2021 | News

Residents near Airpark want help curbing low-flying aircraft noise

Plus: Rockville family displaced following fire linked to candle; Duck Duck Goose expands beyond Bethesda, Baltimore to Dupont Circle

Residents near Airpark want help curbing low-flying aircraft noise

Many people living near Airpark in Montgomery County are hoping to drown out aircraft noise with their complaints.

Citizens for Airpark Safety, made up of at least 50 residents, is pushing the county to help curb the problem of what they say are too many small planes practicing touch-and-go maneuvers. [Fox 5]

Rockville family displaced following fire linked to candle

A house fire displaced a Rockville family Thursday morning, and it was traced to a candle they lit before going to bed.

Montgomery County first responders were dispatched to a two-story residence at 616 Nelson St. around 4:45 a.m. for a fire that started in the first-floor bedroom. [WTOP]

Duck Duck Goose expands beyond Bethesda, Baltimore to Dupont Circle

Duck Duck Goose already has successful locations in Bethesda and Baltimore.

This summer, the French brasserie will open its first D.C. location in Dupont Circle. [WTOP]

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Cloudy, then sunny, with a high around 78 and a low around 50

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