Sentinel newspapers closing

Sentinel newspapers closing

Plus: Sandy Spring Museum sustains $50,000 in damage after fire; Topgolf opens in Germantown

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Sentinel newspapers closing

The Montgomery County Sentinel and Prince George’s Sentinel are going out of business after 57 and 42 years, respectively, under current ownership. The Sentinel was founded in 1855. [Montgomery Community Media]

Sandy Spring Museum sustains $50,000 in damage after fire

A fire in the attic of the Sandy Spring Museum caused approximately $50,000 in structural damage on Monday night, according to officials.

No artifacts at the museum were damaged and there were no injuries reported. [WDVM]

Topgolf opens in Germantown

The golfing and entertainment venue Topgolf had a “soft-opening” Monday in Germantown. The official opening is scheduled for Friday. [Montgomery Community Media]

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