Officer, Maryland, Frederick County discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

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Four meteorologist Lauren Rickets Right now we have 38 degrees and Bristowe we have over in Maryland and Rockville 38 degrees, and it's 37 degrees in downtown D. C right now to 11. Greenbelt Police officer is in critical condition this afternoon after she was hit by a car while responding to an accident. It happened shortly after 10 last night on Edmonston Road north of Cherrywood Lane. The veteran officer was hit outside her car She helped a U. S. Park Police officer respond to another crash that happened minutes earlier. The person that hit the officer remained on the scene. Memorial fund has been established in honor of Maryland Congressman Jamie Raskin son who recently died at the age of 25 that Tommy Raskin Memorial Fund for People and Animals was launched with an initial contribution of $50,000. There will be a private funeral on Tuesday in a virtual public memorial service later this month. The school system in Frederick County, Maryland, is taking precautions after an increase in local coronavirus cases. All small group in person instruction and winter sports practices are suspended for Frederick County Public schools as area sees a surgeon coronavirus cases. The school system says that starting on Monday, all instruction will be virtual. Until further notice. Teachers can still use the classrooms at schools to teach virtual lessons. But teleworking is encouraged. Students who need the Internet to access remote classes will still be allowed in school buildings, according to the school system. As of Sunday, Frederick County has an 11.2% 7 Day positivity rate for the coronavirus, Valerie Bonked w T. O P News, a new report shows the DCs economic recovery will take a while due in large part to the huge financial hit taken by restaurants and hotels. There's been so much financial pain in 2020, but DCs hospitality industry was hit especially hard with tax revenue from hotels and restaurants down a staggering 46%. A new report from the district office of the chief financial officer shows that overall revenue in D C isn't expected to return to fiscal year 39th level until 2022 with the widespread deployment of vaccines and an economic recovery. Over the next three fiscal years. DC's economy is projected to take a $461 million revenue loss that's actually better than initially projected, with DCs expected revenue revised upward by more than 320 million. Nick I Nelly. W T. O P News. Big change affecting lots of metro system riders starts today. Metrobus is resuming fare collection and front door boarding writers had been using rear.

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