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01:36 min | 7 months ago

"jan gardner" Discussed on WTOP

"Three Georgia men convicted in the killing of the Ahmad Aubrey are set to be sentenced today Father and son Greg and Travis mcmichael and their neighbor William Bryan were convicted of murder for chasing Arbery and pickup trucks cutting off his escape route and then shooting and killing him with a shotgun Under Georgia law murder carries a mandatory life PRES sentence in prison The judge's main decision now will be to whether to grant the defendants and eventual chance to earn parole As state law requires Frederick county Maryland is setting up a police accountability board and leaders there say community input is crucial As the legislation is currently drafted there will be 5 members on the Frederick county police accountability board But some have suggested going with a 7 member board says county executive Jan Gardner it will oversee and report on complaints involving four law enforcement agencies in the county The goal is transparency and accountability For the first time there'll be one location in Frederick county to find information about complaints Filed against law enforcement Gardner will hold a virtual town hall to get input from the public on January 24th a bill to establish the board must be passed by may 1st Michelle bash The two Michigan parents charge with their it with their son in a deadly shooting school shooting are returning to court today asking for a lower bail James and Jennifer crumbly have been locked up since December 4th because they can't pay a $500,000 bond A lower bail of $100,000 would allow them to get out of jail You might remember the crumblies they are facing involuntary manslaughter charges for the November.

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02:05 min | 7 months ago

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"The Moderna COVID vaccine should now get a booster shot 5 months after their second dose That's instead of 6 months after the second dose which was the previous guidance earlier this week the agency made the same change for those receiving the Pfizer vaccine more on this throughout the day here on TOP Well sentencing day has arrived for the three white man accused of convicted make that of murdering a black man while he was out on the run in South Georgia The chase of ahmaud Arbery riled emotions far beyond Glenn county and led to a revamp of Georgia's citizen's arrest law The world is waiting to see what kind of sentence judge wants We will hand down University of Georgia law here emeritus Ron Carlson says the convicted trio may speak and express remorse its sentencing but that could only mitigate so much The judge's options are very narrow but these are very important distinctions Does he levee a sentence of life without parole or life with parole They'd have to serve 30 years before getting a chance at parole Veronica waters for CBS News Atlanta A child and a woman have been found shot to death in Clinton Police say it happened at a home on Wendy street shortly before 6 last night officers also found a man who had been shot He's now at a hospital and is expected to survive A juvenile has been arrested but police aren't saying what his relationship to the victim is they do say the shooting was domestic related Well it is required by state law and as Frederick county Maryland works to create a police accountability board people who live in the area are being asked to chime in Frederick county executive Jan Gardner has introduced a draft bill to make it happen The bills will work in progress There are a few details where we have not yet come to consensus primarily the number of people on the board The bill calls for 5 members but Gardner says others would like 7 and she's open to that It also establishes qualifications for members And lays out the process by which the board will consider complaints and make reports Gardner will hold a virtual town hall to get public input on January 24th to meet state requirements the bill must be passed by may 1st Michelle bash news Coming up vice president Harris talks with our own Mitchell Miller It's 9.

