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Gaithersburg to Celebrate Veterans Day with Observance at Concert Pavilion

The entire community is invited to join the City of Gaithersburg for its annual Veterans Day Observance on Tuesday, November 11, 2014, honoring and recognizing all U.S. military personnel who play an important role in safeguarding our nation and our future. The observance takes place at 11 a.m. at the City Hall Concert Pavilion, 31 […]

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Half Day Hoopla at Whole Foods

Whole Foods Market in Kentlands is partnering with the City of Gaithersburg to promote healthy living for elementary schools. On Nov. 11 students registered for Half Day Hoopla will tour the store and participate in a mini cooking class. Departs Brown Station Elementary School and pick up is at Activity Center at Bohrer Park. Parents […]

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Arts Barn: Perry Conticchio Quartet

photo of Perry Conticchio

Catch the irrepressible energy of the Perry Conticchio Quartet! Saxophonist and composer Perry Conticchio offers fresh interpretations of jazz masters Miles Davis, Thelonious Monk, John Coltrane and others as well as Conticchio’s original compositions. The Quartet showcases the band’s mastery of jazz improvisation with dynamic solos and tight musical interactions. Playing through-out the mid-Atlantic from […]

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MCPS Student Town Hall (VIDEO)

Ridgeview Middle School students got a chance to voice their ideas and concerns with Superintendent Joshua Starr and the student member of the Board of Education at the first of four student halls this school year. MCPS-TV has the story. Visit our PEG partner MCPS TV to view more of its local programming.

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City Officials Cheer On Grand Opening of Lakelands Turf Field (PHOTOS) (VIDEO)

It was really something to cheer about Saturday morning when Gaithersburg city officials with the help of cheerleaders and a youth flag football team officially opened the Lakelands Park organic turf field. The park, at 1368 Main Street in the Lakelands community, is the first eco-friendly field installed by a municipal government on the East […]

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Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Set for Lakelands Park

The natural grass at the popular Lakelands Park soccer field has been replaced with synthetic turf, and an official grand opening will be held in celebration. Community users and those involved in the construction will join with City, County and State officials, Lakelands Park Middle School representatives and the Quince Orchard High School cheerleaders in […]

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Ted’s Montana Grill Coming to Downtown Crown (PHOTO)

City officials and others today joined representatives of JBGR Retail for a ribbon cutting at Downtown Crown, where it was announced that Ted Turner’s Ted’s Montana Grill has signed on as the latest restaurant headliner. “We started reviewing plans for Downtown Crown years ago, watched over the past couple of years as it has taken […]

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Emergent Biosolutions Volunteers Tour Project They Helped Build in Gaithersburg (PHOTOS)(VIDEO)

They might be more comfortable with a test tube or a Petri dish but dozens of Emergent BioSolutions employees took to hammers, caulking guns and paint brushes to help build Habitat for Humanity’s newest project in Gaithersburg. The project called Maple Hill off Emory Grove Road includes 19 homes , the largest project in the […]

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Nonprofit in Montgomery County Helps Students Become College Ready (VIDEO)

Being college ready is the only option for members of the I AM College READY, a nonprofit organization with an educational program that mentors minority males with chapters in Gaithersburg High School and Einstein High School in Kensington. I AM College READY, formerly known as B.R.O.T.H.E.R.S, was founded in 1984 by Morris Hudson of Gaithersburg. “Every […]

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Gaithersburg’s Constitution Gardens to Close for Renovations

Gaithersburg’s Constitution Gardens, a municipal park at the intersection of Brookes and Park avenues in Olde Towne, will undergo a complete renovation in the coming months that will force officials to close it from Nov. 3 until spring. The redesigned park will celebrate the past, present and future of Gaithersburg, weaving together threads of sustainability with […]

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