Like ‘living in a war zone’: Residents say increased helicopter traffic is giving them nightmares

The helicopters are impossible to ignore, with their mind-numbing noise that rattles walls, floors, ceilings and nerves.

Fairfax student accused of sexual misconduct loses discrimination case

The 16-year-old student and his father sued Fairfax County Public Schools, saying three female students “colluded” to accuse the boy of inappropriate touching and making sexually explicit comments and gestures.
Sally Tennant inside her shop, Discoveries, in November 2016, a few months after floods roared through Ellicott City. (Katherine Frey/The Post)
Sally Tennant inside her shop, Discoveries, in November 2016, a few months after floods roared through Ellicott City. (Katherine Frey/The Post)

‘That’s it, that’s the end of the store’: Ellicott City business owner who weathered major floods closes shop

Sally Tennant’s home and store sustained major damage in 2016 and 2018. She had been operating out of a temporary location that was set to close Sunday.
Capital Weather Gang

The hottest week of the year so far begins today, with some late storms possible

The mugginess returns in a big way. Highs most days this week will exceed 90, and it’s not until Sunday we might get some relief.

Victim hit in thigh, but wound was not thought to be life-threatening.

Man walked onto road for unknown reasons, police say.

D.C. police said the man was shot during a traffic stop early Sunday, then drove off.


A man who witnesses say tried to intervene on behalf of juveniles being questioned by officers was Tasered and arrested.

Service is delayed through Philadelphia, the railroad said.

The boy, estimated to be 2 to 3, was found alone in a hallway of the Enclave Silver Spring Apartments in White Oak Sunday morning.

Make sure to savor these last few hours with comfortable humidity levels.

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  • Perspective

“Think of the Blob, with multiple tentacles,” one diver said of the crown-of-thorns starfish.

A second man was wounded, police said Sunday.

Police said the victim was 22-year-old George Hendrix, of Southeast.

The unidentified hiker became injured; U.S. Park Police helicopter and Montgomery County rescue boats were deployed to assist.

The unidentified man was pronounced dead at the hospital.

The identity of the man, found near Hunter Woods Plaza, has not been confirmed, police said.

The Mid-Atlantic summer can only be restrained so long.

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59 people displaced, three firefighters burned, fire department says.

Officers responded to a call in the 1500 block of Featherstone Road in Woodbridge.

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