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WTOP

02:42 min | 7 months ago

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"Skies and quiet conditions In fact next week we get a lot more sunshine I'm storm team four meteorologist samar Theodore 56° in hyattsville 50 in Fredericksburg 48° in eastern Maryland on the eastern shore 55° outside the WTO studios all brought to you by Len the plumber trusted same day service 7 days a week It's three 21 now Frederick county Maryland has become the latest county in our area to bring back an indoor mask mandate It's been in effect since early Friday night in public indoor spaces I do believe mass do work We are at the beginning of what is predicted to be a dramatic surge in cases I think it is important for us to protect our healthcare system and our hospital and they have asked us to do so That's Frederick county executive Jan Gardner the CDC has shortened the coronavirus isolation guidelines for those who test positive for the coronavirus local doctor says however you should still be careful If you test positive for the coronavirus and are asymptomatic the CDC now says you can come out of isolation after 5 days Doctor Glynn wortman director of infectious diseases at med star Washington hospital center says the key is that you still need to be careful when to come out of isolation Recommend that you wear a mask a good mask for the next 5 days So it's really a total of ten days still When it comes to preventing the spread of the coronavirus after those first 5 days doctor wartman says it's really important that you truly aren't showing symptoms If you're still shedding virus it might not help So it's really important to still wear the masks We bonk to be TOP news Officials at hospitals in our region have a pretty simple message this morning they're asking you not to go to the emergency room if you're just looking to get a COVID test The Virginia Department of Health and the Virginia hospital healthcare association issued a statement together calling on people to avoid quote unnecessary trips to already burdened hospital emergency departments It comes as emergency medicine physicians are seeing a sharp increase in patients seeking COVID tests while people with severe symptoms should consider going to the ER The Washington Post reports hospitals across the D.C. region are discouraging people who are asymptomatic or have mild COVID symptoms from seeking coronavirus tests in emergency rooms and urgent care offices as they have their hands full right now Nikki and Ellie TOP news Indeed they do It's new year's resolutions time for a lot of people a popular one deals with smoking Quit don't switch Jennifer falcon Roth is with the American lung association E cigarettes are in fact tobacco products and the FDA has not found any E cigarette to be safe and effective in helping smokers quit Holck and Roth says to truly and addiction.

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"jan gardner" Discussed on WTOP

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01:30 min | 7 months ago

"jan gardner" Discussed on WTOP

"It is important for us to protect our healthcare system and our hospital and they have asked us to do so Frederick county executive Jan Gardner coming up on holidays or daunt the prosecutions of the January 6th insurrectionists continues We've got traffic and weather next It's 1107 If your hair is thinning there is only one company with the experience to grow your hair back PAI medical Virginia At 703-763-0118 Why Their hair transplant technology is trademarked Nobody else has it PAI medical group has been specializing in hair transplants for over 25 years Today you'll receive $1000 off their trademarked procedure Multiunit hair grafting or the artist robotic fue PAI medical Virginia is so confident of the results you will have they are giving you this offer when you call today PAI medical Virginia is only one of two clinics in the entire U.S. to have this technology Go to PAI medical Virginia dot com or call them right now at 703-763-0118 for a free evaluation That's 703-763-0118 and grow your hair back It's 1108 at a $49 furnace tuna by calling 809 four 8 Mike Traffic and whether every ten minutes on the 8th to Ian Crawford in the WTO traffic center Hello Chris we're going to start in Maryland.

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01:34 min | 7 months ago

"jan gardner" Discussed on WTOP

"From COVID Over the next two weeks the state has about 4500 courses of treatment but more are expected to be in supply around Maryland as we move through the month of January Pax levied in monu are the first oral antiviral treatments given emergency use authorization by the FDA John Doe in WTO P news A Gaithersburg based company says it's turned in all the data needed to apply for emergency use authorization of its COVID-19 vaccine Under FDA protocol novavax says it expects to apply for emergency use authorization a month from tonight Novavax was already getting conditional marketing authorization in the European Union and emergency use listing from the WHO This would be a protein based vaccine novavax has it has a better than 90% efficacy rate in fighting COVID and protecting you from coronavirus Frederick county Maryland has become the latest in our area to bring back an indoor mask mandate It's been an effect since early this evening in public indoor spaces I do believe mass do work We are at the beginning of what is predicted to be a dramatic surge in cases I think it is important for us to protect our healthcare system and our hospital and they have asked us to do so Frederick county executive Jan Gardner coming up on WTO I didn't know what Facebook was And now that I do know what it is I have to say it sounds like a huge waste of time We are remembering Betty White she has died at 99 weeks before what would have been her 100th birthday We'll take you live to Los Angeles and entertainment reporter Ross crystal to remember Betty.

