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Rockville is located 21 miles northeast of Washington, DC. Situated in the Piedmont region and crossed by three creeks (Rock Creek, Cabin John Creek, and Watts Branch), Rockville provided an excellent refuge for semi-nomadic Native Americans as early as 8000 BC. By the first millennium BC, a few of these groups had settled down into year-round agricultural communities that exploited the native flora, including sunflowers and marsh elder.

Population: 60734
Local Newspapers: Washington Post Baltimore Sun
Local Sports Teams: Maryland Nighthawks (Premier Basketball League)
Local Colleges: University of Maryland University College Johns Hopkins University (Montgomery County Campus)

Zip Codes associated with rockville, maryland: 20850 20851 20852 20853 20855
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Seafood eatery Slapfish opens first DC-area location, with more to come new

Slapfish, which started life as a West Coast food truck serving boat-to-plate seafood in 2011, is opening one of its fast casual restaurants in Rockville this summer, its first in Maryland. The company, which is based in Huntington Beach, California, plans to open up to 20 locations throughout the Mid-Atlantic, Philadelphia and New Jersey in the next five years.

Global On-the-go Food Packaging Market: 6 Key Insights from Fact.MR...

By the end of 2026, North America will emerge as the largest market for on-the-go food packaging, reaching an estimated valuation of US$ 308 Mn Rockville, MD, Feb. 16, 2018 -- Proactive consumer lifestyles and increasing pace of food preparation methods has driven the demand for packaging on-the-go foods. As the demand for on-the-go foods continues to soar across multiple regions, consumers are demanding innovative packaging solutions.

4 Jazz Shows You Should See This Week: February 15-18

You probably know Ornette Coleman invented free jazz-both the musical concept and, with his landmark 1960 recording, the name thereof. What you may not realize, but should, is that Coleman was in fact one of the foremost melodists that American music has ever seen.

Thousands of service members could lose jobs under new Pentagon policy

ROCKVILLE, Md. -- EPA doled out hundreds of pages on the risks and benefits of neonicotinoid insecticides on Dec. 15 -- an early Christmas "gift" of sorts for farmers.

Fire at Decades-Old Maryland Tavern Caused $500K in Damage

Firefighters say a blaze at a decades-old Maryland tavern in a Washington, D.C. suburb has caused damage costing roughly $500,000. Pete Piringer with Montgomery County Fire & Rescue Service tells WTTG-TV it appears the flames at Hank Dietle's Tavern in Rockville were caused accidentally.

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David A. Lucas has joined the estates & trusts and business and tax practices of Miller, Miller & Canby. He will focus his practice on estate planning, trust and administration, elder law and business law.

Rockville's Iconic Hank Dietle's Tavern Razed by Fire

Hank Dietle's Tavern, a beloved Rockville watering hole that's so old the remnants of a hitching post for horses were still visible on its front porch, has been destroyed by an accidental fire. Authorities tell Fox5 news that the catastrophic blaze, which was first reported at around 3 a.m. on Wednesday, February 14, was mostly likely sparked by "discarded smoking materials."

Federal Judge Opens Inquiry Into Maryland Speed Camera Secrecy

A federal judge will decide whether a Maryland city used excessive fees to discourage release of embarrassing information about its speed camera program in violation of the First Amendment. US District Judge George J. Hazel last week agreed with motorist Eric Wang that discovery was in order to determine whether the city of Rockville denied his freedom of information fee waiver request solely because he intended to use the documents to write an op-ed article opposing speed cameras.

Montgomery Co. fire chief warns against incidents of harassment of custodial staff new

The Technical Rescue Team of the Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Service responded to a partial collapse at Walter Reed on Monday, Jan. 16, 2018. ROCKVILLE, Md.

ISS Buys EVA Dimensions to Bolster Voting Advice for Investors 40 minutes ago

Institutional Shareholder Services Inc. acquired research firm EVA Dimensions LLC to strengthen the advice it gives investors before they vote at public-company meetings on matters including executive compensation and board appointments. EVA's services for measuring corporate performance will help "investment professionals to determine the intrinsic value or risk of portfolio companies," ISS Chief Executive Officer Gary Retelny said Monday in an emailed statement announcing the deal.

Trump should listen to urgent Gaza warning

Alan Elsner, a former Reuters journalist and author, is Vice President for Communications at J Street, a pro-Israel, pro-peace advocacy group. He is the author of four books including two novels.

Longman & Van Grack Wins Appellate Tax Decision Against Maryland Comptroller

Longman & Van Grack attorneys, Adam Van Grack, Robb Longman, and Theodore Kiviat obtained nearly a half a million dollar refund from the Maryland Comptroller. ROCKVILLE, MARYLAND, USA, February 8, 2018 / EINPresswire.com / -- Longman & Van Grack is proud to announce that yesterday the appellate and tax attorney team of Adam Van Grack, Robb Longman, and Theodore Kiviat successfully obtained a decision for their clients which would entitle the clients to a refund from the Maryland Comptroller of nearly half a million dollars.

Digging Into D.C.'s Dirtiest Fast Food Restaurants

Washington City Paper checks with the DC Department of Health about complaints lodged against local fast food restaurants for poor sanitation. Mickey D's tops the list.

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Truck Crashes Through Front of Bakery in Rockville

A pickup truck crashed into a Rockville, Maryland, bakery after sliding on black ice in the shop's parking lot. The silver pickup truck crashed through the front window of Fresh Baguette Bakery on Hungerford Road about 9 a.m. Wednesday.

5 Highlights from Fact.MR's Forecast on Global Vinyl Sidings Market for 2017-2026

According to Fact.MR, the global vinyl sidings market is pegged to register a value CAGR of 4.7% during the forecast period, bringing in global revenues from sales of nearly 45,000 Mn. sq. feet of vinyl sidings by the end of 2026.

Leaders in Vision Science Highlight Benefits of Federally-Funded Research

Rockville, Md. - Leading vision scientists from the U.S. and around the world will gather in Washington, DC on Feb. 9 to discuss federal research funding with members of Congress.

Penn Quarter's Ping Pong Dim Sum Has Closed

On again, off again Asian eatery Ping Pong Dim Sum appears to be done in Penn Quarter. The international chain, which temporarily closed the same location back in 2016, has had chains on the doors since February 3 , and phone calls to the restaurant go straight to a full voicemail.

An independent candidate for Senate in Maryland says 'it's...

Neal Simon, a Potomac businessman launching an independent campaign for the Senate in Maryland today, watched last week's State of the Union in a state of despair. His problem wasn't with what President Donald J. Trump was saying, per se, but the reaction he was getting from the House floor.

Montgomery Co. pushes Metro to end Red Line 'turn-backs' new

The "Grosvenor turn-back" leaves riders headed to or from White Flint, Twinbrook, Rockville or Shady Grove stations cramming onto fewer trains. Montgomery County officials are pressing Metro to restore full service.

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