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February 1, 2017 | Sonya Burke

Leggett Reassures Montgomery County Residents of All Cultures and Faiths in Happy New Year Video

In a video message posted on the Montgomery County YouTube page, Executive Ike Leggett wishes residents a happy Lunar New Year. He is also reassuring residents of all cultures and faiths about life in Montgomery County. “I want to extend my warmest greetings and best wishes for a happy and prosperous year of the rooster,” […]

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May 7, 2016 | Willie James Inman

Take a Bite: Miso Fusion Cafe

If you’re looking for a neat spot to grab a bite to eat. Check this place out. Miso Fusion Cafe, a restaurant that serves Korean and Japanese fusion food, has a trendy vibe and a helpful upbeat staff. After opening earlier this year, Co-owner A.J. Lee says he’s happy to provide a unique experience for […]

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March 25, 2016 | Staff Writer

Educating Asian Americans About Hepatitis B in Montgomery County (VIDEO)

One in every 12 Asian Americans is living with chronic Hepatitis B, according to the CDC. CCM’s Crystal Park reports on what local officials are doing to treat and educate residents about this often symptomless disease. You can find out more about the Asian American Health Initiative, here. Visit our PEG partner County Cable Montgomery […]

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January 13, 2016 | Willie James Inman

Montgomery County Council Celebrates Korean American Day (VIDEO)

The Montgomery County Council proclaimed Jan. 13th as Korean American Day. MyMCMedia’s Willie James Inman reports.

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January 12, 2016 | Willie James Inman

County Council Declares Jan. 13th Korean-American Day (VIDEO)

Korean-American Day commemorates the arrival of the first Korean immigrants to America in Hawaii on January 13, 1903. In this MyMCMedia Extra video, Council President Nancy Floreen presents a proclamation to Korean-American leaders officially recognizing January 13th as Korean-American Day. Related:

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December 14, 2015 | Sonya Burke

BOE Future Vote Program Needs High School Election Judges

The Montgomery County Board of Elections “Future Vote” Program is seeking high school juniors/seniors to serve as paid election judges at polling places for the Presidential Primary Election, which is scheduled on Tuesday, April 26, 2016. In accordance with the Maryland Election Code, individuals serving as election judges must be registered to vote in the […]

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December 7, 2015 | Willie James Inman

One-Third of Montgomery County Residents Were Born Outside the United States (PHOTOS)

In a news conference on Monday, Montgomery County Council President Nancy Floreen stated that one-third of the county’s residents were born outside the United States. Floreen cited a report compiled by the CountyStat office that uses U.S. Census data from 2013. “We had a diversity briefing last week. Our CountyStat people have been looking at […]

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November 11, 2015 | Sonya Burke

Rockville Observes Veterans Day at Veterans Park (PHOTOS)

Rockville Mayor Bridget Newton and other officials honored veterans at a special ceremony on Nov. 11 at Veterans Park. The event included a wreath-laying ceremony and a 21-gun salute by the American Legion Post 86 Honor Guard. Retired Navy Yeoman 3rd Class Roger Langley, a long time Rockville resident, described his experiences serving on the […]

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August 18, 2015 | Aline Barros

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MCPS Publishes a Guideline On Respecting Religious Diversity

Montgomery County Public Schools has published for the first time a set of guidelines on respecting religious diversity. The document, which touches upon absences, clothing, food, and extracurricular activities, was developed in partnership with the Montgomery County Executive’s Faith Community Working Group. “It provides information regarding religious practices and providing accommodation to students,” said Montgomery […]

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February 19, 2015 | Aline Barros

Germantown Named Second Most Diverse City in the Country

Montgomery County is known to be one of the most diverse places in America. Now, WalletHub- a finance website that rates things and places- named Germantown as the second most diverse city in the country. “Yes, the world is coming to us with riches in cuisine, fashion, culture, faith, intellect and socialization,” said Rev. Mansfield “Kasey” Kaseman, interfaith […]

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