UPDATE: January 6, 2015 4:10 pm WASHINGTON — Montgomery County police have identified the 18-year-old who was killed by a MARC train Monday afternoon, as Mario Ernesto Hernandez of Gaithersburg. Police say “for reasons still under…
Afternoon trains on MARC\’s Brunswick Line will run at reduced speeds because of the heat.
The Brunswick City Council considered Tuesday
whether to approve a plan that would allow
residents and interested groups the ability to
maintain and care for the city\’s parks and open
A worker was killed at Brunswick Auto Repair
after a tire he was working on blew up in his
Brunswick City Administrator Rick Weldon has
resigned, making him the second city official to
so in the wake of last week\’s mayoral and city
Starting Monday, MARC Brunswick Line passengers
will have to adjust their routines. Some trains
will leave earlier than in the past.
The Prom 2.0 organizers said they felt \”oppressed\” at Brunswick\’s prom by the atmosphere, including the lighting on the dance floor and the music choice — which included too much country, organizers said — and the rules on dancing.
Upgrading platforms and adding weekend MARC train runs are up for discussion as state lawmakers begin brainstorming about the rail system that carries hundreds of Frederick County residents to work each day.
Brunswick\’s mix of shops, restaurants, the Brunswick Railroad Museum, the C&O Canal, the MARC train and new, high quality housing, including the Brunswick Crossing development \”creates an area that is of high value, because you have a lot of people moving around it,\” says Michael Sparks, new executive director of Brunswick Main Street.
As police continue to investigate who is responsible for racist graffiti found earlier this month near Brunswick, residents have their own ideas about why the culprit vandalized the road
Delainie Simpson was born at Frederick Memorial Hospital with a rare chromosomal abnormality known as an unbalanced translocation, about which little is known. A benefit for her will be held Saturday at the Brunswick Fire Hall.
Residents of \’the home of the iron horse\’ are getting a say in how their city will be known in the future
Why would 28 people choose to plunge into the cold Potomac River on Sunday?