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Report: Quarry House to return to old location

SILVER SPRING, Md. (WUSA9) -- A popular Silver Spring restaurant that was heavily damaged during a fire will reportedly return to its original location.

Since the fire at their location on Georgia Avenue and Bonifant Street, Quarry House has operated out of a vacant restaurant space that formerly housed "Piratz".

However, Bethesda Magazine reports that the owner intends to return to the restaurant's original location, possibly as soon as in the next six months.

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2 hurt in Silver Spring crash; New Hampshire Ave closed

SILVER SPRING, Md. (WUSA9) -- At least two people have been transported after a minivan and car collided on New Hampshire Avenue in Silver Spring Monday afternoon, Montgomery County police said. A man still may be trapped in one of the vehicles.

The crash happened at New Hampshire Avenue and Cannon Road in Silver Spring, authorities said. One of the cars overturned. A woman and another person have been transported with trauma injuries and a man is still trapped in one of the vehicles.

New Hampshire Avenue is currently shut down in both directions.

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Majority of repairs finished on Silver Spring water main

SILVER SPRING, Md. (WUSA9) -- The majority of repairs on a 16-inch water main on Colesville Road at Georgia Avenue in Silver Spring have finished, WSSC said.

More work will be done Monday after the concrete has had time to cure. The final paving is expected to start on Tuesday, officials said.

The broken part of the pipe has been replaced and all other utilities have been checked and repaired. Water will start flowing through the new pipe on Monday, WWSC stated in a press release. Residents in the area continue to have access to water from other mains.

WSSC said that two lanes will stay closed throughout most of the day Monday. Other other lane closures will start on Tuesday when final paving is done.

FOUND: 65-year-old Silver Spring man

WASHINGTON (WUSA9) -- Friday, 65-year-old from Silver Spring who has Alzheimer's disease, diabetes and does not speak was located days after he was reported missing.

Ayalew Ishete was last seen Tuesday in the Woodside neighborhood of Silver Spring, police said.

Friday, Montgomery County police say he was found safe and unharmed in Prince George's County police.

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Silver Spring water main repairs continue through Friday

SILVER SPRING, Md. (WUSA9) -- Repairs on a water main break in downtown Silver Spring will continue through Friday, according to WSSC.

There is a complicated utility situation at the 16-inch water main break on Georgia Avenue at Colesville Road, according to WSSC Lyn Riggins. The 76-year-old pipe broke around 3:45 p.m. on Wednesday, officials said.

A survey of the area was done before a contractor for WSCC could start digging. It took crews about 10 hours to fully shut off the water because the valves were located under the water rushing from the break. The water was shut off by 1:45 a.m. Thursday.

Four large, commercial buildings are affected by the break.

One lane can currently get by on northbound Colesville Road, all southbound lanes of Colesville Road are now open. Two lanes of Georgia Avenue are open and all northbound lanes on Georgia Avenue are open, WSSC said in a press release.

Contractors to repair water main break in Silver Spring

SILVER SPRING, Md. (WUSA9) -- Contractors will start making repairs to a 16 inch water main break in downtown Silver Spring Thursday morning, officials said.

The water main break occurred on Georgia Avenue at Colesville Road in Silver Spring, Md. Wednesday.

Officials said the water main was 76 years old.

Five valves were closed to help reduce the water flow. Officials say closing valves is not quick or easy.

The water was not completely shut off Wednesday night, officials said.

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Rapper Shy Glizzy arrested in Silver Spring

SILVER SPRING, Md. (WUSA9) -- A popular rapper was arrested in Silver Spring late Monday night.

Court documents show D.C. native Marquis King, otherwise known as Shy Glizzy, has been charged with disorderly conduct, failure to obey lawful order, obstructing a police officer, riot and resisting arrest.

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In various videos which have spread across social media, King can be seen getting into a disagreement with officers as fans watching scream for the rapper to be released from police custody.