Asbestos removal begins this week on the fourth floor at the Montgomery County Council Office Building (COB) at 100 Maryland Avenue. Signs have been posted at the entrances and exits of the building to alert passersby of the asbestos project. Don Scheuerman, a section chief for Montgomery County’s Division of Building Design and Construction, said […]
In an interview this week, Congressman Chris Van Hollen, a Democrat who is running for U.S. Senate, talked about the stakes in the upcoming Presidential General Election and he shared his thoughts about Donald Trump, the Republican candidate for President. “I think Donald Trump would be a danger to the country,” Van Hollen said. Watch […]
They may be small in size but their message was loud and clear: youth in Montgomery County care about local government. Dozens of students of all ages and backgrounds expressed their concerns about the school budget, social inequalities and agriculture at the Youth Town Hall Meeting with the Montgomery County Council in Rockville on Wednesday. […]
UPDATED Montgomery County Executive Ike Leggett today amended his 2017 budget to the County Council to reduce his proposed property tax increase by 46 percent following the announcement by Governor Larry Hogan that he will allow to become law a Maryland General Assembly bill that extends the repayment schedule for counties to comply with the […]
You Only Live Once or YOLO is the theme of a new educational safety campaign in Montgomery County to curb pedestrian collisions involving teens. MCPS-TV reports. Visit our PEG partner MCPS TV to view more of its local programming. Related:
UPDATED- Montgomery County Executive Isiah Leggett, County Council President Craig Rice and Vice President of the Montgomery County Board of Education Patricia O’Neill today announced the launch of a new education program to reduce pedestrian crashes involving teens. Other speakers included: Montgomery County Council members Cherri Branson and Roger Berliner, Seneca Valley High School Principal Marc […]
The Silver Spring Jazz Festival 2011 premiered September 24th on The Montgomery Channel 21. Watch the promo.
The promo video for Backpack Beat, Montgomery Community Media’s backpack journalism program for Montgomery County, has begun airing on the Montgomery Channel 21. Backpack Beat is a showcase for videojournalist pieces produced by Montgomery County high school students who have participated in MCM’s Backpack Journalism Academy.
Montgomery Community Media has made huge strides over this past year and we’re nearing the end of one more big accomplishment, remodeling our offices. Anyone who has stepped foot in our door over the past month is well aware of how busy we’ve been in re-organizing the station. Coming up on twenty-seven years of operation […]