Also in today’s News Roundup: Home sales prices climb up and down the Route 1 corridor.
“Prince George’s County is the sixth jurisdiction to join Capital Bikeshare, according to the website.”
“Valerie Ervin, who was the running mate of the late Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz, has been told by the board of elections that the ballots are already printed and it’s too late to change them.”
Bethesda Magazine: Utility regulators approve electric rate decrease
“In the previous two years, the commission approved Pepco rate increases of $52.5 million and $33.9 million respectively after the utility requested more money to upgrade power lines and trim trees and for other infrastructure improvements.”
Diamondback: College Park wants to be a top-20 college town. Here’s how close it is to getting there.
“Some longtime residents have expressed fear that College Park’s historic quaintness will evolve into a louder, busier, more congested area that does not reflect their lifestyles.”
Hyattville Wire: Home sales heat up along Route 1
“Sales prices in the 20782 ZIP Code were up 11.7 percent in the first quarter of 2018 compared to the first quarter of 2017.”