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Pepco Holds Winter Weather Summit (Photos)

Pepco held its Winter Weather Summit today to discuss winter preps and to suggest ways customers can prepare. Pepco wants to remind customers it has payment programs for customers who may be experiencing financial conditions that make it difficult to keep their accounts current during  these cold weather stretches and higher usage periods. Many of […]

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Holiday Recycling Tips (VIDEO)

With the holidays around the corner, Montgomery County officials are reminding residents about the importance of recycling. Lorna Virgili has the story. Visit our PEG partner County Cable Montgomery to view more of its local programming.

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County Has Vacancies on Board in Bethesda, Dickerson and at MCPL

Do you want a say in the future of downtown Bethesda? Do you want to help direct the future of the county’s library system? Do you want to weigh-in on environmental issues in the Dickerson Area? The county has a way for you to do it by applying for one of the following vacancies on a county […]

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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 of significant improvements the company has made to its overall energy performance at the Gaithersburg headquarters facility. MedImmune is the first biotechnology company in […]

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Paper Shredding Event Set for Nov. 15 in Germantown (VIDEO)

The Montgomery County Division of Solid Waste Services offers a service for residents that is both environmentally friendly and secure. On Saturday, Nov. 15 between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., at Northwest High School in Germantown, you can shred and recycle your confidential papers.

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County Looks at Organic Option For Turf Fields (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

Montgomery County officials kicked around a soccer ball on the Lakelands Park organic turf field Wednesday as they kicked around the idea of using organic infill in future turf field projects. The City of Gaithersburg recently opened the field off Main Street, the first organic turf field of its kind in Montgomery County. And now […]

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Meeting Set to Discuss Proposed Cell Tower at Germantown School

A public meeting has been scheduled in Germantown for that community to weigh in on a proposal to put a cell phone tower at Roberto Clemente Middle School. The meeting is scheduled for Nov. 11 at 7 p.m. inside the school’s cafeteria at 18808 Waring Station Road. Feeder elementary school families are invited because a […]

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Bethesda Green Incubator Helped Toss a Salad Dressing Creator into the Business World (VIDEO)

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Dress It UP Dressing is a brand of organic salad dressing created by Sophia Maroon who started her company So Fine Foods with the help of the Bethesda Green incubator. In this MyMCMedia Extra she talks about launching her company.   Related: Related:

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Berliner Talks about Bethesda Green’s Lead in Community Sustainable Efforts (VIDEO)

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County Councilmember Roger Berliner recently attended the Bethesda Green Gala and comments in this MyMCMedia Extra. Related:

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Wood Acres Elementary School in Potomac Wins Award for Green Team (VIDEO)

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Wood Acres Elementary School in Bethesda recently was honored with Bethesda Magazine’s Green Champions Award at the Bethesda Green Gala for their Green Team. PTA Green Team representative Danielle Miller Wagner explains in this MyMCMedia Extra. Related:

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