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Located Silver Spring takes its name from a mica-flecked spring discovered there in 1840 by Francis Preston Blair, who subsequently bought much of the surrounding land. Acorn Park, tucked away in an area of south Silver Spring away from the main downtown area, is believed to be the site of the original spring. As an unincorporated area, Silver Spring's boundaries are not officially defined.

Population: 76540
Local Newspapers: Silver Spring Gazette
Local Sports Teams: Washington Redskins (NFL) Washington Nationals (MLB) Washington Wizards (NBA) Washington Capitals (NHL)
Local Colleges: Montgomery College

Zip Codes associated with silver spring, maryland: 20901 20902 20903 20904 20905 20906 20910 20912
Towns/Cities near silver spring, maryland : Forest Glen Chevy Chase Takoma Park Hillandale White Oak

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BJ the Chicago Kid could tell Trump 'what the hell is going on in Chicago'

President Donald Trump wants to know, "What the hell is going on in Chicago?" For R&B artist BJ the Chicago Kid, who grew up on the South Side, it's not so simple. Trump publicly bemoaned gun violence in cities like Chicago and Baltimore on Friday, but for BJ the Chicago Kid, police brutality against the black population in his city is a critical issue.

Man critically injured after being hit by, trapped under car in Silver Spring new

A man is in critical condition after being hit by and trapped underneath a car in Silver Spring, Maryland, early Saturday morning. The pedestrian was struck around 1 a.m., near the intersection of Piney Branch Road and Arliss Street, according to Montgomery County Fire and Rescue.

TEDCO gives pre-seed funding to 3 more minority entrepreneurs

Three Maryland businesses received pre-seed funding this quarter from a program designed to help minority entrepreneurs get their tech startups off the ground. The Maryland Technology Development Corp. and The Harbor Bank of Maryland Community Development Corp. announced the awards for the three companies from the Minority Business Pre-Seed Fund, each of which will receive up to $40,000.

Mexico: Andale, andale

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Man charged with co-worker's fatal shooting: - He ... broke my teeth and I shot him'

The shuttle bus driver charged with fatally shooting a co-worker last week on the grounds of the former Walter Reed Medical Center told police he was defending himself during a violent attack that bloodied his mouth and knocked out some of his teeth. But 59-year-old Wright Koonce also told police he shot 45-year-old Brian Andre Gibson multiple times as the younger man had his back turned and was running away, according to a police affidavit.

Actually, 'Eyes Wide Shut' Is Really a Christmas Movie

Die Hard is a Christmas movie. We know this because the American Film Institute's Silver Theater in Silver Spring, Maryland-honestly, one of the great cultural institutions of the Washington area-screens it as part of its Holiday Classics series each December.

Signs and marquees as public art and landmarks

I am a fan of outdoor signage as an urban design element of commercial districts and communities more generally. Although some quarters, such as the group Scenic America, look at most forms of outdoor advertising as a desecration of the public space.

Interim Police Chief Has History Of Service

Interim Harrisonburg Police Chief Steve Sellers poses for a photo on Thursday. Sellers took over on Nov. 7 for Stephen Monticelli, who resigned to concentrate on searching for a job closer to his family.

Brockhampton Reveals 'Saturation III' Tracklist

Brockhampton has confirmed the impending release of their "last studio album," Saturation III . The rap supergroup has shared the tracklist for the upcoming record.

Maryland Medical Pot Shops Restock Shelves After Busy Start

The celebration at most of Maryland's medical marijuana dispensaries didn't last long. After a four-year-plus wait, medical cannabis sales at a handful of the state's 10 fully licensed dispensaries began Friday to patients who waited in line for hours.

Army-developed Zika vaccine induces strong immune response in early trials

A team of U.S. Army researchers at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research are developing a Zika vaccine that has induced a strong immune response in early trials. A team of U.S. Army researchers at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research are developing a Zika vaccine that has induced a strong immune response in early trials.

Trials show inactivated Zika virus vaccine is safe and immunogenic

The investigational Zika purified inactivated virus vaccine was well-tolerated and induced an immune response in participants, according to initial results from three Phase 1 clinical trials. Scientists at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research , part of the U.S. Department of Defense, are developing the vaccine as well as leading one of the trials.

Maryland's medical marijuana dispensaries are poised to begin sales

Investors, owners and future patients look at the new Rise medical marijuana dispensary in Silver Spring, Md., on Tuesday. The first dispensaries are ready to open after a lengthy legal process.

Remains found in Maryland woods identified as those of missing 19-year-old

Remains that were found last month in a wooded area in Brookeville, Md., have been identified as those of a missing teenager. Montgomery County police said the remains are those of Harry Ryan Detwiler of Silver Spring, according to the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner.

'Long Overdue:' Pr. George's Breaks Ground on New Hospital

In a county where 80 percent of residents perceived access to health care as a problem, officials hope a new Prince George's county hospital will solve many of their residents' health woes. High numbers of residents die from chronic diseases like diabetes, chronic lower respiratory disease or suffer from obesity.

Md. couple convicted of fleecing elderly man for $1.2M new

A Silver Spring couple swindled the man they were supposed to be caring for out of $1.2 million and left the 99-year-old a "prisoner" in his own home, according to Montgomery County prosecutors. A jury found Ana Beti Molina and Javier Molina guilty Monday of multiple charges including financial exploitation of a vulnerable adult and theft scheme, stemming from their theft of Gustave Shapiro's savings.

Pedestrian in fatal Beltway crash identified

Authorities have identified a man who was walking in the road of the inner loop of the Capital Beltway when he was struck and killed by a truck. Mark Armstrong, 66, of Silver Spring, was walking in the roadway near New Hampshire Avenue in College Park, Md., around 3:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Even the losers get lucky sometimes: More tales of successful retrievals

I'm afraid today's column may leave you with a sense of loss. But it also may help you find yourself.

Community leaders pledge growth along Purple Line new

Elected officials, business and community leaders signed off on an agreement that's designed to keep housing and business opportunities along the future Purple Line on a level playing field. The Purple Line Corridor Coalition agreement has four goals, to support and grow local businesses, to build a thriving labor market, to make affordable housing available and to support vibrant communities.

SWANA releases WTE safety tips

The Solid Waste Association of North America , Silver Spring, Maryland, has announced the release of a new installment to its Five to Stay Alive safety series featuring tips for waste-to-energy employees. WTE sites are highly mechanized environments where humans and powerful machines frequently come into contact.

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