Area Grocery Stores Open for Business after Snowstorm

The snowstorm has forced offices, businesses and schools around the region to close on Monday. According the National Weather Service, some areas received nearly 30 inches of snow. Some grocery stores in the County closed during the snow storm while others remained open. If you’re running low on food, here’s a list of some of the stores around Montgomery County that are open for business.

Open today from 9am-5pm. Come on in and say hi. Unless we get some other employees who can dig out, its just the same 9 of us. We've all been here since Friday morning, some as early as 3am.

Posted by Chevy Chase Supermarket on Sunday, January 24, 2016

All Giant stores are in Montgomery County are open.









Firefighters Investigate Building Fire in Takoma Park, Road Closures in Area

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Dozens of Montgomery County firefighters are at the scene of a building fire near the intersection of Piney Branch Road and Flower Avenue in Takoma Park. The fire was reported at 5 a.m. in the 8600 block of Flower Avenue on Thursday morning. A fire official said there was smoke throughout the two-story building when […]

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David Petr Headlines Small Business Network Series Jan. 19 (LIVE STREAM)

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Davi Petr is the featured speaker at Thursday, Jan. 19th Small Business Network event at Montgomery Community Media (MCM) studios in Rockville. Petr’s topic is titled, “Connections, Capital and Customers: A New Vision for Economic Development in MoCo.” You may watch his presentation streamed live at 8 a.m., below: David Petr is the first President […]

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Five Things to Know Today, Jan. 19, in Montgomery County

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Here are five things to know today, Jan. 19, in Montgomery County: 1. David Petr, president and CEO of the Montgomery County Economic Development Corp., headlines the Small Business Network event at 8 a.m. at MCM’s studios. You can watch live, here. 2. A rally for increasing the minimum wage to $15 by 2020 is […]

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Residents Explain Why They're Participating in Women's March on Washington (VIDEO)

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Many residents in Montgomery County are getting ready for the Women’s March on Washington,  which takes place the day after the inauguration on Jan. 21. The rally will be held near the intersection of Independence Avenue and Third Street S.W. in Washington D.C. In this MyMCMedia Extra Video, some women from the Women’s Democratic Club of […]

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Criminal Justice Issues Discussed at Annual Legislative Forum in Silver Spring

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Criminal justice reform was the topic of discussion at the Legislative Forum held Wednesday evening in Silver Spring. The annual event, sponsored by Safe Silver Spring, is a chance for residents to hear from their state-elected officials upcoming public safety legislation that will be under consideration by the Maryland General Assembly. The panel this year […]

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Communities Ask for Changes to Proposed Bethesda Downtown Plan in Letter Sent to County Council

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Concerned with the impact the Bethesda Downtown Plan will have on residents, local leaders and community organizations representing roughly 10,000 downtown Bethesda households, submitted a joint letter to the Montgomery County Council on Tuesday, according to a news release. Organized by the Coalition of Bethesda Area Residents (CBAR), the letter highlights residents’ concerns and asks […]

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Leggett Releases His Recommended FY 18 Capital Budget

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Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett has released his recommended Fiscal Year 2018 Capital Budget and amendments to the six-year FY 17-22 Capital Improvements Program (CIP). The budget recommends over $2 billion for education, including $1.73 billion for the Montgomery County Public Schools (MCPS), the highest funding level ever provided, as well as $332 million for […]

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Metro Increases Hours and Trains on Saturday for the Women's March


The Metro is opening two hours early on Saturday because of the Women’s March. Metro CEO and General Manager Paul Wiedefeld announced, today, that the Metrorail system will open at 5 a.m. on Jan. 21, and the system is adding up to two dozen additional trains to accommodate those attending the Women’s March on Washington. […]

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Recreation Department Launches 100 Mile Challenge (VIDEO)

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Are you ready to get up and move? Montgomery County is touting the 100 mile challenge, which begins on Jan. 26. The goal is to participate in 20 minutes of continuous physical activity. The program is self reporting, which means you are accountable for tracking your own miles. The goal is to complete 100 miles, […]

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Connecting Our Community: The Brookeville Beer Farm (VIDEO)

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The craft beer industry continues to grow and become more popular. On this episode of Connecting Our Community host Karen Allyn introduces us to one of  Montgomery County’s newest craft beer providers, The Brookeville Beer Farm. Guests Phil Muth, Co-owner and Kenny Borkmann the head brewer give us a lesson about beer, how they got started and […]

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