Daily Archives: September 16, 2020

More Prince George’s County Businesses Can Reopen

Prince George’s County is allowing more businesses to open their doors and revised some of its coronavirus safety guidelines under its second phase of reopening. The following businesses can reopen with certain precautions in place: Banquet halls, receptions and meeting rooms: Hotels, conference centers and similar establishments that offer dining or meeting facilities to the public can open at 50% capacity…

Maryland Homeowners Concerned About Shifting Retaining Wall

Homes and yards in Fort Washington, Maryland, are sinking and shifting due to a failed retaining wall, residents say. The retaining wall built to shore up the homes on a hill on Hallwood Place is rapidly shifting and the rainy summer made it worse. “It’s really happening right in front of our eyes that the wall is moving,†homeowner Sandra…

Backups Stretch for Miles on EB I-66 After Crash

Traffic was backed up for miles on eastbound I-66 near Route 29 in Fairfax County, Virginia, Wednesday evening due to a crash. The crash briefly shut down all eastbound lanes on I-66 at mile marker 52. All lanes are now getting by. Drivers can expect severe delays and officials said traffic stretched to more than 3 miles back from the…