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02:48 min | 8 months ago

"jan gardner" Discussed on WTOP

"Chief says none of the four officers involved were hurt they've been placed on administrative leave while these state's attorney general's office is investigating as required under law There was body cam footage and they hoped to release it within two weeks they say Shayna stool and WTP news knew this afternoon There are a record number of COVID patients in Maryland hospitals It's now over 2000 Governor Larry Hogan says most of those being treated are not vaccinated The state has already made moves to maximize beds including requiring hospitals to suspend elective surgeries deploying the National Guard to help it test sites and distributing half a million rapid tests Hogan says this outbreak is not march of 2020 but it's important to use common sense and take precautions including vaccines and boosters But the Maryland health hospital association says this isn't enough it wants Hogan to declare a public health emergency CEO bob Atlas tells the Baltimore sun hospitals are nearly full emergency rooms are crushed and nursing shortages are making the dilemma worse Kate Ryan explains how all this is affecting a couple of local counties and how they're planning to deal with it And arundel county executive Stewart Pittman noted the number of COVID patients in county hospitals had doubled in just a week to 134 and that hospitals there moved to crisis levels of care but he won't declare an emergency because the county council holds that authority Stay tuned I believe that if their next meeting next week they'll be discussing that issue Pittman said he won't impose a vaccination mandate If you end up shaming people into doing things given the politics of all of this you get a certain amount of pushback In Frederick county where coronavirus cases have also hit record levels county executive Jan Gardner says she's asking for that county sport of health to hold an emergency meeting Thursday Kate Ryan W TOP news When you dial 9-1-1 there may be fewer firefighters and EMS workers available to help and the reason is COVID Michelle morillo explains the problem and how one department is filling in the gaps Montgomery county fire rescues working with only about 90% of their workforce due to a spike in COVID cases That is impacting my workforce availability of career and volunteer personnel Fire chief Scott Goldstein Over 130 fire rescue workers were out with COVID and other 75 with other illnesses and there just aren't enough people to cover the shifts So they're putting plans in place to address the shortages Make as many people available for staffing as possible To do that they're bringing firefighters and paramedics who were in training back to work moving staff from lower call areas to busier areas of the county and creating a dedicated officer to coordinate with ERs to cut down wait times for emergency vehicles that overcrowded hospitals Michelle Morello WTO P.

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03:04 min | 1 year ago

"jan gardner" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"New this hour. We're running into a perfect storm for gas prices to go in one direction, and it's not the direction you want. I think the rest of the summer is likely to be more of a penny pincher for motorists, with gas prices going up for potentially a few more weeks into late July. Maybe into early August. Analyst Patrick DeHaan with Gasbuddy says demand has driven prices up. OPEC is refusing to produce more oil and we're headed into hurricane season, which always wreaks havoc on oil production. But don says, coming out of the pandemic at this point, anyway, customers are not price sensitive. They're driving no matter what also new this hour. Prince William County Police are potentially looking for several suspects in the shooting of a man in Woodbridge shortly after 10 last night, This was on Princess and laying a residential. Behind this Antara, Northern Virginia Medical Center. The victim was flown to another hospital for treatment. No word yet on any suspect or a motive In that case with the July 4th holiday now passed US. Frederick County is moving this week to get his many employees back into their offices as possible, with plans to allow members of the public to go into a public buildings next month. For now, though, Mass will continue to be required whenever employees are in public areas of county buildings. Or in meetings are gathering some employees. But certainly when people are alone in there, officer at their deaths. They do not need to wear a mask, County executive Jan Gardner says by September 1st. Those who are fully vaccinated employees and the public alike can go mask free and county offices. The unvaccinated will have to keep on wearing masks to members of Maryland Task Force one or helping out with the search effort at the collapse. Condo building in Surfside, Florida, The two structural engineers are civilian specialists store part of Montgomery counties, Urban Search and rescue team fire Chief stock Goldstein These engineers have received specialist training from the U. S. Army Corps of Engineers on The disaster engineering. One thing they're doing in Surfside is looking at the rubble pile and figuring out where they can do certain types of lists, meaning removing the large chunks of concrete by crane, he says. They're not looking into the cause of the collapse. Heather Curtis sound W M A. L N W m a l dot com. What a difference A year makes for Metro? Well, Mata says ridership on the Fourth of July top 210,000 trips. Sunday was the system's busiest day since before the pandemic as many people headed to the National Mall to watch the fireworks. And while it was a good day for Metro, it is still far short of the roughly 401,000 trips for Independence Day festivities Back in 2019, according to the transit agencies. Twitter account, Maria Leaf Fun doubled remedial and Del gran mail dot com five year old boy was shot while playing outside during the Fourth of July picnic in the Columbia Heights neighborhood of Northwest. No one realized As the crime had taken place until hours later, when the boy's family took him to the emergency room got next ray and found out he'd been shot traffic and weather coming up, Celebrate the grand reopening of America.

