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Charlotte Multifamily Report – August 2023

By: Anda Rosu

Posted: September 28, 2023

Most fundamentals are up in recent months.

Charlotte’s multifamily sector had a rough start to 2023, but rent growth rebounds have put the metro back in line with national trends. Rent expansion on a T3 basis was 0.4 percent, on par with the U.S. Meanwhile, occupancy slid 90 basis points to 94.3 percent, while the national rate seems to have stabilized, at 95.0 percent, over the past few months.

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Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service, crews were dispatched to the area of Miller Fall Road and Muncaster Mill Road for a reported crash involving a school bus.

4:34 PM · Sep 7, 2023

MyDrone.Pro participates in a Silver Spring, Maryland event alongside the Montgomery County Police Department, where they discuss deploying drones as first responders to bolster public safety, resulting in safer communities, de-escalation efforts, and heightened efficiency.

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Crash involving overturned truck on MD-28/Norbeck Rd at MD-182/Layhill Rd.

4:21 PM · Aug 29, 2023


2 Topgolf employees shot in Montgomery County; police looking for shooter

by: Paola Belloso

Posted: Aug 29, 2023 / 11:47 AM EDT

Updated: Aug 29, 2023 / 12:28 PM EDT

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Md. (DC News Now) — The Montgomery County Department of Police (MCDP) said that two Topgolf employees were injured after someone shot them Tuesday in Germantown.

MCDP said officers went to Topgolf, located in the 20100 block of Century Blvd., around 12:05 a.m. after it received a report of a shooting. 

When police arrived, they found two men who had been shot. The 18-year-old man was shot in the lower body and the 23-year-old man was shot in the upper body.

Officers said the suspect, a man, shot the two employees following an altercation.  

Medics took both to the hospital. Police expected them to survive.

The person responsible for the shooting left the scene. Police still were looking for that person late Tuesday morning.

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'Find me at the Ferris wheel' | It's fair season in the DMV

Published: 8:08 PM EDT August 11, 2023

Updated: 2:18 PM EDT August 25, 2023

WASHINGTON — It's time to eat your weight in fried food as fair season returns to the DMV.

Across D.C., Maryland, and Virginia there will be several local, county and state fairs held from August through the beginning of October.

So cheers to the only place where you can get all food on a stick! WUSA9 has compiled a list below of all the fairs in our area.

The Maryland State Fair

August 24-27, August 31-September 4, September 7-10.

Held at the Maryland State Fairgrounds since 1879, the fair is the largest ticketed event and celebration of agriculture in the state. 

Get ready for your favorite fried fare, tons of free entertainment, animals and more. 

Tickets start at $10 per person for general admission.

All Time Low with Mayday Parade, Gym Class Heroes, Grayscale and Lauran Hibberd will take the stage Friday, September 8 followed by Quinn XCII with Dwllers on Saturday, September 9. Tickets are $49 per person to attend either concert. 


Everything the Montgomery County Fair has to offer

by: Paola Belloso

Posted: Aug 16, 2023 / 05:43 PM EDT

Updated: Aug 16, 2023 / 05:43 PM EDT

MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Md. (DC News Now) — The Montgomery County Fair has more than 50 buildings that are filled with over 5,000 animals every year. It also has entertainment, food, arts and crafts exhibits and many other activities for families to enjoy.

The fair offers onsite parking for $15, but there is also free parking and a shuttle bus service available from Lakeforest Mall.

DC News Now will be at the Montgomery County Fair on August 18 and 19 from 11:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.

The fair has rides and attractions for all ages. Some of the rides include trains, slides, merry-go-rounds, and tea cups. It also has rides for adults including a gondola wheel, a haunted mansion and a tilt-a-whirl — among other things.

You will also be able to find a lot of options for food to satisfy your sweet or savory craving.

The fair runs from August 11 to August 19. On Monday through Thursday, the fair gates open from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. and the carnival opens from noon to 11:00 p.m. Children under 11 can get into the fair for free.

WUSA9 News

Low water at Triadelphia Reservoir exposes hidden history

Scott Broom |

Aug 10, 2023

OLNEY, Md. — A curious local drone pilot has been posting videos to Twitter after discovering what appears to be the ruins of a lost Valley community on the bottom of Triadelphia Reservoir.

The reservoir has been dramatically drawn down by the Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission, as the agency conducts a sediment control project near Brighton Dam. As a result, experts say hidden history has been exposed by the exceptionally low water.

“As I flew over the one area, that's when I realized there was a good foundation and it was an older structure,” said drone pilot Tim Pruss of Olney, Maryland as he described some of the shots he has of the valley ruins.

“I don't know if it was part of a mill or if it was someone's house,” said Pruss’ wife Yvette, who is a teacher following her husband's aerial adventures.

The entire article can be found here.

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20-year-old charged with setting massive fire to Reisterstown Advance Auto Parts

July 19, 2023

BALTIMORE -- A 20-year-old man was arrested after a firefighter was injured in what officials are calling an arson at an Advance Auto Parts store Tuesday evening in Reisterstown. 

Mayday, a distress signal, was called at 9:44 p.m. at the Advance Auto Parts store in a shopping plaza in the 11900 block of Reisterstown Road, where a three-alarm fire raged. 

Police said Elijah Morgan has been charged with first-degree arson. He was located at the scene of the fire.

Police said Morgan was taken to an area hospital for a mental evaluation.

Firefighters said the flames were difficult to extinguish because of the materials inside the building.

According to the Baltimore County Fire Department, a lieutenant was injured after part of the ceiling fell on them while battling the fire. 

A rescue team was sent inside to rescue him.

"He was disoriented, but he was OK," a Baltimore County Fire spokesperson said.

Officials said the firefighter was removed from the fire and treated with non-life-threatening injuries. He has since been released from the hospital. 

The Greater Olney News

Breathtaking blooms

Judy Hruz |

July 19, 2023

Gorgeous blooms at the Brighton Dam Azalea Garden. Peak season has passed, but this is worth one more look.

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