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Leggett Presented Patricia Sullivan Leadership Award

County Executive Ike Leggett was recently presented with the 2015 Patricia Sullivan Leadership Award from Potomac Community Resources (PCR) at its annual dinner. Potomac Community Resources, Inc.  promotes the full inclusion...

Maggie Rose Concert Ends with Proposal at Bethesda Blues and Jazz (PHOTOS & VIDEOS)

UPDATED Talk about a love song! The Maggie Rose concert ended with a proposal Saturday night at the Bethesda Blues and Jazz Club. Maggie Rose was about to perform “River Road” with her bass player last night in front...

Obama Attends Basketball Game in College Park Today (PHOTO)

President Barack Obama attended the Princeton vs. University of Wisconsin-Green Bay women’s basketball game in College Park today. According to online reports, President Obama was at the first round NCAA game to cheer on...

Lake Needwood and Little Seneca Lake Are Still Not Ready to Open for Boating and Fishing

Montgomery Parks officials are delaying the opening of Little Seneca Lake in Black Hill Regional Park and Lake Needwood in Rock Creek Regional Park for the second time this season, until March 28th at the soonest. Both lakes...

Wheaton Twirl Team Aims High in World Competition (PHOTOS & VIDEO)

It’s a typical March evening at the Discovery Sports Center in Germantown where every court inside the complex has a pickup basketball game- all expect one court where about 20 baton twirlers are putting the finishing...

First Lady Michelle Obama, MoCo Nonprofit Changing The Story of Mental Health In America (VIDEO)

Know the five signs. That was the message at the kick off of “Changing Direction on Mental Health” campaign where more than forty organizations, including Montgomery County’s Umttr, pledged to change the story about mental...

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Five Things to Know Today, March 27, in Montgomery County

It’s Friday and Montgomery County Public Schools students have the day off! Here are five more things to know today, March 27, in Montgomery County. 1. The Montgomery County Council’s Ad Hoc Committee on Liquor Control meets at 9:30 a.m. today. You can watch the meeting live online or on County Cable Montgomery (Channel 6 […]

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Weekend Planner, March 27 – March 29 (VIDEO)

photo of Lani Hall and Herb Alpert

Here are some of our weekend picks from the MyMCMedia.org calendar: Friday, March 27 Celebrate Latino art and culture at “Express Your Art: Salsa, Son & Sabor” at VisArts Center at Rockville The 9 Songwriter Series appear at AMP by Strathmore in North Bethesda at 7:30 p.m. Bethesda Blues & Jazz Club present Frank Solivan […]

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VITA Tax Day Offers Free Preparation and Tips in Gaithersburg

Residents of Montgomery County earning less than $53,000 a year qualify for free income tax preparation through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program. While appointments are taken at various locations throughout Montgomery County, several agencies are joining together to host Super VITA Tax Day in Gaithersburg, an opportunity for residents to get free tax […]

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Germantown Mom Gives Birth to Baby Boy on I-270 (PHOTOS)

UPDATED Baby Jacob gives new meaning to rush hour. His mom, Amanda Nelson, gave birth to him along Interstate 270 near Shady Grove Road at 3:50 a.m. today, with the help of her husband, Jon, and a 9-1-1 operator. In the excitement of the early morning delivery, her husband missed the exit to the hospital […]

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Five Things to Know Today, March 26 in Montgomery County

Here are your five things to know today, March 26 in Montgomery County. The Lady Terps play in the NCAA regional round March 28. Photographer Phil Fabrizio highlights the win that got them there against Princeton in photos. There’s a job fair today in Silver Spring to provide refugee beneficiaries with an opportunity to become self-sufficient. […]

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Indian Classical Musician to Perform in Gaithersburg

Montgomery County resident Alif Laila is scheduled to perform in Gaithersburg at the Arts Barn on April 4. Laila, a native of Bangladesh, plays India Classical music- a genre she began studying at a young age under the teachings of the master of the Senia Maihar Gharana style. She has performed in concerts internationally and throughout […]

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Five Things to Know Today, March 25 in Montgomery County

Here are your five things to know today, March 25 in Montgomery County. Tonight you get a chance to share your opinion on the future of Montgomery Village. Find out how. You can destress today. Here’s when and where. MCPS students could find out in a matter of days when their summer vacation starts. Did […]

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Public Invited to Meeting on Montgomery Village Master Plan

Montgomery Village is undergoing some big changes and on Wednesday the public has another opportunity to weigh in on them. The Montgomery County Planning Department, part of The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission, invites business owners and residents to discuss the Montgomery Village Master Plan at a meeting on March 25 from 7-9 p.m. […]

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Women’s History Month (PHOTO)

The achievements of women, who compose 52 percent of Montgomery County’s population and represent nearly half of the workforce, were celebrated by the Montgomery County Council on March 24. The Council declared March “Women’s History Month” and urged all residents to reflect on the contributions women have made to the County. At the ceremonies in Rockville were, […]

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Leggett Presented Patricia Sullivan Leadership Award

County Executive Ike Leggett was recently presented with the 2015 Patricia Sullivan Leadership Award from Potomac Community Resources (PCR) at its annual dinner. Potomac Community Resources, Inc.  promotes the full inclusion into community life of teens and adults with developmental differences by providing over 30 therapeutic recreational, social, educational, and respite care programs.

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