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02:15 min | 1 year ago

"jan gardner" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"There have to two inches by the end of the day seven. News meteorologist Veronica Johnson says A flash flood watch is in effect across northern Virginia through this evening. A flood warning is set to expire at this hour for areas Thanks to a vaccine campaign that's seen the number of cases dwindle has nearly half the state is now fully vaccinated. The end of the emergency will bring back a ban on face coverings that was in effect before the pandemic. The governor Ralph Northam, says he will ask lawmakers to amend that in a special session, Frederick County hit a benchmark in its covid vaccine efforts this week. More than half of all of our residents are now fully vaccinated. The number of fully vaccinated people, said 133,404, or 51.4% County executive Jan Gardner says more than 85% of seniors in the county are fully vaccinated. That's one of the best records in Maryland, Two members of a neo Nazi group called the base have pleaded guilty in federal court in Greenbelt to gun charges and obstruction of justice. Those two along with a third man were arrested on federal charges in Maryland ahead of a January gun rally last year at Virginia's capital. Richmond. The men had been secretly recorded by the FBI plotting an attack at that rally as a means to launch a race war. The rally went off peacefully. Montgomery County is promising more or less normal school for most students this fall, though some will apply to its virtual academy. It will be instructor led five days a week There will be a alive teacher in the virtual academy, working with students in class time, just as they would in the brick and mortar school. For our kids. Eight students, in particular, the district's Cara trend, camp says. So far they have 500 applications. The academy is for students who have documented medical conditions and those whose grades have improved by learning at home. Maria Leaf on Double your mail and double gmail dot com. The Walter Johnson High School Community and Bethesda is mourning the deaths of two students who died in West.

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01:55 min | 1 year ago

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"By that day, I expect every school division to make in person learning. Options available in accordance with the guidance governor nor them also telling schools across Virginia to plan for summer school options. This won't be mandatory, but it definitely needs to be an option. Our Children need to catch up to be ready for learning in the fall, nor them, noting both the decline in academics alongside the rise and behavioral issues and Children. As distance learning drags on Barbara Breath W M A L and w e mailed calm, rational Democrats moving forward to pass President Biden's $1.9 Trillion American rescue package, Having passed a budget budget reconciliation measure in the Senate last night, this is the White House Council of Economic Advisers member Jared Bernstein, talking about the $1400 stimulus checks that are part of the plan. We have to understand that targeting this case He's reaching families at the low end of the middle end families who have been hit and are struggling with this crisis. The hardest hit job sector in the economy right now is hospitality and in Frederick County, they're trying to lend a hand. The county has about $833,000 County executive Jan Gardner wants to give that to hotels and bed and breakfast to help them stay afloat to cover regular operating costs. Costs related to covert 19. The county's also loosening restrictions on restaurants, allowing them to stay open until midnight. Starting tonight. The last call for alcohol remains at 10 P.m. the danger Still real Frederick is coming off its worst month for deaths of the entire pandemic. John Matthews on W. M A. L and W m a l dot com. I'm good news tonight for the Kansas City Chiefs, the head of the Super Bowl as a player is cleared. The team's co vered list. The Kansas City Chiefs activated receiver to Marcus Robinson from their covert 19 reserve list on Friday. After placing Robinson and center Daniel Kilgore on the list Monday as close contacts to someone who had tested positive for the coronavirus. Robinson has tested negative.

