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Rockville’s 53rd Antique and Classic Car Show (Video)

Just call it a blast from the past: the city of Rockville’s Antique and Classic Car Show was recently held at the grounds of the Glenview Mansion. Rockville 11′s Morgan Lash reports. Visit our PEG partner Rockville11...

Celebrating Culture and Diversity at the World of Montgomery (VIDEO)

Thousands of residents turned out for the World of Montgomery Festival in Wheaton held at Westfield Wheaton Plaza Mall parking lot on Oct. 19 from noon to 5 p.m. The festival is known for promoting Montgomery County culturally...

Markoff’s Haunted Forest in Dickerson (VIDEO)

Markoff’s Haunted Forest is open Friday, Saturday and Sunday evenings now through Nov. 1. Visitors may choose from two scary trails, zip-lines, zombie hunts and more if they dare. Take a look: Markoff’s Haunted Forest...

Poolesville’s Scarecrows (PHOTOS)

The town of Poolesville’s community Scarecrow contest is underway. You can vote for your favorite scarecrow on the website of the Western Upper Montgomery County Help, Inc. Here’s a preview of the collection of...

MoCo Police Rescue Deer Stuck in a Gate (VIDEO)

UPDATED In this Montgomery County Police video, watch Sgt. Phillip Chapin of the Montgomery County Police Department’s 2nd district free a deer that was stuck in a residential gate on South Glen Road in Potomac earlier this...

Meet the Kid Cop (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

MCPS-TV has produced a new public safety video that reminds motorists to stop for stopped school buses with flashing lights and extended arms. MyMCMedia’s Sonya Burke takes us behind the scenes of this production and...


Scarecrow Winners in Poolesville

The results are in and three scarecrows scared up the most votes in the Western Upper Montgomery County Help, Inc. Fall Festival Scarecrow building contest in Poolesville. The winners are: Community/Business Organization Category: Cheeky Charlie, by Poolesville Physical Therapy Family/Family Group Category: Good Girls just Want to Have Fun Too, by the Seneca Ward Activity […]

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Five Things to Know Today, Oct. 31 in Montgomery County

Here are five things to know today, Oct. 31, in Montgomery County: 1- The State Board of Education decided to delay making PARCC testing a graduation requirement. 2- It’s Halloween and the kids are off school. Here are some tips to get you through. 3- Check out this list of Halloween events happening today throughout the county. 4- […]

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Weekend Planner, Oct. 31 – Nov. 2 (VIDEO)

Here are some of our weekend picks from the calendar: Friday, October 31 Young children will enjoy the Cabin John’s “Eye Spy” Halloween Train at Cabin John Regional Park from 1 to 8 p.m. (weather permitting) Enjoy a “Spooky” and “Not-So-Spooky” Halloween skating session at Cabin John Ice Rink or Wheaton Ice Arena Otus […]

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Halloween Treat: No School Friday

Trick-or-Treaters will have plenty of time to get into their goblins, ghosts and that-girl-from-the-Frozen-movie costumes on Halloween. There is no school for Montgomery County Public Schools students on Oct. 31. It is a professional day for teachers to prepare for report card distribution, according to the MCPS calendar. Montgomery County Fire Chief Steve Lohr has […]

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Celebrate American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month

The third annual American Indian and Alaska Native Heritage Month Social Powwow is scheduled to take place on Nov. 8 from 4  to 10 p.m. at the Activity Center at Bohrer Park in Gaithersburg. The event is the result of a partnership between the city of Gaithersburg’s Multicultural Affairs Committee and Indian Health Service Headquarters’ Employee’s Association. […]

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Senior Connection Gets New Director

Timothy Shaw is the new executive director for Senior Connections, the organization announced recently. Shaw replaces retiring Executive Director and Founder, Sue Dollins. “I cannot begin to express how pleased I am that the Board of Directors found Timothy,” Dollins said in a release. “His wealth of knowledge, background and personality are what The Senior […]

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Five Things to Know in Montgomery County Today, Oct. 30

Here are five things to know today, Oct. 30, in Montgomery County: 1- Today is the last day of early voting. Find out where you can vote here. 2- Hillary Clinton is expected to visit the University of Maryland today to rally support for Anthony Brown, a Democrat running for governor in Maryland. He talks about  her […]

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Baby Girl Born on the Way to the Hospital in Sandy Spring

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A pregnant woman on the way to the hospital gave birth to a baby girl on the side of the road in Sandy Spring around 8 a.m. today, according to a fire and rescue official. Fire and Rescue Spokesperson Pete Piringer said the woman’s husband called 9-1-1 to report his wife was having serious contractions […]

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Five Things to Know Today, Oct. 29, in Montgomery County

Here are five things to know today, Oct. 29, in Montgomery County: 1. Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett is scheduled to announce the kickoff of Montgomery County’s incubator project at the Universities at Shady Grove today. 2. Montgomery County officials are slated to tour the new Lakelands Park turf field in Gaithersburg. Follow MyMCMedia’s Krista […]

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Heritage Montgomery: Civil War Moment (VIDEO)

Let’s take a look at another Heritage Montgomery Civil War moment. Our last installment told of the destruction of the federal camps and blockhouses along the Potomac by John Singleton Mosby and his raiders in October of 1864. Mosby’s men returned to Montgomery County engaging with some Quakers in Sandy Spring. Here’s Barbara Grunbaum with […]

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