Top 10 for Aug 25-31

With school about to start, it’s not unusual that some of our top stories are from the education beat: increased fines for passing a school bus and mold at Sherwood High. Public safety news includes an update in the Catherine Hoggle case and a bicycle theft. And a piece on Montgomery County sending crews to help the Houston area with Hurricane Harvey.

Map Details Where Maryland Hate Groups Are

Mayor Ashman on Lakeforest Mall: ‘I Hope to See Some Redevelopment’ (VIDEO)

Police Investigate North Potomac Bicycle Theft (VIDEO)

Catherine Hoggle Is Expected Back in Court on Aug. 31 (VIDEO)

The Fine For Passing a Stopped School Bus Has Increased (VIDEO)

County Officials to Unveil Stringtown Road Improvements in Clarksburg on Aug. 31

UPDATED: Gas Leak Repairs Underway on Nebel Street, Road Closures

Updated: Storm Forced Mold Remediation at Sherwood High

Hoggle’s Defense Attorney Files Motion to Dismiss Charges, Hearing Set for Sept. 15 (VIDEO)

Updated: County’s Rescue Crews Sending Help for Hurricane Harvey

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