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UPDATED: Water Main Break in Wheaton (PHOTOS)

UPDATED, July 1, 7:30 p.m. – Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission says 2.5 million gallons of water gushed out of a ruptured 16-inch water main Wednesday afternoon in Wheaton. The break along Georgia Avenue was reported...

UPDATED: Black Bear Spotted in Clarksburg and Boyds

UPDATED There are more reports of a black bear roaming around the Upcounty.  On Tuesday, Ken D’Loughy of the Maryland Department of National Resources says a couple of residents reported the black bear in Clarksburg. He...

Guerci to be Sworn in as Student Member of School Board

Eric Guerci, a rising junior at Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School, is scheduled to be sworn in as the 38th Student Member of the Montgomery County Board of Education July 1, at 7 p.m., at the Carver Educational Services Center in...

CCT Update Shows Alignment Changes and Cost Escalation

The Corridor Cities Transitway, a busway from the Shady Grove Metro to Clarksburg, has a new price tag of up to $800 million and a target date to be up and running by 2021, according to planners. Rick Kiegel, Maryland Transit...

Council Approves Bill to Pave Way for New Economic Development Corp.

The Montgomery County Council today approved a bill that will reorganize the county’s Department of Economic Development (DED) into a new nonprofit organization. The reorganization of the county’s economic development...

July Fourth Drivers to Pay Less in Tolls in Maryland

If you are traveling this weekend to celebrate the Fourth of July holiday, it just might cost you less to get there. Starting July 1, cash customers crossing the Chesapeake Bay Bridge eastbound in a two-axle vehicle will now pay...

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Pike's Peak 10K & Kids Fun Run to be held Sunday April 29, 2012
Communities

Autism Speaks 5K Set for July 4th in Potomac

By on July 1
The 15th annual Autism Speaks 5K run and 1-mile walk is set for July 4th in...

Sports

Mid-Week Swim Meet (PHOTOS)

By on July 1
Some call Wednesday hump day. But for those who participate in the Montgomery...

Access Voices

Politics Within Politics

Trainings for the Aspiring Political Operative

By on June 30
Not sure where to get the training, skills, and support you need to become a...

The Journey On

What “Repairing the World” Means to One Riderwood Couple

By on June 30
The Hebrew phrase “Tikkun Olam” translated means “repair the world.”...

Business

Largent’s Restaurant Closes in Kentlands Market Square

By on July 1
Largent’s Restaurant and Bar has closed at 654 Centerpoint Way in...

Government

Longest-Serving MCPD Officer Celebrates 60 Years in the Department (PHOTO)

By on July 1
He attended Bethesda-Chevy Chase High School in 1951. Joined the Army during...

Government

Tax Amnesty Program Runs Until October

By on July 1
Taxpayers, who did not file Maryland tax forms, have from Sept. 1 through Oct....

Business

Christopher’s Hardware Honored as ‘Retailer of the Year’ (VIDEO)

By on July 1
Montgomery County Small Business Awards were announced June 24. The winner of...

Environment

UPDATED: Water Main Break in Wheaton (PHOTOS)

By on July 1
UPDATED, July 1, 7:30 p.m. – Washington Suburban Sanitary Commission says...

Public Safety

Takoma Park Police Officer Indicted on Assault Charges

By on July 1
A Takoma Park police officer was indicted on assault charges on June 30 after a...

Sports

Spirit’s Crystal Dunn Named NWSL Player of the Week

By on July 1
Washington Spirit forward Crystal Dunn was voted the National Women’s Soccer...

Communities

Rockville Accepting Grant Applications

By on July 1
Rockville nonprofits and government agencies can now apply to receive a portion...

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Watch the Latest “21 This Week” (VIDEO)

By on June 30
Susan Heltemes hosts the latest episode of “21 This Week,” which...

Connecting our Community

World Childrens’ Festival (VIDEO)

By on June 30
5th World Children’s Festival, which opens this June 30th at 10 a.m. at The...

Phil Fabrizio

Summer Camp – Getting Ready for the Sidelines

By on June 30
  “I got it” Lauren announced loudly to her new friends gathered...

Magnificence in the Mundane

My Kind of Guy

By on June 28
My sister peered into my son’s face as he lay snuggled in his infant carrier....

At the Workplace

Making Bad Training Investments – or MBTI For Short

By on June 28
Are you an ENTJ?  Good for you!  That’s the best MBTI personality type to...

Girl Scouts in Action

Encampment in Delaware

By on June 28
When three girls of Second Year Junior Troop #3147 went to the beach encampment...

Girl Scouts in Action

2015 Encampment at the Beach

By on June 28
The 2015 Encampment was a well-planned occasion that all troops enjoyed. Like...

Being Brutally Frank

Showing Of My Movie

By on June 28
Please come out to see the showing of my new movie, “Digging A...

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