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02:29 min | 1 year ago

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"Every school division to make in person learning options available in accordance with the guidance governor nor them also telling schools across Virginia to plan for summer school options. This won't be mandatory, but it definitely needs to be an option. Our Children need to catch up to be ready for learning in the fall, nor them, noting both the decline in academics alongside the rise and behavioral issues and Children as this Since learning drags on Barbara Britt W E Mail and W e mailed calm. The hardest hit jobs doctor in the economy right now is hospitality and Frederick County's trying to lend a hand to county has about. $833,000 County executive Jan Gardner wants to give that to hotels and bed and breakfast to help them stay afloat to cover regular operating costs and costs related to covet 19. The county's also loosening restrictions on restaurants, allowing them to stay open until midnight starting tonight. The last call for Alcohol remains at 10 p.m. the danger Still Real Frederick is coming off its worst month for deaths of the entire pandemic. John Matthews on W. M A. L and W m a l dot com. Nationally, US employers added just 49,000 jobs in January. That drop follows the decline of 227,000 jobs in December, the first lost since last April. This pen it had an all night are working on a coronavirus Financial aid bill, a Republican led vote A Rama made some key changes in a $1.9 trillion relief plan. There will be no increase in the federal minimum wage and undocumented immigrants will not receive stimulus checks. President Biden, meeting with Democrats in the Oval Office, defended the price tags saying Real Americans are hurting. We can't do too much here. Waken do too little. Do too little. Spider Vice President Harris broke a tie on the budget resolution, which clears away for final passage of the president's plan, which may also need her vote. Rachel Sutherland. Fox is the White House Covert response team. Holding a briefing today, Dr Anthony Fauci talked about the latest Johnson and Johnson covert vaccine and a potential emergency use authorization for it. The data and now with the FDA. They are examining it. They have scheduled the advisory committee. They're ver packed the vaccines and related biological products. Advisory Committee, which will meet in three weeks on Wall Street. This now or the Dow's up 126 points, the S and P 500 up 21, the NASDAQ Up 93 double drama L Traffic and Weather. Next.

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02:42 min | 1 year ago

"jan gardner" Discussed on WTOP

"The D C area, citing the current travel advisory, urging people not to come, guests will be refunded in full hosts will also be reimbursed. Andrea Cameron w T o P News Street closures and shut down metro rail stations will make getting around the D C region. Ah bit tomb or difficult leading up to the inauguration, and that has a popular ride sharing company providing a cautionary message to drivers. And a warning to writers. Uber says he has no tolerance for any violent or illegal behavior by anyone using the ride share service, innit Warren's bands are on the table for anyone who breaks those rules that goes for user's in DC, leading up to the inauguration or anywhere else. Protests might be happening like state capitals in Maryland and Virginia, in a statement given the W T O P Uber says drivers will be kept up to date within at messages regarding any unrest. Drivers are also being Encouraged to cancel any trips that leave them questioning their safety John Doman w T. O P News. A Metro committee has agreed to send the 2021 budget out for public comment, and the good news is it avoids major cuts. But board members are warning that's on Lee. The case temporarily. If more help, doesn't come soon. Next month, you get a chance to weigh in on Metro's budget, which prevents deep service cuts and saves jobs. Things to unexpected federal funding boost of around $610 Million, But committee members say there could still be massive service cuts in January of next year. If finances don't improve Maryland Transportation Secretary Gregory Slater. We have to plan for the worst Republican, but it's going to be really important to me to know. Amended Budget expands Metrobus service up to 82% of pre pandemic levels of May. The budget also saves 1200 full time jobs from being eliminated in February. The budgets final approval will come in April Valerie Bonked w T o p News When can you get a covert 19 vaccine in Frederick County, The county says nearly everyone in the phase one a priority group should have at least their first shot by the weekend. And it's up to the state to say when vaccinations can begin for those in phase one be, Frederick County executive Jan Gardner says Shawn's are only available by appointment. We do know that everybody doesn't have access to the Internet and that the appointment system is maybe a bit frustrating for certain people to sign up online, so we will have a Call center of sorts, Our founding now to find out when Maryland moves into the next phase of vaccinations. Gardner encourages residents to sign up for a text alert by texting Fred Cove in 19. 2888777 Coming up some tragic news about a police officer in our area..

