2021 | News

Stolen food truck fundraiser brings in $11K in two days

Plus: Potomac student uses science for social good; Department of Permitting Services to open for walk-in customers

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Stolen food truck fundraiser brings in $11K in two days

Since James Turner’s food truck was stolen and later found damaged and stripped, he’s been determined that he’ll get back out there eventually.

Some friends, coworkers, and residents committed to getting the Beltway Bistro back on the road have put their money where their mouth is, donating to a GoFund Me for Turner that has raised more than $11,000 in two days. [Patch]

Potomac student uses science for social good

Dhruv Pai, a 17-year-old Montgomery Blair High School junior, is determined to use science for social good.

Pai accomplishes that by volunteering for an organization known as Arts-n-STEM 4 Hearts. [WJLA]

Department of Permitting Services to open for walk-in customers

Montgomery County’s Department of Permitting Services will begin welcoming walk-in customers at its new offices at 2425 Reedie Drive in Wheaton starting on Monday.

DPS offices were previously in downtown Rockville. [Montgomery County]

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