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Police investigate attack on Russian restaurant as a possible hate crime

Washington – A Russian restaurant in Washington may be feeling the backlash from Russia’s attack on Ukraine. Police are investigating vandalism to the restaurant as a possible hate crime.

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.

Ukrainian woman copes with Russian invasion

Ann Kerda says she leans on prayer as Russia continues its invasion of Ukraine. She is upset for her many relatives and friends who currently reside in Ukraine and are seeing their country being destroyed.

AT&T shuts down 3G network to transition to 5G

College Park, MD – AT&T turned off its 3G wireless network on Monday as it looks to use those freed wavelengths for its faster 4G network. According to the company less than 1% of its mobile data traffic ran through its 3G network the week pending the shutdown. However, other companies’ products will be affected by the shutdown such as GM’s OnStar system and ADT’s home security systems.

Maryland Food Bank receives donation to fight hunger

It’s estimated that roughly two million Marylanders may face food insecurity this year. A big community donation will now provide 230,000 meals across the state to address hunger.

Drivers brace for higher gas prices as Russia invades Ukraine

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.

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.

Diversity among Big Ten head coaches

Head Coaches Mike Locksley and Marisa Moseley reflect on their experiences as Black head coaches in the Big Ten, and Commissioner Kevin Warren shares his insight on how he feels the conference is faring in its diversity numbers.

‘Streeteries’ in Montgomery County will remain at least through March

Bethesda, MD- Montgomery County’s shared street initiative will continue to offer spaces for residents to dine and bike outdoors at least through the spring. County officials say this extension is crucial in offering residents an opportunity to come together in…