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02:41 min | 1 year ago

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"L Rich announced his new plan during a virtual meeting of the leaders of Maryland's seven Largest counties, And during that meeting, county executives shared their concerns about rising hospitalizations on the strain. They're putting on hospital workers joining us with more on Skype wt Opie's Dick Uliano Dick what changes are being considered in Montgomery County, and when could they take effect? Or Hillary Indoor Restaurant. Dining is already sharply limited in Montgomery County. Under this executive order that the county executive Mark Eldritch has sent to County Council all restaurant indoor dining. Would be halted effective Tuesday. 5 P.m.. That is if the county approved so they would completely shut down indoor restaurant dining. They're also looking at new limits on retail stores. And presumably, this could affect people you know, headed off to the giant at busy times. What they're looking at is no more than one person for 200. Square feet, a limit of 150 people in a retail store at the same time and indoor gatherings that religious institutions, non professional sports venues and such limited to 10 people. So those were some of the restrictions that could take effect next week in Montgomery County, not just Montgomery County. But these other counties air expressing some concerns. What are some of the challenges those other counties are facing. Well, you Sean Prince George's County executive. Angela also broke pointed out that Prince George's is one of the hardest hit counties with over 45,000 positive cases. Positivity rate off 10% and also, Brooke says that that's compounded by the impact of the virus. That county has the state's highest unemployment rate. And she says personal gatherings are a problem. And they're trying to get people to understand to cut those out also interesting, the Sean and Hillary Frederick County, the county executive, Jan Gardner said. Great concern in Frederick County. In just the past 24 hours. They've seen a 25% surge in hospitalizations. That's a big change in 24 hours. But let me quickly add that she saw a little bit of good news, she says. Different from the spring. They're seeing fewer people going in going into the ICU and the hospitals are a bit better prepared. Hey, take the clock has run out, but just very quickly. What are scientists who advised Maryland's elected leaders saying Well, he'll read. They're saying that the states in a dangerous place that the virus are rather, the vaccine offers light at the end of the tunnel,.

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01:49 min | 1 year ago

"jan gardner" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Mayor Mariel balance They're getting rid of the quarantine list in favor of mandatory covert testing. Anyone coming to D? C. We'll need to get a test 72 hours before they arrive, and if they stay in town, they'll need to get tested 3 to 5 days within their arrival. The emergency order allows private entities such as employers and hotels to require proof of testing, though Bowser says the city won't be checking up on you. Nobody's gonna be asking you. At the airport or the train station to show your papers. If this sounds like a pain, Bowser has this advice. Travel should be restricted as much as possible. Maryland and Virginia residents are exempt. John Matthews on W. M A. L N w e mail dot com Case numbers Increasing in Frederick County where County executive Jan Gardner says new restrictions maybe coming wearing a face covering it's simple and it's effective way to limit the spread of the virus. It's not a political statement. It's just really what we need to do. So that we can keep our businesses open and we can keep people healthy. Gardener says She's also waiting to see what Governor Larry Hogan will stay at a late afternoon news conference ABOUTTHE States progress with the virus. Let's no speaker at the county Executive and County Council in Montgomery County are finding the state's plans to expand capacity and I to 70 in the Beltway. The County Council's calling for more studies not only on the environmental impact in nearby Parkland but also wants to state to consider other alternatives. Council vice president Tom Hucker We recommend going back and asking for further study of the Maryland to 100 alternative. A CZ has been our position for nearly a year now. The county also noting the recent failed public private purple in partnership and due to cope in 19, the changing commuter patterns, casting doubt on whether added lanes are even needed. Barbara Brit w W e mail dot com.

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01:54 min | 2 years ago

"jan gardner" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"Than ever depend on 105.9 FM W M A L A Cumulus stations News Now news at noon. I'm Maria leave early voting continuing in Virginia after a busy first day event voting person in person voting on Friday. So we anticipated Online, But the enthusiasm that we saw with the first day was was exciting and surprising. Christopher Piper, the Virginia Elections commissioner, tells males mornings on the mall. Local jurisdictions can make adjustments so voters don't have to wait in line like county, realizing the demand, went ahead and took another room in the kind of government center and opened it up. More satellite centers for early voting or set to open in northern Virginia County starting in mid October. Barbara Brit W e Mail and w l dot com President Trump says the announcement for his nomination to replace replacing the late Supreme Court. Justice Ruth Bader Ginsberg will likely come Friday or Saturday, Speaking on Fox and friends, the president discussing what qualities he's looking for somebody's really understands the law and abide by the Constitution. And a good person. We're looking for a good person, The person who's really been somebody that has a very, very high moral values. Frederick County not playing the East Corona virus restrictions. I have decided to take a pause with three openings so that we can continue to track our number Spread. Your county executive Jan Gardner says today, the average number of new cases daily her 100,000 people has almost doubled since the beginning of September. The rapid growth of new cases is a Concern. So tonight, Frederick County restaurants will not increase indoor capacity from 50 to 75% like their counterparts in other areas of the state. Gardner's working on getting ground to restaurants Goodbye.

