The Baltimore-based Homeless Persons Representation Project, which serves Montgomery and Prince George’s counties from its office at 1111 Spring St. in Silver Spring, has hired a new executive director, the non-profit organization announced.
The first annual Crossroads Community Food Fair is scheduled for Sunday, May 22 opposite the Takoma Streetery at the intersection of Laurel and Carroll avenues, according to an announcement from the Crossroads Community Food Network.
Ride On bus riders will be able to contribute non-perishable food items as the Department of Transportation’s Ride On food drive joins partners Montgomery County Public Libraries and the Regional Service Centers to benefit Manna Food Center.
Silver Spring nonprofit Montgomery Housing Partnership has raised roughly $583,000 for the victims of the March 3 explosion and fire at the Friendly Garden Apartments on Lyttonsville Road, according to a report from Bethesda Beat.
The County Council yesterday unanimously approved a special appropriation for planning, design, and construction of sewer capacity improvements for the county-owned parcel that formerly housed the Silver Spring Library at 8901 and 8907 Colesville Rd.
Silver Spring nonprofit Montgomery Housing Partnership has raised nearly $500,000 for the victims of the March 3 explosion and fire at the Friendly Garden Apartments on Lyttonsville Road, according to an announcement on MHP’s website.