Montgomery County residents complain of excessive racing and exhaust noise

Street racing and excessive exhaust noise in the D.C. area continues to increase. The Montgomery County Police Department and Maryland State Police have not been successful in finding ways to combat it.  Neighbors are demanding action.

Baltimore to pay millions to businesses damaged during Freddie Gray unrest

The city of Baltimore will pay millions to settle a federal lawsuit with dozens of businesses that were damaged after the death of Freddie Gray in 2015.

Second COVID-19 booster shot gets mixed views from adults 50+

The FDA recently authorized a fourth COVID-19 shot to be taken four months after the first booster. Some people have debated whether getting another vaccine is necessary.

Uber announces new fuel surcharge, citing high gas prices

College Park, MD — With gas prices continuing to rise nationwide, Uber announced a fuel surcharge to help reduce the burden for their drivers.

UMMS and Johns Hopkins deliver $4 million in medical supplies to Ukraine

Baltimore – The University of Maryland Medical System and Johns Hopkins Medicine are donating $4 million dollars in medical supplies to support the Ukrainian people.

Family displaced after Silver Spring apartment complex explosion

It has been five days since a faulty gas line caused an explosion at an apartment complex in Silver Spring. The explosion displaced those at complexes around the original site as well.

Ukrainian-Americans rely on faith as the invasion continues

Baltimore- The St. Michael Ukrainian Catholic Church is holding daily services to support the Ukrainian people and say they have received an outpour of love from the American community.

Auto thefts reach highest levels in the DMV area

Gas prices are approaching levels not seen since 2008. Inflation has contributed largely to this. And now, a threat of a Russian invasion of Ukraine may push prices higher.

Homeless Americans are missing out on Biden’s COVID-19 test kits

With Biden’s COVID-19 test kits arriving to millions of American homes, an estimated 580,466 homeless people did not qualify because of the lack of stable housing. The Montgomery County Coalition for the Homeless fights to “end homelessness in Montgomery County by building a community where everyone has a safe, stable, and affordable place to call home.” The Coalition hosts weekly COVID-19 test sites every Tuesday and Friday through their partnership with Montgomery County, which provides hundreds of rapid test kits.