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Woman was struck, killed blocks from where husband was hit in 2016

Plus: Vaccine hunters hold pop-up clinic; County names winners in Climate Change art contest

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Woman was struck, killed blocks from where husband was hit in 2016

A 63-year-old woman was struck and killed by a car on Wednesday night, blocks away from where her husband was hit and killed five years ago.

Claire E. Weissmeyer Grossmann, of the Aspen Hill neighborhood of Silver Spring, was killed crossing Georgia Avenue near Rippling Brook Drive. [WTOP]

Vaccine hunters hold pop-up clinic

The Vaccine Hunters group has gone from “hunters” to providers.

Working with Holy Cross Health, the group hold its first vaccine pop-up clinic two weeks ago at Washington Spanish Bilingual SDA Church in Silver Spring. [WUSA]

County names winners in Climate Change art contest

Montgomery County has announced 13 winners in its first Climate Change Art Contest.

Adriana Hochberg helped coordinate the county’s Climate Action Plan and said the art contest helps make the concept of climate change relevant and engaging. [WDVM]

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