Vaccine supply ‘severely limited’ as Maryland logs 149 monkeypox cases
A month-and-a-half after confirming its first case, Maryland has counted 149 cases of monkeypox — and the state says vaccine availability is still limited. [WTOP]

Bethesda high school student starts swim club for low-income kids in Northeast D.C.
Last month, a Bethesda swimming pool was packed with kids getting free swimming lessons. Lindsay Alisbah, a student at Holton-Arms School, started the Washington Jesuit Academy Swim Club as a way to give back. “I was like, ‘Why don’t I just share my love of swimming with them?’” she said. {WTOP]

An autism-friendly outing to see Blue Man Group — without the stares
Julie Mishkin of Potomac had planned for the worst in taking her 13-year-old son Jack, who has autism and is nonspeaking, to see a show at the Kennedy Center in Washington. [Washington Post]

Today’s weather:  Sunny and hot, with a high near 97

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Ben Wu resigns as head of Montgomery County Economic Development Corp.

Two sisters, recent Holton-Arms graduates, killed in New York house fire


Some migrants bused from Texas, Arizona, staying at Montgomery County hotel