Lorna Virgili hosts the latest episode of County Report This Week, which begins with a report on the outgoing Montgomery County Council. Take a look:
Thanksgiving is a time of the year when you see a lot of people reaching out to help others with less. It’s important to help people but truly understanding their situation is much harder to do. Here is a story told by outgoing Montgomery County Council member Cherri Branson on her last day at the […]
Susan Kenedy hosts the latest episode of Council in Brief, which includes a report about this week’s farewell tribute for two outgoing Council members.
Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett led a business delegation on a visit to India with the goal to broaden Montgomery County’s reach in biotech, other high-tech areas, and to address culture, education, and economic development. The delegation visited New Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad and returned to the U.S. on Nov. 22. from a trip that lasted […]
Montgomery County government will observe the following holiday schedule for Thanksgiving Day on Thursday, November 27: County Offices – closed Libraries – closed County liquor stores – closed Recreation – all programs and facilities are closed Montgomery Parks — all Parks facilities are closed on Thursday. For operating schedules on Friday, including Brookside Gardens, ice […]
Maryland Governor-elect Larry Hogan announced at a news conference this week in Annapolis that 20 more Marylanders would be joining the Hogan-Rutherford transition team, including former Montgomery County Executive Doug Duncan. Hogan’s personnel review team includes: -Katja Bullock, former Special Assistant to the President for Presidential Personnel for Ronald Reagan and George H. W. Bush […]
As you chomp you that turkey leg, slice up that pumpkin pie and gobble up the Thanksgiving trimmings, take not of what will be open and closed around the county. In Rockville – Rockville City Hall will be closed on Thursday, Nov. 27, and Friday, Nov. 28 in observance of Thanksgiving, and other facilities will […]
In this MyMCMedia Extra Video, Council President Craig Rice is asked what he will miss most about being Council President and if he has any advice for the next Council President. Take a look: Related:
Montgomery County’s Division of Highway Services suspended vacuum collection of leaves in the lower part of the County today and Wednesday to prepare its equipment for the Nov. 26 predicted snow storm. The County Department of Transportation’s Storm Operations Center will be activated early Wednesday morning.
In this MyMCMedia Extra VIDEO, County Council President Craig Rice said he is looking forward to working with Republican Governor-elect Larry Hogan. Transportation is a priority, Rice said at his weekly briefing, as he identified a key project as the widening of I-270. Take a look. Related: