PatchCast April 19: High Tide Floods Georgetown Waterfront, Police Investigate Possible Hate Crime, Passover Begins

A round-up of the top stories from our region.

Here's what happened in the towns around you over the last 24 hours - brought to you by our team of editors, reporters, photographers and videographers.

  • : Police are investing several cases of vandalism that happened in Potomac on Sunday evening and Monday morning as possible hate crimes.
  • : A Wheaton resident was one of two men arrested for the first Montgomery County homicide of 2010.
  • : The Washington Harbour complex on the Georgetown Waterfront flooded after heavy rain fall resulted in an unusually high tide late Sunday night.
  • : The Pike's Peek 10K Run & Kids Fun Run brought more than 2,500 runners from around the country to Rockville Pike on Sunday. 
  • : When the sun set last night, Passover began as a week-long, centuries-old tradition that is still celebrated in Jewish homes and communities across the world and here in Maryland.


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