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

Here are the five things you need to know today, Dec. 20 in Montgomery County. 1- The Hoggle family is appealing for donations for a fund used to help search for their two missing toddlers. 2- Did you see Santa ride to bring toys to the children at The Children’s Inn at NIH? Watch it […]

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Rockville House Fire Displaces Eight Residents, Firefighters Rescue Family Dog (PHOTOS)

A house fire at 1001 Paul Drive in Rockville displaced eight people, four adults and four children, and caused $125,000 in damage on Friday night. It happened around 6 p.m. on Dec. 19. Fire and Rescue Services Spokesperson Pete Piringer said a working smoke alarm alerted three occupants to the fire and they escaped safely. […]

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Hoggle Search Fund Out of Money

A fund set up to help in the search for the missing Hoggle children has run out of money and the family is asking the community to replenish it. The amount originally in the  account was about $30,000, according to the Hoggle family. The goal now is to raise another $10,000. The money was used to help print […]

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County Report This Week (VIDEO)

MyMCMedia’s Sonya Burke hosts the latest episode of County Report This Week, which includes reports about Governor-elect Larry Hogan’s recent visit to Montgomery County, the heroin epidemic in Montgomery County, a visit to Montgomery College by two of President Obama’s cabinet secretaries, an award ceremony for some County employees and much more.

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

Here are the five things to know today, Dec. 19 in Montgomery County. 1- A gas leak closed roads and forced some residents from their homes in Silver Spring. 2- Where could you find Santa, a few rabbis, a menorah and Christmas lights under the same roof? Find out here. 3- Looking for something to […]

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Police Need Your Help to Find Missing Silver Spring Woman (PHOTO)

Montgomery County police officers are asking for the public’s assistance in locating a missing Silver Spring woman. According to police, Claire Duffy, age 48, of the 1200 block of East-West Highway in Silver Spring, was last seen in the area of Carroll Avenue in Takoma Park on December 16. Duffy is described by police as […]

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Santa and Chanukah Parades Share Spotlight at Rockville Fire Station (PHOTOS) (VIDEO)

There were a few rabbis, Christmas lights, a menorah and Santa Claus and it was all under one roof and the roof was that of the Rockville Volunteer Fire Department Thursday night.   For the first time, Station 3 out of Rockville hosted the Santa Ride, a parade through the community with Santa on the […]

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Sentencing Postponed in Westfield Mall Road Rage Case

A Potomac man found guilty of a road rage incident that escalated into a double stabbing outside the Westfield Montgomery Mall last year will be sentenced for his crime in January. Montgomery County Circuit Court Judge Cheryl McCally agreed to delay sentencing in the case against David Benjamin Goldberg scheduled for Thursday. It is now […]

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Gas Leak Closes Roadways and Forces Evacuations of Some Homes in Silver Spring

UPDATED Montgomery County police and firefighters were called to the scene of a gas leak on Thayer Avenue between Nolte Avenue and Houston Street in Silver Spring on Dec. 18. According to Montgomery County Fire and Rescue Spokesperson Pete Piringer, a dozen homes were evacuated in the vicinity of the incident before the leak was […]

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SoulCycle to Open Bethesda Studio on Dec. 18 (PHOTOS)

UPDATED Fitness fans take note: SoulCycle, the country’s full-body indoor cycling studio, will open a Bethesda studio next week at 4931 Elm Street. The new Montgomery County location is scheduled to open on Dec. 18 just a few months after SoulCycle opened the doors to its first D.C. area ride at its M Street studio […]

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