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Beltway bridge’s new message is ‘Surrender Donald’

Plus: Richard Montgomery student to speak at UN; County liquor store in Olney closed due to COVID-19

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Beltway bridge’s new message is ‘Surrender Donald’

The Washington region’s favorite canvas for pithy commentary bears a new message, one that gives voice to a sentiment more than half the country apparently feels.

An unknown person or people went out on the CSX railroad bridge over the Capital Beltway near the Mormon Temple in Kensington and daubed it with “Surrender Donald.” [Washington Post]

Richard Montgomery student to speak at UN

A junior at Richard Montgomery High School will be joining the YOUNGA forum, a global youth delegation that will be speaking to various United Nations stakeholders on global issues.

Ishanvi Malayanil has been involved with an international nonprofit called Women Deliver, an organization focused on female advocacy. [WDVM]

County liquor store in Olney closed due to COVID-19

The Olney Liquor and Wine store, part of Montgomery County’s Alcohol Beverage Services (ABS), temporarily shut down after a store employee tested positive for COVID-19 virus.

ABS learned of the positive test Wednesday. The employee most recently worked at the store on Oct. 31. [Montgomery Community Media]

Today’s weather

Partly cloudy, with a high around 71 and a low around 46

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