Five Things to Know Today, Oct. 16, in Montgomery County

Five Things List-03Here are your five things to know today, Oct. 16, in Montgomery County:

1. We have your first look at the “aggressive owl” that has been in the news for attacking joggers along the Capital Crescent Trail, north of River Road.

2. Interim Superintendent Larry Bowers has released recommendations to address construction and school capacity issues throughout the district.

3. Community Service Week begins today. Speaking of volunteers, the Corporate Volunteer Council of Montgomery County holds its annual luncheon and awards ceremony today.

4. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan has ordered the state flag to half staff today.

5. Our Weekend Planner is your guide to fun in Montgomery County.


–It’s also World Food Day today.

–After several thefts from vehicles in the Kentlands community, Gaithersburg police are reminding motorists to lock their vehicle’s windows and doors.

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Sonya Burke

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