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Five Things to Know Today, Oct. 20, in Montgomery County

You probably don’t want to leave the house without a jacket and your umbrella today. Here are five more things to know today, Oct. 20, in Montgomery County: 1. The County Executive’s Awards for Excellence in the Arts and Humanities will be handed out tonight at the Montgomery College Cultural Arts Center. 2. The county’s […]

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Rockville City Leaders to Discuss Mansionization on Oct. 20

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The Rockville Mayor and Council are scheduled to discuss “mansionization,” the impact of building or remodeling houses that are much larger than homes in the surrounding neighborhood, at their regularly scheduled meeting on Oct. 20. Other important Mayor and Council agenda items over the next two months include: • Public hearings and work sessions on […]

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Ten Videos You May Have Missed This Week

Here is a look back at 10 videos you may have missed this past week on the MyMCMedia website. 1. The Montgomery County Council at-large candidates forum took place at the studios of Montgomery Community Media (MCM) on Oct. 13. Early voting begins this week, Oct. 23 – 30. 2. The Montgomery County Executive candidates […]

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

It’s going to be a cool day so you may want to bundle up before heading out. Here are five more things to know today, Oct. 19, in Montgomery County: 1. The World of Montgomery Festival takes place today in Wheaton. 2. The Montgomery County Animal Shelter is hosting a free, rabies vaccination clinic today […]

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Jud Ashman on Biggest Difference Between Him and Mayor Katz (VIDEO)

In this MyMCMedia extra, Gaithersburg City Councilmember Jud Ashman notes the biggest difference between him and Mayor Sidney Katz. Ashman is scheduled to be sworn in as the city’s newest mayor on Nov. 10. Related:

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Turnout Expectations on Election Day (VIDEO)

Low voter turnout was the headline following the June 24 Primary Election in Montgomery County. In this MyMCMedia Extra, we asked Journalist Bill Turque of The Washington Post for his thoughts on voter turnout expectations for the Nov. 4 election in Montgomery County. Take a look: Early voting will take place from Oct. 23-30 at […]

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State Trooper Struck by Vehicle Overnight in Montgomery County

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A Maryland state trooper conducting a traffic stop early this morning in Montgomery County was struck by a passing driver, making him the third trooper in less than a month hit on the side of the road while working in the Washington Metro area. Maryland State Police have identified the trooper as Marcus Holland, who […]

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Five Things to Know Today, Oct. 18, in Montgomery County

Here are five things to know today, Oct. 18, in Montgomery County: 1. A school crossing guard was hospitalized this week after she was struck by a vehicle as she was helping students cross the road in a crosswalk in Silver Spring. 2. Montgomery County Council member Nancy Navarro will host an education and workforce […]

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County Executive Leggett on Ebola (VIDEO)

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In this MyMCMedia Extra, County Executive Isiah Leggett is asked about the county’s preparedness for Ebola.  

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Natali Fani-Gonzalez Sworn in As Newest Planning Board Member (PHOTOS)

Natali Fani-Gonzalez was sworn in as the newest member of the Montgomery County Planning Board on Oct. 16. Montgomery County Clerk of the Court Loretta Knight officiated at the ceremony held at the Planning Department’s headquarters in Silver Spring. After the brief ceremony, Fani-Gonzalez took her seat behind the dais to preside with her colleagues […]

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