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01:50 min | 2 years ago

"jan gardner" Discussed on WTOP

"In Montgomery County as well some of the other jurisdictions around the US have not changed enough in order to make opening safe prince George's county is extending its stay at home order until June first new tonight Charles county has decided to delay stage one re opening for the time being and this just in Frederick County Maryland executive Jan Gardner has announced a modified and modified plan to reopen the county retail shops can't allow curbside pickup and smaller retailers those with less than ten thousand square feet can re open as long as employees and customers wear masks practice social distancing capacity in those places list limited to fifty percent salons may not reopen until later this month Gartner says that provided there isn't a rise in hospitalizations are cases of covert nineteen then salons and barber shops could open may twenty ninth also tonight time to kindly during a brief virtual meeting the Calvert County Board of commissioners decided that the local state of emergency should continue US president I move that we extend the emergency declaration for thirty days has been moved and seconded all in favor K. pop band are right and it was extended with commissioners noting that the declaration won't prevent county businesses from re opening this Maryland gradually re opens its economy the county initially declared that state of emergency back in March it was extended first in April and now for a second time Nick I Nellie WTOP news one more item out of Maryland Ocean City Maryland is lifting the restrictions on short term rentals that went into effect about ninety minutes ago the beaches at Ocean City were partially re opened last weekend Rehoboth beach Delaware will reopen its speech impartial manner this weekend W. T. O. P. at six thirty.

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860AM The Answer

02:34 min | 3 years ago

"jan gardner" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Car maker, tesla building a solar array on top of a landfill and Frederick county. Maryland, the solar panels will generate as much as one point nine megawatts of power. The Frederick news post says that'll be enough to power about ten county buildings. Frederick county. Executive Jan Gardner says the solar facility will increase the county's utilization of renewable energy Gardner. Also says the landfill is the perfect location because the area is generally unusable for other purposes that is correspondent Andrew Stewart. The boom times for the US lobster industry are imperilled this year because of a shortage of a little fish that's been luring in the crustaceans into traps and traps for hundreds of years members of the lobster business fear that a looming bait crisis could disrupt the industry during a time. When lobsters are as plentiful valuable and the demand as ever more on these stories at townhall dot com. This is how I believe. Okay. I'm from the old school. I believe this. I would rather play with ten people and just get penalized. All the way until we got to do something else rather than play with eleven when I know that right now that person is not sold out to be a part of this team. It is more about them than it is about the team cannot play with them cannot win with them cannot coast with them. Can't do it. I want winners following.

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"I'm Michael Philip Kelly and the six eighty WCBS Marilyn news center at the news at eleven thirty leading local officials are expected to support a proposal to create a state board to review the affordability of prescription drugs. Several county executives are expected to endorse the legislation today, including Baltimore County, executive Johnny Eales shelf ski and an Toronto county executive Stuart Pettman along with Howard county executive Calvin ball and Harford county executive Barry Glassman. Frederick county executive Jan Gardner is also expected to support the plan forty nine degrees. I'll have more local news after this. Fox News update. Fox news. I'm Chris foster. The new congress is sworn in today. House Democrats now in the majority planned votes on ending the partial government shutdown with no border wall money. The Geordie leader Mitch McConnell says the Senate won't even consider the bills Democrats are planning to vote on calling the bills a political sideshow and a total nonstarter. The next scheduled meeting involving the president and congressional leaders is scheduled for tomorrow. Fox's John decker at the White House. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders says he was unaware of sexual harassment accusations against staff during his twenty sixteen presidential campaign until after it was over. I was a little bit busy running around the country. Trying to make the case Senator Sanders on CNN apologizes to any women who were treated unfairly and says we'll do better next time. If he runs for president again, the New York Times reports they were unwanted sexual advances on the campaign trail and women being paid less than men. This is Fox News. WBZ news time, it's eleven.

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