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UPPER MARLBORO, Md. (February 12, 2019)—Maryland State Police is continuing to investigate a fatal pedestrian-related crash that occurred Monday night in Prince George’s County.
Shortly after 6:30 p.m. on Monday, troopers from Maryland State Police Forestville Barrack responded to MD 202 at Campus Way in Upper Marlboro on a report of a motor vehicle collision that involved one vehicle and two pedestrians.
According to a preliminary investigation, the pedestrians had just gotten off a metro bus at the bus stop and were walking north crossing MD 202 in the crosswalk when they were struck by an oncoming vehicle, a blue BMW 325i, being driven by Jasmine Nicole Jones, 25, of Jessup, Maryland. Jones remained at the scene. There is no indication of impairment being a factor in this crash.
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New Turner Fund Makes First Acquisition
The Turner Multifamily Impact Fund, a real estate investment fund launched last week by Santa Monica’s Turner Impact Capital, has closed on its first acquisition: Regency Pointe, a 48-building housing community in Forestville, Maryland, near Washington, D.C.
The fund aims to invest in multifamily housing properties that will provide affordable housing to families that earn too much to qualify for subsidized housing but too little to be able to buy a home or luxury apartment near where they work. It especially targets housing for those who earn up to 80 percent of an area’s median income.
“Demand for quality, affordable rental housing for working families far exceeds supply in urban markets all over the country,” Turner said...Read More
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Ardeljan Ardeljan, Floarea, 90, of Cooper City, FL died on May 28, 2004. Panciera Memorial Home, Hollywood.*
Bailey Bailey, Elizabeth (Cutler), 73, of Ft. Lauderdale, FL, formerly of Plainville, passed away on Thursday, May 27, 2004. She was the wife of the late Billie Joe Bailey. Betty was born in Bristol on September 22, 1930, daughter of the late Anthony and Helen (Broczkowski) Cutler. A resident of Florida for close to fifty years, she and her husband were quite active in their small Lazy Lake community. She was a well-established accountant, working for the Mai Kai restaurant for over 25 years, and later for her husband’s chiropractic office. Betty was a long time member of the Institute of Management Accountants...Read More
Hilldrup, a family-owned moving and storage company headquartered in Stafford County, has acquired Suddath Relocation Systems’ offices in Dulles and Forestville, Md.
As part of the sale, Hilldrup will acquire Suddath’s domestic household goods, commercial moving and storage operations, as well as its real estate in Forestville. Both relocation companies are top agents of UniGroup, the leading corporate mover in the nation.
“This acquisition brings Hilldrup unmatched service offerings and capabilities in the greater Washington, D.C., Maryland, and Virginia market, which is one of the most dynamic in the country,” said Charles W. McDaniel, Hilldrup’s President and CEO, in a news release.
Suddath will retain its logistics and international household goods business based in the Dulles facility...Read More
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UPPER MARLBORO, Md. — Police in Prince George’s County say they’re investigating after a 63-year-old man was struck and killed by a car on July Fourth in Forestville.
Police say officers were called to the intersection of Pennsylvania Avenue and Forestville Road around 9:15 p.m. on July Fourth for a report of a pedestrian collision. Police say when they arrived they found 63-year-old James Hughes of Forestville lying in the roadway. Hughes was pronounced dead at the scene.
Police say a preliminary investigation revealed that a car was traveling on Pennsylvania Avenue when it struck Hughes, who is believed to have been sitting in the street prior to the crash. Police say the driver remained on the scene.
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Brandywine, MD. – Maryland State Police are investigating a two-vehicle crash in which one person died late this morning in Prince George’s County.
The victim is identified as Dontay Demus, 41, of Waldorf, MD. He was transported to MedStar Southern Maryland Hospital Center, where he succumbed to his injuries. Demus was operating a black Honda motorcycle.
The driver of the white Toyota passenger vehicle is identified as Patricia Arline-Young, 57, of Brandywine, MD. The passenger of the Toyota is identified as Sara Arline, 89, of Brandywine, MD. Both were not injured in the collision.
Shortly after 11:00 a.m...Read More
Although some parts of the country are still experiencing snow, in the region of real estate, things are definitely beginning to thaw, according to a preliminary analysis of realtor.com® data for February.
Coming out of their winter doldrums, listing prices have begun their traditional spring climb and quickly reclaimed historical highs, hitting a median $275,000—which was last summer’s peak. This indicates that we’ll probably see an even higher peak this spring and summer, the prime season for buying and selling homes. Listing prices also increased 10% compared with February 2017.
"Rapid mortgage rate jumps, and confirmation of a brighter economic outlook have inflated the pool of home buyers early in the year, putting an extra squeeze on the mid- and entry-level market," said Javier Viva...Read More