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CVC-MC Awards Ceremony Recognizes Partnerships and Volunteers (Video)

The Corporate Volunteer Council of Montgomery County held its annual awards luncheon on Nov. 14 at the North Bethesda Marriott where the focus was on partnerships and volunteers. MyMCMedia’s Sonya Burke reports. You can...

Ike Leggett in India (PHOTO)

Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett is interviewed by India media after cutting the ribbon for the new office dedication of a Montgomery County company, Syscom Technologies, Inc., in Hyderabad, India. Joining him are County...

Pulte Homes Files Lawsuit Against County Over Clarksburg

Pulte Home Corporation along with Shiloh Farms Investment filed a lawsuit seeking $86 million in damages and other relief against Montgomery County and the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission Friday in the wake...

MedImmune is First Biotech Facility to Earn Superior Energy Certification

MedImmune, the global biologics research and development arm of AstraZeneca, today announced it has received certification under the U.S. Department of Energy’s (DOE’s) Superior Energy Performance™ (SEP) program as a result...

Two Restaurants Close Doors in Kentlands Market Square

Two Kentlands restaurants- Hakuba and Star Diner- have recently shuttered, as nearby Downtown Crown continues to gain popularity and tenants. This is the second owner to close the 3,795-square foot Star Diner at 705 Center Point...

Montgomery College and Discovery Communications Partnership (VIDEO)

Montgomery College partners with local companies and recently held a panel discussion with Discovery Communications for military veterans. Take a look: Visit our PEG partner MCTV10 (Montgomery College Television program schedule)...

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Montgomery County Announces New Life Sciences Impact Grant Program

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The Montgomery County Department of Economic Development (MCDED) has launched a new program aimed at strengthening the Life Sciences industry within the county. According to a news release, grants of $5,000 to $25,000 will be available to companies to assist in the advancement of business development and product development initiatives. An information session for potential […]

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Lawfirm’s Move Helps Save Thanksgiving for Some in Silver Spring

Master chefs might be cooking up the smoked turkey and chicken expected to be served to hundreds at the Silver Spring Civic Center, but it’s lawyers who are behind the dinner. Hope Restored, Inc. has partnered with several organizations throughout Montgomery County to present a community-sponsored Thanksgiving event this year to be held at the […]

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City Sports Opening on Saturday at Pike & Rose

City Sports, a specialty sporting goods retailer, is opening its newest store on Saturday, Nov. 22 at Pike and Rose, 11600 Old Georgetown Road, and the grand opening celebration includes some gear giveaways. The doors open at 9 a.m. and freebies include: first 100 customers will receive a free City Sports backpack with gifts valued […]

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A New American Cuisine Inspired Restaurant to Open in Silver Spring

All Set Restaurant & Bar, an American cuisine inspired dining place, is set to open in Silver Spring in early spring 2015. Chef Edward Reavis announced on Nov. 19 the new 4,730-square-foot restaurant at 8630 Fenton Street to be a destination that will change the social dining scene in Silver Spring. “The menu will feature […]

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CVC-MC Awards Ceremony Recognizes Partnerships and Volunteers (Video)

The Corporate Volunteer Council of Montgomery County held its annual awards luncheon on Nov. 14 at the North Bethesda Marriott where the focus was on partnerships and volunteers. MyMCMedia’s Sonya Burke reports. You can find out more about the CVC-MC on its website. Photos | Phil Fabrizio

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Crown Unveils Gaithersburg’s 24th Art in Public Space (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

The Crown development unveiled a 750-pound bronze sculpture called “Inner Being” Tuesday, marking the City of Gaithersburg’s 24th piece of public art. Charles Strain created the 8-foot bronze sculpture that is a looping figure on the corner of Fields Road and Decoverly Drive. The artwork is encircled by brick columns. Strain said he used a […]

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Ike Leggett in India (PHOTO)

Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett is interviewed by India media after cutting the ribbon for the new office dedication of a Montgomery County company, Syscom Technologies, Inc., in Hyderabad, India. Joining him are County Councilmember Nancy Floreen, Deputy Director of the Department of Economic Development Sally Sternbach and the CEO of Syscom, Lax Chepuri. You […]

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Pulte Homes Files Lawsuit Against County Over Clarksburg

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Pulte Home Corporation along with Shiloh Farms Investment filed a lawsuit seeking $86 million in damages and other relief against Montgomery County and the Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission Friday in the wake of development restrictions on 541 acres planned for the Ten Mile Creek community in Clarksburg. The lawsuit has to do with […]

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Crown to Dedicate Sculpture

The first piece of public art at Crown, a 182-acre mixed-use community in Gaithersburg is scheduled to be dedicated during a ceremony with the artist and city officials on Nov. 18. Inner Being is a 750-pound bronze sculpture created by Charles Strain, a Missouri-based sculptor whose work explores the fusion of man and nature, according […]

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Tractor Supply Co. Holds Grand Opening in Poolesville

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Tractor Supply Company has announced its grand opening for its newest store at 9610 Fisher St. in Poolesville this weekend. Shoppers will receive 10 percent off their first purchase, up to $100, from Nov. 13-16, and can enter to win prizes including store gift cards, pet feed, clothing, power tools and a 22-ton log splitter, […]

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