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County Announces Teen Pedestrian Safety Program (VIDEO)

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:

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Local Leaders Announce YOLO Program to Curb Pedestrian Crashes Involving Teens (PHOTOS)

photo of Seneca Valley students signing up to not walk distracted

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 […]

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Deliteful Cooking With The Red Cross (Video)

Ruth DeVoe and Marian Merewitz, Montgomery Community Media volunteer co-producers and co-hosts of Deliteful Cooking, recently welcomed representatives of the American Red Cross in the National Capital Region to the show.

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Silver Spring Jazz Festival 2011 Premieres (Video)

The Silver Spring Jazz Festival 2011 premiered September 24th on The Montgomery Channel 21. Watch the promo.

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Backpack Beat Promo Released (Video)

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.

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MCM Office Renovations (Video)

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 […]

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