The Montgomery County Animal Services and Adoption Center will fully reopen to the public on Sunday, June 20, officials with the county’s Office of Animal Services announced. During the COVID-19 emergency, while the shelter was closed, OAS continued to operate the MCASAC caring for homeless animals, responding to emergencies and animal complaints.
Detectives from the county police department’s Major Crimes Division are asking for the public’s help to identify a suspect in a June 13 carjacking at a White Oak bus stop. The investigation showed that the suspect stole property from a business in the 10100 block of New Hampshire Avenue at approximately 7 p.m. that day, fleeing on foot.
Levine Music, which operates classrooms and studios on the second floor of the Silver Spring Library at 900 Wayne Ave., announced the appointment of a new president and CEO. Jeffery L. Tribble, Jr., the founding executive director of Washington-area non-profit The MusicianShip, will succeed Peter Jablow, who will retire after 18 years as Levine’s head.