ramp.... ...The driver of that car -- 33-year-old Anthony Filardo of Severna Park -- died at the scene. Police charged Ingram with vehicular manslaughter, vehicular homicide while driving under the influence, and other traffic offenses. He is being held without bond at the Anne Arundel County jail....

thumbnail favicon wtop.com —  3+ hour, 21+ min ago

Preakness tradition Alibi Breakfast back after 2 years off

wtop.com > other-sports

...Wayne Lukas was telling jokes and things finally felt fully back to normal at Old Hilltop. While the Kentucky Derby winner isn't at the Preakness, the tradition of the Alibi Breakfast returned Thursday to Pimlico Race Course after a two-year absence because of the pandemic.... ...When owner Rick Dawson decided to abandon the chance at a Triple Crown and not run Rich Strike in the Preakness, NBC Sports" senior horse racing producer had to adjust her plans....

thumbnail favicon wusa9.com —  1+ hour, 14+ min ago

Georgia congressman may have led Capitol tour day before riot, January 6th Committee says

wusa9.com > article > news > national > capitol-riots

...Barry Loudermilk (R-GA), the committee requested the congressman voluntarily testify next week about evidence they've reviewed showing he may have led a tour "through parts of the Capitol complex on January 5, 2021.".... ...The Select Committee has requested that Representative Barry Loudermilk provide information for the committee's investigation. Concerns about possible tours of the Capitol drew significant attention in the wake of the Jan. 6 assault on the U.S....

thumbnail favicon baltimoresun.com —  48+ min ago

Sykesville's Freedom Elementary celebrates new playground opening after successful fundraising campaign

baltimoresun.com > maryland > carroll > education

...Principal Jessica Smith said the $150,000 playground features multiple levels of play, including climbing walls, a spinning merry-go-round and many other elements. The kids are loving it,” Smith said, adding that the playground has been open for use since January.... ...Two months earlier, the old playground was condemned by Carroll County Public Schools, which deemed it unsafe. The community raised $150,000 for a full replacement in six months, way ahead of schedule, Smith said....

thumbnail favicon nbcwashington.com —  2+ hour, 30+ min ago

Johnny Depp's Jealousy, Substance Abuse Recounted by Friends

nbcwashington.com > news > local

...The trial for Johnny Depp's libel suit against ex-wife Amber Heard returned to the themes of Depp's jealousy and substance abuse Thursday.... ...Depp is suing Heard for libel in Virginia's Fairfax County Circuit Court over a December 2018 op-ed she wrote in The Washington Post describing herself as "a public figure representing domestic abuse."...

thumbnail favicon nbcwashington.com —  1+ hour, 23+ min ago

Some DC-Area Schools Seeking Uptick in COVID Cases

nbcwashington.com > news > coronavirus

...Frederick County mother Kelly Huggins said her daughter recently got sick on a school band trip to Disney.... ...In Fairfax County, public schools also have seen a spike. The district saw on Monday its highest number of cases in a single day since the school year began. In Prince William County, 7-year-old Jett got COVID two weeks ago. It spread to the rest of his family, including his mom....

thumbnail favicon baltimoresun.com —  1+ hour, 56+ min ago

Annapolis Town Center to add national retailers Pottery Barn, Williams Sonoma later this year

baltimoresun.com > business

...Annapolis Town Center announced it’s adding about a half dozen new tenants to its roster of stores in the coming months, including Pottery Barn and Williams Sonoma. The two national retailers will open in late fall 2022, said Anthony Henry, general manager of Annapolis Town Center.... ...Other businesses opening locations at Annapolis Town Center include fitness chain Life Time, and two furniture stores, Summer Classics and Gabby Furniture. A Washington, D.C.-area Tex-Mex restaurant, Urbano Mexican Fare, will open in early 2023, Henry said....

thumbnail favicon baltimoresun.com —  2+ hour, 3+ min ago

Punter Sam Koch, the Ravens' longest-tenured player, announces retirement after 16 seasons

baltimoresun.com > sports > ravens

...Ravens punter Sam Koch is retiring from the NFL after 16 seasons in Baltimore, the team announced Thursday, and will join the coaching staff as a special teams consultant.... ...Sam has revolutionized the game of football,” special teams coach Randy Brown said....

thumbnail favicon baltimoresun.com —  1+ hour, 48+ min ago

Nick Vespi brought his football with him from Norfolk to Baltimore. So an Orioles fan bought the Tides a new ball.

baltimoresun.com > sports > orioles

...But when Vespi received a call-up to the Orioles on Tuesday, the football followed him to Baltimore. Now it’s thrown around at Camden Yards instead of Harbor Park, and Vespi guessed Tides right-hander Grayson Rodriguez would buy another football for the pitchers to warm up with.... ...After Nick Vespi brought his football with him from Triple-A Norfolk to Baltimore, an Orioles fan bought the Tides a new ball to warm up with. Ryan Blake, who runs the Twitter account @OriolesFanProbz, added a personalized note to the football itself....



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