Maryland and Virginia are "balanced," according to a new study.
- THE NEIGHBORHOOD FILES
- Ben Gross
Friday, January 11
Since 1993, Atlas Van Lines has compiled and released data on interstate moves from the previous calendar year. In 2012, Washington, DC, saw the highest percentage of inbound migration for the seventh consecutive year, according to a recent Business Insider article. The study found that 63 percent of Washington, DC, moves were inbound, just ahead of North Dakota at 61 percent and North Carolina at 60 percent. In fact, Washington, DC, has seen the most inbound moves over the last 10 years—68 percent, well ahead of Alaska, which was 61 percent and New Mexico at 58 percent. Conversely, Wyoming and Nebraska saw 59 percent outbound migration in 2012, with New York third at 58 percent. Over the past decade, New York and New Jersey saw a 59 …
Some 15 volunteers helped the Reiss family transport their couch, beds, and all with bicycles and bungee cords.
Pedalers from College Park, Greenbelt, and around the area teamed up Sunday to help Anthony and Jess Reiss move to a new home by bicycle. Volunteers piled on beds, a couch, tables and all the accoutrements of daily living on trailers, then set off to prove what could be done. "It's amazing how much you can stack on a steady bike if you get it strapped on securely enough," said Greenbelt bike blogger Jeff Lemieux. But their ambition did have its humorous moments. When one woman got off her bike, the whole thing went up in the air, launched by the coffee table strapped to her trailer, Jeff said. After meeting up at Proteus Bicycles at 1 p.m., it took the bike brigade two to three hours to move the Reiss's from their College Park apartment …